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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1892. lnwnm ii"i i'ii'i II, 1 Adrertlilng Ii Not Side liini. It nhuutil have the precedence of all other qmiftllani In the. mind of the merchant who owe their luccets to judirlous icvcrusing. I ikni at unices. The truly groat merchant .. .Jr VOL. XY1I. Sg Tho management of our business, we aim first at tho NO. m mil 13 By NATHANIEL HAWTHOENE. CHAPTER III. THE INTKUVIKW. HIGHEST And Bocond at the LOWEST We believe our in both of directions have these reached a point that cannot bo surpassed by our competitors. If you have not seen bur latest price list send for it. Wo have an abundant supply of the best quality of wheat and can fill Special promptly. attention given to EXCHANGE ORDERS ' Every day in the week. Respectfully, IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY, r IRVINGTON, KY, igraMSSSEKSESE I The Weather is Very Hot I Hut wc nro mnking it much warmer for our competitors .Wo nro Bellini; goods so cheap it's impossible for anyone to try to compete with us. We aro selling I.nw 1. cxtcmlcil sole I.iily'f Low Ituil Lilly' I.ow f H CJ.for O " ' mly 49 yS 1.00 n''l " " " fr ll.ro j " " 50 ,7 j " " fur s " 'i" .s 5v. S"-'- Mlssc'finc S llll'-n-t a n lnf.int Clillitrcn'i nfk tlc JJnlyonly for ,nlJ 1 tC f" l.OU " - s 15c. snlil for " " ami 15c. c, Children's Slippdre for only 25e. sold fur 50 and 00c. ' Ono lot lady's vests for 15 worth 10c. Clothing Department I Is full of hargalnf. Ono Jot Men's black suits was sold for SO.OO going at $2.80. Remnant Counter every piece of goods is sold for half price. lias been replenish-d- , FRAZIER'S Diamond AXLE GREASE. 2 Boxes for 5 cents. , ff i (M-Vr If yon trade with us you can got moie vohio received for your money. Geo. Yeakel & Co , BRANDENBURG, KY. - on re TG piles riLCaSWAYNE'8 ASBOMTTBLY ' ',"'; i '' 'kll OORM. OIhTMEIIT w.r.a bT Mriuhf.Tl? New tiling in writing papers nnd lets at JlabbHgq's. tab- After her return to the prison, Hester Prynno was found to bo in a statu of nervous oxciteiucnt that demanded constant watchfulness, lest sho should violence on herself or do some half frenzied mischief to the twor bubo. As night upproiicliud, It proving Impossible to quell hor Insubordination by robuko or threats of punishment, Master lirackott, tho jailer, thought tit to Intro duco a physician. He described him as 1 a man of skill in all Christian modes or physical science, and likewise timilllar with whatovor tho savage peoplo could teach in respect to medicinal herbs and roots that grow in tho forest. To Bay tho truth, there was much need of professional assistance, not merely for Hester herself, but Btill ninro urgently for tho child; who, drnwing its sustenance from tho maternal bosom, seemed to havo drank in with it nil tho turmoil, tho nnguish and despair which pervaded tlio rnothor'a It now writhed in ccivnlsions of pain, and wat a forciblo typo, in its littlo framo, of the moral ngon which llcslcr Prynno had borno throuihonl tho day. Closely following tho jailor into the dismal npartment nppcared that individual of singular nspect whoso pro enco in tho crowd had boon of nuch deop interest to tho wearer of tho ccnrlct letter, no wan lodged in tho prison, not as suspected of nny offense but ns the moat convenient nno' pnirnblo modo of disposing of him until tho magistrate should havo conferred with tho Indian Bftgamorca respecting his ransom. His namo was nnnour.ccd na Roger Chilling-worth- . Tho jailer nftcr ushering him into tho room remained n moment, nt tho compnrntivo (juiot that followed his cntranco; for Hester Prynr.e had immediately becomo na still as death, although tho child continued to moan. "Prithee, friend, lcavo mo alono with my patient,'" raid tho practitioner. "Trust mo, good jailer, you shall briefly havo pcaco in your houroj and I promise you Mistress Prynno shall hereafter le moro nmcnablo to just authority than you may havo found her heretofore." "Nay, if your worship can accomplish that," nnswercd Master Brnckctt, "1 shall own you for n man of skill indeed! Verily, tho womun hath been liko a possessed ono, and thcro lacks little that I fhouM tako in hand to drive satan out of her with stripes." Tho Mxanger had entered tho room with tho characteristic qnietndo of the profession to which ho announced him-Bel- f as belonging. Nor did hia demeanor change when tho withdrawal of the prison keeper loft him fnco to faco with tho woman, whoso absorbed notico of him in tho crowd had intimated so close a relation between himsolf and her. His first caro was given to tho child, whoso cries, indeed, na sho lay writhing on tho trundlebed, made it of peremptory necessity to postpouo all othei business to tho task of soothing her. He examined tho iufant carefully and then proceeded to unclasp a leathern caso, which ho took from Ixmenth his dress. It appeared to contain medical preparations, ono of which ho uiinglod with a cup of water. "My old studies in alchemy," observed ho, "and my sojourn, for above a year past, nmong a peoplo well versed in the kindly properties of simples havo made n better physician of mo than many that claim tho medical degree Hero, womanl Tho child is yours, sho is none of mine, neithor will sho recognino my voieo 01 aspect as a father's. Administer this draft, therefore, with thino own hand Hester repelled tho offered medicine at tho samo timo gazing with strongly marked apprehension into his faco, "Wouldst thou nvengo thyself on the innocent babe'" whispered bIic "Foolish womanl" refunded the physician, half coldly, half boothingly. "What should nil mo, to harm this misbegotten and misornblo babe? Tht medicine- is Ktent for good; and wero it my child yea, mino own, us well as thino I could do uo better for it." As sho still hesitated, being, in fact. in no reosonablo stato of mind, ho took tho infunt in his arms and himself administered tho draft. It soon proved it ofllcocy and redeemed tho leech's pledge Tho moans or tho littlo patient subsided: its convulsive tossings gradually ceased, nnd in a few momcuts,us is tho custom of young children nftor relief from pairi, it sank into n profound and dowy slumber. Tho physician, as ho had a fuir right to bo termed, next bestowed his attention on tho mother. With calm and intent scrutiny ho felt her pulso, looked into hor oyes n gnzo that miulo her heart shrink and shudder, becauso so familiar nnd yet so strnngo and cold nnd finnlly, satisfied with his investigation, proceeded to mingle another draft. "I know not Lctho nor Nopentho," remarked ho, "but I have learned many now secrets in tho wilderness, and hero is ono of thorn a recipo that an ludinu taught mo in requital of somo lessons of my own that wore as old na Paracelsus. Drink itl It may bo less soothing than a sinless conscience. That I cannot give theo. But it will calm tlw swell nnd heaving of thy passion, liko oil thrown on tho waves of tempestuous sea.'' Ho presented tho cup to Hestor, who received it with a slow, earnest look into his face not precisely a look of fear, yet full of doubt and questioning as to what his purposes might bo. Bho looked also at hor 6lumboring child. "I havo thought of death," Bald slw "havo wished for it would oven havo prayed for ft wero it (It that such as I should pray for anything. Yet if death bo in this cup I bid theo think again ero thou beholdest mo quaff it Scol It ia oven now ut my lips." "Drink, thon," replied ho, still with tho enmo cold composure. "Dost thou know mo so littlo, Hestor Prynno? Aro my purposes wont to bo so shallow? Even if 1 imugino a schemo of vongo anco what could I do bettor for niy. object than to let theo live than to glvo thoe medicines against all harm and peril of life so that this burning sliame bluzo upon thy bosom?" As way-etU- l kt ,"Pfrf Vfhdri hfo lnnr; fflrefly:ya en. tha ier-jictra- te mar-volin- g - eciirlet letter, which forfhwilTi puomctl to scorch into Hester's bieast as if it had been ml hot. He noticed her involuntary 'gesture and smiled. "Live, therefore, and bear about thy doom with thee, in tho eyes of men and women in tho eyes of him whom tliini diilxt call thy husband in the eyes of yonder child! And, that thou umycM live, tako off this drafU Without further oxiiostnlntion or delay Hester Prynno drained the cup. nnd nt tho motion of the man of skill seated herself on tho lied where the child was sleeping, while ho drew tho only chair which tho room uffoulod and took his own seat besido her. 8ho could not but t cmblo at theso preparations, for she felt that having now dono nil Hint Immunity or principlo. or. if so it were, o rofincd cruelty, impelled hlra to do, for tho relief of physical Buffering ho was nost to treat with her m tho man whom sho hnd mo3t deeply and Irreparably in- "It may be," ho replied, "because I will not encounter the dishonor that tho husband of a faithless woman. It may bo for other reasons. Enough, it is my purposo to livo and dio unknown. Let, thcreforo, thy husband lw to tho world ns ono already dead, and of whom no tidings shall over coma. Reeoguizo mo not by word, by sign, by look! Breathe not tho secret, nlwvo all, to tho man thou wottest of. Shonldst thou f nil mo in this, bowaro! His fame, his position, his lifo will bo in my hands. Bewnro!" "1 will keep thy secret as I havo his," j sild Hester. "Swear itl" rejoined ho. I jured. "Hester," cald ho, "1 nok not where-for- o nor how thon linst fallen into tho pit or cay, rather, thou host nscondod to tho pedestal of infamy ,on which I found theo. Tho reason ia not far to seek. It was my folly and thy weakness I, a man of thought, Uio bookworm of groat librario3, a man already in decay, having given my bwit years to feed tho hungry dream of knowledge, what hnd I to do with youth and beauty liko thino own? Misshapen from my birth hour, how could I delude myself with tho Idea that intellectual gifts might veil physical deformity hi n young girl's fantasy? Men call mo wico. If sagos wero over wlao in thoir own behoof I might have foreseen all this. 1 might havo lmown thnt as I camo out of tho vast and dismal forest and entered thissottlcmcntof Christian mon tho very first object to moot my cyoo would bo thysolf, Hester Prynno, standing up, a statuo of ignominy, boforo tho people. Nay, from tho moment when wo camo down tho oil church storm togothor, a married pair, I might havo lxmold tho balofiro of that scarlet letter blazing ut tho end of our path!" "Thon knowest," said Hester for, depressed as sho was, she could not enduro this last qr let smb nt tho token of hor shame "thou knowest that I was frank with tlieo. I felt no love, nor feigned any." "Truo," replied he. "It was my folly! 1 havo said it. But, up to that ejwch of my lifo, I had lived in vain. Tho world hud been so cheerless I My heart was a habitation, largo euongh for many guests, but lonely and chill, nnd without n household firo. 1 longed to kind.u ono! It seemed not bo wild a dream-o- ld as 1 was, and somber as I was, und misshapen as 1 was that tho simplo .bliss, which is scattered far and wide for nil mankind to gather up, might yet bo mino. And so, Hester, 1 drew theo into my heart, into its innermost char-be- r, and sought to warm theo by tlio which thy presenco made warmth there!" "1 havo greatly wronged theo," murmured Hester. "Wo havo wronged each other," nnswercd ho. "Mino was tho first wrong, when 1 betrayed thy budding youth into a false and unnatural relation with my decay. Therefore, as a man who has not thought and philosophized in vain, 1 seek no vengeance, plot no evil against theo. Between theo and mo tho Beale hangs fairly balanced. But Hester the man lives who has wronged us both! Who is her "Ask tno not!" replied Hester Prynno, looking firmly into his face, "That thou shalt never know!" "Never, sayest thou?" rejoined ho, with n smilo of dark and self relying Intelligence. "Novor know him! Bolievomo. Hester, thoro aro few things whethpi in tho outward world or, to n certain depth, in tin .nvisiblospheroof thought-f- ew things hidden from tho man wlio dovotes hiuibolf earnestly nnd unreservedly to Mmi solution of a mystery. Thou mayet-- cover up thy secret from Thou mayest tho prying multitude. conceal it, too, from tho ministers and mngistraUs, oven as thou didst this day, when they sought to vrench the namo out of thy heart and givo theo u partner on thy pedestal. But, as for mo, 1 conio to tho inquest with other senses than tlwy posbehs. I shall 6eck this man, ao I havo sought truth in books; oh I hdvosoughtgold in alchemy. Thoro is a sympathy that will mako me conscious of him. 1 shall 6co him tremble, I bhall feel myself shudder, suddenly anil unawares. Sooner or later, bo must needs bo mino!" The eyes of tho wrinkled scholar glowed so intensely njion her that Heater Prynno clasped her hands over her heart, dreading that ho should read tho secret tlicro at onco. "Thou wilt not reveal his namo? Not tho lo ho is mino," resumed ho, with a look of confidence, as if destiny wero nt ono with him. "Ho bears no letter of infamy wrought into his garment is thou dost; but I shall read it on hia heart. Vet fear not ftr himl Think not that I shall interfere with heaven's own method of retribution, or to my own loss, betray him to tho gripoof human law. Neither do thou imagine that I shall contrive aught against his life: no, nor ugainst Ids fame if, as 1 judge, lw bo a man of fair repnto. Let him live! Let him hide himself in outward honor, if ho may I Not tho less ho shall lio mine!" "Thy acts aro liko mercy," said Hester, bowildered andnppalled. "Butthy words interpret theo as a terror!" "Ono thing, thou that wast my wifo, I would enjoin upon theo," continued tho scholar. "Thou hast kept tho becrot of thy paramour. Keep, likowiso, minol Thoro nro none in this land that know mo. Breathe not to any human soul that thou didnt over call mo husband! Horo, on this wild outskirt of tho earth. I bhall pitch my tent: for. elsewhere a wanderer and isolated from human intercuts, 1 find horo n woman, n man, a child, among whom and myself there exist tho closest ligaments. No matter whether of love or hate; no matter whether of right or wrong! Thon and thino. Hester Prynno, belong to mo. My homo is whoro thou art and where ho is. But betray me not!" "Wherefore dost thou desire iff inquired Hester,' shrinking, sl) hardly know why, from this secret bond. "Why not ttimouuco, thyself openly, and cast mo off atpnee?!' . t And nhe look tho oath. "And now, Mistress Prynnc," naid old Roger Chillingworth, oo ho was horoaf-to-r to bo named, "1 lcavo thoo alono alono with thy infant and tho ucarlot lottcrl How is it. Hestor? Doth thy pontenco bind theo to wear tho token in thy elocp? Art thou not afraid of night mares nnd hidoons dreams?" llusfeneino barlt in fta ilungeon. Wllat Bho compelled herself to bcliovo what , finally sho reasoned upon as her motivo for continuing a resident of Now Englandwas lmlf a truth and half a self dclnsion. Hero, sho said to horself, had boon tho eceno of her guilt, and hero should bo tho eccno of her earthly and so, porchanco, tho torturo of hor dally shamo would at length purgo hor nopl and work out another purity than that which sho liad lost-m- ore salnUiko, becnuso tho result of martyrdom, Hestor Prynno thorcforo did not flee. On tho outskirte of tho town, within tho vorgo of tho ptminsula, but not In closo vlc.lnitvto pnv other habitation, thcro tr NERVOUS DEBILITY cured by the use of 321 WEST MARKET, BET. A Winter Si AVER'S In Aug! And why not if you can b HALF-PRIC- E And yC ? half-pricbuy it at if you'JI or send to us. We musts.eJ heavy weight suic in sfcoi sept. 1st. must, because n not, there'll bo no rooin4l crowded TEMPORARY Qt ERS in which to nut Pallet - -- - -- - aome rau woocts are aireac These go with the rest ii great AUGUST SLAUGI r All our Spring Suit n.f. n.lHn "Tn Tf."fl-o-- : ana r. Int.R . a $5.uo, S7.50, sio.oo $ nrlnoo 8fi fr GlQfVj any ot these sums and gettr value you ever heard of foi money. But send or come Sept. 1st, if you want to ge this deal. e left-ove- Sarsaparilla Tones the system, n n Etmnll 4)intnhn1 nnffnrrfl been built by an earllor settlor doned bocanao tho soil about It was too storilo for cultivation, whilo Ha remoteness put It oat of tho 8phcro of thnt social activity which marked tho habltn of tho emi"Late to bed nnd early to rise will grants. It stood on tiro shore looking shorten the road to your homo in tho across a basin of tho sea at tho forest TtTK Art,y tltrtit vm4lA ki vrtJP 4n. skies," Hut early to bod and n "Little quired Hester, troubled at tho oxprmloiTrrcd hilb. toward tho west. A clump Early Riser," the pill that makes lifo scrnbny ticcs, sucli ns mono crew on of of hb oyos. "Art thou liko tho Block nuu;h conceal lonirer nnd better and wiser. Sold by not Man that haunts tho forest round about tho peninsula, didview, so ns seem to denote Short & 1 lay nes, Clovcrport, and Beard thocottngo from ue? Hnst thou enticed mo into a liond thnt hero was somo object which won! 1 Sc Beeler, Ilardinsburg. that will provo tho rain of my bouI?" nt least ought to lw. fain havo "Not thy bouI," ho answered, with concculod. leen, or little, lonesome dwellIn this He's Been Don Here Raising' Sheol another emtio. "No, not thino!" ing, with somo slender menus that she For Two Weeks. possessed, nnd by tho license of tho magCHAPTER IV. Arthur Hoard, "that bad travclin' man istrates, who still kept nn lnquihitoriul IIESTEIl AT IIEII NEKDIJl watch over her, Hester established her- from Looyvillo," as the barefooted belles nestcr Prynno's term of confinement self with htr infant child. A mystic of Eastern Kentucky call him, is said to was now at an end. Her prison door shadow of suspicion immediately be on the evo of organizing a natural gas was thrown open nnd sho camo forth into itself to tho spot. Children, too tho sunshine, which, falling on nil alike, young to omprehend whercjoro this company. IIo arrived in tho city yesseemed to her sick and morbid heart as woman should bo set out from tho sphere terday after a mysterious absence of sevif meant for no other purposo thnn to of human charities, would creep nigh eral weeks, ostensibly for the purpose of rovenl tho scnrlct letter on her breast enough to lxjhold her plying her needle selling socks, etc, etc. Ho was dusty Porhnps thcro was a moro real torturo at tho cottago window, or standing in ! and g when he blew into tiie In her first unattended footsteps from tho doorway, or lalwring in her littlo Waverly Hotel, and his lynx-lik- e eyes of tho pribon than even in tho threshold garden, or coming forth along tho path- shot mysterious glances. The natural tho procession nnd spectacle that havo way that led townward; and, discerning been described, where 6ho was mado tho tho scarlet letter on her breast, would gas rumor could not bo confirmed, however. I'll wager that many a maiden common infamy, at which all mankind scamper off with a Btraugo, contagious was summoned to point its finger. Then fear. heart, in sylvan shades, by babbling sho was supported by an unnatural tenstreamlets, is now mourning the nbsenco Lonely as was flcster's situation, and o sion of. the nerves and by all tho of Arthur, the hairless idol. Town Talk energy of her character, which without a friend on earth who durcd to in Louisville Commercial. show himsclt, she, howover, incurred no ennblcd her to convert the seeno into a risk of want. Sho possessed an art that kind of lurid triumph. Bright peoplo are tho quickest to rein a It was, moreover, a sejKiratfl and in- sufficed, oven littlo land that afforded cognize a good thing nnd buy it. We scopo for its exercomparatively sulated event, to occur but onco in her cise, to supply food for her thriving in- sell lots of bright people the Littlo Early lifctimo. nnd to meet which, therefore, fant and herself. It was tho art thon ns Risers. If you are not bright these pills reckless of economy, sho might call nj now almost tho only ono within a wom- will make you so. Sold by Short & Ilay-netho vital strength that would havo sufan's grasp of needlework. Sho boro on Clovcrport, and Beard & Beeler ficed for many quiet years. Tho very law that condemned her a giant of hor breast, in tho curiously embroid- Hnrdinshurg. ered letter, a specimen of hor delics.te stern features, but with vigor to support, as well as to annihilate, in his iron nnd imaginative skill, of which the A Relationship Problem dames of a court might gladly have o arm had held her up, through tho availed thcmbclves to add tho richer Two Indies out walking met a gentle- ordeal of her ignominy. But now, with this unattended walk from her and moro spiritual adornment of human leman ; he raised his hat to one, anil the prison door, began tho daily custom; ingenuity to their fabrics of silk nnd other said : "Do you know that gentle- and sho must cither sustain and carry it gold. mnn?" The other lady replied his COXTINUKD. forward by tho ordinary resources of mother was my mother's only child. her naturo or sink beneath it. Sno Tho publishers of the Laii:V 1'ktomai. could no longer borrow from tho future To restore, thickqn, nnd give you a Wkkkly will give an elegant Ciiickku-inci to help her through tho present grief. luxuriant growth of hair, to keen its Piano, valued at fivo hundred dol-arbring its own trial color natural ns in youth, and to remove Tomorrow would to tho first person telling the rewith it; so would tho next day, and so dandruff', use only Hall's Hair Rcnewcr. lationship between tho gentleman and wonld tho next; each its owu trial, and yet tho very samo that was now bo unlady speaking last. An elegant suite of The Delaware Peaches Gone. utterably grievous to bo borno, Pakloii FunNiTiuiK, valued at two hunTho days of tho far off futuro would It is the general opinion of the peach dred dollars, will be given for tho second toil onward, still with tho samo burden growers that not more than correct answer. Ten elegant Gold for her to tako up nnd bear along with of n crop will bo marketed from DelWatciiim (good movement) will be given her, but novor to fling down, for tho accumulating days and added years would aware this year, whilo tho crop of last for eaeli of tho next ten correct answers' pilo up their misery uixm tho heap of year was over 4,000 carloads. Tho pros- and a VALUABLE PRIZE will bo given shame. Throughout them all, giving up pect for at least half a crop was predicted to EVEKY PEKSON that answers this hor individuality, sho would becomo tho in tho early spring, but it has dwindled problem correctly. We nro publishing general symbol nt which tho preacher down to nearly nothing. The frosts nnd the voiy best and handsomest Ladies' and moralist might point and in which cold rains damaged tho peaches so badly Weekly publication for tho prico on tho they might vivify und embody their that most nil foil to tho ground during two continents, it equnls all tho high of woman's frailty und siuful pasJuno crop. priced weekly publications, and our ob sion. Thus tho young and puro would tho A few Hales, Amsdens, nnd Smocks-ea- rly ject in awarding theso prizes is to introbo taught to look at her, with tho scarlet varieties may survive, but thoy duce it into now homes and make per letter flaming on her bi east at her, tho child of houorablo parcuts; nt her, tho nro premature. Thoy nro being shipped manent subscribers. Wo guarantco thnt mother of a babo that would hereafter now, which is about threo weeks earlier every person answering this problem bo n woman; nt her. who had onco been than heretofore. Tho Crawfords nnd correctly will receive a valuable prize innocent as the figure, tho body, the other yellow varieties, which aro tho that will enable us to secure their friends reality of sin. And over hor grave tho are all gono. But thcro as subscribers. Every ono nnswering infamy that sho must carry thither most profitable, is a bright sido to tho present failure must oncloso ono dollar for a six months' would bo her only monument It may seem marvelous that with tho Gov. Reynolds has appointed commis- trinl subscription to tho LADIES' PICworld boforo her kept by no restrictive sioners, whoso duty it is to inspect every TORIAL WEEKLY, which is published clnuso of her condemnation within tho orchard and mark every tree affected by by a perfectly reliable firm. Prizes will limits of the Puritan settlement, bo re- tho ravages of tho "yellows" and oider bo sent promptly nnd just ns represent mote nnd bo obscuro freo to return to tho treo destroyed. It is thought that cd. y Contestants should answer hor birthploco or to any other European which causes premature fruit as date of counts and this adhido her character and the disease land, and will bo exterminated this tcason. Then vertisement appears ull over tho country identity under n now oxtcrior, as completely ns if emerging into another stato everything will bo favorable for a large on tho samo day. Prizes will bo sent of being, nnd having also tho passes of crop next year. Home and Farm. freo of custom's duty. Address LADIES' tho dark, inscrutable forest open to her, PICTORIAL WEEKLY, "II" Toronto, where tho wilducss of her naturo might Mr. John Carpenter, of Good'and Cnuada. assimilate itself with a peoplo whoso '.'I tried Chamborlnin's customs nnd lifo wero alien from tho Ind., says: If dull, spiritless and stupid ; if your law that had condemned her it may Colic, Cholera and Diarrluea Remedy, blood is thick nnd sluggish ; if your for diarrluea and severe crumps and seem marvelous that this woman should is capricious and uncertain, you still cull that placo her homo, whoro, pains in the stomnch nnd bowels with and whero only, sho must needs bo tho tho best results. In tho worst cases I need a Sarsaparilla. For best results tyjw of shame. But thoro is u fatality, never had to givo moro than tho third tako Do Witt's. Sold by Short & Huy-neClovcrport, nnd Beard & Heeler a feeling so irresistible and iuovitablo doso to effect a cure. In most cases ono thut it has tho forco of doom, which alIlardinsburg. Besides its other good most invariably compels human beings doso will do. " - McQUADY to linger around und haunt, ghostliko, qualities it is pleasant to take." -- and tho spot whero somo great and marked 50 cent bottles for sale by A. R. Fisher. Miss Lou McQuady loft Monday for event has given tho color to their lifeLouisvlIIo to bo gono several weeks vistime, and still tho moro irresistibly, tho BEACH FORK. iting her sister. durkor tho tiugo that saddens it Her sin, her ignominy, wero tho roots Mrs. T. F. McCluro nnd littlo daughHealth of thu community good. which sho hud struck into tho soil. It Everything looks prosperous since the ter, Minnie, left Wednesday for Vino as if a now birth, with stronger was Grovo, whero they will visit Mrs. D. S. assimilations than tho first, had con- Into showers. verted tho forest land, still so unconis still in n prosper- Lewis. Tho sunday-schoo- l genial to overy other pilgrim nnd ous condition. Mr. J. W. Wright left Tuesday for his wanderer, into Hester Prynno's wild old homo in Virginia. Miss Annie Patterson has returned nnd dreary but lifelong home. All other Miss Lou Jolly, Miss JunnthnMcClure, scones of eartti oven tJiat villugo of home, after a visit of several days on and Mr. Frank Lyons, of this place, atrural England, whero happy infancy Long Lick. and stainless maidenhood seemed yet to Mr, Eskridge, of Ilardinsburg, came tended tho Institute Inst week. bo in hor mother's keeping, liko garMiss Annlo Lyons returned Sunday ments put off long ago wero foreign to down one night last week nnd found the from Ilardinsburg, whero sho has been Harrison Jk Reid club for tho boys. tier in comparison. Tho chain that visiting her mint, Mrs. Bettlo Miller. bouud her hero was of iron links and Tho Democrats will organizo a ClevePreaching nt tho now Baptist church galling to her inmost soul, but could land & Stovenson club at Mattingly somo novor bo broken. siuio this mouth. Hurrah for Cleveland. at this placo next first Sunday. It might bo, too doubtless it was so, Tho school at this placo which will bo Undo Nat Bricky starts this week for although sho hid tho secret from herVirginia to pay his old homo n visit. Ho taught by Miss Juatitha McCluro will self and grow pale whenever it strugbegin tho last Monday in this month gled out of hor heart, liko a serpent says ho Mill havo ono mora from its holo it might bo that another deer and bear hunt while there. Miss Lonn Jolly will tench tho Jolly feeling kept her within tho scene. and Undo Bill wnntcd to go to tho Harri- school. pathway that hud been bo fatal. Thoro Mr. Frank Lyons has been employed dwelt, there trod tho. feet of ono with son & Reid club, but ho said ho had to whom sho divined herself connected iii carry in tho churn of milk and hurt his to tench at Glondenuo. a union that, unrecognized on earth, b.iek and could not go. Never mind, Born, nn tho 17th inst, to tho wifo of would bring them together before tho Uncle, wo will find it again. Wm. Bull, a boy. Weight, 10 pounds. bar of final judgment nnd muko that their marriage ultur for a joint futurity It is a fixed and immutable lnw that Wo truly bellovo Do Witt's Littlo Over and over of endless retribution. tempter of 6onls had thrust to havo good, sound health ono must Early Risers to bo tho most natural, again tho havo puro, rich und abundant blood. most offectivo, most prompt nnd econothis idea upon Hester's contemplation, There is no shorter nor suror route than mical pill for biliousness, indigestion and and laughed at tho passionate and joy with which sho beized and by n courso of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. inactive liver. Forsido by Short & Hay-nethen strovo to cast it from her. Sho Sold by Short AHayncs, Clovorport, and Clovorport, and Heard A Beeler, barely looked thu Idea? In tho facasil Beard & Beeler, Ilardinsburg. Ilnrdlnsburg. com-porati- Tf tinA and aban- makes the weak strong. will cure Cures Others you. THIRD AND FOURTH NORTH rrr - '"fl SIDE YELLOW tired-lookin- FRONT. iSi com-batlv- LEVY'S IN TEMPORARY QUARTERS. t Louisville Gieafef Clothing House, s, HARDINSBURG Opens Sept. 5th, 1892. . H ter-ribl- Normal Institute And continues until the first Friday in July 18S S 11 r H mi iniona ino lonowing courses win uo inugiit : rrimury, T 1 .... TT Teacher's, Business, Engineer's Scientific, Classical and MusicaC! s, j. PRIMARY, INTERMEDIATE, OTHER COURSES, 1 TV urtioii v.....w. rees. .- a S $l".G0 Tor "v - - - - 2.00 3.00 " Uj """' " i"V" Boarding, including fuel and lights, may bo had in from $0 00 lo $10 per month. Board. i'. private lj im-ag- Healthy. People kind and For imformntion address, Location. "5 HARDINSBURG, ! R. P. SHACKLETT, Wi BI HARRY GUENTHER 401-4- 07 & East Main St., - to-dn- post-mar- k - iBiia iiEsriEs; From I to 600 horse power. DO GENERAL te t VJ FOUNDRY AND I MACHINE ui BUSI , 1 s, Manutacturo iinginos, iiouors, toaw anu unst Mills, i Hvtl nf .1 In Ail l?i.n.niiAiAiii nil. anu CIiimmI A au.ui;uiuub.- -f I frt vjuuu muia niiu juviiliuiuiuiS) uinuiu nl rtUlMnf Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, Steam and Hand Pumps. Gum and Leather Bolting. , Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass .Goo?. Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machino Oil BBL And all kinds of Mill and Machine Suppli flP and all business guaranteed to bo satis Corrcspondonco solicited. 3 CQf-rRIC- GIYS J.O. BOUUNE, TJS .A. OLLXj? !Lj jf? i . Nft J. M. HAUPEll, iiki : BOURNE, HARPERr-BRO- O Commission Salesmen of CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEI BOURBON STOCK YARDS. FOR fN&Qi grs&-aassggc&g--gs-gBg- t l$$lt pr qdp "- t des-pora- to s, GALL ON JOHN D. BABBAGE, " 3- VI r . - JRECKENRIDGE NEWS. rEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1802. .D . VIRGIL. O. nAnDAGK, Editors nd Votk for V. G. Babbago for Commonwealth's Attomoy in tho primary next Saturday. SnxATon JUBDIISBOBfi OOINO DEPARTMEHL L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. Carlisle's great tariff speech, Proprietor!. fell L.,St. Ij, VfcT. Local Tlmo Card. ceH nd Kzpreu going East Wast Eajt freight i it West Halt West 10.01 ..10.44 5.57 9.48 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. 11.11) a.m. 10.05 a.m. sounding tho key noto of tho campaign, is a feature of this issue of tho News. Read it. "WiiiLK sluggards sleep," etc. TUT. Patcengcr Unity nrr. Uardiniburg..l2:42 p.m. OOIXO (AST. Pusionger Daily nrr. llardlnibarg.. 7:50 a.m There will surely bo no sluggards in tho Democratic party next Saturday. Every man should do his duty. I.v his speech nt Hnrdinsburg last Saturday, beforo tho Republican convenphutlinilseil in atmounce T. It. Mc- - tion, Viclfimus Basterfleld Burton made Ii nf - i kU.1..I.1 m - LUIiUIUH.. t c(Lllllcill. ft u iur rh jfXK rri..u JMUjJt tIII ill If-1V tho remark that the Democrats had VIJIUH t. ..t.. HUB. i... FUal District, embracing the counties "encouraged tho criminal organization i r brUm. r..J. it ii of certain classes against capital." Phe aciirfn of the npmrvrillr nrltiiarv. ' " Which did ho mean, tho farmers or tho lh. laborers in manufacturing establish authorized to announce lamci Ikfnnt. iry.ontarilln countv. n a candidate ments? Jb'or Y ANNOUNCEMENTS. Circuit Judge. M .1 I Judge In this, the Ninth Judicial tho countlca of llrcekenrldirf. irdln and Grayson, suMcct to the ac-- u Pcrnocratlc I'rlmary, August 17th. ir pwwonwcnltli's Attorney. to announce II, T.Kendall lu&feethtown. as a candidate for Com ilA's Attorney In thl the Ninth Judicial . cmuracinir mc counties ni nrccKeiiriuge ktaram ana urayson, sunjeel to me ac-f- e Democratic primary. August 27th. G authorised to announce Vlriril (J. BbtiKe.of llanllntburg, as a candidate lirlonwealth's Attorney in this, the Ninth uiMiici, cmDraunf; mc counties 01 ridgu, Meade, Ilanlin nnd (iraysoti, fa the action of the Deniucratic nrlmarv. th. Gov. Bkown has called tho Legisaturo back, and it will Tilings oro getting into a very bad shape up nt Frankfort, nnd there is likely to bo a skirmish between the Legislature and tho Governor beforo things aro straightened out. We are not at till egotistical, niul of courso now tho new Arthur Board was in town last week. Born, Aug. Oth to tho wifo of 0. E. llaswcll, a son. t Rev. L. E. Campbell and daughter went to IOuisvllfo Monday. Misses McAtco, of Louisville, aro visiting nt Mrs. G. 1'. Jolly's. Miss Fannio Smith leaves this week to attend school nt Midway, Ky. Miss Katie Eskridgo is visiting relatives in Big Spring and Vino Grove. Mrs. Mnry Hcstou and Miss Eva lies-to- n returned from Louisvillo Saturday. Mrs. Melville Eskridgo and children, of Owcnsboro, nro visiting relatives here. Miss Irene Board will assist Prof. Frank Jurboo in tho school at Stej hcus-por- t. Mrs. L. E. Campbell and children aro visiting Mrs. Annlo Herndon nenr this week. Mits Lizzie Smith will leave th's week to tako her position in tho school at Elizabethtown. Mr. Robert Pennington, of Owcnsboro, was hero for several days last week, visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. A. Witt. Drop in nt Mrs. S. A. Halley A Co's and sec those splendid crayon pictures given away with every SlO's worth of Irv-ingt- constitution is ours, but wo just want to romark that a little over a year ago "wo told you so." Next Saturday is tho day set for tho to announce Weed S. Democratic primary in this Judicial dishH, lillzabethtnwn, as a candidate for trict and the News wishes to ninke a last kiWcalth's Attorney In this, the Ninth luitmci, cmoracin tne counties 01 unr call upon tho Democrats to get out to yson, llreckmridKC and Meade, subjtct tho polls. It is a right nnd n privilege uii uic uiiuocruuc jirunrfry, juu;usi that every man should exercise, that of expressing himself as to who ho thinks is tho proper man to carry the grand old rfpr V. G. Babbage at tho primary banner of Democracy against tho enemy b'dny. in the coming campaign. Let ovory Democrat get out to tho polls, and let's leoples" Legislature has just exhibit such an array of Democracy that low liasn't it? tho "Pubs" and tho 'Teepees" will both know that dofcat is sure to bo theirs in democrat in tho county should November. Rlio primary next Saturday. The Farmers and Laborers Journal is (is our fight tor tho Common- - growing very indignant becnuso the peoBTb Astomoy's place against tho ple down in tho Second District nro hollowing and cheering for Bill Ellis, and intimates that if it is not stopped tliero tho principal lawyers in the Btato will bo enough I'etitt men present nt the on Gov. Brown in his recent vetoes. political speakings to see that it is flaws were positively unconstitu- - stopped. Here aro some of tho mild tempered epithets that this great advoI. cate of peace, harmony nnd moderation itocnATs should turn out next Sut- - in politics is henping upon its opponents: nnd go to tho primary. Virgo "Little, contemptible, insignificont tadlickspittle lackies," ngo is n sura winner if liis countv poles:" "nose-ia"political hummers;" "haughty, d Stand by him. plutes ," "ignorant, misleading Now tho News followers," etc., etc. ru'ExitiDoE county men are as com- does not pretend to bo real well acItto fill important positions as the quainted all over tho Second District, but rtf other soil. Let ovory Democrat it knows enough about tho Democrats county vote for V. G. liabhagu down there to know that if they want to ftturday and nominate him. hollow for Ellis that they will do it, and there cannot bo enough I'etitt men mushy Where was Tom I'etitt, the tered to prevent them. r snake and expounder of the Con- ition, while all this timu and the The Bkix kk.n'iuihii: News has been a e' money were being wasted in Democratic organ now for more than log unconstitutional laws'' sixteen years. In all this time it has ewer Making a mcord. never taken a part, as a paper, in local Democratic lights, though the men conpin and his fusion following nected with it have always entoitained lly left in tho Republican conven- - their individual opinions and hnvo exUardmsburg lost Saturday. It pressed them at tho polls as any other Democrat would do. f that the majority of the Itcpuhli-- i In tho presont this county aro Republicans from race for Commonwealth's Attorney wo havo advocated the cause of V. G. Up, not for spoils altogether. and tho reason is obvious. Drawn fail to read Senator Carlisle's to him by tho closost ties of kinship, kwuicli we publish in this issue knowing him to bo a deserving man, 11 Ho is a great expounder of man well qualified to fill tho position to cy, and tho truths that are which ho aspires, a man who has strugI this articio should be read by gled through poverty and adversity unLilian, woman nnd child in til ho has acquired such qualifications, wo feel it our duty to advocate his cauto, 5u and no man can blame us. CttrfesJaon in the working of Any other man with tho lovo of a Fir was bIiowii a News rcprcMinta- - brother in his heart would do likewise, Istordtty by J. E. Keith A Son, in and we hnvo no apologies to mnko for o rpo ot n bill for marble. A eorUun tho courso wo havo taken. Virgo is not at all responsible for anything (jst, in bcotlaiul 529; when it en- prport 01 uoston tliero was a duty that has boon said in these columns; ildcd, making the total cost $59. not n lino or a word has been written by fo Keith A Son cannot afford to his request or with his knowledge, nnd ) $30, and it will be added to tho when it appeared it wits as new to him liion it is placed at a dead man's as to any other reader. But while wo Iho last man, tho consumer, have presented his claims, wo havo not abused or said aught against tho honortariff. able gentlemen who oppoho him, nnd ; our last issue there has been a should one of them bo so fortunate as to recelvo the nomination, ho will not havo Hot down in the Coal Creek a stronger advocate in tho Ninth Judicial 11 lonnessee. Tho miners nt- o guards, who wcro guarding District than tho BitKcKENitinoE News. laborers, and captured them, Deafness Can't be Cured rMio.conytets back to tho penitcn- by local applications, as they cannot iio Governor called out tho reach tho diseased jwrtion of tho ear. Ua, and several battles lmvo Tliero is only 0110 way to euro deafness, It in which tliero have been n nnd thnt is by constitutional remedies. hncp. killed nnd wounded on Deafness is caused by an condiJU tho present writing tho tion of tho mucous lininginflamedEustacof tho lually havo possession of tho hian Tube. When this tube gets intho convicts will bo returned. flamed you havo a rumbling sound or royct a few minors concealed in imperfect hearing, and when it is entirecs and there is talk of smoking ly closed, Deafness is tho result, and unit, Most all tho leaders of tho less tho inflammation can bo taken out utvo AM nnd left the inoro igno- and this tube restored to its normal conMr followers to hold tho bag. dition, hearing will bo destroyed formiaera'nro prisoners, nnd ever; nino cases out of ton nro caused rbyVlie courts of Tennohsoo by catarrh, which is nothing but nn intnurtlAr.m flamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. W ; Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for n m tipi(iKk8Biailo a thorough any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) entfM'Kinth Judicial Vis-- that wo cannot euro by taking Hall's Mwwion that ho has Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. lie is encouraging Sold by all Druggists 75c. expectations It fflMMsV lie wl 11 carrv Didn't Know Polk Knew John EylMiSttbovond tho rea- Wheeler. Inco crffftiloubt. will got a Really, now, brother Deihocrats, who uar6Wpd Meade, and it I So Democrats of old havo temporarily btrayed oir into tho as foflfhethcr n son of her People's Tarty, do you not feol lonely n misfit In p jwxt Commonwealth's over there? Is there not Don't your at. "What aro you going your political garments? H7 Wo know that tho Third jiarty breeches bag at tho knees, fhia county is with Bab- - nnd have a downward sweep in their rear elovntion that causes you discomPT wo feci more than grato-tho only possiblo chuueo for him fort? Como back homo where you nnd onto morn bo happy. This is Jueated in tho district is through K"3iicsg or For tho year of Democratic jubilee, and hjt behooves every Democirat there aro soma good fellows among you ITiiridgo to bo up and doing. whom wo would savo from tho sackcloth tho polls next Saturday, bring nnd ashes of next November. Tho old aborwith you, and let's pllo Democratic lamp burns brightly, nnd you kmjority in Ereckenritlgo for know that whilo it holds out oven tho worst can way back. If that it cannot be ovcr- - true, why find their tho good onesthis bo shall not como ilemocrat stay at iiomo. too, Frankfort Capital. " authorized Ire vt 111 g swell-headeBab-bagd Bab-bag- goods. Miss Anna L. Gardiner, Miss Mary Bowmer and their fiicnd, Miss Tinsley, visited Mrs. W. J. Piggott nt Bowley-vill- o last week. of it! A fine crayon picture, worth $10, given away witli every SlO's worth of goods at Mrs. S. A. Hall'oy A Co's. Mr. Jesse Eskridge, Mr. Jesse Whit- worth and Prof. Shacklett left Monday, for Princeton to attend tho Union Sunday- Just think convention. Tako your photo to Mrs. S. A. IlafTey and hnvo a fine crayon made. Buy $10 worth of goods and this will givo you tho picture free. Engineer Tom Dully, of tho L., II. A W. rail load, and Miss Mnnnio Smith were married last Thursday night, Rev. J. J. Pike officiating. Mr. and Mrs. G. .W. Beaid, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Sltillman, B. F. Beard and Judge Milton Board went nn to attend tho burial of Mr. Edgar Bennett lost Saturday. -school "Fair Play" Knows. o Tho pcoplo of county nro n "peculiar people" in ono respect. They nro right in this, that they want good and competent officers, but they nro usually wrong in this, that they nro inclined to think somebody from nbroad is more competent than their homo men. Tho writer is puzzled to know on what ground they base n belief expressed by a c good many people, that Mr. V. G. is not tho equal of his opponents. Ho is a mnn of as much mental vigor as either of tho other candidates for Commonwealth's Attorney. Ho is aggressive and fearless in his opinions and does not hesitate to assort them, and possesses tho legel knowledge and energy that will produce an nblo attomoy to represent tho State. Other counties develop their men, nnd they get to tho front. Breckonridgo, however, must wnit till thoy develop themselves unaided, nnd beforo that timo arrives indulge in tho belief that Mr. A. from somewhero elso is his superior. In order to do this in nn excruciatingly torturing manner, they must find flaws in manner, or some other unworthy pretext. Mr. Babbngo has been tho Muster in Chnnccry for a number of years. Who will daro to say ho has not made a good Commissioner ? This required both sonso and legal knowledge. Ho bos exhibited both in a very satisfactory degree. Besides, tho integrity and promptness ho has displayed in tho duties of that important office testify him n worthy man. If any vote is opposed to Mr. Babbago, or prefers ono of tho other gentlemen, that is nil right. But opposo him on true grounds, nnd do not say ho is not "qualified" for just thoro a mistako is made. Givo him n chnnco and it will soon he seen, thnt ho is making an able attorney. Faiiih,ay. Editor News. Breck-onridg- Bab-bng- .itie The V. V. F's. Tho young Indies of tho city havo organized a social club which thoy havo named tho V. V. F. Tho object of tho club is to givo a series of evening entertainments, and tho season will bo opened by Miss Allieno Murray, at her homo, ono night next week. The V. V. F's. aro all F. F. Cs., and the club is positively a swell affair, and as ono of Its members remarked to a News man, "If you nro not in it, you aro not in It." Cloverport is noted for her Bociety events, and now, as theso accomplished nnd entertaining young Indies have organized themselves together for tho solo purpose of being sociublo, it is reasonable to say that tho "sound of revelry by night" will soon bo )ouring forth from Cloverporfmausions. Cloaks for Fall and Winter. Iiidics, wo will havo a samplo lino of cloaks on exhibition at our store next Thursday afternoon, August 25th, direct from tho manufacturer. You nro invited to call. Theso aro especially attractive goods and wo will tako pleasure in showing you what, in our opinion, is tho nicest assortment of cloaks wo hnvo over shown. Yours truly, S. L. Sulzkh. cor-dinl- ly ' uoi g, o. As n general liniment for sprains and -- bruises or for rheumatism, lamo back, deep seated or muscular pains, Chamberlain's Pain Balm is uurivulcd. For wtlo by A. 11, Fisher. Doath Of Col. Edgar Dennett. Mr. Edgar Bennett, ono of tho wealthiest and best known farmers in our county, died nt his beautiful residence, Summor Scat, last Friday morning nt 8 o'clock. His illness wns only of thrco weeks' duration and death resulted from inflnmntion of tho stomach and bowols. Mr. Bennett was about fifty years of ago and had always enjoyed tho best of health. Ho had nn excellent constitution nnd up to three weeks ago looked as if ho lind many years beforo him, His death will bo a grcnt loss to tho section in which ho lived, as few men possess tho ontcrpriso nnd business sn gaclty that ho exhibited. Ho was a valuable man to his community nnd to tho pcoplo among whom ho moved, always taking nn nctivo interest in all matters of a public character that enmo up. Mr. Bennett began lifo as a poor country boy, but by diligent application worked himself up to a position of prom-inenc- o in ids county. Early in lifo ho exhibited raro mechanVote-Intelligeical skill, nnd was considered ono of tho best workmen in his lino in tho county. Tho Court-hous- e nt Hnrdinsburg wns built under Mr Bennett's supervision. Tills work brought him into prominent notice, and Inter ho superintended tho erection of tho Hnrtford, Ky., jail, and also constructed soveral bridges in this nnd adjoining counties. Ho was for sov- in eral years employed by tho King Bridgo Company, of Cleveland, Ohio, and did n great deal of valuable work for them. When tho Texas railroad woo first talked of, Mr. Bennett took nn nctivo part in working up nn interest in thnt enterprise, nnd it wns through his influence thnt tho road was finally located along tho Dry Valley route, instead of going nlong tho river nenr Brandenburg as was at first anticipated. The present town of Irvington was planned and lni d out by Mr. Bennett In connection with some other gentlemen, nnd ho owned lnrge interests tliero. Ho rendored much nssistunco in securing tho L., II. A W. railroad, a branch of tho ! Texas, nt Irvington, which runs through his fnrm. A few months ago ho opened n rock quarry at Summer Seat nnd at tho timo of his death was working somo forty or fifty hands in thnt business. Besides nil ol theso business connections, Mr. Bennett owned nnd superintended ono of tho finest furms in tho county. Summer Seat was purchased by him in 1878. Tho whole farm consists of more than four hundred acres. All tho buildings on it wore erected by him, nnd nro models of neatness and comfort. Mr. Bennett had a host of friends not only in his county, but olsewhero, wherever ho was known, nnd his death will bo deplored by all. Ho was justly conMisses Anna L. Gardiner nnd Mary sidered ono of our leading citizens, and was also tho true typo of tho hospitable Bowmer. of Hardinsburg, and Miss Tinsley, of Barboursville, aro guests of Kentucky gentleman. Mrs. W. J. Piggott. Mr. Robt. Board and brido (neo Miss Death of Mr. Josse V, Moorman. A virtuous and a true man was called Ellon Footo), of Hnrdinsburg, visited awny by death at a 'ripe old ago, on Au- tho lnttcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Footo, of Pilot Ridgo, last week. o gust 10th, 1892. Ho died nt tho Among thoso from a distanco who atof his daughter, Mrs. J. II. Robertson, nnd wns interred in tho family tended tho funeral ceremonies of tho grave yard at his old homo on Long Into Edgnr Bennett were Hon. Lafo Green, Falls of Rough ; Hon. G. W. Lick. Mr. Moorman wns born in Virginia Beard and wife, Hon. B. F. Beard and March, 28th, 1803 and was past 84 years wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. S. Skillman, HarMr. and Mrs. Richard L. of ago at his death. When nn infant his dinsburg; parents removed to this county, and Owen, Falls of Rough; Messrs. D. C. hero Mr. Moorman spent his long nnd Moorman, Fred Owen and others, Glen-denn- o ; Cnpt. Wilf Pennington, Mr. Will useful life. Ho wns married to Miss Rebecca Jackson January 1st, 1829. Ho Pennington, Maj. Marshal Morris and survived her about two years, after walk- wife, Louisvillo; Mr. W. W. Lewis, Owcnsboro. ing together for sixty ono years. No better man over lived in tho counIn tho death of Mr. Edgar Bennett tho ty. His lifo was not only exemplary, community nnd county loso a most valbut it wns blameless and beautiful, lie ued citizen ; a business man of untiring combined tho qualities that go to mnko energy and cnterpriso, n up tho perfect man. Mnnucrs most en- genial and aiTablo host, a staunch friend, gaging, conversational powers delightful, a kind neighbor, nnd a most indulgent broad intelligence and lino social habits husband nnd father has entered into rest. mndo him attractive; to all who camo A vast concourse of people assembled at within his reach. Back of all this pleas- liis lato homo to pay a Inst tributo of reing picture, there wns tho highest moral spect to his memory Snturduy afternoon, courage, tho most unbending integrity August 20th, when tho remains wore and tho most upright thought nnd view. laid to rest iu n tomb on Summer Sent, n His nature was deeply sympathetic and lovely spot nenr tho homo. this intensified his religion, deepened STEPHENSPORT. hisclinrity, and mndo him tho host of husbands and fathers, nnd tho most E. II. Miller wont to Hnrdinsburg Satneighborly of neighbors. Men look buck nt his lifo and Bay, "only tho just urday. Wallaco Skillman, of Hnrdinsburg, is man mndo perfect In death." Tho community was fortunnto in tho in town. lifo of such a mnn whilo living nnd is C. O. Pcrrigo, of Cloverort, wns in not unfortunnte in his death at such age, town Sunday. for his example- is loft to bo emulated Mrs. James Crawford was in Louisnnd bo thankful for. villo last weok. A largo family of sons and daughters Mrs. R. A. Brashear is boarding with wcro born unto him, six of whom nro Mrs. Sam Payno. yet living. Thoy nro Mrs. J. R. RobertMiss Ida Crawford was visiting in son, Mrs. Jnmes T. Owen, Mrs. It. O. Willis, Dr. Jcsso L. Moorman, Jnmes A. Louisvillo lost week. Moorman nnd Miss Stntira Moorman, all Mrs. A. J. Bonnctt Is visiting lier pnr-onof whom in their lives nnd chnrncter nt New Harmony, Ind. attest tho excellent training received in Cnpt. R. T. Williams passed on west youth around tho family health. bound train Saturday evening. Mrs. Leigh Isaacs and Mra. Jnno BEWLEYVILLE. Brooks wero in Louisvillo lost week. Mr. and Mrs. Jeo. Bnrkley went to Squire Griffin Dowoll continues criticBrandenburg Tuesday to visit relatives. ally 111. Misses Salllo Davis nnd Ilollcn ID. Everett Jolly, of Louisvillo, is visiting wero in Cloverport last weak for a his siBtcr, Mrs. W. J. Piggott. few days. Mr. Phillip Cain is visiting his sister, Miss Maggie Scott, of Hardinsburg, Mrs. D. S. Campboll, of Russollvillo. was tho 'guest of Miss Lonn Payno, last Miss Carrio Hall, of Henderson, is weok. with Mrs. Edgar Bennett and family. Ruth Ilayncs, of Cloverport, spent a Mrs. G. P. Paul spent lost week with fow days last weok with Iior aunt, Mrs. her mother, Mrs. Bess, of Constantino. Henry Davis. Mr. R. L. Hnrdaway is visiting his Courtland Pullcn is on Green river, brother, Mr. Calob Hnwklns, of Hnrdinsworking for Dowel nnd Jolly in Btnvo burg. business, Mr. John Babbngo, of tho News, was Mr. Ijo Bonnctt, of Concordia, was in iu town Thursday in tho intcrpst of his town Wednesday, tho guest of hs couspaper. in, Vestcr Parr. Miss Kate Partlow, of Garncttsvlllo, is Misses Emma Mosely and Ada M. visiting her mother, Mrs. Susan Trip-plit- t. Hnnks attended the institute at IIrtfl-vill- o last week. Mrs. Shelly, of Clifton, near Louisvillo, Miss Georgia Hawkins and Mr. Henry is visiting her sister, Mrs. Alonzo BenHend wont to Webster Saturday to visit nett. Mis. Elvira Babbago, of Cloverjiort, Mrs. L, D. Adkisson. Dr. A. A. Simons, of Clovorport, wan and Mrs. Eliza Taylor, of Rosotta, wcro in town Saturday ovening to seo Mrs. A-guests of Mrs. A. Bennett Wednesday. Miller who is very low. Tho L., If. A W. rnn a special from MeserB. R. A. Brashear and J. II. Lay, Fordsvillo to Irvington in honor of tho funeral of tho lato Edgar Bennott, of our former druggists aro traveling for1 tho Commercial Brildir;g Trust tympany Summer Scat. OUR PLATFORM ! DON'T FAIL s We pledge ourselves in favor of Protection of Customers from Overcharge, Adulter-ationand Mistatements. Free Trade for every one with the mei chant who does most' for his customers. Prohibition of monopolistic rings, in- -, flated values and oppressive high prices To always serve your own interest first. That's business. To dis- cover what is to your own interests is of vital importance, when you seek success. -:-:- - 1. IT DON'T PAY get wedded to a 'house. Buy where your money purchases the best. To do this you must To Buy as you ntly. As candidates for your patronage, we invite an examination of our business record support of our claim that we carry the largest stock of Shoe Look at the 8& ? SEEK. We may have the best, and possibly you may descide we have not, at any rate you should-looat our line. -:-:- k l In the City, that our prices are the lowest. SMART & C(XCLOVERPORT, KY. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAArMlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVlAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAA - See the Styles duality ! Marvel at the Prices ! NEW AND FRESH XJ VEST. of HOT WEATHER GOODS JUST RECEIVED AT Louisville. iesi-denc- Mrs. Smith and daughter Miss Addol- lo, of Hardinsburg, who havo been visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith returned homo last week. Mr. Lum Wright, of Thurston, Ky., nnd Miss Josio Brashear wcro married at Ilawesvillo Wednesday tho 17th nt tho homo of her brother. Mr. Eddio Bra- Bhcar. Tho correspondent, congratulates them nnd wishes them n happy life. Bowmer & Hambleton's ALL KINDS AT A Personal Letter. Yc$M&.J& r PANIC PRICES. Be Sure and Examine Their Stock. wAAAAAAvwvteAvvwfcAvvAsvvwtAAvvwwvHwAAtvAtfvwwAAAAswvvwwA WVVVVVVVVAVVVVVVVVVVVVvVVVVVVVVVfl Is what wo would liko to write to you gontlo renders, but wo hnvon't timo, bo this method's noxt best. Wo invito you to inspect n lino of samples representing our stock pf piece goods for Fall Suitings. Mr. Hunsche, foreman of our Tailoring Department, will visit Cloverport on Friday of each weok. Ho will carry sm. IIHIs I I ssssssssssssMAssssss9irnnILsssssssssssssssHn J with him all tho desirable Standard .and Fancy Styles produced this season. Ho will bo pleased to meet you at Sulzcr's Store on Friday noxt. S. L. SULZER. Irvington Blacksmith Shop. To tho farmers and other persons MICHAEL HAMMAN, liv- te ing in tho vicinity of Irvington, who may wish any thing dono in tho lino, I wieh to Bay that I havo bought the shop at this placo and am now prepared to do all kinds of work at Pcto Paul is very reasonnblo figures. my workman. Givo mo a call. T. J. Adkisson. black-smithi- Tho Kcgular and Reliable FURNITURE The DEALER Is always on hand with a full Btock, 7 Cents. Now Holland Conl delivered in houses in Cloverport for 7 cents until Capital, $750,000. Tradesmens National Bank OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 201 BROADWAY. Under National Aot 1855. Vice-Pm- .$' . Bra-she- ar September 1st. Coal guaranteed good as tho best. Organised as a State Bank 1823 James S, Gra&niss, Pres't. Logan C. 'K" D. W. SLOAN. "17OH SAI.K. Two (rood mules, 7 and 8 years Sam, T, Johnson, Cloverport, Ky. old. Hurray, 't. Oimr ACCOUNTS F. Berry, Cashier CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. INVITED. " NOTICE. All persons wanting sand will on me, ns my s.nul bjnk is posted MAUY J. MILLHK. 1'or Sale. EOI.STEINS of Nethcrlnnd and Agie a Brass Band. The etc, oddrass Young hulls ready few heifers of ltoyal breed Inc. All registered or entitled to rceUter. K. M. & E. II. OOLUSnY. Be Wise while you Live Ij o o k: v 1 '. r " "i . Fairs, l'lcnics and other amusements. eady to. receive Ilurdlnsburg Mechanic sontracts Hand Is now to play for County 1'or terms And use only Best Flour, JOKI!.CpX.Sec'y, for sale, MltS. Is Will be sold I.ot 100x175 cheap. SAI.I.irt C, MII.r.KU'S House and feet. Good It. Bill Beavin has ropapercd, repainted and refitted his ealoon'nnd now has ono of tho nicest places of tho kind in tho idigik: flrst-clnafl ADDISON, KY. bro's., nret-clas- e :- r Holder city. work. & McCrncken did tho tab- "Now tilings in writing papers and lets at Babbago'8. J 1 Tho Dick IWb havo bought the Kentucky Addison Flouring MM nnd havo secured tho sorviccs of a miller with years of experience. Thoy arc in market for custom and merchant work, and will gunrantco all work to bo in ovory respect. -- Ml ; CUSTOM WORK A SPECIALTY. - KY .( ;: v green glass, InnTbor, mnclilnery, jilg Irtih, that the Mcirinley net was n great blessing to the WeNh mauufartiirers of tin steel Ingots, steel blowers, steel rails, winNews. dow glass and woolen goods, llcrj aro plate, and enabhsl them to take from the fifteen of tho most highly protected Intlus-tilc- s peoplo of the United States, as Lolinll proBUITLKMENT. In tho United States, nnd the wages ceed to show, iniiiiyiiillllonsofMollnraover of 1 per cent, lower. of tho laborers employed in them fell they were only and alxive the profits which they wcro WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1892. Iucrnnin In Wliolrmilo l'rlce. of 1 per cent nfter tho passage of tho making lieforo Its passage. Tho senator here presented tables showNow, Mr. President, by tho use of this McKinley act, nothwlthstnndlng tho rlso o?8 3 of 1 per cent In tho wages of ing tho cost of producing tin plate In Wales tnble, which Is a part of tho unanimous of ' report of tho committee, mid assuming as laborers engngetl In tho nonprotected In- and the advance In price there lu anticipaCARLISLE'S KEYNOTE. tion of the McKinley Mil, and continued Vcforo that tho annual expenditure for dustries. o : s " It appears therefore that the (leopia or consumption Is $10,000,orj0,000 and the One of the most significant facts disexpenditure $833,333,333, we can closed by tho report In relation to thisstib-Jec- t thu United Slates, lieforo the Increased ,Q5:aB:f343-53S52Eipfflfr55riMni-Cf- c monthly tit.k nf fllltv tin till TllllLIf LOOK eilfCt Ulllier 1 The Kentucky Economist DisIh that tho rates of wages In these pro .....nft.ft.ft ascertain without difficulty tho effect oi which tho increoso In wholesale prices tected industries linn increaseti High Tariff Claims. sects not would havo hatl upon tho people of tho 1 per cent, between tho beginning of tho ... .11 . . I..,n .1... iuuil.n(a nTk.M;n United States If tho wholo quantity of Investigation nnd the approval of the tariff tieaiers uere, unw uin-cn- .I.. im.v 3" tno commodities consumed during tho period act on Oct. 1, 1800, nnd consequently tho of tho Welsh tin pinto manufacturers,their ALimiCirS FALLACIES EXPOSED. 1(11.31 ffl.IO lot. 11 sum of $1,020,750 nsa surplus profit on Idiot quarter. PW covered by tho Investigation hnd lieen entire tlcci case of 80-- OOths of 1 per cent oc1U1.IX1 1W lni N) Hi) 11 considerably moro than First quarter, sold by the wholesale dealers during that curred after this law was passed for tho sales, which was tlii-lIO.70 lin.ryi im.iil Hocnnil quarter, INK),, nliint manufacture i.nif tlm viilm. nf m.ra o ffl.tt) H) in time. That tho whole quantity consumed benefit of the workliigninn. Klin Tendency of CtvllUntlon Is to Third quarter, 1800.... ' &of that article. Now, Mr. President, on these questions Fourth qunrtcr, 18C0. . im.4i NU.M 1(1)38 was not actually sold at wholesale during Cheaper Gootla and Higher Wage. 101.57 101.21 1801 First quarter, concerning wliolesalo and retail prices, cost An InJiiHtlrn nf tlio Turin. time Is shown by tho fact that tho that P0.01 HOP! PCLIJIHI quarter, 1801. Tho McKinley 11111 Uevcrncd That TenIncrease In retail prices or in tho of living and rntcs of wages, I havo pre Me. President, It Is a broad statement to w.m W.KS ie.05 TMr.1 niinrlpr. lHitl. dency The Coit or Living Incrcnuod by cost of living did not equal tho aggregato sented the figures made by tho statistician make, but the McKinley act Increased tho One hundred assumed as tlio lirlco at tho beginning of tho tlmo Inquired Into. of the committee, based upon tho actual duty on every fabric that contains a slnglo Increase In wholcshlo prices. That Act. 6n tho 1st day of October, I860, upon tho returns made to us by tho agents who were fiber of wool, and lu mast cases Wo find that during the last quarter of basis just stated, which Is less thnn thu sent out, not to take anybody's statement thread or was very In rue. If an nrtlclc the Increase tho yea.r 1880 tlio Increased cost of living total expenditure for consumption, tho InIs found to tontaln a thread of wool or anybody's testimony or hear anybody's over and alxivo what It was during tho crease over the Initial price wns $5,150,000; argument, but to go to tho books showing of silk ornamentation or for any other purpose, third quarter of that year tho quarter on the 1st day of November, low, it was tho nctual transactions In tho retail stores for becomes subject to tho woolen goods it which was taken as the basis of tho Inves- $7,833,333, and on tho 1st day of December, In theso seventy cities; to go to tho pay duty, which, even in the ease of the cheaptigation was $27,750,000. Tor the first 1880, It was $12,5S3,333. Congress met on rolls In tho manufacturing establishments, est woolen fabrics used by the poor, is quarter of the year 1800 tlio cost of living tho first Monday In December, thucommtt-te- o and take from them the exact amount of much higher thnn the duty on tho finest over and above what It wns during tho on ways and means was appointed, and wages paid on tho first of each month silk fabrics used by the rich. first quarter covered by tlio Investigation covered by this Investigation, and I confIt was soon well known to the country subI havu here a number of samples of woolen was $45,000,000. For tho second qunrter of stantially what Its policy would be in refsenate Hiid worsted gtxxls Imported under the Mcidently submit tho results to the the year 1800 It was $15,250,000, and I desire erence to tariff legislation, and on the 1st nnd the couutry ns n complete vindication Kinley act, with statements showing their to call attention heru to the fnct that dur- dnv of Jnnuary, 1800, the Increase of whole- - of tho Judgment pronounced by the peoplo cost abroad iu 1880 ami lbOO. their cot ing tho second quarter of tho year 1800, upon the policy of high protection at the abroad now, the duty Imposed upon them Kile prices over the prices prevailing at tho of 1 per cent, from the creased tho passago of the McKinley net, thu lieglnuing of tin- - Investigation was election In 1600. There wns no attempt at In lb80 and 1800, the duty Imposed iiimiii Inrate prevailing at tho lieginnlng of tho cost of living fell considerably Ixilow what The next month It was $20,400,000, misrepresentation or deception oxcept upon them now, and the Increased cost to lay The vestigation-that Is, tho cost of living, in it was at the end of the first qunrtcr. a slight decline from the part of thoso who had become alarmed them down nt New York to the consumer. cluding rent, which was not Investigated third quarter, which closed Oct. 1, 1800, and then thei owns inKlnborate tables were presented. at tho consequences of their own favorite McKinley act that figure until Sept. 1, 18U0, when tho reduced by tho committee at all, hail been tho very day on which the Tho McKinley bill legislation. Tho people were The prices abroad have fallen necessarily 1 percent, lielow what was wna rmnrnvi'd. the Increaso was $12,000,000; crease was $21,000,000. 1800, and from that measure of It nnd they will not lie deOct. 1, was approved not deceived then because the cost of tho raw material, wool during tho first three months of tho In- but during the next quarter, Immediately ceived now by nny false deductions made and cotton, has gone down in thu market; dato tho increase of wholesale prices con slnglo day has been following tho passngo of tho act, the vestigation. Dut that to grow larger month by month un- from this report, or by any frantic appeals but the people of the United States, by the was $15,750,000. Tho next quarter tinuedthe 1st day of April, 1801, it was separated by tho senntor from Rhode to save the countfrom the Imaginary passage of the tariff act and the imposition days embraced living was still going up, nnd til on Island from all tho 6thcr tho cost of Uut I will not dctnlli tlio senate of a higher rate of duty upon these goals twenty-eigh- t taken as the lncrcaso was $80,250,000, but the next, by n further statement of these Increaes horrors of free trade. Penplc' Clothoe. months, and In tho have been wholly deprived of the licnellts A Tax on INior Mn. PnESlDENT Perhaps I ought, to tho basis of all tho tables presented and tho cost having begun to declino somewhat in detail, but will Insert tho following which thev should have received, and As I have already said, tho articles seby him, as If it was u from the point It had readied, It was opologlzo to tho Bennte for attempting on statements made show that tho total gross lected bv the committee were, with a few ought to have received on account of the making, In the aggregate, tho In- table, which will of tho wholo period. such n day ns this, and at so lato a period In fair representative b"gnn on tho 1st day Increase from Oct. 1, 1880, to July 1. 1801. cost of the materials entering of creased cost of living to the people of tho amounted to thu sum of $115,018,885, but Insignificant exceptions, the products I decrcwed manufacture of tho articles they The investigation tho session, to occupy any part of its ttnio Into thu during tho period covered during tho months of July and August, our own country, and the sums which 1880, and continued month hy United States of June, The cotton groweriind the wool In tho discussion of a subject which wo all have given to the senate as representing consume. grower alike aro compelled to take lower ngreo cannot bo disposed of; but tho recent month in seventy different cities in the by this Investigation $288,760,000. 1801, there wero small decreases, amounttho Increase In prices nnd in the cost of prices for their products and to pay higher Mr. George How long? tho 1st day of SeptemUnited States until report made by tho committee on flnancb ing to $3,10S,3.)3, which, being tit ducted, Hvhitf are based upon them and not upon prices for the goods manufactured from months, Mr. Carlisle For twenty-fou- r ber, 1801, embracing a period of twenty-cluh- t in relation to tho prices of commodileaves a net Increase of $112,510,552. nny rlso which muy havo taken placo In them. livmonths. Tho prices of these 215 ar excluding September, 1880, and thu three ties, tho rates of wages and tho cost of TOOSI WHOLES VLB Tlio I'rntet'trd ManiirurtiiriT. tho prices of imported articles on account first thrco months at these which wero taken as a basis. The In- INCItEASK IN 1880, TO JULY l'KICKS States-ha- s so ticles for tho been 1, 1801. ing In. tho United OCT. I, The necessary effect of the McKinley act of the very large increases In tho rates of seventy different places and at qulto n creased cost of living to tho peoplo of tho Oct. 1,1880 thoroughly misunderstood or so grossly of 1800. is to enable tin' manufacturers of these duty contained In tho tariff act misrepresented fu the public press and number of establishments- - In each placo United States during the twenty-fou- r tho Nov.l. UKI up the prices to a at home Why, Mr. President, tho Increased price of nrtlcles figure, no to keep what may b(j thu Dec. 1, 18K0 wcro taken o tho basis of tho investigamonths wns $288,750,000; but during matter plsowhero. that I llavo felt it to be tho duty 1H,7W.(1 1,1810 woolen goods which cei tain of their raw mateIn the cost tion thnt Is to soy, tho average .prices lost quarter covered by this Investigation, Jan. 1, 18U 1(I).() tho $10,501,050 worth Ibis country between diminutionthe wanes ofoftheir laborer, of somo ono on tklssldo of tho chamber who Feb. were imported into the rial or In 'W.; assisted in making that Investigation to which prevailed during 1880, months of taking the three months together, there March llWM... 1800, the date of the parage of tho Oct. 1, the hi(.h duty protects them ag.ilnst on all the was a slight decline or lMuutns m i per April i.mo June, July nnd August, state our views of Its results. : stay ta McKinley bill, nnd thu 30th day of June, competition abroad so long as they kisn ?!!'"!!;;! opinion of articles wero taken as the unit of price, cent in the cost of living, amounting to Juno i. m 1. I think It is tho unanimous their prices just lielow the point which 1801, the end of that fiscal year, amounted 13.iUU,ln $3,750,000, which I have deducted from tho each unit or Index of price being repreJuly 1, 1M) economists and statisticians who have inwould enable the Importer to bring them 17.UM) to many millions of dollars. I. many years, sented by 100, and as tho prices subse- gross sum, showing a net Incienso in tho Aug. 1.18W1)... vestigated the subject that for iu aud realise a profit after paying the 2t,Wfi.V5 Tho report of imports and consumption quently roso or fell tho fact was noted, and cost of living of $285,000,000, the largest Hcet. 1. WO....... point Is the domestic commercial 2U1JO.U0O in nil tho great Industrial and Oct. yenr 1801, furnished to us by duty. What that for tho fiscal always knows very well, avmiMi tho percentage of rise or fall was recorded proportion of which, or $185,000,000, ocNov. i.i8iio countries of tho world, tho prices of comtreasury department, embraces and manufacturer himelf Informed lu rela 27,:tn,:ta tho passage of tho MeKlnloy ho keeps Dec. 1.18M) modities have been decreasing and the rates in tho tables. Now I submit to the sonato curred nfter the part of tho $100,000,000 In- Jan. 1,1801 mingles together all the Importations tion to tile tin elgll prices oi i nu utiicm. i mi nnd tho country that no just or valuable act, nnd n large 30.010.(1 of wages, especially in thoso occupations Fob. 1,1801 iiiul hi therefore nerinlts impor wero iniiilo during thut year, for the nrn.lnr-i.cthnt time la can WB which of showing the ad valorem rate of tations in two cases only: First, w hen he which require a considerable degree of conclusion for any purposo whateverupon crease which occurred "beforo fact that the aiarrlVl. 1801 Xi.UB.CJVl purposo dlreotly attributable to the Aurll 1.1801 of Intelligence, havo been increas- bo drawn from calculations based skill and S'SKS', tax, whether they wcro made before or cannot produce tho particular finality almost May 1,1801 secondly, when ho cannot ing; of courso tbore are very many and prices which provallod on ono single day bill was pending In congress with tho peo- Juno 1.1801 Oct. 1, 1800, and therefore reduces the goods nt all, and sufficient quautltles to after U.7W),tRl) during thoso twenty eight months, that nbsQluto knowledge on the part of produce them In July 1,1801 vefy conspicuous and aggravating excepnvcrngo nil valorem rate of taxation to a supply the homo demand. and beconio n law. tions to this general rule, but they are all day being, as I have said, tho last ono on plo that It would pass how does this com $U5,0I8,8S5 Total rt much lower figure than it actuully was Now. Mr. Piesitlcnt, attributable, in my opinion, to abnormal which nn investigation was! made. Deduction: under tho McKinley net. At the expense paro with thu statement mndo by tho I'erfuctly Clear. The Coat of Living Increased. 1.1801 and artificial conditions, created by un-- KKSl of a great deal of time nnd lnlxir I havo se Rhode Islnnd, thnt there was Auk. 1. 1801 Sent. here referred, to a unjustnx laws and by improper equal and Senator Carlisle In Doctor Pierson's description of Hfo lected from this report tnoso articles oi living during govcrnmcntnViut'erferenco with tho private statement of Senator Aldrich that in tho such a decline In the cost of 3,iiw,3;n Total in tho southwest us ho saw it ninny years woolen manufacture which wero Imported rcnrcMjnt n Bavlng jf as 4l!),BI8,8Ki affairs of. tno people, uiscnmiuaung in same time tho cost of living had Increased thnt tmrindper to tucrcaxes after Oct. 1, 1800, and which therefore ajro "beforo tho war" ho speaks often 3,UH,:SS1 J25,000,000 niintun to tho peoplo of the Total decreases England. lie declared that tho com Total of somo and against others. favor in paid the Increased rates of duty Imposed of tho peculiar turns of speech thero Here Is $285,000,000 added had made no such Inquiry; that no United States? living during that period, Net increases mittee Tha Folly of Vrotoctlon. gtUMOAJ by the MeKinley tariff act, and I find the provnleut. Ho win onco present nt an to tho cost of Whatever makes it easier for the peoplo such results could bo drawn from nny which the people Inivo paid; and, no matNotwithstanding theso undeniable facts, result to be that thu total Importations of ecclesiastical meeting, whero motions beforo tho committee, nnd thnt other facts Including yarns, to llvo decently and comfortably, whatwhat declino may have come at Its tho senator from Rhotlu Island asserted, if woolen manufactures, $ID,M)I,G50, paid an wero piled upon each other until matever makes tho necessaries of llfo which statements in Senator Aldrlch's speech ter not ono ceut of It will ever bo reim- not in express terms, nt least by necessary which cost us abroad ters wero in n frightful muddle. Final wero not in evidence beforo the, committee, close, cheaptho people aro bound to buy and use bursed to thoc who weru compelled to ex inference, thnt the prices of tommtxlitles ad valorem rate of 02.81 ier cent. The ly tho moderntor was appealed to for a er and less expensive to the masses, is a and continued: necessaries of llfo. That nnd the cost of living declined during tho amount of duty paid on tin so goods was Mr. President, I propose to show, or at pend It for tho decision. blessing to mankind, and 1 havo never period covered by thu Investigation. He $18,102,338, so that It cost, without Incliitl them gone forever least endeavor to show, that tho prices of money Is gone fromprices may continuo to said, "There can bo no Inngernny question lug anything for Insurance, commissions, Ho rose from his scat, ns becamo a prebeen able to appreciato tho wisdom of that commodities in tho United States, whether nnd even though longer policy which compels men to work fluctuation after tho x as to the course of prices fur the period freight or Interest or any other charge, siding oillcor thus appealed to, and liftconsidered b' wholesale or by retail, wcro decline without and hnrdcr in. order to procuro food, raiplratlon of tho Investigation, It does not covered by tho committee's Investigation," $37,785,0SO to lay down In New York goods ing his lank form till his head was ment and shelter for themselves and their enormously Increased by tho passage of follow thnt such declino or a greater one nnd I think every one who heard his speech which cost abroad $10,501,050. among tlio rafters of tho low school the McKinlev act and tho ngltatlon which able to apprefamilies; I have never been him to maintain that prices An elaborate table was here presented, McKinliouso ho hesitated a moment and thou preceded it, and that tho cost of living in would not hnvo taken plnco If the On tho understood of living were lower during showing tho Import of woolen goods from or the huciate either the cconomla truth and tho cost never been passed. said: the peoplo the United States, giving to each one of ley act hadtho McKinley net had never that period than they were before. manity of tho proposition that Oct. 1, 1800, to Juno , 1801 "Urotliren.iny decision is thnt you nro these artlclr Its proper degree of impor- contrary, If can bo made happy and prosperous by taxLet us tnko for Wiustration n quality of nil ahead of tho hounds." Protection Illd Not Help Wage, been passed there would havo been a tance In expenditures for consumption, purposo ol that taxaation, whether tho nut, Mr. President, I must pass on to dress goods In most common uso among covered greater decline undoubtedly, nnd this Doctor I'iorson confesses that ho did the of that tion bo to defray extravagant expenditures was increased during more period $85,000,-000- , enormous additional expenditure of another subject. The commltteo also, ns I the people. The total value abroad passage not fully coinijreliend the nii'iiiiiiig of thnn by this investigation government, or to on tho part of tho would not have been extorted from have already said, caused an Investigation class of goods Imported nfter tho and that over $185,000,000 of that intho words, but ho could not help seeing tho prices which tho peoplo pay for gcntletnnn Mr. Grosvenor, to bu made as to tho rates of wages during of tho McKinley act was$5,2b0,8ll, the tax thnt tlio decision was perfectly clear nnd crease occurred after tho passagoof tho net tho people. committee must aindorse, what they cat, tfrinK and wear. same period In fifteen of what aro on them was $5,423,422, the ad valorem whom this this Mr. President, any ono who contends in of 1800. it had him employed for somo time called general occupations, most of which rate of taxation upon this $5,260,811 worth satisfactory to tho assembly. I venture to make tho statement, which this day, as the senator from Nevada (Mr. to assist iu collecting nrlces, made an In nro almost entirely In tho nonprotected In- of goods purchased und consumed by our An llloctrlcul 8iuirli.iv-Stewart) apparently has this morning, I think nobody can refute, that a very vestigation covering the eighteen months dustries, as will bo seen when I come to peoplo wns 102.70 per cent. Tho cost of largo proportion of the Increase In prices street theater has that high prices of commodities aro benA Twenty-thir- d just preceding tho beginning of this In- state them, at.d In fifteen special occupa- these goods abroad was 22.8 cents per of manufactured articles and In tho cost of eficial to tho community nt largo, is at vestigation, Juno 1, 1880, which showed tions which aro highly protected by tho bquiirejard, the tax was 23.42 per square brought out nn electricnl sunriso. A war with tho spirit of tho age In which he living which occurred beforo tho passugo that the prices of commodities iu this tariff law. yard, anil, adding inu tax, it. mimu wiu curved screen, part of which is mado of of that act was on account of tho fnct that lives, nt war with tho genius of discovery country had declined 14 per cent, during Tho result of that Investigation Is shown total cost to lay them down In New York, ganzo, bo that tho light may Bhlno which during tho last half it was pending in congress with nn almost thnt time. andlnvcntlon by tho report. Tho fifteen general occupawithout nny charge for commissions, through, oxtentls around tho stngo, luid century tnoro than during any other like absolute knowledge on tho part of tho proMr George During" whnt ycarf tions selectetl by tho commltteo as fuirly freight or insurance, 45.70 per yard, so behind it is an clabornto Rystem oi inperiod in tho history of tho world has ducers of protertcd nrtlcles everywhere During tho eighteen representative of tho rato of wnges received tho goods, which cost nbroad $5,2S0,841 Mr. Carlisle ameliorated tho condition of mankind by that, it would bo passedIn and beconio a law. months next preceding tho beginning of In nil the gencrnl occupations in mo coun- that the importer at New York, without candescent lamps. Tho controlling apcost tho second place, I proposo to show, is so graduated that fifty differ bringing all the necessaries of life, and this investigation, rortinintely it so hap- try wcro ns follows, and I asks senators to any of the other usual charges, $10,701,204. paratus uo many of its luxuries, within tho reach of thnt the rates of wages In fifteen substan- pened that our Investigation began the glvo their attention to them as I state Hut wo nro told bv tho author of the ent degrees oi ngni aim isnntiu cau to countially unprotected Industries in this every man who is willing to work. very day that his investigation closed, and, them, In order thnt thoy may determine McKinley act that wo ought not to bo dis- produced, thus causing tho nunriso intry, selected by tho committee, wero I speak of production and distribution Another uso of durgrow imperceptibly. for themselves how fur they aro protected: turbed about this, because tho forelgnor creased during tho period covered by the while his Investigation showed that It together, because cheap and oasy distribuing tho eighteen months covered by tho Bakers, blacksmiths, bricklayers I sup- pays tho tax. If so, hero Is tho most retho electric current matlo nt tho Bamo investigation, and that dnrinK tho saint tion is Just ns Important, both to the projdoco is in representing tho explosion of prices of commodities declined In this pose thero U scaicoly nnybody who will In- markable instance of disinterested bcuov-olonducer and to tho consumer, as cheap and neriod tho rntcs of wages in fifteen pro country 11 per cent, nil tho senator from INK:-PEN- S ever witnessed in n commercial United States, also a bomb. sist that bricks can bo laid In ft wall in easy production; therofore every shackle tected industries in tho of different show Is that selected by the committee, fell, nnd that Rhode Island can now unnecessarily after a foreign country nnd Imported to this transaction between peoplo actually gave A paper shell contnlns Just enough imposed upon commerce, every restriction high twenty-fou- r months of is not countries, for tho foreigner upon honest trade, every interference with tho fnll whs greater after tho passage of prices tho cast of living on one tiny at tho eountrv. and thercfoio ft bricklayer cabinet to the peoplo of tho United States lietween powder to explode-- nnd tuuko ft flush. much protected by a tariff law; tho McKinley bill thnn it wns during the This is ilretl by olectriclty, whllo nt tho tho freo exchange 01 protiucts in mo mar:very end of the period had declined makers, enrnentcrs of whom tho samo Oct. 1,1800, nnd Juno uu, ioyi, o,.ou,u wholo period preceding its passage. circuit controlled kets of the world Increases prices aud deworth of theso goods and paid them moro samo moment nnother of! n gun behind 215 articles thus se'ected by of 1 per cent. I as of bricklayer? ; comthing may be said Unless the prives tho peoplo of tho benefits which key pets by tho samo $142,000 lu money to lnduco them to Is It not portectly clear, then, thnt tho of they have n right to enjoy, and which they tho committee are fairly representative by proposition with which 1 started out, that mon lnlwrcrH, farm laliorcrs, machinists, thnn them. tho necestho Bcones, which fnrni-e- fl take stone in ft wall which tho total quantity of nrtlcles consumed otherwise would enjoy, resulting from imnnd masons who lay The goods of which I am now speaking sary noiso. Now York World. Investigation is worth but tho McKinley act had Interfered with molders of Iron, painttho people, our cannot be imported proved industrial and commercial methods. the class most largely Imported nrrested this natural tendency toward a ascertain But, Mr. President, it is unnecessary to little, so far as It attempts to of course tho decline In tho prices of commodities, was ers, plumbers, stonecutters, tailors and constitute the masses of tho peoplo of the An UxpeiMlvo Aduiliilitrutlpn. and sold to be would fifteen gencrnl of living. It pursue this lino of argument further, be- cost people tinsmiths. Theso nro tho committee, and United States, not to rich people, but to tho Is it worth 12,000,000,000 to havo four to show the courso of prices on correct, and that by its passagedeprived of occupations selected by tho cause at last it appears to bo admitted by valuablo years moro of Harrison rulo and tho poor people nnd people In motlerato cirunless they of tho United States wcro tho friends of the protectlvo system that those 215 articles; but I repeat, which enter thoso benefits which tho people of all other they aro the occupations upon 1whichcent, cumstances, ns senators will see when I taxe8?Now York World. per of represent all the articles rntcs of wages rose cheap commodities for the use of tho people fairly world wcro recivilized countries in tho give the description of tlio goods. during tho period covered by the Investiaro beneficial, nnd the senntor from Khodo Into consumption, tho Investigation is oi alizing op account of modern Improvethis I think that anybody who examines The rKtl Will Uunip Held. higher at Island (Mr. Aldrich), speaking hero thrco but little value so far as it attempts to ments nnd discoveries and tho practical gation, and thoy were that muchbeginning. table, which makes a correct exhibit of Tho troublo Is not between Reid nnd days ago as tho chosen champion of that stato the effect of increase in prices upon application of them in their industrial nnd itn close than they wero nt tho goods after tho of these the cost of living. The senator from Rhode Island stated tlio ImportationsMcKinley act, and the rates tlio printers. Tho peoplo nro nt the STBtcm. bases his defenso of the tariff act commercial pursuits? passage of thu bo seen from his printed The senator hero presented elaborated "dump" now. Columbus Post. of 1800 almost solely upon tho ground that we nlso investigated generally, ns will Hut, Mr. President, In the committee's had that of taxation upon them, will scarcely ever it has reduced prices and enlarged the for- tables showing a trick declino in prices; it the wholesale prices of the samo articles speech, that the committeedeclino foundprices contend hereafter that tho foreign proIn been ft method of proving a while there had eign commercoof the country. when they had ilurlag the bamo period, m several aitrercm thero had been nn lncreaso of of 1 ducer pays the duty ho will go back to in That was not tho purposo of the authors took nrlces nt a date of 1880. McKinley bill, my friend tho in anticipation cities nnd in various establishments in per cent in wages, whereas I assert now, the old "delusion" with which ho wus afand supporters of that law at the time It risen (Mr. and at another In 1801, when they wcro ut each city, and my stntcmcut would not be with tho tables before me, that tho only from Iowa 1870, Allison) says passed congress, as is conclusively shown thnt tho American concomplete- without giving tho result of that Instances In which any lueiensoof wages flicted iu by tho report which was made to the tho lowest. He added: : of it. To go no farther back to find the influ- investigation. That investigation shows, taking tho wholo together, wero sumer nnvs at least n part gotten over thnt occurred, liouso of representatives when tho bill was Mr. AIllsoii I have not We mean the famous fifteen substantially unprotected report Mr. ence of tho McKinley act upon tho retail whnt Is tho common observation of everyin thoso presented to that body. In that industries, aud I will show presently that yet. Carlisle Thu senator says ho hies McKinley, speaking for himself and all prices of commodities, wo find thnt from body, that wholesale priceB respond more story, Mr. and Including Oct. 1, 1800, until June 1, pronvptly to disturbing causes than retiiil In tho fifteen highly protected Industries committee, tho Republican members of tho :- -: not recoveictl yet. Uut tho senator may 1801, tho prices increased as follows: On prictu. The reasons for this nro obvious. In which tho rntes of wages had increased said: foreign producer pays tho believe now so much concerned Oct 1, 1800, the Increase was $1,833,333 ovet In tho first placo the wholesale trndo Is .before the McKinley bill passed there was somo part ofthnt tax upon nrtlcles imported "Wo havo not been the Nov. 1, 1800, the Sept. 1; about tho prices of tho articles we consumo tho prices on $3,41C,CC0; onon Deo. 1, fj7,500,-000- ; located ulmost exclusivelyof In tho great 'a decrease after It passed. If nny of theso Into this country. If ho does, ho has, comparativecities, and is in tho hands fifteen general occupations nro or cau bo na we have been to encourago a system of increase was by mistake or otherwise, assisted in :on Jnn. 1, 1801, it was $10,033,333; on ly n few men, while tho retail trade Is scatprotected or in nny way assisted by tho either home production which Bhall give fair remaking ft gross misappropriation of the muneration to domestic producers and fair Feb. 1, 1681, It wus $11,083,333; on iuarcn i, tered all over tho couutry nnd Isiuthe tariff, it must bu cabinet makers and public money In tho McKinley net, for by Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1801, It was $11,080,000; on April 1 it was hands of a great many men. molders of Iron, nnd yet, although tho Mcwages to American workmen, and by inprovides $12,000,000; on May 1 it was $8,750,000. and Tho wholesale dealers anil tho manufacKinley tnrlff act increased tho duties on which ho voted. That act to duty that which is now being pubcreased production and home competition are subject on Juno 1 it was $3,CC0,C00. turers of the goods thoy sell look forward :- household or cabinet furniture, tho wages when raw materials to consumers." insure fair prices Imported into tho United States and conto coming events, keep themselves in of cabinet makers fell after Its passage, roe report says: What the Peoplo Spend. And again, verted hero into manufactured articles lished in these columns of movements Inconuress uud else and although It reduced thu duties upon which Mr. President, there have been many at"Your committee has not sought by the exported for sale abroad to tho tempts niade to ascertain tho total annual where, aud tako advantage of them In all forms of Iron castings except hollow citizensaro other countries, tho domestic serial form. proposed legislation to further cut down of whllo tho retail dealer, as n gencrnl ware, coated, glazed or tinned, tho wages at tho expenso of our own prosperi- expenditures of the peoplo of tho United prices manufacturer, producer or exporter shall ty, but to providowith certainty against States for articles of consumption. Mr. rule, gives less attention to disturbing In- Iu that occupation increased after its pas- have n drawback equal to tho amount of This masterpiece of ficfluences, becnuso ho has hisstock on hand, sngo. increasing competition from other that duty paid less 1 per cont. If tho foreigner gentleman who has purchases! at tho old prices, and ho conI do not mako this statement for the pays that duty, why In tho nemo of comcountries whoso conditions our peoplo nro Edward Atkinson,a a tion, has enthralled countless of thought, unwilling to adopt. Wo have not believed given this subject grent dealreports nnd tinues to Bell It substantially nt tho old purposo of showing that tho act Itself In- mon sense nnd common honesty do wo" pass census that our people, already Buffering from estimates from ofour total population of prices until ho lnyB In a now stock at tho creased wages In tho ono case or decreased ft law to pay it back to tho Standard 0(1 thousands of readers in the that new prices. low prices, can or will bo satisfied with other datapeoplo in tho United States them in tho other. My purposo Is simply exports An elaborate tWo ou tho fluctuations to show that the tariff does not nflect company, or to homebody elsu who legislation which will result in lower 05,000,000 engaged thowhnt aro called gaindays that are behind us. oils, meats or cans mndo from Imported In are of wholesale prices was here presented. wages at all except to diminish their purprices." earning wages, or salaries, during tho four chasing power, because If It did wo could tin plate? An honebt legislator who beful occupations, This table shows that Its Advocate! Swept Aside. It is old, yet ever new, lieves tho foreigner pays the tax would inlncomo of Ilero is a clear and emphatic declaration and thnt the average annual which thoy months preceding Oct. 1, 1880, wholesale prove two wholly Inconsistent propositions 23,000,000 peoplo, upon above tho normal or to lo true first, that tariffs raise wnges, sist upon giving It back to tho forelgnor prices hatl never risen by tho authors Of tho mcasuro, that it was these out of which the and it has no counterpart in of tho United not intended to reduce prices, thnt It would and all tho other people Is ftlOO, making initial point, oxcept In August, and then and secondly that tariffs reduce wages. who sold us thu tin pinto nnd not to the of 1 per cent, Tho man who wants to employ labor does cans wero manufactured, tlopond for support, only they wcro not, in fact,,' reduce prices, nnd that tho States who convert that the literature of today. people would not bo satisfied with any for tho yenr $13,800,000,000. Deducting 0 higher. In September they wero lower just what is dona by every other man who corporations and others cent, from that for federal, stato nnd thnn tho initial price, nnd they never wants to procuro anything he gets It at material Into cans and then export them reper legislation which would produce that Read it while it runs; it municipal taxc.aud 10 per cent for sav- receded to that point ajjnln until August, tho very lowest ratQ at which tho law of and their contents to be sold abroad to tho sult ings or additions to tho permanent wealth 1801, a period of nearly two years, and then supply and demnnd will enable him to get people of other countries nt lower prices may not come this way prices of commodiThe theory that high 1 per cent, than thoy can bo sold to their osrn fellow ties nre beneficial to the community at of the country, thoro Is left $11,582,000,000 thoy weru only It, tariff or no tariff. Tho employer purcitizens. I therefore feel justified In sayit. to bo expended by the peoplo for their suplnrwn. nnd that the McKlnloy law would sues tlio same course, whether ho Is In a ing that no gentleman who supported tlio again. I increase them, was abandoned by the ad-- I port The group of "cloths nnd clothing" se- free trudo country or In n protectlvo counWVWIVMWtVW MoKJuIcy act In congress, nor Mr. McKinimmediately after Tho Hon. D. A. Wells, by n different prolected by tho commltteo for tho purposo of try. vocatcs of that measure iS3 s$spt2.a. vsas ytr uact, ley himself, although ho goes about tho investigating wholesale prleea contnlns cess, arrives at tho conclusion, after overy part or the counIts passage, and in The general statement mndo by tho sen"- T' 0 per cent for taxes and 10 per sixty-twarticles In general use among ator from Rhode Island that tho wages of country proclaiming that tho foreigner cither denied that try they faced about and pays tho duty, really believes a word of It. cent for permaneut savings or additions to the people, aud on tho 1st of December, lal)rrose75-100thso- f 1 percent, during tho higher prices, in fact, prevailed or contendfor Dut I tender an apology to thu senate congress assemthore reof tho tno 1880, when tho Fifty-firs- t period of investigation was true only of attempting to discuss such an absurd Has never before been pubed that they wcro not produced by bet- tho wealth expendedpeoplo, that for their suppoit the bled, tho prices of only flvo of them had mains to bo tariff act. Tho people, however, knew tho fifteen unprotected occupations and proposition pebeginning of $11,057,400,000, or n little moro ter from personal experience and observa sum Atkinson estimates, but ho thluks thnn advanced since tho thirteen of of the had sliould.havo been qualified accordingly. in newspaper form, Now, Mr. President, whllo speaking of lished that riod. Tho prices of them Mr. I havo already said that wo ascertained tin plat'AWJrght to refer to n statement tion in their tinny transneuous, nuu " of them hatl neither fallen, and forty-fiv- e of that tariff act Is somewhat too large. vembcr, 1800, the authoi tho rates of wages in fifteen other industhis is by tho senntor If $10,000,000,000 represents tho annual advanced nor declined. The tariff act tries, and I will now cnumerato them in madothe people of thofrom Rhode Island, and wero swept irpm vne iiouso m rvinwwuwj-tlvesby- a United States paid passed tho house of representatives on tno order that senators may determine for that of moro than 600,000 expenditures for commodities, then majority y represents the monthly expendi21st day of May, 1800, and by tho 1st of themselves whether thoy nro industries to tho Welsh manufacturers of that article ft Rare Chance lo Read votes, Nover In the history of the couu-trcents per box in tho year 1801 sovcnty-Blsuch u storm of popular tures, und ns wo havo tho Increase of prices Juno following thu prices of sixteen of tho which tho tariff Is Intended to protect; has there been moro than tho profits which thoy wcro according to tho Importance of tho articles articles embraced iu this group had inany single act of legisindignation against thoy are thu manufactures of bar iron, It in Easy creased, and any one who will examlno the boots and shoes, cotton goals, cotton nnd rcalUlng before, that time. This U unstated by quarters, tho result is not difflation as that which overwhelmed tho report of the commltteo will seu that from woolen uCbtK cruclblo steel, fllut uluss, doubtedly top true. It la ccrtnluly truo measure in 1S00, ami as a icult to ascertain. of this ThJ,s is tho table hureiofaro referred to, thq 1st day of August, 1800, the articles from Rhode. iciult wettow have tho Breckenridge Pro-iltic- fslaml iviiil all flio oTner'frlctiils oT tho protective system who havo recently spoken upon tho subject confessing that high prices nro not beneficial to tho peoplo and that tho original aud avowed purposo of the net was wrong; In other words, thoy now contend that the net has been n success solely because It failed to "accomplish what it was intended to accomplish. Aldrlch's Fnlno Conclusion. My purpose hero today Is to show that the tariff act of 1800 did, in fact, interfere with this natural tendency toward n declino in tho prices of commodities nnd n rlso In tho rates of wages; that It did, In fact, mako It harder and moro expensive for tho masses of tho people of tho United States to live. Tho senator hero read an extract from tho speech of Senator Aldrich, who claimed that prices had so far declined and "wages so far advanced as to make a total gain to tho peoplo of NSi.OOO.OOO per year as a result of tho Mckinley bill and continued: Mr. President, 1 admit that on a single day after tho passage of tho MoKlnloy bill, nnd during the period covered by the Investigation, tho retail prices of tho 215 articles selected by the committee, taking them altogether and giving to each ono of 1 one the same importance, per cent, lower thnn they wcro at tho beginning of tho period, nnd thnt on the same day, which was tho last day included in tho investigation, the cost of living in tho United States, giving to cntih article its relative Importance ns an element In expenditures for consumption, had de- anil it requires no explanation except to ny thnt the second column shows the Increase iu thu cost of living ut the end of each quarter over what it was at tiro be ginning of the period: er.utict tinsiirrpoTnmt g'rtiUp, toTc'lpg them nil together, never fell to their original or Initial prlee until Sept. 1, 1801, the last day of tho Invcstlctation, nnd then i :- If lilt "S't'llKfiK 1 r ST. I . rOWWKWBOCKW 1 School Wf Books ''tS. "C3 o and School '. Suppl . ll f - i ". Wholesale and x? - Ret; a Liberal Discount to m The Tri co - ' BOOKS Are YOUJReading It? TABLETS The Scarlet Letter, SATCHELS - ETC e, Jno. D. -- Bag ICloverport, bo-lo- cffrcescsacscasxi o The Scarlet Letter "rWf x Slages. r s, .. MtJti 4y4Hff 3?4&i0wlit BrbckeH mi n-j- !S. ; avi'i'u T'-y M, IS12. GIRL IA Trt 1 bohind in tho rnco down tho river. When tho broadhom was tho THEFORCBBILLISSUE little, maiden, in her dripping garments, was lifted carefully lind deposited on ft THE SOUTH ALARMED AT THE PROSblanket, which some thoughtful memPECT OF NEGRO DOMINATION. ber of tho crow hud spread on top of tho Bkiff X conl. rtPANESE i."'1' Imllin tlcc: ""Mdiril mUK'tii races "''"iBL.f. .nln In llic wiivcs . nilteiu'ii Intra ""kIm l will which' . '"KTi-e- l J'J flovuu 'uvv '''"!. n jWisnilvcr llio puriilu , tlio ntuisct i dani-Jiiriver Khl wlioro our Mi kc frro. " "l0 bmwl hwi blver '."i..i..... niiniu '"Mlio imrtlmuril w here lies Jnnva; m BJ"H' pleiwiint nuil soft volrnl mnlilci fe therv, too dluluntl 0 Viwbl Bnn! .. k iinuiT mniw rinuiiH oy inusiorin minis onuAnd rl, iui the n null flint. Fit If Dentil, nut Time, linil Ink en i nuay from your beautiful Joo camo on board, and resuming tho steering oar ordered: "Two of ypu fellows take tho skiff and run n lino down and make it fast to that big treo on tho Kentucky bank. We'll tio up and give Jack Williams n chance to come back and pick up his passengers that bo's scattering around so careless like." It was a difficult task to lay tho two heavy knits alongside tho shoro without sustaining any injury, for tlley were so frail that tlio least touch upon a rock or snag would have meant instant destruction Tlio Safety ami rolltlrnl I'reettnm nf the Smith I)eemlii Uinn the. Riieeen nf th IlriniK-ruClCiirt) Defeat Means Thrulilntn, Slavry ftiwl Itiiln. e nl cc. were Ocntli, of frlvmli, my fairest! Utliiut rcml our spirits In twain. me too near la liu Itwit I linn nearest vorli hero true lieartH inlnuloncaln. KJliu liimr wo BiRli furenull In, wncnover mey nnmo Japan, inc. , all eliarm, of tliu liiml )im ilwell In u lu dajliiu "O Vfmhl Katil" -l- Uwton (llube. & BOY BOATMAN. r "uroauhorns impair of heavily laden coal na thov were swept out of the Ohio and, tliu current of the mighty Mia- - J ' began the second stage of the to Now Orleans. Numbering, cumbrous crafts had U the way from Pittsburg under lutnnnd of .loo Iriclr, a most skill- Hot These coal boats wuro jwch- instructed vessels, but tliev nre liflgs of the past, their placet) lieing Wby large barges, which are ak anil lortli by steamers. PfTTtt Imllt if l.innli l.lnn lumrila tty selected, and any pieco of lum- lalning but n single hunt was ro- f No nails were used in putting cr together, but wooden pins Ey &1 for. biil yesscla were loaded deep froui the mines, then two together hide by side, and "of t thirty-fiv- o or forty men 'serenely down the Ohio and to their destination, ta which our htory opens Joe i standing in the stern of one of It,. with tho long steering oar in EuiiHng his broadhom on itfl way. bun wna a lad nlwut sixteen Lot age, a handsome, intelligent ,y, who seemed to lie wrapm-fcder and admiration at thoBiibliin-'hjScene that stretched out before d Jimmy, my son, we'ro on tho sissippi oncu more. Let mo see; tho third timo for you, isn't it?" undo, you know you have taken lice yourself to Now Orleans." tit s a fact, Jim. But you see I m K old and am apt to forget little ljko a trip down river. Now 1 tell within fifteen or twenty firry times I've been down stream." its not to be wondered at," ro- tho boy, respectfully, "for yon .pilot long before I was lorn. I. youiler coiiies a hMi pressure stream," and Jimmy minted to Cloud of black smoke which was but of tho doublu stacks of a rteuiiier that was approaching. I.lior come, my lad, let her come. to keep out of our way. Now. (it uld j'ou say," continued lilck. B'l toll you tiio name of that craft; tat's more, the name of the man Jooking nt us now out of her CoTiiud likely enough wishing down among tho cattish for tig to get in his course, l es. that s tho River Queen, and Jtams is her pilot." In you lie so positivo at such a skrd tho bov. his cuzo still rtbo' boat. k, w: that exhaust," aud Jo. his head so ns to bottoi Peculiar sound. "There isn't poker' betwixt Cairo and tho such .a voice as that. Now when wo meet Williams, he'll Jlvar Queen as closo to this as lie dares to. Its an old Ho thinks to frighten us. WT lioss that don't frighten so tell yon one thing, Jimmy, np that caiier once too often. u'lioscndsa pair of bouts with u;ht to the bottom of the I'm under tWti impression L'nors will lire him ivdioio on ud then he'll have to take to tar himself, like tho rest of us." thlio the steamer was within a I of our friend, when she wan rigo her courso a fraction. joy, didn't 1 tell you? Jack as htarb od his helm, think- our hair!" Then in a loud could lmvo been heard pof tlio river to the other, 1)11, "Villiamst Up to your old Snf I reckon you wouldn't 4infV(Mi1iln iif f'lmiiL'liiL' vtmr o n j r-- ud a known Joo Irick was lie doti't belong to tliu returned tho man in i'tlat house. "Oil, no, I ," fashbout to answer, a shrill reheard, issuing from tho 1V onoHgh on tho stream for fc's as you ami I." fowu you into tho bank. tho steamer, and the same W8jseeu to fall fipm tho cncawi uecic to mo water. Jltnniy. the boy boatman. the ccxH until he reached 'OToaahoni. and then femoiinto tho muddy i stream, Then its the iinu i W.t began to near the land two long pnYs were run out to feud them oif from too bank. This work completed, Joo turned his attention to tho littlu suilrivr, by wIkmu side his ucphewhad remained, endeavoring to quiet her hysterical sobbing, aiil to asstiro her that slto ueed not fear, that all danger was past. " 'Pears to me, little ono, you took a mighty sudden bath," said Irick, with a .smile, as ho looked down at the tear stained face of tho child. "Oh, sir, it wtis terrible! I was reaching over to look at your boats as they jiasbed when 1 lost my balance and fell." "That's it," returned tho pilot grimly. "If Williams hadn't boon up his cniers and kept his vessel where it belonged, you wouldn't havo had to reach clear over tho sido in order to seo a couple of heaps of coal nnd a number of ragged lioatmen going by you. But hero comes tho Iliver Queen after us, and you'll soon be safo and sound with your friends again, my littlu one." "Oh, yes, and I havo you to thank for wiving mo." replied tho maiden, looking at Jimmy in such a maimer as to catuo tho warm blood to mantle the boys check. "Papa will lie very grateful to you, and 1 know when ho conies to take mo av.ay ho will give yon a handhoui present, "Oh. 1 could not think of accepting anything in payment of a duty widen plainly devolved ujh! mi'." stammeied the young linatiiiun. "NovorthclotK, know ho will insist upon doing something for you. Ho thinks so much of me am suro ho would rather give tho wholo of his steamer than to havo me drowned. Papa owns the Rivei Queen, didn't yon know it'r" "What's that, missV" asked Joo in astonishment. "Is Stpiire Carroll your father:'" "That's what tlio people at tho plantation call him. lint at Now Orleans or Cairo he is known ivs Mr. Carroll." "Then, boy," exclaimed tho bluff old pilot, slapping Jimmy on tho should r, "you've done n big stroke of work for yonrself this day, and we'll see you a "Branch pilot" within a twelvemonth I hope you'll try to teach that Williams some seuse. It's just this way. miss," continued Joe, turning to tin girl, "my nephew has wanted for so: ie time to go steaiiiboating, but I've never been able to get him a chance; so if you'd just as lief ask your futher to let lum havo a berth aboard the River Queen when we moot her at Oi leans 'twould bu lining him a great kindness.' "Tho request is granted without of a liu intorl ' declared a tall, line looking gentleman, who had come alongside the coal boat in one ot the steam er's skiffs in time to hear the speech of Joe Irick. - "My precious child is restored to me," clasping tho littlu girl in hisarms. Then the fond father deposited her again upon the blanket, aud turning to Jimmy grasped the boy's hand aud wrung it fervently. "Yes, my bravo lad. You shall be second pilot of tho River Queen. And Mr. Irick," to Joo, "as no doubt you feel that you would be tho Ixwt instructor of your nepliow, you shall go first." "Oh, thank you, sir, thank you, sir," stammered tho veteran lioatmau, overwhelmed with surprise and gratitude. "But, sir, you forget Williams. Ho's a right good man, is Jack, aud I'd never be tho ono to do anything that would tako tho bread and butter out of his month, though ho does cut up capers sometimes, and causo the Jiroadhom men a heap of nervousness." "Williams shall bo cared for," smilingly returned tho wealthy man. "Ho will have n new steamer after the next trip, and it is partially through his recommendation that I decided to placo tho RiVer Queen in your hands. Nov, I must bid you goodby, for your old friend up in the pilothouse there is anxious to bo on his way to Cairo. Farewell till wo meet at New Oilcans. Do not leave tho city till you see me." Then, taking the damp form of his rescued child in his aims, Mr. Carroll hastened to tho bteumgr, whoso ciow cast loose from tho buhlc, and in a few moments was out of sight up river. Tho coal boatmen weie too much eluted to resume their journey that day. "No, sir," said Joo Irick, as ho skipped buck aud forth over tho shining heap, "wo don't float another mile till tomorrow morning. Tho lxiys shall havo a rest while I go ashoro at Hickman and end a letter to Polly, my wife, and lot her know that her husband has been rated chief pilot of ono of the finest boats on tho river, aud it was all owing to that nepliow of hers, Jim, tho Uiy boatman of the Mississippi." Henry Mai I ton in Yankee Ulado. 1 1 tin-ai- When the pilot saw that tho lino had been properly secured ho sent Iii3 iwist-an- t forward to tho "gouging oar," while lie himself wielded tho "tteerer, mid his men pulled lustilv at the sweep to swing tho Ihjws of llio bni.tilhoru up "Wo aro not worrying ourselves over tho threat of such a measure." says tho Charleston News nnd Courier, referring to tho force bill. Yet who will worry over tho threat of such it measuro if tho southern peoplo tlo not? Manifestly, Tho News and Courier is not speaking for tho people of South Carolina, and it certainly is not speaking for tho Democratic party of that stato. Thero Ls no commonwealth in Ylio south tint has moro to fenr from federal control of elections by tlw Republicans,!!! bohalf of tho negro party. We n:o not discussing tho matter with tho Cliai lesion paticr. Thero is no room for di tcussion. Woiiro mcielj quoting tho rtmui'k of Tho News and Cornier to show how exceptional it is how it flies in Uio t'.tco of tho facts how It tho situation. Tilt) Republicans have iniido the threat of force bill legislation the chief ill their platform, nnd tho t unth will havo to accept it as such, however anxious thoy may bo to avoid it. In Georgia, as in South Carolina and nil over tho south, circumstances will innko tho force bill tho issue for tho reason that tho interests at stako nro incomparably more important than those affected by any other issue. Tho torfff is important and interesting as asubjeptof discussion, but to makoit nu issue at tho south with tho force bill impending would be nonsense Tariff reform caimot lio an issno hero whero it has no opponents. Tho minds of tho voters aro mado up on it Thoy indorse tho Democratic declarations in favor of a tailff for revenue, only, and that issuf-flcen- t. misro-pieseuts h h h IHH H h H H B Ih jh OF- - ifl 1 IK ih h h h h Mm gE)j V taa U AT-- Owensboro, Ky ffi&dffi&fi&&!&& H H I '- -3 , - if v. pt Tho threat of force bill legislation is tho chief, tho absorbing issue in tho south becnuso it it tho first clinUengo of tho peoplo in tho Republican platform; becauw tho reply to this challcngo hold tho first place in tho Democratic plat form, and because it is tho ono isuo which, on account of tho tremendous in teiests involved, will ketip tho Djmo-crati- c party of tlio south together. In this, nil Democratic leaders and representative Democratic editors 'tifrreo. Wo liavo not seen tho gist of this great iwmo moro pithily put than in the f ol lowing extract from a resolution presented to tho convention of Democrats in Bibb county and unanimously adopted: llcullzlnit tkut tlio safety anil political freedom sf tills wellon ilvptni upon tlio success of tho Democratic party tn November next; thut tho chief plank of tlio platform of the Itepulllean p.irty U liobtlllty to tho txiuth nnd her people; that the political battlo of 1802 ls o to bo woKed by tliulteimtdlc.insimdertheKfiiji-battllp, cry. ami under tho banner nf which for a quarter of n century h.vr been made against the liberties, property nnd happiness of tho southern people, we urgo all truo Dcmoernts to rink all local differences c.t ol sight, fnrgit cver)thhiK elso except tbnt their own Nife.y and tliu surety of their ham and institutions depend uxm freedom from (he Interference of ftderal marshalii nnd federal tmjoni-tKas ucll as upon the oerthrov of I. ' Republican paity In llio cumins contest. To lie united In to Wiu fcuicctr; to bo divided Into i ma ns prosperity for court failure .Sikh-nthli KM'tlon, iHilitlcnl freedom and control o iill'nlr-- . Defeat menus alltlcul tlirnl imr nun dom.sluv.-rand ruin. This covers the wholo ground brielli leiuk--Bli, y tB ll fl KKk 9 ll B H v v. 8p i 'ySiH?'!0!' ff flvi'gH f5!kS$:f5y yfyfc&&)!('$$PRi'$t'fiw'& The Breckenridge County Base Ball Club will play the dwensboro Club for the Championship of Western Kentucky. Saturday, Sept. 3rd, 1892. ):5j3Ea nnd clearly. It outlines tho sitmitiir and poiuts to tho responsibility which rests on ail Democrats tlio duty tin i owe to themselves, their neighbors, thc.'r state and their countiy. Atlanta Con stuution. Hutu Held tleninliirt. Tlio Tofoxal of William JCnnipbell to servo as chairman of tho Republican commit tco lemiuds us that rats leave a sitikiu,,' tdiip. If this tiling is kept ' p Reid will lo tlio only rodent on boarc tlio Harrison craft when it goes dowi next November. St. Louis Republic. Anil Its tir IU'puullciui (lore. Tammany appears to luvvo got on i's war paint, and tho New York Republicans who havo been counting so conf! dontly on aid from that quarter woiuY ik well to look out for their scalis. Grand Sachem Crokcr has sounded the warwhoop. Boston Ueruld. iH mi HH K$FKKX5&CwT5&cKA&FZyttn& :i M n Ji ii m r M " m r m " K m n WH M ih 1 V Br V h Kr VBIPffV fvTj HM n V Mi f.SVKi rind n V rt'VHY nV M V t YwT"'ji,l'i Kiaih ir k ilfri rM We offer those who wish to see Base Ball and those who wish to see a Booming City a chance to do so at the lowest i Whut Ills Ctimlldiiry Mihiim. The candidacy of Mr. Harrison stands for tho forco bill, interfering with the right aud duties of tho states, violating tho prlnciplo of self government nnfi homo rulo and tending to sectional trou bio mid commercial disastcr.--Seattl- o rate ever offered. Telegraph. Dii.rlemles of llilllntn. In a free cuintry liko this, whero manhood 8uffr.ago rules, most evils and abuses can bo voted summarily out of ojcistenco. Barricades of ballots will effectually check tho cohorts of tho party of monotwly next November. Boston Globe, Two Deep, Murk JStosr If you want to vantage of this opportunity. see the country around about Owensboro. is Your Time Old and 3 oung, big and little should take - We invite you to go with us on ad- - Harrison is uneasy aliont tlie forco bill and' Reid about his labor record. No doubt each i,n his troubled dreams has exclaimed, "Out damned spot!" But all the tears of Republicanism cannot wipe theso stains away. Birmingham News. "Cleveland All tho Moro Surely." No statu is doubtful fbr purposes of n Democratic victory becanso of n heavy Alliaueo element. Tho steady Demo- Stain. above named date, and see so much for so little. The bst of order will be had on train. ? -- I, INDUCEMENT LOWEST RATES. A DAY "! . cratic consolation in such casus ls that it means Mr. Cleveland all tho moro surely. Boston Olobo. They Wtwo Then) for Tlutt. Tho census enumerators counted 03, 070,700 peoplo in this country- - in 1800, but they overlooked n considerable number in Democratic districts. St. Louis Post-Dispatc- 'V oata wore drifting fully tour, W)til tho steamer, lkll good time tsgmsetiuonuy, ki mo nine tlio River to act &jjth0 "second : Iways carried it, and seat- tart held it in Hud his burden roach. Joo seized the it Into tha boat, saviour ud duTso: field of tlio stern and hang pil "I can pall down to tho ;You won't get any wetter i now and tlioro s no uangcr Uping nt your toes. jclo Joo. von t botJMir tiverlianl tho boats bo- l And tho boy striking iiinlly aid leayo tue no ptcKeti woman," was tho way Georgo W. Louthan, cu tho Smoky City, began a story at tho Llndell. "1 was standing in frout of n jiopular resort in Denver, chatting with some boon companions, when tho Indy marched up to mo and said, severely, 'Georgo, I havo been looking for you,' and beforo I could make rejdy she took my arm nnd inarched mo off to n carriage. Mechanically I got in, and sho drove off with me, berating mo sonndly meanwhile. I said notbiug, but kept wondering who sho could be. 8ho npjwiirwl to havo a roster of my faults, for sho enumerated thorn all. Presently sho stopped before a rather pretentious dwelling, and 1 thought it timo to usk for un explanation. She turned uxu mo quite indignantly, stopped, looked hnrd at ino, then stammered forth bu apology. She had mistakon mo for her husband. 1 accepted her apology on condition thai the lecturo sho had given mo should not bo warmed over for tho man who looked liko mo. Sho promised, nnd I escuiod." St. Louis Globe-Democra- t. "I was onco kidnaped by a pretty Her Ilimtmiiil In I.nt-- fur Once. IN OWENSBORO. . i And Ile'i Aided by Protection. Carneglo has undortakon to crush organized labor. Bo seeks to cheapen its work and put it completely undor his control. Macon (Go.) Telegraph. Umbrella Ktrquctte In Turkey. In China ladies are attended by servants who hold umbrellas over their heads. Tho Chinese and Jajuiucso introduce both tho umbrella and parasol into their decorative work and athletic sports. In western Turkey it is necessary to close an umbrella on meeting people of high rank, and a Eurojiean traveler who was passing ono of the palaces of the sultan was nearly run through liy the guard beforo ho comprehended that ho must put down tho open umbrella ho carried. Every ono jmssing the actiiwl residence of tho sultan lowers bis umbrella as a salutation to "tho brother of the sun aud the moon," Detroit Free Prew. t f . A GREAT GAME OF BASE BALL. A TRIP DOWN THE L., St. L. & T. R'Y. ,(t . '' f . YOUR ONLY CHANCE OF THE SEASON. Ask your Station Agentfor other Soe small bills for Fare and Time of train at your Station. information, fCV '' PEAITK HASWELL :& J. WHITWOETH, Managers oif Train. N - z r a iSMBBmmmM Dr. J. M. Clayton, Mrs. Mr. Physician pected down Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Xolte have returned Office oivr Payne it Cu't IFardnare Store. from Rock Cnstlc Springs. OLOVEnPORT. KY. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. iWu were in tho city shopping yesterday, AT lawyer Scott Morrison, of Ilinvcsville, was in tho city Monday night. Mrs. J. C. Cully, of Louisville, is tho OANNELTON, IND. mndo to order In the best stylo. guest of Mis. MePherHon. Suite Rev. Dr. J. B. Cottrell arrived in tho Perfect fit gunrnnteod. Orders solicited. city last night, from his trip in the Wist. Surgeon, I'd. Gregory is quite sick. J. t. Cully, of LtiiitovlH, is ex- Merchant Tailor, A. A. Simons, M. D. Office oivr J. KIRST, Physician p Surgeon lireclenridge Hank. CLOVERPORT, KY. 4? IV vt I k- - h to .. $ n Saturday, and is able to glvo its readers tho complete proceedings. o Our prediction last week as to what they would do was very nearly correct. They did not openly indorse any "Pee-pee- " candidate or mako a public fusion, OiSi Claim & Pension .Agent though thero was a Btrong efi'ort mado to 0VQY4 accomplish it, but tho "straight-outs- " STEPHENSPORT, KY. outtriggered tho "fuslonists" anddownod them. News. , Breckenridgp Tho county chairman, R. N. Miller, being nbsont, tho convention was called WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1892. to order by G. P. Jolly. m Jesso R. Eskridgo, In a eulogising BREVITIES. of Cloverport and her industries, LOCAL speech MANUFACTURING CLOTHIERS, placed tho Hon. Jonas Wilson, of Clover-verpor- t, is-- 1 GO UNDER. THE JEWS before tho house as permanent It will bo fun to go to tho Itnlnbow chairman, nnd ho was unaniaiously Ten. Friday night. Goodman & Klein Make An Assigolected. .lease R. Esk ridge was chosen Ico cream ovory evening nnd night nt nmentA Ba'd Break. secretary, and the convention immediMartin's drug store. )SWMWBSBMte r ately proceeded to business. A llttlo stir was made In tho Clovci-poYM Mr' JM,IS IIn11 and wifu ero vlsiti,18 The chair appointed V. B. Burton, G. commercial world last Saturday J his paienta last week. when it was known that Goodman l P. Jolly and II. L. Morton a committee ' " Mr. and Mrs Win. Hall lmvo returned Klein, clothiers and gent's furnishers, on resolutions. In presenting tho resofrom n pleasant visit to Custer. had modo an assignment and closed up lutions, Burton could not let tho opporMiss Ilnttio May, of Hanlinsburg, is tunity slip to talk out of his mouth and shop. visiting tho Misses Hall this week. . They have been in business hero ho Immediately shot off into a " bloody shirt speech in which Rainbow fen rresbyterlan Church about twelve months, and, besides run- Friday night. Do yon catch on ? ning tho stoic, they have engaged exten- "starry bluo fields," "secession rebels" sively in tho peddling business. Their and "state's rights" mingled promiscous-ly- . Horn, to tho wife of Hobt. French, a The speech fell rather fiat upon the placo lias been headquarters for Bovoral lino boy, Thursday, tho 18th inst. Dutch and Jew peddlers, who took great Intelligent poition of tho convention. is to bo a success tho Rainbow Tea. It pucks of goods out, both on their backs John Haswoll, Jr., followed in a pretty Don't you want to bo theie? Friday. logical littlo talk, after which tho resoluand in spring wagons. Engino No. 2 is in the shops from When the firm ceased business, it was tions were adopted. - He'ndorson, for a gcnoral overhauling. Noxt came the ballotlngbn candidates. found that what looked like a largo stock Mis Nannio Stephens, of Holt, reof goods consisted mostly of empty box Just at tills time, and before there weio turned from French Lick Springs last Their assets will not reach over any names placed beforo tho convention, es. week. SiiOO. while their liabilities aio about a letter from the West View Republican mostly with Louisvillo mer- club was handed tho secretary which $.1,500, Mr. Job. Taylor, of Evansvillo, Ind., chants. Attaching creditors aro disre stated that they were Republicans and succeeds Mr. Ling as machinist at tho garding and trying to set aside tho as- would not support any candidate for any shops. signment. Hon. 1. R. Murray is tho as- office but a Republican, advising the G. Wright, of Lyonia, Mr. and Mrs. A. signee, but has not yet accepted the placing of a full Republican ticket in Ky., aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pattho field for every office from A to Z; tiust. terson. and warning the convention not to moke PURE BONE MEAL, Louisville, is the Dr. L. W. German, BRANDENBURG. any fusion with any party if thoy wished INSTRUCTOR IN guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Conrnd this PURE ACIDULATED BONE, their support. Tills was rather a stunweek. Mr. Mason McMinglo is at home on u ner, and Win. Hawkins moved that tho GILEAD PHOSPHATE, Miss Rosa Allen hits returned to Princevisit. convention take a vote on the subject. spending tho Bummer at her Louiston after OHIO VALLEY PHOSPHATE, Will Grinnel spent Sunday in This was done, and It resulted in thirty-nin- e homo here. ville. votes for n full ticket and seventeen Georgo Frymlro is visiting friends against. Fresh bananas, watermelons, cantol-operocoanuta and lemons at Martin's hero now. ALSO Tho namo of Sherman Ball was offered POTATO TOBACCO drug store of Louisville, spent as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk Dr. Lou Moromen. opposiand ho was nominated without (In connection with Weaver's Business College.) Miss Stella B. Wcatherholt is visiting Sunday at home. and accepted tho her aunt, Mrs. F. M. Ryun, at .loilerson- Dabnoy Ruwhngs visited relatives tion. Ball was present nomination in a weak and embarrassed villo, lnd. BOOK-KEEPINPENMANSHIP & ARITHMETIC. near Big Spring last week. Chas. Bolder sold his fine grey maro of Big Spring manner. Daisy and Mary Meador, Noxt in order was a nomination for to Henry Morwick, of Tell City, Ind. visited at Judgo Woolfolks last weok. Sheriff, and, while they were triggering All High Grade AMAL HATTER Goods, Prico, $150. Prof. Gus Brown and family, of Clo. around trying to mako up a ticket, Unele is a thief 'An anonymous letter-write- r verport, aro visiting relatives hero. Gid true to his convictions that thero and a scoundrel. Face tho music! Miss Mattio McGohco visited Miss should bo no further nominations made It. L. fiovtsotu. got in his work by moving that tho Emma English near Stophcnsport last Taylor Beard is tho happiest man in weok. convention adjourn. The vote was takHardinsburc. It is a girl, born Sunday, Mrs. Harrit t Powell left Sunday for en and less than twenty rose to their tho 14th inst. Kansas to visit her daughter Mis. feet, voting affirmatively, the remainder CINCINNATI DESICCATING CO. Mrs. A. J. Turpin and daughter, Miss remaining seated, not voting either way, Deweso. Tho only Collego in tho State of Kentucky indorsed by Ofliciul convention was declared adCora, of Louisville, aro visiting Mrs. CINCINNATI, O. Miss Jennie Clarkson, of Big Spring, and tho Reporters. Established in 1891, and during tho first year Hall and family. Win. Neafus Saturday and journed. visited Miss Eula Milk-shaklemonade, ginger ale, After tho adjournment tiiero were Sunday. Court-hoiis- o Bomo spirited discussions in tho lemon sour, buck pop and mineral water, Mrs. Jess Clarkson, of Big. Spring, vishulls and on the streets. It was at Martin's drug store. on ico USE ited relatives here tho latter part of the plain to bo seen that overything was not This speaks for itself. Mrs. T. J. Miliary and children, of week. altogether satisfactory, and n goodly Louisville, aro tho guests of Mr. and Thero Dr. Will Mrother and sister, Miss Zol-m- number wont off homo soro. Mrs. James G. Stephens, at Holt. of Big Spring, visited friends hero Bcenm to bo a young man out in tho Miss Jennio Patterson, who has been ticle last week. Hudsonvillo country who wants to run attending tho Teacher's Instituto at onh . . Early Risers, Early Risers, Early Rib- Willie and Henry Richardson, of for Sheriff, hut tho adjournment cut him iw ;...nrnvA- vour land. The last Saturday. mcrenso your uuiib mmi in Hawcsvillo. returned ers tho famous llllio puis ior contsnpu- - Louisville, are visiting relatives and and his friends off at tho knees. Rome you hecomo competent to hold ono. As soon as sold that will improve your farm is Bono Fertilizer. Miss Lida Sargent, of Rockport, who tlon. sick headache. dyspepsia anil nerTho convention was without an amussale bv S.t i iv iiaynes, friends here. REFERENCES. Charles A. Graham, Clarence E. Walker, tho B. F. Beard it Co'h., goods aro all put up in been visiting friends and relatives in vnusness. For Beard Miort has of ono. & Beolor, liar Cloverport, and Mrs. John Pusey, of Jollerson county, ing incident with the oxcoption Write to them for informathis vicinity, returned homo last Friday. dinsburg. midst of Ills leading Official Stenographers of tho city. is visiting Mrs. J. F. Woolfolk at Sul- Just as Burton was in tho address tho Rainbow speech, an old codger who tion. For catalogue spread-eagl- o If you don't know what Mr. C. P. Bush, paymaster on the I. phur Springs. too freely was ' Tea is to bo, you had hotter go to tho St. L. A T. was in tho city yesterday. -;Saturday for the had been Imbibing n littlo Thopicnle given bore Presbyterian church Friday night and Mr. Bush Is always a welcome visitor in about half aroused from his profound benefit of tho Catholic church was a SCO. sloop by Burton's noiso, and remaiked: Cloverport. He is a gentleman in every grand success. get -- our priqeir Making them easier to handle Bo sure to ' Oh, woll (hie) hush up, ho 'on't (hie) David Duncan, foreman of this respect, and among his other good qualiRobert Hern-doCor. Fourth and Market Streets, Mr. Georgo Ljddan and oflico, visited relatives and fiiends In ties, ho possesses that of beluga Michibother you any moro now." Tho old buying. from near Webstor, ottended tho gentleman evidently thought thero was Louisville Saturday, returning Sunday gan Democrat. KY. picnic Saturday. night. a saloon row in progress and that all had An, old; colored woman, from LouisJ. D. Hardin and Judgo Rawlings left quieted down but Burton. 11. Ai( of tho Hardin Colwho had been visitville, named Dcano, R. M. Mann, City, Mo., whero He Was a Good Man. legiate Instituto, was in tho city a couple ing relatives in this city, went to tho de- Sunday for Kansas HARDINSBURG, KY. tho Interest of his pot yesterday to rpturn homo, when sl.o they expect to visit for a week or two. of daysjast week in In Memory of Mr. W. Bonnctt, who STABBED TO DEATH. Mr. Miko Flaherty and daughter, Miss was ovorcomo with tho heat. This is school. ilepnitcil this llfo nt his beautiful homo, Craycroft and Mr. Fred Jim Carr Kills Pete Bryant At Summer Scut, on tho 10th luy of August Tho Republicans of Cloverport district tlio first prostration in this city this sum- Ella. MihH Frank at- noxt Saturday for mer. She was better yesterday ovoning. Edolen, of St. Maitln neighborhood, 1892, in tho 53nl year of his ago. Derby. will meet in this city Saturday. Dentil Iiiih laid his cruel hand again,, Mrs. L. R. Patton. Rockford, 111. tended tho picnic here purpose of organising a Republican tho ''rho big occasion at Derby last Friday nnd this timo it has fallen upon one, experienco I "From nersonal writes: club. WAMi:i)tobuy immediately 500 lbs. was the annual August ball in Social wimm Mm wlmln poiintrv honored nnd Rov. W. C. Brandon will preach at can rccommond Do Witt's Sarsaparllla, of green ginseng. Will pay 51.00 per Hull, a plucoof omusoment well known Moro pHpeelnlly does this and genoral depound for throughout a largo scope of country, loved. Holt's Chapel next Sunday at 11 o'clock a euro for impure blood & Haynes, Clov-por- t, pound green and $5.00 per fuel tho loss it has sustained In Elm-streM. E. chinch bility." Sold by Short a. m. and in tho seed. No roots or seed received except '"heso balls usually draw largo crowds to tho death of Mr. Uonnett, for ho was ono and Beard & Beoler, Hardinsburg. at night. under contract. W. S. Asimv, Clover- tho littlo town, among which aro- - many of tho moBt energetic and entorprlaiiiE Miss Lela Honley will opon a private Tho thief Vho stolo my buggy whip port, Ky. who tukono part in tho bull, hut only mon In our midst. Ho was always ready tho out of tho warohouso is known. Bring bchool up stairs in como to drink and carouse around tho nnd willing to lend n helping hand to building tho first Monday iu Nkwh old HAWESVILLE. it back and placo it whore you got it. streeta. Among tills part of tho assem- nny onterpriso that was for tho good of n Septembor. Miss Henly is i It. L. Nowsom. and this will bo a Cincinnati, is visiting bly last Friday woro Jim Carr and Peto his country, nnd to his friends was over to bo a good teacher, Jos. Sunloy, of It's a Luxury to Read A protracted mooting will begin nt tho splendid opportunity for children, who Bryant. After drinking all nay ami get- on tho nlert to assist whon necessary. relatives in tho county. Tnr Fork Christian church noxt Satur- considerably boosed, thoy got Into As a personal friend nnd business part- when what you read U entertaining and when aro too small ami too feeble to climb tho The Hancock County Teachors Insti- ting In poruilng day, conducted by Rov. J. V. Gregory mountain, to git tho benefit of a good an altercation, some timo after night, in ner, I can truly say thnt Mr. Uonnctt you don't have to atrnln your eyei tute closed tho most successful session it Carr used a had tho most generous heart of any mnn It. There I. iucb a thing ai wearing glano. and Dr. Borry. front of Hargls' saloon. school under tho hill. not wearing them cvor had, hero lost Saturday. inflicted a fatal wound I over knew, and I grieve for him as for when you ihouldn't, and Miss Joslo King, of Cloverport, and Sheriff, A. N. Chambers, who pocket knifo and n tnlattke to do eithfulled to glvo his Deputy John LobUo. colored, holow tlo a loving brother, feeling In his death I when you ihould. It li on Bryant in tho loft side just Mlsa Amanda Payne, of Lost Run, Ky., er. You can afford to be recklen with any. bond of 200 to keep tho pearo, last was so sorlously hurt by boing thrown aro tho guests of Miss Ada Payne, of week, and it was determined to hand from a buggy n fow days since, is now heart. have lost ono of my truest friends, for I thing but the eyei t you can afford to taki parTho Nkws could not learn all tho Toblnsport, lnd. know to trust and try his friendship chancel with anything but your light. Wo THHhmHH him over to tho county jailer at Hardins- slowly recovering. ticulars, but was told that It was simply moro, was only to find It truer; nnd I keep all torti of glanci fur ull aurta of eyei R. W. Pay no, of Toxas, and G. W. burg. TIiIh was all according to law, but A big Democratic barbecuo is billed porno old witli probably shall over cherish with tho brightest and for the Judgement of an export ai to what Payno and Willis Payne, of Hardinsburg, not according to John's wishes. So as for Hawcsvillo Saturday SopUimbor 3rd. a drunked row, It. memory, tho many pleasant hours spoilt will lull your light, no extra charge U made, woro in tho city last Friday and called at ho was coming out of tho Cloverport jail Mr. Kills and othor celebrated speakers grudge behind Bryant lived three hours after receivsteam presses run. tli him. both socially and In business. You certainly never law anything more at oxpected. this olllco to seo tho hand-cuffeho dashed awuy from tho will ho hero and o big timo is ing tho wound, all the timo bleeding My heart folt sympathy with Hint of n tractive than the diiplay Billy Solbrig, of Dorby, ofllcors and escaped to tho woods. Tho Dinner will bo free. Ed Bowycr and B ' ' beforo ho died. Ho loaves a host of others, goes out to his bereaved Tho farmers hud a big picnic at Yel- profusely, Ind., passed down Sunday with a raft of county can vory well do without him, if widow and three children to mourn hla family in this their greatest allllctlon. low Creek bridgo last Saturday and Hon. tics, taking them to Cannclton. They ho will just stay away, hut ofllcor Ii making In end. It. M. Jou.Y. August Slat 1892, would like to have his Pettlt cntortalnod thorn with a big voice untimely returned Monday on tho evening train. town immediately after tho Carr loft &sd Gooriro Jessco, of Daviess' county, was on Miss Ida Jarrett, of Stophcnsport, is bracolots back. was committed, and it Is not known hand and ably defended tho principles deed Root SlIiVUIlWAKE, WATCHES, UI.00KS. city, and base-bafrom Hardinsexcursion ook's Cotton visiting Mrs. Williams, this Tho that he has yet been arrested. called at this ofUce in company with burg around by Irvlngton and down tho of Democracy. of o Novelties, Fancy Musical Merchandise, Prof. Joel Hayes is at the head Miss Joslo Cronshaw Monday ovonlng. "Toxas" to Owonsboro, September M, COMPOUND. in Goods and Stationery. beneficiary will bo a big ono. Breckonridgo county Homo Flro Insuranco Compomy, A Fraternal Congress of all A recent illtcovery by un M UXMBD base-buwhich a hundred charter members agree -- : Repairing a Speoialty. phy.lclitn. SuicetifullyuicJ fraternal organisations will meet in can turn out about as many Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. inoiitly by lliomJiid. uf any of their follow mom-boTho pranks to the souaro Inch as Owonsboro to mako whole It tlvfl only perfectly 'Louiavlllo Saturday, 8optombor3d. Jus. G. Stephens had n Jonnot colt who shall burn, to tho extent of afe und reliable medicine Owonsboro can Hon. David R. Murray, of this city, has or any other place; and Hewnre of unprincipled ilrnyli tllKoveretf. Country foaleii Just week that stood up anil measof Its value. assembly look out for us "IHU Billys" to bo down three fourths pmcc oi ini. who oiler Inferior medicine, in When riabjr ro lick, w care her Cutori. been invited to address tho for Cook'.Coltnn ltoot Compoui.tl, take no iub. ured 40 inches high. Is thero another and rates property only 1b accepted. thoro in force. Tho timo-tabl- o When alio wu a Child, (he crld for Cwtorla, tltute, or Inclose f i and 6 cent. In potxe " and will accept. county that can heat it? In July return mall, letter, and we will eml,caled,by envelope, to in tho Ids not yot been mado out, though it is Xvuruiglo have When the became MUs, the dune to CwtorU, jennets Drought twin Jack ono ot full caled a particular! In plain Many Personsor houacnoM troubled will. nuTOiuiicM refultlns An'ttliMO known that the rates will be very low. ladle, only, atamp., When she hd Children, the g&rp them Cftslorle, colts of fair bIwj nnd another Jonnt nr overwork will lie rclluVcU by UklDtf r...i Are broken dotm from overwork AddreVa I'nmt l.lllr Company, of lino also. From Cloverport It will bo about DO jtmwii'H Iron Hitter. Genuine I wet Brown's Iron Bitters No. j IMahcr Illock, Detroit, Mich. brought a jack colt if hlrmlviiiuri.'uJcr)iwcJruJIIuonwrPr-,f- ' I cents for tho round trip. Let's all go. j. w. jarrettT" s, e, Cleanse tho blood with Ayer's and realize what poor health you hao had. Mr. Wnrren Richardson, the clover Louisville druggist, was in tho city yes' terday. "Will Pierce returned Saturday night otrtho survey of tho new "Texas" route from West Point to Louisville Jesso Owen, who is traveling for a Louisvillo drug house, arrived in tho city yesterday to visit his home. Miss Lcla Henley and Mrs. Mary Miller have returned from Rock Castle Springs. They leport a delightful trip. Ayer's Pills cure headache. Send u 2 ct. stamp to Dr. J. 0. Ayer &. Co., Mass., for a set of their attrattivo album cards. J. E. Keith &. Son have received a consignment of marble from Scotland, tho llrst marble that was ever Imported into tho county. i Messrs. G. W. Jordon, C. M. Amment and R. T. Polk aro in Kansis City, attending the big nnnunl meeting of tho Knights of Pythias. of the oung people About thirty-fiv- e had a very enjoyable surprise party as the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. Monday night. Mr. R. B. Pierce has removed his ret, freshment stand, which stood at the further down thestieet on tho corner of his lot, and built an additional room on each side of it. Chas. Bolder is opening a gravel pit under tho river bank just below tho upper wharf. Tho gravel is to bo used on tho streets of Cloverport to bring them to tho established grade. Tho Earnest Workers' Society of tho Presbyterian church will run an excursion, September 10th, from Henderson to Louisvillo and return. Only $1.50 for tho round trip. Got ready and go. , Hon. A. B. Montgomery, Democratic candidate for Congress, passed through tho city last week en route to Owcns-borHo stopped oil" for several hours and mixed with his old friends hero. Mrs. Nat Wilson and children and Mrs. R. P. White, daughters of It. It. Pierco, after spending most of tho summer pleasantly in Kentucky, started yesterday on their return to Fort Worth t Texas, tholr home. It is a truth in medicine that tho smallest dose that performs Uio euro is tho best. Do Witt's Little Early Risers aro tho smallest pills, will perform the euro and are tho best. For sale by Short it Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beol-c- r, Hardinsburg. The new residence of Judge J, A. Murray is rapidly Hearing completion, and when finished, will bo ono of tho nicest residences in tho city. It was planned by tho eminent architect, M. S. Whltford, and it shows tho work of a master of his profession. Tho kiln that is now being opened at tho Patton Brick Works is a crowning success. It appears that almost every brick from top to bottom is nicely vitrified, and in color they aro a dark cherry red. Tho kill will furnish between 05 and 97 percent of the good vitrilled arSiirsu-parllla, do-poo. Miss Gtcenwood, who had been In thn clly Hhdpplng yestt nlny, fame very mar meeting with u serious accident whil Just abovo town, returning home. where tho bottom road llrst crows the d train, railroad, she met the and got out of tho buggy to hold hi r horse. Tho horso heroine frightened, and, tearing away from her feminine grasp, he jerked tho lady down and, running tho buggy over her prostrate form, went dashing up tho road. Foitunatoly tho lady was not hurt, and tho only loss sustained was twenty pounds of granu- 4ated sugar which was scattered over the road. Tho African Prince, who was here all last week circulating around among our colored population, and who lectured in tho colored Methodist church last Monday night a week ago, has proved to bo none other than tho notorious nigger thief, Tippoo Tip, who Is wanted almost Ho was arall over tho United States. rested in Iulsvillo Monday evening and will be taken to Toledo, Ohio, whero there Is a reward of $.300 offered for him. A couple of months ago ho worked tho Prince racket on tho uiiFUFpccting citl 7ons ot that city, and while ho was doing so robbed them of thousands of dollars in money and jewelry. west-boun- SHERMAN BALL IS Henry Winter. BY Wm. J. Winter. Johu M. Dortraeger THE MAN NOMINATED FOR THE REPUBLICANS CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. PILING UP ht s. ! TOR Seasonable Goods Just now must go. Thoy Make No Open Fusion, But Stop Eight There. tiii: I'uocnnniNUN in iii:taii,. Hnrdlns-las- t To keep up its "rep" as a hustler after news tho Nkws had a representative at the Republican convention nt Our nrmy of tailors aro crowding us with our new product for tho coming Fall anil Winter, embracing Sack and Frock Wo Overcoats and Trousors. Suits, medium and heavy-weigstill rearo crowdod for room. Our Spring and Summo r stock Tho priccB maining unsold is at tho disposal of bargain-scckorwo quoto on them now, nro so low down that tho pcoplo need no travh. Visitors in the city Jongcr buy common Eastorn-madwho prefer to make an early selection of a Fall or Wintor Suit will be ahown through our stock room with pleasure. Thero Julius Winter & Co., Cor. profit in carrying a stock as Sulzcr's have Pe'culiar Feelings I Third and Market, Louisville, K y I rt About offering anything that exactly up to date, they propogfl close out all lines of Summer M at a sacrifice. thirty-year-ag- o, m - J Mi M. Do You Want ? for you. Anything Call and see what Sukcr's can r CURHflCH GORDON, Shorthand and Typewriting SPECIAL THE GRAHAM SYSTEM. Galigraph and Remington, WHEAT TYPEWRITERS. All SPRING CROPS. JCjg One Hundred Pupils Were Enrolled. n, Situation, Pure Raw Bone Fertilizi We Get You a to o CLARENCE ffl. GORDON, LOUISVILLE, 100-LB. BAGS n, R TT "RTCA'RD & O" I CALL AND SEE OTJR rom-munl- ty NEW STOC fore. well-know- Do vou want to make monw. saved is money made. You can Ifye! by dealing with us. We ha WJUCC Moorman & Beeler in businl deane, selling goods cheaper Thanking you for past fav F. N. D'Huu ing a, continuance of same. W Jewelry, Diamonds Most Respectfully, :- InJ J ll wpi W. C. MO0RM ll m i.. J'rous JoL Printing IOft0 at Usui r. n On, J AWi M 11WMWJH 5Ejr3r 7- - " - - "JIJJJFT- - year of tho calfs lifo is nover fully reOHIO COUNTY. covered from, and every attention should (llartfonl ItcrfiM.) bo directed towards avoiding this by Farmers Home Journal. Capt. David Duncan, of Rockport, was judicious feeding. Such a calf will maThere is n popular belief provalont in ture into an undersized cow and just in in Hartford Saturday. tho minds of tho uninformed that proportion as sho is dwarfedjn body will Miss Rcssio Smith has been appointed tho Jersey cattlo aro relatively her organs of digestion bo weakened and postmistress at Fordsvlllo. small in stature, that they rcqulro Icsb ability to produco milk and butter bo Misses Cora F. and Vcrda Felix, of tho food than tho larger breeds, and as a con- lessened. Gko. Jackson. Victory neighborhood, gave us a very sequence, in many instances a courso of Mapleton, Ind. pleasant call while in town Saturday. feeding is adopted which is not calculatMr. Geo. F. Long, formerly of the ed to dovolopo tho best possible growth What Your Groat Grandmother Sid. Herald force, now local editor of tho of tho young animals, and to insure highSho hctchclcd tho flax and carded the to est returns from thoso giving milk. The wool, and wove the linen, nnd spun the Kiisscllvlllc Herald, will visit friends in fact is their organs of digestion and as- tow, nnd made the clothes for her hus- llartfonl this week. similation aro very great and they will band and ten children. Sho mado but? Judge K. D. Walker, accompanied by consume profitably a larger amount of ter and cheese, sho dipped tallow can- Miss Lizzie Walker, went to Llvermoro food, according to the weight of carcass, dles, to light tho house at night, and she Saturday, where ho addressed a largo than tho heavy breeds adapted for beef. cooked all tho food for her household by and enthusiastic meeting of Democrats. A good Jersey cow converts a very an open Misses Artie and Ncttio Bennett, who e and a brick oven. largo percentage of her food into tho Yes; and when bIio was forty years of have been visiting relatives and friends production of milk, the richness of which age, sho was already an old lady whoso at Addison, Ky., returned homo last depends upon tho kind and quality of best days were over. Her shoulders Friday. They were accompanied by tho food consumed. There seems to bo were bent and her joints .enlarged by Miss Lulu London, who will spend sevno reasonable limit to the digestivo abil- hard work, and sho wore spectacles and eral weeks with them. CDuntLes ? ity of a strong healthy Jersey cow giving a cap. Hcrgieat with There were thirty-fiv- e applicants for If SD a great flow of milk. Sho will eat greed- all the modern conveniences for comfort, teachers' certificates at tho examinations ily largo rations of ground meal, oats, oil refinement nnd luxury, may bo as held at this place on the 5th nnd 0th of meal and bran, every three or four hours charming nnd attractive at forty-fiv- e as August, three of whom got together at twenty. Especially is during tho entire twenty-fouthis true if sho six second-clascertifieight third-clas- s with a good amount of hav, roots, etc. preserves her health and beauty by tho cates, and eighteen failed. Considerable unbelief has been ex- use of Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription, Misses Maggie and Kiln Duncan, who pressed by writers for agricultural jour- which wards oil all female ailments nnd nals and others as to the large amount irregularities, cures them if they already have been visiting friends in Southwestern Kentucky, Tennessee and Illinois of food comitmcd by some of the noted exist, keeps the lifo current healthful Jersey cows during pieparation and tho and vigorous, and enables the woman of for the past several weeks, returned CDmbinBd timo of their great butter tests, and when middle ago to retain the freshness of homo last Friday. While in Illinois, ie of the announcement was first made that girlhood upon brow and cheek, tho light they took an extensive trip, visiting tho l"" Princess 2d had eaten over fifty quarts of of youth in her eyes, and its elasticity in Niagara Falls, Toronto, Can., as well as many of our larger cities ground feed per day besides hay and her step. Sold by all druggists. Miss Sheown, living near Fordsvlllo, roots while she was making tho unprecXOth.Br was found dead in a very shallow pool of edented record of 10 lbs. 12J oz. of butter The Season Why. in seven days, it was received by the Governor Drown vetoes the Revenue water last Monday. As sho had been subject to'slight fits, it is supposed that general public with skepticism and de- and Taxation bill becauso : Cnnnti.ES. fell into the rision ; it was thought to be impossible ; In neither branch of the General As- whilo in this mood sho and hit it when Mary Anno of St. Lnni-beit- sembly it received, on its final passage, water and being unable to assist herself, drowned" before relief came. astonishing yield of 30 pounds in a tho required constitutional majority. week was made and tho amount of food Died, at her homo in Heaver Dam, Heeause the exemptions of property to iiccomplish it was gsven, it so astonfrom taxation attempted in the bill are yesterday morning, of consumption, Mrs. ished peoplo that while there was no not authorized by the Constitution. Lucinda Stevens, widow of Thomas Sloveasy way of allowing a doubt as to the Her remains will bo inHeeause under tho provisions of the ene, deceased. amount of butter produced, because of bill the individual stockholders in cor- terred in tho Goshen cemetery this afterk secruety anil other safe- porations aro exempted from tho pay- noon at 1:30 o'clock. Sho was about 70 the . guards surrounding tho management of ment of taxes on the shares held by years old, and has been a consistent member of tho Methodist church for the milk and cream, unbelievers scoffed them. many years. at tho idea of a cow being able to eat as NEWS. Heeause under the provisions of the JgECKENRIDGE much as she was credited with in tho bill corporations would actually be tho Fine Hoyden, of color, was shot and specified time. Yet tho facts aro feasiinstantly killed by James II. Wright, o' assessors of their own property. ED'NESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1892. ble andean be demonstrated to the satisHeeause foreign corporations aro more color, whilo at a picnic near Rocl CBto faction of any one who will try the exfavorably considered by the provisions iu this county last Saturday. It is Baid periment. of the hill than homo corporations. that both the darkies were drunk at the Tho Jersey cow is a marvelous machine Heeause Section 12, Article fl, of the timo. Wright came in nnd surrendered for converting food into milk, but it is bill, embodies tho provisions of tho himself to tho County Judgo Monday )M WAY BACK IN THE SIX only in rare cases that her full powers Auditors Agent act of MayO, 1880, which morning. Tho examining ttial is set for aro developed, because the amount of was declared unconstitutional by riES ARE RECALLED BY the next Friday at 10 o'clock. Tho full parfood necessary to produce maximum reticulars will appear in our next issue. Court of A ppeals. Louisville politics. sults are but seldom allowed them. Hecauve of the retention in tho bill of John C. Butler, of near Point Pleasant, Tlie average dairyman feeds his cows the Auditors Agent system under which was bhUen by a rattlesnake while at Burch and Garrico Aro All twice daily morning and evening. "there has been a flagrant waste of the work in tho bottoms near Rough River Four quarts of ground food is considered public money." last Friday. It seems Mr. Butler and Familiar Names. a liberal allowance ut each feed ; many Heeause the requirement that all per- other parties were clearing somo ground, IT. F. Harry is now roroncr of give less. This, besides tho daily ration sons who nre required to make reports nnd they had cut all the brush and timlie, and is n camliilntc for of hay or ensilage, is looked upon as u to the Auditor ot Public Accounts shall ber off of one spot except a small sapling There neoms to be homo opposi- geneious course of feeding, and is con- pay all the taxes due tho State direct to which was very bushy. Mr. Butler had f him, and one night lust week the sidered to bo sufficient for all practical the Auditor, is unaccompanied by a re- occasion to pass under tho sapling, and jing circular was distributed all purposes, and to exceed this amount quirement of the publication of the as he did so, the snake which was hangthat city. As it is probably more would be unprofitable, if not injuiious to amounts received and from whom, as re- ing with its tail around a limb, stinir rcadinir matter for Hrecken- - the animal. This idea, whether right or quired by tho Constitution. Kentucky bit him on tho shoulder, making two m arid Mcado county people than it wrong, depends altogether upon the State Journal. distinct incisions. He first thought it the citizens of Louisville, we give cows that eat the feed. If the inclinawas a briar, but upon looking up ho saw imour columns: tion is to lay flesh on tho carcass, instead Such littlo complaints as heartburn, a large rattlesnako suspended from a Whom It May Coxckhn: This is of adding to g valve, it is cer- headache, tootachc, sour stomach, irtify that in the year 1K07, 1 was etc., limb. The snake was killed and Doctor cow iioiiiD trouble wltli one J. 11. Lar- - tainly a mistake to feed a are not often fatal, but very annoying. Lay ton sent for in post haste. All tho fvur Homo land winch liail been more than she will utilize in the desired All such troubles are quickly cured by antidotes known to the profession were ul to him by my father, for prater- - direction to advantage, and if such a cow applied. Mr. Butler was experiencing jug tno war. Alter trying other is in full How of milk and persists in Lightning Hot Drops. Mr. A.C. Kayner Shops, W. Va., says : "I have been af- no bad results from the bite as late as of obtaining possession of said (Carrico) did employ one T. F. gaining weight and flesh at the expense flicted with heartburn and sour stomach Sunday afternoon. it assassinate me. for which he of the milk-floshe ought to be dried Fjwas to receive five hundred oil' and sent to the butcher, for there is for four vears. Found no relief until I During tho epidemic of flux in this used Lightning Hot Drops. I can hondollars. 18S8, 1 had hard work to keep county, aid T. !. Herry did come to no hopo that she will over become profitestly say that Lightning Hot Drops has a supply in Chamberlain's Colic, Choleof i county, Ky., and represented able in dairy work. On tho other hand, cured mo entirely." All dealers sell it. ra and Dinrrhtea Remedy on hand. "iHria "blue-Brassfarmer unntinir if at the time of calving, n cow carries People often caino ten or twelve miles bottlep. arm. Siispicioiiing tliat he considerable flesh, by reason of a few 25 and 50fi. in the night to get n bottle of tho remeMl nglit, 1 evaded him forsevur- dy. I hnve been selling patent medig labors, nnrt tllcn leu an appointment weeks' rest from Now And As It Used To Bo. cines for the past ten years and find that nun at me House oi which is necessary to insure greater longwoniu meet it has given better satisfaction in cases Ky., Aug. 20, 1802. JMchie, my brother-in- law. evity of a useful life, and it is observed, lilk of diarrhiea and flux than any other Mn. Editoii, Pertain day. When I arrived there with a great milk yield, weight of medicine I have over handled." J. II. car Dear Sir : I thought per Hkniiam, Druggist, Golconda, Pope Co., ikl'i. r. JJerry was tliero and had cass is reducing, she xhonld bo fed often-e- r I sat down to eat my din- juncr. HI. Over five hundred bottles of this or in larger quantities. Such a cow haps the calamity of Mr. Harrisou's sec- Remedy were sold in yhilo eating, saw my brother. J. fell, jump tin from the table will make profitable returns in the dairy ond term might afllict tho country, and if tho epidemic referredthat county during to. It was a perIn pistol in hand, I then turned for all the food she will reasonably con- tho Democrats have anything to say it is fect success ami was tho only remedy LlJcrrv and as I did so saw him now, or forever hold your peace. that did cure tho worst cases. Dozens R his pistol in his belt. My broth-n- g sume, and, other things being equal, If elected, along comes tho Force bill, of persons there will certify that it saved present prevented him from this valuable quality will be transmitted where othes innumerable, with mental their lives. In four other epidemics of Fmo there. to her offspring. bowel complaint this remedy has been Folk Hurch, and myself urothor, J. 25 and 50 cent botTho system of high feeding, practiced reservations, will have to be swallowed equally successful. Baid T. F. Herry to the Osborne lok however much they may gag; and tles for salo by A. It. Fisher. jucnuo county, wnoro they by those conducting butter tests of Jerriotjsc, 'ion holding a school exhibition, sey cows, has clearly demonstrated the Brother Wannamaker will bo permitted 'Rah For Qrover Cloveland. z the last day of school, where o wonderful powers of animals of that to sing, as lie walks down the Sunday-scho: that he was riding a horse and aisle, Vli.it ii mlghtr, mighty army motet the breed to consume and digest food in furnished by the said J. II. Car- l'r.iie McKinlcy from wlinm protection flown ulont largo quantities. This of itself will rey rtliarged inm (Uerry) with On cottonidc 11ml woolen clothes. To the polls Jiikt sec tliem rushing, fully socii said J. II. Carrico to kill me. sult in much benefit, not only to breedIt seems too hard to submit to a presmillion ttroni; I F. Herry did not deny the charge ers of these cattle, but to all who make ident not the choice of the people, and (!ner Cluvcl.intl Is our leailir, niul we're sure 1 that J. II. Carrico had misrepie-th- e to win the tight, matter and i?ot him (Ilprrv) breeding and feeding their business, for to n party made up of all tho isms of llatlling for our country' honor, for the truth while it may not be profitable or wise in ancient and modern times. w trbuble. ami for the right. few nothing of Herry until 18Si, all cases to adopt such extreme niethot's In Henry Clay's day, pure doctrine aue was candidate lor coroner ol of feeding, it illustrates the Hah! 'Ilah! 'Hah for GrotcrClcii.-l.inilfrom of along tho Republican line was advocated; on county against Dr. Miller. the animal stomach to the l.ikcs of olil 8wai.ee ; manipulate food but Clay died, and tho party married the presented his card and solicited Grovcr Clvtclantl wins the battle, "Clevc" nnil I then asked him if he was to a far greater extent thau it was African wing, and now come along tho "Slcte" 'twill Mirt-l- be. thought possible beforo these tests were little kinky heads in the Bhapo of tariff jiaiie Herry that was employed Southern Democrats arc s.ijlng, we arc sure In rll. Carrico to kill mo. lie inaugurated. It has had the beneficial and mortgages on public domains, and in win the ilay, ho was, and commenced effect of introducing into many herds a the shape of bonds and of pensions not Northern patriots arc with us, ami they've sureloWMing carrico lor getting him into ly come to stay. more generous system of diet for cattle, deserved, etc., etc. vmblo, fumed and walked away. In tin. West we're strong, anil Stctcnson will "are facta, and can lie proven in which demonstrates to the owner by a 1 expect to give further attention to make us stronger too, l,county, ky., or in tho city of short courso which are his best and most While the Kastern states arc sure tn vote (or tho abnormal condition of affairs. itesiicciiuiiy, tic. piofitablo cows, and will enable him to (J mil')', trieil ami true. I'. V. D. T. Hiiun. weed out tho poor ones for dairy purpofo Harrison anil all Ills party of arc nn the with greater certainty and promptness. mn, A pain in tho side or back and spots divers mako May (lowers. Scared to death by (irntcr anil the The year's iccord of the great Jersey make bad colds, but Light- on the face indicate kidney and liver disDemocratic gun! , cow, Signal's Lily I'lagg, of 1,047 lbs. m Ri Drops wiU,curo any cough, order. Mr. Geo. P. ICckes, I.orentz, W. Oir will go the heads of thousands as wo turn concluded June IbUit the present year, the rascals nut, Lor croup. Mr. Jno. Casey, Va., says : "I had kidney trouble for jra., says : "Lightning Couirh and which eclipsed all others made by over two years. Havo tried different So go 'long with Hie procession and be with at the rout. filing wonderful. I do not tho breed, is a striking example of tho kinds of kidney medicine, but got no redigestivo powers possible for a cow. Sho Tho abovo aru tho words of a rhttling any medicine in tho world lief. I was not ablo to rido horseback, beMerfsfltisfaction. Will consumed every day, oxcopt for a week and scarcely able to attend to my busi- good campaign song by A. J. Showalter, calving time,, 11 gallons or composer and song the forJtJPll dealers sell or two during ground food, besides about ness. I commenced using Lightning Tho popularspeak for thomselves, writor. 88 pounds of words whilo Kidney and Liver Remedy, anil before I :.W3S9 15 lbs, of hay, and yet her gross weight had used ono bottle I began to improve tho music is catchy and spirited just is but 850 lbs ; her health was good durlOAMMMte. I havo takontour or five bottles nnd am what it ought to bo to set all tho bands tcTplaylng nnd everybody elso to singing, - ing the whole year and tier appetite alinostcmqdi" For halo by all dealers. U lkrMM':Vqrt Hend connwhistling or shouting for Grover Clove-lau;wl Mlarnlcn Fboto, of How- - ways keen. Her owner reports her well r nianfll at tho residenco and still turning out butter at tho rato.of She's In Good Fix. . Published by the A. J. Showalter Co., 3rJiablMBe, Tuesday, Aug. J), three- or four pounds a day right along. Tho powers of consuming food and In regard to the financial condition of Dalton, Ga. Prico, words nnd music, 25 ir. ltoaru m one oi our Jiartuns- ability to digest it must have a beginning tho L., St. L. & 'P., tho Louisville Com- cents per dozon copies ; $1.00 per hun Iwyu of whoso energy, enterprise dred post paid. honesty wo aro justly proud. Miss witli the early life of tho animal, Tho mercial gives the following statement: i . . that a Jersey calf should bo Stock $0,000,000; first "t? a young lady of superior worth. old notion in flesh during the first year mortgage outstanding, bonds, $2,440,000, fl per cent, ' PWaUo For n weak and tirexl' fooling, loss of manners, Wnd heart anl kept low $250,000 second mortgage Cs. Tho and longer in order to establish a habit and '. "li11 "'Macter1 have endeared over fixed was uppotito and gcnoral diibllfty, Lightning N- - ) know liLT. film will lm mid cultivato a leaning towards dairy at- surplus last year year will bocharges $34,-00- Wood Elixir is the best tonic. It is en317,522, and this about of which about $5,000 are applied tirely vegotable, contains no mercury or ...JVU y B ,,.l f tributes ami to stimulate tho milk form monthly to trust fl'J kindest wUhC8 of many go ing machinery, and not a disposition to notes. Theretho payment of car these other mineral jwisons. Mrs. N. E. Allen are alwut $220,000 of grow at, lias long Binco been abandoned outstanding. Tho business of tho road White- Oak, Ky., writes: "Lightning o should bo glad to keep them by observing, practical breeders; they evidences a decided increase, tho gross Blood Elixir is certainly tho (ruo elixir M.ns wo ranno, . . prefer to keep tho young tilings growing earnings of tho last fiscal year being of life, I havo used it, and it has cured S429.415, and for this year $540,751. It'nanytruo friends their and in good thrifty condition, by liberal has boon reported that LouisvillohashidIt mo of many years' suffering. I can W IIIOV 1.M.I...1 , . and generous' treatmont from tho 30 for tho Btock of tho company. A reLightning Wood Elixir as .w .viiuiu in feed start. A stunted growtli during the first cent sale was mado at 21, lady's friend." t The Digestive Capacity of tho Jersey Cow. ill. Iff I '$ umm mm FUltNIBilED UY mn ac- REAL ESTATE AND Len. G. Herndon & Co., General Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage. Hardware, Tinware, Stoves Guns, THIRD STREET Rental Agent OLOVERPORT. H. W. HERNDON, Manager. llellablo and prompt. Cash with ovory count salo. Consignments solicited. DdYdu Kt. Want Reach buyers PUlfINd MANUFACTUREItS OF Don't read this column or you might bo tempted to invest your money. Do you wnnt to buy Heal Do ynu Do Kstato? Call on It. L. Newsoru. ? On LOUISVILLE. KY, Aug-1C, IhttJ. Shippers should mark nil packaei! plainly, address, with shipper's name and DUTTKll. Choice, eountrr IS i5 post-ofll- want to rent n Farm BreckBiiridge and Meade fire-plac- m!Ki!Sg grand-daughte- r, Mlogft Advertise iithis Paper, first-clas- s, r, s, Its Circulatian Exceeds the Circulation foe. We are now in our now builuing and have tho completest line in the country. HfoW !il.. 21 ($ 24 you want to rent City property T EO(IS. , Call on It. L. Ncwgoin. Frosh 10 to U Do you wnnt the best and only deiirablo lot (or tale on Main, S0xl73 feet for 1'OULTltY. 1800.00 ? Uall on 11. L. Nentoin. Market steady, receipts large, but fond Do you want to buy tho Clororport Hotel, cblckons soiling readily at quotations i liy. centrally located and doing a large wecHht Is the only square tray to handle them builnosf 7 Call on It. L. New join, and much less trouble. .....7 to 8 1. S. I am now prepared and havo full Old liens per lb 3 to t authority to offer laid Hotel at a bargain. Roosters tnll) 12 Correspondence from abroad solicited. This Springers Is n good chance to accuro the beat and most FEATHERS. popular hotel in the city, nnd no I'rimo, white go'tc 18 49 price ashed. Mixed 25 (a) 38 Do you want a loan negotiated t Old 10 (g SO Call on It. L. Newiotn. Mo. 1, duck , 25 Qi) 40 Havo ynu money you want placed on HIDES. safe socurity 7 Call on H. L. Ncwsoin. Green, pood 4 Do ynu want money on short call 7 Dry Salt, good M R Call on It. L. Newaom. Dry flint, good 7 (Vt) ,9 Do you want tn rent n house 7 Sheep skins 26 (a) 74 on II. L. Nerra in. Medium Common Creamory , ., in ($ II II (a) 13 M 3,0 30 illlthe naners In bath iusrafta w 's Keep constantly on band a largo stock of pad-loc- UEUILLA DAYS Y C O OLOVERPORT, KY. Third Street Planing Mill, CLOVERPORT, KY. WHY D.H. BALDWIN SELL MOKE CO., Call on R. L. Nc.waom. 1'. S. Oocd paying renter) can generally secure a house. Let me put a "bug in your enr," It. L. Ncwiom rontt property nnd collectr rents on a commission often per cent, and, thr renting being a specialty with him, don't you know It is better to placo your property In his hands than to rent It youreell 7 Why 7 Uecauso ho Is controlling a large amount of g property und t..!fling renter find It "unhealthy" and he soon gets rid of them, Newsom hears but few complaints from good rcntcra, but tho "howl" comes from thoso fellows who do not want to pay, nnd to such he says Call on Somebody Elio. Is Newsom hard hearted? Not especially so. IIo will accommodato you If you pay for it, and provided you stnnd to your sido of the bargain If you don't liko his way of denling Call on Somebody Else. I Sympathetic hypocrites; when your sympathy gets above your judgment don't blmne the landlord ijuito so much, but call 'round at his oDlco and drop In $5.00 for the special object of your sympathy and help pay his rent. It will bo dividing the loss on bad rontcrs, and then you will foci better. Don't let tho landlord lose it all 1 1" I' S. The obove teripturo is addrcssod to tho heathen gontlloi, It. L. lfowtim hat about sixty renters nnd To good he don't want any but pacing ones piying renters he will take special pains to make them comfortable. Do you want a houso built and pay for It In monthly installments 7 For terms Call on It. L. Newsom. Do youTwant a forty-horpower engine and Call on It L. Nowsom. boiler. Do you want to start n Slack Barrel and Slave and Heading Factory with power already attached 7 Call on It. L Newsom. Having about thirty acres of city lots he would sell u fow "slices," and if you want a Cull on 11. L. Newsom. building lot Do you want to pay your city taxes? Cull on It. L. Newsom. Havo ynu claims against tho city treasury 7 Call on tlio city treasurer and ,he will tell you that It. L. Newsom, as City Tax Colioctor, always keeps said troasury supplied with money. Claims for collection solicited from, cities abroad and prompt remittances uinde. Many thanks for tho large patronage I havo onjoyoii. WOOL. d I Urease, line Urease, coarse Merino Ilurry and Cuts , , 21) 22(2:1 (a) 21 32 l(3lH 14 (ij) 18 y HAY, GRAIN, FEED. Wo quoto prices on Lvuisvlllo city ' wharfi HAY. I:) 00 choice Strictly 1300 Choice No. 2 (lood Medium Good Ilrlght Straw CORN. Choice white Choice shelled 50 I 1 DC) Q 10 00 4 60 (ij) 5 50 00 62 (tj) (to 12 00 53 65 3(1 7.1 No, No. No. OATS. 2 oats 2 2 Red 31 WHEAT. Long Berry wheat .T. , 72 AM 2n MISCELLANEOUS. Tallow, per bbi Reoswax Sorghum per gallon Poor to med. Mich. ...4 ... 24 .. 20 POTATOES. (0 26 44"1 " Nor. Ind- - " " 44 1 :u fii an . Home drown per barrel From store 2c to 5o per bu higher. JIEANS. 2S (314 60 Michigan, hand picked -- ndlnna Navy " Common and colored- Flat and mixed ONIONS. 1 1 do to 1 75 60 to 1 CO 75 to I 00 05 to 1 00 6(1 to 2 60 200 to 300 Northern, per bbl on arrival from store CAUUAQE. For crate from storo 1 " " 2 00 to 3 00 CELERY. Fancy white plume, per dox " Choice Choice Green " 35 to 40 20 tu 25 10 to 20 4 'I Louisville, St Louis Sl Texas R. R. Co, SCHEDULE TIME Tuning I'.ffcct At 5:00 o'clck A. Wat Sound Traint M Mall & 22. ILTO. 18. Wedaezday Julj 52 29. '91 64 Pianos and Organs Than all otbor dealers of tho city combined. R. L. NEWSOM. THE LOUISVILLE n$l Hound Travu Mall A milk-givin- k ST, LOUIS AIR LINE, (L. E. is. ST. L. It. It.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST i THEIR Instruments arc better, prices lower, best selection. Call and get our AND BEST LINE TO St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS West and Time-CaS- South-Wes- t. Effect Kxpr's Expr's STATIONS Kxpr's KxprV Dally Dally Dally Dally 00 0 05pit 6 25m T 45a in lv.Un'n ilp'L.ari 12 45 6 40 860 800 KcntuCKy si. 805 841 West 1'ofnt 12 05 720 12 U2pm 8 02 8 45 7 21 Howard Itock Haven 1145im 74Z 900 7 47 7 40 Long Branch 1138 908 757 7 31 Ilrandcnburg 1129 917 807 21 Meade Sprinea 1125 9 727 Sll 1119 723 926 Ekron 817 1111 716 Guston 934 827 1102 9 44 655 Irvlnglon 837 1053 6 48 952 8 47 Webster 1 . f . s VJ "4 d is Jul; 31. 1892. r milk-givin- Lv. Louisville 8:05 a.m. ..8:25 p.m...4:2J p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:20 pm ...6:45 a m 10:00p.m Evansville 1:20 " For further Information, oall on or address, 855 905 9 11 9 21 925 10 (JO PRICED You will find they R.A CAMPBELL, 946 1961 930 10 Iooi 10 10 10 Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Evansviilo, Ind J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky CityTlckct Officc.S. W. Cor. Third & MainBt Louisville, Ky. 1018 B B 21 28 1034 1010 1015 1023 1027 1030 1041 1050 1100 1111 1118 1121 1129 1135 fierce Stephensport SLmple Addison Clovcrport Shops Skillman Lodiburir Holt 1045 1035 1030 10 23 1U18 1015 1001 6 31 640 957 9 44 "Kentucky Pimples, Blact-- ol a y3 rii'ununuri r- U, Ms, Are tower A Mt. Sterling, Ky. f raining School. 1050 1102 1111 1123 1131 U52in IZIO 12 27 12 3 1207pm Hawesvillc Pctrlc Falcon Cayce Lewfsport Powers 1'atcs Owensboro Mattlntfly 933 926 920 915 9 09 620 . 618 613 610 667 563 540 630 622 615 Sll 505 435 425 413 1246 Worthlngton 1140 Spottsvllle 101 1155 7 29 12rKnm HI llasketts 1220am 125pm ar.Hcndcrs'n lv 716am Stanley 851 837 827 816 806 765 737 4 48 4 03 365 337 329 315pm R, R, LouisvlMe.Hardfnsburg Sl Western I)imii-cra- ts be-"o- Wn Tnnnr. nil linvn now. rlnli lilnwl. wM.-miuio or mm remnrltntiin jllrnpiiJyLUtlSEI'fl WfEOVEC BLOOD SthSiUZZ. Mion.Cr. ot Hcroluln, Wosung, tut tlio sjKwljr euro Kriintlnnn. Slfrcurlnl Diwvwo. Krrniixdn. vital (loony, nnil ovory indication ot iripovor- - t IhIukI Mood. Cr. Ll2i:j7'o Blsol Beirehtr Is Uio I cat leinuuy uwicnn always oo rouod upon. Drmrolitta anil t Than others can ofier. Select from Decker Bro., Haines Bros., J. & C. Fischer, Schubort, Baldwin and othor Pianos. Estoy, Hamilton and Story & Clark Organs. iate course. Apply early. practical, homelike. Military tchoolwtth collegNumber limited: rooms lull last year. Major C. W. FOWLER, Superintendent No. 2 TIME TABLE. TAKING EFFECT JULY I West Hound Trains Dally Dally ex Sun. ex Sun. No. 5 No. 1 29, 1801. Rast Hound Trains GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for Grain Drills, Fertilizer. Cement, Mich Coal Oil DTTIy Dally ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 6 11 Sfllin I.v IrvlnL'ton Ar 930am Garfield 1210pm 8.35 12 25 Warned 8 STATIONS, I , THE SELLERS MEDICINE CO. I. - D.H. Baldwin & Co. Reapers and Mowers, 236 Fourth Avenue, iizun Planter, 1242 118 130 148 165 250 3 02 2 15pm SalLime, LOUISVILLE, Address KY. by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, ad-(i- Pine & Poplar Shingles Hockvale Huth 314 Asklns 320 Oaks 400pm Arl'ordsvillel.v 7 50 IIardlnsbur; Kirk 715 7 05 Jolly filendeane 641 Dempster 631 ar I'allsltnugh lv 6 14am !' 564 29 5 21 5 00 & 445am P. ' G. BRYAN, Agt. as above. Brick, Plow Handles, PJne Flooring alOrders acways kept on band. companied by cash prompt ly tilled. t- - CluTt-l.in- IT IS A DTITV yon owo ynnrnrlf nnil fnni. Ily to net tlio liCNt vnluo Tor onr money, l.coiiomlzo In yourfootwonr liy purclinHlnar ,V. Ij. JIiiubIiih HIiim-h- , oiki-U- , reiri-nfll- t which tbo as lUousuuda It vnlu" for price DON'T TAKE P0LS0N I, W, ! .'$ r , !! IVDIUy. J GALL AT $2.25 w- $2.50 ron $5.00 44.00 flsV'' 9tt,i $3.50 fm:im-W- sjmz nfei j. 00 FOR Clicnj) whiskies tiro n mild form of o!son CortBinnors nro warned against their uso. SI p33SirB!3-5-j-SJ V 92.00 .$2.50 llaipei's Nelson County Whiskey UDIES Ml $2.00 51.75 C. W. STONE'S Ten miles south of $2.00 a. .rfifi' jm?-j-- ron novs . CWp(A5k Store CLOVE On tho Howling Green street, And get your goods cho.ip. Wo buy to sell and, not to keep, Therefore wo'll sell ' you goods quito cheap THE d. rport; as RwriP MU.Ji.eu nniitii BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE wmsm L. DOUGLAS s .tojun SES HOfEY. $1.75 high grade Kentucky Whiskey which rctfthes mo direct from Kentucky, and whoso purity I can Kuarantco to thoso sooklngji stimulant for medicinal or social uso. Hcspcctfully, is n standard, 'JLMne 'M Weekly Louisville t GommQrcial Will bo sent to nny lulilrcas from now until Jnnunry'lBt, 1893, for twenty-llv- o ccnta. Campaign year fa now at liuml ; you must keep posted nnd tlio way to da so is to read THE CO EKCIAL tho only truo exponent of protection nnd sound currency in tho South. SEND FOR A SAMPLE CORY P. M. POPHAM, OF 4L CLOVEUPOllT, KV. 1A. 0, W. 8T0NE. 1'. S, Wo buy cliUkcns, eggs, feuthoiB hides, etc. WANTED Hl'KniAI.TlKH In footwear nroot grade, and represent n money vaiuo inosAmom far beyond W prices cbanreM. Hca that uamo and price are stamped on bottom of ouch ulioo. ,,. I.. IJouclus, JJrocluou, TAun nu nuiiariTUT, Cold by w. Mush. llowiuor V llmiibloloii, Clovvrport, Ky, A largo number of BANK HAKIMS BUEG Capital Stock $25,000. 0. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLEK, M. II, BEAHD, Cashier. O. W. HKAHD MOHHIS ESKJIIDOE "J -- : : lr 0, !' 100,00, Foot Hickory Logs riml Lumbor. 000,000 Hickory Spokes. 100,000 Fcot of Elm Poles for FRUIT At the TREES Hardin'sburg Nursery, l'or next fall delivery. Order what you want Anything wr haven't on hand, we will procure it fur you at tho lowest rates, - .Dim tor ) R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA tt And oxamlno it carofully you will bo nuro to aubscribo. Addreui nil letters qnd make nil checks nnd orders payablo to l'ost-olllco Hubs, 0WENSB0R0 WHEEL 00., OWENSHOHO, KY." - Jlunngtr Mardinsburg Nursery. nAUDINBIlUHQ ,KY . ZACK. GREEN, j J-- CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. Next session begins Kth Sept. Courses In Art, Itnirliu-crliiiLaw, Medicine, l'or announce-muapply to, Wm. M. TiioRNTOtrLL. P., Clinlrmnn. LOOISILEJISS LOUISVILLE, KY TT CO,, - ft T O O fl tl ' - v