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Advertising It Not n Side Inn. It nhnulil hara the precedence of all other (neMInn In the mlnil of the merchant who almi at iucccm. The truly great merchant! owe their tucccti to Judicious AdTcrtitlng, XVII. y NO. 4. u first at the "P Tho management of our business, we aim lx'il&HEST :191 And second at the LOWEST We TDelieve our in both of these directions have ohed a point that cannot be surpassed by our competitors. If you have not seen our latest price list send for it. We 'have an abundant supply of the best quality of wheat and pan fill ORDERS Special promptly. given to ttention EXCHANGE - Ml Every day in the H week. . Respectfully, iRVINGTON .MILLING COMPANY, -- IRVINGTON, KY. Ilk Weather is Very Hot ! RutwQaro making it much wanner TntrQPipulttors .Wo aro nulling goods so cheap itp impossible for anyono to try to compete with lis. Wo are Belling ,Lady' Low s T for only 49 told for $1.00 u 98 1.00 8S i,5o oxUndod ol Jj'i Low j4 " " W " " " " " " 1,75 1.50 2.25 " " vLaJj' tow Mbit'i fine 1.48 " tja'nt ty!ei K'SaM y c'llion's tfO Slippers for only 25c. 15 s only for for only 15c. told for 60c. a 50 u 25 ii snd 60o. boIiI y lOU for ejsv kw I anil 60c. ot lady's vCBta for worth 40c. lit; I A i othing Department Is full of bargains. RS o lot Men's black suits was sold for WW at $2.8!). 13 w v. ' 1 rt w A V A, Una been replenished, every pleco of IjoodH is sold for half price. ' . FRAZIER'S r & . r Diamond AXLE GREASE. 2 Boxes for 5 cents. x If you trado with us you can got moro valuo received for your money. rEO. YEAKEL & CO., BRANDENBURG, KY, iiyLillliiMi Tfc - r.:.v.3l ? jLJ""" miiTuruf uiniKCNl ,VH t!pl tpftt64g4 WAYHF'ft T iri MrM KM Icr. Hmu. Iteh. til DM.. " m't fei 8 U kI lMt. wMt. bad ha t? fVKrlI..r Milt ftVlHAtl (...Mr.., 'A.II.J.. ffl. . . ftllkMrlM, "" k jvu linuui lyi .f . JIUIL M.. MAIL. Ui Ht. jliflge for Siirtfl. whom the ehlcjTulGr was Rurronnacu. wort distinguished by a dignity of mien, belonging to a period when the forms of authority wero felt to possess tho sacredness of divine institutions. By NATIIAHIEL HAWTHOllNE. Thoy wero, doubtless, good men, just a "You must nooJs tw a stranger in this nnd sago. Dut, out of tho whole huregion, friend," answered tho towns- man family, it would not have been man, looking curiously nt tho questioner easy to select tho same nnmbcr of wise and his wmrgo companion, "ulee you and virtuous persons who should Ikj 1cs would surely fiavo beard of Mistress capablo of sitting in judgment on an Hester Pry n no and her evil doings. Slip erring woman's heart and disentangling hath raised u great scuiidul. 1 promise its mesh of good and ovil than tho sage? you, in godly Muster Oiiumcsdalo'e of rigid aspect toward whom Hestei Prynno now turned her face. She seemed church." "You say trnly," replied the other. "1 conscious, indeed, that whatever Rymam a stranger and havo boon a wanderer, j pathy sho might exoct lay in the linger sorely agaitut my will. I havo met with nnd wnnncr heart of tho multitude; for lifted her eyes toward the balcony grievous mi haps by sea aud land, and as sho tho unhappy woman grew pale and havo becu Id. held in tximlx among tho heathen folk to tho southward, nnd am trembled. Tho voico which had called her attennow brought hither by this Indian to be redeemed out of my captivity. Will it tion whs that of the reverend and famous John Wilson, tho eldest clergy ploaso yon.'tliereforo, to tell mo of Hesman of Boston, n great scholar, like ter Prynno'H have 1 her uamo rightly of tlds woman's offenses nnd whut has most of his contemporaries in the profession, and withal a man of kind and brought her to yonder scaffold'" "Truly, fiieud, and methinks it must genial spirit. This last attribute, howgludden your heart, after your troubles ever, hod becu less carefully developed nnd sojourn in tho wilderness," said the than his intellectual gifts, and was, in townsman, "io find yourself at length truth, rather a matter of shame thau in a land whi-riniquity is Bearched out self congratulation with him. There he nnd punishet. in tho sight of rulers and stood, with n border of grizzled locks people, us here in our godly New Eng- beneath his skull cup: while his gray land. Yonder woman, Mr, yon must eyes, accustomed to tho shaded light of know, was tho wife of a certain learned his study, woro winking, liko thoso of nan, English by birth, but who had Hester's infant, in tho unadulterated long dwelt in Amsterdam, whence sunshine. He looked liko the darkly some good hine agono, ho was inindot' engraved portraits which we sco preto cross ovei and cast in his lot with us fixed to old volumes of sermons, nnd of the Massachusetts. To this purpose had no moro right than ono of thane portraits would havo to step forth, as he ho sent his wifo before him, remaining now did, nnd meddlo with a question oi himself to hto. nfter somo necessary Marry, good sir, iu somo two human guilt, passion and anguish. "Hester Prynno," said tho clergyman. years or less, that the woman has beeji a dweller hero in Dwton, no tidings "I havo striven with my young brother hero, under whoso preaching of the havo come of this learned gentleman Master Pryjjuo, aud his young wifo. .word yon have been privileged to sit" Hero Mr. Wilson laid Ids hand u the look you, boiug left to her own mis shoulder of a pale young man guidanco" 1 "I havo "Ah! ulial I conceivo you," said the him. godly-yout- h sought, say, to iwrnuado this" that ho should deal stranger, with a bitter smilo. "So learned a man as you seak of should havo with you hero in tho fiwo of heaven and before theso wiso awl upright rulers and learned this, too, in his books. And in who, by your favor, sir, may bo the fa- thohearing of nil tho iieoplo as touching vilcuess nnd blackness of your sin ther of yonut.r babe it is somo three or Knowing your natural temper bottei four months old, 1 should judge which than I, ho could better judge what arguMistress Prynno is holding in her anus? ments to uso, whether of tenderness or "Of a truth, friend, that matter might prevail over your n riddle; and tho Daniel who terror, such as hardness and obstinacy, insomuch that Bhall expound it is yot you should no longer hide tho name of tho towm r.ian. "Madam Hester to speak, nnd the him who tempted you to this griovous absolutely magistrates havo laid their heads W fall. But ho opposes to mo (with a young man's ovcrsoftness, albeit wise gethor in vain. Peradvcnture, the guilty ono stands looking on at this ad beyond his years) Unit it wero wronging spectacle, um.nowu of man, and forget- tho very natnro of woman to forco her to lay .open her heart's secrets in such ting that God sees him." "Tho leaned man," observed the broad daylight and in the p.rescnco of stranger, with another smile, "should so great a multitude. Truly, as I sought como himseli to look into tho mystery.'" to convinco him, tho shame lay in the "It behooves him well, if ho bo still commission it of tho Bin, and not in the In life, responded tho townsman. showing of forth. What say you to it "Now, good sir, our Massachusetts onco again, Brother Dimmesdalo? Must magistracy, bethinking themselves that it bo thou or I that shall deal with thi this woman is youthful and fair, and poor sinner's soul?" Thero"Avas"a"munnur among ttie dig doubtless was strongly tempted to her nified and reverend occupants of the fall, and that, moreover, 'as is most likely, her husband may bo at tho bot- balcony, nnd Governor Bellingham gavo tom of tho sea, thoy havo not been bold expression to its purport, speaking iu an to put in fureo tho extremity of our nuthoritativo voico, altlKmgh tcmircrcd righteous law against her. Tlw penalty with respect toward tho youthful clergythereof is death. But in their great man whom ho addressed. "Good Master Dimmesdalo," said ho, morcy nnd tenderness of lwart thoy have doomed MsUoss Prynno to stand only n "tho responsibility of this woman's soul space of threo hours on tho platform of lies greatly with you. It behooves you, tho pillory and then and thereafter, for therefore, to exhort her to repentance eonfey.sion as a proof and consetho remainder of her nuturul life, to nnd to wear a mark of shame upon her bosom.' quence thereof." Tho directness of this appeal drow the "A wiso sentence, remarked the stranger, gravely bowing his head. eyes of tho wholo crowd upon tho Rev"Thus sho will bo a living sonnon erend Mr. Dimmesdalo, a young clergyagainst sin until tho ignominious letter man who had como from ono of the bo engraved upon her tombstone. It great English universities, bringing nil irks mo, nevertheless, that tho partnor tho learning of tho nge into our wild of her iniquity should not, at least, stand forest land. His eloquence and religious fervor had already given tho earneat'of on tho scaffold by her sido. Out he will bo known ho will bo known ho will high cminonco in his profession. He was a person of very striking aspect, bo knownl" with .a white, lofty and impending Ho bowed courteously to tho townsman and, whispering brow, large, brown, melancholy oyes, a few words to his Indian attendant, and a mouth which, uidess when ho thoy both mado their way through tho forcibly compressed it, was apt to be tremulous, expressing both nervous sencrowd. sibility and a vast power of self restraint While this passed, Hester Prynno hat! Notwithstanding his high native gifts been standing on her pedestal still with a fixed gaze toward tho stranger; so and scholarliko attainments Vhore was fixed a gazo that at moments of intenso nn air about this young minister an absorption all other objects in tho visi- apprehensive, a startled, a half frightenble world seemed to vanish, leaving only ed look as of a being who felt himself him and her. Such an interview per- quito astray and at a loss in tho pathway haps would have been moio terriblo than of human existence, nnd .could only bo in somo seclusion of his own. oven to meet him as slro now did, with at case tho hot, midday sun burning down upon Therefore, so far as his duties would perher faco and lighting up its shamo;, mit, ho trod in the shadowy bypaths and with tho scarlet token of infamy on her thus kept himself simple and childlike, breast; with tho sin born infant in her coming forth, when occasion was, with and dewy annsj with n whole people, drawn forth a freshness nnd fratrnmco many pcopl as to a festival, staring at tho features purity of thought which, as that should havo been seen only in the said, affected them like tho speech of an quiet gleam of tho fireside, in tho happj angel. Such was tho young man whom tho shadow of a homo or beneath a matron ly veil at church. Dreadful as it was, Rovorond Mr, Wilson nnd the governor had introduced so openly to the public sho was conscious of a shelter in tlw hearing presenco oi thoso thou land witnesses. notice bidding him speak in thewoiuunSj It was bettor to stand thus, with so of all men to that mystery of a many betwixt him and lior, than to greet soul, so sacred oven in its pollution. him faco to faco, thoy two nlono. She Tho trying natnro of his position drovo fled for refugo, as it wero, to tho public' tho blood from his check and mode his oxposuro, and dreaded tho moment when lips tremulous. "Speak to tho woman, my brother, its protection should bo withdrawn from her. Involved in these thoughts, she said Mr. Wilson. "It is of moment to scarcely heard a voice behind her until her soul, nnd therefore, as tho worshipit, hud repeated her name more thau ful governor says momentous to thine once in a loud and solemn touo. audible own, in who) charge hers is. Exhort her to confess-thtruth I" to tho whole multitude Tho Roverend Mr, Dimmendale bent his "Hearken unto mo. Heater Prynno! head in Bilent prayer, as it seemed, aud said tho voice. It has already been noticed that direct- then camo forward. "Hester Prynno," said ho, leaning over ly over the platfonn on which Hester Prynno stood was a kind of balcony or tho balcony and looking down steadfastopen gallery appended to tho meeting ly into Iter eyes, "thou hoarest what this good man says nnd sccst tho accountahouse. It was tho placo whence proclamations woro wont to bo inado, amid bility under which I labor. If thou feel-eit to bo for thy soul's peoco, und that an assemblago of tho magistracy, with all tho ceremonial that attended such thy earthly punisiimcut will thcroby bo publio observances iu thoso days. Hero, mado moro effectunl to salvation, 1 to witness tlio, sceno which wo aro de- chargo tlieo to speak out tho riaruo of thy scribing, eat Governor Bellingham him- follow sinner and fellow sufferer! Bo self, with four sergeants about his chair, not silent from any mistaken pity and bearing halberds, as a. guard of honor, tenderness for him; for, belie vo mo, Hester, though ho wero to step down from Ho woro a dark fcatlior in his hat, a border of cmbrcidory on his cloak and a n high placo and stand thoro beside thee black velvet tunic beneath a gentleman on thy pedestal of shumo, yot better woro advanced Iu years with a hard oxpori-onc- e it so than to hido a guilty heart through written in his wrinkles. Ho was Hfo. What .can thy sllonco do for him, not ill fitted to bo tho head and repre- except it tempt him yea, compel him, sentative of a community which owed its as it wero to add hypocrisy to sin? origin and progress aud' its present state Heaven hath granted thee an open ignoof dovclopin.nt, not to tho impulses of miny, that thereby thou mnyest work youth, but to the stern and tempered en- out an open triumph over tho ovil within ergies of manhood aud the somber sa- thco nnd.the sorrow without. Take heed gacity of ago, accomplishing so much how th,6u donicst to him who perchance precisely because it imagined and hoped hath not tho courage to grasp it for him-sel- f .the bitter but wholesome cup that i so little. The otbr etainent characters, by is now presented to tliy llpa 1" s. lx-si- i st (lrow In rrnfuitlnii, Thoy woro boy and girl together. Liko flowers that grow side by sido without asking why or whereforo, theso two had always been together, laughed and wept together all through tho drearrt lapso of r , ! their childhood. Ono day thoy dallied in a field whero daisies grow. a. f "Which is your favorite- flower, Margie?" asked tho boy. And why not if you can buy it "Why, Harry, don't you know? Tho fr't&W v ivfe rt HALF-PRIC- E ? And you caaS pickod ono as site andaisy;" nnd sho A swered. half-pric- e buy it at if you'll come' 1 x; "And why?" ho queried further. to us. We must sell everyJ or send "Becnuso thoy havo hearts of gold," sho said, "which means that thoy aro heavy weight suic in stock by. i VAX ;h ASij tnto and faithful." And then they talked yi r rave . i .avzwj Sept. 1st. must, because if we do of other things, whilo overhead tho now not, therd'll be no room in our moon silvered in tho sky and colored r -evening came. Soon nfter frorrt tho liturowueu injivirwrt.iixvx tyULitii--ER- 1 tlo cottage on tho hill Mnrgarct heard in which to put Fall Goods tho calling of her namo, and then tho ouixiu r(uu uuuub uro uirouuy in, children said good night and went to dreams which only children know. These go with the rest m this Tho years rolled on nnd brought their great AUGUST SLAUGHTER. changes. Tho lioy nnd girl wero man Snrini? Suits are -All our left-ove- r nnd woman. Tho country was at war. UETt'U.NINO TO TOWN. Tho air reverberated with t)io echoes of nnd buildings. "As editor of The KicKi:it five lots at $3.50, 5l also "In cannonade on Sumter, in which ominous we have been very frank In our criticisms S5.00, $7.50, $10,00 and $12.50, peal of iron thunder ever)' man whoso of the Clinch Valley cowboys. As mayor blood ran young and strong had heard of thN town we liuve wounded thro of former prices $6 to $20. SenJ tho calling of his nnnie. Harry had tlieni r.iul kept tlir crow I on their good he any ot these sums and getthebes' heard his and answered "Here!" nrrd liavlor when tlicy have iomp Into tho city. valuo you ever heard of for yoUj Margaret approved. They wero engaged, It was therefore with afccllngof hesitancy Middled mule lait Sunday nnd yet sho bade hint go. Tiro wedding that we and set our for tho major's. Wo money. But send or come before morning day was fixed, and yet sho bado him go. had proceeded as out ius Turkey Bend, nnd Sept. 1st, if you want to get in Q$l far Oh, woman! how sublimo thou art in were communing with tliu spirit of nature this deal. moments such as theso! Which blood, and loading our K,'M for business when I wonder, will bo thought most sacred about thirty cowboys led by Bill Wheeler, on tho reckoning day tho red blood of who has n standing offer of $100 for men shed amid tho glory nnd tho din of cither of our ears, suddenly hroho cover scrub battlo or woman's tears those colorless from the looking half a inllo away. We for KiibtcrlptloiH among blood drops of the heart shed unseen wero not crowd, neither did, we care to go Into amid tho common places of existence; I! that .. .1... 1...I uiKiiim-iii.un. lt.t....l imjr mi- iiuiiii;m ..1. Which, I wonder, will bo deemed the on tlio lord's day. We decided to Louisville's1 hero, ho who gives iris lifo nnd dies or return to town by the shortest utc. For 6ho who gives her lifo nnd lives? alxiut it mile the crowd was within shootGreatest bulTho night before ho wcrrt Harry camo ing range. We counted heveiity-nl- x to say goodby. It was soft and balmy lets which passed within speaking distance to gain, and a Clothing and tho moon was full, Margaret met of us. We finally mile out town we ucrca him at tho cottage door, and thoy strolled thugang. of All stopped at mile ahead of House, together in tho meadow whero the daisies while woenme into town on the city limits, n gciitlncnnter, grow. Sho picked and gavo him one. and attended church service us usual. Wo "Tako tills," sho said, "and wear it, haven't the slightest complaint to make Harry. Lot it be tho Mizpah of our against the action of the cowboys. It Is separation this littlo flower which wo their busIneM to kill us off If they can, nnd havo loved together sinco our childhood. on the other hand we shall pepper every Lot it bo our emblem in tho faco of one who shown Ids head In town. It was rather a surprise on us, but wo think we death if death needs bo trno to tho did the light tiling iu the right place. last, goldcrr hearted to our country and A I)isArmiNTMi:xT. Tin: Kici'r.n no to ono another. May God bo merciful," sho prayed and rested her head on longer has a horso editor. When the young mat; who has been sporting that title, camo Harry's shoulder. along hero four months ago, fresh from thu He took tho flower, but could not feminine east, he nisurctl ns that ho felt speak. What elso thoy said, what clso himself equal to any emergency. We thoy did, is of tho vagrant clouda could offer him only seven dollars a week, nnd bended treetops. All that wo know but he did not hesitate a moment. All he is that thoy parted on that Btilly night. wanted was a chance to work up. Wo And continues until the first Friday in July 1893. f-rather doubtful of him. Yet no ono saw tho moon grow palor, have always He didn't have the genuine western monor heard tho woodlands Bhudder, nor The following, courses will bo taught : Primary, IntorincrjUJ to right arm in for tho night wind moan: not oven sobs tiongun.his He practiced reaching back day Teacher's, Business, Engineer's Scientific, Classical and Musicals two hours n his wero heard so noiseless is tho breaking for weeks and weeks, but while ho visibly of a human heart, as noiseless nnd un- improved on tliu motion there was always heeded as the falling leaf iu autumn. a certain stiffness alxnit thu shoulder Tho days thoso days which seem as muscles. He was an ngreeablo fellow, PRIMARY, .$1. GO Per Mont years crept on nnd brought their however, and his department was interest" 2.00 " changes, Harry was dead and Mnrgarct ing to nil readers, and wu kept hint along INTERMEDIATE, slowly dying. At first ho wroto each and hoped that hu might somehow squeeze 3.00. " ", OTHER COURSES, - - day, and then less often, nrrd then for through. morning Tuesday whut wo had weeks thoro camo no word at all. At came to pass. Our horso editor feared j. union is pnyauiu jir nuvnncu. jii started last a letter came, and as sho opened it for Lone Tree to look at some fancy stock. a withered dnisy fell upon her lap. Sho On the way over he mot half breed Joo Briff, whom wo onco flung through the read as follows: Hoarding, including fuol and lights, may bo had in privato familicSL "It is tho eve of battlo; tomorrow wo alley window of this office. Joo rightly fight onr first great fight. I shall placo looked upon him as our representative und stopped him on tho highway. Wo from 69 00 to 810 per month. tho daisy which you gavo mo in this letshould have perforated Joseph's carcass ter when comploted, and wear tho letter exactly six times before ho had noxt my heart. If I bo of thoso who two whoops, but our horso editor uttered hadn't stay upon tho field sorno friondly hand, got his hand back before ho was covered, Healthy. People kind and ho"p;' iMc & 1 know, will speed this letter orr its way, lie was then mado to dismount, aud that contixutii. but For information address, leather faced half breed, who hasn't got Sho read no moro. Her hands dropped two Inches of spinal column, disarmed Mr. John Carpenter, of (iood'and, him, spat in his face, rubbed sand in Ids sides; the listlessly at R, Ind., says: "I tried Chamberlain's Motionless her gazed, letter dropped. hair and mndu him sing nnd dance until sho liko ono enColic, Cholera and Diarrheal Remedy, tranced, through tho operr window ho fell exhausted. Hu graciously permitHARDINSBUl for diarrluea and severe cramps and whoro sho sat; sho saw tho field whero ted our representative to return to town wu did not know at tho end of an hour, but pains in tho stomach aud bowels witlt thoy had picked tho daisies in their hlin when ho walked Into tho office. As tho best results. In tho worst cases I childhood tho hold whoro thoy had said soon ns ho had told his story wo mounted never had to givo moro than the third goodby tho field whero thoy should our nurlo and flow out to tho spot, hoping to find tho half breed lingering about. We doso to efTect a cure. In most cases ono never meet again; then suddenly a darkness, as of moonless night, fell on her beat up thu country for two miles around, doso will do. Besides its other good vision and sho swooned away. Then but ho wns not to ho found. As stated nbovo we havo no horso editor qualities it is pleasant to take." 25 and camo tho sickbed, thou tho days of hojx), 401-4- 07 now. Upon returning to tho ofllco wu told 50 cent bottles for sale by A. R. Fisher. of despair, and then sweet death. tho young man ho must go. Ho seemed to fully realize tho situation himself, and Her grave is in tho littlo churchyard wni already packing up. Ho was badly RAYMOND. of tho villugo nnd bears theso words: broken up, and wn felt sorry for him, and wo hereby wish to recommend him to any ; : iiiuu rou licit countiiv. paper east of Kansas or Nebraska which Mr. Sam Stiil'is on the sick list. j MAIK'AUKT MAVKIKbD, j has ii situation open. He is a capital Sunday-schoat this placo has died i writer, but too slow on tho draw for tills AdKti section. In it community whero tho horso out and croquet takes tho day, From I to 500 horse power. Should you chanco that way and wnnt editor defends himself with a club or brass Mrs. Nnlia Argabrlght is visiting lit-to sco tho spot, ask somo ono for tho knuckles he'd bo Invaluable, Wo shall DO GENERAL sister, Mrs. Hardest)', at Sirocco. gravo whero daisies growl Now York wipe out the stain as far as possible, by shooting the half breed at tho first opporTimes. Mrs. Lett Cashman and aunt, Mrs tunity. BUSH Edmonds, visited Mrs. Jnno Basham last "Lato to bed nnd early to rise will week. Dinner Titblo Amonltleib shorten tho road to your home iu the Young Van Sprawl 1 boliovo in be- Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Miss Aught Chappol and brother havo skies," But early to bed and a "Littlo gono to Concordia to spend a few days Early Riser," tho pill that makes lifo ing above board in all that I do. Cano Mills and Evanorators. Lath and Shincrlo Machines. Old Do Gonto Then I wish you would witli relatives. '"M loniter and better tand wiser. Sold by stop kicking mo under tho tablo. Kato Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, Mr. Lincoln Hendry, of Louisville, is, Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard Fiold'a Washington. Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leathor Bolting, spending this week with his uncle, Mr. & Heeler, Ilardinsburg. nun miu vuuu i urjuyu, oimnuig, muigurci, jjiiihb uuuuHf Tho Roumanian has, in ovory walk in Alex Hendry. A Tiny Tlmi'iiliKio. Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, lifo, a fierce and savago prido which Miss Blanche Frymiro and Jabo M. Morqnet, a friar of tlio Florcritlno causes him to abhor tho Idea of modi-cin- e And all kinds of Mill and Machino Supplies. ; Miss Belle Busby, of of Freston and surgery, and to consider tho ordor in Paris, has constructed a perfect Hardinsburp, and Mr. Hubert Brunor, watch only a quarter of art inch In di- loss of a limb aa terriblo as that of life PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory! of Union Star, wero tho gucsto of tho ameter. Boeldes tho two hands seen on itsolf. Corrofpondenco solicited. nil wutches it has a third which marks Misses Hendry Sunday. Nino-tenth-s of tho stuff nsod as bay tho seconds, besides a microscopic dial mm In Now York, and other places as which Indicates tho days, weeks, months well, is not bay mm at all, but n mix-tur- o It is a fixed and immutable law that nnd years. It also contains nrr nlann, of tho essential oil of bay with comto havo good, sound health ono must and on its front lid is nn ingeniously cut i J.G. UOUKNE, J. SI. HARPEH, mon mm or alcohol, havo pure, ricli and abundant blood. lignro of St. Francis. On tho back cover, There is no shortor nor surer routo than by aid of n jiowerful glass, you can distinctly rend two vcrees of tho "To DaBROOKS BOURNE, by a courso of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. Fold by Short & Haynes, Clovorport, and unt." Philadelphia Press. Beard & Beoler, Ilardinsburg. As a general liniment for sprains arrd bruises or for rheumatism, lame back, In tliu Ilimluemi if llovnlutlon. deep seated or muscular pains, ChamTho Englishman imagines that revoluCATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. tion and treason nro serious affaire and berlain's Pain Balm is unrivaled. For salo by A. It. Fisher. clean, cool, must lo conducted with sot teeth nnd gravo faco. Not so tho men of tho BOURBON STOCK YARDS. Only Onti Clean Thine. Latin races. To them revolutions nro When Jones was at Oxford ho was a liko roco meetings, with a certain most excellent fellow, nnd only had one amount of danger added. An EnglishFOR enemy soap. Ho was called Dirty S,! man feels disgraced at tho idea of recurrent rovolution. Not so a Frenchman or Jones. Ono dny tlio wag Drowrr went lAAAyAAAAyAAAAAvAAAAAAAAAAlAAAAlM into his rooms, aud remonstrating with n Spaniard. London Sectator. him on tho untidy, slovenly and dirty which stato of ovory thing, said: Why llu Dflnlrutl u C'unnoii. "Upon my word. Dirty, it'H tooMmd: It is related that nn Indian chief onco thin, approached General Crook and wanted tho only clean thing in your room is the to borrow a cannon. "Do you expect towull" Loudon AAAAAW mo to loan you a cannon with which to T7 in. owe 1 1, kill my soldiers?" tho old veteran Scrofula cannot resist tho purifying OALKJ quired. "Ko," tiro chief replied; "kill of Ayro'H Snrsaparilltv.Told by soldiers with it club; watrt cannon to kill powers s.1 druggists, For Neckwear bco Bubbago's lino. Cjr. Tojiekn Capital, cowboys." '."in yntjin paStor's voice was tremulously sweet, rich, deep and broken The feeling that it so evidently manifested, rather than tho direct purport of tho words, caused It to vibrato within all hearts, and brought tho listeners 'into one accord of sympathy. Even the poor baby at Hester's bottom was affected by tho same Influence, for It directed its hitherto vacant gazo towar 1 Mr. Dimmesdalo aud held up its little arms witlt n half plcin'.cd, half plaintive murmur. So powerful seemed tho minister's nppen I that the peole could not believe but that Hester Prynno would speak out the guilty name, or else that the guilty ono himself, iu whatever high or lowly place he stood, would be drawn forth by an inward und inevitable necessity, nnd compelled to ascend the scaffold. Hester shook her head. "Woman, transgress not lieyond the limits of heaven's mercy!' cried the Roverend Mr. Wilson moro harshly than before. "That littlo babe hath been gifted with a voice to second nnd confirm the counsel which thou hast heard. Speak out the nam-- ! That and thy repentance may avail to take the scarlet letter off thy breast.'' "Never!" replied Hester Prynno, looking not at Mr. Wilson, but into the deep and troubled eyes of the younger clergyman. "It U too deeply branded, Yo cannot take it off. And 'would that I might endure his agony as well as ini'no!" "Speak, woman!" said another voico coldly and sternly, proceeding from the crowd about tho bcafiold. "Speak, and givo your child n father!" "1 will not speak!" unswornl Hester, turning palo as death, but responding to this voico, which sho too surely recognized. "And my child must Beek a heavenly father: sho shall never know nn earthly one!" "Sho will notimoakrintirinurcd Mr. Dimmcsdulc, who, leaning over tho balcony witli his hand upon his heart, had awaited the result of his appeal. He now drow back with a long respiration. "Wondrous strength nnd generosity of a woman's heart! She will not sjeakl" Discerning tho impracticable state of tho poor culprit's mind the elder clergyman, who had carefully prepared liimsclf for tho occasion, addressed to tho multitude it discourso on sin in all its branches, but with continual referencpto tho ignominious letter. So forcibly did ho dwell upon this symbol for tho hour or moro during which his poriods woro rolling over tho iieoplo's heads that it assumed now terrors in their imagination, and seemed to dcrivoits scarlet hue from tho flames of tho infernal pit. Hester Prynno, mcanwhilo, kept h"r placo upon the pedestal of shamo, wifu glazed oyes and an air of weary indifference Sho hud homo that morning aii that naturo could endure, and as was not of tho order that escapes from too intenso suffering by a swoon, her spirit could only shelter itself beneath a stony crust of insensibility, while tho faculties of animal life remained entire. In tlds stato tho voico of tho preacher thundered remorselessly, but unavailingly, upon hor cars. The infant, during the latter portion of her ordeal, pierced tho air witli its wailings and screams; sho strove to hush it, mechanically, but seemed scarcely to sym pathize with its trouble. With tho samo hard demeanor, sho was led back to prison, nnd vauished from tho publio gazo within its iron clumped portal. It was whisporod by thoso who peered after her that tho scarlet letter threw a lurid gleam along the dark passageway of tho interior. UNKNOWN VIio Story of Hit' I) ftlnlt-- TO l HISTORY. Grnvo Where j , Tlia Ktlltor (IctH A way from the Clinch Vnllny Ciwloy. A SiUiriusK Pautv, Irfist week Maj.ir Cowan, the owner of Sunset ranch, over In Clinch Valley, Invited us over to vat Sunday dinner with him ami look over his grounds A ! r - f VTV m WEST Winter Suit In August ..rPixCeXilr5li., iHir iii NSt? MARKET, mh i rfs- .J.J mr.nr.tn-t- rr.nn, S IffMri If i J i - LEVY'S IN TEMPORARY QUARTERS. HARDINSBURG Normal Institute; Opens Sept. 5th, 1892. Ih-c- Tuition. Fees. Board.. - Locaticfn. if P. SHACKLETT, Prin. HARRY GUENTHER & B East Main St., o"V7"EJ3srsBoieo, zzrzrM EZfcTO IIfcTIES; AND si-is- re.. r FOUNDRY MACHINE Bra-shea- r, J Sr AVER'S HARPER, HAIR VIGOR Commission Salesmen of Lv Keeps the scalp healthy. I The Best ressing Restores hair Mass. -- has become faded, or gray. liQ&QQi ,.V -- Tit-Bit- s. tr.J.C.Ayer&Co.. JOHN f Lflhi Bhm KSpr-- " .Ifi-- i1 OialtfMial hawfafcawlliwhMiwi MUfate laat mm' in 'TiS iilf ITf laW faEl I". h BRECKENfttDGE WEDNESQAyAUgUSy NEWS. 17, 1802. The indications nro that Rowo will T. Ditto Spent Sunday nt home. carry this county. Hugh Ditto spent last week nt home. Miss Kate Alsass, of Owensloro, is I NO D. A VIRGIL O. n ABIIAOK, Editors and Jess Mnlin, of Pinovillc, is visiting his visiting Miss Mannio Duncan. Proprietors. The New York Herald is doing n com parents hero. Miss Nannio McCrncken, of Frankfort, mendablc net by establishing ice stations Mr. nnd Mrs. Byerly, of Corydon, Ind., L.,St, Ij.ic'r. Local Tlmo Card. is visiting Miss Minnio Reading. nil over tho city and distributing ice to nro visiting relatives here. 10.01 a.m. Mall and Express going East Frank Lander and wlfo and Mrs. Eliza " West I..1V.44 a.m. tho poor and sick frco of charge. Tho Mr. D. W. Fnirlolgh and fnmily spent &.&T p.m. Kxpreu Eit fundrnisedis near $10,000, and 21,000 Sunday nt W. M. Ditto's. Webb, of Louisville, aro spending nfow West - .4 p.m. peoplo nre supplied weekly. days in Denver, Colo. 11.19 a.m. Bait Locai freight Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. P. Woolfolk nro tho -- 10.05 a.m. Weft Miss L. Francals Trnbuo, nfter n pleas- hnppy parents of n flno boy. ant visit to tho Trnbuo mansion, left for Foun years ngo tho Republican papers Miss Jennio Hurley, of Now Albany, homo at Allcnsvllle Saturday. AMHOTJNCEMENTS. wore nil busy telling tho dear laboring man how n protectivo tnrifT raised thOlr is visiting nt Mr. S. W. Lewis'. Miss Jennio Green, daughter of cx- For Circuit Jitdffo. The Misses Galiill, of Cincinnati, aro Stato Senator Lafo Green, of Falls ol wages. Sinco the passago of tho McKin, to announce T. It. ley bill there hnvo been more thnn 500 visiting at Mr. Bickcrstaff's. of Lellchfield, at a candidate for Rough, returned homo Mondny, after to the office of Circuit indite In thli.tha Miss Mattio Varilln, of Loulsvillo, is visiting Miss Matilo McGregor. the countlei strikes in this country on nccount of n Jlntli Judicial Diitrlct, embraclnif i rilreckcnridgc, Meade, Hardin and Grayson, reduction in wnges, nnd now tho Repub- visiting tho Misses Rawlings. Frank Bulllngton, who has been sta Hiject to ine action oi inc ucuuivruiiw licans are busy explnining how it is tliat Lgust rjin. Miss Ray Merrill, of Louisville, is tho tioned at Columbus, O., has just received tho tariff docs not effect tho wnges nnd guest of Miss Borthn Lewis this week. an honornblo discharge from tho regular ont- re are authorised to announce James county, TIT Mi-narain .L Vfll.a. f..ltlal ,"" .- is not nccountnblo for strikes. Myra Sanders, of Bullitt county, army on account of sickness. Ho re.. Til l Ml l IC 'r'P Uinill IUU?C in ims, U1C rtimii jMivn Irfct, embracing the counties of IreckenrldEC. is visiting Miss Georgia Morcmcn near turned homo Saturday. arcane, Hardin and Grayson, subject to the ac Tho Hancock County Teacher's InstiIt is not expected of Virgo llabbago here. Ion of the Democratic I'nmary, auru" that ho spend nil his timo in Breckcn-ridg- o tute convened hero Tuesday, Aug. 10th, Mr. Wolf and Mr. Mason, of LouisCommonwealth's Attorney. county tagging around after his op- ville visited at Mr. J. W. Lowis' lost with Prof. Jnmpfi McGinnis, of Owens- are authoriUcd toannounce II. T. Kendall ponents, who would lovo to keep him week. boro, as instructor, and Superintendent Com We Hliraliethtown,Inasthiscandidate for a W. Maston in charge. the isintn juuiciai here. Tho people in Breckcnridgo hnvo monwealth's Attorney Miss's Minnie and Allieno Murray, of J. lircckcnrldjrc District, embracing the counties of known him from childhood, and if they . J I am glad to know that the Toblnsport 1...C....C, ..mull. Ullll Cloverport, nre guests of Mrs. Chnpews &on of the Democratic primary, August 7lh. o nro not nlready for him, it is hardly quill pusher lets iter literary (as well as AVnthcn. that ho could convince them thnt her Government) light so shino that, hcr TTc arc authorlrcd to announce Vlrcil G. L. L. Lewis, of Louisville, spent Sunthey should be. The district is n largo Y Uahba(re,of Ilardlnsburp. as a candidate quondam Kentucky friend may know Ninth lor Commonwealth's Attorney In this, the in day hero with his parents, Mr. and Mis. that sho Btill exists. Howdy. Judicial District, embracing tne counucs oi one, and ho leaves his canvass hero irpcKenriuge, aienui', iinruiu uuu t4ju"i tho hnuds of his friends while he attends J. W. Lewis. sublect to the action of the Democratic primary, Jndgo W. T. Owen, candidate for CirCircuit court began Monday nnd alto other parts, just ns his opjionents of A'lguit 7th. Hnrdiu county do while they are gallop- most without a docket; only nbout twon-t- y cuit Judge, and J. E. Rowo and J. G. are authorlicd to announce Weed S. appearances on tho docket, with tho Taylor, candidates for Commonwealths Chrlf. nf Kllzabcthtown. as a candidate for ing over lircckcnridgc. Commonwealth's Attorney in this, the NinthAttornoy, speak hero Thursday, Aug. criminal docket very light. f IKUl uiitrici, emoracing me cimnucs ui ;".veauc, snujiti li, Urayson, llrecKcnnagc anuprimary, Augmt Tho candidates for Circuit Judge nnd 18th nt night, and six other places in the .the action of the Democratic The Republicans meet nt Hardinsburg county besides. N. next Saturday to nominate candidates Commonwealth's Attornoy weroonhnnd in full force, telling tho dear people how It Works Just That Way In Brecken-ridgfor county offices, and the Democrats sVS' Republicans arc opening up the know just ns well what thoy nre going to well they loved them. There nro three John Allison tolls n good joke on Mr. rmicn by holding Grand Army ro do ns if tho convention had already come candidates for each office, and at present ans nil over tho doubtful states, and off. They aro going to try to fuso with it Is a llttlo hard to tell just how the Jas. Poag, of Greenville, nnd ono Mr. Mnthis, n county Third Pnttyito who iio old soldiers nro requested to con- - the 1'eojilo's Party. Thoy will Indorse wind blows the strongest. Oiu Soda-asplant is no longer a niith was formerly a Republican. Sto their little mite to the cainpnign George Stono for Circuit Judge, Tom Whether Mr. tho story is truo or originated in John's jption fund. Cannon for Sheriff, and put out a can- or all talk, but an actual certninty. bordidate of their own for Circuit Court Taylor Hnynes hns the contract for nl- fcrtiio imagination there is n point in it Hint Democrats all over this country tu News la sorry to see me very Clerk. As to who this candidate will be ing four wells for tho company nnd i'sh mnnner in which the candidates the Republicans themselves aro not yet ready hns derricksp nnd tho sound of would do well to considoi. Following is Ircuit Judge aro conducting their decided. There arc about a couplo of the drill will soon bu heard, so hurrah tho conversation. Mr. Poag "Mr. Mathls, why is it that It is not nt men at Cloverport who would lovo for for old Brandenburg ; sho is not dead, fuWass before the people. ? alj In keeping with tho dignity of tho lightening to striko them, some at Har but still liveth, with bright prospects for you have quit tho Republican party nnd ' gono over to tho Third Party? ofu'co to which they aspire. dinsburg and at least one nt Union Star. tho future. Mr. Mnthis "Well sir, I nm just ns Tho convention will bo n smnll nffuir PRESTON good n Republican as I cvdr was, but The Republicans down in the Second nnd tho fusion will bo encouraged only you know it is a man's duty to do the District have nominated Dr. Kimbly as by tho ignorant and highly predjudiced Sow your turnips. best tiling for his pnrty that ho can. n canuiuiuo lor uongress. ui uuurso portion oi tho Rcpnblican party, who Everybody wants n pension. Now out there In my country there nre they will desert him in jXovembcr ,nnd have no particular convictions of their We hnvo a new store in town. fifteen or twenty fool Domocrnts who vote for Putltt, tho own, but are Milling to advocate anycandidate. "( Go to see your neighbors who hnvo will vote the Third Party ticket If two thing that is or three of us Republicans will do tho ripo peaches. Viiwje Baihiahk is not nfrnid to meet MissMollie Pollock was in town this same. Don't you seo if I and two or Deafness Can't be Cured three more voto tho Third Party ticket nthcr of his opponents on the stump, by local applications, as they cannot morning. wo can draw fifteen or twenty Demwcrats find thoy know it. lie is decidedly the reach tho diseased portion of the car. Mr. and Mrs. Gowing have returned tiwny from their party 7 So you seo I est qualified man and the best speaker There is only onu way to cuio deafness, from Tell City. fI tho lot, and whenever they cross his nnd thnt is by constitutional remedies. Mr. John Cashmnu is now n resident can do my party more good by voting tho Third Party ticket than by voting tath ho saws them out nt tho bat. Dcnfness is caused by nn inflamed condiof this town. tho Republican ticket. Don't you seo? tion of tho mucous lining of tho EustacYcstorday wo had a good rain, the first Tho Muhlenlmrger. That was a very handsome and rcvpre- - hian Tubo. When this tube geta inin six weeks. ,' flotitativo body of Cloverporters thnt left flamed you have a rumbling sound or The Louisville Market. 1Wtf.erdny for Old Point Comfort and the Dr. J. 11. Frymiro lias had his residence imperfect hearing, and when it is otitirc-l- y Total salo3 in this market last week Pliifit. licit one of them carried a vitri nowly painted. closed, Deafness is tho result, nnd unfied brick in his Batchel, and nlong with Miss Arry Kroush is at Mrs. Pnris woro 2,571 lilids. against .'1,5 13 hhds. for less the inflammation can be taken out corresponding week of Inst year. Reliiolr lilcasuro seeking thoy will nlso and this tube restored to its normal con- Bnrr's this week. jf.tve an'evo to business. Right. ceipts wero 5,:07 hhds. ngninst 2,072 forMrs. John Shelman nnd children arc dition, hearing will bo destroyed 1 hhds for corresponding week of last year. , ever; nine cases out of ten aro caused visiting Mrs. Tom Barger. Rejections last week wcro Ml hhds. , The reason why some of tho candi inby catarrh, which is nothing but an Tho Misses Kelm visited Miss Lydia ngninst 432 hhds. tho preceding week. dates for Commonwealth's Attornoy are flamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Bruner and sister this week. Of tho total sales last week 1,071 hhds. Baying so much nbout "qualifications" AVe will give Ono Hnudred Dollars for Mrs. Maliala Bruner is in town, the woro Hurley nnd COO hhds. dnrk. luay bo because they arc liko tho sowing any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) Kiiest of hcr daughter, Mrs. Cashman. Tho boom in tho market, noted last lnachinoagcnt,who makes tho weak pdrt thnt wo cannot euro by taking Hall's Mr. Rohheuu Bruner and wife nttended week, is still on, nnd it seems to bo machine strong, by praising thnt Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. rifs tho dance at Mr. Jesse Knott's last week. growing higher nnd stronger. Tuesday Srtfculnr attachment nbovo nil others. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. Como out for a drive or a walk in tho opened out with n lnrgo offering nnd Sold by all Druggists 7oc. park ; it's very much refreshed since tho buyers seemed ready to take it at any Iiien men, aspiring for tho high nnd price. Wednesday's offering was largo tho rain. fifted position of Circuit Juftgo, in albo, but high prices nnd snappish, rapid STEPHENSPORT. Mrs. Joe Bruner wns out to seo her llttlo personalities in their pub bidding kopt up with unnbnted energy. parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Still', who are is speaking instead of discussing sub- Prices wero generally satisfactory to BoiFrank C. Ferry was in town Sunday. on tho sick list. cU In which tho people riro interested, lers and rejections wero Bmall. Tho Isaac went to Cloverport Mrs. Leo Grain nil threshed in this neighbor much neglected, medium red fillers aro kscomathat they nro presuming con- - Monday. hood, Mr. Pnris Birr having the lnrgest fooling tho boom nnd nro selling nt lenst jly upon tho ignornnco of their For fruits and confectioneries go to wheat crop 3S0 bushels. S2 higher thnn thoy wero two weeks irs. Shcllman Bros. Everybody wants to read tho ngo. No trasli is now too mean to bring Mr. J. F. Jenkins is in town this week News. Why not offer a few $5.50 or $0. On Thursday tho opinion jh Scarlet Letter, which is now from Louisville. of your wonderful bricks ns premiums was expressed thnt tho markot had eased Tunning as a sorinl piece in this paper, F. J. Ferry, M. M., of CloverjKrt, was for badly written nnd senseless bits you oft' n little. Part of tho day wns dnrk LsSsbccn dramatized and will bo pre- receive every week. Preston would soon nnd rainy, nnd buyers wcro tired down public for in town Sunday. Intcdto tho thentrc-lovin- g by tho two preceding days' hnrd, hot Miss Annio Bassett, of Cloverport, was capture ore. Mr. K. S. first timo this senson. work and thoy wcro n littlo mora caretllard. tho Encllsh actor, will present in town Sunday. less, porhnps, nt times. Tho mnrket did RAYMOND. 'fthis.country nnd ho will take the I). Babbage, editor of the News, passJ. not show tho snap nnd vigor that was ed up on tho train Sunday. (trader of tho wronged husband. Mrs. Angle Bruner visited her par- apparent on tho two preceding- days, nnd Miss Annio Dowel was tho guest of iter possibly somo hogsheads may hnvo" lost ents Monday. tav. llnbwN' has practically knocked brother, Mr. Leo Dowell last week. n bid or two, but thcro wns no brenk in visMr. Arthur Chappoll, of Custer, is everything doiio by tho Legislnturo Miss Cecil Raleigh, of Louisville, is tho mnrket worth notice Wo ndvnnco iting his father. ti tho past sovon months of its existence. visiting Mr. andJMrs. Roland Smith. quotations on Burloy nil nlong tho lino Tho and pis veto of tho Taxation, Corporation, Mr. John Weiscnbergor, of Cloverpoit, from 50 cents to $3 per hundred. Wo rain hns como at last. ological and Goebel bills came liko a was the guest of Miss Emma Hanks Sunhenr of somo satisfactory private sales of of thunder over tho heads of the day. Miss Tischia Smith was tho guest of dark tobacco, but very llttlo Is offered Hiss Wildiu Stiff last Tuesday. lomucrs oi tnai uouy ami createu n publicly. RovJIl. A. Copossfilled his appointment JyrBcnsation in Frankfort Monday. Mr. Otis and Mr. Elis Stiff made a flyVery full reports from tho growing in tho Baptist church Saturday and Suning trip to Cloverport last Saturday, crop all over tho Stato show tho crop to day. Don't forget tho picnic nt Bruncr's bo in an exceedingly gloomy condition p'iie Republicans mot at Elizabcthtown Miss Dixio E. Perrigo, of Ixmisvillc, Out of all tho reports obtained, only two - is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Jar-rct- t. Spring next Saturday, tho 20th Inst. : Saturday. Every county was repronnjl they hnd quito a harmonious Mrs. Emma Rhodes, of Paynesville, is neighborhoods givo an encouraging report. Witli theso two exceptions, none ktg". For congress, thoy nominated Mr. Ell wood Vick, operator nt shops, expected to visit her sister, Mrs. Mnggie of our correspondents put tho expected of Hartford, Ohio county, Cloverport was tho guest of W. II. Stiles Cashman, Sunday. Barnctt, yiold at nbovo 50 per cent, of a crop. Td for Commonwealth s Attornoy in Saturday. Mrs. Birdie Board, of Holt, nnd Mrp. noNIth Judicinl district thoy nomi- Mr. Huston Stiles is now operator nt Kitto Cox, of Henderson, nro visiting Furmors Homo Journal. nated H. W. Stoy, of Ixjitchfield, Grny-Bo- n tho L., St. L. & T. offico until, 0. O. their mother, Mrs. Head. A WiBe Act. couWy. This is tho man thnt V. G. Health is very good with tho excepLowis returns. Mr. Snmuol T. Johnson, Illto's Run, ibbag will bent in November. Miss Emma and Mr. W. II. English tion of Mrs. Fnnnio Stiff, who has been has taken timo by tho forelock, as it YiSii sick for tho past wcok, but Is now im- woro, nnd mndo n division of a lnrgo wcro in Hardinsburg last week attend.the. JfSwhefl of Messrs. Kendall ing proving. portion of Ids estate among his nntural the Institute. rejust .Saturday night, thoy Miss Wildin Stiff and Miss Nottio heirs. To savo tho oxpenso of adminisMr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Lowis left last week 'coiwtJgwbly about Mr. Babbago's Cashman visited Mr. John Hardest' tration and probably litigation after his my to answer mora, mow for n visit to Bowling Green, Ky., nnd nnd wife, near Gustou, nnd nttended death, ho has divided 310 acres of laud Usls, if Babbago woufd bo Nnshvillo, Tenn. Salem church Saturday nnd Sunday. among tho following persons, who would Miss Lillio Best, of Louisville, who hd by 9m , Inclinations of Kendall Mrs. Laurn Bassett, of Clovorport, who naturally como into possession of it nt VlxviU. mtquiu Keep mm loanng has been visiting relatives hero, return- lias boon visiting hcr parents for tho, pnst ids demiso: Lillard Johnson, Connor tfwrgand Clovorport all ed homo Monday. week returned homo last l'riuny nnd took Johnson, James Johnson, Mrs. Chns. tnoy woro noro lie Misses Nellio and Mat. McGehcc, nnd Miss Katie Hull, with hcr for n Furrow, Mrs. John Jennings, Mrs. Jas. Uhoy claim ns tliolr Miss Ella Hendricks nro tho guests of her sister, Smith and Mrs. Chos. Smart. few weeks' visit. Iwero thoy not 'With Misses Etta nnd Emma English. As commlttemcn to mako n just divisMrs, Berdio Bonrd, Mrs. Mrs. Head, Miss Helen D. Broshcnr, of Louisville, Knto Cox, Mrs. Mnggio Cash man nnd ion of tho property, Jos. Clmnin, L. L. has been in town novel nl weeks, tho daughter, Mlsa Nettlo, spent tho dny nt Waggoner nnd Charles Elder linvo been jblicnns nnd People's guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. J. Nnppcr. chosen. Mr. Johnson reserved tho homo Mrs. Mary Claycomb'a Thursday nnd placo and HO' acres of land for himself, Bion, there is going to Mrs. Ilurvoy P. Adams nnd llttlo partook of nn oxcollont .dinner' which which ho will continue to occupy and In harmonizing it. You Graco Geary, of Clovorport, wero in Mrs. Claycomb nnd Miss Addlo know so Hold ns ins own, Iblican, who is a Rcpub- town Saturday the gucste of relatives well how to proparo, and nil enjoyed tho bo thinks the principles of The Goshen Association. and friends. day very much. party aro right, to vote Tiio Goshon Association will meet Mrs. C. II. Wadlington returned homo with tho Baptist church hero on ThursRepublican, and how from Evausvillo, Ind., Inst week, wlioro day, September 15th, Indew of tho prominenco attained by ften visiting her parents, her Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Clowrport within tho )nst fow yenrs ' ". " brother and BJ3Wti nndfits easy ncccssiblllty, it is likely that hcr 1,omo' tl7 nttendnnco of members will bo largo, Edgar Williams occoniH"?! rtfid that it,will bo visited also by minis"x ; 'ni.isCl'liw. JsUeHi onteruiineu a ters and otners from other associations. mmmi J ThLLavdniLtilO IWh In When BAby waa atcV, w cto her CoatorU. tgfwiCsX " TjiteM. accommodations miouki ana amwmmummmgSjacmMJKnuie m Child, the cried tor Cwtorla, iViJ.,iX Af ! douUtlMwwltl be 'fed J"" M M mo M1m, the clung to With three immenso brick plants turning out vitrified brick al tho rntu of 170,000 per day, Clovorport has something of which sho may justly feel proud. BRANDENBURG. J. HAWESVILLE. OUR PLATFORM ! WmmmmWX''4mWML Mls.a.HliiiiiiiiiiiiiHHi&rSaalHflHa.HLa.H P'Hliiiila.a.liiiHaHa.aBlflEia.Ha.a.V inj( '- We pledge ourselves in favor of Protection of Customers from Overcharge, Adulterations $and Mistatemcnls. Free Trade for cvciy one with the mer chant whodoos most for his customers. Prohibition of monopolistic rings, inflated values and oppressive high prices. WMPJL -- rmmlnWlm'i9mmmm aH MHBBlEjlyPi L' Jim in im Somethin e ( ImJKKm fVnnpf,, h in Men's and Women's KiBHL 'MHBr Bs$Sk iBL9BaaBKBK ('' Buy as you Vote-Intellige- ntly. Fashionable and Stylish ., vml-j- pos-sibl- As candidates for your patronage, we invite an examination' of our business record in support of our claim that we carry the largest stock of S "EL In Calf, Cordovan, Chromo Kid, Kangaroo, Patent Leather. All widths and eizq O e. hLoeI In the City, that our prices ano the lowest. Hats in all Sizes, Stylesaa Seasonable Under h SMART & VAAAVAAAAA j See the'Styles Look ! CLOVERPORT, KYlj ! at the duality VAAAAAAAAA Marvel at the Prices ! NEW AND FREI VEST. - HOT WEAT GOODS JUST RECEIVED AT MICHAEL HAMMA1T, Tho Itcgular and Reliable FURNITURE Is always on DEALER MACHINES, TRIMMINGS, ETC, -- hand with a full stock, including SEWING PICTURE FRAMES, iGwmer & Hamble ALL KINDS AT Oofflns, Burial Caskets, fill A?lfeS5i?cVs8 A Always call on him and ascertain prices before purchasing elsowhoro. Ho means just what ho says. Ho cannot bo undersold. M. HAMMAN, OLOVEM'ORT, KY PANIC PEICE Be Sure and Examine Their VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'VVVVVVVWVVWVVWVVVVVV vvyvvvvvvvvvyvvvvvvvVvvyrvvvAvvNvvvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvlvwvvv Biieck-ENnino- Be Wise while you Live look:! And :m:.a.:d:ej ai CALL AND, SEE OU1 N.J NEW STO use only Best Flour, tjt idioik: ss ADDISON, EY. much-nocde- d hro's., first-clos- a :- bit Tho Pick IJro's linvo bought tho Kentucky Addison Flouring Mill nnd hnvo miller with years of experience. Thoy nio in secured tho services of a first-clamarket for custom nnd merchant work, nnd will guarantee nil work to bo in every respect. -- : CUSTOM WORK A SPECIALTY. - Do you want to make mony ? saved is money made. You can save! by dealing with us. We have sui Moorman & Beeler in business ai deane, selling goods cheaper than e; fore. v -- Tlf PISGAH. Tho much needed rain hns como nt last. M. E. Hnmbleton, JninesBrlcVoy wont frog hunting Inst Friday nnd captured somo nieo ones. Mr. N. V. Gcrhnrt, of Clarksvillo, Tennessee, is boarding nt Mr. O. D. llnmblo-ton'- s nenr tho Tnr Springs drinking tar nnd sulphur wutcr for his health. Died Aug. tho 3rd nt his Homo near Clover creek, Mr. Gabriel Urickoy, of Uri ". A Thanking you for past favors am ing a continuance .of same. We remi Most Kp.Rnnnt.fn v. glende; 4 W. C. MO0RMA v 'A heart disease. Farewell Ilrqtlicr, your race Is mil, Your HTc In Heaven has just begun, You suffered much while you did stay, Now Goil has wiped your tears away. On.pitn.1, sI $7G0,000. ywtl The Tradesmens National OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 201 BROADWAY. OrganUod DR. W. B. WHITE, A SPARKLING DISPLAY. CJover-por- t, Dentist, Of LotilHvlllo, Ky., will bo in Ky., tho 20, 27, 28, 21). nnd 30, of August, 1802, to practice his profession. Decaying teeth treated, filled and saved. Artificial dentures mndo in tho most approved stylo. Artificial crowns of Gold or Porcelain insortcd on natural roots. Prices rensonnblo. Itoonis nt Nnppor'a Hotol. ' 7 Cents. Now Holland Coal delivered Ip houses in Clovorport for 7 cn( unti Terbapi, of all other teutons of tho year, la the best for making ndvar.tagooui or D'JIuy, Thero liJ't much fluctuation In tho value of what a Jevrellor telli, bo- todli- feiuie Jiwelleri bare nothing jnxo of, but Ihore are times when, for a variety of reasons, prices fall off a little, and this U more 'particularly the oaie nhon builneis generally li feeling' tho efleeti of oppressively (.hot weather. You will readily understand I therefore, why Juit now, we aro offering some especially attractive Indueementi In Watches, Clocks, Jowelery and Musical Instrument. llii pur-clos- ai a State Hank 18JS Logan C. Under National Act 16(15. James I Grmniss. Pros't. Hurray, Wm Urn 1 2rj INVJ 81 COKUESrONDENCE INVITED. "VTOTICE. All crsnns wantlnK sand will J.X nlcnsc call on int. ns my sand hunk Is posted MAUY J. MII.l.KU. inp hulls ready HOJI.STK1KS l'or Nctlivrlaud niui AkkIu fumf. And will fell a few hclfcra nf Koyal breed All rcirlftered or entitled to rHrUter. Safc.-Ym- ACCOUNTS Irvingtoa Blaoktmith F. N. D'HUY, Jeweler, OLOVEnPlllT, KY lies. Iiil', K..&K.n.'OGI4KrinY( To the farmore rii1 other ix Ing In the vicinity of, Irvlnx may wWi any thing donin j smitldug lliw, I wish to wiy btHight tho shop ntthlH ) npwi prepnrvd to do nil kit v Wantkd to buy immediati f of firven glnwiiB. , -- ' llofw . mo wnn id Children, Castorla, shfl gye them CaMitria. 111 I., will il.la prMhwUtw' lmMMhMUM a r Septempi s "Will py . --& 600 lbs, $lsp0 pr 'J JMJWjWSb.''W" iJP'k PtE. LLtUtsimesm pRf aiiBr, Tkv.MArdlnska ita, addou WK.Wrt1 w'' 'lit; W. ':iLiri J"j MTMM mMaWBHk BUM l!lin.7-BHMM- fully fk(M V f r Sffi 't - T W'W'W: .. , . :,;kj -- rr"'J .&