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The truly great merchant nwu their succch to judicious AiltertUlng. ; V- '. - KUiplrei Confldsnc), There l no stay tilth worlil tlmt jou citu liilllii up ionliilencu In yniir Ini.tncj tntur-ntlscB- n wllllj mid ktirtljr n. by uitvurll.lt g Jmlic.lou.ly, Kc.'i Jour n.iinu luforo thv " public. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1892 By HATHANIEL HAWTHOENE, ... VOL. XVII. NO essesbbs Tho manjigemoht of i Wllle our business, wo aim first at tho HIGHEST And second at tho LOWEST wm fe believe our in- ivors in both of th'ese directions have reached a point that cannot bo surpassed by our competitors. If you have not seen our latest price list send for it. We have an abundant supply of the best quality of wheat and can AIL O R D E R S Special promptly. attention given to EXCHANGE '. Will Every day week. 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Wolinvo sj)oieh 67 Peutl's ricli una liixnrinnt beauty; n beauty that shono with deep und vivid tints; complexion, eyes possessing intensity both of depth nnd glow, and hair already of n deep, glossy brown, and which in after years would bo nearly akin to black. There was Hro in her and throughout her: she seemed tho unpremeditated offshoot of a pussionato moment. Her mother, in contriving tho child's garb, bad allowed tho gorgeous tendencies of her imagination their full play, nrraying her in n crimson velvet tunic of n peculiar cut. abundantly embroidered with fantasies and nourishes of gold thread. So much strength Of coloring, which must have given n wan and pallid aspect to checks of a fainter bloom, was admirably adapted to Pearl's beauty, nncl made her tho very brightebt Httlo jet of Hume that ever danced ujion tho earth. iSut it was n remarkable attributo of this garb. and. indeed, of tho child's whole nppcarnuee, that it irresistibly add inevitably reminded tho beholder of tho token which Hester Prynno was doomed to wear upon her bosom. It was the scarlet letter in another form; tho scarlet letter cntlowed with lifol Tho mother herself as if tho red were so dcoply Beorchcd into bcr brain that all her conceptions assumed its form hud carefully wrought outthosimilmido; lavishing many hours of morbid ingenuity to create an analogy between the object of her affection and tho emblem of her guilt and torture, lint iu truth Pearl was tho ono as well as tho other, and fcnly in ronscqnenro of that identity had Hester contrived so perfectly to represent tho scarlet lottor in her nppcurnuco. As tho two wayfarers came within tho precincts of the towu tho children of the Puritans looked up from their play, or what pushed for play with thoso somber littlo urchins, and spako gravely ono to another: "Behold, verily, thoro Is tho woman of tho scarlet letter: and of a truth, moreover, thcro is tho likeness of tho ecarlot lotter running along .by hor sido. Como, thoroforo, and lot us fling mnd at them." Hut Pearl, who was a dauntless child, after frowning, stumping her foot and shaking Iter littlo hand with a variety of threatening gestures, suddenly mndo a rash at tho knot of her enemies and put t'teui all to flight. She resembled, in her liereo pursuit of them, an infant pestileneo tho scarlet fever or soma such half fledged niigol of judgmeut whoso mission was to punish tho sins of tho rising generation. Uho screamed ami shouted, too, with a terrific volumo of sound, which doubtless caused the hearts of tho fugitives to quake within them. Tho victory accomplished, Pearl returned quietly to her mother and looked up smiling into her face. Without further udventuro they reached tho dwelling of Governor This was a largo wooden hous-c- , built in u fashion of which there are specimens still extant iu tho streets of our older towns: now mass grown, crumbling to decay, and melancholy at heart with tho many borrowful or joyful occurrences, remembered or forgotten, that havo happened anil passed away within their dusky chambers. Then, however, thcro was tho freshness of tho passing year on its exterior, and tho cheerfulness, gleaming forth from tho sunny windows, of a human habitation into which death hail never entered. They approached tho door, which was of an arched form and flanked on each side by a narrow tower or projection of the cdilieo, in both of which wcie lattice windows, witli wooden shutters to close over them nt need. Lifting the iron hammer that hung at the portnl, Hester Pryunc gave a summons, which was answered by one of tho governor's bond servants, n free born lCnglislinum, but now a beven years' slave. During that term ho was to be the property of his muster, and as much it commodity of bargain anil sale as an ox, or joint stool. TlTo serf wore tho blue coat, which was the customary garb of serving men of that period and long beforo iu tho old hereditary halls of England, "Is tljb worshipful" (Jovernor Belling-hawithinV" inquired Hcsfer. "Yea, forsooth," teplied tho bond serv-nu- t, staring with wide open eyes at the scarlet lettor. which, being a nowconier iu the country, lie tiiitl uovur beforo seen. "Yea, his honorable worship is within. But ho hath a godly minister or two with him, anil likowUo a leech. Ye may not seo his worship now." "Nevertheless, 1 will enter," answered Hester Prynne, nnd tho bond servant, perhaps judging from the decision of her air and the glittering symbol iu her bosom that sho was a great lady In the land, offered no opposition." So thu mother and littlo Pearl were ndmittediiito the hall of entrance. With many variations suggested by tho nature of his building materials, diversity of climuto ami it dilTcrcut mode of bocial life. Governor iWlliugliuin had planned hN new habitation after tha reriilenee ol afiitUiiiii'li o! fair etiit4 in hri t'ire hunt Here rbmi. was a wldu and rei. ' on;ih liittvhiill.fAU'iiilltitliioiih Uw wtiojn ni'piii r uto lionise nun ii.injiun n tliolinnii.l' jjettoral finuuuiiii'aMii, nmro j? j dhtx-ll-j , with nil the olb" i i'lp.U't k-s- .r iip;':iruucc. "1 Irulh. sue absolutely liiddeii behiml it. Pearl pointed upward iiImi. at 11 similar picture iu the headpiece, smiling at her mother with the eliish intelligence thai was so familiar nn expression 011 her small physiognomy. That look of naughty merriment was likowise reflected in tho nlirror with so much breadth and intensity of effect that it made Hester Prynno feel us if it could not bo tho imago of her own child, but of an imp who was seeking to mold itself into Pearl's Blinpo. "Cotno nJong. Pearl." said she, drawing her away. "Como und look into this fair garden. It may bo wo shall seo flowers there, moro beautiful ones than wo find in tho woods." Pearl accordingly ran to the bow window at tho farther end of the hall and looked along tho vista of a garden wulk carpeted with closely shaven grass and bordered with somo rndo and immature attempt at shrubbery. But tho proprietor appeared already to havo relinquished as hopeless tho effort to pcrpct-unt- o on this sido of tho Atlantic, in n hard soil and amid tho closo struggle for subsistence, the native English tasto for ornamental gardening. " Cabbages grow in plain sight, and a pumpkin vino, rooted at somo distunco, hod run across the intervening spaco and dcx)sitcd one of its gigantic products directly beneath tho hall window, as if to warn tho governor that this great lump of vegetablo gold was us rich an ornament as Now England earth would offer him. Thoro were, a few rosebushes, however, and a number of npplo trees, probably tho descendants of thoso planted by tho Rovcrcnd Mr. Blaekstone, tho first settler of tho peninsula: that half mythological personago who rides through our early annuls seated on tho back of n bull. Pearl, seeing tho rosebushes, began to cry for a red roso and would not be bii'IikhI pacified. tre r: "Hush, child, hush!" said her mother , dear littlo Pearll earnestly. "Do not I hear voices in the garden. Tho governor is coming, and gcutlemon along with hitnl" hi fact, adowT) tho vista of tho gardon avenuo a number of persons wore soon approaching toward tho houso. CHAPTER VI. THE KI.K CIHLB AND TIIR MINISTOK. ' Governor Bclliugham, in a loose gown and easy cap such as elderlygentiomeu loved to endue themselves with in their domestic privacy walked foremost and appeared to bo showing off his estate and expatiating 011 his projected improvements. The wido circumference of an elaborate ruff lieueath his gray board, in the antiquated fashion of King James' reign, caused his head to look not a little like that of John tho Baptist in n charger. The bupropion niado by his asjiect, so rifjid and severe and frostbitten with more than autumnal age, was hardly in keeping with tho nppli-imce- s of worldly enjoyment wherewith ho had evidently done his- utmost to surround himself. Behind the governor and Mr. Wilson came two other guests, one the Reverend Arthur Dimmcbdale, whom tho reader may remenilier as having taken a brief and reluctant pait in the sccno of Hester Prynno's" disgrace, and in closo companionship with him old Roger a person of great skill in physic, who for two or three years past had been settled in tha town. It was understood that tiis learned man was tho physician as well as friend of tho young minister, whose health had severely suffered of late by his too ed self sacrifice to tho labors uud dutieS of the pastoral relation. Tlio governor, iu adv.mco of his vii.ltors. iisconilod ono or twostons and. thiowiug open the leaves of tho great hall window, found himself closo to little Pearl. Tho shadow of tlio curtain fell on Hester Prynno and partially concealed her. "What hrvo we here'r" bitid Governor Bclliughaui. looking with surprise at the scarlet little figure beforo him. "I profess 1 have never icon tho like since my days of vanity, in old King James' time, when I was wont' to esteem it a high favor to lie admitted to n court mask! There used to be a swarm of the&o small apparitions in holiday tiino, ami we called them children of tho Lord of Misrule. But how got such a guest into my hall';" "Aye. indeed!" cried good old Mr. Wilson. "What littlo bird of scarlet plumage mi.y this be? Methinks I havo seen just such figures, when tho sun; has been shining through a richly painted window ami tracing out the golden and crimson images across the floor. But that was in tho old laud. Prithee, young one. who art thou, and what has niled thy mother to bedizen theo in this strange fashion? Art thou a Christian child ha? Dost know thy catechism? Or art thou 0110 of thoso naughty clfs or fairies, whom wo thought to havo loft behind ns, with other relics of Papistry, iu merry old England?" "1 11111 mother's child," atiswered tho scarlet vision, "and my name is Pearl." "Pearl? Ruby, rather, or Coral or Red Rose, ut the very least, judging front thy hue." rcsiiondod tho old inin-iste- r. jrjtti-,,,- ' forth his hand in m, vain mumpi 10 jvit hti.le Pearl 011 tho chek. "Hut when' isthU m.ut)."i'of thine? AM h, i hi-.- 2 Boxes for o cents. If you trade with us you can get mora ,valin received for your money. Ihdli.ibitui the M'lT iiiii h)i u lie iidOcd, hihI turning in wliJtpuiixi. "This is -nl uhuiii ue huVo Gov-erm- Geo. Yeaicel V. & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. ' v SWAYNE'S OINTMENT amomtmlt otm iyMrTejm-ii.i.t-r,i i.u.u itbir J.4IN sanHnii iWMnNrHi ua VortabTnttMrnt. If tfltwMlM PILES lilMtfw. t llrnll; ITCHING PILES llktl "."' HV 4 rima. p . AifUlMridlki "T jtarwifv iti Bails, ' incuts. At nbout tho center of tho oak panels that lined tho hall was suspended n suit of mail, not like tho pictures an ancestral relic but of tho most modorn date, for it had been manufactured by n skillful armoror In London tho samo year in which Governor Bellinghuni camo over to New Kngbtnd. Tliero was nstoel headpiece, u cuirass, u gorget and greaves, with ii pair of gauntlets nnd n sword hanging beneath, all, and especially tho helmet mid breastplato, so highly burnished as to. glow with whito radiance and scatter an Illumination overywhero about uikjii the floor. This bright pane ply was not mount or more idlo show, but had lioen worn by tho govomor on many a solemn muster and training held, and had glittered, moreover, at tho head Of a regiment in Iho Pequod war, For,, thorn-1- ! bred a lawyer mid nccubtoiiied tahpt'ukof Uncoil, CoVtit ftjyouiid, Fluvli j b bin professional associates, Ilia exigencies if tljis nW cyuplry hud tmus-loriiu- d (Juvernof Uolliughum into a soldier as well hs a statesman 14ml itilur. Little Pc;ivl, whowu8 as' groatly ileused with nnuor as slid held sit.-til-i togetliLi. and behvhl htie thu unhappy woman. Hester Prynno, her mother." "Stiyest thou so?" cried the governor. "Nay. wo might have judged that such a child's mother must needs 1k u .scarlet worthy typo of her of woman ami Babylon. But she eonius at a good time, uud we will look into this mutter forthwith." Governor Bellingliaui stepped through the window into the hall, followed by his three guests. "Hester Prynne," Fitid ho, fixing his naturally stern regard on tho wearer of tho scarlet lettert "there hath been nun h question concerning theo of late. Tho point hath been weightily diseusbcd whether we. that ale of authority and influence, do well discliargo our consciences by trusting nu immortal soul. ueh as thine Is in yonder .uhildk to the guidance of one who hnth stumbled and fulleil amid the pitfalls of this world. Speak, thou, the child's own mother! Were-i- t uoi thlukest thou, for thy Hltlii one's. Ii'iupuraji and elerual welfare thaU sho lie taken out of thy charge, and clad soberly,.and disciplined strictly.nnd fn the' tiuths of hoavoti and 11 lYwus'uicant.' 'doubtless, as il,b moViicr "Nevertheless." said tho mother calmCnrnrf-lc'i- i riillimtliro'iy. more palo, "this herself hath told us, for a retribution Thoro is a vein of grim common Benso in badge hath taught me it dully teaches too; a torture to bo 'felt ut many an Mr. Clark son's comments upon tho situ1110 it is teaching me ut this moment-less- ons of moment: a pang, 11 sting, an ation at Homestead, Mr. Clarksou recalls whereof my child may bo tho ever recurring agony, in tho midst of n that Mr. Carnegie has written 11 great wiser and better, albeit they can profit troubled joy! Hath sho not expressed deal to tho magazines and said 11 great nothing to myself." this thought in tho garb of tho poor deal more in public speeches about tho "We will judge warily," said Belling- child, so forcibly reminding us of (hat responsibilities of wealth: ho has now liaui. "and look well what wo aro about rod symbol which scars her bosom?" tho opportunity to "sustain his reputa"Well said, again!" cried good Mr. tion as a philanthropist" by being just to do. Good Muster Wilson, 1 pray you examine this Pearl since that is her Wilson. "1 feared the woman had no if not geneious to tho men who have name and see whether sho hath had better thought than to mako a mounte- mado his great fortune For, as Air. such Christian nurture as befits a child bank of her child." Clarksou observes, "tho workmen must "Oh, not so! not sol" continued Mr. bo right in their contentions. of her ago." There has Tho old minister,seated himself in an Dimmesdale. "Sho recognizes, believo been no such cotivulbion in business ns armchair uud made an effort to draw tno, tho solemn miraclo which God hath could jiossibly make iiecosary these Pearl betwixt his knees. But tho child, wrought in tho existence of that child. great reductions iu wages." And may sho feel, too what, methinks, unaccustomed to the touch or familiarity Mr. Clarksou may not Iw so well versed of any but her mother, escaped through is tho very truth that this boon was in economics and tlio iron trado iu Mr. tho open window and stootPon tho upper meant, above nil things clso, to keep tho Carnegie, but at least ho is a constep,.looking like a wild tropical bird of mother's soul alive and to preserve her sistent protectionist titan tho more multimilrich plumago. ready to take (light into from blacker depths of sin into which lionaire. Mr. Carncgio professes the tho upper air. Mr. Wilson, not u littlo satun might clso havo sought to plunge tariff doctrine as tho salvation of high astonished nt this outbreak for ho was her. Therefore it is good for this jioor, wages for American workingmen, but a grandfutherly sort of personage, and sinful woman tlmt she hath an infant refuses to divido tho fruits of protection immortality, a being capable of eternal usually a vast favorite with children with his workingmen. Mr. Chirkson, essayed, however, to proceed with the joy or sorrow, confided to hor care, to who possibly still believes what Mr. o lio trained up by her to righteousness; examination. professes, wants tho protected "Pearl," said ho with great solemnity, to remind her at every moment of her manufacturer to do tho square thing by full, but yet to teach her. as it wero, by "thou must take heed to instruction, tho "piotccted" workingmnn and so vin- that so, iu due season, thou tnayest wear the Creator's sacred pledge, that if sho dieato tho protectionist propaganda. If bring the child to heaven the child also thy bosom the pearl of great prico. in Mr. Clarksou Car-s- t thou toll me. my child, who made will bring its parent thither. Herein of tho tariff liewcio himself a beneficiary might think otherwise is tho sinful mother happier than tho theer Thera nro men iu Homestead today who Now Pearl knew well enough who sinful father. For Hester Prynno's sake, beliovons Mr. Clurkton believes and aro then, ami no less for the poor child's made her: for Hester Prynno, tho daughsake. let us leavo them as Providence shedding their blood and tho blood of ter of a pious homo, very soon uftcr her others in tho defenso of their belief. Tho tnlk with tho child about her Heavenly hath seen fit to plaeo them." "Yon speak, my friend, with a strango end will not bo told beforo November. Father, had begun to inform her of thoso is fired and Mcautimo every bullet truths which tho human spirit, at what- earnestness," said old Rogor Chilling-wort- ovcry drop of blood thatthat is shed will help smiling at him. ever stage of immaturity, imbibes with "And tliero is 11 weighty import in to prove tho wisdom of Mr. Clarkson's such eager interest. Pearl therefore, so advlco to Mr. Carnegie Chicago Herald. largo wero the attainments of her threo wluit my young brother hath spoken," years' lifetime, could huvu borne a fair added tho Reverend Mr. Wilson. "What lUimt Julian by tlu Ilccnril. examination in the "New England say you. worshipful Master Bollingham? Somo of tho Republicans who say that Hath ho not pleaded well for the ,Kor Primer," or tlio first column of tho West; tho forco bill plank of tho Minneapolis woman?" minster catechisms, although unac"Indeed, hath he," nnsworod the mag- platform itoes not moan a rorco bill may quainted with tho outward form of cither bo sincere in their belief, but the country of those celebrated works. But that istrate, "und hath iidducedsnch argu- mustjudgo by tho record. A similar perversity which all children havo moro ments that wo will even leave the matter declaration iu tho Republican platform as it now stands o lontr at least us of 1888 was followed or less of, and of which littlo Pearl hnd by tho bill a tenfold portion now, at the most in- thcro shall bo no further scandal in tho tho Reed congtess. drawn forco John of by I. opportune moment, took thorough pos- woman. Cure must bo hud, nevertheless, to put tho child to duo ami stated Davenport, Harrison's New York agent, session of her and closed her lips, or imunder tho supervision of tho Harrison pelled hor to speak words amiss. After examination in tho catechism, ut thy admiuistrati i. Its pussugo was strongly Moreputting hor fingor in her mouth, with hands or Master Dimmcsdalo's. urged by HurrLou in two many ungracious refusals to answor good over, nt a proper Reason, tho tithing sages, though iu tho campaignof his mesof 18S3uo Mr. Wilson's question, tho child Anally mon must tako hood that sho go both to Republican would admit that tho plank sho bad not boon mado school and to mooting. " announced tbat Tho young minister on ceasing to ppcnk adopted at Chicago meant a forco bill. at all, but had boon plucked by hor Now when a platform mndo in a convenmother off tho bush of wild rosea that had withdrrwn a few steps from tho tion controlled by Harrison's officeholdgroup, and stood with his face partially grew by the prison door. ers declares that they "will never relent" This fantasy was proliably suggested concealed in tho heavy folds of the win- in their purpose, it is idlo to say that by the near proximity of tho governor's dow curtain, whilo tho shadow of his figure, whirh the sunlight cast upon thu they do not mean it. St. Louis Republic. red roses as Pearl stood outside of tho window, together with her recollection floor, was tremulous with the vehenieiico I'riiiiiUn mill riillllliiiciit. of the pink rosebush which sho had of his appeal. Pearl, that wild and Andrew C'ltrnegio lias been 0110 of flighty littlo elf.stolo softly toward him. pronounced howlers for "protection" tlio passed in coining hither. iu Old RogerChillingworth. with a smile and taking his hand iu the grasp of both the Republican ranks. The McKiuley on his face, whisiierod something iu the her own, laid her cheek against it, a bill gave it to him, but evidently not young idergyman's car. Hester Prynno caress so tender, and withal so unobtruenough, as now ho is preparing for prosive, that hor mother, who was looking looked at tli mail of skill, and even tection of quite another kind that of on, asked herself, "Is that my Pearl?" then, with her fate hanging iu the balhosepipes, barricaded nulls, and so forth, Yet sho knew that there was love iu ance, was startled to (lorci-ivwhat brought into u and elected to protect tho child's heart, although it mostly ro- - him tijiainst the outraged workmen who, change had come over his features hovi much uglier they were, how his darl willed itself iu Mission and hardly twico neonlinj; to Republican theory rather in her lifetime had been softened by than practice, wero expected to bo procomplexion seemed to have grown dusk ier and his figure more misshupcn-sin- ce such gentleness ns now. Tho minister tected equally with thu owners by tho for save tho long sought regards of system formulated nt Washington. tho days when she had familiarlj But known him. She met his eyes for an woman nothing is sweeter than these Republican fulfillment does not always instant, but wasiiumediiitely constrained marks of childish prefetence. accorded follow Republican promise. Chicago tofjhoull heratteiitiou to the sceuo nov. spontnncoijsly by a spiritual instinct, Mail. and therefore seeming to imply in us going forward. . something ti'uly worthy to bo loved "This is awful!" cried tho governor I)rnip'il Ituik Into tho minister looked around, laid hii slowly recovering from tho astonish President Harrison dropped tho "proincut into which Pearl's responso had hand on thu child's head, hesitated" nn fessional lobbyist" whom ho picked out thrown him. "Hero is a child of three instant and then kissed iter brow. Littlo for chairman of the Republican national years old and she cannot tell who made Pearl's unwonted mood of 'sentiment ' committee. It will bo as useless to preher! Without question she is equally in lasted no longer; she laughed and went ' tend that the Armours put a veto on his capering down tho hall so nirily that old appointment as to claim for the presitho dark as to her soul its present and future destiny! Methinks, Mr. Wilson raised a question whether dent that ho has awakened to a sense of gentlemen, we need iuquiro no further.'' oven her tiptoes touched the floor. its indecency. He is managing his own "Tho little baggago hath witchcraft campaign now, and he has discovered Hosier caught hold of Pearl and drow her forcibly into her arms, confronting iu her, I profess," said ho to Mr. tiiat Campbell will bo a load to cat "She needs no old woman's sinco Vest's and Farwell's exposure of tho old Puritan magistrate with almost his record. So, without hesitation, he a fierce expression. Alone iu tho world, broomstick to fly withnl!" "A strango child!" remarked old Rogct dropped him back into tho obscurity cast off by it and with this sole trcasuro to keep her heart alive, sho felt that sho Chillingwortli. "It is easy to boo tlio from which ho fished him out. St. Would it bo Louis Republic. possessed indefensible rights against tho mother's putt in her. world, and was ready to defend them to beyond 11 philosopher's research, think ye, gentlemen, to analyze that child's A TlcI.Gt of IVlMlhlU'ltM'. tho death. "God gave 1110 tho child I" cried she. nature and, from its mnko and mold, Tho Republican party made tho in"Ho gave her in requitnl of nil things to givo 11 blirewtl guess at the father?" famous force bill 11 part of its platform: "Nay; it would bo sinful iu such a it nominated he champion of that measelse, which vo hnd taken from me. She is my happinessl she is my torture, question to follow tho clow of profane ure for president, und, ns if tho Demo none the less! Pearl keeps me hero iu philosophy," said Mr. Wilson. "Better emtio cup of joy weio not already life! Pearl punishes 1110 too! Seo jo to fast and pray upon it. nnd still lietter, it nominated Whitolaw Reid not bho is tlm scarlet letter, only capable it limy be, to lenvo tho mystery ns we for vice president. Mr. Harrison is no of being loved, und so endowed witji a find it, unless Providenco reveal it of knowledge,! to Iw weak in states which million fold the power of retribution for its own accord. Thereby every good tho Republicans must carry to win; bill my sin? Ye shall not take her! I will Christian man hnth a titlo to show a Whitolaw Reid is weak everywhere father's kindness toward the ioor, Atchison Patriot. dio first!" Italic." 'My poor woman," said tho not unThe affair being so satisfactorily conTlio I'nrco IIII1 limit'. kind old minister, "the child shall bo There is no disposition to dodgo tho "well cared for! far better than thou cluded. Hester Prynno, with Pearl, defrom tho house. As they forco bill issue in tho Democracy. Let canst do it." "God gave her into my keeping," re- scended tho slops it is averred tlmt the it bo fairly put before tho people of the peated Hester Prynno, raising her voico lattice of a chamber window was country and let them determine whetl1 -almost to a shriek. "1 will not givo her thrown open, nnd forth into tho sunny they will have federal bayonets present 1111!" And here, by a sudden impulse, day was thrust tho face of Mistress at our elections, uud whether they will she turned to the young clergyman, Mr. Hibbins, Governor Bellingham's bittei renow that negro domination iu tb Dimmesdale, at whom up to this mo--' tempered sister, and the samo who a few south which proved so injurious and disgraeoful ii thu famous period of car ment sho had seemed hardly so much ns years later was executed as a witch. "Hist, hist!" said bite, whilo her ill petbag government. Now York Sun. once to direct her eyes. "Speak thou for me!" cried sho. "Thou wast my omened physiognomy seemed to cast n " to I'liliHiUm. KrldN pastor and hadst charge of my soul and shadow over tho cheerful liewness of the Instead of sending Chris Mngeu to set-tl- o knowest me bettor than these men can. house. "Wilt thou go witli us tonight There will bo a merry company in the 1 will not loso the child! Speak for me! tho Carnegio war the president for thou hast sympathies forest, and I well nigh promised the should have commissioned Dr. DepowV Thou knowt-s- t which these men lack! Thou knowest Black Man that comely Hester Prynne "candidate of tho workiiigmeii" for vico ' president to tell the Homestead what is in my heart mid what aro a should make one." "Mako my excuse to him. so please about his devotion to labor unionmother's rights, and how much' the Hester, with' a trium- ism, nnd how it has brought him or stronger they are when that mother has you!" answered but her child and tho scarlet letter!, phant smile. "I must tarry nt homo nnd will tlo his reward. Now York World. keep watch Over my little Pearl, illud Look thou to it! I will not losotlioehildl they taken Iter from 1110 1 would willt'lilll WI.T Jnicrtlnn? Look fo it!" Mi. Cbiiksnii thinks that Carnegie At this wild and singular uppivil, ingly have f,iuie with thro into the for-i- t signed my name hi iho Minos. onuht to lie geuvroui with his striking and vili Ii hdietitfd that irertur,,i'!,rMiiio' sitnslinn bad provoknlher tulitil'a hss M.111V IxiiA. ". and that with mine own stcol Morkvre at IJtiuicetoiid, Pa. "Gem Mr. Carnegie. "What floes emus?" than niadiii'sK, th iitiug itilulstnr at blood!" "Wo shull lrm Jlit-- tli'i-r- 1111O11I" nid that lneiiii?'' St. Louis Republic. once came forward. ple, ninl holding huij, frowning, its she iliow his hand over hi heart, u wits his oils A It lull AtciMtfu. torn whenever his jeculiurly nervous back tier head. But here if wo suppose this int.crviow tempcriimcnt was thrown into agitation. If tlio troops hud been called out for botwixt Mistress Hibbins aid Hester every labor t,onlliet there would havo Ho looked n iw more careworn ami emaciated than as wo dcscrilicd him at tho Prynne to bo authentic and not a para-bi- o been an averago of five calls per week was already an illustration of tho slnco tho Mc.'Cinloy tariff began to rolso sceuo of Hester's public ignominy; and whether it were- - his failing health, or young minister's argument ugtiiubt smii wages. Philadelphia Record. whatever tho cause might bo, his large deriug tho relation of 11 fallen mother Very True. dark eyes had a world of pain in their to tho offspring of her .frailty. Even thus early hail tho child saved her from troubled uud melancholy depth. It may Iw said of President Harrison's satan's snare. "Tliero is truth in what sho Bays," becabinet that it would bo hard to change gan the minister with a voico sweet, co.vn.Ti:i. it without improving it. St. Louis t. tremulous but powerful, insomuch that Dr. Mui'luMile'il ICIiiiIiichn, und tho hollow armor tho hall Hero is a story about Sir Morcll Macrang with it: "truth iu what Heater says, and in tho feeling which inspires her! kenzie which gives a typical instance of God gavo her tho child, andgavo her, too. his kindness to nonpitting patients. A Wretched girl tried to commit suian instinctive knowledge of its liaturo and requirements both Beeniingjy so cide by drinking cnrlsiliu acid. Sho inpeculiar which no other mortal being jured her throat fearfully, ami iu hospican possess. And, moreover, is theio tal came tinner tho notice of Sir Morcll not a quality of awful sarredngss iu lite for ti few wi eks. Sho lingornl on ( being relation between this mother and tliis mortally injured ) for fifteen months, and when lying dying iu l.tr miserable child?" homo longed ninl longed to see 'her docAye! how Is that, good Muster Dimthe governor. tor Hgaiii. At last, persuaded by 'jm mesdale?" Interrupted eiilicuHes. said I would go to Hurley 4Muke that plain, 1 pray you!" ask visit "It must bo" oveuAso," lesumod tho street amicould him if he would hopo her, unt reasonably though 1 for minister. "?or,if we deem it other-windo wo not thereby say that the any success. . "Can I help horr he nskpd. I ly, though growing . ht WHERE ARE WEST MARKET, BET. YOU GOING TO BUY YOUR ' rf: THIRD AND from us. FALL CLOTHES "out-of-sigh- T A Car-negi- FOURTH NORTH SIDE YELLOW FRONT. Where yon can do tho best? Then you wljl If you como to Louisville and C t' nhfl around" you'll find us everybody. If you'll send tlio money want to invest from SI. 50 to $18 for a suit or from $." to $.10 for a man's Bult-send goods by return express. If ygul iiko wii-.i- wc scnu, an you nave 10 uoit send back the goods and we will prompt back your money. We have ALWAYS the lowest priced houso in I.ouisvilu, season it is our iwllcy to beat all record to hold all our big trado whilo in Tc Quarters. Try us once. We wnnt jj regular customer. H . IN TEMPORARY QUARTERS. VY S Louisville's Greatest Ming House, . ll&&M$M HARDINSBURG Normal Institute Opens Sept. 5th, 1892. And continues until the first Friday in July 1893.S Tlio following courses will be tnitght : Primary, Intermedia Tx'ncher'p, HusinoFS, Engineer's Scientific, Classical nnd Musical. PRIMARY, 'Tuition Fees. , - ija.GO Per Moillil INTERMEDIATE, OTHER COURSES, Tuition U payable in advance. 2.00 3.00 " " " l OliM-urlt)- jsoariung, including iiici and ngnis, may no nad in private latnilit from S9 00 to S10 per monlh. 1I' People kind and ho-For imformalion address, pi Board. .- I Healthy. Location. Prin. 5 HARDINSBURG, e. R. P. SHACKLETT, HARRY GUENTHER 401-40- & BRO ovei-flowin- 7 East Main St., EDTO- IILTIES: From I to 600 horse power. DO GENERAL FOUNDRY AMD MACHINE d BUSINESS 1 pud-tile- rs Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machinos. Machinory, Keep in Stock New and Second-hanSleam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangors, Brass Goods.; Pipe and Fjttings, Circular Saws, Machine. Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine. Supplies. BaTPRICES and all businoss guaranteed to ho satisfactory, Correspondence, solicited. . :J WTh G-IV- E TJS J O-A-LI- j. ks Globq-Democra- TO EXPEL SCROFULA take from the system, 4 MICHAEL HAMMAN, Tho Regular and FURNITURE jo.nomiNR, J.M.HABFKK, DEAU 1 e, Sarsaparilla .the standard AVER'S Is always on hand with a full slock, JRECKENRIDGE NEWS. 7, 1892. mnd HARQINSBURG DEPARTMENT. bNESDAY, SEPTEMBER t. V. ft VIRGIL L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. OOIXO WEST. O. BAnitAGB, Editors Proprietors. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlnsbarg..l2:4I OOINO p.m. CAST. i and J" i .,St. ii. &.T. Local Timo Card. Kxpresi going East Fannger Dally atr. HarJIniburg.. 7tS0 a.m freight " " " " East West wl Eait 10.01 10.44 5.57 9.48 11.19 10.US West a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. I to statement that Mr. Blaino will speeches during the present vator Hale, of Mninc, is nuthorl y I Fiewof tho provalenco of cholera, nmitsioner Grovenor sucKests that cning of tho World's fair bo post- I a year. 3E William Curtis, editor of r's Weekly, died in Now York last Alo was ono of tho foremost liter- i in tho country. J j I re is a good deal of typhoid fever Ross county and many cases have Iffetal. Tho cnuso is traced to tho bad drinking water. tv- A tit it KTrvpvsnv una nf 1if nlil 1 TT.. uuk umiiiuii;i t'.li:ruuuil, J., Innl C.dlnlrttf s ftbig barbecue was spread and ten land" people greeted him. LWtT y, l:SffVuth is assuming serious pro- tins in this part of tho stato. No t,any consequences has fallen for time, and it is feared that tho corn hacco crop will bo severely injured. ' fear is apprehended that cliol- fcinvade tho United States. Tho jin, Moravia, arrived at New ' week from Hamburg, and it is that thero were twenty-twboard from cholera. f o i bsPATcn from West Point, where "to of tho lato primary election was fig counted lato last night, announced ltho official count was over, and that eatji's majority over Montgomery fjudgb is 30 votes, whilo that of Chelf cr Babbago for Attorney is 12 votes. IWjtAT tho Kentucky Legislature wants lilo is to do something. The Governor's Ito virtually does away with nil the important work of the Legislature Bring tho last six months, and so far as la Stato is concerned it is in no better than when the members first ok their seats. fw-no- Mr. Jcsso Eskridgo is on tho sick list. Mr. B. F. Beard went to Louisville Monday. Bion Jolly was down from Bowloyvlllo , last Monday. na lirnVntminii Will Klnfnn ta on tho L., II. & W. Miss Eva Hcstoii has gone to Planter's Hall to teach school. Mr. Clint Lewis, tho jowelcr, nnd his oldest son aro both quite sick. Mr. David Tnlbott, of Elizabctlitown, was in tho city last Monday. Highest market price paid for all kinds of produce. Beard & Bceler. Miss Lillio Cooper returned to her homo at Rock Vale last Saturday. Tho public school opened hero Monday witli a very fair attendance. Rev. L. E. Campbell is conducting n protracted meeting out at Oakland. Miss Irene Board left last Saturday to take charge of the school at Stephensport. Mrs. II. V. Duncan and Miss Marion Babb.igc, Clovcrport, were visiting hero last week. Official business around tho Court House during tlio month of August was very dull. John Slaton is selling coal hero from tho Sloan mines in Daviess county nt 10 cents per bushel. Amos Board is not well. Tho election men talked him down through tho telephone last week. Miss Judith Bishop, who has been vis iting here for several weeks, returned to her homo in Louisville Saturday. W. K. Barnes went to West Point yesterday to assist in counting tho vote in tills district given in the lato primary. Mr. Robert Johnson goes to the Falls of Rough in a few days to take chargo of tho railroad and telegraph office there. Just think of it I A fino crayon picture, wortli $10, given away with every SlO's worth of goods at Mrs. S. A. Haffey & Co's. Dried fruit market is now open and wo haven nico line of new and seasonable goods for which we will exchange. Beard & Ib'cler. Drop in at Mrs. S. A. Haffey & Co's and see those splendid crayon pictures given away with every $10's worth of goods. The Forco Bill in State Elections. Some defenders of tho Force bill advocated by President Harrison assert that it would not inteforo with Stato elections. Thoy aro mistaken in this, for under tho bill the Federal Supervisors nro to bo empowered to require names to be stricken from Stato registration lists, and at tho polls they nro to bo authorized to reject ballots at their pleasure If thoy do not allow tho voter to deposit his ballot for congressman they deprivo him of his right to vote for all candidates voted for at tho election. This is not only contemplated but provided for in tho bill, which is drawn to apply to all "elections at which representatives or djleg.ites in Cjnjfresi aro voted for." Congressional At every alternate election tho States namo their Presidential electors, and it is now their habit to namo their own Stnto and Ideal officers at tho samo election. For this thero is a good reason. It is a grcnt Raving of expense nnd of agitation. Wo wnnt frequent elections, but wo havo something else to do besides agitato ourselves over politics. Wo want timo between elections to attond to private business. Henco wo elect one-haof our State olfirers in tho "off year" w itli our Congressmen, and tho other half in tho Presidential year with our Presidential electors and Congressmen. Under tho forco bill as Mr. Harrison has urged it tho federal supervisors could control these elections, ns all tho provisions of tho bill would nppiy to them and to tho votes cast in thetn, whether for Stnto officers, for electors or for Congressmen. Tho bill is not mndo tp apply to Congressional elections tnerc' ly, but to all olections nt which Congress men nro chosen. It is truo that wo might ohango our wliolo system of Stato elections so as not to hold them nt tho time wo elect our Congressmen, but to do this wo would havo to more than doublo tho number of elections. Already wo have general elections for Stato officers every two years. This would give us four, two for Stato officers and two for Congress, with nn additional election for Presidential electors; for theso wero elected nt n Congressional election under tho Forco bill, their selection would bo controlled by its machinery and tho people of tho States would have nothing to do witli it Tho enactment of such n law would necessarily revolutionize our system of government, State and federal. It would make our State registration lists subject to federal revision, nnd would give n federal officer power to reject the votes of citizens of tho States. In short, it w ould iio an end of free elections in America. St. Louis Republic. lf CUSTER. Mr. John Cornier will begin our public school Sept. 12. Mrs. John Alexander, Burns, was visiting In town Friday nnd Saturday. BALLARD'S g, DON'T FAIL - a Y I Joel Pilo left Thursday for Stephensport nnd Addison. Win. O. Butler has been tho happy man for tho Inst Week. It's a boy. ltobt. Lockard is at Irvington, whcio ho has been nt work for the past week. Marcus Carter, Vino Grove, is in tho neighborhood buying nil tho salable cattle. Miss Ilattiu Pickcrell nftcr a visit of several weeks, has returned to her homo in Louisvillu. Miss Mnggie Shipley, of Hardin county, spent tho past wcik with Miss Fan-ni- o Harrington. Jim. Bishop, Lcltchfiold's successful bIioo man, sold a handsome lot of goods in town Thursday. Master Raymond Meador and sister, Mnttio, hnvo spent tlio past week with friends near Irvington. A very interesting meeting is being conducted nt "Lizard Hill" by Bros. Haynes nnd Richardson. Mrs. Allen, who has been visiting her son, Uncas Allen, returned to her home, Louisville, Wednesday. Robt. Gentry nnd family, Cannelton, nro visiting Clem Nimmo, Simmon Morris nnd others this week. A. M. DeJernette nnd Bill Vessels, of Hardinsburg, enmo i lit Wednesday to hear tho latest nows from tlio primary. Clem Nimmo is going to build a now dwelling in tho northern part of the town, about n mllo nnd n half from tho Haidine-burpost-offic- e. - ' 0 m, m t' xm m va xm vw. nnr wjttlm.x V' j ;, : r 4 To always serve your own inter- est first. That's business. To dis-- s .- s - V - $, ' v. r tC t J i l .' cover what is to your 'W.i Li; yr- ests is of vital importance, when-- ' r- you seeK success. -:- , ' "ft A b ''.-it & IT DON'T PAY To i - - -- a v. i m T Am m wyv get wedded to a house Buy where your money purchas- -. es the best. To do this you must SEEK. We may have the "best, and possibly you may decide we, have not, at any rate you should fWfTfc. S 4 41 m Tho meeting which has been in progress for tho last two weeks at Constantino, closed Thursdny with the baptizing of tho now converts at Hill's mill. F. B. Lyon, W. D. Carman and Oscar Alexander started to Louisville this morning. Tho first two gentlemen go to sell : tobacco. The latter to purchase goods. Ves Oliver after n visit of several weeks returned to his homo in Alien, Texas last week. Ho was accompanied by Clifton nnd Jesso Pile, who will remain two weeks witli relatives there. Your correspondent mndo an extra In endeavor to secure news this week. asking for items, ho approached our good looking, well beliked young barlielor, John Gilpin. His reply wns "tell them that Tom. Butler moves out and Linch tnovo8 In LINES TO THE MAN WHO vi fj j VBGa vi&v mlt m look at our. line. -:- - . " ' 'm Tx t SMART & CO., CLOVERPORT, KY. FOR SALE BY THE VEST'S For Purify ii 15 i NEW AND FRESH Unexcelled HOT WEATHER GOOD JUST RECEIVED AT listrict this year, and tho last in the Adkisson. ly for all time to come. This is as it Tho storehouse and lot in Stephens-port- , Eiould be, for it is a conceded fact that Ky., formerly owned by It. B. tmcKvatic primaries of late years have Hnnks is for sale. For terms call on W. een in a measure corrupt, and tho peo- K. Barnes. lewnnt them abolished. Take your photo to Mrs. S. A. Haffey The Republicans in this stato aro or- - and have n fine crayon made. Buy $10 fcnnizing, and running men for ollico for worth of goods and this will give you the Fything that is to bo filled, from a picture free. Mr. Andrew Severs returned to FrankCongressman down. This is to keep up Sieir party and lipid it together. As tho fort with his father last week, where he tstem of voting is to bo entirely chang- - will act as page during the remainder of Qn November, Democrats should be the session of the Legislature. ireful that no inroads aro made upon Men's suits $3 nnd up; children's suits cm. SI and up. Special prices for tho next thirty days. Come nnd bo convinced. iBitoTiiEU Harrison nnd the Republican Beard & Beeler. iy aro called upon in this campaign Our brass band hero lias out several ffefend tho Forco bill. In tho South- - bids to play for county fairs this season. i states, where it was intended that They make good music nnd will doubtlis measure, if it over became a law, less get a good showing. jould bo rigidly enforced, tho people Mr. Graham Eskridgo returned from c waking up to the situation. Thoy Louisville last week. lie has boon study Jjufo'as a unit for Cleveland and tho ing short-hanwriting for tho post three mocratic party. months, mid is becoming quite nn ex pert at the business. la. Gahd.veii, tho Pcoplo's party can- Mr. John Hook has purchased the ito for Congress, in litis district, is not brick house, on tho corner occupied by ling so well sinco tho Republicans put Hardin & Brown. The building has nan in tho race. Gardner knows that been condemned by the trustees and lis wasting time in this business, and will ho torn down. Hardin & Brown it would bo much better for him to will move into tho storehouse formerly main on his farm in Hardin county. occupied by Mr. T. M. Miller. ither ho nor Bnrnctt will be in it in The base ball club hero have sent nn U district when Alex. Monlgomery invitation to the club nt OwciiNhoro to Its on the stump. piny n game at this place. The time has uwiE Mdtavru received tho nomina- - not been fixed as yet, but it will bonbout pf( his party for Circuit Judge in this two weeks from now. Tho Hnrdinshurg Ijgtrlct and every Democrat now will nine went down there lust Saturday and Land by him. Twcl vo years' cxpcricnco got it put on to them, now thoy think It the bench should not only entitle him that if tho Owensboro club will como up o the yoto of his own party, but ho here and give them a trial on their own Should bo voted for by men in all parties, ground, they can get away with them. ff is tnoro important now that wo should If the game is made up it will bo quite tyo a capablo and experienced judgo on interesting nnd will doubtless draw a big rbtnch than it has over been before. crowd hero to sec It. It's not very pliaunt to couch ami hack, will bo noticed that wo nrint tho To suflcr piin iu chest ami back, Many k.iIv cuuhl Hop it, for turc J. J)0lii(lnrics of the now Magisterial ills- It y klinply utlng Oni Minute Coj;h Curt'. trifW and voting precincts in this issue. try voter in tho county should read it. HAWESVILLE. Ivlll also bo noticed that several voting haye been discontinued. Hon. Henry Mason, of Evnusville,wcro This Linado necessary by tho now law, as hero Saturday. lirce that each voting precinct Public school began hero Mondny.with iyo as near as possible .'$00 voters Prof. Abel Powell as principal. 4 Tho Breckenridgo News seems to havo V . . tho run on fino job work iu this section would suggest that somo of tho tniakens in tho Kentucky Legis- - of tho country. Cause, neat, cheap work tKeniselves to ono of thoso and effect, contented patrons. Amos Freeman the clover hotel man K.TUed propelling carts, and get Dottle tidrivo them on a kito- - has just completed for himsolfn handsome led track. Who knows but what and roomy cottage on Water street, that light iMfttvUio record of Nancy greatly adds to the looks of that section ? TlwrVc all Kentucky btock. of tho city. rfi'ild get jersonal and mention par. Judgo J. A. Murray and wife, and tr jiumetvijuui u mm, iu mu ihu is Messrs. Rowo and Brown, of tho High PAt- School, as well as Editor J. D. Babbago, w? ayorLigiittOot deserves common- - of tho News, all of Clovcrport, wcro hero Saturday. Rvxusiion ior esutuiisuing mo rocK-pnii Tho Democratic barbecuo hero last is getting to bo no fun now to bo arrested nnd fined in Clovcrport, nnd it is hav- Saturday was a decided success, tho estiing its effect upon drunken rowdyism. mate being that thero were .1000 pcoplo AU wo Jiavo to do now when a man presont. Congressman Ashor Cnruth aud (doesn't pay his flno is to shove him into Coinuionwealtlrfl Attorney Frank Parson, both of Louisville, were tho chief i tlio pen, which contains tho roch-piland "ho that don't work don't eat." Tho speakers of tho day, Tho Republican county committee met Rxpcnso of a guard is not necessary, as io prisoner can't get out, and wo aro hero Saturday nnd fixed September 24, Ing some valuable- - work dono. The ns tho day to nominate candidates for knic toughs aro beginning to fear it, county officers, by mass convention. conducting themselves accord- - Tiioy also expressed a desirothat Republican candidates should bo nominated for judicial offices. In tho race far commonwealth's attorHow This I 01 Dollars Reward ney hero lost Saturday betweon Rowo cannot bo and Taylor for tho Democratic nomina d John P. Zimmerman nnd Miss Lcona he Democratic primary of August Brown were married at the Court House yas tho last that will be held in the hero last Saturday by County Judgo BEWLEYVILLE. Miss James, of Irvington, visited Mies I'ltOI'lll S1EI) HAIX. Nn common tire Han crop entire I. Ike times rtqi'lrc. Lucy Frank last week. Mr. Vetters, of Brandenburg, visited Hon. Chas. Blanford Sunday. Rev. Bennett, of Lcitchfiold, preached nt the M. E. church Sunday evening. Rev. G. F. Cundlff filled his lntt appointment nt tho M. E. church Sunday. Mrs. Chas. II. Drury is very seriously ill; her death is momentarily oxpected. Mr. Herbert Heard, of Hardinsburg, visited Mr. aud Mrs. W. J. Piggott last week. Miss Elinor McDonald, of Houston, Tex., visited tho family of Mr. W. N. Drury last week. Mrs. Griffin Dowell and daughter, Mrs. Hettio McCans, nro the guests of Mrs. Alonzo Bennett. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Moorman nnd family, of Brandenburg, are nt tho bedside of their daughter, Mrs. Chns. II. Drury. Mr. Alex Lang and Mrs. Ruter and son, Marion, of Louisville, came down Saturday to attend tho n nuptials. Miss Lulu Jolly, of Hnrdin&burg, and iier guests, the Misses McTearce, of Louisville, visited Mrs. W. J. Piggott last w eek. Married, at the residenco of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gross, on Sunday, September 4th, nt (UO o'clock, p. m., Miss Alnttie Gross and Mr. Wallace Foote, Rev. G. F. Ctindiffolficlating. Miss B. Ada Drury loft Tuesday for Kentucky College, Peweo Valley, whero she will havo chargo of tho preparatory department for tho ensuing year; sho was accompanied by Miss Elinor McDonald, of Houston, Tex., Dora Hcnsley, of Mt. Vernon, 111., and Eula Lewis, of Glendale, Ky., who go as pupils. Hodges-Henderso- And licMl cinifcpiru With rliinB Ire. Some plan that's dire To beat the lu)ir Of new grown rye'r, His poor lltrkshirc Or anything, If he will huy it. A I pcripirc Ami think of fire It's my tkslre, As It gets drier With rain no nlghcr, While people tire, Tor food goes higher, , That proplicier lie called a liar. (Don't .i) it's inc, for I'll deny it.) t v Mrs. Harnett nnd Miss Eddio Robinson nnd son, T. S. Robinson, of Vino Grove, enmo down the last of tlio week to see their relative Mr. S. C. Malin. Miss Lucinda Bryant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bryant, of near Weldon, died September 1st, nt 8 o'clock of consumption. Sho had been n constant sufferer for nino months, but wntf always cheerful and bright. Lucindn had many noblo qualities nnd was tho light of her homo. Sho had becu a member of tho Methodist church for somo time; she was twenty years of ago. It seems hard for ono so young to bo taken. Tho bereaved ones hnvo tho deepest sympathy ofthcir ninny friends in their sorrow. He Appreciates the Gift. IlAnniNsnumi, Ky., Sept. 3, 1892. Mkssiis. Bishop, Vessi.ks, Roimtns, Bnowx, Mattinoi.y, and Beii.eh, Gentlemen : By tho hand of Mr. Arthur Pate, I have just received a They Have No Ancestors. Editoii News. Dear Sir In my last;' effusion I proposed to give tho Repuhli- -' enn party a further shaking up. It would give mo pleasure to 'turn them over to the sinkings of an enlightened, conscience if they only possessed such a commodity, but liko old Sam Mnyson's "bar," when one day older they nro two days worse. In somo cases it is a pleasure to a person or party to havo their ancestors aud associates refered to; how is it witli our Republican neighbors? Where did you come from ? Tho old Wldg nnd Deino-- j cratic party would not nffiliato with you,, and what holds you together nothing but tho cohesive power of publio plunder iu tho shapo of tariff, pensions, subsidies and the hopo of tho forto bill, whereby your tnllons may bo tho means tightly clamped and perpotunted. Tho first effort of tho Republican party to secure controll of tlio government was in 1850, when Fremont and Dayton wero tho nominees for President nnd both from tho North with party sectional views taking nil tlio risk of disrupting tlio government which tlio immortal Fihnoro said would surely follow iu coso of their election. Mr. Fihnoro said the North would not submit to hnving both President and from the .South, nnd know tlio South was no less sensativo. Of course this Is history, but wo nro making history every day. They hnvo been elevated to power by accident under falso pretense, nnd no doubt the timo will como when somo of these Republicans will bo running around for Democrats ta sign a recommendation nvering they, novcr did vote tlio Redublicnn ticket noif tnlk that way. For one, I will not sign. P, V. D. Ci.o'EnronT, Ky. to-da-y, Vice-Preside- STEPHENSPORT. Mr. 0. C. Lewis hns returned from Tom Bruner is Dead Thos. J. Bruner, n merchant nt Preston, in tho upper edgo of tills county died Inst Saturdiiy ovonlng, from the effects of injuries that ho received ton days beforo by being thrown from n buggy. Ho was returning homo from tho Raymond church on Thursday night, Aug. 2oth, in company with a young man named James Barger, when their horso becamo frightened nnd ran away. Thoy wero thrown from tho buggy, and both received injuries on tho head. Barger was only slightly hurt, but Bruner wns so seriously injured that ho could not recover, and after suffering formoro tlinn a week,' died last Saturday, as stated above. Tom Bruner was a good nnd kind man, n member of ono of the best families in Breckenridgo county, nnd always conducted himself ho ns to mako all who knew him respect aud love him. Ho had not nn ciidtny in tho world. Ho leaves a widow, mother, sisters and brothers nnd many other relatives and friends to mourn his loss. The News extends to tho bereaved relatives. SAMPLE. J. II. Wedman was in Stophonsport Sunday. Mrs. Miller Rollins lias given birth to a fine girl near this place. Mrs. Dresser from Now Albany, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Bill Roberta near Sample. Miss Ida Bakor, of ltomo, Ind., visited Mrs. Luln Connor iu this placo last Saturday. There was a grand entertainment nt Mr. Gcorgo Cashman's last Wednesday night near Union Star. Nashville. Mr. Joel Pilo, of Custer, visited our town Saturday. Author B. Blaino has returned from tho Stato of Washington. Mr. E. II. Miller lias been quite sick, but is now convalescing. Mrs. Harvey Adams visited her mother, Mrs. Paulmnn Inst week. Huston Stiles is filling n vacancy as night operator at Clovcrport shops. Airs. J. C. Brashear with her littlo daughter, Suo,i8 tho guest of Mrs. Napper. Wo regret to hear of the Bad accident to Mrs. Tillio MaGlothnn, of Union Stnr. Miss Luln Lewis returned to her homo in tho city after a visit to Mrs. Sam Reynolds of Rome, Iud. Mrs. Hebbio Robertson left for T,ouis-vill- o Thursday with her son, Webb, where ho will attend cchool. Mr. Frank Jnrboe, assisted by Miss Irene Board, opened tho school hero Monday. Wo wish them success. of this plnco will Tho "Post-office- " gladly furnish the correspondent of Custer witli the requested work spoken of last week. Nature has put on her fall robe, and tho small boy with satchel of books hastens to tho houso of learning to spend day nftcr day in penetrating their depths, Mr. John Bonnet's family left for Louisvillo lost week, thoy will keep n boarding house. The houso vacated by them hero will bo kept by Mr. Roland Smith. Tlio ladles of tho Baptist church of Stephensport extend many thnnks to Mr. Charles Lisbon of Clovcrport for tho gift BRANDENBURG. of one hundred pounds of ico for their supper. W. II. Ditto, of Vino Grove, spent last Mr. Will English preached n very nico weeklicre. sermon in tlio Baptist church Sunday Jess Ilindon, of near Webster, spent night. Ho and his sister, Miss Etta, will Saturday hero. leavo for school Monday; Miss Etta for Albert Richardson from Vino GrovOj Hopkinsviilo nnd Mr. Will for Russell-vlllspent Sunday here. Georgo Lyddan from near Webster was Mr. Andy Pcrrigo, of Now Albany; Mr, in town Saturday, and Mrs. J. II. Loesor, of Louisvillo; Mrs. Thero Is a great deal of slckncrs in our John Ilook.of HardinburgjMr.'Chris Pcrrigo nnd daughters, of Clovcrport, woro community nt present. Mr. R. C. Crnycroft nnd wifo wero In with us lost weok to attond tho funeral of their sister, Mrs. Anron Miller. town on business ono day last weok. After long months of suffering, Mrs. Prof. Mack Hancs nnd wifo, of Louisville, aro visiting Mr, nnd Mrs. D. W. Colla Miller oboyed tlio summon of death nnd was called nwnyfrom our midst on Lewis. 22d nt 4 p. in. She boro nflliction ' The Baptist aro having a protracted tho with calm patience nnd seemed to bo rneetlnghoro,conductcdby Rovs. Hnygan happy and pefectly resigned to submit to and Williams. tho will of our Heavenly father who Sheriff J. D. Hardin and wifo, nnd doctli nirthtngs well. Sho leaves a husJudgo Itawlings havo returned from thlr band and son wltlj, mother, sisters nnd Western trip. brothers to mount her lose. She is tho F, K. Mnlln arrived homo Sunday from first child out df twelve who has been Ashland. lie wm called home to see his taken from that poor old mother. The father, Mr, S, 0. Majln who is seriously Lord has been kind in keeping her chij- o. Cleveland and Stevenson hat witli your note, tendering tho pamo to mo ns n present. AVJth tho most profound gratitude, I accept tlio same, believing that tho purest motives prompted you in bestowing this favor upon mn. Knowing you to bo tried nnd truo Democrats and workers for tho success of tho grandest party on earth, I havo no language to express my kind feelings for you in thus acknowltdging your appreciation of what fcmnll service, In nn lium-bl- o way, I hnvo been able to lender our party. I shidTwear the hat in tho hot-eof tho fight through ono of tho most important political contests that was over fought on this continent. Your obedient servant, st Bowmer. & Hambleton's ALL KINDS AT PANIC P'EIOES. Be Sure and Examine Their Stock. vv'vvvvvvvvvvvvv"vvwvvvvvvvr VVvyVVVVVVYVVVVVVYVVVVYVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVYVV""VYV 11 W. K. Baii.vks. Agray beard on a man under 50 makes him look older than ho is. Tho best dyo to color hrown or bhiek is Buckingham's Dye for tho Whiskers. It's Disagreeable ?, 4r M To buy nnd get inferior goods. But if you do buy where that class of goods is sold "tako your medicine liko n littlo mnn," but don't do It again. Drop in next Friday the 8th Inst. and sco our Mr. Ilunscho, foreman of Sulzer's Tailoring Department, who will carry with him n full lino of Samples for Fall nnd CURfiHCfl M. flORDIE Winter Suitings, representing the Latest Styles, etc. Givo him n trinl order. CLOVERPOUT, KY. INSTRUCTOR IN jiortliaiid and ALSO BOOK-KEEPIN- Type-irit- lf FARM FOR SALE Consisting of about one huuclrod nnd o acres. I wish to sell Immediately, aa I wish to go Wst. Would like to go by the last of Septombor. The farm Los a large, bearing orchard nnd a thousand young trees just commer.clng to bear fruits of all kinds. The land Is all under good fencing. There are on the farm two log houses, a good frame barn and lumber enough to build a nice frame dwelling house. Thn place bas all necessary conveniences and Is nlorly situated on the Louisvillo. Pt. Louis k Texas railroad, one mile east of Quston and three miles west of Efcron I will sell on good and easy termt. Any one wanting a farm will do well to come and see me befvro buying. B. F. KENDALL, Ou.ton, Ky. sixty-tbre- (In connection with Weaver's Business College) PENMANSHIP & ARITHMETIC: THE GRAHAM SYSTEM, Galigraph and Remington by Oflicinl TYPEWBITERS. Tlio only Collego in tho Stnto of Kentucky indorsed Roportors. Established in 1891, and during tho first year PUBLIC SALE. On Saturday, October 1st, I will offer at Publio Auction, on my premises, h mile East of Ilhodella, Ky., my Lire Stock and Farming Implements, consisting of six fifteen and four yearling Mules j one Jock, ono Stallion ; alio Hogs and Sberpi one Self Blading Cattle, Harvester, one Mower, nne Wheat Drill, one Harlow Corn Planter, Sulky Hay Hake, Fprlng and Iload Wagons, Plows, Harrows, eto , etc AH sales made on twelve months' time with One Hundred Pupils Were Enrolled- This ppeakB for itself. We Get You a Situation, Ab soon as you becomo competent to approved securely, for further Infortnatltn call on or address the undersigned, J. W. RIIODKJ, KLodelta, Ky. busti-Oc- hold ono. leading Official Stenographers of the city. tion, For catalogue, addrosa o REFERENOES.Charlos A. Graham, Clarence E. Walkor, the, Writo to them for informa- a ls QBRD WHKAT. 1 have two hundred I'ulcastcr wheat which I will xll and at the rjllro.-i- at one dolhr per bushel, ta Include mrks. It la th. heit whmt for any tv CLARENCE M.. GO Dr. J, M. Clayton, Physician Office Surgeon. Store mr Puyi e it UJt Ifyifluare OLOVKHPOBT. KY. A. Merchant Tailor, IND. OANNELTON, Sulta nindi' to order in tlio best rtylc. . Perfect fit Kunninlocd. Orders Bolit-itctl- J. KIRST A, A. Simons, M. D. Physician Ojjict over Surgeon CLOVEiironr, ky. flrrclenriihje flank. J, W. JARRETT, ll'SJJalm K-- Ppninn JfTP.nt STEPHENSPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1S92. J.00AL BREVITIE8. Admission free at Sulzcr's Nrncy Hnnks bargains Sulzcr's. . Easy rcstn tlio head tlial wears Super's fallliafs. . Don't bo frightened if you bcc a crowd at Sulzcr's. Jfm Wlicolcr is in Lonisvillo on tobacco busincaa. Station agent, W. 0. Allen, linn n bran noVf velocipede car. Cnpt. Marion Ryan, of Louisville, was in the city all last week. Mr. Will Nichols, of Louisville, is visiting liia parents in this city. Mr. Stovo Parr, of Mooloyvil'c, was In tlio city Friday and Saturday. Miss Pearl Brninnrd lias accepted a position as saleslady at Sulzcr's. County Assessor, Len Casbman, of Raymond, was In the city Monday. Mr. Sam Ross, of Louisville, was in tlio city and vicinity buying apples last week. JJlssLila Adam, tlio bullo of Louis- port, is tno gucst'of Miss LaFuyette La- Heist. Pil03 of People have piles, but Witch Hxiz'l Salvo will euro them. JMiss Eppio Iloekirsniith, of Mudison-villis the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. llnycs. Prof. J. T. Jenkins, of Ceeilia, was the gucfet of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bcavin last week. 'W. F. Huye9, an attorney, of Owcns-borwas in tlio city yester lay on a professional visit. Miss Yandn Carson has accepted a position in tlio Nkws ofllce, and is learning to Bet typo. Mr. Lon Kay, of Hancock county, drovo into town ono day last week and his horso died while- here. Mrs. Dr. Brown is building a new flower house in her yard on the corner of Ejrst and Houston streets. Mrs. Albert Lalleistand children, vlio havo been visiting relatives in flew Albany, have returned home. W. W. Brooks has returned from a visit to Charleston, Ind. Mrs. Brooks will not return for somo time yet. Mrs. Pat Cunningham, of Evansville, and Mibs.Cairio Winfrey; of Caskey, are the guests of Mifs Jennio Keith. Mr. A.T. Dugger, of Clifton Forgo, Va., has accepted a position as foreman in the News office, and now has charge ot same. For billions fevers and malarial disorders, use Ayer's Aguo Cure. Its success is guaranteed if taken according to directions. Nick Payne, of Lodiburg, who has been staying hero and attending tho Tar Springs for somo weeks, returned homo Friday. Mr. James II. Mooreman who has been visilinghisduughtcr, Mrs. J. T. Hatehett, of Henderson, for qulto a whilo, returned homo Saturday. Rev. W. 0. Brandon will preach his Mctliodint Ia.it pormon in the Elm-strechnreh next Sunday at 11 o'clock a. in., and ut night there v. ill be song eervlco, iutorspcrsed witli short talks. Graut Davenport, colored, 'Bluo Wing' a chronic oflViulur of tho public peace, was fined $25 In tho City Court Monday for carrying u pistol, and is now pounding rock for the benefit of the public. Llllard'sstonoliouso on railroad boul- cvard is about completed. Ho is laying a vitrified brick walk around it, and it will bo a desirable and pleasant placo to live. It is a doublo tenement, and tho wholo building Is already rented. What shall it profit a man if he gain tho Tvholo world and then has tho dys pepsia so bad that no can't enjoy any oi tlio gooU things it contains 7 no wion't havo dyspepsia if ho takes Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers. Tho contract .was let last Friday night by tho council to Charles Bolder to grado High and Wall streets from the residence of D. R. Murray to that of Mrs. McCrao, and the work will begin at once. Rov. W. 0. Brandon and "Butch" Snwver wont out and took bieakfast saArw'jth Sam Hall last Friday morning so ns to get an early start for a squirrel hunt. They had a fine dayond succeeded in bagging an oven dozen of tho nim-bl- o little animals. Havo tried almost every known remedy for Itching Piles without success, finally bouL-h-t a box of Do Witt's Witch HAzel.Salvo, and it has cured mo. 0. D. Ilnekftis, Peoria, III. Mr.nm Spottsman, porter at tho I Iotel, and Miss Birdie Allen will Sam is the best dar-kl- o he married in town, without an exception, and la a great favorite with tho traveling public, while tho brido ranks among tha V, V. F's. of the colored society of tho city. The Nkwk congratulates them. The picture of Clarence M. Gordon, instructor In shorthand and, typewriting at Weaver's Biwlneau College in Louisville, liih Is now pfjearlns; every week' in e, o, Clo-vorp, You furnish the I et , Hu'z r iiirntah'fl the shoes, at small cost. "Neck and neck" Is the way Sulzi r's now fall ties are going. Mir. W. J, Smith, of Cannelton, Is visiting her son at Victoiia. Mrs. Jennie Wilson, of Ilnrncd, has moved to New Albany, Intl. The Cloverpnrt High School opened lip Mondiu;wlth n good attendance. Mr. Henry Davi", of tho Cut Ofi", was in town one day Inst week. Run, ban Must'T Felix Walker, IliU-returned to Danville to attend Hchonl. AyerM Sunnparllla will euro your ratal rli. nnd remove that sickening odor of the breath. Misses Flora and Alice Smith, of are the guests of Miss Maggie Farber. Mibs I.ela Henley began her private scnool Monday with about thirty pupils in attendance. Harry Roth, the engineer that got hurt in the Howard wreck, is able to bo out on crutches'. John Morris Eskridgo and P. Ilaswell, of Ilardinsburg, were in the city yesterday. All the Clovcrport people who have been visiting Old Point Comfort and tho East, have returned. Mr. A. J. Kirst, tho suitor, will bo at with a full tho Nappcr IIouso lino of tlio latost samples. Newt Petrie, operator in tho L., St. L. & T. office nt Henderson, was in tho city sovcral days last week. Jas. M. Lynch, attorney, formerly of Litchfield, but now of Evansville, was in tho city Monday on business. Mrs. F. P. Rrowning and children, of Delaware, Ohio, are the guests of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Randall, of this city. Mr. Will English nnd sisler. Miss Etta, were passengors on the West bound train Monday, en routo to Itussellvillo to attend school. Miss Ella Dowden, of Brandonburg, came down Sunday to tako her old position as intermediate teacher in the High School. Mr. Jcto Gannane, who has been visiting his wife's relatives at Whilcsville, returned yesterday. M rs. Gannano did not accompany him, but will remain some time yet. Dr. Sam Haniblutonlias opened a dancing school in Boyd's Hall, and is trying to teach some of tho young bloods of tho city how to "trip tho light fantastic" in a graceful manner. As n general liniment for sprains and bruises or for rheumatism, lame back, deep Fcatcd or muscular pains, ChamFor berlain's Pain Balm is unrivaled. sale by A. R. Fisher. s Can-noltopott-mastrt A BAD WRECK. TWO FREIGHT TILMN8 COLLIDE ON THE TEXAS, WITH DISASTROUS RESULTS. DEFEATED, BUT NOT DISOJMOED. The So Called Owcnsboro Baso Ball Club Beat Us by a Scoro of 10 to 6. Henry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. Johu M. Borntraegcr H'ttry Roth and Thomas Mai oh jured. In- The worst wreck that has occured on L, St. Ij. &T. slneo its coiiftiuctlnii hipponed Tuesday night about HiliO o'clock nt llowai"', i s.a Inn just below n West Point, anil was caused by the of two freight trains. local freight (No. "2), The In charge of Harry Roth, engineer; Frank Hull, fireman; and John Prentice, conductor, was behind time but had tho right of tlio track to Wist Point. The through freight (No. Oil), in charge of John Meauzy, engineer; Boyd, fireman; and Win. Shields, conductor, was on time, nnd had right of track coming West to West Point. At some station nbovo West Point, No. 0.1 passed nn N N- - & M. V. freight train on n siding and tho conductor without paying strict ntttntion thought It was No. 02. When ho got to West Point ho registered liis train, and with the idea in his head that ho had passed 02 up the road, did not notice that 02 was not yet registered, but stepped back to his caboose and signaled tho engineer to go ahead. Taking his conductors word for it, though he is equally responsible, Meauzy pulled out nnd was soon dashing down tho line nt the rato of eighteen ortwenty miles nn hour. Right at Howards in n short bend he met Harry Roth, with 02, coming up the road at about the samo rato of speed.! When thoy saw each other's head-light- s the engineers and firemen jumped, thus saving their llves.nnd tlio two long, heavy trains came together with terrifllc force, almost complete')' demolishing tlio locomotives nnd wrecking nbout twelvo cars. Thomas March, a bnikcmnn on G2, broko liis left leg just below tho kneo when ho leaped from the top of the train to savo IiIb life, and the fracture is so bad that tho limb will probably have to bo Engineer Roth also received amputated tin injury by Beverly spraining his left ankle when ho leaped nnd will probably bo laid up for some time. Ho is nt the Clovcrport Hotel now and is doing ns well as could bo expected. No ono clso was hurt. But Brcokenridge Can Beat Any County in tho State, if They will Play Striotly Homo Talont. AMI We Are Ready To show tho largest, handsomest nnd most perfect stock of Men's Boys' and Children's Clothing for Full mid Winter wear ever on exhibition in this city, nnd nil our own manufacture It is cut by our regular custom cuttors nnd made by our regular custom tailors, and tho thousands of dollars paid out for labor re main in Louisvillo and circulutc among our own people Our houso is a strictly ho no institution. We handle no Eastern made trash. Gentlemen wanting for immediate uso for themClothing selves or boys anything in tlio way of Spring-weigwill be nccommodotcd for a short time at reduction prices. ht the WITH coll-sio- wnti.tN lin.IT A MTTi 12 mom: iMt.urnou. MVUIVSIIOIIO I'liHt-boun- d West-boun- d Tho Breekeniidge Base Ball Club, accompanied by nbout four hundred friends nnd sympathizers, went to Owcnsboro last Saturday and played a Club called the "Owensboro's," but which in fact is made up with professional baso ball players from nil over the country, who draw largo salaries for their work. Tho club that played against us consisted of hired men from Cincinnati, Ohio, Evansville, Ind., Clarksvlllc, Tenn. Pcora, 111., add Louisville. Thero was but ono mnti in tho club who could bo called an Owensboro man, nnd ho was tho tenth mnn nnd sat oil the players bench all r. through the game and took no part w The others wcro strangers who get from $75 to $1M) a month for their services, sovcral of whom hnvo played in National Liegue and American Association Clubs. Notwithstanding all theso advantages, our homo boys, who work In stores, on the farm and in tlio factories held the big professionals down to a nice and exciting game, with tho exception of tlio third inning, whero Owcnsboro was able to bunch some hits, nnd witli tho assistance of somo errors on our side, they piled up nine Ecorcs. Immediately after this our boys spurred up nnd gave them three successive gooso eggs, making five In tho wholo game, while wo took a similar sized "setting" to our own nest. W. J. Whitworth, of Hardlnsburg.um-pirc- d tho fivo first inuings of the game, and made somo mistakes not intentlon-all- y of course but which wcro very disastrous to our boys, and the scoro would hnvo been somo closer had they not been made, though tho final result would not have been changed. Tho four last innings were umpired by 11. D. Boyd, of Owcnsboro, nnd ho did it In n very satisfactory manner to both sides. The result of tl.o game by Innings is hat-eve- --- ; -. 4 TOO TO I BUST Just now to say much aboj Our Fall Opening, Julius Winter & Co., Reliable" Clothiei-I Oor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky 6011 s H but we pal LAUGH ' ?; iI With tho.se who laugh, andHi mark that the prospect,,, of:jfj for trade is i H Lei t At, pw ph iuL s :w 'Fir rS H $ ' tj- -i ":, ' JUST NOW About as encouraging as could ask for Lc 23 iiiSi lj4 ILci Earnest Workers EXCURSION SULZEB'S. KSZaKSSai Sirt.' TO I niTIx LiUUIij Via L., St. L. "F"F TT V SHOT HIS AUNT. ns follows Innings : IJJiJD, R. U T I? mas BONE, PURE BONE MEAL, PURE ACIDULATED OHIO VALLEY Owensboro llrcckunrldKU The members of tho Clovcrport Lodge of Freo Masons, pave an enjoyable entertainment to their wives and children in thoir lodge-roolast Wednesday night. The Earnest AVorkers' Society of tho , Presbyterian church will run an excur sion Soptcmbcr 10th, from Henderson to Louisville and return. Only $1.50 from Get ready Clovcrport for tho round-triand go. Tickets for sale nt tho City Bakery, Fisher's drug storo and Sulzor's. A Nkws representative took a poll'of tho Breckenridge county voters, who were on the excursion train Saturday, as to how they stood in tho Circuit Clerk's raco, and tho voto stood G2 for Skillman nnd 41 for Ball, 20 not voting. This was a representative Breckinridge crowd and it shows that Skillman is safe, though wo had probably better do some hustling for that '20 that did not" voto. Mr. John Johnstone has built a chimney to Judgo Murray's new house, which in workmanship demonstrates beyond n doubt that ho is ono of the finest bricklayers that ever worked in Clovcrport. The chimney is mnde of Patton vitrified brick, a dark cherry red, and is ornamented with Loitisvillo white llro brick. It is not only so ornamental that it displays Judge Murray's property to a splendid advantage, but is tho best chimney ever built in Clovcrport. m The City Council met in n call meeting Monday night for the puipobo of putting an extra man on tlio city police force. From nmong several applicants, Phil Dellaven was the lucky man, and was chosen for the position. This was n much lieedcd.addition to tho force, and we now hnve five officers in the city who have tho authority to arrest and they should bo uble to keep things tolerably quiet. Jack Hondrick, n flip coon from Ilardinsburg, was feeling his booso ns ho was coining homo on tho excursion train last Saturday night, and in acting tho nigger "smart Alox," p 'rsonally insulted Chas. Boyd, white, a passenger from Owens-borotHawesville. Ho bad no sooner done so than Boyd wason hfra and knock-in- a him so fast and so much of it, that l.e was glad to escape into another car to savo his scalp from further bruis' s. If you want to hear somo nice music, loaf around the BnncKKNitinnn Nmvm building some night when the Clover-pu- t String Band is practicing upstairs on tlio second floor j if you want to hear the reverse, come nround when tho Cloon vcrport Comet Band is the third floor, and if you want to hear a conglomeration of diHeront noises, come around hen both bands and tho engine nnd presses of tlio Nkws are all running at once. As wiw announced last week, Dr. Win. Atkinson, tlio "fako," struck tho town. Ho had not been hero long until ho got boozed and undertook to put a scarlet hue over everything. Ho was arrested and fined $3 and cost, nnd wont to the rock-pll- o to pay it. A plug hat and a Princo Albert coat was quito a novelty rock-nllnnd attracted consilium on tho bio attention, but nevertheless ho did good work. Ills tiino was out Saturday night, and ho shook tho dust of Clover port from oil his already dirty socks, and it will probably bo somo tlmo beforo wo are annoyed with his prcsenco again. o e. A Card of Thanks. wish to express my hcart-fol- t thanks' I to tho good peoplo of Clovcrport for the kind assistance they 'rendered and tho sympathy they expressed to our bereaved family during tho last uicknear of my .deceased fatlior. 'F. M. Rvan. i i . &?- - wd Erwsrv. ' JWi. Tho rcsu't of tho game should bo very Claudo Brashoar Seriously Wounds encouraging to our boys. It gives them to know that they are the best amateur Mrs. C. M. McGlolhlan at club in tho State, playing strictly homo Union Star. boys, though thoy want practice Practice up, boys, and then go down to Owcnsboro nnd bIiow them what you can It Was a Thoughtless Accident. do for their professionals. XOTKS. The littlo town of Union Star was h thrown into considerable excitement the Owonsboro Zanner could last Saturday morning by tho accidental man. shooting of Mrs. 0. M. McGlothlan by Our boys showed them how to slide hor nephow, Claudo Brashear, a young for second. man nbout 18 yenrs of age. Whitworth nnd Ilaswell know how to Tho particulars as well as could bo excursion train. Thoy mndo learned by tho News, nre about as fol- run an somo money this trip. lows ; They pounded Hook pretty lively, Young Brashear, who is a very careboys could not find tho ball less fellow witli a gun, wasstartingsquir-re- l whllo-ou- r breech-loadeand every tlmo thoy wanted to. hunting with a o while standing on the portico of I). S. Dr. Rice Pennington, a former countinn, witnessed tho gump Richardson's residence, saw a bird flying along nnd without thought raised his nnd hardly know which Bide to halloo gun and fired. Mrs. McGlothlan was for. across the street In a garden, nbout fifty Not a Breckenridgo boy was put out nt yards off, and received almost tho entile second, whilo tho Owonsboros were load in her breast, arms and face. Three caught several fcctofT every time they atshot pierced her left eye and that mem- tempted to steal it. ber is destroyed, nnd it is feared by her The Nkws man is under obligations to physician, Dr. Win. Milner, that tho Hon. I). R. .Murray, W. J. Piggott and shot lodged in tho brain. Sho was suf- Albert Thompson for conveyance to nnd fering sovercly when last heard from. from tho grouuds In an ellegant surrey. Mrs. McGlothlan is a daughter of S. S. Brashear, deceased, a prominent BreckUNION STAR. enridge county farmer; is a sister of Mrs. James T. Skillman, of this city, nnd Mrs. Dr. Milner nnd son, Jiiiihh, wero is tho wife of C. M. McGlothlan, n promguests of Mrs. L. B. Helm Friday. inent merchant of Union Star. Miss Dora Gardner left Sunday for Claude Brashear is an oipbnn boy, tho son of W. It. Brashear, deceased, and Raymond, whero sho will tench this year. hits madu C. M. McCilothlan's his homo Mrs. James Skillman of Clovcrport 1b since Ids father's nnd mother's death, with her sister, Mrs. C. M. McGlothlan. several ycniBngo, Mr. McGlothlan being j Miss Daisy Wntlington nnd Master Ho is a his guardian. Ruby llaynernru attending school here. good boy, and ho is greatly bereaved Mr. Edd. Shellman, of Louisville, is over tho unfortunate accident in which tho guest of Mrs. Sue Trynitre, near town. lie so seriously injured his mint. Miss Dora Gardner entertnrned her THE CARRIE HOPE SUNK. friends very pleasantly last Friday evening. The Little Steamer Goes Down on a Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B, Gardener spent Log at Mason's Landing Early Saturday and Sunday with relatives nt Sunday Morning, this place. Nowd reached tho city yesterday of Mrs. T. J. Miliary and children, of tlio sinking of tho Carrie Hope at Lonisvillo, spent Thursday witli Mrs. Mason's Landing, noar Troy, Sunday Dr.. Milner. morning. Tim boat had landed for somo Tho public shcool opened Monday with produce, nnd as sho was backing out sho good attendance. It will ho taught by struck a log and toro a hole in her hull Mr. Owon Cunningham. nbout twcniiy feet long. Sho immediaMiss LaFnyetto Parr returned to her tely began to sink, and tho pilot ran her homo at Chenault, last week after an exWh-tshe settled down her ashore. to Mrs. Owen Cunningham. bow was well aground and her stern was tended visit Mrs. J. C. Black died at hor homo in As sunk in nbout fivo feet of water. sho lay sho was in a very bad twist, but Loulsvillo Wednesday, August 31st. Tho It is thought sho can bo raised and re- remains wero brought hero for intendpaired all right by Wednesday or Thurs- ment. day. Thcro was no dnmago to freight Tlio Guston baso ball club' was net "In Tho latter wcro badly it" with all their wrangling when thoy or passongers. f lightened by tlio escaping steam from a played tho Union Star club nt Preston pipo which was broken whon tho boat Thursday. twisted. Tho boat's doctor was broken Mr. Wm. English of Robert's Bottom, up, and it is thought this will bo tho was the guest of friends hero Sunday. Ho principal daiunge. Oweiisboro Messon-go- r. left Monday for Russellville, Ky., whoro ho will attend school. Mrs. 0. M. McGlothlan was accidentalTo bo Married September 14th. ly shot by her nephow, Claudo Brashear Curds are out announcing the marriago on last Saturday morning. Tho shot of Mr. Hairy L. Roth to Miss Nannlo took effect in tlio left eye, mid whilo it Is Witt, Wednesday, Soptcmbcr Mth, nt a very painful wound, It is not thought Methodist 0:80, n. in., at tho Elm-streto be serious. church. Mr. Roth is nn engineer on tho Misses Sara E. and Lena Richardson & T. rnlhoad, Is a native of L., St. L. Pennsylvania and is a refined gentleman nnd Mattio Milner accompanied by and Will L. Milner and R. In every respect. Miss WIttis the daugh- Messrs. J. T. went to Preston Thursday ter of William Witt, of this city, nnd Is a 0. Richardson ' accomplished to sco Guston so easily defeated. binutifnl, intelligent and Mr. T. J. Bruncr, of Preston, who was young lady. Tho wedding will bo a brilliant alfiilr, and tho News extends con fatally injured by being thrown from hfs grntulations in. advance, and wishes tho buggy on Thursdny evoning Aug. 2uth, r young couple a long, happy nnd prosper- died at his homo Saturday evening, 3d. Tho interruicnt took place life. ous tho following day at Bruner's cemetery. Messrs. R. 0. Richardson, Will 1. MilA Card of Thanks. ner and Hubert Bruner spent several out-cntcr, Breck-enridgkind-hearteI l.S67S 0090004! oiaooioi s T 3 0- -0 if & X. R.. UlLhAU FHUSPHATE, PHOSPHATE, From Ilendorson and all intermediate points. SPECIAL M Only S85g5SB--S5BBffiggBaaaBaSB- i1.50 September I TOBACCO POTATO UZERS. All Hound trip from Clovcrport nnd stations above. m Grade ANIMAL MATTER Goods, ron m Mt B wvncH i . .. r. i CO. All SPRING CROPS. CINCINNATI DESICCATING x Monday. li '$1 one-thir- d CINCINNATI, O. ??2E L SEH33gg This will bo a grand opportunity to visit Louisvillo for regular fare Excursionists will havo six hours in the city. Refreshments served on train. USE Pure Raw Bone Fertilizer! To increnso your crops nnd to improvo your land. The only gooi sold that will improve your farm is Bone Fertilizer. Rcmcmucr B. F. Beard it Co's., goods are all put up in See Bills for Schedule. FE1 L.V, J i III The Owensboro Fair. Tlio directors of tho Owensboro fnir nre determined that the fnir this year shnll surpass nny meeting thnt thoy hnvo over yet hold, nnd thoy fully intend to keep up their reputation of giving tlio best fnir in Western Kentucky. They hnvo expended $0,000 this summer lu improvements, nnd havo built n new bandstand, now stables for stock nnd mado many other vnluablo nndnttrnctivo They hnvo employed improvements. ono tho finest bands in tho country from Indianapolis nt n cost of $800, and thoy offer tho best inducements in the way of Inrgo nnd rich premiums. Tlio races each day will bo nn nttmction unprecedented heretofore, nnd altogether it will bo n great meeting. Those wishing catalogue nnd list of premiums should address J. W. Cnrter, Secretary, Owensboro, Ky. A Piano Free. Messrs. Fettecr&Shober.of Louisville, Kontucky, publishers of FMer'n Southern Magazine, nre doing something nover by nny other publishers. They gtvo nwny a four hundred nnd fifty dollar piano to tlio first person securing two hundred yearly subscribers nnd will give tho same style of instrument to nny person sen ding them two hundred nnd fifty yearly subscribers. It is remarkable that such nn offer can bo made, and whon ono considers thnt tho subscription price is only $2.50 n year, it shows by a simplo sum that thoy mnko nothing by tho transaction. However, thn magazine is so full of merit that it requires no exertion to secure subscribers, nnd this is a good chanco for some of our musical young pooplo to get a hnndsomo piano for nothing. A Mr. Robtrts cnino un hero from Owonsboro last Friday night and mnde n Republican speech, after which nclub of about DO members was organized and natnod tho Harrison 1'rotcctlvo Club. Hon. Jonas Wilson" was chosen President, and Lonard Oolzo, Secretary, -- r'rt'i 111 m I ook $ Making them easier to buying. :ioolb. bags: handle Bo sure to got our prices bd B. F. BEA.ED & CCM HARDINSBURG, KY. GREAT A recent ilUcovir) lv an physicl.ni. Siucessfully usul s. mnntly ly iIioumikU of I the only pcrfeilly safe and riliulile inetllcinL iliscoverutl. Ilvwaru nf tinntinclpleil irtipi;lkU who oiler Inferior ineilklnrM In plaic of till. Auk for Cnok'o Cnttim limit Cuinpiinnit, take no or Inclose i uml 6 cents In posture In letter, and we will iul, waled, by return m.ill. I'ull sealed p.ullctilura ill plain envelope,, to ladlei only, J stamps, PU COMPOUND. Address No. I'uiid Lilly Company, Mich. nipii mm i l'lther Illock, Detroit, Mr. Wm. Wentherholt caught n jiust below tho eity ono day Inst week, which measured four feet, fivo inches in length and three feet around the body. It weighed ninety pounds; nnd was sent to Louisvillo nnd plnced on the market thcro. cnt-fls- h, Wo must unload our Mammoth : Stock of Fall Goods. havo tho largest and most complete lino of -- && Ever brought to Uub country. Our stock of Dry Goods, Hardware Hats, Caps and WR JIM 3J it' W' r U Jill JsS TilJfii' iWfc v 'i Are surprisingly cheap, Como ear ly and pecuro the best bargaina. Wo also havo a nico lino of School Books and D"rugs. Call and eeo us. It's a Luxury to Read whon wbat you road. U entertaining and whon you din't have to strain your cyoi in perusing It. Thero Is such thing as wearing glasses when you shouldn't, and not woarlng thorn when you should. It Is a mistake to do cither. You oan luTjrd to bs reckless with any. thing hut the eyes t you can afford to tako ohanccs with anything but your sight. We keep allksoits ef glasses for all sorts of eye and for the judgement of an expert as to what will suit your light, no extra charge Is msde. You certainly never saw anything more at- t W. C. MOORMAN ky, GLENDEEflA, SPENGERIAN BUSINESS smjp 5K The oUleet and most rclUblo syniem of BruinuM tractive than the display uniy experiencwi uwcuera enipiojreu. nooK - Keepiug ierins low. iiooam on arm noor. For full lnlonmUon, ' "J Huston street, thenco up Huston rtrcet 4, thenco witli tho lino of snld IJowloy-vill- o - Growing too Much Wheat. Tho Small Butter Maker. IIE11TS HIUIILB to Murray Avenue, thenco up Murray district No. 1 to tho residenco of With hundreds of butter fuctorii s and American Cutllvntor, George Preston to includo it, thenco Avcnuo and tho turnpiko to tho lino of creameries scaiterod over the country FUKNttiUKt) iiy WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1892. tho Clovcrport Despito low prices for wlicnt, which yet perhaps s Magisterial District, with the Bowloyvlllo district lino to the of out butter forks of tho road nt tho old Garrett placo hnvo continued Bovenl yenre, tho nveingc supplies couio from the farm and individthenco up said District lino to tho BowlG. & Co., -v. A NEW LOT OF ing Grcon road, thenco with said road not to includo it, thence with the lino of crop in this country hns.stcndlly grown. ual dairies. There aro fuw farms indeed AVE tho llardinsburg district to Lost Run This year's yield may not enmo up to tho on which there Is not n surplus of butter General Produce and Commission to Elm street, thenco with said street to mark of 1891. That was a during somo period of the yenr, nnd from Ahrchants and General Storage. tho river, thonco up tho river to tho be- church, thenco with said lino to Tate's ginning. Tliis precinct to vote nt Witt mill on tho north fork of Rough creek, phenom nnl yenr in this country, propu-re- d this sourco come the millions of pounds H, Fho Commissioners Have Mot And W. HERNDON, Manager. though wo know it not nt tho time, of butter to supply our small towns nnd thenco with tho road to John V. Tuck-or'- a it Conrad's shop in Clovcrport. HolUblo nnd prompt. Cuth with over; residenco to includo it, thenco with to offset tho cxtrnordinrry deficiency nil villages, and tho millions of pounds of Drawn The Now Linos In CLOVEIlTOirr Votino Pkecinct No. 3 s:i to a Consignment" snllcttoil. said road to Antioch church, thenco to through Europo, which wo lenrned of In- surplus store butter thnt in time finds its Beginning at tho river at tho foot of the residenco of Brockonridgo. N. Glasscock not ter. Estiuintcs of tho wheat crop of 1892 wny to our cities to bell for pauper prices, Win. L'lUIdVIbhE. KY, Vigi.tUl, H9J. Elm street, thonco with Elm street nnd to include it, thonco n straight lino to indlcato that it may fall 100,000,000 bush- drag down the prices of gool butter, and Hhlppor hiulJ in irk all puokiijeit plainly, tho Bowling Green road to tho lino of tho nearest point on Rough crook, thenco el short of last year, possibly moro than make possible the flourishing business of with ahlpper'i nntuo unit lur N'eiw Districts and Voting Pre tho Clovcrport Magisterial District, o njdreaj, up paid creek to tho Hardin county line, that. But nt tho lowest f igucrs tho wheat bogus butter. I have yet to find n person UUfTtK. LOADED SHELLS, cincts. thenco witli said lino to tho Hancock thonco with tho Hnrdin county line to crop of tho country is far larger than it who uses any of tho bogus compound, , 18 Choice, country 21 $ county line, thenco with said lino to tho Medium tho beginning. Tho estimated popula- was ten years 6go,whcn a series of largo H 1(1 . ho or sho prefers it to good Witter, Co in on , Tho largest stock of ,,,, 13 M 14 ni ie tuo undersigned Commissioners. riverj thenco up the river to tho begin- tion of this district wo put nt three crops for those times prevailed but simply because it is better than most Creamer; 27 2)(a) iifoinfetl by tho Breckunridgo County ning. This precinct to vote at Gross & thousand threo hundred and fifteen What do theso facts show? First, that butter nftcr it reaches the consumer. KUUS. v pint by nn order made and entered on Miller's factory in Clovcrport. is growing; and eecondly,de-spit- o tho country (3,315). 12 to 13 Tho fact is a stigma on tho fair name of i'lcsb book No. 19, pago 03, of Uxio.v Stau Mahistiiiual Distkict No. 3 onl in ordor complaints of farmers about cheap American butter-makCrHUI)S.)NVILI.E PltECINCT BOUND UtV l'OUhTllY. and especially Court, at n called term held nt the Beginning nt a point on tho Ohio river wheat, tho crop still continues to bo a so when good butter can bo made on Old llen per lb 8 to 0 Beginning nt John E. Dyer's corner, to Kurt House, in tho town of Hardins- - duo north of Koojfri' , 1 in 4 favorite, and. presumably, pays in tho every farm whero there is a good supply Wm. E. Minor's dwelling tho Custer precinct, thenco with a lino II to I! Ky., on tho first day of August liouso to tho said Minor's residence to sections whero most largely grown. That of e o'd water, nnd this include niiu t iil s Springem " j" . FEATHERS. K under and by virtue of nn net of tho includo it, thenco to tho lato residence of of said Custer precinct to the Hardin it does not pay all farmers is true. No of tho farms in America. Tho cause of Prime, white go te 18 10 eral Assembly of tho Common- - James Brickey, deceased, to Include it county lino nt L. S. Board's to includo crop does that. No business is expected IN THE COUNTRY. all this poor butter, with which humanity mnea 2$ (j$ .1$ fin pf Kentucky approved July 20th thonco to tho- - lato rcsidenco of Gabriel him, thenco with tho Hardin county to always pay. Thoro are places where must battle dally, must bo attributed to Old 10 (g) .30 lino to Rough creek, thenco down said No. I. duck entitled an act to establish Justices Ahl, deceased, not to includo it, thonco 26(3)40 tho wheat crop ought to bo abandoned. -- : :tricls in each County of tho State, do to tho residence of Horaco Squires not creek to a point opposite Win. N. Glass-cock- Fanners keep on growing it from old ha- carelessness and ignorance on the part of HIDES. tho maker. thenco to said Wm. N.Glasscock's Ajyrcspectfully report that, in obed- - to inc'udo it, thence to tho residenco of Oreen, food 3 bit, because they have tho machinery to X Wo hear it said epiltoxfroquently thnt Dry not to includo him, thenco to Antioch (a) H lutkuiu uruur oi vuun, wo tiui muut Hichard Hawkins not to includo it harvest it with comparatively little la- it dors not pay to mnko butter on the Dry 8 ii It, good.., flint, good.., 7ty) 0 Complete lino of everything usu.illy kept in a (Court House in tho town of Har-- thenco witli tho line of tho llardinsburg church, thenco up the road to John V. bor. Tho increasing difficulty of gt tting 21(a,8(J farm. And it does not ut ten nnd fifteen Sbieu skltu rurc Ky.. on Monday the first day District No. 1, as above named, to tho Tucker's to includo him, thenco with reliablo help has mado wheat growing conWOOL. cents per pound, about the average price , 30 32 1892, and after being first duly residence of I J. T. Dowell not to include the said road to Tato's mill on tho north tinue in neighborhoods which, witli plen tho surplus butter is sold or traded fornt Qreaie, Hue fork of Rough creek, thenco witli the 22 (a) 2:1 ty of labor, would devote their soil to more our stores. Yet thero is no need or ex- Ure.ite, our jo Laa rcquireei oy bu.ui uci ui mu it, thenco to John Gibbon's residenco not line of tho 20 (a) 21 Hardinsburg Magisterial disSi Assembly, did lay off the coun- - to include it.thenco to the Into residenco 15 ($18 prolitablo uses. Still another reason ex- cuse under tho sun for either making or Merim trict to tho beginning. This precinct to Hurry ii nd Cots Treckonriilgo into six Magisterial of Grayson Claycomb deceased to in 1IQ18 ists. Wheat is ono of tho best crops to selling butter at any but a paying price. vote nt the Mnsonic Hall at Hudsonvillc. HAY, (IIUIN, FEKD. fricfs and fix nnd establish the boun- - clude it thenco to tho residenco of Allen seed down with. It can be seeded with Good butter always sells nt n price tlial Wo quuto pricej on Loulivlllo city $H CusTint PnnciNCT Boundary ijSea and numbers of said districts J. Adkisson deceaio ', to include timothy in tho fall, and witli other grass- leaves a profit for tho maker. it (now wharf: awe, viz : tho residenco of Win. Head, Jr.,) thenco Beginning nt John E. Dyer's in the lino es and clover in the spring. Tho catch, It may not bo in your town. Look over HAY. Strictly choice of tho Hnrdinsburg nnd Hudsonvillc both of timothy and clover, is belter on 1200 LnnissDuno, District Ni'mheh 1 U 00 to the residenco of Kobert llnisor to DON'T FORGET THE PLAOE tho market rcoorts and sec if, in somo Cholco No. i II 00 ( 12 00 it, thenco to tho nearest point of districts, thenco with the Hudsonvillc winter wheat than it is witli nuy spring city easily touched by railroad, good but- Good Medium Sing at tho late residence of John , 00 (a) 1(1 0) grain. 4 60 (a) 4 51 kins',' Sr., deceased, thenco to Leo tho Meade county line, thenco with tho rond to where tho Constantino road inter is not quoted at ono hundred per cent Good Bright Straw COHN, Wo do not ad vise Eastern farmers to sow over what you rcalizo for your butter, if to Meade county line to tho Ohio river. tersects tho same, near C. C. Davis'. ngly's not to include him, thence Choice white 54 63 Fork Creek at tho crossing of tho thence down tho river to tho beginning. thenco witli said Constantino road to E. a little wheat enough to make bread for you have been making it in tho ordinary Cholco shelled '. 52 (a) 55 The population of this district is estimat- II. Mercer's liouso in Constantino, thenco the family, as is often done. One acre or way. Look tho matter up and you will tboro & llardinsburg road, thenco OATS. 3 30 aid road in tho direction of llar- - ed by us to bo threo thousand one hun- a straight line to L. S. Board's, on the even less ought to bo enough for that pur- bo surprised nt tho number of men in No, 2 out Hardin county line, not to include said pose, on every farm with modern-size; to Hardin Walkers not to in- - dred and eighty five (3,185). our cities who nro anxious nnd willing nt No. 2 Long Berry WHEAT. wheat. 60 Board, thenco with said county lino to a families nt least. Tho fanner who grows Union Stah PnnciNnr Boundaky fcira, thence to tho lato residence nil times to pny good prices for a good , No. 2 Hod 08 point near James Preston's, thenco with nn aero of wheat could not afford a harus A. Pato deceased not to Include Beginning at the mouth of Lick Hun, on It mntters not whether you have MISCELLANEOUS. a lino of the Bewloyvillo Magisterial dis vester. Ho must go back to the cradle Lice to Austin Bcavin's dwelling- - tho Ohio river, thence with tho lino of n surplus of ono hundred pounds per Tallow, per bbl 4 'S ' 20 24 eiflot to include it, thenco to tho the Stephensport precinct to tho Union trict to tho forks of the road near tho old and cut it by hand lnbor nnd laborously weok or ten pounds, they nro willing to Ileeawax Sorghum per gallon 20 (a) 25 Garrett farm not to includo it, thence bind it witli straw, as everybody did fifty o on the farm bcloneini; to Slar and Bewloyvillo Magisterial district hnndlo whnt you send, if it is good nnd POTATOES. years ago. Farming has improved somo jresh. krles Hcston on tho llardinsburg and line, thence witli said line to tho Meade with a lino of the llardinsburg MagisI 25 Hume drown per barrel SO terial district to tho beginning. This sinco then in lessening tho severity of From storo 2c to So per bu higher. lovcrport turnpiko road not to include county line, thenco with tho Meado I often meet people who mnko good DEANS. tthenco to tho residence of Richard county lino to a point opposite Patris precinct to vote at Alexander & Pile's manuel labor. Then, when harvested, butter, thnt would command a good price .Michigan, hand picked I 00 to 1 75 AND the wheat must be thrcshca by hnnd. By in the right maiket, and they say,"Wo -- ndlaia Navy.,, 1 SO to I Oil Hawkins not to includo it, thenco to tho Barr's, thence to Parris BarrV to includo warehouse at Custer. " Common nnd colored 76 to 1 00 eidence of Charles A. Adkisson not to him, thenco to Garrett Vessels' not to Rouou Cheek, Maqisteiual Distiuct tho time tho farmer is through with his don't make enougli butter to pay us to OS to 1 00 Flat and mlxod single acre wheat crop ho will conclude ship it." This is a No. 0 delude it, thenco to tho residence of Al- - includo him, thenco to John Roberts' to ONIONS. mistake This man 1 SO to 2 SO Miller to includo it, thenco to tho includo him, thenco to Juliua Dutschko's Beginning at a point in tho Hancock that ho can earn his bread with less labor who buys your butter, in tho first place, Northern, per bbl on arrival " 200 to 300 from storo " GLOVERPORT. EY. ifdenco of Simpson Arnold to includo not to include him, thenco to tho mouth county lino corner to district No. 2. near in some other way than by growing it. buys it so ho can afford to ship it to marCAUUAQK. In other words.ho cannot competo in ket and realize a profit, and whether you Per crate from stnro thoncotothoresidenco of B.T. Dowell of Yellow Bank creek, thenco down tho Wm. R. Beaties, thenco with tho Han2 00 to 3 00 Don't read this column or you CELERY. at to includo it, thenco to tho residence river to the beginning. This precinct to cock county line to tho Ohio county line, wheat growing with farmers cultivating ship it yourself or nllow somo one to ship might bo tempted to invest your, Fancy white plume, per dni 35 to 4 nnd harvestinghundredsor possibly thou-anil- s Benedict Fowler not to includo it, vote nt the old McGlothlnn store-housthence with tho Ohio county lino to it for you, you pay tho expense. In Ohio Choice " 20 to 25 money. of acres of cheap land by tho use o f Hough creek, thence up said creek to 10 to 20 hence to tho residence of James Ken- - in Union Star. there aro few sosituated that they cannot Choice Green Do you waiit to buy Real Katnter uHly Jr.. not to include it. thence to tho the south wtst corner of the Hudson tho best inprovements In harvesting ma- reach n city market by express in front CmII on K. L. Xei.ui. I'ltm.sd,,1T IS A npTYynunivii ynnmelf nml famchinery. Iks oi the road at the old Cinrrctt f.irin ville district, thence with the line of the Do jou want lo ri'nl a tVrin T three to ilva hours. Wo live about one ily to iret llio licHt Tnluo for lour money. Beginning at the mouth of Lick Hun on In tho west wheat still pajs nt low hundred miles from I.ronoiiilze In yaurfiiotui'rir liy iHircuimlnir Call on It. 1,. Now, in, ar Garfield not to include said farm, Hudsonvillc district to the llardinsburg Cleveland. We de- W. I.. IJunsjnH blint'N, which llio Ohio river, thence to L. B. Helm's Do you want to rent City piopcrtj T Unless crops fail, Ibis country, liver our vnluo thenco n straight line to l.ofet Hun the district, thonco with tho line of the Har- prices. butter at our express ollio in the bi'.t testily.for pi Icon asked, oh Uiousuudu will Call nn K. h. Ncwf.nn. Ebyri'h, thence astr.tight line to the resi- - residence to include it, thence up Dark dinsburg district to the residence of the will continue to supply to Knglnnd its evening and early next morning, while OF MAKUFACTUUEKS Do you want the lient anil only detlroMe Hollow to Phillip Ploeh's to in- lute John Askins, Sr., decensed, surplus food as it has long done, and the fresh and sweet, it is delivered f lence of Green 15. I'nync to include it, thence lot (nr mle on Main, 20x175 leut lor totho man $2.50 khjnco to the residence of Cvrus Itobin- - clude him, thence to .las. Shelliiinn Sr.'s with the line of tho Clovcrport district past use to a gn ator oxti nt than over. $8U0.U0? full on It. h. New.mn. who buys it. Always ship butter by ox- $2.00 43.50 Gx: 1FOR LADIES to Do you want to liuy the Clovcrport Hotel, to include it, thence to the residence residence , to include, it, thenco .. Cluis. to the beginning. The population of lint on el ar East' in lands if u farmer pre'ss, whether the distance be guat or , , , . . centrally located and doing a Inrce 'Greenherry linbiiihon not to include v.oMipioii8 to iiiciuiie mm, thenre a this district wo estimate at three thou- - boasts his crops of 20,30 or 10 acres of small. $2.00 Call on H. L. Noom, Luino7 straight line to the mouth of Sugartree sand twn hundred !t, thence down tho North Fork of Hough wheat each season, the fad i.s another evv j and forty five (3,245). 42.25 If thero arc any readers of this (and I P. S. I ii ui now prejmrrtl and havo full Hun, thence up Sinking creek to the FOR BOYS idence that he has more land than ho know there tck to a point opposite Lucy's Mill, authority to oiler ml. I Hotel at a burgnin. MiDMi:is Pnmsri Bor.ND.uiv. lire thousands of them) who 42.oo , Corie.onik-ncIrum abroad knows how to make the best uso of make good butter, and have u litem o toVnlentineButlerV, VccummI, lute line of the Union Star nnd Bewloyvillo l'hi 41.75 surplus, if Beginning at the Kak ridge Ferry on Except for la it giKid chance to mcuro the beat nnduiort tho iiduutngo it gives on clo- only ten pounds a week, just put it up in evidence not to include it, thence to the Magisterial district, thence with the luipulur hotel lu the city, niid no ' booiii" Hough creek, thenco witli the Haidins-bur- g ver seeding, wheat growing tends to what a neat, clean package and jirico aiikej. residence of Joseph Mattingly to include llardinsburg and Union Star Magisterial send it to some and Eskridgo l'errv road to the line is it ).v Do you want a loan negotiated f por an still puror farmin,'. It city market; they will find there is a dethence to the Into residence of Klias district line to the Clovcrport and Union of tho llardinsburg Magisterial district did not Call un 1(. I,, Kiwa.wii. thirty to fifty years ago. Then mand all tho time for good butter. fittingly deceased to include it, theme Star Magisteiial district line, thence ut Wm. llinton'fi, thence with tie wheat paid Have you money you want pin red on even the Eastern farmer Felix C. Mnttingly's residence to in with said line to the Ohio river nt Win. The maniur of putting up butter has a said line to Tato's noli on the north fork whos tale tecurilj T Cull on H. U Newsow. laud iv.h a lapted to it. Now ho great deal to do with the price. While titule it, thence to the residence of Wil K. Minor's to include him, thence up the Do vou want money on fhorj call? of Rough crook, thenco with a lino of THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. can only grow it in alternation with other a nice liam llinton to include it, thence to the liver to the beginning. This precinct to Call on It. L. Noniora, package will not soli an inferior OTHER HrEOIAlriKS in footwenr aro of in tho Iludhonvillo precinct to the south crops, and mainly for the ndwintiigo it Rldenco of Ilenrv I. Bland to include vote nt Julius Dutschko's stoie-housa money Do jou wnLt to rent n housi ? IliM article, at least more than once to the same tuo Famo high ffnule.and represent thnt uamovalue fork of Hough creek opposite Win. N, far beyond tho prices charged, fceo and gives foi n good clover seeding. It will person, a neat, Call on 11. l. Newti in. thence to the dwelling-houb- c on the Stephensport. clean, nicely labeled pack- pneu uro ex am pen tm oouom or Often fttioo,MIJItSTIl'KllritirTAKK Glasscocks, thenco down Hough crook to be 1'. 5. (loid Mooi.i:ii,ii: Puhii.M-- r 15(hni)iv a)tng rinler can generally rrm ol Stuart iJeJernetto. near hli unfortunate for this country if the yield age will make a good article sell w. L. Housing,Mljlrocluuu, Mass. Bold by at a IliMViiier A, the beginning. This precinct to vote at of whent teiuron hnuie, J.et me put a "bug n your Ilumbiutoii, Clovcrport, Ky. greatly decreases. But it will an's, to include it, thence to the be- - Beginning nt tho mouth of Yellow Bank iar," H. I,. Nownoui prftprrty andcullcctr the Rhodes it Cannon e at not bo unfortunate if there is eomo do- premium every time. Wo had some exkining not to include the lute residence creek, thence to Julius Dutschko's to inth rentr on a commii'don of ten per cent, and, perience in this line only a short time ago, McDaniels. A l.irgc number of renting being a tpecialty with him, don't orcase in places where the crop does not which fjplin skins, Sr., deceased. The iot- - clude him, thence to John Roberts' m it may servo as a pointer for others. you kuow It is bettir to place your property Jn Rook Vw.i: I'iiecinot Boiniiaiiv pay, enabling those who can glow it to lition of this dihtrict is estimated to be to include him, thenco to Garrett Ves. humta than to rent it yourtell T bia We hud been putting our butter in Wny? Vj li ii llccauae ho la controlling a large amount of free thousand six hundred and seventy, sels' to include him, thence to Parris Beginning at the Eskridgo Ferry on get better prices and encourage them to three nnd At tin packages, neatly laproperty and t..illing rentera find P,(i70.; iinrr'8 not to include him, thenco to tho Hough creek", thence down said creek to bctti r systems of fanning, to as to ninin-tni- n beled and everything in nice order. it "unhealthy" and he aoon geta rid of them. tho fertility oftho soil which successhlllll.NMIl ltd VoTI.VI. 1'lIKI IMT Xo. 1 nearest point in the Meade county line, the Onio county lino, thenco with said Nowfoui hoara but few complaints from good Keep constantly on hnnd Running shoit of packages woconclud-e- d rentera, but the "howl" cornea from thoao felKnrni'xt fall delivery. Order whnt county line to tho Hancock county line, ive whent crops rapidly lessen. to fill a a largo stock of iimiilg at the North west corner of thence with said line to the Ohio river, tub. The butter Antliinjr we havcnU tin lrintl, wo willjouwant lows who do not want to pay, and to aucb he procure thence down tho river to the beginning. thence with said line to tho Clovcrport Was all made alike. Wo shipped nil to It for ynu :it tliv lowest rates. any e Ca I on Somebody Klao, le Court Jlouse. thenco with the Magisterial district, thence with a lino of la Xetonw hard hearted? Not especially ao. A Cure for Paralysis. tho sumo man, and yet when tho returns piishoro road to tho line of the Ilar- - This precinct to vote at the cooper-sho- p ZACK. GREEN, He will accommodate ynu if you pay for It, and said district to the residenco of tho late in Mooloyvillo. Manager Ilnrdlnaburg Nuriery. Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, hid. 'Per. sayH caino tho three-poun- d package brought ftvhnrg Magisterial District, thunce provided you rtand to your aldo of the bargain John Askins, deceased, thenco with a M wiisiuiii m. IIAKDINSIHIRO ,KY If you don't like hia way of deiling Uhe kuuc southwardly, to tho Ihir- - Bewi.kvwi ii:, Disntirr line of the Hnrdiiisliurg "I induced Mr. I'iiifon, whose wifo liad twenty five cettsp-- r pound, nnd tho forty Magisterial dis- paralysis in the tall on Somebody 1'lie. No. 'burg and Leitchlleld loud, thence QQEg face, to buy a bottle of pound, sixteen cents, n difioronco of nino trict to Wm. I linton's on tho llardinsOh "Sympathetic hypocritea ; when your Chamberlain's Tain Balm. To tho great cents per pound. saulroael to tho Court House, tho Beginning at a point in the Meade coun- burg ympathy geta fcbove your judgment dou't THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LINE. and Eskridgo Ferry road, thence blame the landlord quite ao much, but call Why not orgn-ii.surprise before tho bottle had been all a en iiinory in overy pinning point. This precinct to vote ty line, where it is intersected by the with said road to tho beginning. This 'ru'und at bla office and drop In $&.U0 for the (L. E.JkST. L. R. K.) My Hall in llardinsburg. us.'dshe was a great deal better, her neighborhood where thero aro a number line of the Union Star district No. :!, piecinct to vote at Now special ol.jct of your rympathy and help pay Rock Vale. face had been drawn to ono side; but the of Miiull butter makers. M. E. King, in hia rent. RciUNSium, It will be ilitidini; the loss on Imd 2 thenco with the line of the said Union Yotini. 1'imiMT No. The following precincts have boon SHORTEST, QUICKEST z rentera, and then you will feel better. Puin Balm relieved all pain and soreness Ohio Farmer. Dou't AND BEST LINK TO Couit House, thenre .Mm district to Barkhdalo T. Dow ell's, discontinued, viz.: Clifton Mills, Bisr the let tbe landlord loe,itall! 1" anil tho niouth assumed its natural shape ' thence with the line of the llaidinsliiirg Spring, Burns P S. The above arripture la addressed to fclitho road to the lino of and Planter's Hall. St. AppiiinuiccK .ro It is also n certain cure for rheumatism, me neainen gentliei, llardinsburg Magisterial District, district to the forks of the road ut the (liven under our hands as Conimih-sioiier- s Ilo looked every inch tho hog, but ha AND ALL POINTS H. L. Hewiom lias about aixly renters nnd nnd lameness. 50 cent bottles fors.de by pice with said hue to the Huidins- - oldGanett farm, near (iiufielil, to inaforesaid, at the Court-hous- e in A. R he don't want any but paying ones wasn't. To good Fisher, druggist. South-Wes- t. fftiiel Brandenburg road, thence with clude said farm, thence with the paying renters he will take special pains to Iluiilinsliiug, this Stli day of August He sat insido 11 Cottago Grovo nrenuo and Big Spring load to Henry 1SH2. make them comfortable. 'road back to Main cross street in car, while two women nnd 11 man stood William Milleii, in Sled Jul; 3!, 1892. ky. d Do you want a houto built and pay for It tn fardinsburg, thence with said street to B. Head's to include him, thenco in u just in front of him. Ono woniau held John Ali:aniii:u, An Original Prize Contest. monthly installments ? For tenna . Lr. IiOtilivllle 8:05 a.m. ..8:2) p.m. straight line to the residence of the late p.m. B. Bk.iin on to a strap, while tho other wabbled J. Etiin street, thence to the beniiiniii''. Call on It. I. Nowsoii), Arr St. Louis 7:20 pm ...li. 46 n in To the lirst porsou who by taking two nliout in 11 manner very laniel. I. Stith, deceased, to include it, disconcerting to Ids precinct to vote at Ciurdner's Hull Do you want a e Evumville 1:20 10:10p.m. power englno and letters from the word "Plague," tan a mail who win bitting. "A Back Number" thence a straight lino to the lesidence of boiler. For further tntormntlon, call an or address, Call un U. L. Newiom. i Hiirdlnsbiirfr. make tho name of a diseaso that is Glancing up uneasily ho discovered 1 George Preston (Into residence of James This is tho Hlhtlii,' remark that is Do you want to start ii Slack Barrel and R. A CAMP3ELL, pniiiNsi!Lii(, Votim. Pun iM-- r No. :i. Lyons) Stave and Heading Factory with power alin portions of both Canada and the tho causo. The 1111111 who was standing Oen'l Pan. Ak'i, EtrnnavWo, Ind. not to include it, "thence a straight iippliL'il to woiiie'ii who trv to Kt'oni ready attached ? was graspinjr two straps in ono Imnd. Call on K. Ii Newapiu. ginning at tho Court House, thence lino to tho nearest J. B CAMPBELL, point in the Hardin youiij:, tliousli tlioy no longer look ho. I'nited States, will bo given an elegant Tho man who was bitting Having .about thirty ncroa of city lota he KIT' Main street, to Main cross street V. P. K. rnlmrllle, Ky county line, thenco with the Hardin KoinctiiiH'S iipin'uraiiccH are (leeuitfiil. upright piano, (valued at SW."), or its resembled tho stieet car hoir, may hnvo would aell a few "slices," and If you want a but, as wo Jnco witli Main cross street to the county line to n CityTicket Ofilce.S. W. Cor, Third Jfc Main St building lot Callon It, L. Neiraom. point in the town of Big I'Vnmlo ucHkiiL-SH-, functional troubles equivalent in cash, as preferred). To have said, ho wasn't, not by long shot. r.oulivllln, Ky. tlenhnrg road, then?o with raid road Spring wlioro the lines of Hardin, Meade (lirtplaeeinoiits ittul Do you want.to pay your city taxos ? will ailil tho second penoii will be given a Pony, Reaching up. he touched tho man on Cull on It. L, Nevrsoin, rline of tho llardinsburg Magister- - and Breckenridge counties moot, thenco llftt'oii yearn to a woman's looks. Louisville, SI Louis & Texas H.R. Co, Those Cart and Harness' complete, (valued lit the bhoulder. Hnvo yi.u claims agntnat the city tro.iaury t Swtrift, thenco with said line to the with the Meado county lino Si'00, or its equivalent in cash, if prefer"I beg pardon, but won't you let this Loulsvi'Ie.Hardlnsbu'rg & Western II I III to the begin- troubles aie removed by tho use of Dr. Callon tho city treasurer and he will (ell you lady have 0110 of thoso straps';" Miimbiirgnnd Owensboro road, thence ning. Tho population of this district wo I'ieree's Favorite rreicriiition. that 11. Ji. Newsom.na City Tux Collector, alTry this red). To the thiid person will bo given NO. 2 TIME TABLE. Then ho drew his pet coin from under ways keepa raid treasury supplied with money. xaM road to the beginning. This estimate at two thousand nine hundred remedy, all you whoso beauty and fresh-noh- s an elegant (iold Watch valued at $75, or tho scat and lesignod TAKING EFFECT jTULY 2 1801. Claims fur collection solicited from cities ci to vote at Beard it Heeler's and oighty-(i- o is fading from sneh causes, ami no its equivalent In cash. Fifty other paper. Chicago News himself to hia Well llouml I'rnlin (2,8."i). Hast lluiintll'ralni abroad und prompt remittances mado. Record. liouso-l- n llardinsburg. Tall I K Cfroct pris, ranging in value from twenty-fiv- e longer figure in society as a "luck numU silly U.iily Dally Dally JiKWI.i:Vll.l.i: PlIMIMT Boi'MMIM Many thanka for tbe large patronngo I havo ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun AtSiOO o'clck A. M. Wedn6gdjLyJttly29. .'91 enjoyed. dollars to live dollais will bo awarded to EmifiT Ma(iihti:iii ii. Disrmi-r- , No. 2 No.-No. 5 No. 1 Beginning nt ii point in tho lino of tho ber." It's guaranteed to gi vo satisfaction tho No. 6 A gentleman of this county who has , . . . ... . . L'i . . next fifty persons sending correct 11 301IH I.v IrviiiKton Ar 0 3lUin R. L. NEWSOM. ningniaponu on mo uiuei niver llaidinsliiirg Magisterial ditrit, uhoio in every caso, or money paid for it IVVmI llninl Train 'ml Hound 2Vmu ' 1210imi .polutions stiictly in nrdor n rccoivod. excellent judgment renmrked to 111 the eSurfceM S Si fffih o"Vin 7. MmorV dwelling. tin- - I... If. A. W riulni.id Lnltlo Kmranli.c mi r.ij-iS: l ia ii ftild t'iu.-- t ,M in If vviu have tried ollur lJ Mull 7 .VI iJInll .V llunlliiliiri; prio olhor day that ho kiieu ol no pill mi U reci- r. Ilienee hi the ("aid Min-.i'- DON'TTAKEPOMON! line. li in liitrtielil, tin m-- i ti the iinr- 1 I. MfU 7 1.1 P.n. dyspepJiti and r hTA'tHlNM ll.npr jMt itiiir without tiivf" vim mint good for niiMtipittiutt, l'..r' : t'hmp msivief sit a inild foiiuni iKiisou i -- u. A t illcilll3 it.llielli't' l'i tlie lllll Jill) 7 If) lJil litiiltiirv nil.) i:ii ii:itl t.. Hrnij Alex Will Spmilc Him 1 tilHllliMliu iLU' fully n illy md Send Kim not condemn tlioK- - odori-- by thih rom-pan- livei iiitiiplalnt a Do Wilt Utile Ivuly riii fii .llllllflf itliclii't " JHil . . ill:ll.iL I J?Oi.m f'oitHiiuetji are vvanio.I nji itllist tlU'lr Hie. i K. . IIiuiiIV in 1J bM linn, tliriitv ii V as they tin poriVUj rc!!nblt , and p'L.ur I j 7 IS in v Ui, ii Bnok. i! r fillmi tlil!liiTi to the lute renitleia-lln 12 15 Hlriiylit line to the lato Soil W. Harper's Kelson .Couuiy Whiskey KvmncLv St u40 of the 8W 6 3) Kixkviile I'M are can ied mi in jimd faith ('inlet-tnnt- s 8 05 1jflKee 7 Wot 1'nil.t 12 U5 S41 jbn.'l I, t'l includo it, AM 5W . Itmh Into Daniel J. Stub, thence a straight 12 02pnt 8 02 8 4 7 21 Howard it urmiiiiK IniliiHtr). Q2l .Mr. O. M. ISaniott, of Ohio county, whn must enclose IT. 8. Postal Noto for 3 It Atklni Is a htandaril, high gnulo - Hock Haven to .tMwresidence of Hor.ico lino to George Preston's not to include It 45 mi 7 47 0 00 747 6 00 Oak. 3 211 Inventive iiifronuity of tlio highest , rflrre i 7 40 two-ceLong llranch ft 38 IT. S., U08 767 4O0im ArFonltvillt I.v 145itu not o&McJueie it, thenco to the him, thenco a straight lino to tho near- has been In the Ituvunue service under thirty cents, (or fifteen Whiskpy which n'nchcH lito tiirbct from 7 31 f order is constantly at work to discover llruiulciiliuri! tl 29 8 07 917 for ono month's trial Collector for 7 27 reMeade Springs 1123 811 9 21 ofJtkrd Hawkins to includo est point in tho Hardin county line, signed his Tetand and wiinogotime, has the stumps)tho L'lllKS PllTOItlAI, subscrip- uses for riapor, wliilo tlio iiiiiiinfucturur :iHutj, jinn vviiuhu puriiy i can xeai-- j. 1119 723 9 2ti Hkron 817 tion to place, will over trr YVkkki.v, nnd tho inventor of iMKriiialdnf,' 1111 715 8 27 Hciontiously gtiaranteo 0 those 8Cfklij'ii Oustnn 934 iJjctj tf ithrtfliu lino of tho Uurdiiis- - thenco with said county lino to tho cor- Fourth district, 1102 663 8 37 9 44 Irvlngton whero ho is making tho which is tho handsomest and best illusare straining every energy te ..'v.eMu, as aoovo unmci,i)acK ner in Big Spring, thenco with stiiiiulant for medicinal orsnriul use.'. 10 6J 6 48 Webster 817 962 tho 6 40 10 43 10 UO 8 63 Lodlburg fate rci'ieiico of John Askins, Sr., Meado county lino to tho corner of tho race for Congress. Ho has inndo friends trated we'oky publication for ladies on improve tho quality of tlio piodnct, to Jle'Sju'ctftilly, 1035 631 10 lu UtB cheapen production or toprovido upccinl l'irce 626 1030 sed, to includo it, said residence Webster precinct near James Dowell's, over lici e, despito his Ilopiiblican prool i y continent. Tho only object in orfloinu trrades for now SLo.ple oil 1015 P. M. POPHAM, uses. Jiuluini; from tl 1023 018 21 10 23 9 Stephensport itics, and will bo welcomed back after ho tins competition is to introduce it into 8g tho beginning corner of the Hnr- - thenco with the lino of tho ULUVKKl'UKT, Ki'. 1018 613 Btill iindiininiBlied flood of inventions, it 1027 925 Adilltou Webster pre- has been defeated by that 610 1015 Democratic now homes, and wo guarantee that no DUO 1030 Holt athurg district, thenco to tho residence cinct to tho beginning. This precinct to would appear that tho industry is yet in " 6 57 1001 1041 9 41) Clovcrport will bo shown in the awarding of it Mr. Montgomery. Owens563 967 iufancy aa compared with tho Inllu-une- o Shops fvyen leico on the Bowling Green and vote nt tho old Drury storo-hous1060 061 In boro Iinjuircr. 6 40 941 prizes. Persons living at n distance, or 1100 10 01 Sklllinin OK it is destined to exert pn tho comerjiort road, South of T. 0. Ityan's Bowloyvlllo. 630 933 1010 llawesville nil in tho United States, havo as good an op- fort, iutolUgonco nnd advancement of 622 92S 1118 1018 I'ctrle elude Owen lllco's residence, thenco Wr.IJSTKIt PlIEl'INCT Boi'NDVllV 5 15 920 10 21 1121 luilum portunity, as the date of postmark on let- tlio human race. EngineeriiiK Mairo- niiglit lino to tho Hancock county 611 915 1129 10 28 Capt. AV. A. Abbot, who has long been Cayca Beginning ntn point in tho lino of tho 603 909 ters will bo given precedence so answer KlllOv 1135 10 31 I.ewlaport Wiu, It. Deatty's residence, thence "at with Messrs. l'ereivul and Ilalton, Ileal 851 1152-148 1'owers 1060 Hnrdlnsburg Magisterial district where early. Address, 837 433 1207pm 11 02 fates Capital Stock $25,000.. it the uancock-- county lino to tho said lino crosses folate and Insurance Ilrokers, De Moin-w- , DIED. In this city of consumption. 123 827 121o Owensboro tho I, , II, & W. railroad nn 122; Udies' Plctoral Co., "D" Toronto, A 4 13 nio ltiver, thence up sjiid river to tho 813 1123 M.Utliigy lown, nnd Is ono of the best known famillnr. headlino isn't it ? It's protty near Garfield, thence with said railroad D. F. PEAKD, President. 81X1 4 0'. Canada. 23o 1131 Stanley nnhuj. risky to neghxet a cold or cough. Ono 363 765 244 1140 W'nrthiiiKton t, to where it crosses tho upper Hnrdins- - and most respected business men in that WILL MII.LEH, 337 7 37 Siiottsvllle t 101 lM an jopnlation of his ilintrit-- is csli- Minute' Cnui;li Cure is plensant sufn and " M. II.BKAKI). CaahUr. 3 29 7 29 2 Upm 111 For iimny ypnra Mr. 15. F. TIioiiijii-iiii- , burg and Brandenburg load nenr J. R. city, Kays: "I can tectify to thegood qual Itaskuta ' Lby m to be-- four thousand and I'SOnn j 23i m "r.Uenden'n lv 7 15 mi 3 irpii 0. W. UKAHD sit re, i Wimp'n, (hence a straight lino to It. M. ities of CIitiinbcrliiiii'H Cough Jteinedy ol I)t' MoiiiiH, Iowii, wiw novurt'ly nlllle-4 MOKKIri KHKHIIlilK - .Dire W Having iise'd it In my family for the oil tilth chronic diarrhoea. Jolly'd not to include hint, thenco a lFt.r1iyn''At J R. M..rOLI,Y. Kentucky Training School. A Woui iw iiiu riiimufi... piled eight years I can safely say it bus no f I'OKT VOT'.W JK IMT 0. 1. times It wufl very Hovervi ho much hotlutt straight Hue to tho Monde county lino at The phiiarist, though nn (.'.xitiliple of interest pid on time deposits Mt. Sterling, Ky. Ilio'rJver at the foot of s'ec-- Jmnofl Don ell's, thonco with the Meude equal for ellher colds or croup," tf. and I ffttrcij it woultl t ml iny lilt'. AbpUt mUdlrected " "' effort, may nerve to illus- cai.itTt tiirn iin tlioriver to the lino county lino to the corner of tiio Union JJOeent bottles for nalo iiy A. 11. Usher, bovch years ago I chand-e- to procure) a trato how good can result from evil. Ilo Headquertrjrg for druggist. f" Magieierial District, Star precinct near Ro1eit Jfafs I'lhoncq bottle of Clmtiiln'rlRln's' Colic, Cliolora ypry often confers a honolit by eliscovor- -C. u 'liaotothoClo- - jvith tho lind of the Union HUr and and DJarrbocn Ilemeily. It gave mb ing somo bit of wit or hoauty that nearly JaTjWl. IVIiHt Allvil ltr. irntiik'y ftw4Mlll-.3In2iifo- aIal everv ooir i' dhjlrioU t Breckenridge News. W three-fourth- JUST RECEIVED WHERE VOTE. Len. Hcrndon high-Wnt- nt poit-ottlc- 0:XJ:Ni:: "" ETC. -- s, Heating Stoves New Patterns and Styles ! s, - (1 ?u8t d y Hardware Storfe: PAYNE & I III. CO., d Gloverport, Ky. REAL e. ii ilfnc-hous- 1 ESTATE TBJ11I STREET Rental Agent e PWHIII mm. - $5.00J3.00 sworn, en,?rsSJSi? tl.75 J y?s ' ! -- 1 MEsats BUKafe inlii-lteil- W. L. DOUCLAS S3 SHOE centfleW e , store-hous- FRUIT TREES five-poun- d -- Hardinsburg Nursery, Ml forty-poun- d 1 u t ft Louis, Evans ville West arid Time-CaS- Third Street Planing Mill, cloverpor't, I 1 forly-hort- of-to- n com-11101- I 11 TIME SCHEDULE 2 r. 111 y, H Dn-nm-- r )( . .... MM nt pai-tiali- ty votet-gotte- r, o BANK "$ GREGORY & CO. l W. STORE'S ,