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CLOVEHPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1892. sVivni.il HAWTHORNE. Adwtlilng Ii Not II should ft Bids Iiias. "' have the precedence of all other questions In the mind of the merchant who alma at success. The truly great merchants owe their success to Judicious advertising. VOL. XVII. K NO. d Irvington Milling By NATHANIEL COMPANY. Morcharit and Custom Millers, IRVINGTON, KY. Dimmcsdalo. "1 will go homo with you." said Mr. A Grain of tho Dealers and Manufacturers Highest Grades m c m a m or Roller Process 4 Roller Process Com nvea,l Bran, Shipstuff and r Amplo capital, tho beflt quality With n chill despondency, Hku ono awaking all nerveless from iui ugly dream, ho yielded" himself to tho jibyul-cla- n and wan lod awuy. Tho noxt day, howovor, being tho Sabbath, ho proachod a discourse which was hold to bo tho richest and most powerful and tho most reploto with heavenly influences that 'had over proceeded from his lips. Souls it is said mora eouit e brought to tho truth by than tho ofllcacy of that sermon, ami vowed within thomsolves to cherish a holy gratitudo toward Mr. Dimmcsdalo throughout, thn long hereafter. But as ho calno down tho pulpit steps tko gray bearded soxton met him, holding up a black glovo, which' tho ministor recognized as tla ov u. "It was found," said tho Boston, 'this morning on the bcnffold where ovii doers aro set up to public shamo. Satan dropped It there. 1 tnlso it, intending a scurrilous jest against your rovurenco. But indeed ho was blind and fool.sh,us ho ever and always is. A iraro hand needs no glovo to cover itl" "Thank yon, my good friend," said tho minister gravely, but startled at heart, for so confused was his rcmom-branc- o that ho had nlinont brought him-so- lf to look at tlw ovbnts of tho past night os visionary. " Yw, it bociiih to bo my glovo, indeedr "And, sinco satan saw fit to steal it, your rovoronco must noeds handlo him without gloves honccforward," remarked tho old sexton, grimly smiling. "But 'did your roverenco hear of tho portent that was seen last nigit? a great red lotter In tho sky tlw letter A, which Wo Interpret to stand for Angol. For, ns our good Governor Winthrop was mado an angel this past night, it was doubtless held fit that thcro should bo sumo notlco thereof." "No," answered tho minister, "1 had not liourd of it." ono-wer- of grain and modorn machinery, skillfully handled cnablo us'to results unsurpassed. Orders promptly pro-duc- CHAPTER XI. HKSTnit AND Till! PHYSICIAN. o fillcdand care- ful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. For any further information call on or address tho IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. IT" C ZEIS O iM E We have tho largest Pall Stock of DRESS GOODS, BOOTS, r SHOES, And CLOTHING Ever in the Oounty. have the We ASSORTMENT STYLES AND PRICES, 94, To please everyone. H i We are determined to do the business. Try to oomo early to avoid the rush. Bring your Dried Fruit for we are paying high- ' est markot pnoe for it. Special Sale. A . 200 pairs Misses' and Children's Shoes, - worth 76c. to $1.50 at 35c. 160 pairs Children and Boys' Boots . worth $1.25 to 2.00 at 75c X) pairs Mens' Boots, sizes 0 tb 11 worth $2.00 2.58 at $1.25 150 pairs Ladles' Calf Shoes worth $1.75 to 2.00 at 08c, Geo. Yeakel & Co., dap) SppHMtfe BRANDENBURG, KY. Mf.v.s'il lviih sssssKiW7 am isssssssssssssJstW sEJijJ fja. ruWAYNE'S !. nrfi I tor.Miu.lt4h. TinMtui a a OINTMENT! mx luttnil I mm i Wl "llffl IM tab- r Kl I f dr p nu. wnwrn im ah tsvM.J ' ktftda. ftOM. ktU. U&TtllsT tkisi ftlur.WhlLAslfulkaftltkJ H Mn M ft. A4iim Vn. J til' H JVUf Now things in writing papenaud lets at Bttbbcige'e, In her lato singular Interview with Mr. Dimmcsdalo, Hester Prynno was shocked at thy condition to which sho found tho clergymen reduced. His ncrvo seemed absolutely destroyed. His moral force was abased into moro than childish weakness. It grovolcd helpless on tho ground oven whilo his intellectual faculties 'retained their pristine strength, or had perhaps acquired a morbid? energy which disease only could havo given them. With her knowledgo of a train of circumstances hiddon from all others she could readily infer that, besides tho legitimate action of his own conscience, a terrfblo machinery had boon brought to bear and was still operating on Mr. Diinmesdalo'S well being and roposo. Knowing what this poor, fallen man had onco boon, hor wholo soul was moved by tlw shuddering terror with which ho had appealed, to ber tlw outcast woman for support against his insthcti"cly aiscoverea enemy. Sho decided, moreover, that ho had a right to hor utmost bid. Littlo accustomed, in her long seclusion from society, to raeasnro her ideas of right and wrong by any standard external to herself, Hester saw or scomod to 8cc that thcro lay a responsibility upon her, in rof eronco to tho clergyman, which sho owed to no othor, nor to tho wholo world besides, Tho links that united hor to tho rest of human kind-li- nks of flowors or silk or gold or what-ovtho material hud all been broken, Horo was tho iron link of mutual crime, which neither ho nor sho could break. Liko all other' tics, it brought along with it its obligations. Now, however, hor interviow with 'tho Reverend Mr. Dimmcsdalo, on tho night of his vigil, had given hor a now thomo of reflection, and held up to her an object that appeared worthy of nny exertion and snerifico for its attainment Sho had witnessed tho lntonso misory beneath which tho minister struggled, or, to speak moro accurately, hod ceased to struggle, Sho saw that ho stood on tho vorgo of lunacy, if ho had not already Bteppod across it It was to doubt, that whafevor painful efficacy thoro might bo in tho secret sting of remorso, a deadlier venom hod been infused into It by tho hand that proffered rellof. A secrot enemy had boon continually by. his Bido, undor tho semblance of a friend and holpdt, and bod availed himsolf of tho opportunities thus afforded for tampering with the delicato springs of Mr. Dimmeedalo's naturo. . Hester could not but ask herself 'whothor thoro had not originally been a defect of truth, courago and loyaKy on I hor own part in allowing tho minister to bo thrown into a position whero so much ovil was to bo forobodod and nothing auspicious to bo hoped. Her only justification lay in tho fact that sho had been ablo Jo discern no method of rescuing him from a blacker ruin than had overwhelmed horself, except by acquiescing in Roger ChilllngWorth'a sclicmo of disguiso. Undor that impulso sho had modo hor choice, and had chosen, as it now appearod, Uio moro wrotchod alternative of tho two. Sho determined to redeem hor error so far as It might yot bo posslblo. Strengthened by years of hard and solemn trial, sho folt hor-so- lf no longer so inadeqnato to copo with Roger Chillingworth as on tliat night, abased by sin and half maddened by the Ignominy that, was still now, whon they hat? talked togothor in tho prison chamber, Sho bad climbed hor way Binco then to a higher point Tho old man, on tho other hand, had brought himself nearer to hor lovel, or perhaps below It, ly tho rovuugo which ho had 1 stooped for. In flno, Hester Prynno resolved to! meet bur former husband, and do what might bo iu her power for tho rescup br tho victim on whom ho had so evidently set his griic, Tliooccasionwaenotlon to seek. One afternoon, walking with Pearl in a retired part of the peninsula, sho behold tho old physician, with a basket on one arm and a staff in the othor hand, stooping along the ground,' in quest of roots and herbs to his medicines wttnai. Hester .bftdeijttle Pearl run dowi or tno margin of tho water and play w ith tlw shells and tangled seaweed, until sho should havo talked awhllowith yonder gatherer of herbs. So tho child flow away liko a bird, and making baro her small whito feet went pattering along tlw moist margin of tho sea. Horo ami thoro slw camo to a full stop, and peeped curiously Into a jiool left by tho retiring tido as a mirror for Pearl to eoo her face in. Forth pooped at hor out of tho hx1, with dark, gliston-In- g curls around hor head, and an elf smile iu hor eyes, the imago of a littlo maid whom Pearl, having no othor playmate, invited to tako hor hand anil run o rjfco with hor. But tho visionary maid, on hor part, beckoned likowieo, '8 If to Bay: "This is a better placol Come thou into tho ooir And Pearl, stopping in mklleg deep, bolrcld hor own whito' fuct at tho bottom, whilo out of a Btill lower depth came the gleam of a kind of fragmentary biu'Io, floating to and fro in tho agitated water. Meanwhile her mother had accosted tho physician. "I would speak a word with you. said sho: "a word that coiicoms us much." "Aha! and Is it Mihtress Hester that has a word for old Roger Chilling-worth?- " nnswered ho, raiding hinmclf from his stooping posture "With all my heart! Why, mistress, 1 hear good tidings of you on all hands! No longer ago than yotbr ovo a magiHtrato. a wise and godly man, was discoursing of your affairs, Mistress Hooter, and whlHpored mo that thcro had been question concerning you in tho council. It was debated whether or no, with safoty to tho common weal, yonder scarlot lotter might bo taken off your bosom. On my life, Hester, 1 insulo my entreaty to the worshipful magistrate that it might be dono forthwith!" "It lies 'not In tho pleasure of tho magistrates to tako off litis badgo," calmly replied Hestor. "Wore I worthy to bo quit of it it would fall away of its own naturo, or bo transformed into something that should Bpcak a difforont purport." "Nny, then, wear it If it 6uit you better," rojolned ho. "A woman must needs follow her own fancy touching tho adornment of her person. Tho letter is gayly embroidered and shows right bravely on your bosom!" All this whilo Hester hud been looking steadily at tho old man, and was shocked as well as wonder smitten to been wrought discern what a chango upon him within tho last soven years. It was not no much that ho had grown older, for though tho traces of odvaucing Hfo wero visiblo lw boro his ago well and Bocmod to retain a wiry vigor and alertness. But ttw former aspect of an intellectual and studious man, calm and quiet which was what sho best remembered in him. had altogether vanished and been succeeded by an eager, search' ing, nlnwst fiorco, yet carefully guarded look. It Boeracd to bo his wish ond purpose to moik this expression with a nnllo, but tho latter played hint false y and flickered over his visago so that tho spectator could boo his blackness all tho better for It. Ever and anon, too, thcro camo a glare of red light out of his eyes, as if tho old man's soul wero on tiro and kept on smoldering duskily within his breast, until, by Bomo casual puff of passion, it was blowu Into n Momentary flume. This ho repressed as speedily as iKxssiblo and strove to look ns if nothing of tho kind had happened. In a word, old Roger Chillingworth was a striking evidence of man's faculty of tranbforming himsolf into a dovil if ho will only for n rcosonable sjjico of timo undertake a devil's ofllco. This nnhappy porson had effected such a transfonnn-- ' tion by devoting himsolf for seven years to tho constant analysis of a heart full of torturo and deriving his enjoyment thence, and adding fuel to thoso fiery tortures which ho analyzed nnd gloated Ut-U- hl lacked tho strength that could havo borne up, ns thino has, beneath a burden liko thy scarlet letter. Oh. I could reveal a goodly secrot! But onougal What art can do 1 havo exhausted on him. That ho now brouthoa and creeps about on earth Is owing all to mo!" "Better lw had died at onco!" said Hester Prynno. "Yen, woman, Ukto sayest trulyr" cried old Roger Chillingworth, letting tho lurid fire of his heart blaze out her eyes. "Bottcr had ho died at onco! Never did mortal suffer what this mau has Buffered. And all, all in in tho sight of his worst enemy! Ho has been conscious of nw. Ho has felt an influonco dwelling always upon him liko a curso. Ho know by some ppirit-u6onso for tho Creator never mado another being bo sensitive as this ha know thnt no friendly hand was pulling at his heartstrings, nnd thnt an oyo was looking curiously into him which sought only ovil and found it But ho know not that tho oyo nnd hand wore minot With tho superstition common to his brotherhood ho fancied himsolf given over to n fiend, to bo tortured with frightful dreams and dcbporato thoughts, the sting of rcmorho nnd despair of pardon, as a forctasto of what awaits him tho grnvo. But It was tlw constant shadow of my presoneo tho closest propinquity of tho man whom ho had most viloly wronged and who had grown to oxist only by this perpetual poison of tho direst rovongot Yea, indeedho did not err thoro was a fiond nt his olbowl A mortal man with once a huitn heart has bvoomo a fiend for his especial tormontt" Tho unfortnnato physician, whilo uttering these words, lifted his hands with a look of horror, ns if ho hod bo hold Bomo frightful slmini, which ho could not rocognizo, nsuiping tho placo of his own imago in a glass. It was ono of thoso moments which sometimes occur only nt luo Interval of years when a man's moral aspect is faithfully revealed to his mind's oyo. Not improbably, lw had novor boforo viewed himself as ho did now. "Hast thou not tortured him enough'" said Hester, noticing tlw old man's look. "Has ho not paid theo all'?" "No! no! Ho has but increased tho dobt!" answered tho physician; and as ho proceeded his manner lost its fiercer characteristics and subsided into gloom. "Dost thou remember mo, Hester, as 1 was nino years agoiie? Even then I was In tho autumn of my days, nor was it tlw early autumn. But all my lifo had been mado up of earnest, studious, thoughtful, quiet years, bestowed faithfully for the increaso of mino own knowledgo, and faithfully, too, though this latter object was but oisual to tho othor fuithfully for tho advancement bo-fo- ro al bo-yo- nd man." Ho waved his hand and betook himself ngnin to his employment of gathering herbs. "Bo It Bin or no," said Hester Prynne bitterly, as sho Btill gazed after him, "1 hato tlw man!" Sho upbraided horsolf for tho sentiment, but could not ovcrcomo or lessen so it Attempting to do In sho thought of thoso long past days a distant land, whon ho used toomorgoatovontido from tho seclusion of his study and sit down in tho firelight of their homo and in tho light of her nuptial smilo. Ho neodod to bask himsolf in that smilo, ho said, in ordor that tho chill of bo many lonoly hours among his books might bo taken off tho scholar's heart. Such scones had onco appeared not othcrwiso than happy, but now, as viowed through tho dismnl medium of her subscquont lifo, thoy classed thomsolves among her ugliest romombrancos. Sho marveled how snch scones could havo lioen. Slw marvclod how sho could ovor havo boon wrought upon to marry him. Slw doomed it hor crimo most to be repented of that sho had over endured nnd reciprocated tho lukuwnrm grnsp of his hand, and hud Buffered tlw suiilo of hor lips nnd eyes to minglo aud molt Into his own. And it seemed a fouler offenso committed by Rogor Chillingworth thnn nny" which had sinco been dono him that, in the timo whon hor hoart know no better, ho had persuaded hor to fancy hcrsolf lmppy by his side. From a standpoint of present profit the policy now being pursued by o 's LoVy'S, L o u i s v i Greatest Clothing Home, in Temporary Quarters, 321 West Market, is perDut haps a bad one. from a standpoint of future benefit to be derived from present popularity, this policy gives every assurance of being a most successful one. Tho Policy 18 to sell Clothing, Hats and Furin nnd out nishings, 1 1 IT MAY BE of season, the whole timo during which the Temporary Quarters will be occupied, nt prices fully thnn lower were ever made in the old house (soon to be nBW, on the old corner)? The new Fall Stock the largest ever put in, which Levy's stock is bound to one-fourt- h PRODIGAL, BUT be every season sold is being IT'S POPULAR. at these "policy" YOU want to in prices. vestigatc. Come, or send a Hall Order with cash. CLARENCE M. GORDO! of human welfare. No life had boon moro peaceful and innocent than mino; fow lives bo rich with benefits couferrod. Dost thou rcmomber me? Was 1 not though you might doom me cold, never- dori-rivel- -- theless a man thoughtful for others, craving littlo for himself kind, tmo, just nnd of constant, if not warm affections? Was I not all tbisT "All this and more," fiiid Hester. "And what am I now?" demanded lw, looking into her face and permitting tho wholo ovil within him to lw written on his features. "I havo already told thee what am! A fiend! Who mado 1 mo bo?" "It was myselfr cried Hester, shuddering. "It was 1 uot loss thnn ho. mor Why host thou not avougetl thyself on ovor. Tho scarlet letter burned on Hester Here was anothor Prynno's bosom. ruin, tho responsibility of which camo partly home to her. "What sec you in my face," asked tho physician, "that you look at it bo earnestly?" "Something thnt would mako mo weep if thoro wore nny tears bitter enough for it." answered she. "But let It pass! it is of yonder miscrtiblo mau that 1 would speak." 0 ''And what of him?" cried Rogor Chillingworth eagerly, as if ho. loved tho topic and Wore glnd of an opportunity to dlBcuss it with tho only porsou of whom he could mako a confidant "Not to hldo tho truth. Mistress Hester, my thoughts happen just now to bo busy with tho gentleman. So Bpcak freely, and I will mako answer." "When wo last spuko together," said Hester, "now soven years ago, It was your pleasure to extort a promise of Boorecy as touching tho former relation botwixt yourself and mo. As tho lifo nnd good famo of yonder man wero in your hands, thoro Boomed no choice to mo savo to bo silunt iu accordance With your bohest Yot it was not without honvy misgivings that 1 thus bound myself, for, having cast off all duty toward othor human beings, thcro remained a duty towurd him, und something whispered me that 1 was betraying it in plodging mytclf to keep your counsel. Sinco that day no man is bo near to him as you. You tread behind his ovcry footstep. Yuu nro beside him, sleeping and waking. You search his thoughts. You burrow and ranlcle iu his heart Your clutch Is on hie lifo, nnd yon caubo him to die daily a living death, and still ho knows yon not. Iu permitting' this1 1 havo surely acted a falBO part by tho only man to horn tbo power was left mo to bo truot" "What choice had your oskwl Roger Chilllngwjtrth., "My fiugcr. pointed at tills man wohM bare hurled biui froin Mrfpulpit into"a':hHfcon thefiooJpoT-advotrturPryrme, ."Ithnd to' tlw'gftlfif whr boe bolter sot" said Hester 3 "What ovil haw 1 dono tho manr" asked Rogor Chillingwort'u again. ''1 toll theof Hester Prynno, tho richest' fco that ever physician earned from monarch oould not havo Iwuglit such caro as I havo wasted on this misomblo priest! But for 'tuy aid his life would bar? 'burned away lutormeute withiu the first two 'years after the perpetration of his For, Ussier, hU spirit 0NrlM6'Mi4tfcrne. -- "1 hnvo loft theo to tho scarlet letter," replied Rogor Chillingworth. "If that havo not avenged mo I can do no moro!" Ho laid his finger on it with a smilo. "It has avongod theo!" nnswered Hester Prynno. "1 judged no lens," said tho physician. "And now, what wonldst tlion with mo touching this man'?" "1 must rovoal tho secret," answered Hester firmly. "Ho must discern theo in thy true character. What may bo tlw result. 1 know not But this long debt of confidoneo, duo from mo to him, whoso bano and ruin I have boon, shall nt length bo paid. So far as concerns tho overthrow or preservation of his fair famo and his oarthly stato, and his life, lw is in thy hands. Nor do I whom tho scarlet lottor has disciplined to truth, though it bo the truth of rod hot Iron entering Into tho eoul nor do 1 porcoivo such ndvantago in his living any 16ngor a lifo of ghastly emptiness thnt I shall stoop to implore thy morcy. Do with him as thou wilt! Thoro Is no good for him no good for mo no good for thoo! Thcro is no good for littlo Pearl! Thoro Is no path to guido us out of this dismal maze!" "Woman, 1 could well nigh pity theol" said Rogor Chillingworth, unablo to restrain a thrill of admiration, too, for there was a quality almost majestic in the despair which sho expressed. "Thou hadst groat elements. Poradvontnro. hadst thou mot earlier with a bettor love than mino, this ovil had not boon. I pity theo for tlw good that lias boon wasted in thy uature," "And I thoo," answered Hester Prynno, "for tho hatred that has transformed a wise and just man to a fiond! Wilt thou yot purgo it out of theo and bo onco more human? If uot for his sako, then doubly for thlno own. Forgive, and leave his further retribution to tlw Power tlmt claims it 1 said, but now, that thoro oould lw no good event for him br thoo or mo, who aro hero wandoring togothor in this gloomy inaro of ovil and stumbling at every step over tho guilt wherewith wo havo strewn our path. It is not bo! Thoro might bo good for theo, and thoo alotio, Binco thou hast been deeply wronged, nnd hast it at thy will to panlon. Wilt thou givo up thnt only privilege? Wilt thou reject that pricelosa bonefitT "Poaco, Hester, peacol" replied tho old man, with gloomy sternness. "It is not granted mo to pardon. 1 havo no such power as thou tellest mo of. My old faith, long forgotten, comes back to of mo and explains all that wo do and all wo suffer. By thy first stop awry thou didst plant the germ of ovil, but eince that moment it has all boon a dark nocessity. Yo that havo wrongod me aro not sinful, savo iu a kind of typical illusion; noltlior am 1 iiondllko, who havo snatched u fiend's ofllco from hi han48. It is our fnto. Let the blaok The "Gem" Shirt is the best. Sower blossom as it may I Now go thy ways, and deal thou wilt with youdpr bo found nt Bawiaok'b. por-chan- co "Yes, 1 hate hiinC repeated Hester, INSTRUCTOR IN 4 more bitterly than before. "Ho Ho has done mo worw mo! TYPE-WRI- TI SHORT-HAN- D wrong thnn did him!" Let men tremble to win tho hand of -woman, unless they win along with it AIbo (In connection with Weaver's Business College.) the utmost passion of lwr heart! Elso it Book-keepin- g, may bo their miserable fortutw. as it Penmanship and Arithmetic. was Roger Chillingworth's, when somo The Graham System, Oaligraph and mightier touch than tlioir own may havo awakened all hor sensibilities, to bo reRemington Type-writproached oven for tlw calm content, tho The only College in tho Stato of Kentucky indorsed by Official Report?! mnrblo imago of happiness, which thoy Established in ISM, and during the first year One Hundred Pupils wi j will havo imposed upon her as tlw warm reality, But Hester ought long ago to Enrolled. This speaks for itself. havo dono with this injustice. What did We Get you a Situation as Soon as you Become it betoken? Had seven long years under Oompetent to hold one. tho torturo of tlw scnrlot letter inflicted bo much of misery and wrought out no Wrlto to the RKFKRENCKS Charles A. Graham. Clarence E. Walker, tho lending Official Stenographers of tho city. repentance? Tho emotions of that briof spaoo, for information. For cntnlogue, address n, whilo bIw stood gazing after tlw crooked ZMZ. figure of old liogor Chillingworth, throw Corner Fourth and Market Streots, L0UI8VILLE, KY. a dark light on Hester's state of mind, revealing much that slw might not othcrwiso havo acknowledged to horsolf. Ho being gone, Ho summoned back her child. CHAPTER XH. Headquarters for PASTOR AND PAntSIIlONER. Hester Prynno remained constant in A NEW LOT OF- her rosolvo to mako known to Mr. Dimmcsdalo, at whntovor risk of present pain or ulterior consequences, tho truo char-actDrills, Fertilizfir. Cement, Mich of tho man who had crept Into his Grain iftan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil several days, however, mtimncy. For by the Barrel, Plaater Hair, sho vainly sought an opportunity of addressing him in somo of tho meditative & walks which sho know him to bo in tho habit of taking along tlw shores of tlw alpeninsula or on tho wooded hills of tho Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring Orders acways kopt on hRnd, neighboring country. Thoro would havo companied by cash prompt LOADED SHELLS, ETC. been no scandal, indeed, nor peril to tho It filled. holy whiteness of tlw clergyman's good famo had bIw visited him in his own Tho largest stock of study; whoro many a penitent, oro now. CALL AT had confessed sins of porluips as deep a dyo as tlw ono betokened by tho Bcarlot C. lottor. But, partly that sho drcadod the secret or undisguised intcrforenco of old Roger Chillingworth, and partly that hor conscious hoart imputed suspicion whero nono could havo been felt, and Ten miles south of partly that both tho minister and she would noed tho wholo wido world to IN THE G'UUMKY. brcatho in whilo thoy talked togothor roaaons Hestor novor On tho Bowling Green street, for all thoso -- : thought of meeting him in any narrower And got your goods cheap. privacy than benoath tho open eky. Wo buy to sell nnd not to keep, S:S-Sr&S-SS'At last, whilo attending in a sick Si3ci'.'33S-see wo'll sell you goods quito chenp chamber, whithor tlw Rovorend Mr. Therefore C. W. BT0NE. Dimmcsdalo had been summoned to Comploto lino of everything usually kept in a iriake n prayer, sho learned that ho had P. fa'. Wo buy chickens, eggs, feathers gono the day before to visit tho Apostlo hides, etc. Eliot among his Indian converts. He would probably return by n certain hour in tho afternoon of tho morrow, Betimes, therefore, tho noxt day Hester took littlo Poarl, who wad necessarily tho companion of nil her mothor'B expeditions, howovor inconvenient hor presence, and set forth. DON'T FORGET THE PLAOE Tho road, after tho two wayfarers had crossed from tlw peninsula to tho mainTOBINSPORT, IND. land, was no other than a footpath. It mystery of the straggled onward into tho primoval forest. This hemmed (it in so Wo wish to Bay to tho farmers of narrowly and stood bo bbch and der e on eithor sido, and disclosed such Im- adjoining counties and all who aro perfect glimpses of tho sky above, that to interested in Hester's mind it imaged not amiss the moral wildorncss in which sho had bo long been wandering. Tho day was chill and soiubor. Ovorhoad was a gray expanse of cloudy That wo can furnish you with as slightly stirred, howovor, by a brcezo, good quality of trees, and in many so that a gleam of flickoring sunshine might now nnd then bo seen at its soli- respects better than any other tary play along tho path. This flitting 401-4- 07 had a vast amount of cheerfulness was always at tlw farther extremity of somo long vista through wo claim that our Btock is tho forest Tho sportlvo sunlight Our work is as good as tho best. feebly sportlvo at best In tho predomi- principaly dono dono by ourselves, nant ponsivenesa of tho day and scene and thus wo avoid tho many mis withdrew itsolf as thoy camo nigh, and othor growors of loft tho spots whero it had danced the takes mado by What you buy drearier bocauso they had hoped to find Nureery stock. from us can bo roliod upon as being thorn bright From I to 500' horse power. truo to name ond of oxcellont qualicontinued. 4 1 w.' ml tx k er ClsbierLce 3-oxd.o- GREGORY & CO., JUST RECEIVED1 Reapers and Mowers, or Pine Poplar Shingles Gr:U:IV: -H W. STONE'S Heating Stoves New Patterns and Styles CLOYERPORT, Nursery Fruit Growing POLK'S Hardware Stori Gloverport, K.tj. PAYNE & CO,! & B East Main St., HARRY GUENTHER co P"W":b:n"s:bo:e3o, tz" - lEIfcTG - IlsriES: MACHINE AYER'S PILLS cure constipation, dyspepsia, jaundice, sick headache. remedy for all disorders the stomach, liver, THE BEST and bowels. Every Dose Effective It can ri Tho Nursery having stood tho . DO GENERAL tost of half a century, claims that fr J- f it is as good as any other, as BUSH it is said "makes perfect." Our prices aro correspondingly low, and will bo mado known to all Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, -. Wo who will writo for thom. and Shinglo Machinos Cano' Mills and Evaporators, Lath of fruits that handlo all kinds ICoop in Stock Now and Second - hand Machinery, crowors noed in our latitudo, and wo aro if you will givo us a trial Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Bolting, Buro wo will ovor after bo Iron and Wood Pulloys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods rionds. Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. & Bro. W. R. t jtipPRI0ES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. TOBINSPORT, IND. Corroapondonco solicited. ty. -- t- -I co FOUNDRY AND J' Polk Senators, Congressmen, Judges, great Ijiwyera, Professore, ALL pronounco tho I. W. HARPER WHISKEY superior to tbo finest French Urandy. Tho leading physicians prcFcribo it on account of its purity. For sale by 0-T.-V- TTS .A. j. are: P. M. POPHAM, ClOVBRPOBT, H7, rFintlIlg 1 Such m Bill Heads, ' SUtetMptffi amphlets qom glyle at thii Otto mmmmmmmsmm EfiK-1 Breckenridge News. . in tho county, is expending tho pcoplo's ' NO D. A VinOtL O. nAnilAGK, Editors and money pretty freely. Tho News does L Proprietors. not know tho necessity for opening these , - roads, but tho caso must havo been exi Ii.,Kt, Ii.&T. Local Tlmo Unrtl. ceedingly urgent, on ono at least, for it I Mall and Express going Bait 10.01 a.m. a.m. to havo cost tho county SS00. -- lu.4 v" west Kxprets WEDNESDAY, SWTEMHKR 28, 1802. Ovku eleven hundred dollars appropriated at ono hitting of the County Court to open and establish two public roads irelrkt " " ' Wnat ut East Wait 6.47 0.48 11.19 ..10.05 p.m. n.m. a.m. a.m. OUR CANDIDATES. opened tho Democratic campaign in Now York last week in a speech to ten thousand people. In his opening remarkH ho paid tltat ho was still n Democrat and would help fight tho battlo for Cleveland and his party. Mr. Hill coming thus beforo tho country and tho party of his own state, will do much to encourago them nnd strcnghtcn confidence elsowherc. Ho is a great party leader and tho stand ho takes for Cleveland in tho present campaign will undoubtedly unite an element in New York heretofore opposed to Cleveland and glvo tho Democrats tho Btatc in November. Senator David B. Hill it emocratic Ticket. FOIl PSESIDKNT, How's This I Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Howard for any Caso of Catarrh that cannot bo GROVER FOR CLEVELAND, T OF NEW YOUK. I' ADLAI E. STEVENSON, OF ILLINOIS. FOH CONGKESS 11, A. B. MONTGOMERY, cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, tho undersigned, havo known F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, nnd believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactons and financially able to carry out any obligation mado by their firm. West & Tiiuax, Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo, 0. Waldino, Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo, 0. HARQIHSBURG OF HAUDIN COUNTY. FOK CinCUIT JUDGE DEPARTMENT. T. R. McBEATII, OF GRAYSON COUNTY. L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. WKST. COINO Pasienger Dally arr. Hardinsburg. .12:42 p.m. 001X0 EAST. lm COMMONWEALTH'S ATTOHNKY Passenger Dally arr. HarJlmburg.. 7:50 a.iu WEED S. CIIELF, OF HARDIN COUNTY. "? FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK Go to Hardin & Brown's for cheap groceries. Mrs. Kate Beard has heed 'tiito ill for R. S. SKILLMAN, FOR SHERIFF F. K. RHODES. Jlrts. Harrison was removed from "Loon Lake last Wednesday io Washing- (ton. i Gen. A. G. Weibsekt, of Milwaukc, of tlic fcsvas chosen Commander-in-Cliic- f IG'. A. It. at Washington. kMn. 15i.aine thought so little of the success of his party that he stayed away from the election in Maine last week. of the Grand Army of Republic in Washington last week nas tho largest in the history of the or 10 several days. Sir. T. C. Lewis and his son are improving rapidly. Butter, eggs, chickens, dried fruit, &c, at Beard & Becler's. Mr. John It. Jarboc is a candidate for e commissioner. Mrs. O'Connel is hero this week visiting her son Mr. Patrick Dillon. We lead all other firms here in prices on family groceries. Hardin & Brown. Bacon, Lard, Flour nnd all kinds of staple groceries always on hand at Hardin poor-hous- it lirow n'n. The meeting ganization. ' k No surpriso need be felt over tho mini- prol postal cards read wiien tliero aro IXW women in charge of irastotllces in tlie United States. . With but one exception tho lawyers throughout this district, we understand, Kavor tho election of T. 11. McHcath for If ircuit Court Judge. tho greatest attraction at Washington for the veterans of tho G. A. ft. was that mill of Undo Sam's that vrinds out tho dust for thorn every three unonths all tho year round. J limci-sot- L'koimiily Tun shooting oi Juntor leucker at , by an unknown assasin in the irk, was sulllcient to arouso tho indig-ktio- n of tho pooplo irf his community Ki thoy should not rest or sleep until (.coward is brought to justice. IHov. A. B. MoNTCiojinnY has uiven out L'ifow annointmentn to une.'ik in this Jaunty next month. His first speech Fin to at tianlinsinirg, tno Mini Alon-.iHis race for Congress will not bo oso enougli in this district to bo inter- King, lie has practically a walk over y. Fr Klltnr ...V UIOIUtUIQWl.11 fm. . ...., lm lio ln..i,lalinj1 E. wuuip, speaKingon tho force Hill said: view of all this I must confess that Svha(over specious prctonso may bo put forward as to tho objects of tho measure, W look upon tho Forco Dill as ono of tlio ditlt. W.W.M '" most wrcckless, most cruel, most revolt ing partisan contrivances ever devised." 3UKTY ntriislo In regard to his nnnointmont Clerk, J. E. Monarch, receiv- letter last weok from the Hon. John ptuppo'iiuiieiiu) iu HjiuiiK in n.en- havo to' bo fixed by tho yo-l- d eratfc State Central Committee. has written to the chair- rf the Stato Central Comraitteo re- ling that they fix an apointinent lor Mr. Carlisle to speak. Tho rc- ''t will doubtless bo complied witlij YPpprtfill havo Mr. Carlislo with us. rieeu liM.serviccs as matters stand A speech in this county from a Ike Carlislo, would arouso the cinoorata and put now lifo into tho iinribeta of tho party in ovcry section of touiily. Tho great principles of tar- onn should bo discussed hero JpTlig our people, and handled by a Jk like Carlislo, they aro bound to bo Effective. Many good men havo gono off Iroin tho party under a mistaken idea of Tins is a campaign of io situation. ucation and wo need it in our county oanvass, that tho peoplo may vote Those who have left our ,prty aro only away temporarily and nro nun wuy IIi IU cuuiu uut u;uiu righted up. Tho principles of Dora- :y are sacred to tho peoplo and thoy icatej and bellovo in them becauso wo le-- l or tho good of our great ry . Let us all join iu and help tho icrovcr wo can and push it on to EpWkn this county during the pres. l f 1..IM. ruiu mm LCaunmigu. mi. v,inniu ....! H..I nemanus uponnim, irJSMf100 '"""y Hon. D. 11. Severs came down from Frankfort Saturday. He w ill be at home about ten days. Mr. Lee Bibhop was nominated by the Democrats hero last Monday for constable in this precinct. Tho stock of goods hero belonging to Win. Bell was attached by Louisville creditors last week. Burl Beard was about tho best pleased man in town last Saturday over there-sui- t of the babe ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Will Moorman, of Planters Hall, were in tho city last Saturday visiting Mrs. J. D. Beeler. John It. Jnrboo bought Mr. Charles Heston'H farm lying on tho Hardinsburg nnd Cloverport turnpike for $500. boots Bargains in clothing, nnd shoes, Ac, for cash or exchange for Beard & Heeler's. produce at Hon. Wilbur T. Haywnrd, State' elector for this district will speak at the courthouse in this place on Tuesday, Oct. 4th. Fertilizers aything from tho cheapest phosphates to tho best bono meal at Beard A Heeler's. Mrs. V. Daniel is adding something to the looks of her home surroundings by treating her front fence to a fresh coat of paint. Mrs. Ed. Sheliuan and children, of Louisville, nnd Forrest Frymire.of Chcy-nnu- lt were visiting Mrs. D. II. Severe hut week. Tho storehouse and lot in Stephens-por- t formerly occupied by Hnnks Bros., is now for sale. Apply to W. K. Barnes, agent. Mr. Will Hardin who has been confined at home for somo time by sicknebs, is ablo to be out again nnd attending to business. Miss Iiono Board dismissed her school nt Stephensport last week on account of sicknesv among the scholars and camo home. She will resume in about two weeks. The friends of Rnpluel Hnrsley, living near Hudsouville, celebrated his i'lbt birth-daono day last week, by giving him nnd others n big freo dinner. Miss Lucy Frank, of Bewleyville, was in tho city last Saturday nnd Sunday the guest of Miss Lillio Scott. Miss Lillio returned home with her Monday morning. Go to S. II. Ilnffoy A Co.'s for clothing. Closing out sale. Every nrticlo in this lino goes nt cost. Heinember with every $10 worth of goods, we givo a flno crayon portrait freo of charge. Thd gamo of ball last Saturday proved to bo a good thine" for tho town. There was a largo crowd here, and tho merchants report n larger day's sales than they hnvo hud for Home time. A number of tho young men of this place w ill shoot at clay pigeons hero October Oth, for a beautiful shell case. now on exhibition at B. F. Beard A Co.'s. All thobo who wish to take part in tho shooting must register beforo tho 30th of September. Mr. JamcR T. Itobards fold his farm, lying on tho pike, during tho month of August, to Henry Jolly. Mr. Hobards has not decided what ho will do, but ho will not follow fanning any longer. Tho county candidates oponed tho camMonday. Nono paign nt tho court-hous- o of them had anything of wpecinl importance to say to tho people except their strong appeal for votes. All of them aro clever gentlemen and w.111 doubtless muka n pleasant cauvnfB, dry-good- s, y Mr. J. D. Beeler sold hlsapplo orchard to David Talbotl, of Ellzabethlowii last week for $250. Apples aro scarce in this Bection, and thcro will not bo enough around hero to supply tho homo demand. Mrs. Millio Ann Atcr, an old Indy living in the neighborhood of Sample, was declaired itnbecilo by tho County Court last Tuesdny and a committco appointed to take chargo of her estate. Slio is about eighty years of age, and has estate sufficient to support her if properly managed. Mr. Grnnvillo S. Wilson and Miss Annio Lyons, daughter of Mr. James Lyons, were married Sunday evening at 4 o'clock nt tho bride's homo near this place, llcv. A. N. Whittinghlll performed tho ceremony. Mr. Wilson is tho assistant teach-i- n tho public school hero. Ho and his new brido aro stopping at Mr. Vessel's hotel for the present. Tho game of base ball played hero last Saturday by tho homo boys and tho Owcnsboro club, was tho most exciting gamo wo havo had hero for somo years. That our peoplo nppreciato the diamond as well as thoy do elsewhere, was attested by tho fact that something liko four hundred of thorn wore present to witness tho gamo. An admission fee of twenty-fiv- e cents was collected at the gato, but this did not keep tho crowd away. Tho people paid their money nnd went in just the same. Numbers wcro present from Cloverport and elsewhere, and all were pleased with tho game. Our boys did excellent playing and won by a score of 8 to 7. Tho gamo was exciting all tho way through and considering that the homo boys wcro putting themselves against a team of regular professionals, they felt that thoy had won quito a victory in beating tho game. During tho month of August Sheriff De.Temett ordered from John 1'. Morton A Co., tho booths to bo used nt tho coming election under tho now law. Tho law requires that tho Sheriff shall purchase tho booths instcaJ of the county judge. Thcro will bo thirty used in tho w hole county. They aro three feet square and six feet high, and tho whole number cost the county $'05. Thoy nro made of steel tin and can bo used for several years. There will be two booths at n voting placo allowing two men to vote nt once. A voter is only allowed thrco minutes in tho booth to cast his vote. In caso ho can't read tho clerk of the election fills his ticket in tho presence of the judges. A man can vote as he pleases, nnd when tho election is over no ono can tell how he voted. No one is allowed within fifty feet of the polls but the officers of the election. Thcro will not bo a pen built fifty feet long as some people suppose, and the voter put in it and shot up to tho booths, but tho booths will bo placed in a house fifty feet from tho crowd on the street nnd a man can walk up to it in tho presence of the officers and cabt his ballot. Tho polls must bo opened precisely ut 7 o'clock and closed promptly at 4. BEWLEYVILLE. New goods nt the cash store this week. Mr. A. Benuelt went to Hardinsburg JIELLEN BLAZES ! HARNED. Still dry and dusty. Wo need a barber bad. Mrs. S. M. Moody is visiting . Mondny. Mr. P. Fontaine, Brandenburg was in town Sunday. Miss Ellen Flarerty, of Flarerty, is visiting Miss Cclcsto Bcavln. Mr. Ilobt. Jolly, of Louisville, attended tho marriage Thursday evening. Miss M. B. Paul, who is teaching in tho country, was at homo Sunday. Mrs. Thomas Ditto and family aro visiting tho family of Mr. Gerard Footo. Mrs. G. P. Jolly, of Hardinsburg, was with her daughter, Mrs. W.J. Plggot lost week. Misses Victoria Payne and Mary Paul, visited Miss Ada Shumate, of Hill Grove, last weok. MlwTLilllQ Scott, of Hardinsburg, was tho guest of Miss M. Bettio Drury Thursday evening. Miss B. Ada Drury, of Kentucky college, Pewco Valley, was at home Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wathcn, of Irving-toattended tho Cox-Jol- ly marriage Thursday evening. Kcv. Itobt. Hnrdaway, of Piano, 111., nftcr a visit to his parents, "Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Hardaway, left for homo Friday. Ucv. Buchanan will begin n scries of meetings at tho Baptist church tho 4th Sunday in October. He will bo assisted by Bov. W. H. Williams of Litchfield. Mr. W. W.Kenth, of tho L. St. L. A T. Brldgo force, who had his collar bono broken last Mondny afternoon while jumping from an overturning car on tho L. II. A W. B. R., is improving slowly. Married at tho M. E. chinch Thursday evening Sept. 23d, nt 8:30 p. in., Mr. Bion Jolly, of Hardinsburg, and Miss Susio Cox. Tho brido was attended by her sister, Miss Jennie Cox, Miss Ellen Munford and Mis Luln Jolly, all of whom wero beautifully nttlred in white; tho groom was attended by Messrs. Edward n and Morris Beard, nnd Mr. Carlt who wero very becomingly attired in tho regulation suits of black. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott received in honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jolly from 9 to 1 o'clock Thursday evening. n, Rich-nrdso- But tho Ex Magistrate of Hudson, Scoros it to tho "Animal" of Hardinsburg. her father "Let Dogs Delight to bark nnd Bite, And Oats to Scratch and Me.r," But We'll Keep out tho Family Fight, or Wo'll be in it Too. A IIOASTING I.F.TTl'H. EniTon Nkws. Dkak, Siii: I wish I o reply in your valunblo paper, as it is tho Havo tried almost every known remedy for Itching Piles without success, finally bought a box of Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo, and it cured me. C. D. lias-kin- s, Peoria, 111. For salo by Short A Haynes, Cloverport; nnd Beard A Beeler, Hardinsburg. IRVINGTON. Mr. McGlothan spent Sunday nt Sul- phur springs. Mr. Ab. Newman, of Louisville, was in What shall it prolan man if ho gain the wholo world nnd then has tho dyspepsia bo bad that he can't enjoy any of the good things it contains? Ho won't havo dysiepsia if ho takes Do Witt's Little Early ltisers. For sale by Short A Ilaynes.Cloverpor nnd Beard A Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. STEPHENSPORT. Mrs. Jas. Crawford was in Louisville last week. School closed last week on account of scarlet fever. Mrs. Wakefield, of Nelson county, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. P. Stiles. Drs. Brucker and Ladd, of Tell City, havo made several trips to see Joo Best during his illness. Miss Georgia Hawkins returned from Louisville Saturday with a full lino of fall millinery. Call on her if you want something the latest. Mrs. Fred Petrie, of Petrio Station ; Miss Jake Best, of Evausville; Pete Best, of near Tell City and Mrs. Sam Lucas, of Louisville, wero called to tho bedside of their brother, Mr. Joseph Best, last weok who is dangerously ill. , Alfred Nail Stiles, 8 years old, son of Mrs. nnd Rev. S. P. Stiles, died Tuesday, Sept. 20, 18!)2 of diphtheria. He had only been ill a fow days and his death "was a Bad shock to his family nnd friends. His father nnd brother were absent at tho tlmo of his death, which mado it bo much sadder for them when called home. Ho was a bright, sweet child nnd all loved him. His body was taken Wednesday to Bloomfiold, Ky., for burial. Besides parents, ho leaves two brothers and ono sister to mourn his loss. But they should look to n higher power for comfort in this their great trouble. Bill Sterrett town this week. Mr. D. R. Cullj; of CI. ver, ort, was in town Sunday. Mis Ella Gooddon, of Hawesvillc, was in town Tuesday. Mr. Ken Wathcn went to Louisville Sunday evening. Tho creamery will bo ready to begin work Wednesday. Mr. W. W. Williams, of Henderson, was in town Thursday. Mrs. W. E. Brown is visiting her old homo at Pnradiso, Ky. Miss Lula Payno, of Lodiburg, is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. P. E. Frost. Born to tho wifo of Dr. Eugeno Bowley Sept. 25th, a seven pound boy. Dr. J. C. Bush will bo at tho McGloth-la- n Houso four days next week. Mr. J. A. Cono, of Hess, Henlo A Co,, Louisville, was in town Thursday. Miss Re Washington is visiting her sister, Mrs. Harry Majorat Louisville. Messrs. J. L. and D. II. Henry, jr.,wero in Louisville several days last week. Mrs. Garland Hcndrick returned Mondny from a visit to relatives in Oklahoma. Mr. Richard Tydings, of Louisville, Is visiting tho family of Mrs. Annio Hcnr-don. Describes the Earnest Workers' Excursion. Tho Christian Endeavor social excursion, which cntno over tho Texas road from Owcnsboro and way points Monday was composed of tho represenativo peoplo of all tho towns along that splendid lino. Unliko tho average excursion, this ono was free from that rabbleand drunkenness that nro both annoying nnd dangerous, nnd was inado pleasant in every paticular. Tliero wero almost n thousand people on tho train, and thoy mado quito a show on tho nvenuo where most of them spent tho pntiro day, nnd, indeeb,thogreat majority of Louisvillo's pretty girls wero eclipsed by tho wonderful beauty of many rural nnguls, whose o' these loveliness nnd grace hnvo been fashioned by the sunshine nnd tho shadows of unaided nature, and whoso souls havo beon tuned to real music by (ho twilight songs of tho katydid and tho robin. Among thoso lovely girls who wero tho cynosuro of all eyes while on Fourth wtreot may bo mentioned the Misses Bowmer, of Cloverport, Misses Bush, Archer, Honnon and Powers, of Hawcsvlllo, and Misses Tylor, Tompkins and Luckott ,of Owensbero. rosy-cheek- Mibsrs. Otto and Haygood who wcro wounded in tho wreck on tho L. II. & W. Tuesday aro improving, Mrs. Mary Brown returned Monday evening from a visit of eovcral weeks to relatives in MeKinnoy, Dallas and Melissa, Texas. Quito a crowd of peoplo attended the colt show Thursday afternoon. Somo very fine colts wero shown, Mastor Roy Wimp's capturing tho bluo ribbon. Mr. Carlt Rlehardson, of Union Star, passed through town Thursday enroute to Bewleyville, whero ho officiated as groomsman nt tho Cox-Jol- ly Wedding. Mies Laura Crouch while driving out from Irvington with Mr. Richard Tydings last Friday evening became frightened at the horse and jumped from tho surry breaking her leg just below tho kneo. Sho was carried to tho McGlothlau House and her limb set. Sliels now improving. and neutralizes tho malarial poison in tho blood. Warranted to curo. After n sea diet, to prevent bolls and nscist acclimation, use Ayor's Sarsaparillu. Ay era's Aguo Curo stimulates tho liver Tho modern Docs tho work of all SAMPLE. other polishers combined. Does it bettor, does it quicker, does not Mr. Clint Bcauchamp tins returned Piles of Peoplo jiavo piles, but from tho city. scratch', cleans ovcrything, injures Witch Hazel Salvo will .cure nothing, Miss Lena Gillllnnd Is on tho sick list. Try a cake of it and thorn. 1 Bmilo with us. Mr. McQuady is ycry sick. For salo by Short A Haynes, Cloverport, eleanor. HUDSON's'Ex-MACflSTnAT- only paper published in tho county that is of any consequence, to n picco of filth and nbuso heaped upon mo in tho Hardinsburg Republican; tho eaino having sin co taken on some aliases. Somo ono accuses mo and tho chief of tho Tammany ring of Democracy at Hardinsburg, aided by my lieutenant nnd a certain 'pedagogue' and his lieutenants, (I think ho meant pedagogue, having to Mr. Chintz Royalty, who is a school master) of being tho cause of Mr. John McAmish becoming a enndidato in Breckckridgo county as a Republican for sheriff. I can only speak for myself. I don't think I had seen Mr. McAmish in twelvo months, up to tho day ho announced himself n candidate, and I line) not had any communication with him, nor did I know that ho was going to become a candidate until the day ho announced himself; nnd ho was then on his way to West Viow to mako tho announcement. I had business at Hardinsburg thut day, and came back by West View. Mr. McAmish was thcro and told mo ho was going to mako the raco. I told him I would vote for him if ho did, nnd I believed every Republican in tho county would, unless it wcro Bomo who weio working for somo selfish motive, nnd some who whould lo pulled by them. And as to tho animal ho compared moto, that is bo noted for it's kicking qualities; if it wcro not for his ago (and I thinic you too nice a man to want tho namo in your paper), I would call him tho same. So I will just call him thosnuio, kith nnd kin. You know that it is natural for thoso animals to envy and hate each other, and ns to kicking, ho forgets that thoso cars of his havo flopped back in a kicking spree or too; for this samo Hud son animal got into the stall of tho Hardinsburg animal and with him, both saw nnd heard him kicking. That was just before ono of thoso aliases, aforesaid, was added. There was once a certain gentle-mnn- , thought to bo an invinciblo Republican, that was fitted up to run a paper in tho interest of tho Republican party, and said party soon found out that this "gentleman" or animal, was better developed in other parts than in brains, that he was as tho boys ubc to say, "a man of function" you know, and conse quently this great sheet of news nnd in formation ceased to come forth nnd was no more. And after things wero righted up nnd a dividend of tho profits of this great enterprise made, sho comes forth with an nlias, taking tho place of Liberty enlightening tho world, and in this great sheet ho Bays, I was very anxious to represent this county irftho Legislature, that Milton Coke got the nomination nnd I played tho part of an assassin. I never desired to represent this county in tho Legislature, and if I had, I fear.it would havo ben like the man that undertook to run a Republican paper. When Mr. Coke was nominated, my best friends and neighbors kuow that I told them I did not want to run nnd requested.them not to ubo my name, but it was used contrary to my wishes, nnd the poll books will show that I voted for Coke, if the clerk did his duty. And as to when Dr. Harncd was nominated my namo wns used in tho that put Harncd out, nnd it was n surprise to me, as I had requested my friends who were soliciting mo to run, not to put me in nomination, to which they will bear witness. And at that time I fully intended to vote for Harncd, but afterward somo things came to my hearing of a personal nature, which I will not here mention, which caused me to get n littlo angry at the time, but I did not go to kicking, like the gentleman that started in to run that Republican paper. And as to Coke, Harncd and myself, if Coke and Harncd bears any inalace towards me I am not aware of it, I do not towards them. That is ono thing I cannot hold towards anyone, if I am not a preacher, and I am a littlo surprised at a man who pretends, or has pretended, to be an expounder of tho teachings of tho Bible, to find him trying to stir up strifo among his fellow men. I don't think that is his proper mission, but ho mny bo as far from tho mark as a minister of tho Gospel, as he is when he tries to build up n party by running a paper. Ho reminds mo very much of tho boy that once underwell, took to flguro a cat out of a whero tho cat climbed up 12 inches and slipped back 15. Ho figured quito awhilo and his father enmo along, who had given him tho problem, and asked him how ho was getting on, nnd ho told tho old man "very well, that ho thought that ho had tho old cat down jn China, and ho would soon hnvo her in h 11." So that is about tho way this great politician builds up a party by running a great papt-r- . n mass-meetin- g 10-fo- ot in Michigan. Mr. 11. Harncd wears a smilo continually. Good boy. Mi1. 0. W. Downs, recently of this city, paid us a Bhort visit. Rov. T. R. Robcris, of this placo, is at Cnmpbellsvlllo attend'ng conference. Tho citizens contemplate building a new cfiurch and school house hero soon. Wo understand from Mr. Redman that ho will erect a hoop shop hero right away. Mr. Henry Head, formally of this countalking lifo insurty, was with us ance. Undo Jack Belt, colored, now occupies his new residenco which is quito a cozy home. Wo think wo could nnmo two young lndks who regret tho movement of tho Btnvo factory. Mr. Harncd has sold to Hcnsloy A Jol ly 5 acres of land to bo used by them as a lumber and stave yard. Geo. Hall, who is teaching at Bethol, is most sure to visit in tho vicinity of West Viow Sunday. Hurrah, George. Mr. Lee Harncd has resigned his posit-tio- n for tho interest of the McCrackcn Co. Ho was succeed by Forrest Haynes. Mr. J. B. Hensley, tho Btavo man of Hardinsburg, informs us that Hcnsloy A Jolly will erect a stavo factory hero this fall. Mr. J. M, Pate, representing tho ClieBS A Wymond Stave Co., of Louisville, was here this week inppecting tho stock of 0. M. Elrod A Co. Mr. J. E. Cooper, of Rockvale, who has recently taken unto himself n "rib," paid us a visit this weok. Mr. Jno. Welter accompanied him. Harncd posses the largest Democratic majorlety of any town on tho L., II. A W. When you hear of any ono leaving just put him down as n Republican or People's Party man. Mr. Andrew Driskell, who has beon making his homo at Mrs. Browington's for several years, has recently opened, what wo tmst will bo a successful school, at Germantown. Mr. Kit DcJcrnctte, of Balltown, seems to look both up and down and all around there is no use to gricvo about her for he's bound to do without her, alas his bird has flown Maggie' Wo would adviso Hcbcr Robards upon tho principle of brotherly love to investigate matters nnd things very closoly before making any final arrangements. Tako warning Ilebcr. Tho machinery of 0. M. Elrod A Co., left for Cumberland City, Tonn., this week, as did most of tho men connected with tho concorn. Wo regret this from tho fact that they wcro all civil and to-da- y Autumn of '92. OliTEE : WE : OUE : NEW DESIGNS I : IN Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, 'it' 4 ' ...FOR.;.. i " r tlv ita; youIK5 nJ Boy$, with every confidence that in Style;, Quality and Finish they will meet the approval of, and command for us the patronage of, close and critical buyers. SMART & CO., CLOVERPORT, KY. FALL, 1892. Buyers Wake Up 'TIS THE FALL OF '92. xrm The opening month of ii Seaso u oikui make you all remember as a revelation in oT-rl- l V Mr. J. B. Payno, formally of the Bcr-ga- n A Median Co., of Louisville, opened his school near Garfield Mondny. Wo are informed that his opening was a success. We hopo to havo him with us again soon. Mr. Robt. Weatherford, who lias been acting as timber nnd stavo inspector for Bcrgnn A Meehnn Co., has resigned his 'position and is now junior partner in tho Redman Merchautilo Establishment Success to Bobbie. Everetto Weatherford left on tho 17th inst. to finish his courso nt Bryant A ss College. It will bo St rat ton's But-iremembered that last winter while attending this Institution his health failed and ho was compelled to tako vacation. BRECKENRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT James Crow.'or J ) Fine Goods and Fair Prices . MILES OF DRESS GOODS. Suppose that every piece of Goods in our immense Fall and Winter Stock was sewed together end to end, what miles of style, beauty, elegance, service and worth they would make. Again we say miles of' On Petltton. and Annabelle Crawford) Notice Ii hereby given that Jomea Crawford nnd Annabelle Crawford his wife, hnvo filed their joint petition, this day, in the Iireoken-ridgCircuit Court, graying thitt the said Annabelle Crawford be empowered by decree thereof, to use, enjoy, tell and convey for her own benefit, any property she may own or acquire, free from the claim or debts nf her husband ; to make contracts, sue and be sued, as a single woman J to trade In her own name, and to dispose of her properly by will or deed. This September 26th, 1892, R.8. SKILLMAN. Clerk. By CLAUDE MEUCER, D. 0. & Dabnrh. Attorneys for Petitioners. Mubbat e Bargains . I r v :. Archery is out of Date. v rt''t ff- - r i t. ) W SEE THEM: 4 Old methods go and now ones tako their placo. Wo keep up to tho times j always something now. Tho latest novelty from tho manufacturers is VEST Public Speaking, rho county candidates (or Sheriff nnd Circuit Court Clerk, will speak nt tho Tour taxes for 18t2 have been following places: day of February, lf82. There Sept, Hardinsburg, Monday " Stephensport, Tuesday Mooloyrllle, Wednesday... " " Union Star, Thursday , " Webster, Friday Oct. Irvington, Saturday " UewlojTllle, Tuesday Big Spring, Wednesday ... " " Thursday Custer, " Hudsonvllle, Friday MeDanlelc, Saturday- Hook Vale, Monday,, Oarfleld, Monday 20. 27. 28. 29. 30. 1. TAX PAYERS. BON AMI l. Do-Wit- t's 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. :10. 31 Mr. Brown and family havo moved back to their home at Sample. and Beard A Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. OctoMr. Allle Scaton was in tho yillago yes- Our Little Men and Women for ber is as winsome as ever. Wherever this terday. littlo juvenile goes, its mission is to shed Miss Lucy Jolly and her sister woro tho guests of Miss Lilly McQuady lost brightness, carry sunshine, and bring good cheer. Sunday. Utilizer's, ' " ' " CLOVERPORT, KY. ! m Fiqles, Black JN . JBR S. ? Bolls, Heads, FACT. wlitfi nu... 4 West View, Tuesday .Nor. I. Stone'i 8tore, Wednesday,. " 2, Liberty Hall, Thursday.... ' 3. " 4. Cloverport, Friday lllte's Run, Friday, at night, Nor. 1. It has a dainty frontispiece, "Telling a Secret to Baby," is a charming number. IMlIYLAXn FOnOCTOnEK yZp Spcnking to begin at 1 o'clock p. in., nt each of Bald points, oxcept Ilito's Run, nnd tliero nt 7 o'clock p. m. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla, When When When When Dabjr iraa tick, w care her C&storta. she woa a Child, ahe cried for Caitoria, ahe became Silas, aha clung to Caitoria, is an excellent number. IU articles aro timely, and of a character that this maga-zin- o so well knows how to furnish its renders. I'ANSY FOU OCTOIIKU ?AmnRfcn11hATn lie rnpiaiv ur. niton, ... . 7 . 111 mnt remarranin prranr. I fcuuwn 'u uur isaYSJJ suns BiaswiiKj I miuio V7v7V. now. rlnh hlnvl FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Mare, Ave years old, fifteen Inch high, black. Goes all the irulu. tlrivea well, and sound. Thos. II. Withers, Hurdliiiburir, Ky. ."i. IJlOll SI.LK, and one The Girl. Sco ilabbago'H beautiful lino of fall ahehad Children, ahe gaye them Coatorta. Ire n broken down from overwork or bo,UMhol4 Many Persons overshlrts. rebuild tho intern, aid digMtlon. remove! ex com of Mlc. and cures malaria, Oct the genuine. Brown's Iron Bitters Tltal dooay, and every Indication of inpover-Ubo-d blood. Sf. Uaasr'a Sltel Hmhsw la the mi rumouj uiovwiu aiwaje uq reueu upon. J China pigs. lTHE SELLERS MEDICINE CO L- - &TTHWJSMIAJ lTPtPf K' T IOIl ? SAI.B, 'eight thorouffli.hred Poland Hlley Powell, Irvington, Ky, SAI.R ilxtyrlght head or sheep, fifty K. M. Khodei, ewes, Kirk, Ky, due ilnco 1st will be a bal-andue the County and Btate November 1st, 1892, of $27,000, which amount must be paid on or before that date, and we must collect tho taxes now past due to meet said demand. The law provides that 0 per cent, shall be added to all taxes unpaid on the 1st day of November, 1882. And In order to gtve the tax payers an opportunity to save said additional per cent, and cost of collections, I or one of my deputies will meet them at the following times and places to receive and collect taxes j and all persons falling or refusing to meet us at the appointed times and places may expeet to bo rsqulred to pay the additional pir cent; and Our all cost of collections according to law. time Is short for the collection of this money, so don't aik'us to wait any longer ( we can't do it. Meet ospromptly and pay your taxes. Let no man say this notloe is not Intended for bim, for It Is Intended for every man that owes us taxes, J. S. DeJKRNETTE, S. D. 0. W. 1. 11AMSKY, 0. S. B. 0. J, B. Biaas, D. S. B, C. . A, OLABSC00K, D. S. B. 0. a Go to Itablxige's forslilrte. ;. wati J publican convention, by delegates consisting largely is his appointees holding ofllce nt his pleasure. Is n icaiidaloiui sal lie iioii freo popular Institutions and a startling Illustration of tho methods by which a prcstdout may gratify his ambition. Wo denounce a policy under which federal officeholders usurp control of parly conventions In tho states, ami we plcdgu tho Democratic party to tlio reform nf theso nnd all other abuses which threaten In.lh Uuul liberty nnd local self govirnment. Kec. Ill Te DomiViatle party Is tho only party that has over given tlio country a foreign policy, consistent nnd xlgnmin, eompilll! g inborne. spect abroad and Insptrlugcoulldcni-iMi- i While avoiding entangling alllniiies. It bos aimed In cultlx nto friendly relations with ntber nrttlnnnftnil rmuclnllv ulth our hchihliom on the American continent, tthosodi'stlnyli close- ly linked with our own, nnd no view with nlnrni the tendency to a policy of Irritation nud bluster which Is llnblo nt nny tlmo lo confront ns'wlth tbo alternative nf humiliation or war. We favor thu maintenance nf n navy strong enough for nil purposcsof national deVTFORM OF PRINCIPLES. fense, and to properly maintain thu honor nnd dignity of tho country abroad. il by tlio Dctnnrrutlo National 8vc. II. This country has nlwnys boon tho rcfugoof the oppressed from every land exiles Coirvcntlon Juno SSI, 1803. for conscience sake and In this spirit nf tho Tho roiirceoutntlvcaof the Democratic founders of our goveriiinurU wc condemn the d tho United Hinted In national oppression practiced by the llusslnti governdo roafllruv tlulr nttcglanco In upon iclplosof the party im formulated by mentwo cnll Its Lulhorauntid Jonlsli siihjits, upon our national government, In and (ho long ami pi and exemplified humanity, by all tho jus lino of bin successor In Democratic just Intorcst of Justice and use Its prompt and and projier means, to flip from Mndlson to (.'lowland. Wo to bring about a cessation of tbeso best efforts tlio public welfare demands tbat tluso persecutions In tho dominions nf tho czar lea bo nppllod to tlio conduct of I lie. fed- - cruelto secure to tho oppressed equnl rights. and tvernment tliroueh accession to power We tender our profound and rnrurvt s mpa-th- y bnrtytlint advocates them: and wo sol- to tliCMO lovers of freedom who nro strugkloclifki that tlio need of n return to gling for homo rule nnd tho gicul cause of self jundamcntnl principle nf free popular government In Ireland. jmont, based on lioina rata anil Individ- Fee. 12. We hcifrtlly approve nil legitimate prty, was novcr more nrirint tlwn now, efforts to prevent tho United States from b Ing tlio tendoner to ecntrallxo nil power at used as tho dumping ground of the criminals leral capital has become a menace totbe and professional pauiiers nf Euro;, aid we lud righta of tho stale tlint strikes nt the tho rigid enforcement of the laws pots of our government nnd tinder tlio demand Chlnesociutgtatlon nnd tho Importatutlon as framed bj- - tho father of tlio against foreign workmen nndw contract o tion of Jlo. onr labor nnd lessen Its vv ages, but n o 8. Wo worn tlio peoplo of our common nil ntlumpts to restrict condemn nnd denounce jrjr Jealous for tho prorteniitlonof their tho Immigration nf tho Industrious and worthy hstltutlons tliat tho pulley of tho federal of foreign lands. pi of elections, to filch tho nepnbllrun fee. LI. This convention licroby renews the I baa oommtttod Itsolf, U fmnclil with tho expression of appreciation of tho Nilrlotism of pt dangcra, scarcely less inomoutoru than tlio soldiers nnd sailors of the I'nlotitii tfitwar II result from a revolution practically for Its preservation, nnd vtc favor Just nnd libfilling monarchy on tho ruins of tho ro- - eral pensions for all disabled I'nlon soldiers, ft strikes at tho north rm well s nt tho , vie. their widows and dciendivnts. but we demand Ith, and Injuroa tho colored clllzcu even that tho work of tlio pension ofllce shall lie Ibon tho whltet It mcatu a hordo of iro dona Industriously, Impartially and honestly. nt every polllnir place, Mined with Wo denounce tho present administration of floral power, returning board nmsilnted and Unit oftlco ns Incompetent, corrupt, disgracentrollcd br federal authority, tho outrage of ful and dishonest. opla In tho several 0 olectoral riithta of tho Poo. II. Tlio federal government sltotikl care ties, tlio wibjugatlon of tho colored people to for ami Improve the Mississippi river nnd other a control of tho party hi power, and the rogreat watcrwaj s of tho republic, so ns to seving of roco natotfonlsms now hnpplly nbat- - cure for tbo Interior states cosy and 'cheap of tho utmost peril to tho safety nnd hap transimrtatlon to tho tldevvnter. When nny nce.i of all: a measure, deliberately and Justly waterway of tbo republic Is of sufficient Imascribed by n leading tlcpubllvnn senator at portance to demand the aid of tlio government, moat Infamous bill tliut over crossed tho lio that such aid should bo extended on n dcflnlto Yesholdot (bo senate." plan of continuous work until permanent Imfilch a policy. If sanctioned by law, would provement It secured. inn tho dnmlnnnco of a rclf perpetuating Sec. 15. For pur;ocs of national defunso and of odlccholdprs, and thu party first Intho promotion of commerce between thu stntcs sisted with lta rnAchliicry could Imi dislodged wo recognlzo tho early construction of tho pm twwor only by an appeal to tlio reserved Nicaragua canul ami Its protection ngnlnst forgtit of tho peoplo to resist oppression which Is eign control as of great Importance to the (hcrent In all self governing communities, United States. wo years ago this revolutionary policy was Sco. 10. Recognizing tho World's Columbian (nphatlcally condemned by the people, at tho exposition as a national undertaking of vast blls, but In contempt of thai verdict tho Ito- liniortauce. In which tho general government pibllcnn party lias defiantly declared In Its has Invited the of the nations ol nUeUuthorltntlvotitternnco that Its success tho world, and appreciating the acceptance by n the conUng elections will mean tho enact-ncmany such powers of tho Invitation so extendof tho Torco bill and tho usurpation of ed nnd tho broad nnd liberal efforts being mode Jcepotlo control over elections In nil tbo elates, by them to contrlbuto to tbo grandeur of the HoUorlng thnt tho preservation of It publican undertaking, wo aro of tho oplnlun tliat government In tho United States I dependent should make such uecussary financial njion the defoat of this policy of IcgiUlzcd force as shall bo requisite to the maintenance (and fraud.,wo Invito tho nsslstanvo of nil of national hi.ior and pubtia faith. who doslro to hoe tlio constltutlou mainIT. Popular education being the only safo Sec tained in Its Integrity with tho laws pursuant basil of popular suff rogo, wo rooommund to the thereto which have given our country a hunseveral states most liberal appropriations for dred years of nncxamplcd prosiorltyt nnd we the public schools. Froo common schools nto pledge tho Democratic party. If It bo Intrusted tho nursery nf good government, nnd they with power, not only to the defeat of tbo force have always received tbe'fostcrlng tare of the bill, but also to relentless opposition to the no- Democratic party, which favors every menus mbllcan policy of profligate ox pcudlturcnblch of Increasing Intelligence. Freedom of ed Meu the short space of two years has squandered ntion being an essential of civil and religious an enormous surplus and emptied an overflowliberty, as woll as a necessity for tho developing troasury, after piling now burdens of taxament of lutelllgonoe, must; not ho Interfered tion upon tlio n ready overtaxed labor of tho with under any pretext whatevor. Wo uro opcountry. posed to stato Interference with parental rights Bee. 3. Wo denounce tho JIcKlnley tariff and rights of conscience In tho odtuntiuuof congress as law enacted by tho Fifty-firchildren as on Infringement; of tho fundamentthe culminating atrocity of class legislaal Democratic doctrine that tbo largest Indition; wo Indorse tho efforts made by the Demvidual liberty consistent w Ith the rights of othocrats of the prebent congrcw to modify ers lusurcs the highest type! of American citimost oppressive features In the direction of zenship and tho best government. Its freo raw material nnd cheaper manufactured Sec, 18. Wo approve the action of tho present goods that enter Into homo consumption, nnd house of representatives In passing bills for wo promise Us rcpeiil ns one of tho beneficent tho admission into tbo Union as states of tho results thnt will fallow the action of tho peoplo territories of New Mexico and Arizona, and In Intrusting power to tho Democratic party. wo favor the early admission of all the terSlnco tho McKlnloy tariff went Into oiieratiou ritories having tho necessity population and thoro havo been ton reductions of wages of laresources to entitle them to Btatchood, and boring men to ono Increase. Wo deny that whllo they remain tci rilorles wo hold tbat (he thcro has been any Increase, of prosperity to officers appointed to administer the governtho country since that tariff ncnt Into operament of any territory, together with the Distion, and wo point to tho dullness and distress, trict of Columbia and Alaska, shall bo bona tlio wage reductions nnd strikes In the Iron fldo residents of the territory or district in trade as tbo best possible, evldenco that no which their duties nro to bo performed. Tlio such prosperity has resulted from tbo McKlnDcmocratla party believes in homo rula and loy act. tbo control of their own affairs by the pooplo Wocall tho attention of thoughtful Ameriof tho vicinage. cans to tbo fact that after thirty years of reSoc. 10. Wo favor legislation by congress and strictive taxation ngalnst Importations of stato legislate es to protect the llrcs and limbs foreign products In uxchango for our agriculof ralltt ay employees nnd those of other hazardtural surplus, tho homes and farms of tho transportation oompaulos, nnd denounce country havo becomo burdened with a real ous Inactivity oft tho Republican party, and tho estate mortgage debt of over two thousand five particularly tho Republican senate, for caushundred million dollars, exclusive of all other ing tho defoat of measures beneficial and proforms of Indebtedness; thnt In ono of tbo chief tective to this class of wngo workers. agricultural states of tho west there appears a Soc. 20. We uru.lu favor of tho enactmont by real cstnto mortgage debt averaging 105 per tho states of laws for abolishing the notorious capita, and that similar conditions aro shown sweating system, fur abolishing contract conto exist In other agricultural exporting states. vict labor and for prohibiting the employment We denounce a policy which fosters no IndusIn factories of children under fifteen years of try so lnuob. as It does that of tho sheriff. We ago. donounco Republican protection as n fraud; u Boc21. Wo aro opposed to all sumptuary robbery of the great majority of tho American laws as an Interference with the Individual looplo for the bonolll or me row. wo acciare rights of the citizen. it to bo a fundamental priuclplo of the DemoBee, Upon this statement of principles and cratic party that tho federal government has policy tho Dcmocratla party asks tho IntullU no constitutional pow or to enforce and collect gent Judgment of tho American people. It asks tariff dntles except for the parixwo of raven .o chango of administration ana a chnugo of only, mid demand that tho collection of such a party In order that thcro may bo a chango of shall bo limited to tbo necessities of the systom nnd a chango of methods, thus assuring' taxes government and honestly and economically tho maintenance Unimpaired of Institutions administered. under which tho fupubllo has grown great and 8oc. 4. Trade Intcrchango on tho basis of repowerful. ciprocal advantage to tho countries participating Is. a time honored doctrtno of tbo DemAn Honest Cumlldnte. ocratic faith, but wo donounco tho sham reciTho Chicago convention risen ctjuu.1 to desire, procity which Juggles with tho people's lta opportunity and gives tho Dornocrntlo for enlarged foreign markota and freer by protending to establish trado relaparty that noblest work of Owl mi hontions for a country whoso articles of export est man for a standard boaror in tho agricultural, whllo aro almost exclusively erecting a custom hpuso barrier of prohibitive stupendous strugglo for supremacy tariff taxes against tbo rlohest countries of which will tnako Uio year inomorable In tho world that stand ready to taku our ontlro political annals. For tho porfonnanco eurplus of products and to exchange therefor of this proud and patriotic duty wo voico commodities which are necessary and are tho grntoful sentiments of tbo millions comforts of llfo among our own people, who will elect Grover Cloveland presiBco. a. Wo rooognlxo In trusts nnd monopolies which aro designed by capital to secure dent of tho United States next Novemmoro than their Just sharo of tho Joint prodcordially congratulating the conuct of capital and labor a natural consequence ber in of prohibitive: taxes, which provont tho freo vention. Troy Press. competition which is tho llfo of honest trade, Tlio Flouting Weed's In the Atlantic. but wo bollovo their worst evils can bo abated by law, and wo demand tbo rigid enforcement Tlio gulf weed (Fucug nafans) which, toOf laws mado to prevent and control them, o with its litlo round "berrios," is not gether with such further legislation In retho tnistlotoo in form, but of a straint of their abuses as experience may show to bo necessary. brownish yollow color, has boon thought Boo, 6. Tho llopubllcan party, while profess-In- g to havo lost lta property of rooting on policy of reserving tho public lands for a rooks nnd to Imvo acquirod tho power of holdings by actual settlors, has given small away tho people's heritage, until now a fow living afloat It has ovon boon sugrailroads, nonresident nllons Individual and gested that tho sea marks tho slto of a corporate posxess a larger area than that of submerged continent, apparently tho all our farms between the two seas. Tlio but lost Atlantis. Dr. Krummel holds that Dcmocratla administration rovvmotl tho Improvident and uuwlso policy of the llcpubllean tho wood has simply been drifted to its party touching the public domain, and represent position by tho Gulf stream nnd claimed from corporations aud syndicates-ali- en restored to tho peoplo lta nffluonts from tho West Indian and dottiest and tho Gulf of i(exico. nearly 10OO00,tt acres of voluablo land to bo sacredly hold as bnmuntiftds for our citizens, It is now provod that' tho Gulf stream and wo pledge oumclves tocontluuo this policy is not a slnglo narrow "river of tho until ovcry acre of laud so unlawfully hold ocean," as Maury poetically described shall bo reclaimed nnd restored to tho people. it, but cons,lRts of a number of curronts, Sec. T. Wc denounce the Republican legislation known as, tho Sherman act of IBOO as a not only from tho Mexican gulf, but tho possibilities cowardly makeshift, fraught llh Antilles. Tho woed.'kccording to Dr. of danger In tho future ihleli should mukoall of Its supporters, as well n Its author, anxious Krummel, would tuko llftoon days to for Its slouty rctxxil. Wo hold to tho use of float as far north na tho latitndo of Capo lioth gold and sllvor as tho standard money of Ilattoras and flvo and a half months to the country, and to the coinage of both gold reach tho Azores.. In tho Sargasso sea nnd silver without discrimination against cither aietal or chargo for mlntago; but tho It bocomos heavy'nnd sinks; but tho supdollar mift of ontnago of both metals must be ply la kopt up by tho Gulf stream. Lon oV equal Intrlnslo and oxcluuigeablo valueorbo adjusted by International agrocmont or by don Globe such safeguards of legislation as shall Insure teft Luggage. the maintenance of ho purity of tho two metIrato pa3)iigor, aa train is moving off and tho equal power of any dollar at all als Why didn't you put my luggago in aa times In tho market and In tho payment of debts,1 und we demand that all paper currency I told you? rcdeomnblo In shall bo keyt at par with ""! Porter Eh. inon; yer lnggago ia no such coin. Wo Insist upon this policy as essic a fulo as yersol'. Yo'ro i tho wrang pecially necessary for the protection of tb tanners and laboring classes, the flrl ana tralnl London most defenseless victims of unstable money A Superfluity oTXovo. and a fluctuating currency. . prohlblUvit Those who propose to lovo Harrison the See, 8. Werooommend'tba 10 per cent, tax on Umk.Ususs bo repealed. for theeneiniea ho hnainado must exSee. 0. Public, ofllce to a jniblto trust. We pect to indulge in a great deal of affecdeclaration of the, pemocratw the tion. In tho way of making enemies llfffl for the reform of tht Harrison's record is brilliant, if not unclyll service, and we call for the honest on. (oroewent of all laws regarding same, Tb rivaled. New York World. lom)tUHl H ft ptMOMU. as " conven-(rubietode-gradf, vsmi SILVER GOLD AND JL-EIik- SIGNS 0NTHE BOWERY WHAT ONE MAY8EE ON NEWYORK8 FAMOUS THOROUGHFARE. The Mont DUtlnculiihlnK I'rntiiro of n Street Thut linn a Worldwide tlppnta-Ho- n An Avenue Wherein Aro Finunl Teople of All Nntlonnlltlrt. ACROSS THE RAVINE. A forced rifilit Hctivemi it Lion. mi lmlln and , Jl Ml. w JL 5 In This Line We are Clearly In It The GOLD and SILVER DEESS SHIRTS and Fine Linen Collars and Cuffs are manufactured from selected materials on approved patterns, by experienced and skillful operatives. Ask for them, their low price will surprise you. Inspect them their superiority in style and finish will please you. Wear tjiem, their fit will give you comfort and their durability satisfaction. The largest line of WORKING SHIRTS ever displayed in ithe city. ' ls 1 WE WANT TO SAVE YOU MONEY. nt coo-gro- ss pro-visi- cltl-zo- Y CLOVERPORT, KY. AN ES0TEIMC CLIMAX. WHILE SPIKETOWN COUNTED SIXTY HOKO PREPARED IT. I'rofcMnr of tlio Art of Knllghten. h Wliotu Town, ut fifty Cent M llnml, on tho Dimmit ami Huhjert of Cooking. d Nobody hiul ever hoard of Wio Hoko Effomli, but tho public curiosity to mm) him was no lees keen on that account. In Uto little western Illinois town on which ho hud alighted liko a flaming meteor tho visit of a professor of magic win an ovent. All that was known of him was that be hud mado his appearauco about tho time tlio stagecoach from Bhackavillo oamo in, and was suppoeod to have traroled in that corwoyanoo; that ho had procured the printing of several hnudred small bills at tho ofllce of Tho Ullixard. promising to pay for thorn tho next day. Tho ovonlng came. The prioo of admission to the entorttiiument was fifty cents for adults, children half prioo, Tho oelobruted Hoko Effomli was bis own doorkeeper, nnd tho pooplo of Bpiko-tow- n turned out in largo numbers. Thero woro no deaijhcads oxcept' tho editor Of The Ulizzard nud Uw dignified citizon who woro dyod whiskers and a plug hat und announced himself at tho door as tho mayor. When tho audieuco begun to show by tho customary stamplugand whistling tho world renowned muster of Egyptian ninglc accepted tlw proffered r, Eorvioos of a lending citizen ta nnd wont buck to tho other end of the hall, dimippouriug behind tho curtain that hid the stago from view. In a fow momonts ho roappoared in front of it and mado a ploasing little speech, rotiueHtiug close attention to the performances, an many of them woro of a uuturo bordering on the imperourural, and promising m cntortniumont such as had tiOTer been soen in Splketowu and nevor would aguin. Aftor performing some curious tricks with playing runts ho unnounocd that tho first really difllcnlt font of tho evening would now be shown that of bilking a cuko without u pun of any kind. "Tho Indies in tho audienco, ho snld, "whon thoy bakti cukes nro compelled to nso .butter, oggs. flour, sugnr, flavoring extract, icing, etc., and pot tho dongh in a hot oven. 1 do nothing of tho kind. Dy tho simple munipulutlon of flour, sirup nud a hut I cun produce a cako in Ave minutou thnt no lady in this house cun etniul. i will make a cako thut a committco, to bo selected from tho Indies present, will pronounce tho best thoy over tusted. I will do this or forfolt $100. Will hoiiio kind gentleman preseut'oblige me with tho loan of a high silk hut Will you kindly lend it to wor I will take excellent care of it and roturn it in a fow minuton." Tho mayor demurred. "Your hut will not bo injured in tho least, Mr," the mugiciuti assured him. "I will return it to you without spot, blemlah or trtuin. I havo performed this feat thousand of times without the slightest injury to tho hat," Tho mayor of Splkotown, thus to. relented nud handed over his cherished tile. Then the mitgiciuu produced u jun of flour, which was pasaod through tho audience ami ununimouHly declared to be genuinu. He poured it into tho hat. Then a quart measure half filled with New Orleans molttases w produced and A celo-brntodoor-koopebo-fo- ro T H CD I st i.i -- handed around in liko irmuuer, pronounced the pure, unudultoruted stuff, and rotumed to him. Ho poured this into tho hat Jikowiao aud stirred tho, mixture witli a long loud oncil. Tho' mayor involuntarily gasped and half rose in his sent, but tho wizard again assured him, with a wave of tho hand, "Your hat will not bo injured in tho least, my dear sir," nnd ho proceeded with tho performance. "Now, Indies und gontlemeu," ho snld, we will witness tlio finale, tlio donoo-- t mong, unit were, of this unpnrulloloiifeat, of illusion. I cun huko tlio cako just us well on a piece of ice iwi on a stove; but oh thero happens to bo a good fire in this stovo uoar tho stago 1 will bake it on top of that. Again, assure you, Mr. Mayor, that your hut will not suffer tho slightest 1 Not Nnurlahliic UleU (4 nn-Ilk- Ic-- and J An old Scotch servant attached to the htmnoheld of tho famons British logician, Sir William Hamilton, was as proud of his muster's fume as if It had boon his own, nud, having picked np.a few of Sir William's technical words aud phraseB, brought them into pUjr on ! ovory possiblo occasion Ono day a gentlemsn who was fond of drawing out old John for the amusement of tho company said to him, with nn engaging air: "1 supiioso, John, now that you'vo lived so long with such n great roasonor 1-.n Zl US rf WUIIUUl, you nro rjnuo ui w Dir .IPlllf conduct tin argument yourselfT "Wool, 1 winna say sae mnckle as that," roplicd tho old Scotchman, with tho modosty of truo gonini. "but if 1 injury." canna conduct nn nirnTat, I'm think-i- n Stepping briskly down, ho plaood Ue I could draw nn Inference." lint on tho stove. "Could yon? Let us see, then? Thoro'a Now, good people," ho suid, "itoop nn Eustcrn proverb, you know, about your eye on thut hut till yon con tho wild ass snuffing up the east wind. count sixty. I will retire iw1 prepare Now what inforence wonld you draw tlio esoteric climax." from thatf ' Ho mounted tfte stage ntwl rtepped For a moment old John rooked nonthe itirtuin. plussed, as woll he might, and then In u luomeut a smoke went up from gloam of sly humor twinkled in U10 corthe hat on tlio stovo, nnd Uio odor of ner of his dark gray eye, nnd lit something eoorohing filled tlio air. with a grim ohneklo: Tlio innyor of Splkotown jumped from "Aweol, tho Inference thnt I wad his scut, and with one bound clcurod Uio draw from that wad bo that ha might distance that lay bttwvoo hitn nod tbo snnff a lang time boforo ho grow stove. David Ker In Harper'"--. Do lifted his precious hat. .t The bottom, or ruthor Uio top, fell Polly flaT.il the Toluablf. out. Tho sizzlng batter spread out over newly built Wo had movod Into a the stove. It hlAsed nnd sputtered and houso. which hwl all the modern tm- flew. And eveu an tho msyor held up I provolnente. th elootrio ball being ono the hideon ruin of his once glorious hut j 0 tnom. auu iimikou uiniugn ii miuie 01 uio It was a cold winter's night. Mrnnd mixture friekltHl cn his root and Mrs. J. wero travoling in Europe nnd Tun In sud. disconrnged. tfiliuns looking tho sorvanta wero nil gnthored about tho , Dtreains down his trou&cr.. kitchen firo. Polly was also near tho His lionor spoko a few wordn briefly. firo. but In tho dining room, which wna but emphatically througl. hi hut nud ) n., ilrs. & broke for the stugo, follow.td liy sovorol Rj,n nsod to see our mistress ring the of the loading citizens nf Splkotown. to entor. and, Ilko I bell for the servants Behind tho onrtuin wcw cvonil em;ty : a elovcr bird, studied on this for a long barrels aud boxes. I ,whllo. And tlio book wiudow wun uti. I On Uiis night Polly was all alono, Somowhore In thin wii5, wiAq world whon suddenly tho door opened nnd Uie wlzartt of the Orion t U still wandertwo men enteral. Tho room being ing about, hnpplly unaware dark they could not see tho bird nnd that a standing rowurd if fifty dollars began searching for vnlttablos, for tKey and no questions nsked U offered by Uio ,wero burglars. mayor of Spikotown, Ills., for Informa- , Polly now proved hor worth. 8hotmt tion thut will lend to tho arrest and con out hor claw and pressed the button of viction for tho crimes of t;ruud hlrceny, ( .tho eloctrlc bell. malicious injury und obtuiulug mouoy K brought tho sorvants to tho dining nudor fulso pretenses, of one Hoko Ef-- room, where, after u short struggle fhoy eudi, innster of Egyptiuu magic and so secured tho burglars, who woro about to called eighth wonder of the world. mako way with much of tho valnablo Chicago Tribune sllvor in tho dining room. J r Folly was fed on dulntles forsomo Only Ono CIrilll Tlilnir. When Jones was at Oxford ho'wns a tlmo na n rowurd for hor valnablo Cor. Now York Itecordor. most cxcollent follow, and only had ono i cnomy soap. He was culled 'Dirty j, wlm has Jones. One tiny tho wag Uro wn went;' A gentleman of this county Into his rooms, and romonstrating with oxeelk'iit Judgment remnrked to us tho mm uu mo nsuujr, B.ovo.i.y m.u u.ny, ., ,,, M , of t ,,0 fc -- ' I state of everything, snld: "Uion my wonl. Dirty. It's too bad; good for constipation, dyspepsia and tho only clenn thing In your room is the jVCr conmlulnt as Do Witt's Little Knrly towell" Loudon bo-hi- So 03 cn I - rt- - 0u a CO rji CO rh CO CO O -i B ct d, p O CO a-- far o p 0 rt-r CD GO 1 h CO S 1 en O ! CD O r- on CD 1 CD bJ 8 rt- - O B ' Tit-DI- IUsers. How Antu An KiilMi. AtiU ure eutou by several of the minor uations. In Egypt they uro eaten ruw, with sugar; In Brazil tlwy are served wiUi a resinous suuoe, tuid in Eust India etowod in bnffiilo grease or fried in butter. St. Lotils Itopubllo. F r ito hvSliottA HnynoH.CIovorpoit, nnd Ilennl & Bonier, Hanlnsburg' Ky. ri o SB O o o i 1 -- to linvo n Iiltc to rat. it was on tnociigo of a deep, durk ruvltie which hail a width of SOO feet. The opposite hank of tho ravine was much the highest, rMng up from to thirty feet high, and along twenty-fiv.... Miw, TMila iui,tinn, Iini4 .. I... lliut; ...HA It taitl . ii.n v.....j- - ...... .11.11. III, I Ih'i-imade by deer nnd Rout pnln from J To tlioso studontB of human n.ituro tlulr lieilltig uroti nils, uniy aooui nn.j .j who aro quick to sco tho weak stdo of ft es of the trail, and that directly In front every character savo their own, a trip of mo. v.'uh clear of brush mid trees. I hart. open spneo when nn IndlanJ up Uio Bowery and Park row Is always my eyeH on tills into view rrom inn en! fciiililtiily Kteieil good result. Thero aro so At thut date every Indian In thnivlclhle krultful of many sights, sounds and scones novel wim linHtlli- - This ono was not In wn and Interesting in tho stirring comedy paint, but I knew he'd shoot onulghtr U firllnir wiw that of surprise becatis drnmn. "Strugglo for Bread," that tho flrt he linil not vet seen me. I soon saw, how studont cannot help fooling amused and ever, that he hod his head down nnd waaj Interested. Then, too, tho fuct that apparently trailing something. He had; nearly every one ho meets is poorer than nnkHod ulinoMt out of sliiht to the west suddenly drew up his rifle and'himself impart tho zest of complacency when he s1 unii. to his pilgrimage, nud he stops among There whs n shrill, snvnue scream, ana J hungry nnd wretched nnd tho happy ns the Indian retreated a tawny mountain the Hon came Into view. .Mint opposlto me k and careless, keeps his hand on his Indian hnltcd. while the Hon crept uri and his eyes on tho shifting panowithin twenty feet of I1I111 nnd rested. 1 rama of llfo and makes notes. the Tut signs are the first things that tako saw a bUxxlvstrenk on mid animal's she kli licked at-tier, nnd n ho turned the wanderer's oyo. were tlccpnnil menacing. growls t thlr--Ut- n n notes "A Regular Dlnnor for The redskin had only 11 single bnrrele Cents" and "Two Qcnuino Importnnil ho mndo no attempt to rulomi rlfl. ed HavanM for Flvo Cents" with InterWhile the Hon turned his head tho India est, ne fools that his harbor charges laid down his empty rifle nnd drew lid him too much when ho sees that ho can knife. He was a tall, sUilwnrt follow, mul recolvo tonsorial attention hero for fivo lie meant to light for ins mo. "IIlKtl Illstl HUH" ccnta, wiUi the added luxury of buy rum attention, nnd nex I did for ton cents, and that a cloan towel is Instittit. It to attract his Into mv evcJL He Im whs loolilnL' gunrantoed with ovory shavo. tntint have lieen a bit astonished, hut h'a A large aud gaudy cartoon extolling tlldnitt; the fuct. Ills eyes blnccil the tuorlts of tho "Flor do Maggio Cline uti. ho scowlcil In n tnalluiiant way anil Cigar" attracts his attention. A smnll know that he was cursing his luck In be--j footnoto says thnt it Is changod ovory Ing In such a fix. "Illstl HUM HUM" day, and tliat whllo tho merits of tho It wna loiidcr this time, sons to renchl cigar will bo dwelt lovingly upon, yet ho licked at tliid tho cartoons will also doal with timoly tho enrx of the lion as with a savau blood, lie started un topics. growl, locuted mo In a Hush, anil his oyca A clothing storo near by has n big blnzed and scintillated and almost lmrnetl black signboard stating that this is tho He glared at mo for twenty seconds ng hoadquarters of tho "Society for En- then turned to the Indian. "Not even n sottavv would havo gone ( couraging tlio Wearing of Clean Shirts," whoreof tho proprietor is president. He with only one bullet for her rifle!" I call? cannot but feel thnt tho society is nt to the redskin In the jargon we nau picKe fires. 5, onco bcrioilci.il, salutary and situated in up nround the camp was sure of It, bccnii Ho understood. I Its propor field, Park row. fU ho took his eves from the beaRt for? Tho notlco over a dingy doorway thnt seconds to flash mo such n look of hute.s "black oyes will bo mado to look natural onlvn fiend Is callable of. The lion wi for ten cents" cannot) him sonio vnguo pnniuml over liU wound, nnd yet tho flor apprchonsiou, ns It is a silent witness and ready attitude of tho Indlnu made jilm? hesllato to attack. IIo crept forward "a ,, that he is in tho land of fisticuffs nnd few feet, growled, lashed his tall nnd then nnd battery. retreated a little. writ-to- n But contemplation of tho chalk hoping that he won't attack "You wonls thnt "a Dclmonlco lunch goes you," I aro shouted to the ml skin, "hut 1 with every glass of beer" gives riso to will mnke him." moro kindly feelings, nnd ho soon forI rose up nnd picked up a small stone gets his fears. nnd threw It at the beast. It struck Just behind him. When two dogs nro standA red uosed man rapping with n rating growling nt each other a missile striktan at a largo nnd startling representaconflict. tion of "Tlio Wonderful Monstrosity, ing near them will precipitate ofa flvo feet Tho Hon leaped a dlstnnco ' Jmnboto, tho Elephant Boy, Half Ele down nnd growled moro phant, Half Human. Now to Bo Been ahead nnd sunk fliTculv tlinn lieforc nnd lashed his tall. Allvo lusldo" holds hitn awhilo. But "You see I havo my rlflo here," I caUwU he feels suro It Is a fuko and drifts on to tho lndlnn as I.llftcd the weapon up to to tho "Auction Salo." view. "I could kill tho beast nnd save vou. but I shall not do It." A sharp eyed person in his shirt Ha looked down on me nualn, nnd hlsj sleeves is oxtolling tho merits of n solid fnco was so distorted with passion thnt 1 gold, full jeweled, stem winding, Amercreep In spots. Whnt would ican movement watch, caned, chnsed, felt my fleshgiven to hud 1110 bound fust to he not have and beveled, Koiug at tho ridicuturned tho stake, with nponoto Interfere with his lously low price of four dollars. Cup- devilish Ingenuity of torture! As 1 held pers aro urging victims to buy, pullers his eves for five seconds I rend In them in nro bawling tho auction to nil who forty yenrs of Intense hnte for tho men of 3 pass anil the hurdy gurdy behind tho mr rnce. "Ahl You nre n coward!" I shouted nt. dime museum screon tries vainly to tho Hon as he turned his head nnd looked drown their cries by its jerky rendertrail. "You ing of "Cotnrudes, comrades, over sinco back up theyou t Oue of have oulyasquaw your cubs a year In front of we wero boys." whilo tho man at tho old could claw him down. Why don't yonj still raps the counterfeit visago of finish him door he runs nwny to boost of tho elophant lioy und cries that the ad- his bravery!" mission is but a dime. The beast switched his tall In a men Tho crowd thickens; ovonlng comes on. acing way its he stared at mc, whllo theH Tho "oystors nnd clams ono cont" man Indian now spoke ror tlio llrst lime, saying: "Before tho nlcht comes I will roast lights his torch. Chinamen, Moused nnd vnur heart nt mv fire and eat It!" pigtnllod, heading for Chinatown; Ital "Ahl Then you think the Hon Is a cow bins with pushcarts turning townrd tho ard and dares nofnttnek you I letuascc. bend, Greeks liound for Jnmes stroot, If I can hit him with this stone he will negroes for South Fifth nvenuo, Ger-ma- sprlug uiKin you. Hotter throw away your for Avonno A, Hebrews for knife and run for It. Sminwsnro fleet of stroot, nil homeward bound, work foot, nre they not?" I held the missile In my hand while talk- worn and wo.iry, hurry past. "Beof-stea- k " ' I ' ! n M t were John's" Is crowded. Tho fifteen 1. .-- t. . : At flU I (.it U It houses have each their , eent lodging Willi H nine, i.rjvi luc.uii full In luuupon and savage. score of loungers at their dingy portals. tho ronr und n rush he was It Is night. Now tho shooting galbo over The trail did not look to me to leries light np and the' "plngl" "plngl" three feet wide. The Indian was borriej bullots ring down backward by tho weight of tho attack, bu Mho of against the sheet iron targets. Men lurk liu was nulcklv on his knees, and 1 saw hM In nlleyways nnd slink out to domand knife flash as ho kept BtabbltiK. Ho dltl alms. A crowd of roistorers come down not shout, nnd tho Hon uttered no othe n sort arm In arm. They aro collogo boys, noise exceptseemed of bobbing. minutes, bu to last ton Tbo flubt flowp on the Bowory for fun. r .lnnlvt If It lnuf.'il nvnr tliren. On full A one eyed man has song shoots for eround tho Indian nilKht hnvo beaten thj He erics his wares and soils beast off or killed It. So, too, on moro adl sale. several copies to the youths. vnntneeous nround. the beast might liava Tlio variety tlienlor open their doors flnUhcvl the Indian In a couplo of minutes,' nnd the Bowery nmn'rjuent soeker Of a sudden, as the two wore down on Four nnth. thor rolleil over tho brink. Tho In urges in to soo tho i and MeGifnti nnd McGufiln. tho king dian's knife wiw burled to tho hilt In the lion's body, while tho brute had Its teeth pins of song mA dunce. fastened In his throat Thoy vanlshedi The German and Hebrew thenters nro from sight iu an lnstnut, and as I stootto open, too, ntul have their crowds also. looking over the brink of that dark chasm. Tho Ellts Lady orchestra has tuned up It seemed n quarter or a mlnuto nefore aj tn Uie concert hulK and tho Bowory Is .1..1I .m.I. v,.w fin lliWVIlch fllO IflnAMV jjm lllllt WWII nn,A ,' whlcu una nung mero ior ngcii m ivn uw at Its best. The boll ut the family resort U clnng-In- g they wero lying dead down there on tp w""-for the llrnt performnnco, nnd tho rocxy uououi. tkket seller iqiens his llttlo window and Fooling a llrlcht Hoy. gets his ehange ready. Tho mother of n family had taken great clothing 'toro "barkers" redouble The nnlna to Instruct the children never to use thoir .efforts to catch trado by mnnunl the knife, but nlways tho fork In convoy- force, and the Bowery roars with sounds Inir food to tho moutu. un one occasion of Uro and tnuls. Saloons aro doing n the son of eight ycurs suddenly exclalme rushing business now. Sailors, 'long- that he "saw papa eating with 111s amie shoremen, merhanlcs. nil ont for drink Putin vchcmontlv denied It rntner ia spoil the effect of mother's teach and recreation, mako up tho crowd. whereupon the boy exclaimed, A now vrnfuro. tho poolroom, has dono such papa, I saw you eating with youf. now!" The good man rtplls good. buslnoHu that rivals lmvo sprung just my son. you are mistaken; up on evory side. Thoso places nro nil cut near my tcethl" The hllarl with crowded. Tho frequenters nro for tho followed throw tho boy off the most pnrt oil looking, low browed he did not press his charge C'or3 youths of olghtoen or twonty yonra of Ivows. ago. Thoy crowd tho tnhles and BowPrinceton has two trees whleh" ory nrgot makes their convorsntlon alplanted previous to tho Declaration of most unintelligible to tho unlnltlntod. The sycamores Tho notlco that "no profano or vulgar dependence.planted In 1707, byin we aet ynrd wero oUrof Is allowed" Boems sarcastic. langungo trustees, to commomornta the reslsta ' In such n placo as "BowIt ts'oi funny , to tho stamp act. ory prices for Broadway goods" la in 3 A' tbo Cheap John clothing storo. And Steel wire railway cnrrlaue, eMtlng tho student of human nature notes it in fust taking th placo of tin ;fsMA ad- his memory along with tiro sign voluto spring scats In use in Tho Short and Straight W . j iJJ iMt 1 IlUlL Rich Man If I mako out a 4biinsjamj iTUnt I lloSU llwt No Iliut. I going to know whether It woin foTrtntNoBat, testa! or notf v.u unnuoccna. iJiwyor Thcro la ono way to maker ' NyoAVoVia. sure thing of It and avoid all unneotaMr "" e i j pock-otboo1 ns-sa. VV I wan prospecting to the south of Cns-ter- 's ncntc. In M10 Illnck Hills, and at noon wit down with my Imck to a great Iwwlder'k tn' n -- ...".. 1 Kra Kx ' U'liiit A Hint II Tit-Uit- a. . There Is no use talking, neither Harri son or Plcvt'lnnd vlll b idrrlwl iinb-Ptlu-tnki- - De WUt'H Little Kurly lilsirs. TIh'v lmvo a "g''t there" qtiullty posaess-e- d by no other pill. For Rid by fihnrlA Ilaynes,f!loviTort and IVnnl A Boeler, Hnnllnsbiing, Ky At tl oxcurslon glvon Uw "Llttlo Mothors" tho other daj- - a baby towed by the big sister was made ill Vy the ride on tlio care. Vomiting was tho rarnlt, "You weroslok ut your stomach, woro you not, dear rAld ono of tho custo-dluu- s kindly. "No, I wasn't," explained the we mite: "my out was too near touuuei New York lUcorder. four-yeor-e- ld n. iy Fhotocraphto Paper. Photogrnphora woro obliged until recently to import from Gorraany tho pa-Tior sod In their work, our own manufacturers being unablo to assemble the necessary conditions of material water and workmanship for the production of papor Bultablo for silver printing. A process has now been perfected ia this country whereby a very ordinary thin surface of paper is coated with aulphato of barytes and answers admirably for photographic use, bringing out In tho finished picture a wealth of detail fonnorly unknown in the art, it x lost iu tho tpxturo of the paper employed. Engineering Magniliw. be-in- complications. Is tlmtf Hlch Man-H- ow Lawyer Mako It out to me direct, change. An KseeuraglBg Kveot. f The noffilMtlon of Mr. Cleveland k the most eecourairiag poIIUohI event whkh ha occurred tntfawetmBtry nc the ww, New York Sveuina; Poet.1 Me Wm a Hot in WhlUkw we Mtut a4li lie wm Oh wlnt JrtMHir. Dm60Mt in r KM -- mighty l.-Colum- bua ft Mr. OoMWlow write that J asore eatly di(eted than bread, taeomaoh a rt parowtafe of ky4roearbo y -- rv 5T"3 ? IMiMiii n')s,T' fflsr I ( "w A JU ZXxM&. " . - Jf Sm? ft Sip fT5 ( "Fellow Citizens." i HILL OPENS THE CAMPAIGH lii U iThe Principles of the Democratic Party and Its Position in the Present Campaign Fully Denned. THERE IS NO SULKING. WAS A DEMOCRAT BEFORE THE CHICAGO AND AM A DEMOCRAT STILL. The Tariff and the Force Bill. fepublican Fallacies and Campaign Falsehoods And Their Circulators Put to Flight. A ROUSING SPEECH. am reminded of the fort that it was In this rdlflco upon a memnrablo occasion In lSS'i that 1 had tho honor of expressing to thu Intrepid Democracy of Kings county the sentiment, "I nm a Democrat." and under tho existing 1 situation I know of in) more appropriate place or presence thati here to declare that I was a Democrat licforo the Chicago convention, and I nm a Democrat still. Your cordial Invitation to unite with )ou In tho opening of this campaign could not well bo declined and w as accepted with pleasure, coming as It did from a Democratic organization embracing those who, during all my twllt- Icnl life, hav c been among my stnuchebt and truest mends. Tho national Democratic convention of 1KB has passed Into histor) with Its record. Its tri umphs and Its disappointment. Tho wisdom rnf Its action Is not now to bo questioned. It was tno court or lost resort established by I party usago its tho final arbiter to dctermlno tho conflicting Interests and claims of cundl- dates, states nnd sections, nml Its decision i will bo accented with lmal ncnulcMnco bv ' every truo and patriotic Democrat w ho recog nizes tho necessity of party organization nnd discipline, nnd resiiccts the obligations which ho assumes In Its memlicrshlp. From this tlrao forward Imperative duties nro Imposed fcAipon us. Factional npicals should now tense. . tho spirit of resentment should !o abandoned. )Hinio priiic siiouiu lie sunuriiiiiaicii 10 ino gen- oral gocxi; real or fancied grievances should be ulisinlsscd, pcrsnnnl ambitions should bo sacri- 5vtcd,ftiid indlvtduiil disappointments should bo forgotten In this great emergency vv hlch do- mauds from us all tho exhibition of u w Idoiprcad and li ft) party patriotism. Permit mo to repeat what I had tho honor of expressing to tho Tamilian) MK'Icty on tho tb of Jul) last, before the echoes of our national convention hiul scarcely il led away, f r as follows: 1 iollt-lea.-. tlou 1jni;Tlioitrl)Th.il larji'y roiTlrins ne wealth of tho country, and under wboxo friendly administration monoimlles havo been fostered nnd tho rich havo grown richer nnd tho poor poorer; n party thnt boldly announces tho vicious principle that tho gov tnnment has a moral and constitutional right to build up private industries nt public oxpciinc, nnd that has lumo to rely uion the forced contributions of Its licneflciaries to maintain Its power. Th.it party now ask forn oto of confldcnco from tho people. anyprhaTs'purrKJHj. 'Wo Wllovo in rovenuf o the. Tamo general "Iclca,in3 tho with Incidental protection, and not In protecform used Is not very material. tion with Incidental revenue. In bo far as the In ever) It is enough for us to know-tha- t particular this plank was embodied In tariff Is necessary to meet the necessities ol tho Government it may bo Imposed, and an) 1870, upon tho Democratic national platform of which BamueW. Tlldcn was elected president other benefit which may bo legitimately deof tha Unltoil Htntca. and hnvlnir ouco been rived from Its Imposition may and does necesIt. If M ratified by n najorlty of tho American people sarily accompany prevent tup burden Imposed foreign competition It Is believed that It will bo satisfactory to would bpcrato tn tho beneflt Is Indirect and unobjectionable them now. ' Int our position, jno vapiloi i' NEW YORK. I realize tho difficulty of presenting tho question of tho constitutionality of a pro- - constructed nt W ashlngton not rorUio pur- tcctivo tnrlfT law to tlio courts, and In that Poso of aiding that cl y, but to proyfdo for the view It may hao been unnecessary or not do- - adpilnlstrntlon of public nffalrs. Wo would not slrablo to havo challenged Its legality. Wo1 unnecessarily construct another capltol slm- riy w '" " mhiukjui. rvut maw; u miumcr need not havo placed our objection upon that was needed to meet tho growing necessities ol ground whllo so many fatal objections ex tho government wo would construct it, oven istod to tho s) stem Itself, but that course, was a inero matter of discretion. Tho fact re- though It might benefit Washington real catate speculators. mains that wrbnvo always Insisted and now insist that no warrant can bo found In tho Mi..iiiiiiinn i.,.nl.i,m.iiL. i ...iit ,i.,i i- ,- village In every count y In t ho stato for tho nur. puWla Justice and not to build up (lit to aid prh ato Industries, but u hcthcr such a P Urlff Is constitutional or not, or whether it Id! municipality, although that may bo 1U ultl- practicable to havo tho qncstlon properly mnto effect. Bchpol houses nro ercctcl In the interest of public education and not to benefit raised or decldotl. tho s) stem lUclf Is vicious in tho extreme, unjust to tho pooplo. and con- - tho street or square upon which thoytnaybe trary to tho spirit of our free Institutions. A located, although thnt effort may follow. tariff bill upon Its focu usually declared that Stnto taxes aro collected for tho maintenance Itsolijeet is 'jo provldowajs and means fur of our publlo schools, and not for tho purpost tlio support of tho government," nnd whether of cither Injuring or aiding privato schools. So also we may safely conclude, that tariff tho duties arii high or low, reasonable or exorbitant, prohibitory or otherwise, it Is lmpoti-slhl-o should bo Imposed for tho direct purpose ol for llio courts to say thu! the purpose cf revenuo only, nnd not to build up privato fortunes, or even for tho landablo purposo of Intho mcosuro was not solely to provide- rovenuo CONVENTION for tho government, no matter what tho truo creasing the wages of prlv ato citizens. Whatobject of Its trainers vvns, or whether or not ever tho indirect effect of such tariffs may hi tholr boneticlnrlcs nro welcome, to It, and no tho treasury may already bo overflowing. ui'aiura it law Is not alwajs held nnconstltu- - ono elso U wronged, Tho Democratic position Is a safes, logical, tionnl although It may in somo elcgroo v lolato conservative, and Just position. No tariffs ex. tho spirit of tho constitution. Tho constituvv oil as an act of congress can somecepf'fortho purposes of revenue only," and tion as times bo successfully evaded without adequate then limited to tlio necessities of tho government honostlynnd economically administered, immediate remedy on tho part of tho people. Whether by reason of thcso difficulties It Is Is n doctrlno which appeals to tho good sense and sound Judgment of every honest and over practicable to obtain a determination of thoughtful man. With tho constantly increastho constitutionality of a revenue law, ostensiing expenses of government and tho enormous bly framed for tho purimso of raising revenue, but In fact intended for other purixwoi, it una amount of monoy, annually nrtgmcnting, required by the growing pension list, these tardefor tho national convention Exposed, competentjswlilon of tho party upon thotosub iffs which must necessarily bo exacted to meet clare tho thcso expenditure's will bo for many years lo ject. Let us examine tho iwlut forn moment. Whenco comes tho lower to nrotcct nrhatn como nmply sufficient to nfford. Incidentally, Industries? What clause of tlio constitution "' tho protection which tho most ardent nd- can bo Invoked for such n purtioso? Thcro Is vocoto of tho system can reasonably ask. More than tills ought not to bo conceded to anybody none. It must bo conceded by every intelliIn tho Imposition of necessary tariffs there gent clt Izcn thnt tho constitution does not grant should bo exercised a vvlsa discrimination In any such express power. Thcro no mentho amounts exacted nnd in tho articles taxed. tion of nny such subject anywhere In It. Tho blanket power, to provide for tho "gcnoral What sluiuld 1x3 placed upon tho frco list and welfare," will not answer In such arose. If no what should bo tho most heavily burdened are such power is expressly conferred, thon It is questions not free from difficulty and require virtually prohibited under nrtlrlo 10 of tho the most careful consideration. When the pre-clsI TPff tfVzct 1 F'tho nnproocblng struggle the Democracy of Juwbrfcsli' uld pr(ent a solid front to tio common cntn.j. livulty to curdlnnl Deino. i ratio principles and to regularly nominated candidates Is tlio supremo duty of tho hour." I reiterate thoso sentiments now. Political parties arc a necessity under our system of free government, but parttcjt cannot exist nnd accomplish successful results without unity of action, urompt acquiescence In tho I) conclusions of -tho majority t ami vlgo rout co- ........ l.l- A.....lnn ...!..- (.uoiiiciciii. icutcrnuip .W KI- viivikihjij uuiiit euro tno common object. To this end indtv Id- Ual preferences nnd tersonaI opinions must glVo way to tho Judgment of tho party councils. The party platform In all its essential particulars must be deemed to bo tholnfalllblo (party guide, and tho part) 's candidates nro our k'Anaidates and nro entitled to our fealty. if hero Is no placo In honorablo American poll- iCyortne political guerrillas who do not attach themselves to cither of tho great politlcul riules, but w bo, wlille Bwearlng allegiance to neither, criticise them both and fight first upon ono sldo nnd then upon tho other. I am not luumlng to offer suggestions of duty totthls F class of people, but I am speaking tonight as a Democrat to Democrats who aro anxious to subscrvo the Interests of their country and be- Jleve that such Interests can beat be subserved by tho success of tho Democratic cause. are entering upon tho presidential election slmo the organization of I our government. Tho good citizen desirous of discharging his full duty In this crisis, accord ing to hli conscience and his Judgment, unin fluenced by eolflsb considerations, will discover two great parties arrayed against each other. .struggling for the control of tho government ana appealing to tno for their suffrages. Ho will And rmo of them has a long and honorablo history, I ft birth dating back nearly to the organization of tho government iUclf, whose deeds and achievements have been In. dlasolublr associated with .'jo glory of his country: nnder whoso wise administration luring me greater pari 01 mo nrsi century or existence tno republic most wonderfully laperoa; tne party rounded by Jefferson pself, who enunciated the truo principles of rnment which nave been the cardinal ties of tho party from that day to the noun tlio party that established tho ) doctrine," tho maintenance of which I ptownted tho spread of monarchical forms government on tho American continent: li'.Wty which, under tho lead of Jackson, tlio encroachments of tho money maintained tho rhrhtaof American pon tho high seas: tho party under administration tho war of 1812 and tho hr with Moxlco wcro fought and gloriously reflecting tho greatest renown upou our 1, Lncrlcan boldlcry; tho .wrty under whose rKLcsmaniiice imiicy me most vaiuawo and htportaut acquisitions of territory wore made to our domain: tho party that has over been 'the bold and vigorous defender of liberty, protected the rights of tho Wee, npbeld tho dignity of labor, insisted J the Jat prerogatives of tho Individual ,1-owsuBh uuvvritiiiuuut. murierence, HkLt TS&Utad the fimuttnfrit nf Rrliltrnrv nn1 ttJitst suwsHuary laws, demanded froo and Ehonfct kleotioni without federal bayonets or KiapA blUsj which declared that taxation shall iulpoccd for publlo and not private pur- V cjweeu; wo party tbat recently gave to tho koautry four years of creditable, economical an Honorable administration of the irovcrn. ruient. That party a national nartv as broad M tho Union itself now unhesitatingly submits its claims to public confidence and asks tho support of an Intelligent electorate. On tho other hand, tho seeker after truth finds another party, which is of recent origin, and which was founded upon a sentiment and came Into exlstenco Uwn a single issue, now disposed of and almost forgotten; a party which, by reason of its principles, has alwa)s necessarily been sectional In its character; the early history of which, I concede, was praUo-wormT, aua most or wnoso leaders were sin- roero and unselfish men; a party which has outlived Its usefulness, but refuses to disband, and whose chief cornerstono at tho present lime is tne doctrine mat tne government should tsolU powers of taxation for prlvatoas wU 4 P)ic porxioses; the party which Orecley, L!hJt 1,Baiatfer, Trumbull nnd Fcsscuda bat which Ihoy all abandoned before ItlM which seeks to Dernetaata Its r tne arbitrary and unjustifiable suuui constitutional powers In 1 L twenty-seventh IVll.imi,..n nt llm HMunnl lininl. nlnln In tht I i e'n . enter into private business directly, nnd what It cannot do directly It cannot or ought not to do Indirectly. Its functions aro public functions nnd must bo exercised for publlo purposes. It Is an elementary principle that private projKjrty can only bo taken for public uso. Tho right of eminent domain cauuut lie exercised In aid of privato enterprises. When a railroad company enters Uun my land to construct Itsrnllroudlt is only upon tlio theory that its construction U for tho public benefit. A wntcr company permitted to lay Its pities through our public streets only bocnuso It serves a publlo good. High wit) s aro constructed at publlo expenso only becnuso they me publlo thoroughfares. You aro taxed for the support of ) our court houses, ) our schools and our asylums only becnuso they aro public institutions. This Is tho correct theory 'of and It exrludes tho Idea that ono citizen may bo burdened to foster another citizen's privato schemes. Tho Democratic natlouul platform 'gives forth no uncertain Bound upon this subject, and correctly states tho true position of the party. It denies the constitutional power of tho government ta Itnposo taxes fur other than public panoses. Let me read the whole of thnt plank: "Wo declare It to bo n fundamental principle of tho Democratic party thnt tho federal government has no constitutional pow or to Impose and collect tariff duties except for tho purposes of revenuo only, and w e demand that the collection of such taxes shall bo limited to tho necessities of tho government when honestly and economically administered." I am nut hero to apologlzo fur thnt plank. I am horo to advocate and defend It, It correctly and substantially states the Democratic faith. I am awnro that a concerted effort Is being mado by our opiwnents to mnko It appear that n now elcparturo has been entered upon, and that our party has abandoned Its former conservative imsltlon uin tho tariff question, and assumed another and bolder attitude, leading absolutely toward frco trade. I do not so regard It. Home of us might have preferred a llttlodlfftrciit phraseology, but us wholo It sufficiently expresses our position With rcasonablo clearness and accuracy, fhcro Is jisuully moru tljiln ono w,ay.of ex- 1 wrong. Tho consideration of this subject leads mo to an analysis of tho truo functions of government, nml It Is lmiortunt to determine whero we are drifting. Thero aro somo things which must bo conceded U'causo they nro too plain for argument, uud ono of them is that the government bus no constitutional power to This description of tho present attitude and purposes of tho two great iKjlillcul parties upon tho questions of thn day Is a fair and reason-abl- o one. It is not claimed thnt tho Democratic party Is entirely right upon every conceivable subject that divides public opinion, or that tho Ilcpubllrnu party Is entirely wrong, and no ono but tho most bigoted partisan would Insist upon so absurd n claim; but wo submit that upon tho great vital Issues of tho hour tho material points in dlsputo the Democracy hold tho vnntngo ground nnd more correctly represent tho principle nnd policies which nro best calculated to subserve tho highest Interests of thowholocountry. It may be truthfully conceded that tho masses of nil parties nroslnccro In their convictions, nnd thnt tho differences which exist among us may largely bo attributed to different methods of reasoning, different habits of thought and different educational acquirements. If I weronsked todellno tho ono fundamental difference between the two parties I should stuto that ono belloveu In a strict construction of tho federal constitution nnd tho other in n looso one One party believes that tho general government's powers should bo confined to tluo which aro sicclflenlly granted, nnd thnt nothing enn be dono under tho "general wels fare" clause except tho cxerc Iso of thoso which lire Incidental and necessary to carr)lng nut of thu expressed powers, tho while tho other bollov cs that under thatclaiibo tho lowers of congrihs aro substantially and limited only by Its wise discretion. This radical diversity of views cannot well lie reconciled; It cannot lw wholly decided by the courts, as It Involves tho spirit more than tho letter of tho constitution, and in tho end It must bo determined largely as a matter of policy by tho icoplo themselves In their sovereign capacity. Starting out with different views of the constitution tho two parties naturally have cuanclated different theories of government, especially uin tho nil important subject of federal taxation. A division uimn the tariff question was inevitable. It Is not n new question, but Is as old as tho country Itself, although It has assumed different phase at different periods of our history. Concisely stated, what Is tho position of tho two parties ujHin this question? I deolro to stato It fairly. Tho Republican party advocates tho doctrine that tho government has n constitutional as well as n moral right to tariff duties for tho purjiosoof encouraging tho building up of privato industries b) tho Imixnltlou of duties sufllclently largo to prevent foreign comietition, irrespective of the question of tho needs of tho treasury, while tho Democratic party believes that the government has only a constitutional and moral right to Impose such duties as may bo necessary to raise sufficient revenuo to support tho government economically administered. This Is tho precise Issuo squarely stated. Thcro aro other ways of expressing tho uime general Idea. Bhall thcro bo a tariff for or a tariff for protection? Hhull luxation bo Imposed for public or privato puriose? Shall privato Industries bo built up nt private or publlo exiensv? Shall tho whole pooplo bo taxed for tho benefit of tho few? Is taxation a burden or n blessing to the whole (wopler Thcso iolnted quoslions servo to emphasize the distinction between tho two policies presented, for our npprovnl. Thcro Is nu conflict" between them. Iloth parties cannot bo right; ono or tho other must fune-tiouunro-ttrlcti- d, rev-en"lrre-presslb1 It will lend us. If the general government, under tho pretense of raising revenue, e an linposo prohibitory duties and thereb) protect domestic In-- d untried from tho couiK.t!tlon width thu laws constitution, vCliT7i provides nsToliovvs:"'I"fho power not delegated to tho L'liitcd States by tho constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, is reserved to thustates rcsiscthcl), or to tho people." There Is not mi elementary law writer nnjvvheru whoso treatise on tho constitution is regarded as standard authority who ventures to affirm tho constitutions' right of congress to levy duties fornnyothe direct purposo than rev enue for tho support of tho government. Republican protection therefore does not constitutionally exist, but Is Imposed uimn tho people by fraud, falso pretense, evasion and gross abuse of the taxing powir. Tho constitution gives congress iwer to "lay nnd collect tuxes, duties. Imposts and excises" (article 1, scctlonS). It can exerelso that jiowct conscientiously, or It tun uvado and ubuso It. All tho so called protection for whldi our op;ioncnes havo clamored and which the) hnvo obtained In recent years has liecn secured, not by constitutional sanction, but b thu nhuso of tho conceded taxing silver ol tho gov ernment. It Li a dangerous exerelso of authority. It is a perversion of the jiowers of government. It furnishes n hazaulous precedent which wi surc.1) return to iiluguo us. Let us soo whero 1 of trade would otherwise provide, then under tho sntuo pretense tho rnlslng of rovenuo It can by taxation essentially usurp most of tho functions of tho statu governments, nnd Irtu-all- y rcgulatojnnrrlugo and divorce, tho rnto of Interest on money, tho purchases of property, the formation of coriioratluns, tho making of mm tuiaiiwiBui ui cry iieBcripiiou, uil of w hlch nro matters heretofore proiwrly con- slderud under tho Jurisdiction nnd regulation of tno states. In what Is known as tho "Topckn Bond case," Judgo'Mlllcr, of tho supremo court of the United States, hi dcllv crlng tho opinion of tho court, said: nt "To lay with onc4utud, llm power of tho on tho property of a citizen nnd with tho other bestow It uhju favored Individual to aid prlvnto enterprise and build up private fortunes Is noun tho less rnblicry becuuso It Is doue under thu forms of law and Is called taxation. This Is not legislation. It Is a decree under legislative form". Nor Is It lievond a c,avll thero can bo no lawful taxation which Is nut laid fur publlo purposes." Judge Cooley, lu biskraluablowork ou declares that: yansuiuiionaiiy a lax can nave no oilier tax-atlo- r. LMCCieaisAJsM.LlSr In tho light of thcso authorities, and under tho arguments presented, fulr minded men will arrive at tho conclusion that the Democratic party was right when It declared that "taxation for prlvnto pur.iosca Is unconstitutional." I havo read with caro all urged by tho two Very ablo apostles of protec-lion, uovcrnor JlcKlnlcynnd Senator Aldrlch, ' but I fall to discover that thoy present a single tenablo ground upon which protection, pure . and simple, can bo constitutionally defended. Incidental protection, ou tho other hand, l ' unobjectionable. Tariffs should bo Imposed for the exproM purposo of r.ov;cune and not tot (Ion has not, this basis Is tyrannical and un- -' lawful. A tax ou Imisirts therefore, the pur- poso nt wuiru is not lo raise rev enue, but to oh- -' struct nnd Indirectly prohibit somo particular Import for tho benefit of somo homo manufacturer, may woll bo questioned as being merely colorable and therefore nut warrant eel by con. stitutional principles." n assw. ' 6aYo Tjceu "recently Iiecuuiplltlieit, Tihd tho wnrklngman or cnoicSen.uti ui ui hrhw pfSTeht TA Ively erne, Thai 11 absolutely three, four ntnl five thnes. Thcrofordour manner in which our party has redeemed its Again: their party receiving a single electoral pledges. Ton ) cars of Democratic control in upon this question U tut clear as the t"l ho question of free trndo Is absolutely Irvoto Inn third of tho status of tho Union, nnd department of tho noonday r.un, and It required no special plunk relevant, uud tho licrslstcnt claim mado In although nspnrtlBnns wo may rejoice nt their tho exccutlvo legislative supremacystate, and lu both ono )cnr of certain quarters tluit nil efforts tn relievo the folly, yet ns cltlronswo dcploro their threatin the platform to umphaslu It. Wu bell6ve brnni hes, together with overy department of peoplo from ituJiM and unnecessary taxation ened attack upon tho frco Institutions of our tho ktalo In Democrat lo hands, havo produced In thociicourugomcutof labor nnd uro ileslrons are rchoincBiif bO called frco traders is miscountry, novcr hofurc so lmierlled, of protecting Its Interests In cveiv leiMniinhlo n record of which any political organization chievous and fur removed from nny consideraTho bill has bee n well described as ft "menace T nv consistent with tho rlchtsof the whole may well bo proud. tion nf tho public good." to liberty" tho liberty of tho north as well Tlio stnto Is substantially frco from debt, It fcopls. Wo would not rnlso n dollar of un- Thcso extracts speak for themselves. ns the south; tlio liberty of tho black woll ns having boen reduced during the juist sovon 'I ho disastrous defeat of lKh8 brought a necessary rovenuo or needlessly Increase tho tho white; tlio liberty of every citizen, no matyears from 87,tXX,000 to nothing. Tho wise, Iti'publlcnu president nnd n Itcnubllcan conter to what pnity ho may happen to belong. tariff 4 single enny for tho oxpress purposo of gress Into inner, nnd two )ears later, as a reIt Is conceded thnt tha measure Is without nbloond vigilant administration of Governor building up prlvnto Industries, but In credit uixm ward (o those beneficiaries who had so largojy preccdont in tho history of tho country. For Itoswcll P, Flower bos diitlcM which must nereasarlly lm tho stato and his tiarty. Tho last legislature cess, our opponents over a hundred )curs tho government bad contributed to their nobly mot the expectations of the people. collected wo would discriminate in favor of passed what Is known sin world widoastho tho been successfully conducted, yot no such measWith commcndnblo promptness tho lung negAmerican labor mid American Industries. .McKlnloy tariff bill. do not Intend to disure as this had ovor been proposed. Tho Relected enumeration of tho inhabitants of tho If I were ivki d to define ns concisely as poscuss tho details of measure this evening, dnyB of Its greatest sucsible the whole Democratic ki1Icv I should n)nuhavo hcurd that frequently npon that publican tmrty In thenever ventured to suggest state was had, which was soon followed by a ma glory had stato It substantially ns follows: "We favor n subject! Thu McKlntcy bill has not ruined cess and of this character to perpetuate Its reapportionment of tho senato and assembly a scbome tariff for rovcnuonnly, limited to tlio necesl-tlesthu country, uur has It benefited it. It bos power. In thoso davs of its prestige and honor, dlstrlots. Tha pcoplo of Ilrooklyn, Now York, Buffalo and other growing portions of tho tho government, economically adminisIncreased thu burdens nf tho taxpayers and stato wero aw nrded their lust reoresmilatlno. tered, nnd so adjusted in its application, ns Mr aided tunny of the monopolies of the land. under honest leadership mid with patriotic methods. It appealed to tlio intelligence, loyalas practicable", as to prevent unequal burdens, There Is no eutlsfnetory uvldcnco that It has ty and emotions of its followers to sustain Its to wblch they wcro entitled and of which thoy f encourngo productive Industries nt homo nnd long ucen ucpriveei uy our opiioneuts. In auy degree or increased our supremacy, but not to fraud, force, federal nave have tho proud consciousness of knowing nfford Just compensation In Inbnr, but not to thu vvuge-- of n slnglo worklugman. bayonets or arbitrary procedures against Its You a isrooKiyn man crcnto or foster tiiciniiimllix." Thcso nro tho counts as mucn lonigtit Skillful stutlstklniiseiipnblonf Juggllngwlth mai opponents. cardinal principles UMin which the details of figures may assuiuq to havo moro information apporWhonco cornea this objcctinnahlo scheme for unuer a xair nnu roasonauie ucmocrauo man, a nil tariff legislation should be bused. tionment as does a St. Lawronco county WO tiossoss.alul mnv flmirp not A rilirnrpnt than federal and uur opponents profess to lie much disturbed result, but I can safely assert that It is tho aro Its lutcrfconco In our elections, Until who fact which has not been recognized by Repuboriginators and sponsors? rebecause wo have In 'iir Dla'.forin denounced general understanding of tho people thnt the cently tho nuthorof tha measure was supposed lican legislation In fifteen years... "Republican protection" as a fraud. Whatcho Tbevolcoof tho majority of th3 pcoplo will llcKlnloy bill has not lucre nsesi wages either to bo tho eminently rcepcctnblo Henry Cabot Is It? It Is fraud for thcso concluslvo reasons: hereafter find expression tn tho legislatlvo I n Now York or elsmvbi'in. le In iinfimibtrdlr of Mar lachusctts, who Introduced the 1. It Is secured bv a nalniibla nhiisn nf tho tax halls of our state, and tho spcctaclo will no truo that tn this stuto tlio nmnnnt 111. and seemed to be nnxlous to have the peoing power of tho government. 2. It Inures to J of all wages J aid the )cnr after its passage longer bo witnessed of tho Democratic stato ho was Its ple bollcvo tno bcnellt of tlie few n the cxiicnso of tho may have been greater than the aggregate sible authortbatDut not long proud and responticket being elected by oO,U majority and tho ago n gentleman, many. 3. It Is based upon fnvoilllsmof tho amount paid tho Jenr preceding, but that docs secured to not unknown to tame, Mr. John I. Dnvonport, legislature absolutely thoy refused tho Repubworst stiecles. 4. It linds to create fictitious not prove any Incretnso In tho rate of wages which to of Now York city, tho chief federal supervisor licans by law s wero unnblo to revcrso chnngo prosperity, to bo followed by subsequent busiand which we luild, and ouly shows that borne new Industries until tho of elections aud also a United States commisgroat popular upheaval of Inst fall. Tho apness depression, ,V It Is deceptlv e In Its promhavo Ih'cii CbtablUlied or additional men emsioner, a diminutive, iollte and nmlablo perises and unsatisfactory In its results. A, Its ployed hi others. And It does not apjiear that portionment has been recently challenged. It man d Is truo, by our opponents, and Its constitution-all(- y principal bencf.clnrles constitute a privileged such Increase has been nny moro than tho son, "as mild a mannered camo as over to Washingquestioned. 1 here is no causo for alarm, class, nnd their importnnil lis for governmental usual natural Increase occasioned by the ton n ship or cut a throat,"tlio committee on nnd appeared before however. Ininy aid lend to public cnndal nnd demoralisation. steady growth of tho state. aro no Just Immigration in behalf of project, dear or valid grounds Judgment thorn rati be sucupon which it President Harrison and nil tho other great Ittnny possibly ulso bo truo that thcro hare to his heart, tn promotoanotherpurity of elec"tho nnd small advocates of this vicious system been a fovv less strikes during tho post two tions," and 1 hail tho honor of examining him, cessfully assailed, and our learned mid asdiligently seek to crcnto tho Impression that )cnrs than during tlieprtccdlug two years, but and ho stated In nnswer to my question, to tho tute opnonontd do not agree among thcrasolvcvj as to the grounds of tholr attack. Tho the Democratic party baa assumed a bolder this may be attributed to the moderation and frrentsurpriso of tho public, that ho was the districts of tha stato have also been nttltudo than formerly, nnd become nnadvo-cat- o good Judgment of our labor organizations author of tho notorious forco reapportioned In a manner so fair nnd satlsfnc-factor- y trade. They willjiot sucof absolute free rather than to tho effect of nny tariff law. I bill. ceed in their strenuous efforts to placo us In a know this much, that tho Democratic party that no one has ventured to assail It, Tho borrowed plumago was Immediately false. imhIiIoh. It does not follow because wo will bo entirely content to permit every bo repreNow stripped from .ho proud person of Mr. Henry sentedYork will always hereafter majority of In tho federal congress by a nro opposed loan unreasonable tariff that we vviioso w nges hnvo been Increased since Cabot Lodge, and the bill has Since been propcusrepresentatives who will reflect tho political favor free . trade and the abolition of all the passago of the McKlnley bill to vote tho erly st) led "tho Davenport forco bill." Mr. Wo nrc.opposcd to a prohibit sentiments of the state. tom houst-sRepublican ticket If our opponents will conDavenport nnd not Mr. Lodgo Is now entitled ory tariff. Wo aro opposed to placing a virTho bill providing for a consent that all thoso whoso wages hnvo not been tho glory and tho Infamy vention was also passed a measure long detual Chinese, wall around tho country to increased shall vuto the Democratic ticket, to allto the measure.all Permit mo to(hat pertain further hnmiior nnd restrict tho natural laws of trade. and upon thnt basis wo will carry the country manded by tho people, but refused by our adstato that Mr. Davcnixirt, on tho samo occaWo favor a larger commerce and wider marversaries. Thu convention will bo held next r, by a million majority. 'We should not, sion, with brutal frankness avowed hlspnr- year, at which tlmowtll also occur tho election kets than nt present exist. Wo aro opposed to permit our ixisltlon to bo misunderstood. I1KUII1 ffUCH ivwiujiaiuum any governmental pnrtncrHhlp with prlvnto Wo are not seeking power upon tho "calaru-It)- " ever "a favorabloum luwimuicu should occur, of delegates. opportuulty" A just and equitable exciso law has been Interests micli ns tho McKlnloy bill establishes. good citizens we rejoice lssuo,but with nil and when asked whut ho meant by "n favorplaced upon tho statuto books after a contest We favor legislation for the masses and not In tho prosperity of the country and trust that ablo opjmrtunlty," ho unhlushlngly replied, which lasted for nearly ten )cnrs. Our trifor the classes. Wo favor the protection nf It may continue, but we Insist that tho country "When the Republicans shall again have a labor and not tho creation of monopolies. We bus been prosperous not becnuso of tho Mcmajority In both houses of congress" an umph upon this Issuo has been comploto aud would encourngo and foster labor by relieving Klnloy law, but In spito of It. ovent not likely to occur, I trust, for many overwhelming. guaranteeing religious it nf all unnecessary burdens. The measure liberty Now York is n great anil enterprising state )cnra to come. In the open and publlo exI said In tho rampnlun of 1HK.S In my opening It Is rapidly Increasing In wealth, population pression of Ills Intention to press tho mcosuro in all of our publlo Institutions has finally been speech nt the Academy of Music, In Now York and resources -- and whllo It is probably truo again It must bo assumed thnt he s;oko In enacted against the violent opjxisltlon of tho Republican press nnd Itcpubllian legislatures. City, thnt If 1 hcllovcd that tho Democratic thnt ilmlng tho past two Jears our savings behnlf of his party nnd reflected its sentiTho party favored absolute frco trade I shoul not hank deposits hnvo Increased, new rnllroaus thnt It ments. I belle o that the Democracy are likely cratic worklngmen know passed was tho Demolegislature which advocate Its cause, and I repent tho statement IiuvoIn'OU constructed, new hotels built, now tho to control the popular branch of tho national bill after seven Republican legislatures hero tonight. I'ermlt mo In this ninno-tlnto publlo buililliccs elected, flro nnd life lnsur-unc- o congress for n .ong iicriod whllo present Issues read a letter wrltirc by a;e In 19)1 to a certain had refused to ndnpt It. business augmented nnd other evidences botween parties prevail, but nevertheless acOur tax laws havo been revised and Imcidents aro Incident to politics, and therefor proved. tho danger of tho enactment of this most un-All public monc)s havo been economically Ise and offensive measure Is alvvn) s present, oxpendeel. always threatened, and alwajs to ho guarded The public business has been expeditiously against with supremo nnd unremitting conducted tlio last legislative session being tho shortest that has been held In nearly forty Tho pooplo of thosoveral states will hesitate )ears. long beforo thoy consent to tho adoption of Thotaxpa)crs of tho stato may also rejoice.' Davenport election methods in their rcieo-tiv- o localities. They havo read for )cars in, In tho fact that with tho single exception nf our Now York Journals of his tjrannlcal and Inst year tho tax rnto for the present year Is arbitrary proceedings In Now York city; of his the lowest that there has been In thirty )ears. With this magnlflrcnt showing in stato afunlawful Incarceration of unoffending fairs tho Democracy of New York mny cntef nf his confinement of them In his Iron the present contest with enthusiasm and con"cage;" of his appointment of thugs nnd cutthroats, dov old of charactor and principle, tn fidence. Fellow eltixons, I need not urge )outotho browbeat and Intimidate honest electors; uf pcrformanco of )our full share in this camIlls wholesale arrest nnd detention of thoupaign. Kings county was never known to . sands of voters on the eve of election and refalter in its duty. Tho interests Involved deappearance; of his actfusal of ball for their mand tho greatest sacrifices and our highest ing in a dual capacity of Judge and prosecutor nnd best efforts. It Is thu welfare of thu old ni mo same lime: or uis acceptance in a publlo party, capacity of private political funels for political Democratic stake, which wo all love bo well, which Is at purposes; of his prodigality in the expenditure I plead nut for Individuals, but for the cause. of congressional appropriations, nnd tho peoIn a great contest llko this Jnen nre nothing, ple recollecting all thcso shameful actions canbut principles nre over) thing. Our candidates not bo made to bellevo that auy measure represent our principles, and our principles w hlch cmanutrs from Mr. Davenport Is safe, without tho election or nonpartisan, Jt.st or nee esary for tho public cannot nrovnil contest mny bo a sev cru our tan- dldntcs. The one, but good. so mucn moru glorious win bo tho victory If o I hnvo not tho tlmo tonight to enter into nny elaborate presentation of tho details of this win. nceel have no uneasiness "llm -- Hid You bill. It is sufficient for us to know that the Guard" will do Its duty. Look out for tho nuv only pui poso of tho measure Li to control for recruits. partisan advantage our elections state nnd I believe that a large majority of the pcoplo federal. Federal elections cannot w ell bo regof this couutiy aro convinced of tho rightfululated uud ciutrolled without Interference them with stuto elections they are almost lubcpo-- I ness of Democratic principles nnd wnnt Itself, to prevail. Rut tho election will not win ablo whero they aro held nt the samo time. and there must bo complete organization. I Tho existing fcdoi al election law, bad as Its repeat tho injunction I uttered beforo the provisions arc, together with tho danger of the Democratic stato convention at Albany la enactment of tho furco bill, hnv el already comFebruary last, "It Is our duty to organize, pelled several states to scparnto their stato organize." elections from congressional and presidential With this motto Inscribed upon our banner. clot tleiiis nt large expense nnd great Incon"Publla office is a public trust," supplemented venience to tho people. Our election machinby the other sentiments which I hnvo enery is costly enough nlrendy, nnd our elections deavored to prcsont to )ou "No should not be needlesslv imiltlnHcd. taxation for privato purposes" and "No Tho bill contemplate tho apisilntment of nn urce bill," let us closo up our ranks and army of fedeiul suiicrvlsnrs w ho nru to assurao lueklu ou our armor fur tno light, with the tho ohargoof our riuctiuiis at every silling determination to do all lu our power for thu ploce. Thcsu officials, under tho terms of tho triumph of our party and the election of our bill, have tho right to eliotuto what persons honored standard bearers Clov eland and shall register; they may "require" tho local tuv ousou. eloetlun officers to register a name and to strike off ono already on tho register. There is but ouu pcrloctcd registry list at stnto elecCarnegie's Philanthropy. tions, nnd If n voter's name is stricken off unThcro la a vein of grim common eonse in der tlio direction of a federal official he cannot vote for a stato candidate or any either candiMr. Clarksoii's comments upon tho situdate of tho omission of his name. Tho ation ntHorucatcnd. Mr. Clurkson rcculla samo rule applies to voting on election dny, becuuso tho federal offclnU aro pormitted to that Mr. Curncgio hits written it groat themselves rccelvo mii ilewlt any ballot rejected by tho local officers, nud us our ballot deal to tho mnguzinos and eaid u great reform law and tho laws of most of tho states deal moro in public speeches nbout tho requlro tho namts of nil candidates to bo upon responsibilities of vuiilth; ho has now ono ballot, tho bill gives the pow cr to the federal officials absolutely to determine who may tho opportunity to "sustain his reputavoto fur stato nnd county officers. tion as a philanthropist" by being just Tho proposed bill usurps the rights and prerogatives of the state, breaks down all the if not goncrous to tho men who havo safeguards which havo existed for a century mado his groat fortune For, as Mr. and places all our elections nt the moroy of fedorul officials who hold their offices for fife, Clarkson observes, "the workmen must Tho certificates of tho federal election officers bo right in their contentions. Thero has as to the election of a congressman are to bo boon no such convulsion in business as conclusive upon tho clerk of the house, notwithstanding thoy may differ from tho certlll-cat- o could ixwsibly make necessary thcso Democratic imityhU) thut It favors a tarm (.&&u3.X.J...tl..."r.r - . .. .. , ....Ttl. mi. m em.. of tho local lnscctors. A house to houso u" ,:'!T"!ut' " :DW. which, eo fur loveuuu only It means that tho nronnr. prise. I had been Invited to address. great reductions in woges.' canvass is to bo made by theso fedoral superIt is as main, nml inily lawful direct purposo of the follows: . fair elcgroo of prospo;lty visors, and they mny lie ucooinnanled by y Mr. Clurkson may not lw bo woll vorscd havo nbouneled. tariff i thu rulslug of revenuo nlone; but this' Ammny. April 1, 1801. marshals, nnd thus It u apJ" United States Louts P. Post, Esq., President, etc. "? res"" cap no more bo attributed to tho parent thnt, as theso officials aro all Republiclogicni ami eorrett lKultlon does not conflict in economics and the iron trado a Mr. Dr.AnKni nf istir fnim. f tariff than to the weather. They nro lnevlta- inm In ans, tho Republican campaign, national and Carnogio, but at least ho is a moro conwith tho Idea of such Incidental advantages as blp In the naturitl growth of They state. Is to bo really conducted at the expenso Jlarch 23 Inviting mo may also U necessarily and Inevitably received mass meeting" to bo to attend a "free trade might better bo rcgardeil as nnthe state. of Urn evldenco held at f'ooiier union on sistent protectionist than the multimilof tho general government. ftom a revenue tnrlff. The Indirect benefit beneficent effectsof n Democratic stnte adminThursday evening, April & While thanking Tho chief suiicrvlsnrs nro nuthorlzcd to emMr. Carnogio profossos tho cannot vvlII lw nvnlded, ntid wo do not seek to )ou for jour cenirtesy, I cannot attend the istration, under whoso auspices thoy havo ocploy whatever United States troops thoy may lionaire. ' deem necessary at tho jsills or olsowhere for tariff doctrine as tho salvation of high prov ent It. but desire to facilitate It and render meeting, becuuso I have no s) inpathy with Its curred. Tho people cannot longer bo deceived on this professed purpose I hud supposed that my It effectual by tho exorcise of n proper tho purpose of carrying tho law Into effect. wages for American workingmon, but opinions iijioii the tnrlff que si Ion had been to question by the opposition. I'ubllo sentiment The homes of citizens may be ruthlessly inWo do not mean that In tlio frequently expressed In publlo thut noWiy has made rapid strides during tho past fovv vaded nnd swarms of officials-strang- ers to refuses to divido tho fruits of protection framing of tariff legislation our ono nlm should could expect tno consistently to atteud'n meet. years, nnd greatly cleared tho political atmoa-jihcithe pooplo of tho locality may bo employed; with his workingmon. Mr. Clarkson, bo to tax such articles as will produco tho Ing Intended to promulgate tho doctrlno of as well as brushed osliln many plausarbitrary arrests without warrant may follow; greatest amount of revenue nnd shutting our frco trado. I nm not an advocntc of free trade, ible but untcnnblo cobwebs, which havo hereo who possibly still belioves what Mr. old men may be dragged to distant courts the discussion. ejes to nil other considerations. Extreme men ' and never hnvo Ken. I stand with tlio Demo- tofore obscured an argument to No ono need upon technical charges tolerated under this professes, wants tho protected establish tho law; the decisions of state and local courts cratic party In favor nf tariff reform, which now enter Into mny nssumo that position upon tholr own rea reduction of tho present caccsslvo and fact that tariff U a tax, as tho pcoplo hnvo may bo set aside; federal officials are to take manufacturer to do tho square' thing bj sponsibility, but they do not represent tho ntnultous tariff and tho retention of a tariff learned the fact tn their sorrow from the part In the count and may bundle tho party. limited to the needs nf tho government, eco- operations of the McKlnloy bill. Flvo years and a rolgu of terror may be Instituted ballots, tho "protected" workingmon and so vin whereIt Is impracticable to Insert a sebedulo of nomically administered. ago tho cry tbat "tho tariff Is a tax" una reby tho legitimate and honest electors may be dicatc tho protectionist propaganda. Ii tariff duties lit a national platform, and thereI do notlwlluve In reforming tho tnrlff by ceived with derision mid laughter by our Intimidated by a well concerted and obnoxious Mr. Clarkson wore hitnsolf a beneficiary friends, but now they aro endeavor-ri- g display of governmental power. fore tho principles which should govern tho wholly abolishing It. I believe that tho best to convlnco ui how much they havo reof tho tariff ho might think othorwiso. adjustment of tho details of tho tariff ran i. Interests of our country Industrial, agriTills Is an epltomoof what may be attempted lieved taxation tor bu ascertained from tho tariff legislation cultural . nnd commercial demand the ostab-- sugar us fromPray tell by tho abolition of tho and accomplished under thu Dav cuport schemo . , . in II..I.. ii duty. ns also what has to promote "tho purity of the ballot box" in Thero aro men in Homestead today who TtoMllta bill of, pa?.cuarly of tho Ropubllcao claim, so industriously " the several states of the Union. Tho law beliovo as Mr. Clarkuou belioves and aro I88i) and tho separate tariff bills passed by tho cratlo platforms of 1BT0, 1B84 and 1868, and I am persisted In. that "the foreigner pays the tax?' would be cxpouslvo In its operation, dangerous shedding tholr blood und tlio blood of Tha claim has been most thoroughly and in its enforcement and is of doubtful constituearncsuy opposed ui mo attempt wblch Is nouso or representatives prcscni Democratic, Itidlcato In a general wny tho Democratic posl- - bclntr mado In smno Quarters to iindirmlnn ftl,n effectually exploded, and It is therefore evitionality. would drag judges into politics, others in tho defense of thoir belief. The dent thnt the campaign of education has homo degrade theItarmy, weaken sound nnd conservative position of tho Demofor federal end will not bo told boforo Novcmbor. Its authority, provoka conflicts rcicct They show: 1. That tho necessaries of life cratic party upon thlsauestlon, and to comml' of fruits. Tho plain truth Is that this policy between races as Meantimo overy bullet protection cannot much longer stand It Irrevocably to tho doctrlno of frco trade. that is lired and woll as between the pooplo nnd the military, should bo substantially free. 8. That luxuries men who aro engaged In this effort, no against the tremendous pressure of public and tho present era of conciliation nnd gooel overy drop of blood that is shed will help should benr tho heaviest burdens. 8. Thnt Iho matter how honest, and sincere they may be sentiment for Its abandonment. fooling would bo superseded by the prevnlcnce theru should bo free raw materials for tho In their Individual convictions, havo no right Tho causo of Industrial emancipation is of a spirit of bitterness and hate. The bill Is to provo tho wisdom of Mr. Clarkson's benefit of our manufacturers, i. That tho tarto pager masquerade as truo Democrats whllo marching on. When protection was llrst suga desperate attempt to prop up tho fulling for- advice to Mr.Carnegie. Chicago Horald. iff Uon manufactured articles should as a seeking to commit the party to a policy which gested In this country it was not intended to tunes of a once great illtlcal party; It was It hasalwa)sdlstlnctly repudiated, and which, be the permanent policy of tho government, conceived in political animosity, Is urged from general rule bo larger whero similar articles lfadopted, must Inevltnbly, In my Judgment, but It was urged merely as a temporary mcostho narrowest and worst of motive') and Is unMust Judgo by tho Itocord. aro manufactured In this country than whero affect Injuriously the welfare worthy a place among tho statutes of tho the country uro in aid nf weak and struggling industries. they nro not. 5. That tho tariff Imposed upon and unfit the Democratic partyoffor tho mainIt was understood thnt the favoritism was to Amorican republic Somo of tho Republicans who say that nil manufactured articles (other than thoso tenance of those wlso principles of governcense when our "infant Industries," as they Tho Democratic party desires free, honest which for good reasons aro placed ou tho free ment of which it has for nearly a century been are called, should be able to stand alone. I and fair elections everywhere. It desires them tho forco bill plank cf tho Minneapolis heard this ory of "Infant Industries" when I not merely becuuso they would Inure to Its platform docs not mean a forco bill may list) should equal tho difference between tho tho proud and umtcldlng representative. Thoy areatlv inlstnko nublia wnilmmi wlm was a child; it was continued during my boy. benefit, but ujion tho unselfish and high ground bo sincere in thoir belief, but tho country ratoof wages paid In Oils nnd foreign counhood; It was reiterated when I was assuruo to consider tho revolution last vounir that thev are essential to t)m hrn.nrviiilr,n nf tries so far as lubor outers Into tho cost of at tllfl nnltft fUinSnillltn.n)linlf.lnlinn autumn J man, and It has redoubled in Intensitya during In tn our freo Institutions. Our patty has suffered must judgo by tho record. A similar their production. vorof radical tariff legislation. It was, so far my manhood, but while I havo been growing much In tho past from tho corrupt and tyrandeclaration in tho Rnpubllcau platform President Harrison, In his lugonlous letter of as tho tariff wns an Issue, a popular outburst 0L during all this period these samo industries nical election mothods of our 4v ersarlcs. Tha acceptance, endeavors to placo our party In a against excessive duties, against restricted seem to have been enjoying a season of jierpot-uof 1883 was followod by tho forco bill of Republican party Is tho party of wealth, youth air nf markets, against war of cornorato lntltinnrn nml nt nri luiMiuiuiuiio uy caning attention lo tho fact of favored Industries, taxation for the beneflt ernmental under the Invigoratingtlmo thntgovtho Reed congress, drawn by John I. favoritism. It Is high the v tccted monoiwlists. but only blind theorists Ours Is a purty of tho that whllo our platiorm In 18tt, rcadoptcd In could sco )n It any Indication that tho people fostering caro of the government should bo pain peopie, ino men or moderato means, the Davonport, Harrison's Now York agent, IsSS, 'contained an oxpreas plank ujxm this withdrawn and they be permitted to mature. aro Impatient of nil "bpne and question of tho equalization of wages, yet It to direct taxation totariffs and desire to resort In tho elections of 18U0 tho McKlnley bill neither tho sinew" of the country. We have undorths supervision of tho Harrison sccuro tho necessary revdisposition nor tho reruns to corw as one of the Important issues Involved. You was omitted lu 180J, nud asserts that wo havo enues for tho support of tho government. rupt our elections, and our party has been administration. Its passago was strongly novel to bo told that it was emphatically As a Domocrat I must resiiectfully decline do not chatigod our position. I beg to differ with him. foremost In all tho laudablo efforts of recent urged by Harrison in two of his me?-repudiated by the people, who dcmaudedjts years to placo upon our statuto books thoso roThcro has been no change. It Is not always to support any movement, no inntter by whom unfrna thruirrfi in fiin .ntnnaimi f 1P.OQ,. nur. repeal or modification. Tberowas no mistakpracticable to place in a platform tho details of Instigated or chamnlnm!. limtnir form election laws under ing tho public sentlmont expressed. It was a bribery and Intimidation are which; corruption, Ropublican would admit poso tho adoption of any such suicidal policy propMned leglilatlon. that tho plank M rendorcddlfTlcult, political revolution unprecedented In the hisas I said to bo contemplated by tho meeting If not Impossible Tho platforms of 1881-- wore claboroto and tory of tho republic A Democratic house of condition of affairs Thcro has boon no auoh adopted at Chicago meant a forco bill to which ) on havo Invited me. In my opinion at tho south as to Justify lengthy, nnd It was elcslrablo to simplify them, such movements only embarrass And Injure rcprcsontntlvos, chosen by tho pcoplo n their tho enactment of tho Davenport measure, Now when a platform mado in a conveu (leneral principles wcro stated lu 18U2 rather the cause of tariff reform. I remain, very great uprising, faithfully obeyed thee popular It Is true that tho colored people In large truly yours, will nnd sought to change tho tariff, but a ReDavid 11. Hill. than partlcuhvrs.oui In 1S8I, Thcro Is no connumbers are thero voting tho Democratic tion coatrollod by Harrison's onlcchold-or- s publican senato refused oven to consider tho ticket, but this affords no sufficient I Insist that nolther tho Democratic party declares that thoy "will noyor rclont" flict between theim Thcro was no necessity for nor I have changed our ialtlon upon this suujeci. ino ireo wool mil, me rroc binding taking away from them, or from us,reasoncontho for tho repetition of that plank, as tho party's question, but that we stand where wo have tw lno bill, and all tho other measures passed trol of their or our elections. Tho colored peo-- in their purposo, it is idlo to say that position upon It had been evidenced by the by the pcoplo's representatives in the house ever stood. thoy do not moan pio were nov iroeu irom Slavery to become the St. Louis I&publio. Tariff roform does not mcim freo trudo. Our for relief from tariff taxation wero contemplaves of tho Republican party. Tho south is opponents misrepresent uur position now as tuously laid aside In the senate. Tho Repubhi, uuiicni ouu cupaoic, ana ir permitted, as New Kind of Protection. licans insulted thojicople by they hnvo oyer dono should be.lt will work out its social and "cla ' 'c aro lo bo Judged as much by message of 1S.V7. In sliu-- tho famous tariff ing that the popular verdict absurdly asserthad been prothut historic message Mr. Carnegie's kind of protection If other problems In Its own wny without Injury tlielr records as by tholr platforms. Wo stand duced by misruprcsontAflon-tb- at tho people ourcandhato expressly ivpudlutvd the sugto tho colored race, injustice to the north, or now secured by dotcctives with not only upou our platform of 1803, but unnn sevoi gestion thut ho was uiileilngutKin niiycrusacle did pot know their own minds. Wo must apto the Republican party, or danger to iho tho Mills bill, which woj tho latest general peal thorcforo In this election from tho senate of freo trade, llu did not dunnm! that our lectivo franchise In hooters. Chicago to tho pooplo, and ask them again to oxpress of tho American people any pvont tho majority uemocraua legislation upon tno tariff subject. ho wiped uut of existence. tnrlff laws should their disapproval of the McKlnloy law. Wo measure which threatenswill novcr approve ss Listen to what lui then mid: That bill was as good an cxks1Ioii of our printheir liberties, logal-itchavo conlldenco In their Intelligence and disAs Like as Two P's. "Our I rest ul tariff law s. the v lelous, Inequiciples ns any ulaboruto platform could possiand absolutely guarantees cernment, and wo have every reason to expect tisanunfairness to tho unscrupulous party partable and lllouMcnl NH.rconf uiiiieccM-nr- y victories bly bo. Pinkertonlsm and protoction aro that 111.,. ought to Is) at onco rev Iscsl nnd amend. that the vcrdftt of 18U0, onco Intelligently rendares to enact it. rl.ii-jvv.- iNow what did tho Mills bill dlscloso upon dered, will not borovorscd In lHW, IVVl, 1" !. cd." US.U US i.... m. UOCUtU I UU.UIUHHIIU, ti At the thcro tha question of tho equalisation of wages? 1 Again: Thero Is another Issue lu this campaign of one stnto approaching election n Judgois only officer to bo chosen of the make tho statement, and Vhullengo a contra"It Is not liroposeil to entirely rollovo tho equal If not greater Importance than tno tariff, That ''Same" Cuniiitmll. which affects tho rights and liberties of every office to bo filled being a Judicial one, diction of lu truth, thut thero was not n slnglo country of ibis luxation. It iiiust Isj extenstato citizen. Tho Republican party scorns to be IrNow Presidont Ilarrlion will bo obll Issues may not enter largely Into tho cammanufactured article mentioned In that bill sively enutliiuiil us a tourco of the government's Imonu. nnd In Ihureudju linent of our revocably committed to the passage of thecd. upon which thu duty was rexlucud. unon which that as eral elections bill, generally known as the paign, liemay well it mny, the Democracy of ed to seek nnothsr Cnmnhall in mirl tariff the lute re regard "'l'ro Wtt not "tl" ltfl ' uuty sufficient to rep- - In manufacture tsuf Ainerhuii laburcnguged "furco bill," and although It must ho evident the statoupon the issues and themselves- - as In. him acroeatho political desert. Chical should be carefully considvluclble record which they pntrlntla nud thoughtful members are ablo to present.. The party which keeps to the most eiw hi wugos paw in mis nnci ered, as well us tliu preservation of nur manu"" of that organization that It Is a piece of politiw'i.'" couutrles fur tho labor Involved In Its facturers." mi) ; the promises upon which It was Intrusted with evening Poet. only equaled by its mendacity, Aguln ho cal foolishness power always retains the confidence of tho l'ufcuon. I can safely go further and say Fine Job Printing there has appeared w Nrws o(llec. "lint tho tuht '" nmnr nstnncw tha duty permitted to should bo rtducllon of taxation demanded Its advocacy. It Is for them no escape from people. Look at Uio aamirabJe.iuls?lucti an Impeachment of the bo measured ns not to necessitate or exceeded Ibis iUfffjeucej. In wages rWttln. rood sense of the Itenublican leaders thnt. Umv ""JJry cither iho l;s of .employment byjlio should 'press the consideration of so offensive , and unwise a measure at this or any othor piV-ven- T5 Tp7 TPfcr ffTfr ifnr TfPTT IffTT TTr7 .a llltt-trn- rofU-rtc- 1 pro-perl-ty s I ' Bcut-tle- work-lngm- how-ove- 1 n w vlgi-lanc- e. clti-ren- s; vv ctop-ut- . o, Car-nogi- I I ,.. rM2 ' al v. fni-ll- a 8 it News-Recor- n, J """ x Wi Dr .J. M. Clayton, Remember goods. Bnbbngo for furnishing Babbngu's for Gloves. Gloves, Gloves, Gloves, nt Babbago's Wcnr the "Gem Shirt," you can find Physician Office Surgeon. WHAT'DimLYE? it Tho Brockonridgo Boys Dofoat tho Owonsboro "Invlnct- d Henry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. Johu M. Borntrneger war Payne A G Hardware Store. OLOVERPORT. KY. Bakery. ' Nico pickles 5 cents , a dozen nt tlio City her sister at Babbago's. Mr. L. B. Helm, of Stophensport, wns in tho city yesterday. Mrs". F. P. Browning Ip tho finest of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Randall. Sulzor's line of cloaks nro prettier than ever this season bo tho ladies say. Dr. R. Nnpper, of Stophensport, passed through this city yesterday on routo to Daviess county. Sulzor's havo a benutliul lino of Decorated Flower Pota ne w Btylo.ncw shapes, just tlio thing for your windows. Lndics niako your Bolcctlon today fur n clonk big lino, choice pntt nib, Sulzer'a. Frnnk who hns been thogucfit John G. of Wm. A. TlniuH of Mt. Joseph, for tl.o past two weeks, hns returned to his home in Owonsboro. Mrs. It. B. Cox nnd Mrs. II. C. Jolly, of Uulon Star, w ro in tho city yesterday and visited this ofllco, nccompaiiled by Miss Aunio Bnssctt. ...m ........ ...., ir- - t mi from this city, spent a few days in tho Hardinsburg neighborhood lately, tampering with tho young Indies' nffections. Mr, Abe Ditto, of Long Branch, Mcndo county, is sick with typhoid fever. As yet the fever has not yet assumed a dangerous form, nnd it is liopod by his relatives and friends that hu will pull through nil right. Col. B. F. SniinderH, of Uniontown, is in the tity in tho Inlorekt of tho Equitable Life li Hurnnro Co. He is tho man E. T. T. tlintHOK'inp'eloly liiinlhilnt.-.G. I. Franks, tint Republican elector nt hugo, nt Uuioiitouii lut Wi ek ill a debate on tho political ifsueaof the day, 'iHju entries for the difleiout (ruttimr nnd running rinpi for tho Owvnphom fair lire all elt.sul nud tho publihhed liM kIiowh (lint there will be home fiuo HMrt down there next weik. Seven Blnbles Were on tho grounds Inst Sunday nud have been in active training since. iMoro tliun eighty nulls hail been engaged nnd nro probably filled by this time. The L. St. L. & T. railroad will sell excursion tickets October 4th to 8th, inclusive, from all stations, Henderson to lrvington, inclusive; nnd from nil (stations on tho L. H. & W. railroad, Garfield to Glendenn, inclusive, (via. lrvington) to Owonsboro nt one fnir for tho round trip. In connection with regular train service a special train will bo run between Cloverport and Owensboro Oct Cth, 7th, nud 8th, lenving Cloverport nt 8.05 n. m., nnd stopping nt nil stations. Returning will leave Owensboro nt 5:30 p. m. All tickets will bo good returning on nny train until Oct. 8, 1892. ! Mrs. C. D.Tcmplo is visiting A. Merchant Tailor, OANNELTON, IND. Suite mrnlo to order In tlio best Btyle. Forfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. J. KIRST, Physician p Surgeon Office mcr lireckenridge A. A. Simons, M, D. Hank. CLOVERPORT, AT -- r J. W. JARRETT, U.S. Claim & Pension Agent STEPHENSPORT, KY. BrecKenridge News. 1892. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, LOCAL BREVITIES. Babbago for collars nnd cuffs. Fresh macaroni nnd rico nt tlio City Bakery. New sour pickles ano Limbcrgorchceso nt Seifricds. ' Now fall goods at Mrs, II. V. Duncnn's titvolicrrtcn.il. Mlwt Nannio Stephens is visiting relatives in Bardetown. Mira Cynthia Artmnn, of Henderson, is visiting Miss Mnry Carter. Frcsli candles and hot peanuts constantly kept at the City Bakery. Frcph.Oystore direct from Baltimore, sorved in any style. F.Stifried. Mr. O. It. French, of Union Star, was in tho city on business ono day Init week. Miss Ella Goodson was 'in tho city Monday instructing her new music class. Tho Owenaboro fair comes off noxt wock. This is tho fair of Wcstorn Kentucky. Albert Lalleist has been out at Austin McGavock's for tho past week doingsomo tin rooffing. Mr. Peter Brashenr nnd a young Mr. Wntkins, of Owensboro, aro visiting relatives in this city. Mr. P. V. Dancan mado n trip over. into the Fordsvillo country last week looking at tobacco. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Tnul, of Tar Fork, were in the city shopping last week and called at this office Tho parsonngo is receiving n now roof thanks to tho two energetic sisters who mado up tho money to securo it. Mrs. II. V. Duncan, has just roturncd from Louisville whero alio had been to purchase her fall stock of millinery. Messrs Thos. nnd Albert AVood of wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Peak Sunday, returning homo Mondny. Mr. Silas Skinner, of Decater, 111., who has been visiting relatives in this county forBovoral weeks returned homo Monday. Mr. Ad. Bennett, keeper of tho Hen visited his homo nt derson wharf-boa- t, Stophensport last week nnd returned Friday. Mr. Samuel Sulzer Sr. of Louisvlllo, was tho guest of his grandson, Mr. J. 0. Nolto Bovernl days last week, returning homo Monday. Dr. Gcorgo M. Marshall, of tho oyo and car department in tho Manhattan Hospital, N. Y. was visiting friends in tho city Inst Sunday. Mr. Rfchnrd Mnttingly has traided his town property to Mr. M. Hammnn for part of his Addison farm nnd will movo his family thcro soon. Hundreds of uniformed K. P's will march in lino in Cloverport Oct. 15th, nnd it will bo n grand sight thnt Clover-pohas nover witnessed before Mrs. Molly Jolly, of Stophensport, was in tho city last Saturday. Mrs. Jolly hns rented a houso in Eastland and will probably movo horo within a fow weeks. Mr. A. B. Schmidt, a hustling dutch-ma- n from Evansvillo, agent for tho Cook Browing Co., was in tho city last week to bco Clios. Lisbon, his agent here. Visitors to tho Owonsboro fair noxt week will hear ono of tho finest bands nnd tho best music in tho country. It is nn Indianapolis band and cost tho company $800. to securo it. Gcorgo E. Lemon Division, Uniform Rnnk, Knights of Pythias, will bo instituted in Cloverport Oct. ICth. Tho occasion will bo colobrntcd by giving a grand barbecue, speeches, pnrndo etc. Tho Owonsboro bnso ball club, after receiving a drubbing nt tho hands of tho Breckenridgo boys last Saturday went down homo and on Sunday beat the Cooks, of Evansvillo, by n score of 10 to 4. Miss Etta Halo, of Louisville, who so ploascd tho ladies of Cloverport as n trim-mo- r in Mrs. II. V. Duncan's millinery establishment Inst spring, will arrivo this week and ncccpt her old position with Mrs. Duncan for tho fall season. John Lasley, colored, whoesenpod from tho offlcore horo somo timo ago with a pair of handcuffs on, ventured back last wook,nndnftor dodging nround a fow days, was rqnrrcstod Friday by ofllcer Do Haven. Ho was taken to Hardinsburg Saturday and lodged in tho county Jail. Mr. Henry Hngan,of Loxlngton, formerly of Cecilia, Hardin county, was tho guest of his brothor-in-lnand sistor, Mr. und Mrs. Frank Bea von, several days lost vyeok. Ho was very favorably impressed with the city of Cloverport. Ho Bald thnt his idoa of Cloverport was, that it was a littlo wooden town, nnd ho was much surprisod to And blocks of two nnd throo-stor- y brick business houses nnd largo manufacturing establishments costing hundrun&s of thousands of dollars. Ho is only ono of many that havo their former opinions of us dispersed when J they pay ua a visit. Ek-ron, rt w JS-- - I H ' nt Pellvillo. Mr. 55, T. Cox, of Stophensport, was in tho city Monday. John McCoy, of Stcphensport, wns in tho city Saturday. Mr. G. Wi Jordon wont to Louisvlllo Saturday on business. Wnntod ten girls to trim npplcs, L. D. Addison, Addison, Ky. Dr. Dompstor,)f Dempster, wns in tlio city n couplo of days last week. Miss Brook Stephens is attending Miss Hamptons school in Louisville. Scott Morton nnd wifo of Rock Lick wero visiting in tho city yeetcrdny. Miss Bcssio Hnmbloton is rusticating in the rural districts with rolntivcs this week. Stnplo and fancy groceries of all kinds, always kept on hnnd nt tlio City Bakery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Walls, of Sample, wero in tho city shopping ono day last week. Misses Nannio and Sallio Murray aro visiting at Mr, John McGnvocks in tho country. Miss Ireno Nowsom hns returned to tho city from n pleasant visit to her sister in Louisville. Grant Gregory is building a now veranda to his house. Mnyhall & Yeager nro tho contractors. Mr. .1. C. Gornily, of Biicyrus, 0 , wns tho giirfit of engineer L. T. Reld n fuw days Inst week. Tho much nnodod now floor is nt Inst being layeil in tlio bridge ncrora Clovr crook in this city. At Mrs. II. V. Duncnn's is the best place to buy your Fall Hat nud gi t it trimmer. trimmed by n of Owonsboro, vmo up Mrs. MeDnlel, Friday night to seo her daughter, Caddie, who is nick nt tlio residence of John Dean. Miss Lula London, who has been visiting relatives and frlonds at Hartford, for so vera 1 weeks, returned homo last week. Mr. Frank Sugg, the sporting drummer, was in tho city soveral days last wrek, Give Frank a dog and a gun nnd ho is in it Cloverport nnd surrounding country will be nbout cleaned out next weak. Everybody is going to tho Owonsboro fair. Mr. R. A. Shellmnn nnd Miss Emma Mosely, of Stcphonsport, wero passengers on the trains to and from Owonsboro last Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Owen, of Oakland, Cal., who havo been visiting relatives here for somo time, returned homo last Friday. If you want to bco something nico in tho way of a campaign badgo, notice that Cioveland badgo on tho lapol of Gcorgo Jordon'a coat. Mr. Louio Lisbon will leavo noxt Monday to visit his father nnd other relatives nnd friends at his old home, Warsaw, III. Ho will bo gono about two wcoks. Dr. L. W. German, dentist, Louis-villwill bo in Cloverport from October 3rd to 14th. Can bo found nt Dr. S. S. Watkln's ofllco. Prices rcasonnblo. Probably tho largest crowd of peoplo thnt has assembled at Cloverport this season will be heie on tho 15th day of Oct. at tho big Knights of Pythias barbecue. Mr. II. Stucky, of Bucyrus, 0., who has bcon horo for somo timo placing Bomo new machinery into tho Patton and Acmo brick plants, roturncd homo last week. Mr. James Heron has resigned his placo as Superintendent of tho Breckenridgo Company, limited, and will return to England. His placo with tho company will bo filled by Mr. Gcorgo Bontly. Mr. Ralph Nutting tho young coppersmith and cornotist, has taken charge, as teacher and leader, of tho Cloverport Cornet Band, and under his instructions it is making marked improvement. o, bios" byaScoroof A 8to7. Hotly Contested Game, but the Home Boys Make a Garrison Finish and Win in the Ninth by a Neck. km Is the kind we sell. j . aoTMttG It is healthy FIRST IN THE RUSH To examine Sulzers' new Fall Stock si those who have traded long with them aj now desire to be ' THE OWENSBORO MESSENGER'S FUNNY ACCOUNT OF THE GAME. About four hundred spectators assembled Jon tho Hardinsburg Inst Sntunloy afternoon, to witness tho second gamo of ball to bo played between the Owensboro "Irwin-cibles- " nnd tho Hnrdinsburg nlno. It wns known that tho gnmo would boa good ono, ns tho Owensboros clnim to bo tlio nmntour champions of Tennessee, Kentucky nnd Indiana, nnd it takes just such n club to interest the Hnrdinsburg nino. Tho gnmo wn called nt two o'clock p. in., nnd wns hotly contested from the start. Tho homo boys lend up to tho third inning, but horo the "Invincibles" bunched their hits nnd scored three runs. Not discouraged in tho least, tho only played with more vlm.nnd two men crofsed tho plate in the same inning, tying tho score. Tlio Owensboros untied it in the fourth and held tho lend to tlio ninth inning, when the stwo htMd 7 to 4 in Tin ir fnvor, and it limit 1 ns if they might bo tho wimit rs. In tho ninth the weiiHhoros failed to wonyind the llnriliiixhiirg biH chii- i- to the but with blond in theln.Mi-- , df leilnilled to win or v down tijieg. I rqueiitl (mm d they iuivi snuteho.l i feat li whipping in tie' II. ink as they past il under the string, and tin ir courage did not fail them now. Si izing their huts the plucky littlo "Hill Billis" took their jiositlons hingiiig "Cliuich is not out till tho Doxolocv Is sune." Hook got his baso on balls nnd btolo second; Benrd mnde n bnso hit, sending Hook to third, nud stolo second. This wns encouraging to tlio homo boys, nnd the spectators wero growing nervous in brcnthlcss surpenso. Hubert Bruner, n sogy slugger from Union Stnr, now grasped tlio willow nnd finding the bnll nicely, lined out n sending Hook nnd Benrd neross the plato nmid tremendous applause. Tilings nro now beginning to look fnvornble. We only want one to tie the game nnd two to win; Bruner is on second, with only ono man out; Owensboro is getting rattled, and tho homo boys are receiving all tho encouragement that a sympathizing nudienco enn give them; Driskeli steps to tho plnte,nnd tho very first strlko tliut Redding starts him meets his bat with tremendous force; tho sphere is over nnd bejond all fielders; Bruner has crossed homo pinto nnd Driskeli is pastsecoud; fielder is still chasing the bull; audienco going wild; Driskeli crosses thejplute, makingn clean clear home run, nnd the gamo is won; pandemonium reigns for twenty minutes. Following is tho score by innings: ball-grounHnrd-insburbo-fo- n-li-- r two-bngge- r, rd because it is "our own" Louisville make, and not put together in crowded tenement houses in the East, where disease lurks in every corner. Don't buy any Clothing for yourself or boys but "our own make," and you will never regret it. FIRST IN THE SWIM OF FASHION. . 'tki " ! I i I Julius Winter & Co., i s01cl ?care.S3SESi Those stylish FALL WRAPS are sure tU the vogue. Such bargains in DR GOODS as SULZERS arc able to ol make them the leaders, Holiablo" Clothiers Cor. Third arid Market, Louisville, Ky AND FIRST IN THE HEARTS OF THEIR CUSTOMERS. Yours, with patriotic and benevolent! AUVIinl I will offer regard, at Public Sale all i SULZERS. CLOVERPORT, -- my Household and Kitchen Furniture (good as new,) Garden Implements, Etc. Also a Surrey in splendid condition, J3 LJL JLkz -- ATHAT. Jb JLA Saturday, On Wall Oct. 1, '9, B. F. BEARD & C Arc displaying the largest lino of street in front of Dr. ACCIDENTS. James McManiwayand Robt. Lewis Each Has a Hand MutilaloJ. Qeorge E. L. Newsom's office. Terms cash. JOSEPH PORTER, Auctioneer. Hiram Cnrlton wns unexpectedly allied to Hnrdin county Inst Thursdny to seo his brother, 'Squire Cnrlton, who wns Mr. Cnrlton loft him convalvery Bick. escent Saturday. James Harrington und fninlly went to n Wheeler picnic nt Mny's Grovo Friday. Up to this writing they hnvo not returned. It is thought thnt Mr. Hnrrington is out stumping Hardin for Weaver and Fields, or clso ho hns gono to Elizabeth-town- , secured a scat on tho speaker's stand and intends to hold it till Gen. Fields finishes speaking on tlio evening of Oct. 5th. Last Friday tho peoplo for miles around gathered nt tho homo of Mr. Itnlph Horsoloy, near New Salem. Tho birthday. ovent being his ninety-secon- d Dinner wns taken in grent quantities nnd eaten with gusto; two sermons were prenched nnd everybody went nwny feeling happy nnd wishing him yot mnny returns of his natal day. Undo Charley Lucas, living near Burns, is still older and is lively enough, that ho bids fair to becomo a centenarian. JAMES HERON. Save Your Money ! Ladies' Dress Goods and Furnishii Ever looked nt in tins town. Our stock of Craven Kicked By a Male. Mr. James McMnniwny worked nt tho Putton Brick Works, his job being thnt of feeding a The brick nro taken ono in each bund and placed in tho press, and must lo dono while tho pressor is moving up ward, for it immediately starts bnck, nnd while it decends slowly, it comes down with a" heavy pressure. y Unfortunately on ono occasion last Mr. McMnniwny did not move his hands quick enough nnd his, right hand wns caught by tho descending machine nnd crushed inn horrible manner. Tho member was nlmost cut off nbovo tho wrist, ond tho pnlm nnd fingers were mashed out of all shape. Doctors Owen nud Simons drepsed tho wound and found it necessary to re movo several br iken bones from tho palm of tho hand nnd nmputnto one finger. Fr'-da- '""'".p llurdintliiirf; Owciikburn. . . . . Struck out Hook, 7; Redding, 5. Home runs Hook and Driskeli. TUB MKsSEXOKIl's FUNNY ACCOUNT OAME. OK TlIK .00310310 1 o '345678 j o o o o 1 9 T 4- -8 o--7 Miss Cora Wcathcrholt, tho accommod dating and saleslady in Bowmer & Hambleton's storo, who is visiting relatives in Ohio county, wns thrown from a frightoncd horso nt Sulphur Springs ono day last wcok, but fortunately was not seriously hurt. Tho establishing of a Uniform Rank of tho Knights of Pythias is always a noted and ovent in tho history of that celebrated, bonovolont order. Tho Georgo E. Lemon Division will bo instituted in Cloverport Oct. ICth, and thousands of persons will no doubt attend tho grand barbecue and witness the uniformed parade. Mr. Milton Carman and Miss Ada Tucker, from tiio Custor neighborhood boarded tho Henderson packet hero last Saturday on route for Cannelton, Ind. Thoy wero fleeing from parental objections, nnd They wero marBookingaGrotnaGrccn. ried Saturday ovening, nnd returned hero Sundny on tho train on routo bsck homo to seek forgivness on bended knees for their disobedience Bet they wero received with open arras. well-belike- CUT IN TUB PLANING MILL i ,'s Whllo Mr. Robt. Lewis wns working in tho Thiid Street Plnrdng Mill Inst Saturday, ho caught his right hand in tlio revolving bits nnd so mutilated it that the physicians found it necessary to nmputnto part of three fingers. Ho was working at tho jointer and had pushed a piece of timber through, and in bringing Ills hnnd bnck, ho unfortunately let it drop too low nnd it was caught by the bits. Tho first finger was taken .off near the third joint; the second ono near the second joint; and tlio third ono nenr tho first joint. Doctors Owen nnd Smith dressed tho injured member. KICKED 11 V A MUI.K. r A Why is it that tlioro is not a fair company organized in Cloverport? It is a fact in history that Kentucky people will go to fairs, and whllo our people traipse away off to Owonsboro, ns thoy will do noxt week, wo had just ns woll havo Owonsboro peoplo to roturn tho compliment thonvook after. Thoy would doit. A company should bo organized this fall, and by next fall wo could hold our first meeting. Cloverport is easy of access from every direction, nnd It would bo a good paying investment. Mr. Ed. Gregory loft Monday for Irv ington, Brandenburg, Rockhaven, West-poinnd other places up tho road with Sulzer'a free show nnd advertising outfit. Ed. 1s creating quito a sensation in tho neighborhoods through which ho travels. This is ono of tho most gigantic advertising echeines that nuy firm in this section hns yet dropped onto, but it is not at nil surprising when it is known thnt tho onlorprising firm of Sulzer's lead in everything. nt Dr. Wntkins was summoned to Victoria last Friday by n tolcphono message which stated thnt Georgo Craven had bcon kicked by n mule nnd nlmost killed. On arriving,' tho doctor found that Mr. Craven had been kicked in tho hend nnd Bovcrcly, though not dangerously, hurt. His head was considerably skinnrd and ho wns rendered unconscious for a timo by tho blow, This cnused tho re- port that ho had been killed. A Fatal Fall. Mr. Jones Mercer, n prominent nnd wealthy fnrmer in tho Forks of Rough, met his death suddenly Mondny morning, at his homo nbput 0 o'clock. Mr. Mercer wan nenr tho top oi his tobacco barn arranging somo poles on which to hnng somo tobneco, when ho missed his footing nnd fell n distance of eighteen feet, Tho fnll would not probably havo resulted seriously to n younger man, but for Mr. Mercer it was n fatal ono. Ho was G7 years ol ago !nud after ho struck tho floor ho lived but n littlo while Mr. Mercer was n brother of Judge N. Mc. 0. Mercer, pf Hurdinshuiy, and tho nows His brother wns quito a shock to him. was at Hardinsburg last Friday nnd ate dinner with him nud of course wns there in porfict health. Tho funeral took ptneo ycstinhiy at the deceased's homo in tho Forks of Rough. IJu wns buried by Ou innBons. The Owonsboro Messenger usually gives a minute account of tho gnntes their club wins, bending hnlf nnd wholo column descriptions with flaming hendlines. Here is its account of this game. "Tho Owensboros plnyod tho Hnrdinsburg base ball club on tho grounds of tho latter yesterday, losing tho gnmo byn ecore of 8 to 7. Thoy wero mnde to piny on n in n corn-fielnnd wns benten by n scratch." o This little local, so spitefully jerked out, is very amusing on account of tlio rediculousness of its statements. Bnso bull games nro usually played in corn fields, aren't they ? Hu, hu! Tho fact is, Owensboro will havo to import somo new men before thoy can over do much with tho Breckenridgo team. Not a boy played In our nlno Saturday b.ut what was born and raised and now lives in Breckenridgo county, nnd wo reiterate A Pretty Wedding-- . whnt we said several weeks ago: Special to tho Nkws. ''Wo can beat nny county in tho Stnto Quito tho prettiest wedding of tho seawill play strictly homo talent, nnd thnt son wns that of Mr. L. Earnest Hondor-so- n wo enn beat tho Owensboro profession and Miss Emma Hodges at tho nls. M. E. church, on the ovening of CUSTER. September Oth. Bob Cook went to Hnrdinsburg Tho brido was attired in a lovely cosMrs. Sallio Tucker is visiting In Forks tume of white and tho .bridal veil, carrying a lovely boquet of brido roses. ol Rough. Tho maid of honor, MissNolIioO. HenHon. A. B. Montgomery will Bpeuk derson, sister of tho groom, costumo of here Oct. 10th. yellow; bride's maids Miss Aunio HenLittlo Chnrlov Aloxnnder hns licen derson, sister of tho bride, nnd Miss quito sick for two dnys. Binncho Jolly, costumes pink; ushers, Miss Argent Morcor, of Rc-tta- , spent Mr. Herbert Cnln, Ilowleyvillo, nnd Mr. Sunday with Mrs. Dr. Mcador. Allen Long, Louisville; Rav. Cundifl" ofJames Ilnynes hns rented his farm ficiating. Tho brido is quito n popular to Dick Bennett for noxt year. nnd pretty young lndy. Tho groom is prosperous young men Georgo Pickerel, Louisville, has been ono of tho most county. Thoy of Breckenridgo were tho visiting horo for tho past week. recipients of quito a number of handsomo Warren Alexandor has sold his farm to presents. Gnbo Adkisson and is talking of going to Ajicurunce'i4 Arc Deceptive. Stcphonsport. Ho looked evory inch tho hotf, but ha Miss Mary Sekuskeo has been very ill wasn't. Ho sat insido a Cottage Grovo avenue with fuver for a few days',init shu is now car, while two women and a mnn stood bettor and out of danger. just in front of him. Ono woman held Overseer Jordan had tho hands nt on to a strap, whilo tho otlior wabbled work on tho Bewioyvlllo rond Friday. about in a.manner very disconcerting to Tho work will coiitiuuo next week nnd a man who was sitting. Glancing up uneasily ho discovered until tho highway is in perfect order. tho cause. The man who wns standing Webster, tho Dr. Hniter medicino was grasping two straps in ono hand. mnn wns In town Snunduy, advertising Tlio muu who was sitting may havo collecting, selling, gnxiiig, giving nwny rosomblcd tlio street car hog, but, as wo dream books nnd distributing sntnplo havo said, he wasn't, not by a long shot. Reaching np, ho touched tho mnn on doses of pills. tho shoulder. Wo wonder how many lovers of good "I beg pardon, but won't you lot this literature nro rending "Tho Scarlet Let- lady havo ono of tho60 strnpsT ter" in tho News. When a boy wo read Then ho drew his pot corn from nnder It with intenwi interest, over sinco betho soat and resigned himself to his hoving that Hawthorne's insight, into DttDor. Chlcairo Nows Record. human nature stands unequalled by that Xettraiffla JVivioiis of iinv other author whom wo havo rend. Andthoso troubled with nervousness resulting from enru or o urn ork will Us relterud by taking Tlio Nkws is giving n trcnt in ubllshing Ih'uimi'H Jron JUttrrtt. ommIm this innsterpiece. ha timid uiurW lU'lcnwxl rot lings on wrapper. hill-sido six-linIlow-loyvil- le y. coni-Mire- d A I STORE Credit Prices ! C' ZlLj CD w JbZ lmvo Aro by far tlio best selection tur put h f to tlio 1 Bewleyville.Ky. No public, anil wo take no littlo pains in showing our customers through our elegant stock. If you wish lo bo pleased in a neat Everything Marked in Plaio Figures. FITTING SH B. F. Gents ! You can go no farther than our immenso stock to suit yoursel x" Will give you more Goods produce you for your than any BEAliD & 0(B t? house that will pay HARDINSBURG, KY. nominally a higher price than it can be sold at. WOOD'S PHOSPHODINE 'J liu i:nj,'llkli Urcitt itcmedy. flf'SAsHtrtWasI NcnouiWcakncta. Promptly ami permanently cures .ill ffirniH of Kinit- - WTAW y dniKRi' ("' Wood's I'uosriioDiNCt ifhc oflcr. tome worthies, medicine In place of thli, leave hlidlthoneit.tort. Inclose price In Ictter.jind we will tend by return nail. I'rice, ono packnire, II; lx,5. One will please, tlx will cure. I'amphlct In plain scaled envelope. J stamps. Address Co, Tlie Wood C'licnncnlDetroit, Mich.. 131 Woodward avenua Mf- c- Sold In Cloverport by C. C. Martin, nnd druggists everywhere. Medicine known. Uefore and Aner. t Ak fclnni. bucmintnrrhca. lin- potency and all clkcu or Alnikc or Ilun pretcrihcil ocrjJ yearn In tlinu.itiiltt nt riy . Is thp unlv lttllablu ami lionet It will pay you to visit our establishment when you get ready to purchase your FALL appatel. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Kcci. Leading Gents' Purnisner. FOR SALE. containing one hundred acras, Any linprored abd tho balance In timber, good two itory frame building containing six rooms, all good necessary cistern and good garden spot, and a variety of fruit, situated In the suburbs of Dig Bprln, In Hardin county. Will sell on reasonable terms or excUangOf for town property. For particulars apply to A. V. MOORMAN, Big Spring, Ky. A farm s$&Mm WHILE YOU'Rlt": ? for Jewelry, permlj. tit to Is worth Avatntntnto . . - ,w maae ..f euro man ib exercised A W a. j prvperiy Vi T. 1 tha wwtMMMIJtvJK - '.-- ! -- " PUBLIC SPEAKING. HON. A. B. MONTGOMERY, Democratic nominco for Congress, for tho Fourth Congrcsslonnl District, will address tho peoplo on tho Political issues of tho day, nt tho following times nnd places : Thursday Sept. 20th, Conilsnllne, Friday Sept. Silth. Kcllpss Mills ( Hardin co.), Saturday Oct. 1 IlardiniburK. Monday Oct. 17th, Clorerport, Tuesday Oct. 18th. lrvington, Wednesday Oct. 10th. Union Star, Thursday Oct. 20th. PayneiTllle (Mead 00 ) Friday Oct. 21st. (luitun (Meade 00.) Saturday Oot. 22d. MoDanleln, PUBLIC SALE. will sell at Publlo Sale to the highest bidder, at the farm of the late Edgar Dennrtt, near lrvington, Dreckenrldge eouuty, on Tuesday, October 11th, at 9 o'clock, the following stock! 15 besd of horses, conslsllnf of n I The latter are qutckljr consume, hu4, ii satisfactory, better 'goods ea be time. An Inevttmeet ia Jewelrr MSt for all, and, If UBsatWaetary, the' diaoU can't be remedied. He4 the MoeMity, care and the wledoa of dealing 'with reli urms. every artisw we Mil k exaetlv wl we represent It tad every aUteraeat w ' can lo relied urna. ir MisVkf sTrooeu Speaking to begin at 1 o'clock p. m. His opponents tiro requested to bo present nnd equal division of timo will bo given them. Tho "Gku" Shirt is tho best. bo found nt IlABnAOK's, broodmares, geldings and oolts, all highly bred, also three mule colts, thirty bead of Short-horthorough-breeattle, consisting of cows, belfen and calves, also some hogs, farm machinery and other Implements. Terms of sale made known on day tf tale. MR8. KATBL. DENNKTT. d F. N. D'Htiyi It&ttlstaf a Dimon5 '- tfwi It can SILVXRWARK, WATCUM, o The Cloverport Steam Laundry MmlMl IfessWltfsM, Mvmi Machinery now and l'or terms, StafJ etc .address CIIAI'l.N A IIOWAHD -: Cloverport, Ky, SAI.K first-clas- art Repairing r 'a rgwwivMimwmvmwMmn n i, uiHUPM!PifnVffiPIPP Breckenridge News. 1892. WEDNESDAY, SEITEMBDIt i8, , This plan of treatment finds its advocate in Dugoriliu Ilcautnctz, but somo of tiio more eminent of tho Paris medical faculty employ tho celebrated old French (ormula: Tincture ol cnnnetlo hub nitrate of bismuth Laudanum Gum arable water Tcaipoonful every two hours. ? antl-cmctl- FARMER JONES. Ho JACK IN THE WELL. Ro GREAT Is Interviowod by a Nows uiuvcr huu Aiiuuuiy oeuuiiifj. I Early seeding of clover in tho Bpnng obably gives tlio best results, nnu ono .generally safe, in our Northern latl- lein spreading tho seed over tho fro- pin ground lato in Fehruary or in Match. (tiring this Bcason tho winter is pretty fell brken, and while tho nights will 3tMi quito hard, the days will thaw tho rf$ui& '8 'ucal weather for sowing rr nceu. n buouiu no sown cany in aorning when tho ground is tlior- gbTy frozen, and on a day when tho As i is likely to thaw out tho top soil. i ground gradually thaws tho seeds will lBink into tho mud, and tho rain will i"e so apt to wash thera away. F A still morning is prcfcrablo for tho Ibrk, and on Boll that has never been Idea with clover, from six quarts to n Lshould be distributed broadcast. If round becins to melt before tho pjo field is sown, tho rest should bo Drmed on tho following morning tho ground is frozen again. Tho pate thawing and freezing will cover eeds so completely that thoy will bo for immediato growth as soon as (Spring is here. lotliy is often sown in tho fall and clover spread over it at tho rate of a Iiol to tho acre, but tho practice is not Igethor profitable. If tho seed is sown timothy sod, and Uiq hay crop is 'chief result sought, tho practice is a Ixl one; but when wheat sod is used the alt is not bo cood. If the wintcrjwheat pens to bo" injured by tho winter it c,bb late in comingj up, whilo the Bthy makes rapid progress. This often ens so that tho timothy completely jws the wheat, and in certain sea- ' it is impossible to tell which the consists of wheat or timothy BDeine too many wheat plants for a cr&p'and too much timothy for good Bat straw. E27 I obviate theso difficulties tho coin- practico should bo abandoned, and len n wheat crop is required, timothy liould not bo allowed to interfere with growth. Tho clover should bo sown tho spring for a big catch, and timothy Ail clover should be sown at the samo io when tho two are desired. The haothy should also bo sown early, and it the wheat has been injured by tho win- 'r it will readily get tho Btart of tho fnothy. Timothy can bo sown as early clover, and in about the Bamo way,but KJeeds of thotwoHhould not bo mixed. lo Bavo timo this is often done, but sepa- jfo sowing will give tho most satisfacto- "rcsults. Tho seeds aro not of equal eight, and whilo tho timothy seeds are attcred close to tho sower tho clover lds will go much further. The result bo that the field will be streaky and t'chy. Un sowing the field to timothy and clo- ovorything will depend upon tho Ip desired. If tho wheat crop is only incident and tho hay the miun ob- K. fall 60wing of timothy may pay, but liierwiso tho spring, and early spring is i, best timo to sow it. In selecting tho seed ono should be rcful. All grasses and clover seeds ftould bo tested beforoit is used, and in f.is way one can determine whether tho tality of seeds is nil right and whether jo seeds of weeds and other grasses are ixed with them. There aro several ays of testing clover and grabs seeds, it tho simplest method is to count the feds and place them between two warm oths that liavo been thoroughly boiled. lgloss should cover tho upper cloth.and fcemperaturo of 70 to 80 degrecsfihould nplied. Good seed ought to gcrmi- l in ten uays, anu all unit no not start flit timo should bo countttl as poor. than ten per cent, of tho tested fail tho wholo lot should bo re- i ' 1 n-i 15 i drama portor and Ho Glvos His Viows on Intor- osting Sub- - 3 dram drops ounces Second to stop tho vomiting is moio c difficult Tho best should bo menthol, but it is insoluble in water and has a disagreeable tasto. Ice is a good remedy, but the masses of thopeoplocan not always secure it. Artificial or natural waters, charged with carbonic acid gas,is a good remedy, but in a general way, tho best medicine is paregoric; it is tho least toxic of tho preparations of opium, and calms pain in a marvelous manner when given in doses of twenty drops every hour, until the doctor comes. Third to warm up tho patients give hot drinks and stimulants tho old fashioned brandy and rum toddy, weak coffee, hot bitters and mustard plasters. Tho undertakers of Paris havo for many ycarsused a drink during cholera times, composed of alcohol and peppermint and a little laudanum in proper proportions, and ono drink of this medicine is taken ovcry hour during the prevalence of the epidemic. Accordingto tho official statistics of Paris, no undertaker has ever died of cholera sinco tho medicine was introduced, in 1832. A good substitute for this would bo n hot brandy toddy, containing ten drops of laudanum and ten drops of cssenco of peppermint, taken every morning. t A Leader. Sinco its first introduction, Electric Bitters has gained rapidly in popular favor, until now it is clearly in tho lead among pure mo'licinal tonics and alterativescontaining nothing which permits its uso ns a beverage or intoxicant, it is recognized as tho bebt and purest medicine for nil ailments of Stomach, Liver or Kidneys. It will euro Sick Headache, Indigestion, 1 Constipation, and drive "Malaria ' from tho system. Satisfaction guaranteed with each bottle or tho money will J 10 refunded. Price Sold by Short & only 50c. per bottle. llnynrs, druggists. George 0. Barnes on Cottrell. Fron a copy of "The Interior," we copy a criticism, by Rov. George O. Barnes, of Dr. J. B. Cottrell written from Franklin, Kentucky. "Af 11 we heard Dr. Cottrell preach a grand discourse on "Spirit, Soul and Body," that thrilled us all. lie asked mo to preach, but I came to hear him, and declined. Sat witli him in his pulpit and lead in prayer. It was a great pleas uro to do this. The singing of his choir is exquisito in melody and soul, the lat ter so often wanting in choir music. The doctor is a grand man; just 50 years in advance of his generation, brainy, logical, a rare gift of utterance; and without exception, the most instructive nnddehglit-fu- l man in conversation I havo ever met. Ho will never bo a bishop. Such men novcr get such places in "this ngo" but if he isn't arch bishop in tho "ngo to come," I blunder in judgement of men nnd saints. How I do lovo to meet such thinkers, and sit at their feet! How I honor ono who is a man all over. He is quite unchanged sinco he stuck to us so manfully in Bowling Green in 1SS2. Only a mustho rest of the tache, face clean shaven. Iron gray hair, cut short, and every capillary expressivo of intense individuality. Jaw and mouth firm as Gibraltar, and full of character. Nose an approximate Roman, of course, else he had, for long, been squelched by his brethren who differ witli him. God gave him for his faithfulness in Bowleng Green, the conversion of both his fine boys. One of them since gone to heaven. I could read his thoughts as he wiped his eyes, when Maria began to sing. They wero in a distant cemetary, where his dear ones lay buried. I wish his "table talk" coulb be taken down. It is concentrated wisdom, tho play of summer lightning, epigram on fire. It is even bettor than his preaching. Every time he leaves, us after an hour's play of his marvelous wit and wisdom, wo say: "What a pity it could not all bo written for others." We could wish him a thousand listen-en"- , in secret, when he pours out the best that is in him, just for tho edification of this little groupe. And there is something in the old associations that has seemed to waken his inmost spirit to a refreshed life; so that he has even outdone himself in theso few happy days of renewed intercourse. closely-trimme- jocts. Kentucky Compared With Other States Taxation Bankruptcy Tho Legislature Tho Governor's Vetoes. Smart Weil Will II0110.1I1 llllfor. fvL lio brusque and fussy impiiUo of theso fa of falso impressions would rate Jo wn J "worthless because ono is unworthy. Is if there wero no motes in sunbeams! bcataractsin peaceful rivers! Because f remedy professes to do what it never i adapted todo,areallremodiesworthJ! Becanso one doctor lets his patients R aro all humbugs? It requires a fine Lo and a finer brain to discriminare to iwitho differential line. pS'Iioy say" that Dr. Pierce's Golden IcdJcal Discovery and Dr. Tierce's Fav- Jto Prescription have cured thousands. h"Thoy say" for a weak system there's kothing better than tho "Discovery," and itho "Fnvorito Prescrintion" is tho k'of dobllitated, feeblo womon who l restorative tonic rind bracing ner- Trv ono ind hero's the proof otIi?jf they don't help you, tell tho Jld'fl' 'Wapensary Medical Association, liffakyjN. l ., and you get your money I have noticed, Mr. Jones, with no lit. tie admiration your quiet and unobtru-siv- o life. I don't remember ever to havo heard yon in tho discussion of any subject, but I am convinced from your success ns a farmer nnd your meditative manner, that you do considerable thinking on tho current questions of tho times. Asn fair representative of tho farmer and laboring peoplo I would like to have you answer n fow questions on somo of tho prevailing issues in politics that nro now agitating the minds of tho people. Mr. Jones. "I am but n plain farmer, nnd don't think my opinions worth much but such as they aro I will givo them us best I can." There is a great deal of discussion just now of the work of our present Legislature and the timo they have consumed in their deliberations. Please tell mo what you think of it ? Mr. Jones. "Thu amending of old Statutes and tho enactment of now ones, which was mado necessary by the new constitution, was a great undertaking, and ono that required deliberation, timo to investigate tho statutes of other states, tho decisions of the courts nnd in every way possible,to nrrivo at the best conclusion in reference to every chango that had to be mado in tho old statutes, and the forming of new ones. If tho Legislature can succeed in giving us something like a perfect codo of law, even though they use double the timo already spent it will bo much better than if they diad listened to Jthe croakers over tho stato and run hastily over their work and left it in n ccndltion for tho "people nnd the courts to settle by years of litigation." The croakers, as you call them, are saying that the Legislature is bankrupt-- i iiir the state and giving no equivalent What have for the great expenditure. you to say to this ? Mr. .loues. "Yes, tho expenditures so. are largo, but I think nccef-sarilTho work of forming a new constitution nnd n long session of the Legislature, mado necessary by it, are expensive luxuries, but tho former was the will of the peoplo and the lntter followed as a necessity." But about the bankrupting of tho stato you fail to answer. How about that ? Mr. Jones. "As to that, tho state finance is somewhat straightened by it, hut when we eomo to compare Kentucky's finances with nearly or quito nil the other states, (Texas excepted) she is financially in better condition than any of them. To meet the expenses of the constitutional convention nnd tho present Legislature, our taxes havo been raised 5 per cent, on tho S100 worth of property, just put back to where it was Our revenuo or state threo years ago. tax now, with 10 per cent, for county This to a man purposes, makes J. like myself who has as you know resided for several years in Indiana seems small indeed. There tho taxes are 2.03 on tho $100 worth of property. My recollection is, Texas excepted, there is not another state whoso taxes aro as light as ours." What do you think of tho Governor's veto ? Mr. Jones. "This is n question that I am not qualified to answer. Where great legal minds such as Knott, Lind-sellines and Brown disagree, my opinion ns to tho legal bearing of tho case is worth just nothing; but in a common senseway of looking at it, I think there was an honest difference of opinion between tho Legislators nnd tho Governor, and that the latter was right in taking tho course he has, when by reconvening tho Legislature tho matter in controversy, could by them bo so amended as to bo left with out n doubt as to tho legal aspect of the case." 5-- For twenty years a man of our county, whom wovlll call Jack Bojdln, has cultivated tho soil and drawn therefrom a support for hi m self nnd wife; ho is childless. Not long since Jack left his houso in Wo must unload our Mammoth search ol a missing cow. 1 His routolcd -- : Stock of Fall Goods. him through an old worn out piece of clay Wo havo tho largest and most laud, of obout six acres in extent, in the comploto lino of center of which was an old well, about twenty or thirty feot deep, that n bouio timo had probably furnished the inmates of n dilapidated houso near by with water. In passing tho spot an ill wind drifted Jack's hat lrom his head and maliciously wafted it to tho edge of tho well, Ever brought to this country. Our and in it tumbled. Now Jack had always stocky of Dry Goods, Hardware economy, nnb ho practiced tho virtue of immediately set about recovering his lint. Hats, Caps and Tho Kegulnr and Reliable Ho ran to tho well and finding it dry at the bottom, ho unrolled the ropo which ho had bought for tho purposo of capturing tho cow, and after several attempts to catch tho hat wita a noose, ho concluded to snvo timo by going down into tho woll la always on hand with a full stock, Aro surprisingly cheap. Como earhimself. To accomplish this ho made fast ono ly and pecuro tho best bargains. owoyonrscifniiitfhm-U- y .IT ISA DOTY yonTnluo end of the iope to a stump hard by, and for Tour monoy. to got tho beat Wo also have a nieo lino of School ononuze in TOiinoottTrnr df purxniininir OP was booh on hisjway down'into tho well. Ai jiougjBB onocs, wmen rcprfmont iso Books and Drugs. Call and ?oo boot Tnluo for prices naked, n thousanda will teatlfr. It was n fact of which Jack was more us. oblivious than tho reader himself that 45.00Bff"V43 00 a mischievous boy whom wo will call Jk:i 42.50 44.00 Capital Stock 825,000. Ncal Willis, was in tho old building nnd nftiB $2.00 $3.50 f OS LADIES saw Jack go down into tho well, nnd it bo 0. P. DtCARD, President. 42.50 42.00 happened that Jack's old blind horso was WILL MIM.KR, 41.75 42.25 NXi. BaV. I FOR BOYS GLENDEANE, KY. near by with 11 hell on his neck. M. II. UKAIU). Caililer. Tho devil hiinselforsomo other wicked U. W. IIKAHD 1 42.00 u 4 Dtro t.r FOR .t?MlyrW8U-yk. ... 1.75 DANIEL BROOKS spirit put it into his head to have a littlo MORRIS KSKRIDOK J J. M. HARPER, J. 0. BOURNE, a w amv(yi j' aaanrun R. M. JOTiTiY. I fun; so ho slipped up to tho old horse, rjj KlaHK INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS BROOKS & CO., strap and. approached the BOUBNE, well with bell in hand, Jnck Only a ITnrsriifiiio Null. thought tho old horso was coming and M, upon whoso Sho was a lwautlfiil said in nn.nudihlo tono : "Hang tho old lustrous cttrlN twenty summers had laid awayucn 1 kcniEn, horse; he's coming this way, sure, and their roses In KliowexH of color and fra- THE IN THE WORLO FOR THE HONEY. BEST SHOE grance, nnd upon whoso fair the UTI1KII SPECIALTIES in footwear ore ot ain't got no mo' sense than to fall in here decrco of fashion had placed shoulder susn pair of CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. the aamo high grade, and rcproont a money valno on me wo, Ball!" But the sound of tho penders. far beyond the prices charged. See that name and price aro stamped on bottom of each ahoo. bell cnme'closer, and Jack was resting at If any who read these lines havo not TAKK NO HUHSTITIlTKaiK . yet got themselves upon this fad they W. Ii. Douglas, Drockton, Mass. Bold C7 BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. the bottom of tho well. ''Great Jerusaonce look up the Intent fashion Ilowmcr iV llumbtcloii, Cloverport, Ky. lem!" said Jack, "the old blind fool will should nt plates. be right on top of mo in a minute wo, Sho was radlnnt In her loveliness, and A large number ol haw, Ball!";Just thcn,;;rscnl got close to the young man who sat beside her when thoshadowHof evening fell was as happy the well nnd kicked a littlo.dirt on Jack's as she was beautiful. head, Jnck thought Ball was about to At the It was an Iridescent combination. come, got close to tho side.of the well, and Ho half proposed nnd been accepted nnd he had just concluded a wild, Impulsive began to pray,Oh,"Lord liavo mercy on embrace that now was tapering on graduFor next full delivery. Order what you want AND wo Ball, a poor sinner, I'm gone now ally In n tender, one armed hug ns linger Anything wc haven't on hanil, wc will procure wo Ball Our Father who art in wo Ball Ing as n case of tho grip in n hard winter. it for you nt the lowest rates. "George," she murmured, "will you do heaven, hnllowoibo thy jeo, Ball, jec! ZACK: GREEN, Manager llnrttlnsburg Nursery. what'll I do now? name. Now I lay mo mo a favor?" "A nilllloul" ho exclaimed, with tropical down to si jeo Ball, (just then more dirt luxuriance, "a million times a million, lIAIlDINSBUrta ,KT OLOVERPORT, KY. fell in) back, hack Ball; Oh! Lord if you darling." "Ono la enough, deary," sho said, with a Louisvi'le,Hardfnsburg & Western Rt R. Don't read this column or you ever intend to do anything for mo back smllo of joyous contentment. might bo tempted to invest your Ball, wo, haw. Thy kingdom como jeo soft littlo Is It, darling?" lie whispered, No. 2 TIME TABLE. "What money. Ball. Oh, Lore you know I was baptized drawing her closer to Mm. TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. "Will you lend men horseshoe nnil?" slit in Smith's mill dam wo Ball, hoi1 up! Do you want to buy Real Estate? Uasl Hound Trains lisped, blusiilngly. "Wchavs busted my West Hound Trains Call on It. L. Nowsom. murder! wo, farewell world. Daily gnllus." Dally Daily Dally Do you want to rent a Farm 7 Nenl could hold up no longer, and yearned nnd ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun And Gcort'o's great heart Call on II. L. Nows..ra. No. 2 No. 6 showed np at the top ol tho well with n broko then, for ho had como to tho trystlng No.5 No. 1 Do you want to rent City property 7 11 30am I.v Irvlngton Ar 9 30am a horseshoo nail. Detroit big horso laugh, which might have been placo without Call on It. L. Nowsnm. Garfield 1210pm 8 3S t ' MANUFACTURERS OF Free Pres3. 12 25 Harned 815 Do you want the best and only desirablo heard two miles. 12 42 Hardinsburg 7 50 lot (or salo on Main, 50x175 feet fur It'i not very pleasant to cough and hack, 118 Kirk Tills was more than Jack could bear 715 Cull on 11. L. Newaom. $800.00 7 7 05 130 Jolly To suffer p.iln in chest nnd hack, and ho startidup the ropo like amonkoy. Glendeane 6 44 148 Do you wnnt to buy the Cloverport Hotel, Slany people could stop It, for sure 1 55 6 34 Dempster "Blast your ugly picture, I'll givo you contrail; located and doing a large By .Imply using One Minute Cough Cure. 2 15pm ar Fallsltough Iv 6 Ham business? Call on H. L. Newsom, Kockvalc 250 551 fits; I'll make your curs ring worso than For salo by Short & Hayms.Cloverport, Uuth 302 5 29 P. S. I am now prepared and havo full ""-- "' that hell." ' and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Asklns 5 21 314 authority to offer said Hotel at a bargain. 329 Oaks 500 i Ncal took to his heels and ran liko a Correspondence from abroad solicltod. This 400pm ArPordavillel.v 445am ts a good ohance to securo the best and most In for u Blnoouro. quarter horse, and the last that was seen popular hotel In the city, and no ''boom" Tho paxtor beuan by Interrogating tha of him ho was a quarterofa mile from price asked. knew It she tas little tho woll and two big dogs grabbing at his doing e,lrl, and beforo he lino herself. Do yon want a loan negotiated T something In that coat, and Jack was close behind him yellCall on 11. L. Nows.'m. "Ain't you a preacher?" sho asked. "Yes," ho admitted, pointedly. ing at tho dogs. llavo'you money you want placed on "Preachers arc good, ain't they?" safe security 7 Call on 11. L. Nowsom. "They ouht to be." Do you want money on short call ? For many years Mr. B. F. Thompson, "Aro you?" Call on It. L. Newsom. of Des Moines, Iown, was soverely nfilict "I think so." Do you wact to rent a house 7 ed with chronic diarrhoea. He Bays"At "What do you do?" Call on 11. L. Newanra, "I try to make myself nnd everybody times it was very severe; so much so that P. S. Uood pa) Ing rontcrs can generally better." Let me put a "bug in your I feared it would end my life. About secure a bouso. "Isthntall?" ear," II. L. Nowsom rents rVrty and collects seven years ago I chanced to procure a "Yes, and If I can do that I havo dono th rents on a commission ofwn, per cent, and, bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Choera enough and I am sure of my reward." ronting bolug a specialty with him, don't "What Is that?" you know It is better to place your proporty In and Dirrhicn Remedy. It gave me "I'll go to heaven when I dlo." his hands than to rent It yourself? Way? prompt relief, und I bellevo cured 1110 "Is heaven n good placo?" Decause ho is controlling a largo amount of permanently, ns I now eat or drink with"Very, very good." property and t.ifllng renters find "Everybody goes there?" it "unhealthy" and be soon gets rid of tbem. out harm anything I please. I havo also Newsom hears but few complaints from good "Yes, everybody." Keep constantly on hand used it in my family with tho best rerenters, but the "howl" comes from tbuso fel"Well, what'll you do for a living when a largo stock of REPOHTH For sale by A R. Eisher. sults." lows who do not want to pay, and to such he IIIIKEf you go to heaven?" Exchnngo. 'mi 3 jpip. -:- -' life fc vi.- . MICHAEL HAMMAN, FURNITURE BANK DEALER & HAEDINSBUHG V. WMC W. C. MOORMAN, HARPER, MCW XafH ting-a-lin- W. L. DOUGLAS Commission Salesmen of Live Stock !i eunp ...,f.oj.,- FRUIT TREES L LPWEOLIH. Hardinsburg m REAL ESTATE THIRD STREET Rental Agent MILL. I IHWIiSgk OaMfflns VgpusSfg. mmm g LIIM1E Len. HAWESVILLE. Seven hundred dollars has just been spent in street graveling here. Judge Duncan and wifo havo returned from White Sulphur Springs. Congressman W. T. Ellis will speak at Hawcsvillc, Friday at 1 o'clock and at Utility at night "Tho Grover Cleveland Club, of has been organized with 107 members. Pellville, Pierce, Lewisport, and Utility havo similar organizations, and tho Democratic Party is in a fino condition in Hancock county. A most elegant party was given nt tho residenco of. Judge Tuber's on last Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Chustino McGregor, of Louisvillo ; Miss Annie Hcnnen, of Indianapolis and Miss Connio Walker, London, Eng. If there nro any renders of tho Nnws who desire a thorough knowledgo of short-hanthey could do no better than department of tho attend tho short-han- d Weaver Business Collego at Louisville, presided over by Mr. Clarence Gordon, a gentloman, who knows ovefy branch of tho science. Tho writer has personal knowledge of his eminent qualifications in that lino. Mr. Charles Kaufman nnd Miss Cora Patterson, both of this place, wero married nt the residence of tho brido's father on last Thursday morning nt Oo'clock. Dr. J. B. Soloman performing tho ceremony and there wero present only a fow fricuds. Mr. Kaufman is nt the head of tho Kaufman Bro., shingle mill, as woll ns secretary of tho Hawesvlllo Hub Co., whilo his bride is tho beautiful daughter of jailer, T. B. Patterson. Thoy loft on the 0:30 Texas for an eastern trip. Haw-esville- ," y, A gentleman of this county who has excellent judgment remarked to us tho & Co., G. other day that ho knew of no pill so General Produce and Commission good for constipation, dyspepsia and Merchants and General Storage. llvor complnint as Do Witt's Littlo Early H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Risers. Reliable and prompt. Cash with every acFcr salo byShoit&IIayncs.Clovcrpott, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg' Ky. count aale. Consignments solicited. FURNISHED BY Herndon mi Lmm . .ATMENTOF CHOLERA. of Committee on Fublio Hy- a'e to the Citizens of France, Translated from the French. kview of tho menaces of tho oxtcn- !uo present epidemic of choleri- iliarrlieaV'and in tho event of an cpi : of Asiatic cholera, wo issue some ftfons to tho public, indicating tho brprto give to tho sick before tho tfsnivisl of a doctor. This treatment is pjplo, and the agents of Bolittlo toxicity tliay may bo safely intrusted to tho ...I,' -- M.. jtMvv ui oruiiinniy intelligent people. There are threo results to bo accomplished in tho treatment of a cholera patient. First, to arrest tho diarrhea; second, to ; arrest tho vomiting; third, to warm up the patient. To arrest tho diarrhea, lactic acid in largo doses is advised. This ncid is a .valuablo intestinal disinfectant, much i in tho greon diarrhea of children, nit equally good in choleriform diarrhea. lie following is tho formula; .'.,. rI.acllcacld m c Alcohol ... "? K. V )' 1 . . . 5 .1 Distilled water. . I l.lclratni (I rami dram quart HvIb thof patient three teaspoonfuls to inarter of an hour, Capt. W. A. Abbot, who has long been with Messrs. Percivnl and Hntton, Real Estato and Insuranco Brokers, Des Moines, Iowa, and is ono of tho best known and most respected business men in that city, says: "I can testify to thogood qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Having used it in my family for tho past eight years I can safely say it has no bottle nnd havo your money refunded. equal for cither colds or croup." 25 and We could not nuiko this offer did we not 50 cent bottles for sale by A. R. Fisher, know that Dr. King's Now Discovery druggist. could bo relied on. It never disappoints. A IfuiHl'orVi-otliert- . Trial bottles freo at Short & Haynes' In comparison with tho bickerings of drug store. Largo sizo 50c. nnd $1.00. tho various factions of tho Republican party, how beautiful is tho harmony French's Now Sensation gave two enthat porvades tho Democratic organizatertainments hero last week, Wednesday tion! Democrats nro a band of brothers and Thursday nights, to crowded houses. this year, and oven tho Mugwumps aro French has novcr yet had a bad show, inclined to "mix" a littlo. For humanibut this season ho far surpassed any en- tarian reasons Tho Herald indulges tho tertainment that ho had given hero on fu- hopo that tho high taxes will not post-pon- o for too long n timo tho selection of ture occasions. All his pcoplo nro stars in their lino and tho show, Is on n very soft placos to drop on. Chicago Horald. elevated scale. As long as ho keeps his Ituti. work up to tho present high standard, ho Bucklen's Arnica' Salve. This is tho nnswor that tho more 01 will always catch tho people of Glover less satisfied 'Republican voters mako to Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, port. tho disgruntled bosses: Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevor Rccd, Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains A Cnro for Paralysis, QuAy. Corns, nnd all Skin Eruptions, and posiPlutT. Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind. Tor, Bays OlarkSon. tively cures Piles, or no pny required. It Chicago Molt "I induced Mr. Pinson, whoso wifo had is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, to buy a bottlo of paralysis in tho faco, More Up, Ingall. Prico 25 conts per or monoy refunded. Chamberlain's Pain Balm, To tho great Tho statesmen out of a job will ploase box. For Balo by Short & Haynes, surprise before tho bottlo had boon all movo up and mako room for J, Sackcloth druggists. usedsho was a great deal better. Her Clarkson. Chicago Mail. faco had been drawn to ono eido; but tho Hud No Opportunity. Mrs. Jones has hasn't a gray hair in Pain Balm rclioved all pain and soreness Professor (examining an applicant for and tho mouth assumed its natural shapo' her head, and is over GO. Sho looks as n teachor's cortiflcato) Can you doclino It is also a curtain cure for rheumatism, young as her daughtor. Tho secret of it "lovo," Miss Qazloy? Miss Gazloy (baalifi ally) 1 novor havo and lamoness. GOcentbottieBforBaloby is, that she uses only Hall's Hair Renew had a chanco, sfr, Dotrolt Freo Proas. or, Try it. A. R Fisher, druggist. Guaranteed Cnre. Wo authorize our advertised druggist to teH Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition. If you are alllicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, and will uso this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return tho LOUISVILLE. KY., Sept. 21, 1&9. v Clilnoo Shippers should mark all packages plainly, Liko most things In China, tlo prac- with shipper's aame and e address. tico of surgery differs considerably from BUTTER. that in voguo iu less enlightened west- Choice, country 14 (a) 17 ern countries. Bone sotting iu tho Medium 16 (a) 16 13 14 ompiro is a complicated affair, and Commnn 28 30 CLOVERPORT, KY. doubtless much more efficacious than Creamery KiJOS. European inothods. In sotting a frac14 to 15 Fresh tured limb tho surgeon docs not attempt .POULTRY. to bring tho bones togothcr, but merely Old liens per lb 8 to 9 wraps tho limb in rod clay, inserting Roosters 3 to 4 somo strips of bamboo into tho clay. Springers II to 12 Those strips aro swathed in bandages, FEATHERS. 48 and in tho outer bandngo tho head of a Prime, white goo to 49 livo chicken is placed. Hero comes in Mixed 2&38 10 (5 30 tho superior scienco of tho Colestial. Old 1. duck No. 25 Qj 40 After tho bandage has been secured tho ' HIDES. fowl is beheaded and its blood is al- Green, pood 3J$ (u) Jf lowed to penetrate tho fracture, for it Dry Salt, good CMS Louisville, St Louis & Texas RJt Co. nourishes tho fraeturcd limb and is Dry flint, good 7 9 Sheep skin 25 80 "heap good medicine," London l. Siiri-crypost-offic- lllMi Third Street Planin& Mill, m IIos-pita- . ,...,... 30 22 There is no uso talking, neither Harri, 20 son or Cleveland will bo elected unless 15 14 they tako Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers. HAY, ORAIN, FEED. Thoy havo a "got there" quality possessWe quote prices on Lvulsrlllo olty ed by no othor pill. wharfl For Bale by Short & Haynes.Clovcrport HAY. ,. 1200 and Beard & Beeler, Ilardinsbuag, Ky 13 00 Strictly choice d WOOL. . 3STO. 18. Julj 29. '91 Call on Somebody Elso. says Is Newsom hard hearted? Not especially so. Ho will accommodate you If you pay for it, and provided you stand to your aide of the bargain If you don't like bis way of dealing Call on Somebody Else. "Oh I Sympathetic hypocrites ; when your sympathy gets above your judgment don't blame the landlord quite so much, but call 'round at his office and drop In $5.00 for the special object of your sympathy and bolp pay his rent. It will be dividing the loss on bad renters, and then you will feel better. Don't let the landlord lose it all I I" S. The above scripture le addressed to P. the heathen gentiles. K. L. Newsom has about sixty renters nnd To gooU be don't want any but paying ones. paying renters be will take special pains to make tbem comfortable. Do you want a buuse built and pay for it In monthly Installments ? For terms Call on 11. L. Newsom. Do yen want a power engine and boiler. Call on 11. L. Newsom, Do you want to start a Black Barrel and Stave and Heading Factory with power already attached 7 Call on H. L. Newsom. Having about thirty acres of city lots he would sell a few "slices," and If you want a building lot Call on U. L. Newsom. Do you want to pay your city taxes 7 Gallon H. L. Newsom. Have you claims against the city troasury? Call on the city treasurer and he wilt toll you that It. L. Newsom, as City Tax Collector, always keeps said troasury supplied with monoy. forty-hor- Claims for collection solioited from citios Grease, fine Grease, coaric Merino Hurry and Cut , TIME SCHEDULE Tuning Effect At 5:00 oTelck A. 2f. Wednesday Wet Sound Train 63 61 abroad and prompt remittances made. Many thanks for the large patronage I have enjoyed. R. L. NEWSOM. THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS All! LINE, y JZatt Hound Traim America's Tint Llpntlmuns The first lighthouso built on this continent was ut St. Augustine. Flo. Its chiof uso was as n lookont, whenco tho Spanish pooplo of tho town ootild 6v vessels approaching from Spain or get notice of tho coming of. foes in timo to run awny. Tho tower attracted tho at-- , tontion of Francis Drako as ho was sailing along tho coast with his fleet of high pooped ships on his way homo from pillaging tho cities of tho Spanish main. So ho stopped long enough to loot tho town and destroy what ho could not tako away. Washington Star, Dyspopsla, distress after eating, sour stomach, poor appetite, bad tasto, coated tonguo and honrtburn aro cured by Littlo Early Risers, tho famous littlo pills. For salo by Short & Haynes, Cloyerport, and Beard & Beolcr, Hardinsburg, Ky, Soo Babbago'e beautiful Choice No. 2 Good Medium Qood Bright Straw CORN. Choice white Choice shelled 1100 9 00 4 50 54 12 00 10 00 6 50 53 Expr's Expr's Dally Dally 7 20 8 41 Mail & STATIONS Mall & M (Ii. S. X ST. L. It. R.) Expr's Kxpr'. Dally Dally 1 SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO 52 55 36 69 68 625pm 7 45am lv.Un'n p't..ar 800 640 neniucxy at. 724 7 47 00 12 45 No, 2 oats OATS. 34 WHEAT. No. 2 Long Berry wheat. No. 2 Red MISCELLANEOUS. Tallow, per bbl , Beeswax 757 807 811 817 827 8 37 843 900 9 08 917 9 21 9 26 934 9 41 4 24 4j 26 847 8 53 962 1000 10 10 10 15 1023 1027 1030 1044 1060 11 00 1111 11 18 1124 11 23 11 35 1162-i- t's Sorghum per gallon 20 (a) 25 TOTAIOES. Home Grown per barrel 1 60 - I 25 From storo 2a to 5a per bu higher. BEANS. 1 60 to 1 76 Michigan, hand plotted 1 60 to 1 60 Indiana Navy ' Common and colored 76 to 1 00 , 66 to 1 00 Flat and mixed ONIONS. 1 60 to 2 60 bbl on arrival ,.,, Northern, per from store . 200 to 300 " " CABBAGE. 905 9 11 9 21 925 951 10 01 9 30 9 43 1010 10 18 10 24 10 28 10 34 8 05 West I'olnt 12 05 1202pm 802 Howard Ilock Haven 1145am 747 7 40 Long It ranch 1138 731 Hrandcnburg 1129 7 27 Meaile Springs 11.25' 723 11W Ekron 11 11 716 Guston 1102 665 Irvlngton 1063 648 Webster 6 40 10 45 Ixxllburg 1035 631 I'lerce 1030 626 Simple 618 Stephensport 1023 1018 613 Addison 6 10 10 15 Holt 9 OSprr. 860 St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS i. West and Time-CaS- South-Wes- t. lino of fall overahirts. ' Choice Cboloe Green.,., Per orate from store CELERY. Fancy white plumo, per dot- ' 2 00 to 3 00 1060 1102 1111 1123 1131 n 1207pm 1216 1227 1236 1243 llawesvllle I'etrle Falcon Cayco Lewisport Powers Pates Owensboro Cloverport Shops .Sklllman 1001 " 35 to 40 ;20to26 , 10 to 20 Mattlngly Stanley Wortblngton Spottivlllo 104 1165 Basketts 12 09pm 111 1220am 136pm r.Henderi'n Iv 1140 967 9 44 933 923 920 915 909 831 837 827 815 803 765 737 7 TIS-- m 567 563 6 40 630 6 28 615 611 605 448 435 425 413 in Effect July 31. 1892. d Lv, Louisville 8:05 a.m. ,.8:25 p.m,..4:Jtf p.m. Arr St. Louts 7:20 pin ...6:46 a m 10:00p.m. Evansville 1:20 " For further iaformatlon, call on or address, R. A. CAMPBELL, den'l Past. Ag't, Evansvlllo, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A, Louisville, Ky CityTloket Offlco,8. W.Cor. Third 3c Main St Louisville, Ky. For Sale or Bent. Fifty aorei of good strong bill land, three and a balf miles from Clorcrport, Ky. Address ROUT. E. WOODS, War Dopartmeat, Washington, D, 0 865 a87 839 816pm 40) 0