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CLOYERPOltT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER --4- Adrwtijlng Ii )?ot r Side lime. It ilioulil liavo the preceJchu, of all oth.r ipiltloiii In the nilnd of the merchant who aim at iiiccef. The truly great rnerchtnU owe their mcccis to juillcloiialcrUilng. 0 VOL. XVII. 14, 1892 Eight Pages. o NO. Sullivan Fjiocked Out Ly CortelL The management of M our business, wo aim first at the HIGHEST tyrant: And second at the LOWEST The Erstwhile Champion Pugilist of the World Succumbs to the Superior Science and Store Powerful Blows oE the Young Bank Clerk from California, Twenty-on- e Rounds Enough for John L. & (toe of the Greatest Battfes Ever Fought WitWe believe our in both of these directions have reached a point that cannot be surpassed bv 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 ors nessed by Ten Thousand People in the Arena of the Olympic Athletic Club at New Orleans. $45,000 FOE THE WINNEK. Special promptly. given to attention EXCHANGE WtWIl can fill ORDERS Sullivan, Whose Nose Was Broken, Admits That He Fought Once Too Often and Is Glad That the Championship Bemains in America. and nfter a bit of fighting. Corbott let his left go on John's stomach. John did not Boom to mind it, but Corbott went nt him hud gavo him two good smacks on tho faco with left, and two more soon after. Sullivan's noso was bleeding again freely. Corbett ran in and rushod Sullivan to tho ropes, bitting go right nnd loft on tho big fellow's body. Sullivan could mako no return. Ho was tlrod when ho wont to his comer, though ho had done nothing in tho round but tako punishment. Eighth round Sullivan camo out worried looking. IIo mndo n left lunge nt Corltt, but Corbett ducked clovorly. In n rally Sullivan landed his right on tho ribs, but Corbctt got iu two good left jabs on the liody, ono in tho faco and again two light ones on tho faco and two on the' body. Sullivan somnod to bo played out, or waiting for a chnnco to land the knockout blow. Ninth round Corbott ngain led but without offect. Then Sullivan gavo him on tho fnco with llttlo a harm, and gnvo him iniothor left on tho shoulder. Sullivnn did not show nny want of wind, although Corbott hit him fivo times, ono nftor tho other, thrco on tho body and two on tho fnco. Corbott was away ahead on points, but his blows did not seem to weaken tho big fellow, who appeared only tired. Tenth round -- Corbott stood up to his man liko a major and tho men eyed each other liko panthers. Sullivnn let go his left for tho jaw, but only touched lightly. Sullivan misfcod with tho left. Both landed left on tho faco but weakly. Tho 's samo ngain. Sullivan's left found fnco lightly. Sullivan missed left nnd Corbott jumicd back. Corbott lauded loft on face. Eleventh round It now began to look liko n long fight. Sullivnn could not get in n straight blow on tho clever Californiau nnd Corbett could not hurt John L. when ho did land. A couplo of light passes nnd n good deal of running around by Corbott. Corbott hit Sullivan bnck-hnndCor-bott- W T&&$k niiTa IV lb :1W IT WAS A PLUCKY FIGHT. OorbettrWas More Agile Than His Burly Opponent and Nevor Failod to Hit Him When and Where He Wanted to. Every day in the week. n H 4 i Respectfully, JOHN COVERED WITH BLOOD. He Was Aggressive in IRVINGTON MILLING the Beginning, but Could Not Hurt the Pacific Slope Fighter a Little Bit. COMPANY, fc C0RBETT ESCAPES PUNISHMENT. New Orlean8, Sopt. 8. Tho crowd that flockod in tho Htroot ycntorduy was noticeably lnrRcr than on any previous day of tlnH fighting carnival. From early morning until dinner tiino tho trains dropped Bcoro.i of mon until fully 1,000 new arrivals camo into tho city, thoy camo. not only from places within a hundred mllca or bo, but in a good many cases from California, Chicago, Boston and Now York. Auliffo, Joo Lannon and Casoy woro with him. Jack Ash ton was not to bo seen. It was Raid that Jack has seen' JOHN U hULMVAN. IRVINGTON, KY, . V A too much of tho red .contents of tho Corbctt bowl, nnd had boon firod. camo in almost immediately aftor, with his friends as named above, as well as W. A. Brady, his manager. . Both woro strippod all tho way up and down, oxcopt that they woro trunks Sullivan's nnd shoes and stockings. The Weather is Very 's trunks woro of a bright groon, nnd of a queer mixturo of white and a shade of slnto. Corbett scorned nervous, after ho lvad takon his seat, and swung But wo arc making it much wurmor liis logs from tho floor up nnd back lor our competitors .Wo nro selling goods ngain like nn amateur. Thon nil hands to bo cheap it's impossible for anyone collected in tho middle of tho ring and Wo are selling shook hands, handlora and all. It was "try to competo with us. announced that Sullivan wolghed 212 IkmihIb nnd Corbett 187. Professor Duffy, tho roferee, ran from only Y) so''' f"r ''m mly' Low CJ'for cornor to corner, looking out for band' " 1.50 D i. 9S .i ages and bodies and- - waiBts, and finding " ,75 ' 1.00 " nono, ordorod things to go on. When extended nlc t " 1.50 g$ gloves woro distributed tho I.ady'a Low Sullivan hnd trouble in gotting his hands . a.aJ lied ,,4s into his. Corbott was roady in an inI.ndy's Low stant. Sullivan laughed with his handfor QQ sold "1 UlueUflne lor J..UU lers as though ha had told a funny story dltr..t .tyle. 51 only of his own, nftor ho hnd shakon hands for only 15c. old for 50c. nfnnt with "Pompadour Jim." Children " " " Sx' " " J5C. First round Ridiculous exhibition of and 60c, prize fighting. Sullivan made no loss than soveu feints with tho loft for Corbott, but Corbett ran around tho ring each timo and no blow was struck. Children's Slippora for only 25c. sold for Second round Corbott made no offort W) and COc. to do anything but walk around. Tho big fellow stood up leisurely and lookod Ono lot lady's vesta for 15 worth 40c. at Corbott and then lot go a loft on i Bhouldor and a clinch followed. a3fcs" Corbett touched him On tho break-awa- y .f"on the breast. Another clinch followed, jamks t. coiinnrr. SulPKn. wn-rtlit 1f. 4VHTV livan's faco. Jim land his in trnn l tS..t tint lnnvn and Corbott tried todid get leftaonslight I1UIV ,WW I4VJ business lor me enure icsuvat, unt mm blow on tho stomach boforo tho second Is full of bargains. enough of tho sporty disposition to de- round ended, and tho crowd was happy. termine that tho groat chamdlonship Third round Sullivan missed a leftOno lot Men's black suits was sold for battlo between John L. Sullivan and hander for tho Jaw, nnd thon touched James J. Corbctt could not bo missed, him on tho stomach. It was a rattlor. 0.00 going at $2.89. ovon though $15 had to bo given up to of no harm, however. Tho first good ran in got into tho arena at all; $20 had to bo blow struck was by Corbett who Corlxitt top of a run by Sulhvan. boat, and on reserved paid for n albo reached two lofta on Sullivhn's $130 in cash was necessary for a box body. "Whenever Sullivan led Corbett ' ducked and John could not touch him. Has been rcplenish"d, every pleco of that hold six porsons. The sports could not got away from This occurred three times. goods is sold for half price. such n fast hitter as tho Olympic club Fourth round Sullivan mndo two .. . A b. ! IIiaiiHgyiiii'iit, mm u.iuiu iu AnlA 4llA jiuu- - j runs ut Corbett, but Jim ran away and uiu iuu i4 to PRAZIER'S no blowB woro struck. Sullivan conlshmont that wonld bo motod out thorn in tho Bhapo of prices. Tho town tinued to ran iu on him, but Jim's feet was chock full at 4 o'clock in tho after- woro too good for tho big fellow nnd ho noon, and nil tho mon who stood along slipped away llko a good sprinter. Sullivan laughed at tho buslnoss, nnd Cortho curbs wcro talking about tho fight. ' bott lot ids left go lightly on John's faco. Tho Olympic club decided yesterday John laughed tho mora and rotnrnod AXLE GREASE. that Sullivan would not lw allowed to his left on Corbott's back as Jim tumed wear a piaster on his stomach. Corlwtt away. It looked liko n foot race exceptprotested ngainst this aa.eoon as ho ar- ing two light blows that Corbott got In rived in town, and when Sullivan wii on tho champion's fuco. Fifth round In this round Sullivan trade with ua yon can get inoro formally notifiod of tho piotost, whh'h caught Corbett n fnlily hard blow on If you proceeding was gono through yesterday vahiQ rcccivod for your monoy. Corbott clinched, nnd nochin, afternoon, tho big fellow said ho "didn't tho was but hurt. Sullivnn mlssod with body Ho'd let the blank plaster tho left and followod that with a triflcr givo n blank. go to blank if thero was any kick alwit on tho shouldor with tin loft. Bnllivnn It from that young fellow," meaning mado a rush and Corbott went nt him. What followed is hard to describe CorCorbott. BRANDENBURG, KY. . It was 8fi0 when tho scnlos woro bott smashed him with his right and and brought in to weigh tho glovos, and at left on tho Btomnch and face no hnd timo. tho big fellow'B noBoblcodingin tho same timo ' it was ofllcially anhim as n Dixon could Corbett nounced that Billy Dolanoy and Profes-eo- r smack ahammored tho groat champion Skelly, and John Donaldspn, of St. Paul, would becamo so surprised that Bomo persons n atari. i,nju tr do tho chlof work cm Corbett when in ealdhowns groggy. Tho activity and WAYNE'S his cornor, and that Daly, Dillon and cleverness slywn by Corbett was bo OIKTMENTi that tho honso got up and Profossor Hko . Donovan, of the Now iwlibovl u lutorou York Atbletio club, would bo nround to yelled. KtliMlvlU, trvt MH Sixth round Corlwtt jumped Around m imv t tr. itMBi. lth. ill hand up bottloa and givo advico. Thero worried tho ulg follow, HBPhA- was a tromendons crowd in tho building liko a cut and light blows on tho Btom-nthUliL OM. ielkTlBC vUm ikln l&r. wMla&uJ ha&llh1 bo found getting in two at this timd, no room could J.4 i hi Aimrwit. i r irnl fc? mill btUt ... 4.1 i r- Di. KulHvun missed ono jwwr iiivtuini ! m awa, fuiftjuyoi anywhere for tho faco, but othervho nothing was Bat Masterson was nnmod as Corbott's dono in tho round. Nqw things In writing papers nml tub' timo keeper. Sullivan camo on first at Seventh round Two slaps on the k'ts'Httyubuapu's. gtfl. His last hnndlers, Johnston, Mo- - boily, quo from each, ope.ned this round, WmmmzmiMm ff lot Cor-bett- 11 fivo-onn- fJ S Cor-bott- 's Clothing Department r. - . Remnant Counter h .& .. Diamond Yeakel 2 Boxes for 5 cents. Geo. & Co., ..:ai ir! - LsSk .vc h. left-hand- in the fnco with loft twlco and with left nnd right in n clinch. Sullivan's noso ngain bleeding. Corbett walking nround. Corbett got two good cracks on Sullivan, ono on fnco nnd ono on stomach. m Twelfth round Sullivnn was still steady, and it looked ns though they might fight a hundred rounds. Corbott got iu his left threo times In tho stomnch within threo Fcconds, getting nway each timo and running nround. Great clovorness was shown by Corbett in tho way ho jabbed and got nway, but his blows did not seem to bo effective. Sullivan now mndo a rush, but Corbott ran nwaj and when ho camo back ho laughed. Sullivan tried tho samo thing twico moro nnd each timo got a jab with his left on tho stomach. Thirteenth round Sullivnn hnd n woary look when ho camo from his corner, and then let go his left. IIo could not got thero as Corbett ran away. This scene wns repeated whon Corbett camo forward; he;wa8 smiling, but wns perspiring n great deal. Sullivan rushod him and Jim rnn awny. Sullivan did all tho moving up nnd Corbctt wns jumping back again. Nothing was dono in this round except ono light blow of Corbett's on Sullivnn b cheek. Fourteenth round Sullivnn led loft on Corbett's neck nnd Corbctt landed two lofts on tho fnco, and in another attempt both missed. Each now touched the other with tho loft, and thon both missed. Corbott again got his left on Sullivan's faco and thon missod with his right. Both missed n double blow with tho loft. No blows struck in tho rouud would have broken n pnno of glass. Fifteenth round Sullivnn Wont in to do Corbett this timo, nnd rushed Jim throe times. Tho Californian's long roach held John nt buy, and the big fellow could not brealr in under tho guard. On tho contrary, Corbett's left found Sullivan's face twico. Iu two more rashes by Sullivnn, Corbott hold him off nnd plunked John L. on the ribs and Btomnch with left. Sullivan had become vory ugly looking before tho ond of tho round, but Corbott did not mind that n bit. Ho went In dunclng away from blows as before. Sixteenth round A mutual rash nt the opening of this round, but both mlKsod their blows. Sulllwin foil nnd Corlwtt short with a hit him oajlho nose lightly. This Corbott followed up with a jab In the stomach and two on tho uoso with tho loft Sullivan appeared to bo gotting desperate. IIo wont at Corbott cautiously, but liard. Corbott was not thero. John L. Boomed moro worried than ovor, especially whon ho roccivod nnothor tap on tho noso from Corbett's lof tr Soventeonth round Sullivnn succeeded in gotting n llttlo left on Corbett's taiii; with tins oxcoptlon thero was only fibbing during tho round. Tho. honso had a good doal to laugh nt in the men's actions, but nothing to got oxcitod ovor. Eighteenth round Corbett's cleverness In tapping Sullivan and getting away was greatly admired up to this time, mid whon ho jabbed tho big follow four times on tho tco in succession tho spectators raised ahowl. Sullivan hero got In a loft ou Corbett's broast, but it dldnot hurt. Then Corbott touched John L. up for two righHiandorn on the body amid moro howls. Tho peoplo Boomed to bo with Corbott. Nineteenth round On coming Sullivnn hit Corbett on the nock with tho left pretty hard, and Corbott countered with tho loft on tho stomach. Sullltan missed a loft, meant for tho face, and Corbott laughed at him. At that Sullivan's face took on a snvago emllo and ho chased Corbott nround tho ring. Corbott ngain camo forward and landed his loft on SnlllYnn's stomach nnd faco and his right on tho big follow'a right-hander, VfKh left" and rlht Corbett caught Sullivan on both side of the head close to tho ropes, and this samo doso tho Cnltfornlan repeated withCorbett followed in nnothcr second. this up with seven moro blows of tho same kind, nnd Sullivan could not protect himself. Sullivnn could not get in a Binglo blow In return. Ho was plainly groggy nnd weak. Corbett was very fresh arid confident nt tho sound of the gong nt which timo ho was smashing Sullivnn nt a great rato loft and right on both sides of tho head. Twouty-firs- t round nnd lost In regard to thin trifling minute and a half which decided tho heavyweight championship of tho world, n great deal might bo sAid even In that snort timo. That tho contest wonld end in that round no man prosont behoved. Sullivnn camo from his corner in tho samo Bhapo that ho hnd shown for a dozen rounds before. Ho hnd tho samo cross expression ou his faco, and Boemod to bo as strong as nt any timo during tho fight. IIo continued to do tho "edging-in,- " and Corlwtt continued his original tactics of "edging-awny.- " This sort of trado was not going on very long, not more than ten seconds when Corbott jumped bnck, rushod forward, hit John on tho noso and John wns dnzod. Corbctt wont at him further, and tho samo old noso was again smashed nnd moro blood camo out. John looked astounded, nnd Corbott jumped back with tho merry smllo of n school boy with a big npplo. Suddenly ho returned to tho fray nnd boforo Sullivnn know what was tho meaning of tho Californian's happy look ho got n crack on tho side of tho head that mndo him close his eyes. With this Corbott was on top of him in less than no timo. Loft hand on ono sido of tho head and right hand ou tho other, poor John L. Sullivnn becamo nn unconscious beaten mnn. IIo stnggorod about on his pins for n second or so, nnd while displaying this fntal weakness, Corbott went down on him ngain, as a crow lights on corn whoro thero is no dummy in tho middlo of the field. A right on tho car, nnd a left on tho jaw settled tho business nnd tho chnmnlonshin. Tho last blow sent . tho great John L. Sullivnn to tho floor with a thump, tho second timo in all his long caroer as n fighter that ho had over been knocked down. But ho wns down tuis timo for fair nnd finally. It was n clean nnd clever knockout blow. Sullivnn doubled up his legs as if In pain, but In nnothor iustnnt seemed to collect his senses and made an effort to rniso. IIo failed in that, and triod tho second time with tho same result. Ho was knocked out puro and simple. His seconds had come to him nml assisted him to his cornor. Even then John L. was "out" and didn't know what was going on. It was not for over Uvo minutes that John L. rccovored hlmsolf. Meantime, Corbett had rotircd to his comer on tho order of tho roforeo, whilo tho mnn who has long been known as tho "champion of champions" was counted out and carried to his chair. When ten seconds wero nt last at an end Professor Miko Donovan, of tho Now York Athlotic club and W. A. Brady, Corbett's manager, sprang to tho stage and flung their arms around tho young mnn who wns now tho champion pugilist of tho world nnd tho winnor of $45,000 in purse nnd stake, ns well as a reputation that will turn porhnps ten times that amount into his oxchequcr. Corbott returned tho cordial salutation with n hearty embrace whilo tho tears welled up into his eyes. Othors jumped up to the clever Cnliforninn and huggod him. Thoy hnd probably won money at 2 or 8 to 1 on Jim. Whilo this hugging was going on Sullivan's hnndlers wcro pouring water over him nnd placing ammonia to his noso, nnd with much trouble brought him nround. When ho did como to ho looked up nt Jnck MoAuliffc, who was fanning nlm with the towel, nnd nfter opening his eyes half way, or as far as ho could, said In his moro than ordinary "bootleg" volco: "Say, am I licked? Did that young follow do it?" McAnliffe sorrowfully admitted that that was thb caso. John did not say any moro until Corlxitt camo ovor and shook hands with him. John not up. took Cor bett's hand nnd then spoko to tho crowd: "Uontlemon," boIU tho "1 am only glad that tho championship has been won by nn American." This speech brought down tho houso, as it has not boon affected during nil tho week. Thoro was a groat, wost, mad enthusiastic yell when Corbott knocked John L. Sullivnn out, but that nolso was not a marker to tho wild, mad house demonstration that tho gang mado when John L. Bald thoso manly words. Balled Into him. CorlM.'tt' l. tliostnge at Boston In ii friendly set-tover tun years W40. Following thick and fast have come his victories. Ills defeat ol I'uddy It j mi tit Mississippi City In lbS3 and utter that a big list of kuock-ouU- . WHERE ARE YOU GOING m TO BUY YOUR there are dark chapters when, ocrconndent of his prowess, he met and hnd draws, while In wretched condition, with Mitchell, McCnflrey nnd Tug Wilson. cmno. Of course, He lias whipped men In nil sections, nnd his last victory nt Purvis, Miss., was ovel Kllrnln, nnd ho has a career of trlutnpb uncqunled In tho history of pugilism. Sullivnn Is about thirty-fiv- e years of age. M'AULIFFE "Tho Strc-ato- DEFEATS MYER. l r Cjrluuo" Knorlit-i- Out In In Firtrvn llmimtH. New Ohlsanh, Sept. 0. Although tho first fight 6f tho carnlvnl was not begun until 0 o'clock or therenbouts. the Olympic club honso was boBleged before 5 yesterday afternoon by hundreds of men who llvo in this city and all parti of tho Union. It was not an ngrcctiblc day by any means, for tho ram came down in torrents nt fiequont intervals but that little thing had vory litth effect on the enthusiasm of tho visitors to tho city, or tho residents thereof. All day up to supper timo tho street! in tho central part of tho city wore lined with peoplo, who hnd but one topic to talk about. Tho fights and fighters nlono constituted tho subject of discussion; whilo tho fight of last night caused tho chief Interest of tho dn thero was nlso a good deal said about tho biggest of them nil, that of Wednesday night. It was considciod, novcr- - FALL -- : CL0THES? Where you can do tho best? Then you wj If vou como to Loulsvlllo anil' ahe nround" you'll find ub If you'll Bona tno inojne everybody. want to in vest from $1.50 to $18 for suit or from $5 to $30 for a man's ami emit! rrnrwla liv rotiirn ovnroftfl.- If VOB , t- -, ....Br liko whet wc send, all you liavo to ,w send back tho goods and we will prompt Wo liavo ALWAYS back your money. tho lowest priced liouso in LouIavUJ? season it lb our policy to beat nil rcoorti to hold all our big trado whilo in Tor Quarters. Try us once. Wo wnnt ydtj regular customer. from us. "out-of-Bigh- t" -- Vl I -- I Py By fiW Vt3" j I m'auuffo. iiEYca theless, that tho battlo of Inst night would bo tho longest nnd most stubbornly contested ot the series. Boforo 0 o'clock tho nrenu was uncomfortably full of men who had paid $15 for box scats, $10 for lower scats, $7.50 for eeata in the gallery, and when Guillot mado tho formal announcement that a contest for tho lightweight championship of tho world wns nlwut to tako place ho received arousing cheer. finished his brief As tho speech, Professor John Duffy, thoofficinl referco, cliinlxxl through tho padded rones. Folico Cnptnin Barrett weighed tho gloves personally on the Btago, and on finding that thoy pressed tho ecalo down nt full five ounces tossed thorn into the center of tho ring. Ho then wnrnod tho crowd that order must bo maintained, and that persons who made too much nniso or In any way misconducted thorn-solvw5uld lw ejected from tho building. Tho men weighed in a fow minutes before 0 o'clock. Tho limit wus 1118 3-- IN TEMPORARY QUARTERS. VY'S Louisville Greatest Clothing! House HARDINSBURG Normal Instituti Opens Sept. 5th, 1892. And continues until tho first Friday in July 1893.1 The following courses will be taught : Primary, Intermediate Teacher's, Business, Engineer's Scientific, Classical and Musical. James J. Corbett was born In Ban Francisco, Cal., SepL 1, 160& Ills father was from County Mayo, Ireland, and his mother from Dublin. Ho was named nfter his uncle, Father James Corbott, who Is now a priest In Irelund, Young Coiuutt was educated at tho Sacred Heart college, San Frnnclhco, and when lie graduated Flood, tho bonanza king, gavo him a tlerkshlp In tho Nevada pounds. Myer scaled at 137 2 Anliffe 137 When thia proceeding was Professor Duffy it wns mado known that tno timo keeper would bo It. M. Frank, whilo Jimmy Colvillo, of Boston, would hould hold the wntch for McAuliffe, nnd Boarding, including fuel and lights, may be had in privato famih, Qeorgo R. Clurko for Myor. It was 0:10 p. in. when McAuliffo en- from 89 00 to 810 per month. tered tho ring, uccompaniod by his handlers, nnd was only moderately applauded. Myer. who followed n miunto later, was loudly cheered, showing tlmt ho Healthy. People kind and hoei ililc was tho favorite with tho lurgo majority. For imformation address, McAullffo's seconds wero Jnck Sheo-JinJoo Choynski, Jimmy Nelson and R. Professor Jnmes Robertson, of Bay St. Louis. Mver was lookod after by his HARDINSBURG, KY.1 brother Ed, John Eckett, Frank Iloxio and Alf Konnedy. Myer took his sent in tho corner occupiod by Jnck Demp-sePoter Maher and other losers, nnd it. is called tho unlucky corner. Tho men, wearing only trunks, bIioos and btockings. shook hands nt 0:15 and returned to their corners. At 0:23 timo wns called. McAuliffo 401-4- 07 led with his right but fell Bhort. Mnc then led with his left, but Myer stopped it, nnd countered HghMy on tho body. McAuliffe wns ngni.l" tho leudor, but Myor counterod heavily with his right on tho Btomnch. Both missed fire n couplo of times. In n rally Jack ran away lieforo any harm was dono nud tho crowd cheered. At tho end of tho round it looked a? though McAuliffo was a litFrom I to 600 horse power. tle afraid of Myor's right hand. PRIMARY, INTERMEDIATE, and Mc- OTHER COURSES, told by Tuition is payablo in advance. 'Tuition Fees. - $1.00 Per MonlJ 2.00 " "r " 3.00 " Board. Location. n, P. SHACKLETT, Prin. jj y, HARRY 6UENTHER & BRO East MaiD St., r Second round McAuliffo shot onl DO GENERAL loft nnd right on Myer'a head nnd landed both. Ho ngain touched Myer in tin faco with his lett This ho followed uj bank, where ho remained several years. with his left on tho faco and his right on tho Bldo of tho head. A rally nud a From boyhood up Corbett had nlwnys beci clinch followed, but both miobou nnd 11c Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, fond of athletic exercises nnd In tho Olym harm Then McAuliffe was dono. pic base bull club ho always ranked first ai knocked Myor down with a right-hanCnno Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. fielder ond batter. or on the Bldo of tho head. Some verj Machinery, Keep in Stock New and Second-han- d While still clerking In the bank, hi hot fighting occurred when Myer got Joined the Olympic Athletic club nnd wod up. At inqunrters nnd Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, both the amateur heavyweight chnmplonshlp men were wild. But McAuliffo ngnin Iron and Wood Pulloys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goodq This Infatuated him with boxing and hi Bent Myer down by a Myoi left the bank to becomo sparring lnstructoi went to his corner somewhat groggy. Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Macluno OiIb, for tho Olympic club. While holding thai Third round Myer oponod this round y , Ana all Kinus oi Mia anu Macmno Duppnos. position, ho had his first professional con with his left, but fell short. McAuliffe test with Jack Burke, of Kuglniul, whon caught him nn nppercut, but not hnrd. riSv'PrtTf!Ti,.S nml nil husinnsa minrnntond to bo satisfactory PT ,' he fought to n draw In eight rounds. Then Myor thou rushed McAuliffo. who kopt j wns no referee, but tho Snn Francisco pub away. Thoro was a rally and a clinch Corrospondonco solicited. 11a decided In favor of Corbett. without any harm, whon Myer made Corbctt then developed Into n another rush. Nobody was hurt lu this professional nnd defeated all tho locn round, but both men wore apparently n among them Joo Choylnskl heavyweights, llttlo tired. whom he met and defeated thrco different Fourth round McAuliffo missod both hare knuckles In n ban right and loft and Myer roturnod the times. Once with the second compliuieqt with riL'M vigor on, the K'longlng to Corbett's father, time on the luch near the CHIT House (Cou'inucd on Second Pago.) events,) nnd flnnllj (these were in a finish fight on a barge In San Frnu FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINES; d' left-hande- r. d four-roun- d In this last meeting Corbett broko botl his hands In tho third rouud, but coutluuec to fight and defeated his mnn in thi twenty-seventround. Corbett noxt, In contest for points, bested Kllralt forati,600 purse. In the sparring tout h d four-round Cisco bay. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR Keeps the scalp clean, cool, healthy. or which followed, ho bested McCaffrey In I contest in Brooklyn. His Ins! event of hupoitnnce wns his meeting wltl Peter Jnckson, which resulted In a draw rounds. Theao nro all o: after sixty-on-e Corbett's big affairs. Of minor oventsho has had many, anions which were tho following, In all of whlel Defeated David ho proved tho victor: Elsemnnn, two rounds; James unity, tout rounds; Martin "Buffalo" Costello, three rounds; Duncan McDonald, of lluttu Frank Smith, thrco rounds; Mike Brcnnon four rounds; .William Miller, thrco rounds. Kulllvnn'i Heciml, The Best Dressing Restores hair which has become thin, faded, or gray. Lowell, Mass. ii ii .i ir' tr .M MICHAEL HAMMAN, Tho Kogular and Reliable Btomacn. Sullivan's loft Twentieth round etruck Corbott'a breast na they camo to ja tho center of tho ring, but only two .pccurreij aiterwurd before CorMt sec-am- lloto tnmljlnr to every lover of tho manly nil Is the career of John U Sullivnn, champion, from tho time tho heavy-weigthat, as an unknown quantity, ho knocked oc Qoss, the famous Kngllsji puullUt, oil Di'B J.C.Ayer&Co, FURNITURE 0 DEAL la alwy on hand with a full stock, fcMlflTrn fiWikitttMtr.itnithirihiAu - -- ..- -- - - - . , Breckenridge News. "WEDNESDAY, SKITEMKKH 14, lMtt. K Sullivan Corbott Fight. Continued from First Page. Ilnd it not Trcn for tho clinch would hnvo fnllon. A moment later 3tcAulliTe fell to his knees from a blow on tho stomach nnil Myor innilo n lungo at him. Cries of foul wont up, but Myer did not hurt him. Mo Aullilo ngain floored Myor by n blow on tho neck, which was tho flrnt that followed In rapid succession. Myor got up cralckly and ran at McAuliffo, who jrimpeu away. iUitn rounu uotn iiuuieu nwmio ana sthen McAuliffo stopped Myer by a right on tho hoad. Myer recovered quickly nndlM cut Ills left nnd right, but in a harmless fashion. Jlyer landed left on McAullffo's stomach lightly, both landed rights on each other's body, but without inuch force. A clinch followed. Just at the sound of tho Ronr McAuliffe mado a rush nnd lauded right on Myer'e Ftoniach. McAuliffo , Sixth round McAuliffe missed two d foi ore nnd ono riirht-handhtfiohoiul, but did land n hard left -hander In tho foce. juyor misted a but touched him on tho eliotil- (lerwitn mo leu. uoui jnnueu rigni- ' lianilera on tho Btomach and n clinch followed. Doth men wero tired, but on the McAuliffo got in a Myer returned a left on the I faco nnd chest. McAuliffo made another rush, but swung both hands wild. Seventh round Tho boys camo out quite briskly. Mao continued tt lead, but missed three times. In a rally Mac on tho back of received a right-handtho beau. A cltncu loiiowcu, nut Ale- left-haner lort-.jiandleft-hand- head. on tho rnfo with lefts, und each man made n pretty play nt stopping tho right. Dixon kept uway nftcr this nnd then mndo n rush und clinch. Skolly looked confident and the crowd yelled. Second round Skelly, who stood two Inches over tho nigger, ngnln took tho initiative, but missed with tho left and on then Dixon got in two lef tho bodv. Another loft of Dixon's caught Skelly hard In tho stomach. Dixon mado two rushes, landed his loft in each on tho stomach. Skelly missed d swing for tho jnw In the u second. Third round Skelly camo up more wary in this round, but was promply on tho knocked down by a car and tho colored population howled. Dixon got in three lefts on tho stomnch nnd missed two swings for tho head. Skelly wns slow as you plenso and could not land three cracks ho made. Fourth round Skelly was senroy and lot Dixon clinch him, until tho colored man caught his loft on Skelly's ribs. Skelly now mado n rush nnd Dixon dipped, but on recovering boforo Skelly hnd time to recover, Dixon turned nround nnd slapped Skelly on tho faco with tho left. Dixon went in with tho leftnud landed throe on tho stomach. Skelly seemed dead nnd went to his corner in tho way of a groggy man. Fifth round Skelly camo out looking strong enough, but mndo a weak attempt with his left to catch Dixon's jnw. In n clinch Dixon lauded loft under tho right nnu and then smashed him in tho faco with tho right. "Mahogany" now hit left and right on tho eyo nnd noso, nnd Skelly's face was bloody from tho oyes down. Skolly wns quito tired, but ho stood tho gaff. Sixth round Skolly forced Dixon over to his comer, but could not land a blow. Dixon hit him with left twico under tho right arm, onco on tho noso, making moro blood flow, nnd ngain "tno lcrt under the right arm. Dixon rushed with tho evident intention of finishing his man nnd landed left nnd right on tho faco. IIo repoatod this twico, and Skelly could not mako nn attempt of tho weakest kind. Soveitfh round Dixon led loft for right-handeloft-hnnd- hit each olhor lightly Long Winded. Is President Harrison in His Letter of Acceptance. THE FRAUDS, IMPOSITIONS DECEPTIONS CANS OF AND REPUBLIALL DEFENDED ALONG THE LINE. The National Currency, American Shipping Jltcciprocity Tariff-T- in MarPlate Wool-"T- he kets of the World"-Electi- ons Civil Sorvice Foreign Commerce Etc. SAME OLD THE WRIGGLING, TALE. BOASTFUL Warhi.noto.v, Sept. 0. Tho following Is President Harrison's letter accepting tho Republican nomination for tho ofllco of prosidont of tho United States: Wasjiinotox, Sept. 3. Hon. William McKlnley, Jr., nnd Others, Committee, first period of relief from public duties to which you respond to the notification brought to me on Juno 'JO, of my nomination for the olTico of president of tho United States by the Republican national convencept tliu nomination and am grateful for the approval expressed by the convention of the acts of the administration. I have endeavored without wavering or weariness, so far as the direction of public affairs was committed to me, to carry out the pledges made to the peoplo in lt&S. If the policies of tho administration have not been distinctively and progressivoly fault has not been in the purpose, hut in the execution L shall speak frankly of the legislation of American nnd Republican policies, tho tion recently held GentlkmksI Eta: now nvnll myself of tho at Minneapolis, I ac- VOEOW1E l)IXO - f .ifctomach. Auliife jumped away out of it beforo nny damago was done. Eacli got in n on the body nnd there was . right-handa hot rally, Piich man landed left nnd right on tho body. Then each mtaed n right-handintended for tho head. Mver touched McAuliffo lightly on tho faco anil Skelly htoptmi n mceiy. Dixon on tho got in n stiff rignt-haiidHtomnch nnd again on tho faco: onco moro on the neck, nnd for tho fourth time on tho liody under tho right arm. left-hand- departments for the credit of any successes that have lieen attained is in such measures due to others henators and representatives, nnd to the ediclent heads of the several executive departments tbpt I may dots) without impropriety. A vote of want of conildeiii i is nsketl by our adversaries; nnd this challenge to a review of what has been done wo promptly and gladly nccept. con-gles- congress and of tlie work of the executive Eighth round McAuliffo again led loft on bre.'ist. Myer fell short with on left. McAuliffo got in a breast, but Myer returned two heavy blows, ono with either hand on tho brest. In nnotiicr instant not in on Mac's ear. and in tho a right-hnndclinch that followed Mac went down. for It was hardly n fair knock-dowMyor, but tho crowd was delighted to M( Auliffo on tho floor. 6eo Ninth round McAuliffe feinted with 'his left nnd caught Myer on the stomach with tho right. Ho repeated this, nnd Myer began to show signs of grogginuss. McAuliffo then knocked Myer down on tho head clean with n right-hnndnnd did tho sumo thing n moment Inter. Myer was groggy ut tho end of the rounu. Tenth round Myer camo up quito r. Mclively and dodged a Auliffo hit out both on Myer's breast. Myer returned both left and right lightly on tho breast. In n rnlly both Inndod loft nnd right. Myer tried to get in his vniuumu rigiu, uui uuieu. iimcsi,""11 right touched Myer twice on tho stomach and Myor returned very weak. Myer missed three blows which McAuliffe jumped away from. fciovniuii rounu Aiyer wns not so "lively in coining to time, but mado a tsrusn with nn euori. iucAuimo men I.' ni.iliiKl nnil L'ot in lnft nn tlw Rtninnch and right on tho hend hard. In tho clinch Myor' left found Mao's head but liL'htlv. Mver was growing tired, but McAuliffo inissod two blows intended for tho hend. Twelfth round Thoy si tarred away, Lbut nobody 'as hurt for a whole miii- , uto wncn Ainu rnn nnu iciui one icit ami right with good force nnd Myer could mako no roturn. McAuniie was sinning and Myor looked scared. Myor swung with both hands and Mac lnughed. Thirteenth round myer camo up with a bad cut under tho eye. which was bo- tcinning to blacken. In a clinch Mnc "caught his man with a right on tho etomnch hard. Myer got in two weak iMowb on tho ribs and in a rally tried to rlpporcut McAuliffe who dodged und left-handM-y. n ' All blows hard. Then Dixon went nt him with both hands nnd hit him all on tho over tho ring. Ono jaw floored Skelly, who was bleeding freely. Eigth round Skolly camo up groggy ngain. Dixon was ns frosh as a daisy. It looked as though tho end of tho light wns near and tho crowd liogan to leave tho building. Dixon rnshc-- and smashod Skelly nil over tho ring. At oloo quarters Dixon hit him with tho right on tho jnw mid the crowd yelled "foul." But thero was no foul, as each hnd an armful. Skelly went down undor the forco of tho crack, but got tin bloody but plucky. Dixon ran at him again nnd thumped wi'h right nnd left on the ropes. Skelly was so awfully played ou t that ho went down ngain on his knees. Ho fell over on his faco and made nn effort to get up, but it was no use. nnd ho was counted out. The poor boy had not been n half-size- d competitor for tho colored champion. Tho IJrooklynite meant well enough and showed good heart, but, unfortunately, ho does not know how to light a good man. Dixon was piotty well applauded when tho decision was given. Tho occupants of tho colored gallory mado n great noit-- and kept It up until It. M. Frank, the oflicicnl timekeeper of the club, called for order nnd announced sent that Charlie Mitchell hadSiillivan-Cor-bef-a dial-engt to the winner of tho fight for $10,000 a side within ten weeks if ho woro ullow ed $1,000 for exd o s The gpnuml work of tho Fifty-llrs- t has been subjected to tho revision of a Democratic house ot representatives, and the acts o( tho executive department to its scrutiny and Investigation. A Democratic national administration was succeeded by a Republican nd ministration, and the freshness of events gives unusual facilities for fair comparison and Judgment. There has seldom been n time, I think, when a chnngo fiom tho declined policies of tho Republican to the declared xllciiv) of the Democratic party Involved such serious results to the business lnterci Us ot the coun- try and of what the Democratic party propose to undo, will justify this opinion. The Republican party during tho civil war, devised a national currency, consisting of United .c,ltos notes, Issued and redeemable by the government, nnd of national bank notes, based uion the security of United States bonds. A tax was levied upon tho issues of state banks nwty ho Intended result, ihr.t all such Issues should bo withdrawn, was i allied There are men among us now who novcr saw a state bank note. The notes furStates liavo been the only safe nnd acceptable paper currency of the people. Hunk failures have brought no flight, delay or loss to the bill holders. Thonotoof an insolvent bank Is ns good and as current as a treasury note -- for tho credit of tho United States Is tK'hiud it. Our money Is all national money. I might say international, fur these bills are not only usually and indiscriminately accepted at par in all the states but party, if entrusted with the control of tho government, is now pledged 10 repeal me tax on state, bank issues, with a view to putting into circulation again, under such diverse legislation ns the states may adopt, a fltxxl of local bank Issues. Only those who in the ears beforo the war, experiin some foreign countries A brief review of wlint has lieen done nished, directly or indirectly, by tho United Tho Democratic penses. Mr. Frank also stnted that Johnny Murphy, of Boston, wanted to light Dixon, as also did Johnny Qriflln. Murphy assertod that ho could tight at 117 who jxiunds, but n good many por-onknow tho brnintreo lwy doubt thnt he can get lower thnn 120. Ho is matched s femiled. Fourteenth round McAuliffo lauded on Myer's hend, but in n Lclinch Myer got in n fearful right on rushed, bit fjack'fl ribs. McAuliffo Myer cavo him two hard ones on tho . ribs and stomach. und Both men camo up. Fifteenth ror rnthor weak nnd groggy. Terrific both inon lending heavily. lu Ullo run nt his man nnu nounueu with loft nnd right on tho Btomach bd faco. Myor went down and stnyed six seconds. 119 nroso vory groggy nnd McAuliffo sailed in to him ngnfu. iyw could mako no.1 defenso, 1and Mo- ... .1 1 11. ..?.. I -Willi ngm nnu iuii siiiiisueu wie chap on tho jaw, anujuyor weni i.er,tho last tlmo. IIo trio3 to gol ; Me strength was gono mm no lei: lowor rona and then fell to the ' a beaten man. iOn thowholo McAuliffo put up o it fiirlit. He did almost nil the lead lirom tho start, but fought warily thai for. bs hu vm of the opinion right hand wns to bo feared. ' Ivor was clearly outclassed and ho had wUopwid aUogothur on his right. Me linite' MMfilum loo weaK oany in meIHt to paHMt him 10 gee in wnn or- ftvo blows A ,.i i a llcwred Murinnn in tho world to fight 183 punds, weigh in nt HJApUffoy iigsM; tor $iu,uw a sine. r K Alter tWFbattlo Dick Rocho chid- - DIXON In 81111 DEFEATS SKELLY Clmniplnn Iliin- And tho "Worlrt'n tHin-Welg- Sept. 7. George "New OuiiGAS, Dixon, tho champion bantamweight pugilist, and Jack Skolly, or Brooklyn, woro greeted by more thnn 0,000 persons at the Olympic club last night. Thoro wero about 400 negroes present. The fight was for tho championship and $12,,600, and was easily won by Dixon. ' The lli;lit hy ItmimW. First round Tho mon hnd no booiioz called to tho center than bkoiiy laft for Dixon s head. The coon 'orlvand smashed bkellyon with the left. Tlio Iwya tlien - enced the Inconvenience and losses attendant u)on the use of such money, can appreciate what a return to that Bystem involves. The denomination of a bill was thou often no indication of its value. The ba detector of yesterday was not n safe guluc against Jimmy Lynch, of New York, at 122 ixHinds, tho fight to tako plnce at today ns to credit or values. Merchants times during tho Conoy Island on tho 20th Inst. After it deposited severalhank closing should day show lest the hour of was all over tho Now Orleans citizens a depreciation of the money taken In the gave all credit to Dixon for tho work ho morning. The traveler could not use In a had dono, but they plainly did not liko journey to tho east tho issues of the most solvent bnnks of tho west, nnd in conseto do it. s quence n olllco was t .0 familiar neighbor ot the ticket ofllco and tho lunch counter. An Ox Yoko rulilnlimt'llt. nnd the Tho the Thero is nn old farmer out In Jorsoy money farmer for their lnliorcr foundtheir reeelwd products or great n detestation of flirt- labor deproc ited when they camo to make who has ah nnd tho whole business of ing as was over cherished by tho mikadc their purclia tho country himself. It was a great shock to him Changes maywas hindered and burdened. liecomo necessary, but a naono evening nt church when ho caught tional system of currency sufonnd acceptdaughter exchang- able throughout the whole country is tho his fourteen-year-oling glances nnd smiles with u neighbor' good fruit of bitter experiences, and lun consent to tho reson u couple of years older. Tho old suro our people will notby tho Democratic actionary proposal mndo gontlomnu mused over tho problem nil party. American Shipping. tho way homo, und finally hit upon nn Few subjects havoelicted more discussion expedient which ho only awaited tho opor excited moie general interest than tint portunity to put into practice. of the recovery by United States of its This was not long in coming. As he appropriate share tho tho ocean carrying of turned a corner of tho road tho next trade. This subject touches not only our pockday ho caught a glimpso of tho youiuj all but our couple ou tho road ahead of hiin, walk- ets, freights national prido. Practically the for trnnsjiortlng to Kuropo the ing along, hand in hand, nnd oven us lit enormous annual supplies of provisions paused, speechless, ho saw them ox furnished by tills country and for the large return of manufactured precincts have tor chnngo n kiss. That settled it. many years been paid to foreign ship With a few strides ho had overtaken owners. was inarching them oil tho culprits and Thousands of immigrants annually seekunder our ling have lieen denied to his bam, which Btood in a promlnont ing homes ot It until thoy entered Sandy the sight position closo by tho high road. A Hook, while Increasing thousands of Amershout brought out thohirodinnn,nud in ican cltl.ens, Ix'iit on Kuriipeaii travel, a twinkling tho old granger had Blipped have each year stepped into foreign jurismertho New nn ox bow over his victims' heads, Then diction ntbalance of York docks. Tho treaschandise trade, which ho seated thein ou tho doorstop nnd kopt ury books show, Is largely reducedthe tho by them thoro for ono mortal hour, calling annual tribute which wo pay for freight tho attention of all pnssors by to "my and pnssago moneys. Tho great ships the fastest upon tho sea which are now in two calves I'm n brenkin in." peace profiting by our trade, ant, In a secAt tho end of the time ho rolcascd the ondary sense, warships of their respective prisoners, who mndo nil hasto to put lis governments, nnd in tlmo of war would, with thoso governmuch dlstnnco between each other ni under existing contractstho guns, for which ments, speedily tako on possible. their decks nre already prepared, nnd enter And now they don't oven Bpenk when with terriblo efficiency upon the work of destroying our commerce. The undisthoy pass by. Now York Recorder, puted fact Is that the great steam-shi- p lines of Kuropo were built up nnd nre now in part sustained by direct or Indirect Clutrut'tor, i)fiiUyuiil Strength. government aid tho latter taking the form Clovoland starts out with mnny mnni-fea- t of a liberal pay for carrying the malls, or advantages. IIo represents char- of an annual bonus given in consideration acter, IIo represents dignity. Ho rep- of ngrcemenU to construct tho ships so ks to adapt them for carrying nn nrmamo t resents ptrongth. IIo lepresonte moro nnd to turn them over to tho government ho represents prlnclplo. No man as a on demand upon spoclllcd terms. line stood It was plain to every intelligent Americandldato for tho presidency States would have moro distinctly for principle thnn has can that if the Unitedpolicy must bo entered such lines, n similar lio. No man has boon moro fearless in upon. Fifty-firs- t congress enacted Tho avowal of conviction or moro steadfast such a lnw; and under Its beneficent influence, sixteen American in maintaining tho vlows ujwn public having nn aggregate tonnage steamships of 57, M questions which ho has promulgated. tons, and costing t7,40O,OOO havo Boston HeraW. Uullt. oc qniilractl to. bo uullt In money-changer'd Ix-c- American lines. Tho patriotic people, tho workmen In our shops, the capitalists seeking now enterprises, must decide whether tho great ships owned by Americans, which have sought American registry, shall again humbly ask a place In tho English naval reserve; the great ships now on tho designer's tables to go to foreign shipyards for construction, nnd the Un.ted states lose tho now brightening opportunity of recovering a place commensurate with Its wealth, the skill of Its constructors and the courage of - Its sailors, In the carrying trade of all t itAnother related measure, as furnishing an increased ocean trafllc for our ships, nnd of great and permanent benefit to tue farmers and manufacturers as well, U Tlio Itecliiroclty l'ollry declared by Section 3 of tho tariff net of 1890 and now in practical operation with five of tho nations of Central and South America, San Domingo, the Spanish and llritish West India islands, hnd with Germany and Austria, under special trade arrangements with each Tho removal of the duty on sugar and .the continuance of coffee and tea upon tho 'free, list, while giving fereat relief to our own people by cheapening articles uod increasingly In over' household, wns also of such enormous advantage to the countries exporting these articles as to suggest that In consideration thereof reciprocal factors should lie shown In their tarlfTs to articles exported by us to their markets. Great credit is due to Mr. Illalno for tho vigor with which he pressed this view upon tho country. We hnvo only tiegun to realize the benefit of these trade arrangements. The work of creating new agencies nnd of adapting our goods to now markets lias necessarily taken time, but tho results already attained nre such, I am sure as to establish In popular favor the policy of reciprocal trade, based upon the free Importation of such articles as do not Injuriously compete with tho products of our own farms, mines or factories, In exchange for the free or favored Introduction of our prod, ucts Into other countries. The obvious efficacy of this policy In increasing the foreign trade of tho United States at once nttracted the alarmed attention of Kuropean trade Journals and loards of trade. Tho llritish board of trade has presented to that government n memorial asking for tho nnjioiutment of a commission to consider tno liest means of counteracting what is called "The commercial crusude of tho United States." At a meeting hold in March last of the 'associated chambers of commerco of Great Britain the president reported that the exports from Great Hrltaln to the Ijitin American countries during the last year had decreased $23,700,000, and this was not duo to temporary causes, but directly to thrf reciprocity policy of the United Stntcs. Germany and France have also shown their startled appreciation of the fact thai new nnd vigorous contestant has apa peared in the battle of the markets, and lias already secured ImiMirtant advantages. The most convincing evidence of tho tremendous commercial strength of our position is found in the fact that Great Rrftnin and Spain have found It nee ss try to make reciprocal trade agrvnunts with us for their West India colonics, mid thnt Germany nnd Austria have given us Import ant concessions In exchange for tlio continued free importation of their licet sugar. A few details only as to the Increase of our trade can lie given here. Taking nil the coamtric" with which arrangements hnvo lieen inr.de. our trade to June 30, 1803, had Increased 21.78 per cent with Iirazii the Increase ' is nearly 11 per cent.; with Cuba, during ho first ten months, our exports Ineren 1 &.702, IKi. or 54.80, and with l'orto Rico. .!K)..W,), or 34 per cent. The lllienil partlr pitlou of our farmers in the benefits of Oil policy Is shown by the following report from our consul general at Havana, tinder date of July 2) last: "During the first half year of 18!)1 Havana bags of flour from Spain, received and other ports of tho Island about an equal amount, or approximately 280,112 I mgs. Diirhu, tho same period Havana received 13,07t hags of American flour, and other ports approximately nn equal nmouut, making about liS.OO) bags. Rut for the first half of this year Spain has sent less than 1,000 hags to tho whole Island, and the United States has sent to Havana alone 108,487 bags, and about an equal amount to other ports of the Island, making approximately 3J7,o00 for tho first half ot lb'.rj." Partly by ' ason of the reciprocal trado . more largely by reason of agreement, tho rembvnl of the sanitary restrictions upon American pork, our export of pork products to Germany Increased during tho ten mouths ending June 30 last, 2,025,074, or nlxmt 32 jkt cent. The Hrltts'' Trade Journal of Ixmdon, In a recent Issi.o, speaking of the Increase of American coal exports and of tho falling off ot tho English coal exorts of Cuba, 1 addition to Tn shipyards. this, it Is now practically certain tl"t wo shall soon have under the Amerlc .. flag one of the lined steamship lines sailing out of Tsew York for any European port. This contract will result In the cou yards of four new M ruction In American passenger steamships of 10,000 tons each, rostluc about t8.0ou.000, and will add to lx stean nhlp9 the ur navnl reserv fastest upon the sea. A special Interest hns lioen taken by me In the establishment of linos from our South Atlantic nnd gulf ports, nnd, though my expectations havo tiotyet been realized, attention has lcen culled to thu advantage! possessed by these retwrts. and, when their jieoplo nre more fully nllvo to their Interests, I do not doubt thnt they will lio able to secure the capital needed to cnnblu them to profit by their great natural advantages. Tho Democratic party has found no place In its platform for any reference to this subject, and has shown Its hostility to the general policy by refusing to expend nn appropriation, made during the bust administration, for ocean mall contracts with American Invested III our great Indusl ile The majority report of the committee ou pintionu to me uemocrnuc imi.ionai convention at Chicago contained this clause: "That, when custom house taxation Is levied upon nrtlcles of nny kind produced in this country, tho dlffeience between tho cost of labor here and abioad, wluu such n difference ex.sts, fully measures any possible benefits to labor and the enormous additional Impositions of the existing tariff fall with crushing forco ujion our urinei nnd worklngmcn." Hero we have n distinct ndmlsslon of the Republican contention that American workmen are ndvantaged by n tarlfT rato equal w tno uiuerenco ixiwecn noino nnu foreign wages, and n declaration only against the alleged "additional Impositions" of the existing tnrlfl law. Again, this majority repoit further declared: "Hut In mnklngn reduction in taxes, It is not proposed to Injure any domestic Industries, hut rather to promote their healthy ' Moreover, many Indusgrowth.' tries have come to rely upon legislation for successful continuance, so that any change of law must bo nt every step regardful of the labor and the capital thus Involved." Hero we have an ndmlsslon that many of our industries dejieiid uimjii protective duties "for th ir successful continuance,'' and a declaration thnt tariff changes should be regardful of tho workmen In such Industries and of the Invested capital. Tho overwhelming rejection of thco propositions, which hail beforo received tho sanction of Democratic national conven- lions, was not more Indicative of the new nnd more courageous leadership to which tho nartv has now committed Itself, than tho substitute which Was adopted. This substitute declares thi.t protective duties are unconstitutional high protection, lo protection nil unconstitutional. A Democratic congress holding this view can not enact, nor n Democratic president nnprore, any tarlfT schodule tho purposoor effect of which Is to limit Importations or to give nny advantage to nn American workmnn or producer. A bounty might, I judge, lie given to the Importer, under this view of the constitution, in order to Increase importations nnd get the revenue for "revenuoonly" on tho limitation. Reciprocity, of course, falls under this definition, for Itsobject nnd effect nre not revenue but tho promotion of commercial exchanges, the profits of which go wholly to our producers. doctrine This destructive, wns not held or taught by tho historic whoso fame ,:a Democratic statesmen, American patriots has reached this generation certainly not by Jefferson or Jackson. This mad crusade against Amcrlcnn shops, the bitter epithets applied to American manufacturers, tho persistent disbelief of every rejxirt of tho opening of n tin plate null, or of nn Increase of our foreign trade by reciprocity, arc as surprising ns they are disci editable. There is not a thoughtful business man In the country who does not know that the enactment Into lnw of tho declaration ot tho Chicago convention upon tho subject of tho tariff would at once plunge the country Into a business convulsion such ns It has nover feen, there Is not a thoughtful worklugmnn who does not know thnt '.I would at onco enormously reduce the amount of work to he done In this country, by tho lncrei.se of Importations that would follow, anil necessitate it reduction of his wages to tho Kuropean staudaid. If any one suggests that this radical policy will not beexecu. if the Democratic party at talus power, what shall be thought of a party that is capable of thus ttifiiug with our great interests t The threat of such legislation would onl be less hut tin', than the fait. A distinguished Democrat il.Mlly dcserllied this movement ns i challenge to the piotected 1 Weroo aletlntliy tTifflifbilUCt ot BTnrvaiuu wages. lint, without unduly extending this letter, lean not follow in dctnit tho influences of the tariff law uf 181)0. It has transplanted sevcrnl important Industries nnd established thorn here, nnd has revived or enlarged all others. Tho act gives to tho g miner protection ngalnst foreign lead ore, tho free Introduction of great mintho which threatened ing industries of the Rocky mountain states, and to tho wool growers protection for their fleeces ond flocks, which lias saved them from a further and disastrous decline. Tho house of rrprescntativcsf nt Its last resslon, passed bills placing theso ores and sllvcr-licnrln- i ' I . Wool Upon tlio 1'rco List. The peoplo of tho west well know how destructive to their prosperity these measures would lie. This tariff law has given employment to mnny thousands of Americnu men nnd women, nnd will each year give employment to Increnslng thousands. Its repeal would throw thousands out of employment and give work to others only at reduced wages. Tho apicals of tho free trader to tho workingmnn are likely addressed to his prejudices or to his passions, nnd not infrequently are pronounced communistic. The new Democratic leadership rages nt tho employer, and seeks to communlcato his rage to the employe. I greatly regret that all employers of lnbor nro not just and considerate, and thnt capital sometime takes too largo a share of tho profits. Rut I do not see that these evils will Is? ameliorated by a tariff policy, the first necessary effect of which Is n severe wage cut, and the second a large diminution of tho aggregate amount of work to bo dono In GrOOID HOES "VEST Fall and Winter Stock Now Arriving. We will open this week industries to a light Ol extermination, and another such lightly expressed the logic of the situation when he Intel prcted the Chicago platform to lie nn, invitation to all Democrats h'jldim; even the most moderns protection views to go ln.o thu Republican imrty. Tim Turin iMvr. And now, n few words In regnrd to the existing tariff law. We are fortunntely ablo to judge uf Its Influence upon produc tion nnu prices ny tue mnrKct reports, une day of the piophet of calamity has been succeeded b. that of tho trade reporter. An examination Into the effect of the law uimiii the prices of protection products and of tho cost of such nrtlcles ns enter Into the living of people of small menus, has been made by u senate committee, composed of lending senators of Ixitli parties, with the aid of tho best statisticians, and tho report, signed by nil the members of the committee, has been given, to the public. No such u lde and careful Inquiry has ever liefore been made. These facts appear from tho report: First The cost of nrtlcles entering into tho uso of those earning less than fcl.OOOpor annum, has decreased lip to May, 18112, 3.4 products there has cent., while In Eor nn increase in farm owing in part to prices, an increased foreign demand and thu openr Ing of new innrKcts. In Kuglnnd during the same period the cost of living has increased 1.0 per cent Tested by their power to purchase articles of necessity the earnings of our working people hnvo never been us great as they are now. Second There hns been nn average ad vance In the rate of wages ol .73 ol 1 per cent. Third There has lieen an advance In the price of all farm products ot 18.07 per cent, nnd all cereals 33.6'J per cent. The ninth annual reiort of tho chief of the bureau of labor statistics of tho state ot Now York, a Democratic officer, very recently issued, strongly corroborates as to that state the facts found by tho senatj committee. His extended Inquiry shows thnt in the year Immediately following tho pnssago of the tariff act of 18'J0 tho aggregate sum paid In wages in that state was ,377,l)25 in oxcess and tho aggregate (31,319,130 excess of the preceding year. vIn view of this showing of nn Incrcnso In wages, of n reduction of tho cost of articles of common necessity nnd of n marked advance' in tho prices of agricultural products, is so blain that this tariff law has not imposed burdens, but has conferred benefits upon the farmer and tho workhigman. Somo special effect of the net could bo noticed. It was a courageous attempt to rid our people of a long maintained foreign monopoly iu tho production of tin plate, pearl buttons, silk plush, linens, lace, etc. Once or twice In our history Tho l'roiliictliiii of Tin Hate hnd been attempted, but the Welsh makers would nut euatilu our makers to produco It at a prollt. Rut the Welsh makers at once cut prices to n jsiint that drove the A..ierlcan beginners out of tho business; and when this was accomplished, again made tLcir own prices. of The Industrial A correspondent World, the oMlcial organ of tho Welsh till plnte workers, published nt Swansea, In tho Issue of June 10, lK'.tt, advises a new trial of these methods. He snys: "Do not lie deceived. Tho victory of tho Republicans at tho polls means tho retention of tho McKlnley hill, and means tho rapidly accruing loss of tjje 80 per cent, ui tho export of American trade Had there been no Democratic victory In 1800, the spread of the tin plate lnnnuTncture In the United States would havo been both rapid nnd bona lido. It is not yet too late to do something to reduce the iirlco ot down to eleven sfillllngs plates. Put them box of ono hundred, 14x20, full weight Iier lAit tho workmen take half pay for a few months nnd turn out more, then lot tho musters forego profits for the same pio-ductl- says- - "It is another ease of Amcrlcnn competition. Tho United States now supplies Cuba with about l.W.000 tons of coal annually, and there Is every prosjicct of this trado Increasing ns the forests of tho island become exhausted r 1 the uso of steam mnchlnery on the sugar estates Is dovelopcd. coal, especially, Is securing n reputation In the Spanish West Indies, nnd the river and rail Improvements of tho southern states will undoubtedly cronte an lm portaut gulf trade. Tho new reciprocity jiollcy by which the United Sta'vs are enabled to import Cuban sugar will, ol course, assist tho American coal extorters even more etTcctivcly than tho now lines ol railway." Ala-bun- a The Democratic platform promises a repeal of Tho Turin" Ijiw containing this provision, nnd especially denounces as a sham thnt section of tho law under which these trado arrangements hnvo been made. If no other Issue were Involved In the campaign, this alone would give it importance. Are tho fanners of tho great states willing to surrender these now large and increasing markets for their rows U? hnvo nothing in exsurplus I change for the freo importation of sugar and coffee, nnd at the same time to destroy tho sugar planters of tho south und the licet sugar industry of tho northwest nnd of the Pacific coast, or are we to havo tho taxed sugar and colfeo, which a "tarlfT for revenue only" necessarily Involves, with the added loss of the new markets which have lieen opened t As I havo shown, our commercial rivals In Kuropo do not regard this reciprocity policy as a "sham," hut as a serious threat tim." And again, thnt paper says: "It Is clearto a trado supremacy thoy have long enjoyed. They would rejoice nnd, If pru- ly tho Interest of both employer nnd workdence did not restrain, would Illuminate men to produce tin plates, tariff or no their depressed manufacturing cities o r tariff, at a price that will drive all competitors from tho field." the news thnt the United States had abt Hut, in spite ot the doubts raised by tho Its system of protection and re They see very clearly that restric- electlouBof 1U00 nnd of tho machinations of foreign producers to maintain their, montion of American products and trado, and esa corresponding increase of Kuropcnn pro- opoly, the tin plate Industry has been alduction and trade, would follow, and I tablished Iu the United States, nnd tho will not believe that what Is so plain o liance between the Welsh producers and tho Democratic party foritsdcstructlon willnot tbem can lie hidden from our own jieople, Tho declaration of tho platform In Biiccced. The'clUsInl returns to the treas ury department of the production of tin favor of "the American doctrlno of protection" meets my most henrty approval. and tcnio plates, In the United States, durconvention did not adopt a schedule, ing tho last fiscal year, show a total proThe but a principle, thnt Is to control all tan.c duction of 13,240,830 pounds, and, 'a comschedules. There may bo difference uf parison of tho first quarter 820,022 tho last, 8,000.000 with opinion among protectionists ns to tho raw pounds, shows rapid developtho upon particular articles necensnry to effect pounds Over 6,000,000 an equalization between wages abroad and ment of tho industry. pounds during qunrtcr were mado nt home. In some not remote nntlonnl from American tlio last plates and the reblack campaigns the lssuo has been or more corforeign plates. rectly, has been mndo to appear to bo bo-- I mainder fromthe treasury agent In charge, Mr, Ayer, twoen a high and a low protective tarIff,both estimates as tho result of careful Inquiry parties expressing some solicitous regard tho production of current year for tho wages or our working people, ami that bo 1W,000,000 pounds, the tliat by tho will and fur the prosperity of our domestic Indusend of the year our production will bo at tries. Rut under a moro courageous leadthe rote of 200,000,000 pounds per annum. ership tho Democratic party hn now has lieon practicAnother Industry declared that If given power It will ally created by thethat McKlnley bill Is tho enact a tariff law without any regard to making of pearl Imttono. U effect upon wsges or upon tho capital l'W Articles coming to. us from abroad grnln-grow-In- g -prac-tically If tho Injustice of his employer tempts tho workmnn to strike back, he should be very sure thnt his blow does not fall upon his own hend or upon his wifo nnd children. The workmen In our great Indurstrles nre, as a body, remarkably Intelligent, nnd are lovers of uotnc nnd country. They may lie roused by Injustice, or what seems to them to lie such, or be led for tho moment by others Into acts of passion, but they will settle tho tariff, contest in the calm light of firesides, and with their November solo reference to the prosperity of the country of which they are citizens, and of tho homes they have founded for their wives and children. No intelligent advocoto of protective tariff claims thnt it is able of itself to maintain a uniform rato of wages without regard to fluctuations In the supply of nnd demand for tho products of laborbut It is confidently claimed that pro tectlvo duties strongly tend to hold up wages, and nro the only barrier against a reduction to the Kuropean scale. Tho southern states havo had a liberal partlclatlon in. tho benefits of tho tariff law, nnil, though their representative" havo genemlly opposed tho protection policy, I rejoice that their sugar, rice, coa' ores. Iron, fruits, cotton cloths anil other products have not lieen left to tho fate which tho views of their representatives would hnvo brought upon them. In the construction of Tlio Nicaragua Canal, In tho new trndo with South nn.d Central America, In thocstnbltshment of American steamship Unas, these stntes havo also special Interest, nnd all these interests will not nlwnys consent to be without nt Wnshlngton. Shrewdly, but not quite fairly, our adversaries speak only of the Increased duties Imposed upon tin, pearl buttons nnd other articles by the McKlnley bill, nnd omit nl together nny refcreijco to tho grent and beneficial enlargement of tho freo list During tho last P cal year 158,000,772 worth ot merchandise, or 55.35 per cent of our total Importations, came In freo (the largest per ccntage In our history), while In 1889 the per ceut. of free Importations was only 31.43 -r her cent Tho placing of sugiir upon the freo list hns saved to the consumerln duties In fifteen months, after paying the Inanities Wf.OOO.OOO. This relief hns trovlded for. felt In every household upon every Saturday's purchaso of tho worklngmen. GREAT One of the favorite nrguments ngalnst a protective tariff is that It shuts us nut from a participation Iu what Is called with swelling emphasis the "markets of the world." If this view is not a false one. how does It happen that our commercial IK? competitors nre not able to bear with moro serenity our supposed surrender to' them of tho "markets ot the world t" And how does Wo muBt unload 'our Mammoth It happen t hat the partial loss of our market closes foreign tin plate mills nnd plush Stock of Fall Goods. factories that still have all other markets f Our natural, advantages, our protective Wo havo tho largest and most tariff and the reciprocity pqlicy, mako It possible for us to have a largo participacomplete line of tion in tho "markets of the world" without opening our own to n competition that would destroy the comfort nnd Independence of our people. The resolution of the convention lii'fnvor of bi!uetalllin declares, I think, tho truo and necessary conditions ot a movement that has, upon these linos, my cordial nnd support I am thoroughly convinced thi.t tho freo coinage of sliver, Ever brought to this country. Our such a ratio to gold as will maintain tho at stock of Dry Goods, Hardware equality in their commercial uses of tho two coined dollars, would conduce to the Hats, Caps and prosperity of till the great prodiuJrg and commercial nations of tho world. Tl'he one essential condition is thnt theso dollars shall have and" retain an equal acceptability and value Iu nil commercial transactions. Thoy are not only a medium of exchange but a measure ot values: and, when two unequal measures are called in law by thb same namo commerce is unsettled and confused nnd tho unwary and Ignorant nre Are surprisingly cheap. Como earcheated. Dollars of unequal commercial value ly and pecuro tho best bargains. will not circulate together. Tho better dollar Is withdrawn nnd becomes merchanWc also havo a nico lino of School dise. This true intercstof nil our people, nnd peoespecially of the farmers nnd working Books and Drugs. Call and peo plo, who can not closely observe tho money us. market, Is that every dollar, paper orcoln Issued or authorized by the government In all Its uses lie the shall at all times and exact equivalent, not only In debt pnylhg, but In purcha.' Ing power ofany otherdollar. I am quite suro that If we should now act upon this suoject Independently of other nations, we would greatly promoto their GLENDEEmA, Interests and Injure our own. The monetary conditions In Kuropo within the last twt. vears have. I think, tended UANlkl. niiOOK.-- i very much to develop a sentiment In fnvor j.o. bouknk, J. M. IlARl'Elt, of a larger use of silver, and I was much by tho cordiality, pleased and encuriiged promptness am.' unanimity with which tho & CO , luvltatloi. of this government for an conference upon the subject wan accented by all tho powers. Wo may not ouly liopo tor, but expect, highly beneficial results from this conference, which will now soon assemble. When tho result of the conference Is kuown wo shall then be nhlo, Intelligently, to readjust our finanCATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. cial legislation to nny new conditions. In my last annual message to congress I said: "I must yet entertain tho hopo thnt It is possible to sccuro a calm, patriotic BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. consideration of Bitch constitutional or statutory changes as may bo necessary to secure tho choice of tho officers of tho govHOSE ItEIDEf. KUIDKL. ernment to tho peoplo by fnlr apportion- OIIAS. II. ments nnd free elections. I believe It will bo posslblo to constitute n commission, . in its membership and composed of patriotic, wlso and Impartial men, to whom a consideration of tho questions of tho evils connected with Our i:iccti(in Systems. And raothods might be committed with a good prospect of securing unanimity in some plan for removing or mitigating those evils. Tho constitution would permit tho selection of tho commission, to bo vested In the supreme court. If that method would give the gunranteo of Impartiality. This commission should be charged with tho duty of Inquiring liuo tho wholo subject of the law of elections ns related to the choice of officers of the national govDKALERS IN ernment, with a view to securing to every elector n freo and unmolested excrclso of the suffrage, and as near an npproach to an equality of valuo in each ballot cast as Is attainable. Tho demand that tho limitations of BUffrngo shall lie found In tho law. nnu only there, is a just demand, aud no just man should resent or resist it" (Continued on sixth Page.) this country. Fall k II liter DrejS Goods NEW STYLES. repro-scutntlo- n NEW SHADES. H f V T s -:- " W. C. MOORMAN, ky. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS Commission Salesmen of Live Stock 3 n gHsyygssigrjCtrScirg SS " CITY BAKERY! Ohas. H. Reidel & Co., Pitopn'g. x i For many years Mr. B. F. Thompson, of Dqs Moines, Iowa, was Bovoroly afflicted with chronic diarrhoea, IIo nays "At times it wns very sovoroj bo much bo that I feared it would end my lifo. About Boven years ngo I chanced to. procure it bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, It cavo mo pompt relief, nnd I boliovo cured mo permanently, ns I now cut or drink without harm anything I plenso. llmvo also used it in my family witli tlio best results". For Bale by A. It. Fisher, druggist. CONFECTIONERIES, CAKES, CANDIES, FRESH FRUITS, CIGARS & TOBACCO. Fresh Bread Always Kept on Hands. Ordors Solicited. i al MfciWUUUtflM - " " IT ' --- -" .- - ...... AUiMMUUMn nrrm nuiMnriTiii nnd Royalty for aide nnd Instructive work elonoby them. Institute adjourned u die. Emma B. May. Committki: Ar,t.n.v R. KiNcmnvpfi, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 J, 1892 (Continued form Second Page.) to mo ttuit an appeal to out people to consider tlio question of our legislation upou absolutely lines might find somo effect-Ivn response. Many times I linvo hod to wty that laws und election methods, designed to glvo fair advantages totha party making them, would sometime bo used to perpetuate in power a faction of a party against tho will of tho majority of the people. Of this wo poem to have on illustration in tho recent stato election In Alabama. There was no Itepubllcan ticket In the field. Tho contest was between white Democrats. Tho Koln party say they were refused tho representation guaranteed by law upon tho olcctlon boards, and that, when tho courts by mandamus attempted to right this wromt. on appeal that could not bo beard until ufu?r tho election made tho writ ineffecHcomcd g n o occa-filoone-hal- f, It Long Winded. ly in oplulons, havo come to see that parties and political debate are but a mock-cr- y if, when the debate is ended, the Judg ment of honest majorities Is to Ira reversed s by ballot-bomanipfrauds and ulation In tho interest of the party or puity faction In power. Theso new political movements In tho states mid tho recent decisions of somo of tho state courts against unfair apportionment laws, encouraglug the hope that tin nrbltrary and partisan election laws and practices which have prevailed may lie corrected by the states, the law made equal and tho elections free and and honest. Thu Itepubllcan party would rejoice at such a solution asa hcalt'iy and patriotic local sentiment Is tho best assurance of free und honest elections. 1 shall again nrgc upon congress that provision bo made for tho appointment of a nonpartisan commission to consider too subject of apportionments mul elections in their relation to thu choice of federal x tally-sheet- tual. Ballot lioxes were thrown out for alleged irregularities Or destroj ed, and it is asserted on behalf of nt least, of tho white, voters of Alabama that the officers to whom certificates have been given vero not honestly elected. There Is no security for tho personnl political rights. The power of (ho e'atcs over tho qmvtlon of tut ample to protect aunllflcatlon of electors Is of an Ignorant the dangers or depraved suffrage and tho demand that ovcry man found to bo qualified under tho law shall bo ruado secure In tho right to cast a free ballot and to havo that ballot honestly counted enn not bo abated. Our old Itepubllcan battlecry, "a frco ballot and.foir count," comes batik to us not only from Alabama, but from other btntes, and from men who, differing with us wide- officers. Tho Civil Service Byntcm has been extended and tho law enforced vigor and impartiality. There has with been no partisan Juggling with the law in any of thu departments or bureaus, as had before tmppen.xl, but appointments to tlie classified service have been made Impartially front th't eligible lists. The system bow In force In all tho departments has, for tho first time, placed promotions strictly upon the basis of merit, as ascertained by a dally record, and the elllcleucy of tho forco thereby ureatly Increased. Tbo approval convention to all those ogcncles which contribute to the education of tho children of tho land was worthily tcstowed and meets my approval, as docs also tho declaration as to liberty of thought and conscience, and the separation of church and state. The safety of the republic is un Intelligent citizenship, and the Increased Interest manifested in the statc3 In education, tho cheerfulness with which tho necessary taxes arc paid by all classes, and tho renewed Interest manifested by tho children In tho national flag aru hopeful indications that tho coming generation will direct public Hflalra with increased prudence and patriotism. Our interest in free nubile schools open to all children of suitable age is supremo, mid our caro for them will bo zealous and constant. ' Tho considerate attention of the farmers of the whole country-I- s invited to tho work done through tho state of agricultural departments in tho Interest of agriculture. Our pork products had for tun years been not only excluded by tho great continental nations of Kuropc, but their value discredited by tho reasons given for this exclusion. All previous efforts to secure the removal of these restrictions had failed, but the wlso legislation of tho Fifty-fircongress, providing for tho Inspection and of our meats, and official certification giving to the president power to forbid the introduction into this country of selected products pf such coantrles as should continue to jcfi'V) our inspected meats, enabled us to opon all tho markets of Kurope to our products. Tho result has been not only to sustain prices, by providing new markets for our surplus, out to addflfty cents per hundred pounds to the market value of the inspected meat. Under the reciprocity agreements special favors bnvp,been secured for agricultural products, and our exports of such products have been greatly increased, with a sure prospect of farther and rapid Tiio agricultural department has obtained an agent In Europe, whoso special duty it Is to Introduce there the various preparations of corn as articles of food, ami his work has been very successful. Tho department has also sent skilled veterinarians to Liverpool to examine, in connection with tho Uiitl-- h veterinarians, tho live cattle from tho United States landed nt that port, and tho result In connection with the sanitary methods adopted atlipme, has lieen that wo hear no more aboTat tho cattle- being Infected with pleurosystem of The Judicious pneumonia. llnca has prevented tho lnfec-o- n of northern cattlo with the Texas fever. Tho tariff bill of 1690 gives better Protection to l'urcn Product subject to foreign competition than thoy had over before, and tho homo markets for such been enlarged by the riroducta have industries and the develof new opment of others. We may.confldently submit to the)lntelll-gen- t and candid Judgment of the American farmer whether In any corresponding period so much has been done to promote Lis interests, and whether In a continuance and extension of these methods there is not a better prospect of food to him than In tho Invitation of the Democratic party to'glve our home market to foreign manufacturers and abandon the reciprocity poller, "nd better, also, than the radical and untried methods of relief proposed by other parties which aro sollcf.lng his sup- st been nmtmtantly JUstllied. Jn our relations with tho grout Kuropnin potters, the lights of the United ritutesuild of our citizens havo been insisted upon with firmness. Tho strength of our cause, and not tho strength of our adversary, bos given touo to our correspondonco. Tho bumoan question nnd tho ltehrlng sen question, which came over from tho preceding administration, havo been, tho ono settled and tho other submitted to arbitration upon a fair busts. Never before, I think, in u like period, have so many important treaties and commercial ugrvciucuis beei concluded, and novcr before, 1 urn sure, havo tho honor nnd influence, national and commercial, of tho United Matei. been held in higher estimation in both hemispheres. Tho Union Soldier und Hallont Aro now vcterons of time as well as of war. Tho parallels of age havenpproachmi cIofo to tho citadels of II fo and tiiu end, for each, of a brave mid honorable strugglo U not remote. Increasing luilrmlty and years glvo tho inluor tones of sodncra and pathos to the mighty appeal of scrvlco and suffering. Tho car that does not listen with sympathy, and the heart that does not respond with generosity, nro tlie car and heart of an alien and not of tin AmerNow soon twain tho surviving ican. veterans aro to porndo upon tho great avenue of tho national carntnb, and every tribute of honor and lovo snould attend thu march. A comrade in the column of the lctors' parade in 18U3, 1 am not lens a comrade now. L have used every suitable occasion to urge upon the people of nil sections tho consideration that no good cause can tw upon tho lines of lawlessness, Rromoted not discriminate, nnd tbo punishments Inflicted by them have no repressive or salutary influence!. On tho contrary, they beget revenges and perpetuate feuilic It is especially the duty of the educated and Influential to see that tlie weak and Ignorant when accused of crime nro fairly tried before lawful tribunals. The moral scntlmeutof tbo country should bo aroused and brought to bear for the suppression of theso offenses against thu law nnd social order. Tho necessity for o careful discrimination among the emigrants seeking our shores becomes overy day more apparent. Wo do not want and should not recelvo those who Uy"rvason of bad character or habits are not wanted at home. Tho industrious nnd self respecting, the lovers of law and liberty should be discriminated from tlie pauper, the criminal and tho anarchist, who coma only to burden nnd Dvery effort disturb our communities. has been made to enforce tho laws ami com Ictlons have been secured under somo the contract labor law. Tho general condition of our country'ls ono of great prosperity. Tho blessing of God has rested upon our fields and upon our people Tho annual value of our l'orelgii Commerco baa increased more than $100,000,000 over the average for tho preceding ten years, and more than fcJIO.UOO.ou) over 18!W, the last year unoJTected by tho new tariff. Our exports in 1803 exceeded those of 1KX) by more than $172,000,000, and tho annual average for ton years by 203,000,000. Our exports of breaustulls increased over those of lb'JO more thai tU 1,000,000; of provisions, over W,000,o0o, nnd of manufactures over $3,000,000. Pedagogues Parley. Minutes of the Breckenridge County Teachers' Institute. A LAEGE ENROLLMENT, AND IN- Negative. Mr. Coke argued in favor of tlio Institutes. Instead of out of ono hundred abolishing Institutes, ho would imvo nluety-niii- o teachers abolished. Negative. Mr. Granvillo Wilson Is as much in favor of Institutes this year as lie was opiioseel to them last year. Who would not bo In favor of attending an Institute instead of threshing wheat? Neg. Mr. Royalty wop in favor of a live wcok's Institute instead of a flvo day's Institute Mr. Setli S. Nyo simply said ho was glad wo had had ono conversion, and sorry wo had had one to back-slidProgram for next day was read. Adjourned till 8:30 n. in., Thursday. e. Hrrnt-TAiii- !"! ) J. II. BLYTJIE, I' Cooi-EK- , TEACHERS ENROLLMENT. F. Jr. C. Jolly, Hnrdtnsbitrg, Ky. R, P. Slincklett, " Emmn May, " Daisy Mercer, Mnggio Wilson, " Eva G. Ileston, " Eflio Klnelieloe, THURSDAY MORNING. Queries Geography: Mr. Silas L. Pate gavo some good reasons why it should bo tnught. Mr. G. S. Wilson gave us some good methods for teaching Primary Geography which ho docs not use. F. M. C. Jolly gave n practical talk on how ho teaches primary Geography. Richard Adklsson gavo a good talk on, "How to use tlio text." Tho question was F. M. C. Jolly gave a good talk on further discussed by R. II. Caruthera and It. P. Slmeklott, wlioadvised the uso of perforated maps which nro very cheap. Mies Kotio Board read n carefully prepared paocr on "Essentials in Geography. Miss Juantha McCluro gavo a vivid picture of a model recitation. Gilbert Pilo, In nn nblo manner, opened tlio subject: "Should books bo closed during rocitntiou ?" Ho wns followed by Prof. Carothers, whoso (nlk was good and as usual practical. map-drawin- TENSE INTEREST MANIFESTED THROUGHOUT THE SESSION. Prof. R. H. Carothers, An Eminent ucator of Large Experience is Ed- G. G.Jollv, J. II. Blytlie, Ed. Hook. Allen R. Kincheloc, Beccn Wilson, C. A. Adkisson, " R. W. Ihirch, Coomcs, Mnggio Smith, W. S. Ball. Ireno C. Board, S. A. Pate, F. I. Jnrboo, Julia Richard Adkisson, Andrew Driskell, Lizzio O. Smith, V " " " " " " " Rufus D. St. Clair, Webster, Ky. rV Frank Wilson, Falls of Rough, Ky. ( west Viow, K.y. Milton uoko, " Sidney Hall, " Chintz Roynlty, " Cova Mathews, Esso Mathows, West View, Ky. " Will A. Skillman, " Maudo Pullen, '.' Annio Milner, Kato Pullen, it .31 Clarence O. Harncd, TI Lola Jolly, McQundy, Ky Juantha McCluro, " Frank Lyons, Mattinglyj Ky, Sallio Perkins, Mattio Oliver, Constantino, Ky, Clifton Howard, McDanlels, Ky. Jphw Pnvno. Lodibur?. Kv. Millard Harrington, Custer, Ky " Essio L. Board, " Sidney Brack, " Ada Board. Slooleyvillo, Ky. " Blanche Bashum, " Owen Cunningham, Annio Raitt, Clovcrport, Ky. " Gus Brown, Bettio Tavlor. Rosetta. Ky. Clios. II. Moorman, Big Spring, Ky L. B. McCubbins, Stephcnsport, Ky. ,r Emma English, Seth S. Nye, Corydon, Iml. Con O'Bryan, Rhodclin, Ky. Lillio F. Cooper, Ruth, Ky. Arthur Mattfngly, Sample, Ky. RECESS. History: Mr. Brown very forcibly pictured totis tlio importance of tlie study of History. Ho claimed that History ranks first in importance among all studies. R. C. Slincklett gavo a useful talk on, "How to assign lessons," and "How thoy should be prepared." Mr. Coko followed with remarks on tho saino subject. Mr. Ellis gavo a thoughtful talk on gen" ric and specific topics. Miss Bettlo Taylor in a pleasant mannor told how to group facts about great names. Mr. Con. O'Bryan mentioned some essentials in History, which should bo tnught. Mr. Royalty discussed Primary History. Prof. Cnrothem gavo many good talks during tlio Institute, but his talk on History was tho best Ho spoke of tho importance of History as astudy; tho Text-Boo- k used and how thoy should bo used; tho recitation, tho importance of dates, there being less than clovon which need bo remembered ; relation of Geography to History; tlio importance of historical maps, illustrations and pictures, individuals and essentials. Adjourned to meet at 1:30 p. in. Instructor. A SUOOESSPUL MEETING. Ola M. Adkisson, " G. S. Wilson, " Mnggio Goodman, Garfield, Ky. Lola M. Norton, Mattio Ileston, J. Rosa Board, " Jacio Brown, Katio Board, LydiaMocy, J'.uima i5cii, Ellio Tucker, " " " . MONDAY MORNING. Institute called to order by Suit. Jar. W. Milled. Election of Seretnry. The following committeo on Resolutions were appointed: John Itlylho, Allen Kinchulou and ICinma II. May. present. Enrollment of teachers thirty-twOn motion it was resolved that wo have a Query Box, to bo ejiscussed in both morning and evening. Superintendent Miller now mndo Btntomoments of interest to teachers, concerning per capittt, etc. Tlie subject as lo Third Class teachers being allowed to procure First-Clas- s schools, or schools of Ave months, was discussed. The motion tlint each teacher givo in writing his opinion r?gnrdiiig tho employment of teachers according to their certificates, and report to tho Conimitteo on resolutions was lost. Moved and adopted, that tho Institute be divided into three, sections in order to better accomplish tho Institute work by tho model method. Professor Shacklctt gave interesting remarks upon tho organization of Public School work, advising Btrongly tlie grading oi encli school f once. Adjourned to meet nt 1 p. in. o Burns, Ky. Carrie Meyer, Gilbert file, " Jns. II. Pile, " Clint Tucker, " " S. T. Do Jernett, John O. Tucker, " Ellis M. Roberts, Harned, Ky. Wesley Tucker, Jncova Anderson, Jones' Station, Ky .Geo. Gray, " I. B. Payne, Vnnnnh Overton, Shrove, Ky. " " Hayden Durham, Etta Dalton, Lonso Chancellor, Rnthbone, Ky. PLEA FOR MOTHERS. A THURSDAY AFTERNOON. Tho Subject of Civics was opened by Mr. Chancellor who told why this branch was introduced into tho common school course. Prof. Carothers and R. P. Shacklett instructed tho Instltuto on tho best methods of giving oral instructions. Mr. Hnrncd told how lessons should bo assigned nnd how recited. Profs. Shacklett, Brown and Dr. Mowly discussed our form of government ably. Prof. Carotliors spoko very forcibly of the importance of civics in his own schools. Dr. Mosoley delivered a lecture on, Order and Design of Nature. He Bpoke of Order in Nature witli respect to numbers, time, color and form. Designs in Naturo was treated in n beautiful mannor. Tlio address asa whole was elgeant, logical, forcible, impressive. No ono could listen to it without growing thoughtful nnd better. To miss it was to loso a source of bountiful grow th. A series of such lectures are an education in themselves, and happy nro they who havo tlio privilego of attending thorn. Adjournment. An Amendment OlTorrd to tlio Atlvloo of a Woman Lecturer. A fow evenings ago a Boston woman iournnllst, who writes tlio essays about bookmarks, gluten bread, dress reform corsets nnd tlio liko for tlio woman's column of n Sunday paper, read a to a parlor full of Harlem women. Her subject was "How to Bring Op loo-tu- ro School. so heartily given by tho licly expressed my views. A change in tho perumel of a national administration is of comparatively 11 ttio moment. If thoso exercising publics functions are able, honest, diligent and faithful, others possessing all theso qualities may bo found to talio their places. Hut changes in thu laws nnd administrative policies aro of great moment. When public affairs have been given a direction, and business bos adjusted itself to theso lines, any sudden change involves a stoppage and new business adjustments. If tho change of direction Is so radical, as to bring tho commercial turntable Into use, the business chnnges Involved are not The readjustments but reconstructions. Democratic party offers a program of demolition. Tho protective policy to which all business, even that of the Importer, is now ndj listed tho reciprocity policy, tho now merchant marine, all are to bo demolished not gradually taken down, but blown up. To this program of destruction it bus added one constructive feature, the re establishment of state banks of Issue. The )ot!cy of tho Republican party Is on tho other band distinctively a policy of safe progression nnd development of now factories, new mnrkets and new ships. It will subject business to no perilous chnnges, but offers attractive opportunities for expansion upon familiar lines. Very resjHiet-full- y Hksjamin Hakuison. yours, The merchandise balance of trndo In pur No oilier favor in lbW was 3,U44,84 nation can match thu commercial progress which those figures disclose Our compassion may well go out to those whose party necessities und habits still compel them to declare that our people are oppressed and our triulo restricted by a protective tariff. It Is not possible for mo to refer even in tljo briefest way to muuy of tho topics presented in the resolutions adopted by tho convention. Upou all that have not been discussed I have before pub- MONDAY AFTERNOON. Query Box soon emptied satisfactorily. Then tho arrival of tho Instructor, Prof. Carotliurs, of the Educational Cvurant, wns hailed He enmo before witli much pleasuro by tho touchers and Superintendent. hb witli so much earnestness as to put into each teacher present a now zeal for the teachers' work. Reading was discussed by Prof. II. P. Slincklett, II. C. Trumnn, Milton Coke, dibits Roynlty, Granvillo Wilson, followed by extended nnd interesting talks by Profs. Carothers nnd Brown. After a call for miscellaneous work, tho Institute adjourned until 9 a. ui., Tuesday. tu V FRIDAY MORNING. Queries. In answer to a query, Dr. Moscloy gavo a clear and correct explanation, witli an outline of the contraction of a muscle, and Mr. Shack. Mutt and Prof. Carothers gavo tho tibo and abuse of keys in school. Physiology: Mr. G. S. Wilson was tho first to speak on tlio subjvet. Ho does not think Physiology should bo taught in tlio schools becnuso the laws of health aro not observed after they havo been taught. Mr. Coko said to "know thyself " is what overy educated person wants, and Physiology should bo taught, tlint we might know ourselves. Mr. Do Jcrnett gave n good talk on nn oral courso in this branch. Prof. Shacklett gavo tlio objectof teaching it. Ho was followed by Prof. Carothers wliowj address was clear, instructive, illustrative, kind. Ho described chartswhieh might be made nt a cost of ten cents, nnd n little work that would bo very hclplul. Bro. Campbell kindly gave us a talk on the benefit of n knowledge of Physiology which was listened to with interest and appreciation. Mr. J. W. Miller mndo his first speech on this subject, and it was very laughable. TUESDAY MORNING. Spelling introduced nnd discussed by Profs. Carolliers, Shacklett, Blown, Milton Coke, C. Royalty, Lizzlo C. Smith, Owen Cunningham nnd G. S. Wilson. Remarks by all, practical and entertaining. Tim snbjec of composition was introduced witli much concisemunt by MissAnniu Miller. Miss Mnggiu Smith gave original and practical thoughts upon punctuation, with characteristic delivery. Miss Emnia May showed, much intelligence of the subject, Composition, by tlie paper lead. Subject further discussed by Conductor Carothers, who presented n practical way of studying synonyms, and strongly advising dictation exercises, discouraging the writing of biographies, and ndvocating tho writing of fables upon tho board, leaving out words, requiring tho capying in full. Then for original work, paste upon tho papi r to bo written upon, a pieturo for a subject, or to allow to bo tho pieturo drawn after suggesting a subject At this time, to bring about n stronger ellbrt nt local emulation, tho motion was mnde and adopted that wo havo an exposition of our work at tho next County Institute Adjounurncd till 1 p. m. Roll-cal- l was well responded to. Children." Ono thing that sho insisted on was that children should bo taught to "do things," to bo prepared for emergencies. "For example," said sho, "I would teach a child what to do in enso of a fainting fit. I say to my girls: " 'Gills, 1 am not much of n hand at fainting, but if I do tako a notion to faint somo dny when you nro nbout, got mo somo wnter. Pour it on my head nnd fivco. Cold wnter, girls, not hot water.' "I'm snro that if tho unexpected comes, and I fall in a fainting fit somo fino morning, tho girls, if they happen to bo near, will know what to do and will do it promptly." "May I interrupt you for a moment?" asked ft littlo brown hnirod woman, who looked to lw nbout fifty. "Why, certainly," answered tho lecturer. "Well, what I wish to do," said tho brown haired woman, "is to take issuo with you on this proposition of yours that it is tho proper thing to instruct children what to do to their mothers when thoy faint. On other points I havo nothing to buy. Mnybo you nro right in tlio general proposition that children should bo taught to do things, but as to this mntW I wish to utter a warning word, to offer an amendment, so to spenk. Captain Dare Sliver. Everybody who took a tripj Missouri a dozen or twenty i remembers Captain DavoBilr tlio hnndsomest men that ov& tho destinies of thoso old timer tain Silver is Btill nlivo ho il where in tho sontli, I think. Pj over ho is, ho is Btill tho courtlyjj figure that used to stand forwa bow to tho passcugors leaving tmj ut Jcucrson City, St. Joe, Kansas City Westport Landing it then. 'I hoy all know hand Davo Silver thoy all liked to rid his boat. It was tlio Lucas, I think I of tlio fastest that over rodo tho l Sho woro tho champion's door hor tho pilot houso for years. It was hard on Captain Silver fo of tho floating palaces to pass out of river forever, but ho had another fortune Ho had n brothor. Hoiii loved him I Thoy were InseparabloH day tlioy wero standing noar the : a big boat just as she was pushing Tho brother leaned forward ftMt rail DroKO, nnd beforo Unptaln could cntch him tho man had tiiMnvi tho water. Tho boat swunir around! that instant nnd poor Silver was drilgl unucr tlio wheel. "It's JooP gasped Captain Davo. was all ho said. Ho had Eoon his er go under tho vicious paddles, foil into a partial faint. That was of tho reasons that this tall, hands! man, with tho elegnnt manner and hair nnd beard, left tho Missouri fori low banked streams of tho far Detroit Freo Press. 1 i RECESS. A motion was next made and adopted to lay aside tlio general order of business and discuss the common school courso. Remarks were made by Prof. Slincklett on tlio importance of a high education among teachers. Hence, to induco teachers to advancement, lie s certificates shall pass a higher exadvises that teachers holding amination to secure a Stato certificate. Then, on passing, a still higher examination, thoy bo granted a Stato deploma. Mr. Miller gave tlio advantage of a Stnto certificate over a county eor- -' tiilcate. Mi. Coko spoko in fayor of tlio Stato certificate. Mr. Royalty observed that examiners should be nppointed in certain districts to hold examinations for applicants for Stato certificates, in order that applicants need not go to Frankfort. Prof. Carotliors gavo reasons why Stato ccitificntes were abolished Eovcml years ago, and suggested that ceitain restrictions should be placed around tlio Stato Board of Examiners. Tho following resolutions were p.nsed by tho Instituto: llctolicd, That it is tlio senso of this Institute that tliero should bo a law passed providing for a State Certificate for tenehcrs who pass an examination beforo tlie Stato Board of Education on tho branches to bo taught in tlio Common Schools of this Commonwealth. Provided, however, that tho party to whom such certificate bo granted, shall bo of good moral character, nnd shall havo taught at least twenty months nnd mako on said examination a general average of 85, but on no subject less than 80. This cortificnto to bo good for aix years, but ronowablo only on passing an examination. Tlio motion was next made, that an assembly bo hold at somo appointed place, October 21st, for tlio purposo of celebrating Columbus Day. Favorable remarks were mado by G. W. Beard and R. P. Slincklett. Tho voto was taken and the motion carried. Adjourned until 1:30 p. in. Ilrst-cias- TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Quorlcs discussed. Grammar next discussed by Messrs. Cunningham, Blytlie, Shscklett, Brown, Coke, Royalty, Hnrotlicrs and .farboo. Mnny texts desired for tho study. 4 Bloody, the Kvitncellkt, Injured. London, Sept. 0. Dwight L. Moody, tKo ovnngelist, was thrown out of a earring at Belfast on Saturday night nnd is confined to his room with a sprained foot. Will Visit the Uneoiu DEnUN, Sept. 1. Tho Post states tlint Empress Fredorick will Sjpend the flrnt part of tho winter in England witli Queen Victoria. A" WfkTuliiiY I'lutform. Samuel J. Tlldon drew np tho 'platform of 187ft upon which ho was elected to tbo presidency by MU.OOO majority of tbo popular voto of tlw country. That platfoim said, "Wo demand thut nil cus-tohouse taxation shall bo only for revenue," Tho Democratic platform of 1893 reiterates that demand. Sandusky (O.) Evening Journal. RECESS. Grammar discussions converted into Languago Lessons by Conductor Carothers, remarking upon tho idioms of tlie language Why teach Arithmetic? Ends to be reached, introduced by Mr. Coke. How to tench Die idea of Number, was presented by Prof. Slmeklott, supplemented by remarks from tho Conductor. , Miss Lizzio Smith very plainly set forth her ideas of tlio languago of Arithmetic. Profs. Gus Brown, Shacklett and Carotliors advised tlio usoof objects for nn indefinite period in operations in Arithmetic. Teachers present 8.. ' Adjourned to meet nt 0 a. in., Wednesday. WEDNESDAY MORNING. w Query answered. An interesting talk by the Conductor on tlio sociability of tiieachers at Institutes, was gladly received and was conducive 'to good results. Tho subject of Arithmetic resumed. Decided that by tlio Metric sysof tho time spent upon tables. tem wo save nino-tentlHow to deal with Problems, was ably and briefly discussed by G. S. Wilson, followed by practical thoughts by W. S. Bali, Prof. ShacUctt, O. Royalty, Milton Coko, and the most practical thoughts from Prof. Carothers. is Duubtfnl About Indiana. President flarrison is evidently very doubtful of his hold on his own stato, na ho found it necessary to tuko anothnr cabinet oillccr from Indiana. If Indiana can't bo induced to go Republican under tho prcssuro of a president nnd two cab-inofficers it will bo safely' Democratic) in after years. Noshvillo Daily Ilcrald. ot RECESS. Penmanship was introduced by S. T. DoJernetto In an intelligent ner. copy-books, man, FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Queries. A motion was made tbnt two committees bo nppointed, one, consisting of tlireo persons, wero to decide on a placo for tlio celebration to bo held Oct. 21st. The other, consisting of five persons, was to mako all 4. I have often expressed my opiulon of tho value of tho Nicaragua ship cono. to our commerce and to our navy. Tho project is not one of convenience, but of necessity. It U quite, powdblu, I believe, if tho United States will support tho enterprise, to secure tho speedy completion of tbo cauol without taxing tho treasury for any direct contribution, and nt the same tlmo to to the United htutes that influence In its management which is liuperatleo. It has been tho Aim of tlii- - ArtmlnUtrutlun to make Its foreign policy not a matter of partisan politics, but of putrollsm and national hotior; nnd I havo ery great gratification in being able to stato that the Demof tho committees of forocratic momlx-eign affairs responded In a trim American spirit. I havo not hesitated to consult freely with them about the most confidential and delicate affairs, nnd I frankly confess my obligations lor needed Thoydldnot regard a patient but firm lnslstcnco upon American right and upon immunity from Insult and injury for our citizens and sailors in foreign porta as a policy of "irritation and bluster." Thoy fio not believe, as somo others seem to that to bo a Democrat ouo must take tho foreign side of every International e, Tho condition of affairs at Homestead, Republican newspapcra. frantically to tho men responsible for that condition to restore tho old rate of wogoa unti' oftcr election, combine to show to labor Unit it aa boon fooled by Republican pretensions long onough. SyraciiBO Evening News. A C:tmj)uli;n of Itlundor. With thu elup in the fucoof thoBlaino men and tlio appointment of a foreign claim ugout as his premier, Mr. Uiirri-tso- n has inaugurated' a campaign of blunder which promises to bo brilliant in that lino. Bt. Loula Post-Dispatc- h, It lias Itecn Iluilly Pooled. Mr. Prank Wilson gavo us his viows lipon using which were considered good. Followed by Mr. Coke and Prof. Brown. I. B. Payno presontcd his views of tlio muscular movement very briefly nnd intelligently, remarks by tlio Conductor. Adjourned to meet at 1 p. in. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. Queries. In answer to tlio query, "Has an Animnl a Soul," Mr. Brown gavo Ids reason tor believing that it has. P. M.J. Jolly gavo a good talk on Mental Arithmetic why retain U, what it is. Mr. Andrew Drlskell gavo practical thoughts on tho Biibject. Prof. Carothers followed theso gentlemen, saying: "If there ie to lie but one Arithmetic, lit It bo Mental Arithmetic. Among tho peoplo who attend Bryant ft Stratton's Business College, pupils from tlio country nro better in Mental Arithmetic than city boys, nnd tlio pupils from tho mountains nro better than any others." His talk was very practical. , A Mulodorwu Spree Commissioner' Raum uaya ho is to bo ono of tho issues of tbo Campaign. In discussing this, lsmio campaign Orators will be allowofltb hold their noses, Chicago MuiL RECESS. Prof. Shacklett suggested that, as October 21st has been sot apart as a National holiday, eacii teacher should resolvo to celebrate it. Ho wanted tlio toacliers to consider having tlio 5,814 pupils in tho county nssemblod in an appointed placo where thoy should bo entertained by speeches, etc. Prof. Brown suggested Clovcrport as tho most available ioint, nnd thinks it expedient that wo observo this holiday, as we shall not bo living ono hundred years hence. Ho sayB ho 6uld feel gloriously good to bco 5,811 children in a string with a brass band in front of them. Mr. Royalty suggested n more central oiut than Clovorport, nnd ex, pressed his intention of having district 70 represented in the celebration. Mr. Coke advised four moi tings In tlio county on that day Instead of ono. Mr, Carothers gavo the origin of tlio bill, tlio passagu of which was tho outgrowth of tho President's Proclamation. Tho question wus then loft for tho teachers to think about till Friday, when tlio voto would bo taken. Debato Resolved that Teachers' Institute bo abolished. Afllrmativo. Mr, Brown said tlu-- should bo abolished, becnusothty are nu imposition on the people. Mr. Jolly argued that thoy should bo abolished; last year ho argued that they should bo retained, qucstlon.lf a Itepubllcan administration is conducting tho American side. I do not belldve that u tame submission to Insult and outrage by any nation at the hands of another can over form tho basis of a lasting friendship tho necessary element of mutual respect will bo wanting. The Chilian Incident, now bo happily and honorably adjusted, will. I do not doubt, place our relations with flint, lirnve nvUOlu UDOn B, II10M frlondlv basis than over before. This al ready oppeora in tho agreement slnco negotiated by Mr, Kgan for thu settlement by a commission of tho long unsettled claims between tlie two goveriiiiiiii. 1.110 wur c Mr. Kgan has boou highly advantageous to tbo United State. The coulldeuca which I refuse.) to, withdraw from hlia has -- tariff or tlw force bill, which would ho retain? Perhaps tho high tariff, oa that Involves tiro campaign fund. Courior-Journa- l. Good If Mr. EarTieon had to givo np high Tito Campaign Fund Involved. Protectionists Never Think. nows g ho will learn something frdin Pittsb-irwhich will uioko him think. St. Louis Post-Dispatc-h. tf Mr. MeKinloy will read tho ClurU.on Will (lot Kvon Later. Mr. Clarkson la now engaged in pointing out tho oxact eore spot whoro Har- rison kicked him. St. Louis Republic. general arrangements. On tho first committeo Mr. Miller appointed Prof. Shacklett, Prof. Gus Brown and Mr. Owen Cuniiinghnm. Mr. G. S. Wilson, Milton Coke, F. J. Jnrboe, R. I). St. Clair and John Comer from tlio fivo Magisterial Districts wero appointed on tho second committeo. tlio Legislature to work for tho A resolution toaskourRoprcsontativoin passago of on act to establish a Magisterial District Association, which shall meet and continue in session ono el.iy during each month, except July and August, and that nil teachers and trustees bo compelled to attend at least four times during tlie year was defeated. Mr. R. P. Shacklett offered tho following resolution which was passed by tlio Institute. Bo it, resolved by tho teachers of Brcckenridgo county, Ky., that we, covenant here, that wo will not take and teach any school in this county for less than tho public money. Nor will wo agreo to givo any part of our salary to trustees to improve tlio school proporty, nor teach more than five months for tho public monoy, A motion to pay tlio secretary ten dollars was carried, Tlio committee on resolutions passod tho following: Wo, tho teachers of Brcckonridgo county in Institute assembled this 12th of August, 1892, do resolvo, 1. That wo tender to tho citlzonsof Hnrdiusbtirg nnd vicinity oursinccro regards for tho hospitality ami muny kindnesses rendered iia during our stay among them. 2. That, wo rccognizo in Prof. R. II. Curothcrs a gcntlouinnly scholar, also, an educator of surpassing ability, and tliat woappreciato tho nblo manner In which ho discussenl tho questions that camo lieforo tlio Instituto. 3. Tlmt our obligations aro duo Dr. Moscloy for his splendid lecture arid his dfsiro to mako pleasant, entertaining and instructive our yearly meeting. .4. WinsliBAs, our Superintendent, Mr. Jns. W. Miller, has mndo an effort to mako tho Institute n success and lias piesided over tho samo with dignity, wo recognizo in him nn official worthy tlio esteem of tho tenehcrs. 5, Thut, wo aro especially indobted to Profs. Slmeklott, Brown, Coko "I used to think as you da I remember as woll as enn bo how 1 used to tell my girls to do tlio very tiling that you say you told yours to do. I thought as you do, that it would bo a shanio to leave any jierson who should faint in tho prcaenco of my girls go without projicr caro. So I used to say: 'Remember, girls, to uso water. That's tho thing when a baby faiuts.' "Woll, ouo day somo ono cmno to my houso and told mo that a littlo boy had boon hurt in tho next yard. I was almost ill at tho time, but jnst tho samo I rushed out to tlio scene. Tho littlo chap was badly hurt, and it took mo quito nwhilo lo get him in such n way that 1 could safoly leavo him. But tlio tlmo enmo at last, nnd I started for homo. "When I wns within nbout a rod of my own houso I grow dizzy and saw stars and then fell in n heap id tho gutter. "A couplo of Irishmen picked mo up, each taking an arm, and dragged mo up my front steps and laid mo out on tlio pinzza. Then thoy rang tho bell, nnd when my daughter Isabollo camo to tho door ono of them pointed at mo nnd said: " Good nvenin, miss, an Is that ycr mother there, lyln all in a linpo dead fainted away? "Isabollo gavo ono look and then called out to her two sisters, 'Quick, girls, ma's fainted.' " 'After tliot tho delugo.' Yes, that tells tho story. Isabollo got tho ico pitchor, Mary a foot tub and Knto a ten quart tin pail. 1 consider it almost a miraclo that I'm nlivo today. "OI courso Tin telling nil this from hearsay. I didn't know anything from tho tlmo that I fainted, until fheurd Knto frantically crying out: 'Wnteri More water! Quick, Isabollo, more wa-tc- rl and jnst after tlint ono of tho Irishmen saying, 'Bo aisy, darlint, or yo'll bo after drownhi ycr ould motliorP "Wotl Well, that doesn't begin to toll I was soaked, and grcut tho story. streams of water woro running off tho piazza and down tho stairs. " 'You did just right girls,' I said oa soon aa I could speak. 'You did just what your mother told yon to do, but don't do it again.' "Thon I got down on my knoos and wrung out my skirts as well as I could and whilo I was in that position I could hardly koep mysolf from saying, 'Oh Lord, I thank thco that thoy didn't call out tho flro department.' "Now, I'vo taken up lots of your timo, but I wished to make nn amondmont to your proposition. What I would pro-pois that overy mother suvo hor own solf from tlio clangor of drowning by saying to her girls when sho bids them pour water on 'fointcrB,' 'Bo Buro my dears to try tho remedy for tho first tlmo on somebody clso than your own dear mamma.' "Now York Times. c Aurora Forty Miles Illjjli. Tho scientists of tho Royal academy hnvp mado publio tho of somo interesting experiments, wero conducted for tho solo pur ascertaining tlio exact, or t any tho approximate, licicht lwtho aur borealis. At Godthaab M. Adam Pj sen, witli two theodolites situated four miiofl apart, found that tho he iuiiuil Nv.ir L. in? well, with ft boso lino of threoforj of a milo in length, tho best cala tions obtainable placed difforcnlnnr at irom ono to ten miles in height bpltzbcrgen it was shown thatvj rango from a height of ono-thmilo to cightcon miles. j in una caso u win noc prove ni csting to mention somo of tho i bio opinions entertained by tho en porimenters in this lino. Flogel mated tlio height of tho various al observed by him at from 00 to 0101 abovo tho earth; Reimann found ono observed by him wns nt len miles high, nnd Nordonslcj old's deductions gavo such phenomena a crngo holgut of 125 miles. Then . stromo camo forward with tho i ment that ho had tnkon notes serrations on an auroral dmUyi wns not sopnrated from the rth more than 1,000 feet, whflo mlder son concurred to tho oxtont of declni that many of tho displays wero tho clouds. St. Louis Republic.' u;. i: -- i''l Id li'.' i'i. iinY-- j fli Tiovr Wages I'o'lfoV Protection. , Tho lowest wages paid In this cofi for labor at all skilled aro In lnc hnvlng protection, and nono of pay any more than tlio markets labor, whilo all strivo to approp entire tariff bounty to thou givo workmen no share tectionlsts harp continually! alleged high wages paid protected raanuf acturers imported laborers, but of tho payrolls shows f consists chiefly of iinagW that in point of fact therw" paid town laborers in im Unit and tlio more highly torics aro tho less thtj Tribune. so QtaipU Two explanation! tlrcmont from tho cl national Republican MMIttC ready boon put forth Wilu wifo noeds his attown an that bis corporation iHotit leaso hhn from tholr cN explanation, however, i'that Is scared at tho exposures which' ' boll's appointment ollci t'imd baa cl terminou to unload mm. roster vn havo to go for tho saino reason, Louts Ucpublio, A Sorrowful Fact. Ono of General Foster's friends i VMl 1'onter! MMT tlously stated a fow days ago tlu now secretary of state was tho Tlio l'luoo fur Illut to Cull. dent's rajikiUy during tho old olotkesiHu difficulty. According to recoct Mrs. Withorby--Yowwan arouud totkiy'. tions this u a signal and eorroi Wltherby (grily Tell Uiw nct ,Or perhaps It would bomor tlmo that, if h wwita to look at any old to aay mat Mr. inanison ana clothes of miiw, m will Imt to eU at nay aeneral wer the im. Ex- maoada's agent during tho ofllco and m , change. crista. St, Louts Post-- : An q-- r. - ,. , i -- TJU& Breckenridge NO D. A VIKGIL News. Bdttori and Tho Political Outlook nt Home. IIARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, STEPHENSPORT. Another wedding in town soon. Mrs. M. Blaino went to Louisville Monday. Mr., Joo Best, lias been very sick for tovernl days. Miss Georgia Hawkins went to Louli-vill- o lost week. Mrs. Christ Best and little daughter, Myrn, visited in Pctrio last wcok. Messrs. L. B. Helm nnd Robt W. Vnughaii, wero in Louisvlllo last week. Mrs. J. C. Brashear and daughters, Helen and Sue, returned to Louisvlllo last week. Miss Ada Hanks left last week to commence licrschoolntShlloahschool house, near Union Star. Mr. and Mrs. Best, of Best's Landing, of near Tell City, aro tho guests of their sons Christ and Joo. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Lennon, of wero in town last week tho guest of Mrs. R. A. Smith. Mrs. Win. White, of Tobinsport, Intl., was in town last week, to visit his son, Dr. D. Whito nt Hanks' hotel. Mr. F. Martin, of Louisville, has bought Wm. B. Hanks' property, ono door above Robte Blaine & Co., on Second street. Some of our young people on Tuesday ovening 10th, gave Air. and Mrs. M. Blain a surpriso party, nnd spent quite n pleasant evening. Mr. M. Mnthenn, sr, nud wife, who havo been with their son .Milt Mathena at Fordsvillc, aro in town to visit their son nnd daughter. Miss Emma Moseloy mado a very successful trip to Clovcrport, Hawesvlllo and Troy last week, in tho interest of tho White llouso Cook Book. Wo regret very much to henr of tho death of Postmaster T. J. Bruner of Preston, Ky., which occurred Sept 3d. The family have our sympathy. MrSjClwtJ. Lewis who lias been visiting Tenn., for some time, last week, hermother, Mrs. Rich. Palmer accompanied her. W. J. McGlothlin, of Louisvlllo Seminary, held service in tho Baptist church Saturday and Sunday, our pastor, B. A. Copare, being unable to bo with us. Misses Linnio Haswell, Oln May Adkisson and Mr. John Haswell, of wero in town last week. Miss Haswell secured u music class here. Mr. Edgar Williams and sister, Miss Minnie, who have been visiting their sitter, Mrs. Clins. Wadlington, returned to their homo in Kvausville, hid., Mon day. The relatives of Mrs. A. U. Miller, thanks to the peoplo of Stephens-por- t for their kindness to her during her long illness, and after her death, for draping of church and assistance in funeral exercises. Mr. and Mis. R. A. Brashear will leave this week for Iouisvillo. Wo regret very much to looso them from our community. Tho Baptist church will looso n good organist, our music class n good teacher and tho town good citizens. Hnrd-iusburg, WEDNESDAY, BElTKMMilt H, 1892. 0. IIA1WAGK, Proprietor!. I.,, si. I., it T. l.ocnl Time Cnrd. 10.01 a.m. Mll and Exprsss going Eit ..10.41 a.m. " West ' " 5.57 p.m. " East tx press " West - 9.15 p.m. ' I Locai freight " East west 11.18 a.m. -- iu.ub a.m. EIGHT PAGES, culation this Week 2,000. units G. AYiinriER, tho Quaker poet, ,& is n family of people in Owens- Aro they inspired ? dead. liro named Bible. t,A. E. Stephenson, Cleveland's runnltiK thas certainly started in to do his of tho speaking in this campaign. kl when you tome to read him tip he's Pslouch at tho business. itho cholera scaro have been matters Iring tho current week, that have agi- t'd tho minds of many thousands of iipio in tins country in nosmaii iiocrcu. ItuV. G. W. Dennis, who was run over fiia big Corbett Sullivan prize light a Pennsylvania railroad train in Lou- - pllc ubout six weeks ago, was paid ten 'Usand dollars by tho railroad com- Eiy as a compromise for the injuries lefycd. Lrovkii wonk Cleveland went to Now York nnil trnvn n ilinnnr to Rovprnl fclncnt Democratic leaders in that Tho political situation was dis- II and n basis of space among the s in that state was agreed upon. lL. , Sullivan got knocked out in twenty-firs- t round by James J. nt tho Olympic Club, New Or- W.t1.i!(ln. Tf wnallinnnmi. fight of modern times, and Sullivan b badly used up. Corbett having lick- fj tho big bully, John L., now poses ns So championheavy-weigh- t fighter of tho Kawtnot unusual to hear remarked by Boiuu who presume to know much about the political situation, that Breckenridge county politics are in n muddle, and that tho Democratic party is in narrow straits. Tiiis is a ropitition of tho story that greets us ovory year. Studdylng tho situation carefully, there is nothing about it to discourage any Democrat. There aro facts that should bo considered regardless of tho pessimistic theories of the disaffected. In tho wo should attribute to tho Republicans of tho county fair judgment and good common sense. They know well enough that tho Democrats havo a clear majority in Breckenridge county of '200 to 500 Votes as the elections for several years past will prove. Thoy know that for any party to gain tho ascendency tho Democratic party must .be defeated. Sonio of thorn might havo thought of a fusion with tho Pcoplo's Party to bring about this end, but the more considerate ones seo differently. Tho Peoplo's Party, if defeated this iear, has made its last light. It hasn't the vitality to livo through another campaign. Its futuro depends upon tho vote this fall. If successful it becomes a fixture. For a knowledgo of results wo can do no better than study the history of political parties. When a third one is established it is at tho expense of one ol the others. Every considerate man, be ho Republican or Democrat, can easily sec which of the old parties would be injured in Breckenridge county by the establishment of a third party. The Republicans can seo it too plainly. For them to fall into tho Peoplo's Party ranks is to commit suicide. If it wcro possible for them to elect tho third party ticket, they would gain nothing nnd looso all. They would bo disorganized and their party would not bo in power. The Democratic part is here to s ay. We give the Republicans credit for better judgment than such an action would exhibit. They know that tho People's Party is their dangerous antagonist and will hardly support it in its aspirations to supersede them. It could do no more. To say that the Democratic party is weakening is absurd. AVe aro better organized than ever before, and aro not to bo frightened by the People's party first-plac- e, It is not L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. 001X0 WIST. Passenger Dally arr. Hardtniburg..l2:43 p.m. OOlXO (AST. BALLARD'S VwrVX DON'T FAIL To always serve your own interest first. That's business. To discover what is to your wn inte is of vital importance, when . r-e- sts Passenger Dally arr. Hardlnsburg.. 7:50 a.m County Court next Monday. Mr. Will Hardin Is on tho sick list. Henry B. Head, lifo insurance, Is in tho city. Mr. Alonzo Bennett, Bcwloyvllle, was in town Monday. Mr. Burl Benid and Jesse Whitnorth went to Cnnnolton Sunday. Messrs. Witt & Meador aro putting in a big stock of fall goods. Highest market price paid for all kinds of produce. Beard A Beclor. Miss Mattie Slaton has been quite sick with fever for n week or two. Mr. Win, Ramsey and Charley Sawyer wero up from Clovcrport Monday. B. F. Beard & Co., havo just received n large stock of fall and winter goods. Mr. J. R. Johnson went to tho Falls of Rough last Saturday and returned Monday. Mrs. Robert Board, nee Miss Ellen Foote, left yesterday for Texas her future home. Dr. Thomas Gardner, of Madisonvllle, was here last week visiting relatives and friends. The potato crop around hero is short this season. There Is none on tho matk et nnd but few in tho surrounding country. Tho candidates on tho sheriff's ticket wero hern Monday arranging a list of appointments. John Slaton is selling coal hero from the Sloan mines in Daviess county nt 10 cents per bushel. Mrs. Lctitia Owen's little child has been sick for several days. Mrs. Owen is at hersistci'rf, Mrs. Katio Beard. Just think of it A fine crayon picture, worth $10, given away with every $10'8 wortli of goods at Mrs. S. A. Hall'eyj A Co's. Drop in nt Mrs. S. A. Haffey & Co's and sec those splendid crayon pictures given away with every SI O's worth of 1 m Ih NJSfW you seek success. "-H -:- - M m T vfflk m vflw Wa IT DON'T PAY vr" J HV v To r get wedded to a house Buy where your money purchases the "best. To do this you must xvvaV ss. vi9 SEEK. We may have the best, and possibly you may decide we have- not, at any rate you should look at our line. -:- lfk FOR SALE BY THE injnule, f G2 SMART & CO., CLOVERPOBT, KY. goods. fcrld. managers realizing danger in this campaign as in all hers heretofore without tho use of parity of "boodle," havo sent notice to lostmastcrs that they must contributo a rt of. their earnings to swell the cam- Itign fund. They are told that if they in't solid dollars to send dimes, that the to. p. 'must not go under for the lack of j$r (The Republican Ir you don't see what you want in this paper, ask for it and we will publish it next week. Wo are determined that the NewsJ shall ho behind no country paper in giving all the news of interest. Our double number this week cost a great deal of extra labor and expense, but it was made necutsary in order to accommodate our advertisers and readers, and we shrink not from our duty. Tin: people aro not giving much The strongest fight that will be made thought to tho new system of voting, y tho Third Party pcoplo in this dis- - which begins with tho election in Norict this fall will bo to elect their can- - vember. It is hard to judge how the Bdatc, Georgo W. Stone, of Lcitchfield, now law will work, but it is ccitain that i;uit Judge, over T. It. McBeath. a good many will be puzzled over it. foy will hanlly succeed in this, as a The officers of tho election are a clans of nniber of good Republicans have al- - men that should read up in the matter. iMuly declared their intontiom to sui- What do you think of this paper. ijrt McBeath. As the Democrats have fetair majority over tho Third Party The Beauty Standard. icoplo and tho Republicans combined The standard of female loveliness vartho district a loss of a few Republicans I; Mr. Stone puts his election beyond ies greatly in different counties and with individual ta.stcs. Some prefer the hopo of probability. plump and buxom type; some admire the slender nnd sylph-likand some tho tall ""hat letter from James G. Blaino, rliich it was supposed would attract con- - and queenly maiden. But among all Lerable notice, created no sensation people of the Caucasian race, ono point among tho political thinkers. of beauty is always admired a pure, fiitcver themselves to whom clear and spotless complexion whether 'Blaino has been a great idol, havo tho female be of tho blonde, brunette, or hael-eyetype. This first great requisIn tu red no favorable, comment upon his Rest utterance. The Plumed Knight ite ot loveliness can bo assured only by its evidently lost favor with his party, a puro btato of tho blood, active liver, kl nothing ho cm do or say will good appetite and digestion, allot which iiin for him tho high rank ho onco aro secured by the use of Dr. Pierce's jitnong them. His last escapade Golden Medical Discovery. It is guaranteed to accomplish all that is claimed i Mr. Harrison to secure the Itepub-- i nomination for President "done for it, or money refunded. If you would up" and his utterances now, oven hao a clear, lovely complexion, free political questions with his party, from eruptions, moth patches, spots and lint to nothing. Mr. Blaino, in fact, blemishes, use the " Golden Medical " lot in it in this fight, and prudence (lit to dictate to him to lay still and tp his mouth shut hereafter. RAYMOND. e, d y. hIs. Resident II a urison's letter of accept- which wo publish entire this which appeals it, is, a document tjngiyio mo voters in tuo itopuuiican flip. It is hedged in by nothing except Et which is in strict accord with the JTof his party, and all who read it 1st understand at onco its meaning. remarks upon tho tariff aro ingon- dovlsod, but bear out tho princi- ptol Republicanism in a decided meas- eiJ Tho Porco Bill is run over hurried- bough it were not of any impor- tho people. Theso and othor 13 aro handled deftly by tho Pros- Pfo?H is tinio when he needs to bo Bo ho over bo candid in what is, tUe people must know that his w to noiu ins auministraiion a, 'ami his views aro oxpress- that end. Without further wo submit tho document to llors for their candid and thought- fction. i Miss Katie Hall is very sick now. Master Aimed Cashman has been very sick this week. Miss Dora Gardner began school at this place Monday. There wasn great deal of sickness in this neighborhood for the past week. Mr. I.en Cashman got through threshing last weed and will start assessing soon. Little Miss Velma limner spent bust week with her grandparent, Mr. S. A. Stiff. Sovcral from thisneighborhoodnttend-c- d tho funeral of Mr. T. J. Bruner last Miss Agnes Ostrander, who has been with Mrs. Daniel for several months, returned to her home in St. Louis last week. Walter Clark and others will given picnic nt Mt. Alba farm next Saturday. Refreshments will be served on the grounds. Take your photo to Mrs. S. A. Haffey and have a fine crayon made. Buy $10 worth of goods and this will give you the picture fieo. Men's suits $.1 nnd up; children's suits SI and up. Special prices for tho next thirty days. Come and bo convinced. Beard & Becler. Rev. L. E. Campbell will preach his last sermon for this conference year next Sunday at 11 a. m. Rev. Snccd nt night at the M. E. church. Tho "kid" nine went to Bewloyvillo last Saturday to play tho Big Spring club. Tho game was 22 to 14 in favor of the Hardinshurg club. Mr. Georgo Frymiie, of Louisville; nnd Mrs. Tula Frymire, of Chenniilt, nnd Hubert Bruner, Union Star, wero here last week visiting Mrs. D. II. Severs. Sheriff DeJernetto brought tho goods of Shaginsky A Ilaymau, tho firm that made an assigment some weeks since, hero last Saturday, and locked them up. The stock invoiced about $1,800. The council will meet one night this week and look after tho sanitary condition of the town. They proposo that the citizens shall give their premises a thorough cleaning up to prevent further sickness. Dr. Win. Atkinson nlias Alexander, was before Judgo Adkisson last Saturday on tho charge of obtaining money under fa'so pretense. Failing to give bond ho was committed to jail to await tho action of the grand jury. The condition of Mr. T. C. Lewis and his son, James, who have been down with fever for tho past threo weeks, are not materially improved nt this writing. It is hoped that a change, for the better may take placo in n day- or so. Tho Carlisle Democratic Club met nt the City Hall last Saturday night nnd transacted considerable business. Tho club will meet again next Saturday night when Prof. Shacklett will deliver a speech on tho political topics of tho day. The public is invited. - Hnrd-insbur- g, VEST' For Purily if CUSTER. Daniel Neff, Vine Grove, was in town Thursday. John Cook and wife nrc nt the Eliza betlitown fair this week. "Bill" Pool, tho dry goods and notion man, was in town last week. Tho candidates for Circuit Judgo spoko to a largo number of our peoplo here last week. Our blacksmiths, Frank Przykuskl and Jns. Allen, have gone in cahoot, and nro now ready to do any nnd nil work promptly. Dick Skillmnn, Kon Rhodes nnd Clinr-le- y Miller wero all hero Wednesday with n expression on their faces. Let that Stophcnsport "post ofllco" hustlo along that work for which wo inquired, and thnnks to the correspondent for telling us whero it is to bo had. "G. W. Stone, our next Circuit Judge, mado a logical, unanswerable address before a largo number of our voters Wednesday. Ho won many yotcs for himself." Custer Wheelers. "Judgo McBeath, our noxt Circuit Judge, completely routed his opponent Wednesday in their speeches hero. Tho Judgo was irresistible and won voters for himself and tho wholo ticket." Tho Custer Democrats. Dr. Milton Board, Hardlnsburg, passed through town twico last wcok. Tho doctor has early learned that hasto .on tho road assists tho M. D's., to a larger field of practice- Ho had timo only for a nod to his numerous friends hero. Somo say that tho Eclectic Series of school books nro tho best published. Others say tho old "blue back" spollor beats tho now ono from first to last. And thus Httio disputations nnd disagreements nriso, but the disputants all agrco that tho books can be bought for tho least monoy of Alexander & Pilo. - NEW AND FRESH i5 Unexcelled UNION STAR. Sun-day. HOT WEATHER GOODS JUST RECEIVED AT ex-ten- Mr. R. B. Cox went to Louisvillo of hair at church last Sunday? That was Mrs. B She never permits herself to bo out of Hall's Hair Renew er. Did you notice that finohead HARNED. John Hensley was in town two days How's This! for any Caso of Catarrh Republican party will subject i to lioperilous changes.but offers ;o opportunities for expansion on dlpehj ' wiys Mr. Harrison in clos- hmpus document called his world of mean- Tijffpuwiin that sentence. Can ft Bonsibld man seo how tho gov- aent has been managed for a quarter U a ccpJjtfy of Republican rulo. Does tho farmer who lias been work- harder and becoming poorer for n(y years, want to boo an expansion thoso plans by which ho has been ifrcsscd? Could any kind of change fmoro perilous than expansions along lines with which wo aro only too olljar? Bat perhaps Brother Ilurri- (had in mind tho excellent opportu s now h otfcrcd federal tho campaign fund. Tliero rp be no earof further oxpan- LPrasidont 8 head. i oillce-holder- We oiler Ono'Hundred Dollars Rownrd that cannot bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Thursday. We, tho undersigned, havo known F. J. Mr. Allen Robertson and wifo spent last week with their daughter, Mrs. Evo Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe him porfectly honorable in ull business Bassctt, at Preston. transactons nnd financially able to carry Mr. Cliffo Haddock and wifo, of Clifton out any obligation inndo by their firm. Mills, visited relatives hero and attend West & Tiutax, ed the meeting. Wholesnlo Druggists, Toledo, 0. Waldino, Kinnan A Mauvin, Miss Maggio Beauchamp, of Pierce, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. spent bovcral days with her cousin, Mr. Willio Robertson, during tho meeting. A Live Firm. Misses Deo nnd Kitty Rasham spent Itwilljio noticed in this paper that last week with Misses Wildia Stiff and Sulzers advertise. Tills is a firm of good Nettie Cashman nnd attended the pro- business men. Coming hero, as they tracted meeting. did, several years ago, perfect strangors, Rov. A. R. Willett and his brother, thoy, by their upright dealing, gentleArthur, closed n protracted meeting at manly bearing and push and vim, havo built up a trado that reaches through this place last Thursday with twenty-fiv- e soveral counties. Their storo is tho additions to tho church. Louis-villMiss Annie Bassott returned to her largest between Evnnsvlllo nnd and is full from cellar to garrott of homo in Clovcrport Monday, after threo weeks visit with friends mid relatives at tho completcst and most beautiful varithis place. "Mr. B. says call again Miss ety of goods. Hundreds of pcoplo visit tliis great establishment every day, nnd Annio." thoy aro always met by gentlemanly lady-lik- e clerks, salesmen and salesA gentleman of this county who has and ladies, who make it a plcasuro to bo excellent judgment remarked to us tho Nolto is tho manager .other day that ho know of no pill so there. Mr. Julius of this big establishment, nnd its goner- good for constipation, dyspepsia nnd ,ul appenranco and tho unprccldcnted suc liver complaint as Do Witt's Little Eatly cess with which Sulzors havo mot for Risers. tho last soveral years.go to prove that ho Is tho right man in tho right placo. Tho City Bakery for fresh bread. this week. Kit DeJernctt seems to bo a favorit in this vicinity. Herbert Robot ta is attending school nt West View now. M. Moyer went to Louisville Monday to purchaso now goods. Chintz Royalty, the principal of the West View school, was in town Saturday. James Redman is closing out ills store nt cost, and says ho is going to quit the business. Ellis Roberts is.tenching the Tar Fork school, which is in tho western part of tho county. Harned is ono of tho best business points on tho L., II. & W. R. R. All wo need is a barber. James Redman has returned homo from tho Cumberland Mountains, where ho has been buying timber. Tho school hero which will bo taught by Allen Kinchcloo will begin on Monday next. Misses Vessels, Stewart and Crater, of Louisvillo, wero tho guests of Mrs. Alico Payne Inst week. C. W. Downs has gono to Fordsvillo, where ho will remain for some time working nt the bridge carpentry. Born on tho 7th, to Jnmes Gray's wifo, a 13 pound girl. It is a Republican, but that won't help tho party much. 0. M. Elrod, tho fnctorymnn, who located horo in May, will probably move tho factory to Mississippi in n few weeks. Miss Maggio Shipley, of Hardin county nenr Ellzabethtown, has been visiting Miss Maggio Goodman for soveral days. Art. Goodman has takon n contract to clear tho right for sovoral miles, nnd also to gradu ono mllo of road on tho short lino from Fordsvillo to Horso branch. Willio McKinnoy whilo at work at tho stnvo factory on tho Oth, fell against tho cylinder saw which gavo him a fearful wound across tho chest, which will probably prove to bo serious. E. Wcatherford will start for Louisvillo in a few days for tho purposo of completing n practical business coureo, which ho began last winter and on account of bad health ho did not comploto. Irvin Payno, who has been traveling in tho interest of tho Borgon & Median Stavo Co., will quit tho business after this week and will commenco teaching near Garfiold, y in Louisvillo last week. Miss Mollio Hays, of Now Albany, is tho guest of Mrs. E. Crosson. Miss Susie Brashear is at homo after an extended visit to hor grandmother nt Midway. Mr. Jas. T. Milner left for Louisville Sunday. Ho will enter Allmond's University school Thursday. Mrs. 0. E. Woods after a visit of soveral weeks to Mrs. I). S. Richardson, returned to her homo in Clovcrport Wednesday. A surpriso patty was "taken" nt tho residence of Dr. Milner Tuesday ovening. Thoy reported a vory pleasant evening. Mr. Alpha Cashman returned homo Friday after a visit of several weeks duration to ids uncle, Mr. Sam. Cashman, Now Albany. Miss Claudo Fryiniro, who has been tho guest of Mrs. Owen Cunninehnm for soveral weeks, returned to hor homo near Ekron Saturday. Mr. Hubert Burner, Miss Sara E. Richardson. Mr. 0. M McGlothlan nnd Miss Minnio Hoylo nttoudod tho Frymiro Brashear wedding Monday. Mr. W. M. Fryiniro nnd Mise Fanny Brashear, of Preston, wero married Monday, Sept. 12th, nt 3 o'clock. Rov. Wil lett olllciattng. Tlio bndo was attired in a becoming costumo of cream satin, with helitrope trimmings. Tho groom in tho customary black. Tlioy left by tho 0 o'clock train for Louisvillo, whero thoy will remain a few days. Mrs. C. M. McGlothlan is improving, wo nro glad to state. Dr. Win. Milner spent several days Bowmer & Hambleton's ALL KINDS AT PANIC PRICES. Be Sure and Examine Their Stock. ,AsVWVVVVVVVVVVVWVVVVVVVWVWVVVWVVVWVVYVlrl yyyVVVVVVVVVVVVVYVVVWVVVVVWVVVVVVVVVVYYVVVV m lit m W- ' .aw -. - jLF! Mi t; ! ' lyyf t Sellers' Liver Pills. WMSMMiMsWsaMHHaMila1ilMHaMfaM(IBMBBslHlnMh CURMCfl M. GORDON, Mr. Pleasant Drake, of Hardin, county, n widower of somo forty years, has lately married tho widow Powoll, of our neighborhood. Sho is a lady of ago suitable to inako him a congenial companion This happy man Is now In luck, For he has found Mi prcclouk duck ; And she, wu think, will try to make A loving wife, and please her drake. , Mr. Northern, of Bewloyvillo, has been Act Directly on the Liver. Cuius Cuilu and rzYER.DrsFzma, HickIIbadacue, lliuocs Couc, COXSTITATIUK, IiimiMATtlX, - INSTRUCTOR IN ladleertlon, unit hiunmch tlUomers, take DROWN H IKON MITTIC1UJ. All .tonlcra keep It, ft pvr Imttlc Uuntilnohai uulo marie ana cr mui red Hue on wrapper. I'OIl UYSPEl'SIA, hero lately showing a seemingly very vnlunblo patent churn. We'll bot'er bettor butter making mnchlno is not in oxistonce, nnd wo would get ono, though wo vowod never to deal witli agonts again, if wo woro not aiming for an animated littlo innchino which will not only do tho churning, but will also milk tho cows, sweep tho houso and make tho beds. Whilo Win. Glnsscok was threshing wheat for Dr. Hart, of McDaniels, last Wednesday, something llko spontaneous combustion took place in tho cylinder of tho machine. Tho loud roport which was tho signal that something was wrong was followed by flashes and blazes of flro. Tho straw enrrior which was carrying tho straw into tho Doctor's lino barn, immediately carried tho llamcs to tho building, whero thoy nt onco became uncontrol-ablo- . The barn with five head of horses and mules nnd 175 bushels of wheat together with tho machine, wero burned. Tho Doctor's loss is about $1,800, insurance $200. Mr. Glasscock's loss is great, Iossing its ho did, tho best machine ovor in tlI section, o stlmnlatcs tho stomcch, restore the appetite, imparts vljorto the system. They euro all diseases llko miglc. Qtt the rltfht kind. SELLERS' IJVKU TILLS. HVud for circular. Bold by druircIsW. BELLEOHUEDICIKU C6.,FitUbaxEfc.ra. HiAriT, Diiiineu, Tonnu Livut, Coated Toxavr, BLZErtzsiKcss, akd Aix Diseases or Tun Lryin aid BtpitAcrr. If you do not "fcit very veil," a single) pill at or ins r.UriTATIOK Shorthand and BOOK-KEEPIN- Type-writi- ng ALSO (In connection with Weaver's Business College.) PENMANSHIP & ARITHMETIC. mmmmmmmmmm The Sweetest Song THE GRAHAM SYSTEM. Galigraph and One Remington, TYPEWRITERS. Tho only Collego in tho Stato of Kentucky indorsed by Official Roporters. Established in 1891, and during tho first yoar" Hundred Pupils Were Enrolled. This speaks for itsolf. I As soon ao yon becomo competent to hold ono. Charles A. Grnhnm, Clarence E. Walkor. tho loading Official Stenographers of tho city. Write to them for informa Thoy'ro in, and worth u visit by themFor cataloguQ, address selves, Mr. Polk, our Clothing man. will tion. You ovor hoar ia tho Bong oi. monoy saved. Hero nro a fow notes of it that will bo pleasant to your ears. Its about our We Get You a Situation, REFERENCES. "CLOTHING" at them. bo delighted to show Come and tnko n p&p you throngh. Sulzer's, CLARENCE M. GORDON, Cor. Pourtn and Markot Streets, CLOVERPORT, KY. LOUISVILLE, KY. 13 t, J..' : .v, 4 X Freshest confectioneries of all kinds,nl tho City Bakery. Henry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. Johu M. Borntraeger Mr. Richard Burdett, of Ilites Run,was What Has Boon Dono in That Timo in the city Tuesday. .Office over Payne tfc CV IfarJuure Store. ptoro for tho Clovorport Methodist Tlio front of Morton & Moorman's oiiOVEnponT. ky. Formor Loltchfhld Attornoy has been Church. Insults Two Clovorport Newest, nnd most select lot of candies A. in tho city, at tho City Rakery. Rev. Brandon Preaches His Last Sor- Ladlus And lo Crackers, crackers, crackers. AH kinds, mon and will Seek a New Field Finod $25. Recoivea n visi' from her country relations on wash day, nnd exand fresh, at tho City Bakery. OANNELTON, IND. of Labor. presses herself "glad to seo them" Mrs. Amelia Casey, of Now Albany, is tiults mndo to orcMr in tlio best style. Ho Rffujos to Pay and Takes an MUCH REGRET AT HIS DEPARTURE. Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Worloy. DON'T BELIEVE IT I Appeal to Tho Circuit Court. Lemon ciockcrs, butter crackers, soda Tho Rov. W. C. Brandon preached his When you see any denier advertising his wares at nnd crackers and cracklcts at the City Bakery. A. A. M. D, last sermon to a largo and attcntivo audi- below cost of Peoplo havo piles, but t Piles is m: a ciiaink on a scounuki:i. enc In tho Elm street Methodist church Witch Hazol Salvo will euro Inst Sunday morning. Tho text was apDON'T BELIEVE IT I Office over lircckenridge Bank. thorn, A man by tho name of James M. propriately selected from First Corrinthi-nns- , CLOVERPORT, KY. When you hear anybody say that Julius.Wintcr & Co. are not Dr. James O'Brynn, of Payncsville.was Lynch, a lawyer from Evnnsvlllo, Ind., 16th chapter, 10th verse, nnd rend as train tho best, most roliablc and cheapest clothing house in Louisville n passenger on tho but formerly of Leitchfield, Ky., camo follows: "Now, if Timothy come, seo Monday. to Cloverport about tho first of last week, thnt ho tnny lio with you without fear, DON'T BELIEVE IT I Mr. Arnold Elder and wjfe, of near nnd took up board at Mr. Wm. Hall's. for he worketh tho work of tho Lord ns I U.S. Claim & Pension Agent Hardlnsburg, wero in town Saturday On Friday afternoon nbout 0 o'clock ho also do." Tho sermon was rcplcto with But come direct to us and satisfy yourself that wc aro. shopping. met Mrs. Scott Vnnco on tho streot nbout knowledgo mid pathetic eloquence, and Mr. C. B. Pate, of Mattingly, brought two pqunres from her homo nnd in n stvornl times tho hearts of Ills hearers STEPHENSPORT, KY. this finest peaches to town we Imvo seen slick, smooth manner intruded his com- wero distinctly affected. At night song pany upon her until sho reached her servico was held in the samo building, this season. News. Rev. Robert McGuiro Is the now home. Thinking that ho had somo busi- and tlio houso was crowded almost to its ness with her husband, as most of his utmost seating capacity. In tho mornWEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1892. preacher in charge of tho colored A. M. conversation was about that gentleman, ing, through lcgjH-o- t to Bro. Brandon, the E. church of this city. Mrs. Vnnco invited him to tnko a scat, Presbyterian minister with his memberTho Tell City baso ball club boat tho LOCAL BREVITIES. stating that her husband would soon bo ship worshiped with tlio .Methodist, nnd Derby club to death, last Sunday nt Tell Clothiei-in from his work nt the shops. Ho had nt night tlio Baptists did likewise. Mr. 0. P. Mattingly went to Louisville City. Tho scoro was 2 to 0. Bro. Brandon's stay of four years among fuw monot been in the homo but a Monday. Miss Ilia Richardson, of Louisville, ments until his actions becamo suspicitho Cloverport peoplo ha? been frotight Mr. E. T. Vest was in Cincinnati last who lias been viaitlngMissLnFnyotto ous nnd improper, and .Mrs. Vnnco order- with social pleasantry and much benefit returned homo Saturday. week. ed him to leave tho house This ho did to his charge, and It is with much regret, Miss Cora Turpin, the beautiful Eugono Haynes went to Stephensport not do nt onco nnd tho lady wont out on- both by him and his membership, that of A. J. Turpin, of to tho front porch where ho followed. tho allotted time has at last expired and last Friday. :6: Ho insisted that he had met her beforo n separation is inevitable. James Shcllmnn of Union Star, wns in Louisville, has returned home. When Bro. Brandon took chnrgo four :o: o: Mooleyville, wos in and was acquainted with her. Sho inJohn R. Jarboe, of tlio city Saturday. - Yesterday ''Blame the diiRt." tho city Inst week. Mr. Jarboo talks of. formed him that ho was mistaken, as ho years ago, the church was heavily in debt y was n perfect Btranger to her, hut that now it is clear of all obligations; the making this city his future homo. "Blast tlio mud." sho was frequently mistaken by strang- churchlmilding is in good repair, ns is Tho Steamer Carrio Hopo, that was .o: James Lyons and wife, of Jolly Station, also tho parsonngc; tho parsonngo Is insunk last week near Troy, has been raised ers for Airs. John Tanner, who lives wero in the city last Monday. ' $1 sured against loss by flro to the amount across the street, and It might bo sho J ffl unci taken to Louiavlllofor repairs. $800, nnd the church, $3000; ninety now For scrofulous disorders, and mercurial was acquainted. with whom ho Tho splendid rolt show for yearlings remedy Ih Ayer's Sar diseases, tlio best Upon this suggestion, ho wnlked across members hnvo been added, and the afnnd wcnnlings, will bo held in Irvington sapnrilla. tho street to tho Tanner residence and fairs of tho church generally nro on n ' Bill Sterrett, of tlio Louisville Girl, was Thursday afternoon, September 22d. boldly into tho houso. Mrs. Tanner saw much better footing than they were nt near tho depot him coming through tho gate and, think- tho timo he took charge. Sinco his so Tho new Barber-shoa passenger on tlio EasMwund mall and If you want ing that ho was n collector who had noti- journ among us tho ho has conducted restaurant, opens up express Monday. n clean neat shave try tho now shop. funeral services, consisting of that sixty-tw- o fied them that ho would call Mr. and Mrs. AY. 0. Allen have gono and Mr. Henry Carman showed tho News day, sho entered tho room whero tho Methodists, Baptists, to Elizabcthtown, to visit relatives this nnd ho hns married not a few. last Saturday a flno Bpccimon of a now Btranger was. Sho was greeted familiarweek and attend the fair. In his last talk .Sunday night, Bro. bunch butter bean ho raised this season. ly with "How do you do Mrs. Tanner, Miss Anna Bassett, who has been visMr. Harry L. Roth and Miss Nannio how havo you been all the whllo ?" Sho Brandon expressed thanks to tho church iting relatives in Meade county for somo told him that ho must bo mistaken, as officials nnd tho choir for the valuable Witt, will bo married in tho Elm-stretime returned homo Monday. Methodist church to day, at 0:30 oclock sho did not know him. Ho insisted that assistance they had rendered him, nnd Mr. and Mrs. F. N. D'Huy who liave they wero acquainted, nnd intimated to tho Brcckonridgo Nkws for announcM. boon on an extonded trip through tlio A. evening with hor ing his appointments. Tim Nr.ws is indebted to Mr. William that ho had spent tho West, returned homo last week. Ho leaves noxt Friday for Campbell-villlong sinco when her husband wns of Tobinsport, for n mess not Miss Janio B. Freland,of Stanford.who Wentlierlialt, to nttend tho Methodist Conference doing night work nt tho shops. This wu havo seen tills has boon visitiug Mrs. A. J. Gross, at of as fine tomatoes as indignently denied, of which meets thoro on the following WedMis. Tanner season. Holt, returned homo last week. course, nnd ordered him to leavo the nesday. of Wm. Mitchell nnd Wm. Bowycr, Wo hoped to give n picture of the Revhouso. 0. 0. Shollman, traveling apt. for tlio down Wl'ien Mr. Tanner nnd Mr.Vnncc, who erend gentleman in this inane, but tho Commercial Building Trust, of Louisville, Derby, wero passengers on tho narket yesterday mornlnir en route to nro machinists nt tlio shop.s, camo in engravers to whom wo sent tho photohas been in tlio city for sovera) days. From Henderson and all intermediate points. Cannclton. from work their frightened wives told graph, havo failed to send tho cut in time. DalMr. and Mrs. W. J. Sherman, of Misses Alice and Cora Smith, Mr. Will them of their cxperienco with tho las, Toxiw, aro the guests of Mrs. Slier Richardson and Henry Huber, of Bow-mo- r. Btranger, and Officers Hnmbleton ! man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. wero tho guests of Miss Mnggio and Dellavcn wero soon after him. He Farber Sunday. was found in Boyd's saloon and lodged Mrs. A. J. Gross, of Holt, and Miss Tho Owonsboros Win tho Doclsivo Mr. S. C. Malin, of Brandenburg, died in jail. Janio Freland, of Stanford, spent tho day Game off the Cooks. Mrs. Lucy Drury, tho City Court next morning ho In nt James Roberts',near Hardineburg, last on tho 7th inst., nnd wifo of Chas. Drury, died at Bewleyvillo told n flimsy tale of how ho six months Wednesday. on tho 8th. Thoy wero both promiuent ago met a woman hero who resembled And Now Wear tho Honors for This Not a partlclo of quinine nor any min- peoplo and well connected. Round trip from Cloverport and stations abovo. theso ladies vory much, and wont home Section. eral substanco is contaiucd in Ayer's mado arrangements to call Our old friend, Thos. Tuber, returned with her and Ague Curo yet it is a warrautod specific from Louisvlllo lost Thursday feeling after night, when hor husband, who was for malaria. BSHS828SB8 E3 pretty welli over his sales of tobacco. working on night work nt tlio shops, A LARGE CROWD AND MUCH Aaiiel Nolto, who has been in Louishad gone, that ho did call and spent CHEERING. Four hogsheads netted him $676. in her company, that he ville for several days visiting relatives Another came of ball has been arrang- several hours and taking a vacation, has returned, and ed between tho Hardinsburg and tho did not remember her name, if ho had In an uninteresting game, excopt in tho had forgotten tho locality beginning, tlio Owonsboros heat the F. is at his old stand in Sulzcr's olllco. Owensboro clubs. It will bo played at over heaid it, Dyspopsin, distress after eating, sour Hnrdinsburg, Saturday, September 24th. of the houso and that he had just simp- W. CookB, of Evnnsville, by n bccto of 0 ly mistaken these two ladies, who stomach, poor appetite, bad tosto, coated to 2 nt Cannolton, Ind., last Sunday afterOur oflico was mado bright by tho each other somewhat, nnd the noon, nnd thus decided tlio chnmpion-slil- p tonguo and heartburn aro cured by presence of three of Cloverport's lovllest woman ho met very much for tho idenLlttlo Early Risers, tho famous of Webtern Kentucky and Southern daughters, Misses Ircno Newson, Bessio tical party. IIo plead his own case, and llttlo pills. Hamilton nnd Vova Miller, on Tuesday did it in a manner that proved that he Indiana. - Mrs. Elizabeth Claycomb, wife of Nol-so- n .Tho two Nines had plnyod four games evening with their reticent Biniles and is no fool, when it comes to points in Olaycomb, died at her homo near bright faces. beforo nnd had captured two gaimsench. law, but all his shrewd cuts and smooth This being tho fifth and decisivo game This will bo a grand opportunity to visit Louisvillo for one-thir- d b Bowleyvillo, September 2d. Mrs. Tlio W. K. Phillips, a brand new Cum- talking wns of no avail and tho Mayor llefresh- was an old lady, having been bom had to bo played on neutral ground, regular fare. Excursionists will havo six hours in tho city, berland river bont,is running in the pack- fined him $25 for disturbing tho pence for this in tho year 1812. Sho was married at and reason Cannclton ments served on train. et trade here, in tho placo of tho Carrio and quietude of theso ladies. IIo im- wns tho ago of 18, and had lived with her chosen as tho placo for tho battlo to Hope. Sho mado her first trip down last mediately apjTualcd tho case, and it will husband who survives her, for C2 years. ho fought. The Nkws, trying to please Wednesday. probably bo tried in tho Circuit Court. all classes of Its readers, and knowing Sum Hall was drivinga beef with a lino Charlio May has torn the old siding Mr. M. Hammnn, tlio furniture mnu, thnt among them nro many admirers of hiBt Wednesday evening, when by its at tho west end went on his bond. plunging around and jerking about, his from off his cooper-shotho great American game, hod a repreLynch Is not n b.id looking man at all, sentative on the ground, and is nblo give nl right anklo was thrown out of place. Sam of tho iron bridgo, nnd is replacing it is well dressed nnd has tho general apgat down on Ilito's Run bridgojand put it with new lumber. It is quite nu imthe gnmo in detail. pearance of n guntlemnu. Persons who back himself, and he is now able to hob- provement. From tho very start it was plain to bo ble around with a cane. Charlie Dyer is at tho St. Charles Hotel, know him, Bay that ho is a littlo ofT in seen that tho Cooks wero not much "in Messrs. Will Smith and Phil: Wutklns, St. Joseph, Mo., and writes the Nkws that tho upper story at times, and gets crunk d it." Thu Owonsboros both of Owonsboro; Will Robb and Missis ho is well nnd getting along nicely, nnd after women. If this is a fncf, a "spell" and them, though there wero Robb and Condon, of Hawesvillo; Misses wishes to bo remembered to nil tho hoys must hnvo struck him lust Friday. few errors on olther sido. A. reasonable Cliastlno McGregor, Matilo McGregor, at his old homo. sized crowd of Cannclton people wltnebs-o- d not very pleasant to rough ami hack, It's Susio Hill, Miss Zanone,of LouiHvillc,and To suffer jul In chest anil back, tho game, and surprising to say, it Thoro h no uso talking, noithor HarriMany people could stop It, for sure GLENDEANE. WOOD'S PHOSPHODINE Miss Walker, of London, England, wero son or Cleveland will bo elected unless itccmcd that their sympathy wns with Tlio .rrnt KllSllkll ICciuctlv. lly kl in ly using One Minute Cough Curt:, a party of plcniccrs at tho Tar Springs thoy tako Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers. the OwensboroB. Alias Alma McDermntt. of Louisville, l'rnnintlv nml nurm.i last Monday, Tho following is tho score by Innings: jiicntly cure till fornmof A PRIZE HEN PARTY. Thoy havo a "get there" quality possessis visiting Miss Carrie Owen. Ni'rxDusWi.ikni'M, Inning Tho Goshen Association meets in this ed by no other, pill. 0 T SncriiMlnrrhrii, o o o o o n o a If three hundred lions lay three hun- Conk Miss Nannio Owen spoilt several days city tomorrow. Tim town will bo full of nml nil vtlcctn of o o a 9 Tho Harrison Protective Club will meet dred ogii in three hundred days, how Owcimlmros . , .0 i Abuse or Excesses, llicn w&NWT .aSS;? last week with Miss Edmi Robertson. visitors, and arrangements aro being prckcrihi'il over 35 yenr In in Picrco's Hall (tho Incubator), next many hon3 will It tnko to lay ono hun35CfliaC'i3fe tlimin.iiiila of rBti-tThe Louisville Market. fhi. All nro complninlg of tho dry wenthor, in ado to furnish homes for nil who may Friday night. Ueforo ana Aftor. nnlv Ilellablc anil Honest It is hoped by tho officers dred oggs In ono hundred days? Cloverport has never yet been especially aro needing rain. Medicine known. for Woon'B tho farmers attend. Ak drunnlst nnd other leaders that n largo crowd will Total sales in this market Inst week To tlio first person answering the nbovo I'liosriinniNK: Iflie nflcr some worllilot medifound wanting in hospitality, and tho bo Miss Georgia B. Robertson lias returncine In place of tills, le.ne hlsillshoncst tttori , in attendance correctly tho publishers of tho wero 'J,380 hhds. against 5, 721 hhds. for problem letter, anil we will mmhI latch-strin- g of every homo will surely ed homo from a pleasant visit to Clover- mall, price in one package, H; fclx.lt. by return 1'rlcc, Oik will Ben Bates, in putting Barry Carrels.Ja Lawks' Pictorial Wbuki.v will givonn corresponding week of last year. Total please, nix will cure, ramplilct In" plain e.iltil hang out on this occasion. port. envelope, 2 stamps, Aitdroa llttlo colored boy, upon a horso, pitched elegant Upright Piano valued nt $.'52." or receipts wero 2,122 hhds., oj.minst 1,0:15 Tlio steamer John C. Fisher, en route Tlio Wool! Vliriliicill l!n, Mr, and Mrs. J. il. Howard hnvo gono hhds. for corresponding week of last year equivalent in cash, as profored. 131 Wowlwnri! nveniia Detroit, Mich.. to French Island to work for tlio govern- him clear over tho horse's back and tlio its to thoroughly refreshing, Sold In Cloverport by C. C. Murtln, ami person will bo given an Rejections, 473 hhds. To tho second ment, layed up at tho lower wharf last boy fell to tho ground on the ojiposito ilruKKists every wlicrc. Of tho total sales lost week 2,98 1 hhds. "lovo in a cottage." elegant Safety Bicycle, valued at $123, or Thursday night, and tho followlug jolly sido, and broke his aim. Mr. Charlio Dean la visiting his friond If Hnrdinsburg can wrcbt tho champi- its equivalent in cash. To tho third por-so- wero Burloy nnd 090 woro dark tobacco. The Owensboro Fair. porsons of her crow, camo up in town On Friday of last week, aftor our report Mr. Courtlnnd Bulor of Bardstown. lie n hnndsomo Gold Watch, valued at andspont tho evening pleasantly form- onship from Owensboro, sinco sho hns Tho directors of tho Owensboro failMicro was a slight easing off in tho will tako in tho fair. or its equivalent in cash. Tuo closed, ing acquaintances: Capt. A. J. Hulings, won it off tho Evansvilles, it will causo $75. ure determined thnt tho fair this year brisk bidding that had prevailed during Miss Lutio Moorman hns just returned Breckonrldgo coun- next fifty porsons scndlngcorrcctnnswcis Pitteburg, owner of boat; G. II. Conn, as much rejoicing-Iof week, This tono continued during from an extended trip to l'iuchecoe, nnd shall surpass any meeting thnt thoy hnvo will each reccivo a priz", valued nt from tho Now Cumberland, W, Va., captain; Ed. ty as Cleveland's eloctlon. Tuesduy, tho opening day of this week. saysBho thliiKs 01 mnKing it her futuro over yet hold, and thoy fully Intend to What shall it profit a man if ho gain twenty fivo dollars to fivo dollars. Now Cumberland, steward, and Halo, keop up their reputation of giving tlio Tho offerings that day, hnwovor, wero homo. Prizes awarded in the U. S. will boBont tho whole world and thon has tho dysJacob Merryman, engincor. ' best fair In Western Kentucky. Thoy pepsia so bad that ho can't enjoy any of frco of duly. Contestants must enclose not up to tho nvorago in quality. The "Owon" to cortalu circumstances, best have-- expanded $0,000 this summer in Tho now building, of C. F. Mattingly, tho good things it contains? lie won't with their answer a U. S. Postal Note mention of weakness on theso two day 6 understood by herself, Miss Nelia Denn Is now almost ready for occupation. It havo dyspepsia if ho takes Do Witt's improvements, and hnvo built n now for thirty conts. (or fifteen II. S. two cent thould bo qualified by tho statement thnt sighs for the "sad nnd melancholy days" bnndstnnd, now stables for stock and of tho nicest buildings in tho rity, Littlo Early Risers. is ono stamps) for ono months' trial subscription this feeling did not reach colory types, to como. and tho front decidedly surpasses any In tho investigation of tho Into Texas mado many other vajunblo andnttractivo to tho Lawks, Pictorial' Wkcki.y, which nnd ospocinlly colory lugs and trash 'Tlioy havo employed of tho kind hero. It is a largo wreck, engincor Hnrry L. Roth and his thing Rov. W.B. Rutlodgo camo down Thurs- improvements. la ono of tho handsomest nnd best ladies This kind is Belling oven higher than heavy plate glass and tho frames and conducted wero oxonorated, whilo tho reday in order to hnvo mpro timo to visit ono tho finest bands in tlio country from wcokly publications on this continent; heretofore. On Wodncsday and Thursdoors aro hand made, of most beautiful signations of engineer Mcnnzy nnd conwill fill his pulpit Iiidiiiunpolis at a cost of $800, and thoy tho object in offering this prizo contest day tho bidding got more lively nnd his pnrlshionors. IIo doslqns. Robt. Lewis beiiig tho work- ductor Shields wero accepted. stronger nil along thu lino, nnd thu slight as usual on Saturday and Sunday. oder tho best inducomonts In tho way of is to iiitroduco it to now families, and Miss Juko Wortham, of Leitchfield, re- largo nnd rich premiums. Tlio races weakniss of Tui sdny was fully ngnined Mr. James A, Buckloy, an engineer on man. Tho painting is a happy combiincrease its permanent subscription list. There was nothing specially fine offered turned homo Tuesday much to tho regret nation of colors and was dono in a most tho L., St. L. & T., road will sail y will bo an nttraction unpreWo guarantee thnt prizes will bo award- nnd the wholo week's breaks wero pro- of hor many friends in this community. each day & from Philadelphia on the steamship Lord by McCrackon manner skillful cedented heretofore, nnd nltogtther it under tho nvcrngo In quality. nounced ed strictly in order of merit. Sho was aecompanlodos fur as West Point will bo n great meeting. Those wishing Gough. bound for Liverpool, England. Holms. ,N o udvunco quotations Tho date of postmark on lettors is giv- hundred on lower grades. 50 tvnts por by Mr. Chnrlio Dean. Mr. Buckloy will visit relatives for some-tim- o catalogue and list of premiums should Mr. J. M. Bell has bought tlio Clover-poen precedence, so that persona living at n Tho transactions in dark tobaccos are Mr. R. G. Robertson has just returned address J. W. Carter, Secretary, Owensin tho Old Country. Cigar Factory of Gregory & Co., and distance hnvo just as eoodun opportunity nil principally confined to private sales. " will movo tho worksncroBstliQcrcek into fight at Now of securing , valuable- prize. Address, On Tuesday there woro 51 lihds. ofibrcd from a visit to tho family of Mr. S. M. boro, Ky. Tho big 'Sullvan-Corbetho buildlne formerly occupied by Payno Orleans, created considerable stir horo Laihix' Pictorial Co., " F " Toronto, uiul Wednesday J8 hl)ds. A largo pro- Dean, who is now very much improved. NoxtSaturdny week, tho 24th, inst. Canada. portion of theso woro of the Grcou River IIo reports that five milos of tho road in & Co., hardware storo. Five new men among local sports. Thoro was a crowd typo and tho rejections were numerous tho oxtonslonjof tho Fordsvlllo A Owens- tho Hnrdinsburg and Owcncsbnro baso will bo placed at work, and tho name at both telegraph offices and dispatches Mrs. Mnry St unit writes to havo her showing that views of Boilers nnd buyors boro railroad is graded and tlio construc- ball teams will lock horns ngaii for tho brands will continuo to bo mndo in largo wero received as tho rounds wero fought address changed from Piukneyville, 111,, wero wido apart. championship of Western Kentucky. Wo ore having fine weather for ripening tion of tho track will begin at onco. numbers. Mr. Bell and Mr. J, W. GregoA largo crowd of Kontucky Colonels, to Brooklyn, N. Y., her future home. Tho gamo will bo played on tho Hnrdinscutting the growing crop. Roports ry went to Owensboro yesterday to get a and Bomo that want colonols, from Clc" Mrs, Stuart is tho widow of tho late nnd extent of cutting burg grounds, nnd a lnrgo crowd will, no of tho this week nro too 6RWHr$ IROtrtiTfrElfs porralt from tho government authorities vorport wont, to Cannolton last Sunday Judgo Stuart, and has many friends in meager to baso a statement of tho propor doubt, witness tho gnmo. It will ho Cure Indigestion, IllUoiuneM, Djiperwla, Mai for tho removal of tho factory, nnd It will to witness tho ball gnmo between tho this section who will regret hor boingso tlon now harvested, Farmers Homo rla, Ncrvousueii, and General Debility, I'liysV something grent for Ureckenrldgo peoplo recommend It. All clculeni bell tt, Genuine duns probably bo moved Journal, fur ro moved from thoin. Owoncboros nnd Evansvilles. tp seo. ha trade mark aal crowed red lines 011 wrapper J. M. Clayton, Physician Surgeon, Dr. FOUIIYEARS'WOJIK t--3 mgj9fmL. 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These Brick are unequaled in color and unsurpassed in For further information address, t GEO vi PAttiW President, EfB Or apply at Yard, Murray Ave., Cloverport, Large contracts for street pavements filled at short notice. Engineers, by whom they are strongly recommended. Our Street Pavers have stood highest test made by City THOUSANDS BEIN jm THE SCARLET By NATHANIEL USE LH e, O wise and piutiit havo me to i friend, that a fnlho show can lie lietter can bo iiioto for God's glory ami man's wolfaro than God's own truth? Trust mo, such men deceivo themselves!" "It may bo so," said tho young clergyman indifferently, as waiving n discussion that ho considered irrelevant or unseasonable Ho had n ready faculty, indeed, of escaping from any topic that agitated his too sensitive nnd nervous temperament. "But, now, I would ask of my woll skilled physician whether in good sooth ho deems mo to havo profited by his kindly caro of this weak framo of mino?" Before Roger Chlllingworth could nnswer thoy heard tho clear, wild laughter of a young child's voico proceeding from tho adjacent burial ground. Looking instinctively from tho ojien window for it wassummor timo tho minister beheld Hester Prynne nnd littlo Pearl passing along tho footpath that traversed tho inclosure Pearl looked as beautiful as tho day, but was in ono of thoso moods of perverse merriment which, whenover thoy occurred, Boomed to removo her entirely out of tho Bphoro of sympathy or human contact. She now skipiod Irreverently from ono gravo to another, until, coming to tho broad, fiat, armorial tombstone of a departed worthy perhaps of Isaac Johnson himself sho began to danco upon It. In reply to her mother's command nnd entreaty that sho would bohavo moro decorously, littlo Pearl paused to gather tho prickly burrs from a tall burdock which grew besido the tomb. Tnking n handful of theso, sho arranged them nlong tho lines of tho scarlet letter that decorated tho maternal bosom, to which tho burrs, as their nature was, tenaciously ndhored. Hester did not pluck them off. Roger Chlllingworth had by this timo upproached tho window, nnd smiled grimly down. "Thoro is no law, nor rovorenco for authority, no regard for humnn ordinances or opinions.right or wrong, mixed up with that child'B composition," remarked ho, as much to hiinsolf as to his companion. "1 saw her tho other day bespatter tho governor himsolf with water nt tho cnttlo trough in Spring Inno. What, in heaven's naino, Is Bho? Is tho imp altogether evil? Hath sho nffectlons? Hath sho any discoverable principlo of being?" "None save tho freedom of a broken law," nnswored Mr. Dimmesdalo in a quiet way, as if ho had been discussing tlw point within himsolf. "Whether capable of good 1 know uot." Tho child probably overheard thoir voices, for looking up to tho window, with a bright but naughty Binllo of mirth and intelligence, alio throw ono of tho prickly burrs nt tho Rovorond Mr. Dimmesdalo. Tho Bonsitivo clergyman shrunk with nervous dread from tho Detecting Ills emotion, light missile Pearl clapped hor littlo hands in tho most extravagant ecstasy. Hester Prynno likowiso had involuntarily looked up, nnd all theso fonr jicrsoas, old nnd young, regarded ono another in silonco, till tho child laughed aloud nnd slioutod: "Como uwny, mothor! Como away, or yonder old black man will catch you I Ho hath got hold of tho minister nlrcndy. Como away, mother, or ho will catcli youl But ho cannot catch littlo Pearl!" So sho drow hor mother away, skip U'flffi VII. olctMil tt.nt HAWTHORNE CHAPTER THS LEECH. ? Br -- a Under tho appellation of Roger tho reader will rcmembor, was hidden anoJJB&uaino, which its should novcr former wearer mora bo epokflHQw lias boon related liow, in tno crowdthut witnessed Heater Prynno's 'ignominious oxpoauro, stood a man, elderly, travel worn, wlio, just cmorging from tho perilous wilderness, lchold tbo woman, in whom ho hoped to find embodied tbo warmth and cheerfulness of homo, Dot up ns a typo of sin tbo people. Her matronly famo was trodden undor all men's foot. Infamy was babbling around her in tho public market place. For hor kindred, should Uio tidings over reach them, and for tlw companions of her unspotted llfo thoro remained nothing but tho contagion of her dishonor, which would not fail to bo distributed in strict accordance and proportion with tho, intimacy and Bacrcd-ncs- s of their previous relationship. Then why since tho choico was with himself should .tho individual, whoso connection with tho fallen woman had been tho most intimate nnd sacred of them all, como forward to vindicate his cliilin to ntf iuhcritnnco bo littlo desirable? Ho resolved not to bo pilloried besido hor on her pedestal of Bhamo. Unknown to nil but Hester Prynno and possessing tho lock and key of her sileuce, ho chooo 'to withdraw his name from tho roll of' mankind, and, ns regarded his former ties and interests, to vanish out of life as completely as if ho indeed lay at tho bottom of tho ocean, whithor rumor had long ago consigned him. This purpose onco effected, now interests would immediately spring np, nnd likowibo a now purpoeo; dark, it is truo, if not guilty, but of forco enough to cngago tho full strength of his faculties. In pursuancoof this resolvo ho took np his reeidonco in tho Puritan town, as Roger Chilllngworth, without other introduction thun tho learning and intelligence of which ho possessed moro than a common measure. As his studies at a previous poriod of bin life had inado him extensively acquainted with tho medical Bclunco of tho day, it was as a physician that ho presented himself, nnd as such was cordlnllv received. Skillful men of the medical and chirnrgical profession woro of rare occurrence in tho colony. JHlvcd bo-fo- "lie g.iihcHsi hciPs nnc the Uiminm of wild flowers, and dug up roota mill plucked off twigs from tho fuict4 tices, like oiw acquainted with hidileii viiluos in what was valueless to common eyoa. Ho was hcitid to of Sir Kcnelm Digby ami other famous men whose scientific attaiiiUientH wcio esteemed hardly lees thun supernatural na having been his correspondents or tutsociates. Why, with Mich rnnk in tho learned world, had ho como hither? What could ho, wliofco fphere was in grout cities, be seeking in the wildoiuebs? In answer to this qiiery a rumor gained ground nnd, however ulwurd, was entertained by souvo very Bcnsiblo people that heaven hud wrought an absolute miracle by transporting an eminent doctor of physio from a German university bodily through tho air and Betting him down nt tho door of Mr. Diiumcfednlo's study! Individuals of wiser faith, indeed, who know that heaven promoted its purixiscs without aiming at tho stage effect of what is called miraculous intcriroition, wcro .inclined to boo a providential hand in Roger ChillingweithV bo opportune arrival. This idea was countenanced by tbe strong iutercst which tho physician over manifested in the young clergyman; he attached .himself to him ns u parishioner, und sought to win a friendly regard awl confidence from bis naturally reserved sensibility. Ho expressed great alarm at his pastor's stato of health, but was anxious to attempt tho euro, nnd, if early undertaken, seemed not despond-cu- t of n favorablo result Tho cldors, tlw deacons, tho motherly (lames nnd tho young und fair maidens of Mr. Dim mesdalo's flock wero nliko importunate that ho Bhould ninko triul of tho physician's frankly offered skill. Mr. gently repelled their ontreatica. "1 need no medicino, " Bald ho. Dnt how could tho young minister Bay bo when, with ovory successive Sab bath, his cheek was paler nnd thinner nnd his voico more tremulous than bo-- . foro when it' had now becomo neon-- I etnnt habit, rather than a casual gesturo, to press hid hand over his heart? Was ho weary of his labors? Did ho wish to die? Theso questions wcro solemnly propounded to Mr. Dlnimosdalo by tho older ministers of Boston and tlra deacons of his church, who, to Ubo their own phrase, "dealt with him" on tho Bin of rejecting tho aid which providence bo manifestly Ho listened in silonco and hold out. finally promised to confer with tho Dim-mosdaphy-Bicia- Jerusalem." "Nay," rejoined tho young minister, putting his hand to his heart, with a flush of pain flitting over his brow, "wcro I worthier to walk thoro 1 could bo liettcr content to toil horo." "Good men ever intorprot thomselvcs too meanly," said tho physician. In this manner tho mysterious old Roger Chilllngworth became tho medical advisor of tho Rovorond Air. As not only tho disease, interested tho physician, but ho was strongly moved to look into tho character nnd qualities of tho patient, theso two men, so different in ago, camo gradually to spend much tlmo together. For tho suko of tho minister's health and to enable tho leech to gather plants with healing balm in them, thoy took long walks on tho Bcashoro or In tho forest: mingling various talk with the plush' and murmur of tho waves, and tho Bolomn wind anthem among tho tree tops. Often, likowise, ono was tho guest of tho other in his place of study and retirement. Thus Roger Chlllingworth scrutinized his patient carefully, both ns ho saw him in his ordinary life, keeping nu pathway In tho range of thoughts familiar to him, and ns ho appeared when thrown amid other moral scenery, tho novelty of which might call out something now to tho surface of Ills character, Ho deemed it essential, it would scorn, to know tho man before attempting to do him good. Wherever thoro is a heart and an intellect tho diseases of tho physical frame nro tinged with tho peculiarities of these. In Arthur Dimmesdalo thought and imagination wero so uctivo and sensibility so intenso that tho bodily infirmity would bo likely to havo Its groundwork there. So Rogor Chilllngworth tho man of Bkill, the kind and friendly physician-stro- ve to go deep into his patient's bcoom. delving among his principles, prvinir into his recollections nnd probing everything witR a enutlous touch. liko a troiifluro looker in a dark cavom. e. Tho now abodo of tho two friends was with a pious widow of good social rank, who dwelt in a houso covering ptetty nearly tho sito on which the venerable Htructuroof King's chapel has Mnco been built, it had the graveyard, originally Isaac Johnxon's home Held, on ono side, and so was woll adapted to call up serious reflections, Buited to their respective employments, in both minister and man of physic. Tho motherly caro of tho good widow assigned to Mr. Dimmesdalo a front npartmont, with a sunny exposure and heavy window cm tains to crouton noontide shadow when desirable Tho walls wero hung around with tapestry, said to bo from tho Golwlin looms, und at all event representing tho Scriptural story of David and Bathshoba, nnd Nathan tho Prophet, in colors still but which mado tho fair woman of tho scono almost as grimly picturesque na tho woo denouncing seer. Horo tho ialo clergyman piled up his library, rich with parchment liound folios of tho fathers, and tho lore o rabbis, and monkish erudition, of which tho Protestant divines, even whilo thoy vilified and decriod that class of writers, wero yet constrained oftcu to nviul themselves. On tho other sldo of tho honso old Rogor Chilllngworth arranged his study nnd laboratory; not such as a modern man of Bcienco would reckon oven tolerably complete, but provided with n distilling apparatus nnd tho means of compounding drugs and chemicals, which tho practiced alchemist know woll how to turn to purpose. With such coinmodiousncssof situation, theso two learned persons sat thomselvcs down, each in his own domain, yet familiarly (kissing from ono npartmont to tho other and bestowing u mutual nnd not incurious inspection into each other's business. CHAPTER VIII. Till. LEECH ANO HIS PATIENT. Ono day leaning his forehead on his hand and his elbow on the sill of tho open window that looked toward tho graveyard, ho (Arthur Dimmesdalo) talked with Rogor Chlllingworth, whilo tho oM man was examining a bundlo of can Iw, if lforbo.li iui,;ht. no jiowcr, shoit of tho divine mercy, to ducloso, whether by uttered words or by typo or emblem, tho secrets that may bo buried with a human heart. The heart making itself guilty of such seciets must pcrforco hold them until the day when nil hidden things shall bo revealed. Nor havo I so read or interpreted Holy Writ as to understand that tho disclosure of human thoughts and deeds, then to bo mado, is Intended aa a part of tho retribution. That, surely, wero a shallow viow of it. No; theso revelations, 1 greatly err, nro meant merely to promote- tho intellectual satisfaction of all Intelligent beings, who will stand waiting on that day to see tho dark problem of this lifo mado plain. A knowledgo of mon's hearts will bo needful to tho complotest solution of that problom. And 1 conceive, moreover, that tho hearts holding such miserable secrete as you speak of will yield them up nt tlmt la-- t day, not with reluctance, but with a joy unutterable." "Then why not roveal them hero?" asked Roger Chilllngworth. glancing quietly aside nt tho minister. "Why should not tho guilty ones sooner avail themselves of this unuttcrablo bolocc?" "Thoy mostly do." s.iid tho clergyman, gripping hnrd at his breast as if alllicted with an impoitunato throb of lulu. "Many, many n poor soul hath given Ua confidence to mo, not only on the deathbed, but whilo strong in life and fair lu reputation. And over after Mich an outpouring, oh, what a relief have I witnessed in thoso sinful brethren I even as in ono who at lost draws freo air aftor long stifling with his own polluted breath. How can it bo otherwise? Why should a wrotched man, guilty, we will say, of murder, prefer to keep tho dead corpse buried in liis own heart rather than fling it forth at onco nnd let tho universe take care of it?" un-lo- ss I I His form grow omaciuteds his voice though still rich and sweet, had a certain melancholy prophecy of decay in it. i IIo was often observed on any slight alarm or other 6uddcn accident to put his hand 'over his heart, with first a flush und then a paleness, indicatlvo of I pain. i Such waa tho young clergyman's condition, and bo imminent tha prospect I that hla dawning light would bo extinguished, all untimely, when Roger Chilllngworth mado his advent to tho town. Ills first entry on tlw sc.cno, fow people could tell whence, dropping down, aa it were, out of tho sky or starting from the nether earth, had an aspect of teystcry which was easily heightened to tho miraculous. Ho waa now known to be a man of skill. It waa "Wero It God's will." said tho Rev erend Mr, Dimmesdulo. when, in fulfill- meut of this pledge, lio requested old Roger ChilHngworth's professional ad- vico, "1 could lo woll content that my labors, and my sorrows, nnd my sins, nnd my pains Bhould shortly end with mo, and what is earthly of them bo buriod in my gravo und tiio spiritual go with me to my eternal stato, rnthor than that you Bhould put your wldll to tho proof In my uoliuir. J "Ah," replied Roger Chilllngworth, with that quiotuess which, whethor imposed or natural, marked all his deport-mon"it is thus that a young clergyman is apt to speak. Youthful mon, not having taken u deep root, givo ii their hold of llfo bo easllyl And saintly mcit, who wulk with Uod on earth, , would fain bo away to walk with him , on tho golden pavements of tho New t, After a tlmo, at n hint from Roger Chlllingworth, tho friends of Mr. effected an arrangement by which tho two wero lodged in tho samo housfl, bo that every ebb and flow of tho minister's life tide inljht pass under tho oyo of his anxious and attached physician. There was much joy throughout tho town when this greatly desirable object was uttaiuod. It was hold to bo tho best pos8ihlo moasuro for tho young clorgymun's wulfaro, unless, indeed, aa often urgod by such ns felt nnthorizod to do so, ho had selected somo one of tho many blooming damsels, spiritually devoted to him, to become hla devoted wlfo. This latter stop, however, there was no present prospect that Arthur Dimmesdalo would bo provnilod npon to tako: ho rojoctod nil suggestions of tho kind, as if priestly colilwicy wore ono of his articles of church discipline. Doomod bv his own choico, therefore, us Mr. Dimmesdalo so evidently was, to eat his unsavory morsel always nt nuotnors board, and onduro tho lifolong chill which must lw his lot who seeks to warm a Dim-mosda- lo unsightly plauta. "Whero." nsked ho. with a look askance at them for it was tho clergyman's peculiarity that ho seldom nowadays looked stniightforth at any object, whether human or Inanimate "whoro. my kind doctor, did yon gather those herbs with such a dark, flabby Ie.if7" "Even in tho graveyard hero at hand," answered tlie physician, continuing his "They nro now to mo. 1 employment found them growing on n gravo which boro no tombstone or other memorial of tho dead man save thoo ugly weeds that havo taken npon thoinselves to keep him in remembrance They grew out of his heart, and typify, It may lie, Bonio hideous secret that Wiis hurled with him, und which lie had done bettor to confess during his lifetime" "Perchance," said Mr. Dlntmcsdalo, "ho earnestly desired it, but could not." "And whornforoV" rejoined tho physician. "Wherefore not, slnco all tho nature call so earnestly for flraflllln If (fI1 powora-o- f I.l..iin1? .t.ilt. .if ti.intlw.i-'of sin that these black ly seemed that this sagnclons, experi- tho confession with weeds havo sprung up out of a buriod enced, honovolont old physician, make manifest an unspoken his concord of paternal and rovurontinl heart to crimoV" lovo for tho young pastor, was tho very "That, good sir, Is but n fantasy of man of all mankind to bo constantly "Thoro yojirs," replied tho minister, IiIh voice. within reach of "Yet somo men bury thetr secrets thus," observed the calm physician, "True, thoro nro such men," answered Mr. Dlinmcsdale. "But, not to suggest moro obvious reasons, it may be Hint they nro kept silent by tho very constitution of their natnro, or can wo it? guilty, ns they may be, retaining nevertheless n zeal for God's glory nnd innn's welfare thoy shrink from displaying thcihsolvos black and filthy in tho viow of men, bcenuio thenceforward no good can be nehiovod by them, no evil of tho past bo redeemed by better service So, to their own unutterable torment, thoy go about among tholr follow creatures looking pnro as now fallen snow whilo their henrte nro all gpcckled nnd spotted with iniquity of which thoy cannot rid thomsolvcs." 'Theso men docoivo themselves," said Rogor Chlllingworth, with Bomowhnt moro omphasis than usual, nnd making n slight gostyiro )vith his forefinger. "Thoy fonr to tako up tho shamo that rightfully belongs to thorn. Thoir lovo for man, their seal for God's sorvico theso holy impulsosmayor may not coexist in their hcarta with tho evil inmates to which thoir guilt has unbarrod tho door nnd which must needs propagate n hellish breed within thorn. But if thoy scolc to glorify God let them not lift hoavonwnrd thoir unclean hnudst If thoy would sorvo their follow men, lot them do it by (linkand i entity of ing manifest thopow-o- r conscience in constraining thoin to penitential self abasement! Wouldst thou sup-jioso ping, dancing ana frisking tnut.'uticnlly ninong tho hillocks of tho dend jieoplo, liko n creaturo that had nothing in common with a bygone nnd buried generation, nor owned herself nkin to it. It was as if sho hud been mado ufrcsh, out of now eloinonts, nnd must pcrforco bo permitted to livo hor own life nnd bo a law unto hersolf , without her eccentricities being reckoned to hor for a crime "Thero goes a woman," resumed Roger Chilllngworth after a pauso, "who, bo her demerits what thoy may, hath nono of that mystery of hidden sinfulness which you deem so griovous to bo borne Is Hester Prynno tho less miserable think you, for that scarlot lotter on her breast?" "I do verily boliovo it," answered tho clergyman. ' 'Nevertheless, I cannot answer for hor. Thero was a look of pain in her fac which 1 would glndly havo s, been spared tho bight of. But still, bo better for tho it inus,t sufferer to bo free to show his paiu, as this poor woman Hester is, than to cover it nil up in his heart." n Thero was another pauso, nnd tho begnn nncw to examine and tho plants which lie had gathered. "You inquired of me, a littlo timo agono," said ho at length, "my judgment ns touching your health." "I did," answered tho clergymnn, "and would glndly learn it. Speak frankly, I pray von, bo it for lite or death?" "Freely, then, nnd plainly,' said tho physician, still busy with his plants, but keeping n wary eyo on Mr Dimmesdalo. "tho disorder 'is a strnngo one: not so much in itself, nor as outwardly manifested In so far at least as the symptoms have boon laid oKn to my observation. Looking dully nt you. my good hir, and watching tho tokens of your aspect now for months pono by, I should deem you a man sore sick it may bo, yet uot so sick but that an instructed and watchful physician might well hopo to cure you. But I know no; what to say the disenFe is what I seem to know yot know it not." "You tpcult in riddles, learned sir," paid tho p.ile minister, glancing asido out of tho window. "Then, to speak moro plainly," continued tho physician, "and I crave pardon, hir Bhould it seem to require pardonfor this needful plainness of my Bpcech. Let mo ask us your friond ns ono having charge under Providence, of your lifo nnd physical well being hath all tho operation of this disorder been fairly laid oien and recounted to mo?" "How can you question it?" asked tho minister. "Snroly, It wero child's play to call in n physician nnd then hido tho no-Hl- s phy-sicinar-ran- ot it is tlie instrument." n 'Then I need ask no turlhcr. tho clergymnn, somewhat hastily l from hij chair. "You deal not, U it, in medicino for tho bouI?" "Thus, a sickness," continuod It Chlllingworth, going on in nn unnlt tono without heeding the interrupt but standing up and confronting cmnciaieu aim wuuo cueeKcu miiin with his low, dark nnd misshapen ! n mi 1 ' e !( v i it,,' tic- Bore!" "You would tell mo then that I know all?" fnld Roger Chlllingworth deliber-ntolnnd fixing nn eye, bright with In- y, tense and concentrated intelligence, on tho minister's face "Bo it sol But ngain! Ho to whom only tho outward and physical evil is laid (ieu knoweth oftentimes but half tho ovil which ho is called upon to cure A bodily dlseaso, which wo look upon aa whole and entlro wlthlnitbolf.wiay after nil bo but a Bymptbw'of sohi ailniout in tho spiritual part, Your pardon once again, good sir, if my ifeecu give Uw bliadowof often. Yoh, wr, uT all wen whom 1 have knows, m h vkm body ia tit closest conjoined and titttetMl wtd idttt-tllleto to MpnOr, with Mm ipirit whero- d, uppiuprmlu uiuuifcbUiliuii in bodily frame Would you th'or that your physician heal tho bodily i How may this bo unless you firsl open to mm tno wounu or trou your bouI? "No! not to thco! not to an physician!" criod Mr. Dimmcsds Bionntcly, nnd turning his eye3, bright nnd with u kind of ficrcend old Roger Chilllngworth. "Not t53 But If it bo the soul's discaso, the commit myself to the one Physic tho soul! He, if it stand with his? pleasuro, can cure, or ho can kill! j him do with mo ns in his justicl wisdom ho shall boo good. But w thou, that meddlest in this matter;! dares thrust himself between tho t and his God?" With a frantic gesturo ho rush or tho room. "It is as well to havo mad? said Rogor Chillingworth looking after tho mlnlstor wil Binile "Thero is nothing shall bo friends again anon. But now. how passion takes hold upon-- man and hurricth him out of himS As with ono passion, so with anot. IIo hath douo a wild thing ere i pious Master Dimmesdalo, in passion of his heart!" It proved not difficult tore tho Intimacy of tho two cor tho samo footing nnd in thoi as heretofore. Tho young after a fow hours of pnvs bio that tho disordor of hurried him Into an nuso of temper, which therol Ing in tho physician's wok palliate. Ho mnrvelod, violcuco with which ho Md tho kind old man who neivlj ing tho ndvico which ii to bestow and which' m mini, self had expressly sowrfct. remorseful feelings, SToW:nVi making tho amplest UVOtfl.i sought his friend to jftl , cjohU caro which, it not suManr iii ing him to health, hairte ah pcx' been tho means of prolonging hU oxistenco to that hour. Boger.i worth readily assented, and with Iris medical supervisions istor, uomg ma pes tor mm faith, but alwnya quitting tho pit1 apartment nt the close of n profo interview witu a mysterious and l Binilo upon his lips. This exprcsak invisible in Mr, Dimmesdalo a pr but grow strongly evident as tho j cian crossed tho threshold, "A rare case!" bo muttered. needs look deenw Into it sympathy betwixt Kcml and 1m it only for tba art sake I thin matter to;ni botto ii: tu icos'nxri School books, 1 no at Hnblwe'i h CORBETT 'f AND SULLIVAN iCS?3 CO. SJBf The Olu-styl- Id r S, T. MOORE Dealers and the Installment o CHAMPION ALWAYS. We knock 'em all out alike, and head the procession in the business. JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF Gr:U:rc: LOADED SHELLS, ETC. Tlio largest stock of CARPETS! ChamberSuitsand Djning-roo- m Furniture - In whnt wo tiro km .eking m out on right now." And everybody within reach of LouiBvillo wants to conio and learn tho special roncoii wliv. It i.- already well known that we aro HEADQUARTERS for PRACTICAL nnd SENSIBLE BUYERS. Wo tell ONLY on commission and always at or below factory prices, WHOLESALE or RETAIL. Don't throw away good money on th- - "OLD FOGY rogular dealers," or tho installment concerns. Come to tho FACTORY through Hoadquartors. wind-jamming, ono-callui- Heating Stov OQ IN THE COUNTRY. -- : JK2 m 4 , New Patterns. and Styles Comploto lino of ovory thing usually kopt in n :- - Manufacturers' Agents, Wholesalers, Retailors and Auctioneers of Furnituro Household ApCurpotfl, Mirrors, Show-casepurtenances, Hotel Equipments and Bar Outfits. s, Hardware Store. DON'T FORGET THE PLAGE Jefferson Stroot, through to Green, between Fourch and Fifth Ave. We make cash advances to any amount on local We sell for cash or any or fiircignwonsignmontB. kind of credit ; wo exchange new for old ; wo pay freight for 100 miles from Louisville PAYNE ILL CO 'S I Breckenridge News. 14, 1S!U. A Woman A ml AT TARIFF LESSON. MfllllA. WEDNESDAY. SKPTFIMUKIl The Willie Iloiun Chnlr. I'IikIh Out Wlmt "Protection" Air "Ills soul l mnrclilng on." Wo havo nominated a wlntn'i for thorotoln Wo'vc plckc! n man to lowl tiio van, nnd think iKnf lmll unit t..i "llo wns tried before In nntl pulled tlio ooun- try tlimcih, PcuIimI In tho Wblto Ilim-chnlr. B CHOIIt'S. O OloudniMl, will O Cli'velaml, uo will In triumph no will Mitt oii In tlio Whlto lion.- clAilr. crt inwt oil, )ihi. "James," f aid tho wife of a New York lawyer, "read this lettor and tell mo what it means. 1 don't understand it." Tho letter wiw from a Vermontcr who had sent Mrs. Jnmcs a tub of inuplo sugar on her order. Tlio nugar had not satisfied Mrs. James and sho had written to inquiro why it wns ki dry nnd granulated. "ItV not nearly bo good to tnako nyrup of," nho had hiiid in her "as that which you havo sent mo in former years. What's tho reason for tho let-to- r, had ropliisl: "Wo'vo had to maho tho dry this year in order to get tho twunty," And it was lcauso bIio wns mystiiied by this I ' C'lKirus. assertion that Mrs. Jaiiica called upon hor husbaud'for an explanation. 'Wo know tlio foo with Iwnvy Kims standi) ready onrnalzcd. "Pshaw 1" answered tho husband. Wo kr.ow tbnt Jon, ulth tour,H;. true, havo Don't you know what that means? The never temporized referenco is to two cint a pound which rWu putrlotloduty norn, jxibllc tiustdewplfiod. tho government jviys to maplo sugar WMlo lining; tlio White, IIoiiwj clmlr. Chorus. makers. "Do you mean to tell mo, James, that In tho battle next Nowmbvr no will fight tho tX'OIllo'B causo tho government pays maplo Bugar makA Cure for Paralysis. Under Orovoi Cleveland's banner of Juot and ers two cents a pound for making tho enunl luu r. f I'urcell, Inil. Tcr say sugar that they pell at ten conta a Frank We'll nover lower hUstundnrd, nor after light. liotl "I induced Mr. l'iiif-on- , pound?" Ing pau Till be'a In tho Wblto limine chair. "Why, yes; didn't you know that? patalysis in tlio face, to buy a bottle of Chorus. That's ono of tho things provided for in Chamberlain's Pain Balm. To the great Wo up a relic far tho fair In TO tho McKinley tariff act," surprise before the bottle had been all ' A llkencMj of tho foreigner who canw ftcnjj "But why docs tlio government do it? used sho was a great deal better. Her Uio Mn Why nhould men get paid for making 'To pay tho lorn of (ariiTon things which should an artlclo which they can sell at a good face had been drawn to" ono bide; but the bo free. With Harrison In tho chnlr. price? Why aro maplo sugar makers Pain Balm relieved all pain nnd soreness Chorus. any better than anybody elso that they and the mouth assumed its natural shnpe'' It is also a certain cure for rheumatism, Another thing we ought to have, nnd for It nhould havo preficnta of uionoy from tho wo u bo prulswl, government for doing a thing thnt thoy and lameness. CO cent bottles forvalo by And eight of 1t would pleneo us nil nnI innko would do anyway, a thing thnt thy A. It Fisher, druggist. ns tnucn unazeo plctnro of tlw worklngmnn ubo luvd his havo been doing for years becauso it has paid?" Evert (h Imk I "raiVU. wnaee raised. With Harrison In Uto chair. Tho husband btiiik-- nt bis wife's Tiio Ainci ioan laborer in tlmmost highChorun. Then he went on to tell lior ly protected industries goca rrponn Rtriko how it happened. that tho maplo sugar against tlio lowering of his wages, weat-in- g Unrrtooa'a men will court again tho tariff plu tocrat. makers wero getting gratuities out of a cap taxed 50 per cent, a hhirt taxed dA ficheino to carry their ticket through by tlio government. "Thoy aro getting that 80 per cent, and mit of clothes taxed 100 i rylnn out tho fau bounty," ho mid, "becauso tho i Hut what tlio people favor la tho lioncht Dem por cent Ho talks tlio situation over ocrat who nro tho great maple sugar with liin wife, and until tlio sheriff disIn the Whlto Houmj ehalr. men of tho country, hwl a 'pull' on tho trains on him for his rent ho rosta his Chorus. men who mndo np tho ilcKinloy bill. feet wearing bIioco tnxiil 2.5 per cent With Clovdnud nan leader, pure, strong and Thoy mado their representatives in con- npon a carpet taxeil 50 jwr cent Ho undciuou. gress take tho position that they wero as cuts tho bacon produced by tlio unproF.'O'll go before tho iiuismm w lth our Imiucs rec much entitled to a bouuty ns wero tho tected farmer with a knifo taxed 100 per onciled. growers of ordinary sugar. You boo, it cent, nnd if his wifo cries over their Ind when tho voUe arc oounUxl tho lloonso shall bo flUd was proposed to offset tho removal of prospects sho wijics her eyes with a handOlvlna him tho Whlto IIonw chair. tlio tariff protection ot sugar growers kerchief tusul 53 per cent If sho does Chorus. with a bounty, which it was said "would not persuade him to go kick to work nt -- New York World. encourngo sugnr men to increase their lower wages his plnco is supplied by tlio outputs. As poou m tho Vermonters foreign pauper labor of Bohemia ot PoShopping for Amusement. Tho French critic, musician nnd gov- - heard of this project thoy mado up tholr land, nnd ho bos leisure to reflect on liow eminent official, Rouiiou, wus fond of minds to tnako an effort to got a bounty protection helps him. Baltimore Nows. f joking, Ono of his diversions omas-- , too. "When their request wns mndo tho Capt. W. A. Abbot, who has long been ing, but not to bo commended was to jo into 6omo shop where Iio wus not lawmakers ridiculed it 'Tho idea,' they with Messrs. Percivnl and Hntton, Ileal own nnd twrplox tho clerks by his said, 'of taxing Uiopcoplo of tho counKstnte and Insurance Brokers, Des Moin- purpooo. Ono day ho try for tho Bako of making presents to es, Iowa, stions and renmrkH. And right liero is another fact that nnd is ono of the best known nt into a glovo storo nnd told tlio thoso Vermout grangers is jierfectly abnegatives tho orgau's etinding assertion wished to muko a pur- - surd. It would lx) robbery, plain and and most respected busincbs men in thnt that tho tariff is not a tax, and also that ho .JiiwfMjut raust npologizo for his poor simplo, absolutely indefensible Tho gov- city, says: "1 can tettify to the good qual- proves that tho tariff ia tho parent and rcneah If sho would listen carefully ernment couldn't got a cent's worth of ities of Chiiniberliiin's Cough Itemed v tho shelter of trusts and liko conspiraHaving used it in my fumilv for tlHo roturn from tho gratuities.' ? hopod to make liiuusdf intelligible, cies against tho earnings of tho people. h had alynys found tho clerks in Paris "But tho Vermonters hung on, and In past eight years 1 can safely say it lms no For somo timo after tha McKinley sugar BflftV.V.t nviil nttit.iYtln Iia anlil 41inf tho ond got what they asked for. The equal for either colds or croup." 25 nnd schedulo went into effect tho sugar ro- Miot bo discouraged eren if ho amount distributed nmong them in tho 50 cent bottles for sale by A. It. Fisher, uncrs comblno was incomplete. Not Hpcnlc tho lwnguago very well. BhajH) of bounty is small, but it is druggist. cxy long ago tlio combino was perfectthat a (single jcnny of tho peowould like a pair of gloves kid ed, competition ceased, nnd up wont tlio ple's monoy should bo given them." That Wiurti't IXoclloh Voar. rVea. Did filio understaiulf prico of refined sugar to tho full oxtent "Humph:" grunted Mrs. Jnmes, as, In swinging around tlio circlo lost year of tho remaining duty on that articlo. this was said in perfect French, without nmking nny reply to her hus- President Harrison nt Omaha gave utirrenroachablo accont nnd idioms. With thoso facts in plain sight band's remarks, sho rumim.il her break- terances to n sentiment thnt was virtual- pooplo will not tw led astray by tho rOertainly, sir,'" murmured tho tho fast Presently sho asked another ques- ly a pcvoro criticism of various Repub- standing falsehood of tlw McKinloyltes Lhl thea I will norsevoro: kid Kloves, tion: "Wa tho wholo tariff law mado lican jwllcies. Ho said that tho theory thnt tho tariff ia not a tax. Thoy havo of our government "U largely Individual a stinding object lesson, oa well ns th- np in tho samo way?" 1 1' gray lo you understand pear "Mado up in what way?" demanded Hborty, and to tnko out of tho way of odmission of tho McKinloy congress, legislation that olwtructs the t reo, honest teach them that tho tariff ia a tax, and tho husband. "Why, did other pcoplo get things pursuit of human industries, and to al- that consumers pay it on both impirtol o tA,'thQusnd thanks. This is auothoi just as tho maplo sugar men did, not be- low each individual to have tho lwst and domestic products. Chicago Hor-alchance to develop tho highest prosloo: of tho.ino.xlmustiblo amiability and causo thoy wero untitled to them, but " perity for himself nnd family." Tills utienco which I have, noticed in the becauso thoy had 'pulls? Qoverninont by Minority. "I rockon that that's about tho sizo of declaration goes mnch further in tho dis of Paris. With two buttons yon it," A lot of expert election thiovos of tho rection of f reo trado thnn anything coniirchendr "And that is what you call 'protec- tained in tho Chicago platfornv. Yot it north conld bo 6e;it into Tonncssoo to Yea." should bo said that Mr. Harrison's nets hold tlio elections, nnd on their certifi"Tho Parisians aro bo quick to catch tion,' is it?" "I'm nfraid so." havo bcon u.terly inconsistent with his cates would inomhers of congress bo ad nio'a meaning I And will yon kindly mitted to their scats. Tho certificate of "Well, James, I'm against 'protection' own declaration. Buffalo Courier. trotch them, and put in soiuo glove tho govornor of ft etato and tho officers Hvder? What is tho price? 1 wish my from this timo on. I don't think much of tlio stato would not bo worth tho omraand of French permitted mo to ox- - of taxing all tho pooplo of tho country paper it was written on. In tuo bou'H f tnuba in iiinuKn iut iuu luuiuiiuitoa uuu tor tho eako of getting monoy to tho beautiful anomaly would bo presentamong a favprcd few'.'' Now "tjourtcsy witn wnicu i uavo been Bervoa." Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ed of a minority linvlng control of tho IIo paid lor hia glovos and aopartod York Timosi r't elections. Wo should havo Absolute lcnout a uuuiu. luuiuo vuiuumua. government by minority. Havo tried almost every known remeAVUmt the "tVaria LI kef. When Eabjr was sick, rs g&yg her Castoria, L' v ,'c world likes to bo astonishod, not dy for Itching 1'ilca without success, duWhen sho was a Child, sho cried for Castoria, DIKD. In this city of consumption. Tlio inan who would aucceod ally bought a box of Do Witt's Witch When sho became Miss, sbo clung A familiar headline Isn't it ? It's pretty to Castoria, rub out all his interrogation marks Hazel Salvo, and it lias cured mo, C. D. When she had ChllJrcn, she neglect n cold or cough. bto them Castoria. risky to Cough Cure is pleasant safe Ono n,t in oxclamatu2 points. Kata Mlnuto nnd III, Ilasklns, Peoria, lington. sure. po-cif, Corni-lius,o- tariff Is tlw ljiic, mid tbo voters under-- ! stnnd, A randltliito to mend It ii the pnptilurdeiiuiiKl, A Democratic ruler of the unlliiirllT lirond. Sofltl In tha Wliltti Ilmwo Omlp. TIks chnngciT To this the Vcrinonler t'uiu licmoeratlo Duntriiu. The Luquiu-- cat .ed in its Washington diipatcui i tho i Iitori.il of tho New York lliT.ihl c Hiimi'iidiug tho Democratic I'laifcinn for its declaration that cougrcvi 1uk no constitutional jxiwer to levy rtu'ilf dutiw ecvpt for purpohos of revenue. Dttt it is strimgo that Tlw Herald rhtmld fancy (his to lx) a new dopart'uro. It iii Dciuoorntic doctrlno ns old as Jefferson. And thero is ono other whoso nieinoiy Democrats lovo and ono Aiidn-Jackiou. He was a Democrat nil thtough ami a friend of tho pcnpln always. In his farewell incs-sagaH iii'Mdeutof tho United States ho used thoho words: "Congress has no right under the constitution to take money from tho people unless it bo required to executo Mimo ono of tho jxiwers intrusiid to tlw government, nnd if it rai.M) more than is necessary for Mich pnrjoio itiinn nbuso of tho power of taxation and unjust and oppressive." AudrowJackwm was right, ntid tho Democratic platform of 1892 simply fo'lows hii vigorous declaration. Cincinnati Enquirer. r ro-veo HIE TA JIIFP IS A TAX. CALL C. W. STONE'S Ten miles south of PARENT AND SHELTER OF TRUSTS AND OTHER CONSPIRACIES. Tlio Hmintlro n MiifMlJiig Object Lomim to tho rooplo That tlio Tariff I Tnx anil That Consumer I'ny It on Ilotli Imported and DoniOHtlo I'rmlucts. Tho exact amount paid out of tho oworonrsrlfo.uilfnm. ..1TISA DTITYyou vnlnn fni viini- - tiiAnnv. Ilv to iret tlio hfat Kconomlze In yourfootwrnr byimrclinHlim v , 4J Douarlaa rihocii. which reorpscnt- tho bent .vol 'Tar - or prices ' aikcd, an tuousuutls .. wiu leatnjr. ill riT Oloverport, Kg, REAL is i a U ESTATE AND THIRD STRBBT Rental Agent OLOVERPORT. KY. Donjt road this column or you might bo tempted to invest your monoy. Do you want to buy Real Kstato? Call on U. I,, Nowjom. Do you want to rent a Farm T Call on R. L, News .in. Do you want to rent Citj proporty 7 Call on It. L. Nowsom. , Do you want tho beet and only desirable lot (or salo on Main, 50x175 feet for $800.00 7 Call on B. h. Nowsom.' Do you want to buy tho Cloverport Ilofol, tigr On tho Bowling Green street, . And get yotiruoods We buy to l and not to ki'pp, Therefore we'll sell you goods quite cheap chi-npst-l- CLOVERPORT, C. 42.50 42.00 43.50 WtjttntfttE FOR LADIES ( 5.00 44.00 M: 43.00 $2 50 42.25 42.00 QeK WVI 42.00 41.75 FOR i ririlUllVJ MILL. MANUFACTURERS OK it1 BOYS heifo corn-wtnee- s. Btl United States treanmy for sugar bounties during the last fiscal year was cents omitted. Of this total was paid on cnno sugar and $0,870,500 wont to cane planters in Louisiana. Tho attention of tho Now York organ of tho American Protectivo Tariff loague is invited to this fact That organ for many weeks has lieen printing a scries of pictures and short comments as conspicuously as possible on its first pago under tho heading "Tho Tariff Not a Tax," tho purport of which is that tho retail prico of tho articles pictured ia less than tho tariff rate. Now if the tariff is not a tax If It lowers prices in stead of raising them, as tho organ represents what excuso is thero for taking moro tlian ij.7 ,000,000 of tho money contributed by taxpayers and handing it over to tho growers of sugar cano, beets and sorghum and tho pooplo who boil down maplo sap? Tho samo McKinley congress which took tlio rovemjo duty, nvoraging two cents per pound, off from raw sugar, voted a bounty of two cents per pound upon sugar mado in America. Thopatne act tliat takes off tho duty grants tho bounty. This is an admission on tho face of tho McKinley act that tho tariff la a tax. It is tho plainest possiblo admission thnt tho tariff is not only a tax collected by the government on imported articles, but an cqunl tax on liko articles produced in the country, collected not by tlio government for public tiurpoeea, but by tho homo producers of tho articles for their private enrichment It is tlio plainest possible admission tbnt both tho tax colloctod by tlio govcrnmentand the tribute collected by individual producers, with tho helpof tho government, ia paid not by foreigners, but by American consumers of tho taxed articles. And tho facts correspond with the admissions of tho men who mado tho tariff. No soonor had tlio duty been taken off than down went tho price to the samo extent Consumers could get their sugar cheaper by tho amount of tho duty or a littlo more. And tiio prico has Btaid down ever since, oxoept as tho remaining duty on refined sugars has enabled tho refiners to put up tlw prico by conspiring together for that y W. STONE. f Ljavh FOR .stiwr-tottfs- .. s 41.75 hlP. K, 'c s, etc. We buy chickens, eggs, feitthets LihL4fi MSMMmmwmi m Bold tor L. GREGORY & CO., W. SHOE S3 SHOE BEST Headquarters far THE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. CENTLEEN, Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer. Cement, Mich igan Planter, Salt, Lime. Cnnl Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hnir, OTHER Hl'EQIAI.TIES In footwear aroot tho samo high grade, and represent a money value far beyond the prices charged. Seo that oomo cud prico uro stamped on bottom of each shoo. W. Ii. liousluB, UrocUtou, Mass. TAKKKOHUIWTITUTB. A; llowmer lliiltlblctoii, Cloverport, Ky. centrally located and doing a large business? Call on It. L. Nowsom, T. 8. I am now propared and havo full authority to offer said Hotel at a bargnin. Correspondence from abroad' solicited. This is a good chanco to eocuro the best and uiiit popular hotol In tho city, and no 'boom" prico asked. Do you want a loan nogntintod 7 Call on - A targe milliner ot It. L, Ncws.im. Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring always kept on hund. Orders by ensh promt-- ' It alUH. t the Have you money you wnnt- placed on safe security 7 Cull on B. L. Nowsom. Do you want money on short call ? Call on Do Hardinsburg Nursery, It. L, Nowsom, you war.t to rent a house 7 Kor next fill delivery. Order wliat you want Anything we luivcn't on band, vt will procure it for you nt the lowest r.ite. Wtatow Keep constantly on hand a largo stock of Manager tlnrdlnnburg Nursfry. HAKDINSIIIIUO ,KY FURNISHKl) DV THE LOUISVILLE ZACK. GREEN, Len. G. Herndon & Co., General Produce and Commission Merchants and Genera Storage. tST. LOUIS AIR LINE, (L. . E, A ST, L. H. R.) Call on It, L. Nowsom, P. S. flood paying renters can genoratly securn a houso. Let mo put a "bug In your car," B. Ii. Newsoin rents properly and collocti th rents on a commission of ten por cent, and, renting being with him, don't you know It plnco your proporty in his bands It jourieltg Why? Becauso ho Is CTkWiing a largo amount of property and t..Iflng nonpnylng-rontors- ' find It "unhealthy" and be soon gets rid of tnom, Newsom heart but few complaints from good renters, but the "bowl" comes from thoso fellows who do not want to pay, and to such be t,ianHP oUlty IsJBto SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO ays H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. Cnab wltb evory laic. Conslgnmonts jollcltoJ. LOUKVILLE. KY., Sept. 14, 10J. 8h!ppors should mark all packnos plainly, wltb shipper's name and address. UUTTEH. ,'. 18 Choice, country 2 poit-oOic- e St. Time-CaS- Louis, Evans ville South-Wes- t. AND ALL POINTS West and ia Effect Jul; 31, 1892. d Lt. Louisville 8:U6 a,m...8:25 p.m... 1:2V p.m. Arr di. uouis iuu pm ,.,d: u m EvaniTllle li20 ' 10:00p.m. For further information, call on or address, R. A CAMPBELL, ife Medium Common C'renuiery . ,. VA10S. IS (m 13 21 l) 14 ($ V fro'li 1'OULTltY. Old Ileni per lb Kuost'TJ Uto 1.1 Springers FKATIIEH8 l'rlmo, whlto goi.e Mixed 48 8 to 9 3 tu4 l0 U 49 "Id No. I. duck 25 38 10 (3) 30 25 (j( 40 HIDES, Dry Hint, good iilieoi. tklut WQOL. d irecu, rood llry f nit, guod 31 ii . (w K 7 26 (g ct, u 80 (lieaio, fine (lrc.no, coariie Merino ,, 30 (j) 32 22 (jj) 23 20 M 21 llurry and U..ti 14 (yj 18 HAY, OIIAIN, FEED. We quote prli'ei on boulivllle city whurli y IoSih ius uoaiaon geninei. It. Ii. Kewiom has about lixty rontors and EanrIllo, Ind. he don't wsnt any bnt paying ones. To good paying renters be will take special pains to J. B CAMPBELL, make them comfortable. D. P. I. L..UvllU, Ky CLOVERPOnT, KY. Do you wnnt a buuso built and pay for It In CityTIckot Omce,S. W. Cor. Third 3c Main St monthly Installments 7 For terms Louisville, Ky. Cull on B. L. Noweom. Do you want a forty horse power engine and. boiler. Call on It. L. Newsom. I nnlcullln Uarrllnphiirnr !. Ufaotnrn P D Do you want to start a Slack Barrel and LUUIOll'IblllUlUIIIOUUIt UtllCOlCIII III III Slave and Heading Factory with power aN N0.2TIMCTABLE. resdy attached T Call on B. L. Newsom. TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. Having about thirty acres of olty lots he would. soil a few "slices," and If you want a West Uound Trains Kast HoundTralni building lut Callon B.L. Nowsom. Daily Dnlly Dally Daily Do you want to pay your city taxet 7 ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun Call on It. h. Newsom. No.B No. 2 No. 6 No.l LouIsyIIIG) St Louis & Texas R, R. Co, Have you clalma'agalnit the city treasury? USOim Lv Irvlnirton Ar 9 30.ini g 3.5 12 10pm Oarhelil Call on the city treasurer and he will tell you 12 25 Harned 815 that B.Ji. Newsom, at City Tax Collector, al12 42 7 60 Haruiniburg ways keeps said treasury supplied with monoy. jfcTO. 118 Kirk 715 130 Jolly Claims' for collection solioited from cities 705 6 44 14S Glendcane abroad and prompt remittances made; 155 Dcintifer 8JI Many thanks for the large patronago I have 2 15im ar Kullsltough Iv 6 14 im 260 Itockvale 664 enjoyed. Tltlllllfr Rffuct 3 02 Until 5 29 3 14 Askins 5 21 R. L. NEWSOM. 32) 6 00 Oaks At 5:00 o'clck A, U, Wednezdaj July 29. '91 4 00im Ar I'ordsville Ia 4 45ain Oen'l Pass. Ag't, I I I Third Street Planing Mill, He will accommodato you If vou nav for It. and provided you stnnd to your side of tho bargain If you don't like hii way of dealing Call on Somobody Elso. "Oh I Sympathetic hypocrites j when your sympathy gets above your judgment don't blame the Inndlord quite so much, but call 'round at bit office and drop In $5.00 for tho special object of your sympathy and help pay hit rent. It will be dividing the loss on bad renters, and then you will fool better. Don't lot the landlord loio It all II" P. S. The abovo scripture Is addressed to Is Nowom hard hearted Call on Somebody Elao. T Not especially to. 18. TIME SCHEDULE Wcit Jloi.nd 63 i HAY. aston-LUler- Strictly choice Choice No. 2 Good Medium Uood Urlght Struw C011N. Choice whlto , (a) 14 00 ( H 00 (y) 12 HO 111 00 9 UU 1 60 (j) I 4 ., ,.-- 12i0 Traint STATIONS Iv.Un'n Eatt Hound Traim Mail Ss Kxpr's Expr's Dally B25pm 6 40 7 2(1 7 21 7 57 Mall A Dally 7 45.HII M Dally U Kxpr's Kxpr'. Dally 1 Cheaji whiskies are a mild form of poison Consumers uro warned against tholr nso. L DON'T TAKE POISON! III Harper's Nelson County Whiskey vnoico sneueu OATS. .y.,... WHEAT. U 01(a) 34 53 a 311 119 800 8 41 8 4S i'tar Kentucky St. Went Point 110 Iffiiii pos-slbl- d. No, S uuti 747 807 8 11 No. 2 ,nns; Derry wheat No. 2 Hud 900 908 917 U21 C8 4 21 817 8 27 8 37 8 47 920 9 31 MISCELLANEOUS. Tallow, er bbl Uectwux Sorghum por gallon ,, POTATOES. 1 Home flrown per barrel From itoro 2o to 60 per bu higher. DEANS. 1 .Michigan, hand picked 29 t 20 (a) 25 25 I 9 21 50 865 905 911 925 961 9 41 9S2 1000 10 10 9 30 9 46 1001 1010 SO to to 1 1 .indlaua Flat and mixed.,,,, " Nary Common and colored 1 60 to 75 to 1 1 65 to 75 60 00 00 Kentucky Training School. Mt. Storllng, Ky. 1018 1021 10 28 1031 Ull 1118 1121 11 2J 11 35 11 52.UI 12 1015 1023 1027 1030 1041 1060 1100 8 02 Howard llock Haven jUS.im 747 Long llraiich 1138 7.40 11211 7 31 llrandcnburic 7 27 Meade Springs 1125 1119 7 23 Hkton 11 11 7 IS Guston 1102 Irvlngton 66S 1063 6 48 Webster 1.0.111)11 rK 1043 6 40 1035 6 31 l'lerce 6 26 1030 Simple Stephensport 1023 618 1018 Addlion 613 1015 610 Holt 12 41 12 U 12 02pm 860 810 is a standard, liiiih crndo Kentucky Wlilskoy which reaches mo direct from Kontucky, nnd whoso purity I can coik scicntlouslyK'iarnnteo to tlioso hoeJting a stimulant for medicinal or social uso. Respectfully, 1 P.M.POPHAM, ' " CliOVEBPOBT, KY. Sklllman Hawesvllle I'etrie Falcon Caycu Cloverport Shop BANK OP 1001 967 U4i 933 9 26 9 20 6 67 5 63 6 40 630 6 22 HARDI1TSBUR& Capital Stock $25,000, D, P. BEABD, Prenldent. ' WILL MIIiLKB, VI?eTPredent. M. II. BEABD, Cashier. Appcnl-Ava-lanch- ONIONS. Northern, per bbl on arrival from More OAUDAUE. Per crate from store OKLEUY. Fancy wblto plumo per dos " Choice Cholco Oreen... I 50 to 2 50 ., 200 to 300 2 CO to 3 00 1060 1102 11 11 1216 1231) 07"i SI 24 131 122; Owensboro MHttlngly WorthliiL-to- Lewifimrt f'owcra I'ates Stanley n 915 9 09 615 611 6 05 4 48 4 35 4 25 861 837 8 27 ,. 35 to 4 20 to 25 ft) to 20 practical, liomtllke. Military ichool with collegiate course. Number limited; rooms (ull last tear. Apply earl;. Major C. W, FOWLER, Superintendent A 205pm j220am UK I HO 1246 816 806 7 65 413 4 0'. lilt 111 1 25pm ar.Henders'n Spottaville flankctta 737 7 29 Iv 365 3 37 3 39 0. W. BEABD 1 M0BBIS ESKBIDOE 713tm 316pn B. M, JOLtt. 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