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Keep your niinio bufora tliu JUIUIIC, THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cl6VERP011T, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1892. AJi JI1IJWU. Advertising Is Not Bide Issue, It nhmilil have the precedence of all other quvntioni In' the mind of the merchant who aim at tucccit. The truly great merchant owe their auccex to judicious advertising. 1 NO.15 7 VOL. XVII. Irvington Milling By NATHANIEL iirrviimi i" i lit' ii I I 111 COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom Millers, Grain Dealers and Manufacturers HAWTHORNE, to of tho Highest Grades m a m mm OF Roller Process PLOT7E Roller Process Coin IMIea,! 1 1 Bran, Shipstuff and Amplo capital, tho host quality of grain and jnodoni machinery, skillfully handled enable us to duce results unsurpassed. Ordors; promptly filled and caro-ful pro- attention given to CUSTOM WORK. Tor any further information call on or address tho IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. C O BOOTS, lM E We have the largest Pall Stock of DRESS GOODS, SHOES, ; We And CLOTHING Ever in the Oounty. .have the I Thus wo sconi to see that, as regarded Hester Prynno, tho wholo sovon years of outlaw and ignominy had been littlo other than a preparation for this rery hour. But Arthur Dlinmcsdalol Were such a man onco inoro to fall, what plea could bo urged In extenuation of his crime? Nona; unless it avail him some what, that ho was broken down by long and exquisite suffering; that his mind was darkened and confused by tho vory rexnorso which harrowed It; that, bo- tween fleeing as an avowed criminal nnd remaining as a hypocrite, conscience might (ind it hard to striko tho balnnco: that.it was human to avoid tho peril nf doath nnd infamy and tho Inscrutablo machinations of nn cuomy; that, finally, to this poor pilgrim, on his dreary and desert path, faint, sick, miserable thoro appeared a glimpso of human affection and sympathy, a now Iifoand n trnoono, In oxchango for tho heavy doom which ho was now expiating. And bo tho stern and sad truth spoken, that tho breach which guilt has onco made into tho human soul is novor in this mortal state repaired. It may bo watched and guarded; so that tho onemy shall not forco his way again into tho citadol, nnd might oven in his subsequent assaults select somo other avenuo in profcrenco to that whoro ho had formerly succooded. But thoro Is still thojuined wall, nnd near it tho stealthy tread of tho foo that would win over again his unforgottcn triumph. Tho strug3lo, If thoro woro ono, need not bo described. Lot it suffico that the clergyman resolved to floo and not alone. "If, In nil theso past sovon years," thought ho, "I could recall ono instant of pence or hope, I would yot endure, for tho sake of that earnest of hoavonV mercy. But now, sinco I nm Irrevocably doomed whoroforo should I not snatch tho solaco allowed to tho condemned culprit boforo his execution? Or, if this bo tho path to a bettor lifo, ns Hcstor would pcrsundo mo, I surely givo up no fairer prospect by pursuing itt Neither can I any longor livo without hor companionship; so powerful is sho to sustainso tondor to boo tho I O thou to whom I daro not lift mino oyes, wilt thou yet'pardon mo?" "Thou wilt got" said Hester calmly, as ho mot her glanco. Tho decision onco mado, n glow of strange enjoyment throw Its flickering brightness ovor tho troublo of his breast. It was tho oxhilarating effect upon a prisoner just escaped from tho dungeon of his own Loart of breathing tho wild, froo ntmosphoro of an unredeemed, lawless region. His spirit roso, as it woro, with n. bound, nnd attained a nearer prospect of tho sky than throughout all tho misery which had kept him groveling on tho earth. Of a deoply religious tomporamont, thoro was inevitably a tingo of tho devotional in his mood. g "Do I feol joy again?" cried ho, at himself. "Mothought tho germ of it wns dead in mo I O Hester, thou art my bettor angel I seem to hnvo flung myself sick, sin stained and sorrow blackened down upon thoso for est leaves, and to havo risen up all mado anow, and with now powers to glorify him that hath boon morclfull This is already tho bottor lifo! Why did wo not find it soonor?" "Lotus not lookback," answered Hes ter Prynno. "Tho past is gone! Where- -. foro should wo linger upon it now? Seel With this, symbol 1 undo it nil, nnd makq it as it had novor been!" So speaking, sho undid tho clasp that fastened tho scarlot letter, and taking it from hor bosom throw it ton distnnco among tho withored loaves. Tho mystio tokon alighted on tho hithor vorgo of tho stream. With a hand's breadth farthor flight it would havo fallon into tho water and havo given tho littlo brook another woo to carry onward, besides tho talo which it still kept murmuring about But thorq lay tho embroidered letter, glittering liko a lost jewol, wldch somo ill fated wandoror might pick up, and thonceforth bo haunted by strango phantoms of guilt, sinkings of tho hoart and unaccountable won-dorin1 unin-telligib- lo Tho stigma gono Hester heaved a long, deep sigh, in which tho burden of shamo and anguish departed from hor spirit. Oh, oxquisito roliof I Sho had not known tho woight until oho felt the freedom I By another impulso sho took off tho formal cap that confined her hair; and down it fell upon her shouldors, dark nnd rich, with at onco a shadow and a light in Its abundapco, nnd imparting tho charm of softness to hor features. Thoro played around her mouth To please everyone. and beamed cut of her' oves a radiant We are determined to do and tondor smilo that seemed gushing from tho very heart of womanhood. A the business. crimson flush was glowing on hor cheek had been long so palo. Hor box, Try to come early to avoid thatyouth and tho wholo richness of her hor what men call the rush. Bring your Dried bounty carao bock from clustered them-solvtho irrovocablo past, and hopo Fruit for we are paying high- piness with her maiden within and a hapboforo unknown tho magic clrclo of this hour. est market price for it. And, as if tho gloom of tho earth nnd sky had bcon but tho cfilnonco of theso two mortal hearts, it vanishod with their sorrow. All at onco, as with n 200 pairs Misses' and Children's sudden smilo of heavon, forth burst tho Shoes, - worth 75c. to $1.50 nt 85c. sunshino, pouring a vory flood into tho obscuro forest, gladdening each groon 150 pairs Children nnd Boys' Boot worth $1.25 to 2.00 at 75c. leaf, transmuting tho yellow fallon ones to gold and gleaming adown tho gray 500 pairs Mens' Boots, sizes 0 to 11 trunks of tho solemn trees. Tho objocts " 2.50 nt $1.25 i, worth $2.00 that had mado a shadow hitherto em100 pnlrs Ladies' Calf Shoes bodied tho. brightness now. Tho courso worth $1,75 to 2.00 nt 08c. of tho littlo brook '.might bo traced by its merry gleam afar into tho wood's heart of mystery, which hod bocomo a. mystery of joy. Such was tho sympathy of naturo BRANDENBURG, KY. that wild, heathen naturo of tho forest, nevor subjngatod by human law, nor illumined by liighor truth with tho bliss ITCHING PILES of theso two spirits! Lovo, whothor uowly born or aroused from n deathliko SWAYNE'8 slumber, must always croato a sunshine, OINTMENT filling tho heart so full of rodianco that ABBOLT7TBT.T" rrmuuf ffiL"?257!fchw.i worfOBrMraMlilM, e4 itoYorflows upon tho outward world. nt.... it.M. r It W f 1V." Had fho forest still kopt its gloom it would havo been bright in Hester's oyos, and bright in Arthur Dimtnesdalo'sl Hester looked at him with tho thrill New things in writing papers nud tab of another joy. "Thou must know Poarll" said she. lets at Babbago's. ASSORTMENT STYLES AND PRICES, misfortune Special Sale. Geo. Yeakel & Co., PILES -- tungiblo quality to the child horsolf. It was strango, tho way in which Pearl stood, looking so steadfastly nt them through tho dim medium of the forest gloom; herself, mennwhilo, nil glorified with n ray of sunshino that was attracted thitherward as by a certain sympathy. In tho brook beneath stood another child another and tho samo with liko-wisits ray of golden light. Hester folt herself, in somo indistinct and tantalizing manner, estranged from Pearl: as if tho child, In her lonely raniblo through tho forest, had.s. ayed out of tho sphore in which sho and hor mothor dwelt to gothor, nnd was uow vainly seeking to return to it Thoro was both truth and error in the impression; tho child and mother were estranged, but through Hester's fault, not Pearl's. Sinco tho hitter1 rambled from her sido another inmate hud been admitted within tho circlo of tho mother's feelings, and so modified the aspect of them all that Pearl, tho returning wandoror, could not find her wonted placo, and hardly know whoro sho wan. "I havo n strango fancy." observed the Bcnsitivo minister, "that this brook it tho boundary between two worlds, nnd thou canst novcr meot thy Pearl again. Or is sho nn elfish spirit, who, ns the legends of our childhood taught us, Is forbidden to cross n running stream! Pray haston hor, for this delay has already Imparted a tremor to my nerves," "Oomo, dearest child!" said Hcstor encouragingly, and strotchlng out both hor nnns. "How slow thou art! Whon hast thou been so sluggish beforo nowl Hero is a friend of mino, who tnnst be thy friend also. Thou wilt havo twice as much lovo henceforward as thy mother alono could give theo! Leap across tho brook and como to us. Thou canst leap liko a young deer!" Pearl, without responding In any manner to thoso honoy sweet expressions, remained on 'tho othor sido of tho brook. Now sho fixed her bright, wild oyes on hor mother, now on tho minister, and now included them both In tho surae glanco, as If to detect and explain to herself tho relation which thoy bore to ono another. For somo unaccountable roason, as Arthur Dimmcsdulb felt the child's oyes upon himself, his hand with that gosturo so habitual as to huvo becoino Involuntary stolo ovor his heart At length, assuming n singular nir of nuthority. Pearl stretched out her hand, with tho small forefinger extended and pointing evidently toward hor mother's breast. And bonenth, in the CHAPTER XIV. mirror of tho brook, thoro was tho flower girdled and sunny imago of littlo Pearl THE CHILD AT TH2 BltOOKSIDE. "Thou wilt lovo her dearly," ropcatcd j pointing her small forefingor too. "Thou strango child, why dost thou nestor rrynno, as sue nnu tno minister sat wntohing littlo Pearl. "Dost thou not como to me?" exeluimed Hester. Pearl still pointed with hor foroflnger, not think her beautiful? And seo with what natural skill sho has mado thoso and a frown gathered ou hor brow tho simplo flowors adorn her? Hod sho. moro iinprcssivo from tho childish, tho gathered pearls and diamonds nnd rubios almost baby liko aspect of tho features in tho wood thoy could not havo become that conveyod it As her mother still hor hotter. Sho is a splendid child! Bat kept beckoning to her. and arraying hor faco in a holiday suit of unaccustomed I know whoso brow sho has!" "Dost thou know, Hostor," Bald Ar- smilos, tho child stamped hor foot with thur Dimmesdalo with nn unquiot smilo, a yot moro Imperious look and gosturo. "thnt this dear child, tripping about al- In tho brook again was tho fantastic ways at thy sido, hath caused mo many beauty of tho imago, with its reflected nnnlnrm? Methought Oh, Hcstor, what frown, its pointod fingor and imperious n thought is that, and how terriblo to gesture, giving emphasis to tho nspect of dread it! that my own features wero little Pearl. partly repeated In her faco, and so strik"Haston, Pearl, or I shall bo ungry" ingly that tho world might soo them! with theo!" cried Hester Prynno, who, But sho is mostly thinol" however inured to such behavior on the "No, no! Not mostlyl" answered tho elf child's part at othor seasons, was mother, with a tender smilo. "A little naturally anxious for a moro seemly longor and thou ncedest not to bo afraid now. "Lenp ncross tho brook, to traco whoso child sho is. But how naughty child, nnd run hithor! Else I strangely beautiful sho looks, with thoso must como to theo!" wild flowers in hor hair! It is as if ono But Pearl, not a whit startled nt her of tho fuiries, whom wo left in our dear mother's threats, any moro than molliold England, had decked her out to fied by hor entreaties, now suddenly meet us." burst into a fit of passion, gesticulating It was with a fooling which neither of violently und throwing hor smull flguro thorn had ovor beforo experienced that .into tho most extravagant contortions. thoy sat and watched Pearl's slow ad- Sho accompanied this wild outbreak vance In hor was visible tho tie that 'with piorcing shrieks, which tho woods' united thorn. Sho had been offered to rovcrbcrutod on all sides; so that, alone tho world theso seven years past as tho as sho was in hor childish nnd uuroason-abl- o living hieroglyphic, in which was rewrath, it scorned ns if n hidden vealed tho Becrot thoy so darkly sought multitudo wero lending hor thoir sym to hido all written in this symbol all pathy nnd encouragomont Boon in the plainly manifest had thoro boon a brook onco moro wns tho shadowy wraith prophot or magician skilled to read tho of Pearl's imngo, crowned nnd girdlod character of flame! And Pearl was tho with "flowors, but stamping its foot ononcss of thoir being. Bo thoforegono wildly gesticulating, and in the midst of ovil what it might, how could they all still pointing its small forefingor nt doubt, that thoir earthly lives and future Hester's bosota! destinies woro conjoined, whon thoy bo- - . "I soo what nils tho child," whispered noiu at onco tno matorial union and tho Hester to tho clergyman, and turning spiritual idea in whom thoy mot and palo in spito of a strong effort to conceal wero to dwell immortally together? tier trouble and annoyance, "unuoreu Thoughts liko thoso and perhaps othor ' will not abide nny, tho slightest, chango thoughts, which thoy did not'neknow). in tho accustomed aspect of things that Pearl edgo or deflno throw an ato about tho aro daily boforo thoir eyes. ' misses something which sho has always child as she camo onward. "Lot hor seo nothing strange no pas- seen mo wear!" "1 pray you," answered tho minister, sion nor eagornese in thy way of accosting her," whispered Hcstor. "Our "if thou hast nny irfcansof pacifying the Pearl is a fitful and fantastic littlo elf child, do it forthwith! Suvo it woro tho Especially, sho is seldom cankorod wrath of an old witch, liko Bomotimes. tolerant of emotion, whon sho docs not Mistress Hibbins," added he, attempting fully comprehend tlio why nnd whoro- to smilo, ''1 know nothing that L would not sooner encounter than this passion foro. But tho child hath strong affections! Sho loves me and will lovo thoof" in a child. In Pourl's young beauty, us in tho wrinkled witch, it has a preter"TRpu canst not think," said tho minister, glancing aside' nt Hester Prynno, natural effect Pacify hor, if thou' lovest "how my heart dreads this interview mo!" Hostor turned again toward Pearl, nnd yearns for itl But in truth, ns I already told thep, children nro not readily with n crimson blush upon hor cheek, a won to bo familiar with mo. They will conscious glunco nsldo ut tho clorgyman. not climb ray knoo, nor prattlo in my and tbon a houvy sigh; whilo, oven beear, nor answor to my smilo; but stand foro sho had. timq to speak, tho blush " apart and oyo mo strangely. Even lit- yielded to a. deadly pallor. ".Pearl," said sho sadly, "look down nt tlo babes, when I tnko them in my .arms, weep bitterly. Yet Pcnrl twlco in her thy feetl Thoro! boforo theo! on tho littlo lifetimo hath been kind to mo! hithor sido of tho brook Tho first time thou knowest it woll! Tho. child turned hor oyos to tho 'point r, Tho last was. whon thou ledst hor with Indicated, and thoro lay tho scarlet so closo upon tho margin of tlio theo to tho houso Of yondor, stern old stream that the gold ombroidory was regovernor." "And thou didst plead so bravely In flected in it "Bring it hithprr said Hester. ' hor behalf und lnino!" answorod the it, and so Bhall mothor. "I remember "Oomo thou and tako it up! answered littlo Pearl. Fcar nothing! Sho may PearL bo strango and shy at first, but will soon "Was over such a child!" observed Hcstor nsido to tho minister. "Oh, 1 learn to lovo theo!" By this tlmo Pearl had reached the havo much to tell theo about her! margin of tho brook, nnd stood on the Bat in vory truth sho is right as regards farthor sido, gazing silently nt Heritor this hateful tokon. 1 must bear its torand tho clergyman, who still sat to- ture yot a littlo longor only a fow gether on tho mossy trVjo trunk, waiting days longor until wo shall hnvo loft to recoivo hor, Just whoro sho had this region, nnd look bock hithor ns to n paused tho brook chanced to form n land which wo havo dreamed of. Tho pool, so smooth and quiet that it re- forest cannot hido it! Tlio midoccan flected a perfect imago of hor littlo fig- shall tako it from my hand and swallow ure, with all tho brilliant picturcsquo-nos- s it up forcverl" of hor boauty, in its adoramont of With theso words alio advanced to tho flowers nnd wrouthod fdllugo, but more margin of tho br6ok,"took up tho scarlet refined nnd spiritualized than the real- letter and fastened it again into her ity. bosom. Hopefully, but a moment ago, This imago, so nearly identical with as Heater had. spoken of drowning it in tho living Pearl, seemed to communicate I tho docp sen, thoro wns a sonso of Inevisomewhat of its own shadowy and in- - table doom ujwn hor, ns she thus received o nt "Our littlo Pearl! Thou hast seen her yes, 1 know it butMhou wilt sec hor now with other oyes. Sho Is n strnnge child. I hardly comprehend her. But thou wilt lovo hor dearly as 1 do, nnd wilt odviso mo how to deal with her." "Dost thou think tho child will bo glad to know mo?" asked tho minister Bomowhnt uneasily. "1 havo long shrunk from childron becuuso they often show a distrust a backwardness to bo familiar with mo. I havo oven been afraid of littlo Pearl." "Ah, that was sadl" ausworod tho mother. "But Bho will lovo theo dearly and thou her. Sho is not fur off. I will call her! Pearl! Pearl!" "I seo tho child," observed tho minis-to- r. " Yondor Bho is, standing in n streak of sunshino, n good way off on tho othor sido of tho brook. So thou thinkost the child will lovo me?" Hester smiled and again called to Pearl, who was visiblo at somo distance, ns tho minister hod described her, liko a bright apparoled vision in a sunbeam, which fell down upon hor through nn arch of boughs. Tho ray quivered to and fro making her figure dim or distinctnow a real child, now Miko n child's spirit as tho splondor went and caino again. Sho heard her mother's volco and approached slowly through tho forest Pearl had not found tho hour pass wearisomely whilo her niothor sat talking with tlio clergyman. Tho great black forest stern as it showod itself to thoso who brought tho guilt und troubles of tho world Into its bosom becamo tho playinato of tho lonely infant as well ns it know how. Somber ns it wns it put on tlio kindest of its moods to wolcoma her. And sho was gontlcr hero than in tho grassy margined strcote of tho settlo-moor in her mother's cottago. Tho flowors scorned to know it, and one nn othor whispered ns sho passed, "Adorn thyself with mo, thou beautiful child; adorn thyself with mo!" nnd to pleaso them Pearl gathered tlio violets and anemones and columbiucs nnd somo twigs of tho freshest green, which tho old trees" held down beforo hor oyos. With theso sho decorated her hair and her young waist, and became a nymph child, or nn infant dryad, or whatovor olso was in closost sympathy with tho antique wood. In such guiso had Pearl adorned herself, when sho heard hor mother's voico nnd caino slowly back. Slowly, for sho saw tho clergyman. La clt IHs of fate. spaco breath nnd hero again was tho scarlot misory, glittering on tho old spot! So it ovor is, whothcr thus typified or no, that nn ovil deed Invests itself with tho character of doom. Hester noxt gathered up tho heavy tresses of her hair nnd confined them beneath her cap. As if there woro n withering Bpcll in tho sad letter, her beauty, tho warmth and richness of hor womanhood, departed liko fading. sunsuino nnd n gray shadow scorned to fall across her. When tho dreary chango was wrought sho extended her hand to Pearl. "Dost thou know thy mother now, child?" asked sho reproachfully, but with n subdued tone. "Wilt thou como across tho brook and own thy mother, now that sho has her shamo upon her now that sho is sad?" "Yes; now I will!" answered tho child, bounding across tho brook, and clasping Hester in her arms. "Now thou art my mother indeed! And I nm thy littlo tleatTIy symbol TromTho "Ean3 Sho hod flung it into inflnlto sho had drawn nn hour's freo ljj.M..qnir Louisville's Greatest Clothing House. You Ought to Buy Your CLOTHES There I LEVY'S . Poarir 3S1 WEST MARKET. In Temporary Quarters 1 H "3 In a mood of tenderness thnt was not usual with her sho drew down her mother's head and kissed her brow nnd both her checks. But then by n kind of necessity that always impelled this child to alloy whntovcr comfort sho might chnnco to givo with a throb of anguish Pearl put up her mouth, and kissed tho scarlet lottor toot "That was not lrindP said ncster. "When thou hast shown mo a littlo lovo, thou mockest mo!" "Why doth tho minister sit yonder?" asked Pearl, "Ho waits to welcome theo," replied hor mother. "Como, thou, nnd entreat his blessing! IIo loves theo, my littlo Pearl, nnd loves thy mother too. Wilt thou not Ioto him? Come: ho longs to greet theo!" "Doth ho lovo us?" said PearL looking np with acnto intelligence into her mother's faco. "Will ho go back with ns, hand in hand, wo three together, into tho town?" "Not now, dear child," answered Hcstor. "But in days to como ho will wnlk hand in hand with us. Wo will havo' a homo nnd firesido of our own, nnd thou shnlt sit upon his knee nnd ho will teach theo mnny things nnd lovo theo dearly. Thoa wilt lovo him, wilt thou not?" "And will ho ulwnys keep his hund over his heart?" Inquired Pearl. "Foolish child, what a question is that!" exclaimed her inothcr. "Como and ask his blcssingf" But whether influenced by tho jealousy that seems instinctivo with ovory potted child townrd n dnngorous rival or from whatever caprice of her freakish naturo, Pearl would show no favor to tho clergyman. It was only by an exertion of forco that her mother brought her up to him, hanging back and manifesting hor rcluctnnco by odd- - grimaces; of which, over sinco her babyhood, Bho had possossod a singulnr vnrioty, und could transform hor mobilo physiognomy into n series of different aspects, with a now mischief In 'hom, each nnd nil. Tho minister painfully embarrassed, but hoping that a kiss might provo a talisman to admit him into tho child's kindlier 'regards bent forward und impressed ono on her brow. Hereupon Pearl broke away from her mother, and running to tho brook stooped over it nnd bathed her forehead until tho unwelcomo kiss wns quito washed off nnd diffused through a long lapso of tho gliding water. Sho then remained npart, silently watching Hester nnd tho clergyman, whilo thoy talked together und made such arrangements as woro suggested by thoir now position and tho purposes soon to bo fulfilled. And now this fateful interview had como to a closo. Tho dell was to bo left a solitudo among its dark, old trees, which, with their multitudinous tongues, would whisper long of what had passed thoro, nnd no mortal bo tho wiser. And tho melancholy brook would add this other talo to the mystery with which its littlo heart was already overburdened and whoreof it still kopt up a murmuring babblo, with not a whit moro cheerfulness of tono than for ngca heretofore. CHAPTER XV. Our prices aro 25 per cent, lower than thoy would hnvo been in our old house. Thoro thoy wero always the lowest in Louisville. Como or send n MAIL OKDER with cash. If you como ONOE woll k LLP you, becauso you'll liko us. Now's n good time to start. CLARENCE M. GORDO! INSTRUCTOR IN SHORT-HAN- D & TYPE-WRIT- U Also (In connection with Weaver's Business College.) Book-keeping, Penmanship and Arithmetic. The Graham System, Oaligraph and fijj e Remington Type-writle-ji- The only College in tho State of Kentucky indorsed by Official ReporJeM , nnu uunng tno nrst year une nunarea pupils wer ittiuuiiHiii-in '" Enrolled. This speaks for itself. ftHSfe.'- - if 1 BBIJiBLJfaL We Get you a Situation as Soon as you Become Competent to hold one. Writo to thcrnl REFERENCES Charles A. Graham. Claronco E. Walker, tho leading Official Stenographers of tho city. for information. I'or'cntnloguo, address ClstrerLce Corner ZMI. 3-ord.o- n., Fourth and Market Streets, LOUISVILLE, Kl POLK'S Nursery TOBINSPORT, IND. Wo wish to say to the farmers of adjoining counties and all who aro interested in tnmimi Fruit Growing That wo can furnish you with as good quality of trees, nnd in many respects better than any other Nursormen- . Having had a vast amount of experience wo claim that our stock is Our work is as good as tho best. principaly done dono by ourselves, and thus wo avoid tho many mistakes mado by other growers of What you buy Nursery Btock. from us can be rolied upon as being true to mimo and of oxcellent quality. Tho Nursery having stood tho test of half a century, claims that it is as good as any other, as it is said "makes perfect." Our prices are correspondingly low, and will bo made known to all Wo who will writo for them. handle all kinds of fruits that THE MINISTER IN A MAZE. growers need in our latitude, and As tho minister dopartcd in advance if you will give us a trial wo aro of Hester Prynno nrid littlo Pearl ho quite sure wo will over after be throw a backward glanco, half expect- friends. ing that ho should discover only somo fnintly traced features or outlino of tho mother and tho child slowly fading into tho twilight of tho woods. So great a viclssitudo in his lifo could not nt once bo received us real. But there was Hester, clad in her gray robe, still standing besido tho trco trunk, which somo blast had overthrown a long antiquity ago nnd which had ovor sinco been covoring with moss, oo that theso two fated ones, with earth's heaviest burden on them, might thoro sit down togothor and find a singlo hour's rest nnd solaco. And there was Peurl, too, lightly dunclng from tho mnrgin of tho brook now that thointrusivo third person was gono and taking her old placo by hor mother's sido. So tho minister had not xallon asleep and drcjinied. . , Grover Cleveland told Adlai Stevensoi that it is a positive fact that he overhear Benjamin Harrison tell Whitelaw Keid that James B. Weaver had stated in the pres ence of Jas. G. Field that John Bidwell and! J. B. Cranfi 11 heard Thos. L. Carter, Chair man of the National Republican Committee1 and W. H. Harritty, Chairman of tlio. Na-- 1 tional Democratic Committee say, that Favorite Stoves and Range; Sell easier and give better satisfaction than all others, and aro mado at PIQUA, OHIO, By tho Favorite Stove and Range Company,! Who have the model stove plant of America, the greatest country , on earth. W. B. Polk & Bro. TOBINSPORT, IND. PAYNE & CO., r lot-to- tho baneful competition of tho other. Fourth Congressional District, will adThoy decidod upon a duol by drawing tho peoplo on tho Political issues lots. On the day following ono of tho dress young ladies was found doad in her of tho day, at tho following times nnd room. Sho had poisoned herself with places : phosphorus. Dut her friend is broken IUrdloiburft. Monday Oct. 17th. down with sorrow and rcmorso. It is Cloverport, Tueiday Oct. ISlb. Irvlqgton, Wedneidgy Oct. 19th. moro than likely that sho will not livo Union Star, Thurdy Oot. 20th. to on joy tho fruits of her victory. Paris Pyneivllle (Meade eo.) Friday Oot. 21st. Letter. CONTINUED, Qaitun (Mede ca.) Saturday Oot. 22d. Anglei In Now Teteteopei. Speaking to begin at I o'clock p. in. A certain duration of a luminous imIn tho now form of tolescopo for stadia pression is necessary to prodnco un effect work spider lines aro ontirely omitted, His oppononta aro requested to bo preswo do not on tho rutiii.i: honce it is that and instead a prism is placed so as to ent nnd equal division of tlmo will Iks soo u very rapidly moving objoct, such as covor f the objective of tho given them. n bullet fired from a gun. tho consequenco being that tho rays passing through tho prism mako an SITISA DUTY yon orroyonrcir nud tlio beat nluo for your money, In yourfoutwrar brpurchaalne anglo with tho rays passing through tho Hboca, vrblch roureaent tlio valun unobscured half of tho objoctivo, and beat teatlfy.for price Baked, n thousand urlll disthis anglo is constant whatever tho .00 tance of the object obsorved. Now 2 .50 York Times. 44.00 ono-haltelo-scop- e, Duel of Two Girl. At CharkofT, Russia, two girls who PUBLIC SPEAKING. wero frionds foil in lovo with tlio samo young man. IIo was slow to mako his HON. A. B. MONTGOMERY, Demoselection between thorn. Thoy agreed that either could win him if delivered of cratic nomlneo for Congress, for tho Gloverport Ktj. TAX PAYEES. Your taxei for 1812 havo been due alno day of February, 1892, There will be anco due the County and State Noreinbio lat, 1892, of $27,000, which amount on or before that dato. and we mutt opM ton taxes now pait due to meet laid domairf.' Ta. law provide that 0 por cent, that! bo WJMV all taxes unpaid on tho lit day of 18S2. And in order to giro the tax- opportunity to tare (aid additional ppr and cost of collections, I or ono of my will meot them at tho following time ,Md placos to rcceWo and oolleot taxes) Mtf all persons falling or refusing to meot u at thai . appointed times and places may expect to.l required to pay the additional per eet. and all cost of collections according to Uw. Oar time Is short for the collection of this Monoy S so don't o:k ns to wait any longor) i't, " do It. Meet us promptly and pay your 'Wxee. Let no man say this nottoe Is not Intended for him, for It Is lntendod for every man tiniP owes us taxes, J. S. DeJBIlNKTTE, Q. D. O. muitifld i FOR THROAT AND LUNG complaints, the best remedy is vt 5.00fPSJ3 HaaaaV.W,,,,, ' AYER'S Cherry Pectoral In colds, bronchitis, la grippe, and croup, it is sure to cure. Anxloui to Cloie Up. Hostoss Won't you Blng somothing, Mr. Grccno? Mr. G. Thoro aro bo many strangers horo I $3.50 A t 42.50 ron $2.00 LADIES 42.25 $2.00 W. I. TtAMSKY, D.S. B.C. $2.00 FOR 11 aatVSrfeiarj Hostess Novor mind them; they'll bo gono boforo you get half through. Exchange. AttlKittoiV 41.75 fOR BOYS 1.75 JlaVLriBI J, B.maas, D.B.D.O. It. A. QLASSCOCK, D. S. B, 0. ?fa Prompt to Act Tho natives of tho Antilles cat alligator eggs and cstootu them as a groat cENffiSW luxury. They aro said to novor trouble THE BEST SHOE INTHE WORLD FOR THE HSWY. thomselvos about tho frcshno&s of tho P. M. P'OPHAM, OTHER Hl'KqiAI.TIEH In footwear nro ot ogg. If halt incubatod it is all tho bot- too tame blah grade, and rcpretent money valse far beyond The, price chantud. Sea that naino bad OLOYBRP0RT, KT. Excluuigo, ataraped on bottom of each ahoe. tor in their estiiuution. price wo W. I,, Dauglakf Brockton, Ma. Sold by Seo Babbagv'a beautiful iliie of M Go to Dabbngo's (or shirts, Huwmor Si Ilntttblctail, Cloverport, Ky, overwnrw. Kss: W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE Senators, Congressmen, Judges, great Lawyers, Professors, ALL pronounco tho I. W. HASPEE WHI8K1Y suporior to tho finest French Brandy. The letting phyfelclana prescribe it on account of Its purity. For sale by , Jvpgp 4lP"W" BaKKBK3Ss?!WcmmKSBB9BmKB9ISUIKf iCKENRIDGE NEWS. 12, 189?. A A KENTUCKY MULE. LNESDAY, OCTOBEK MGt SAVES LIVES. iL FOR MURDERERS EMPLOY fTHEATRICAL METHODS. swyers Who Defend Criminals to Mako an Impression on tho le of Jurymen Somo Notnblo dero Lawyer Succeeded. it has boon generally known rora that all sorta of tlcspcr- (Eheatriwil doviccs aro constantly rto in oraer to savo tho iivos or persons, lint Mr. Wollmnn flrat prosecutor to mako tho in open court and quoto an in- tofortify his allegation. i practico right or wrong? ups tho most moving part of William F. Howo s elegant sum- ip on behalf of Annio Wnldcn era he besought tho juryraon to P her youth, her beauty and her i bobs. (Francis L. Wcllman, assistant Rtornoy, began his summing up sccution, he urged tho jurors bo moved by his adversary's Al appeals. Ho called Mr, Howo Ho said: In had seen him, as I have, go .woman defendant and pinch f is4H nor scream ana so arouso y7ou would not bo so much in- by his theatrical display." m did Mr. Howo pinch?" 1 asked Ilman. Nelson," was his prompt reply. 11 that sho had shot her lovor auso ho was packing his trunk og to leavo her. Sho was on (her lifo. Mr. Howo got her ac- I i ho bad got to that part of his pupwhoro ho called upon tho feok at her,' Ella was sitting bo- able, her face toward tho jury, ing in her hands. Sho had been "for somo minutes, but now sho sed. at that facet pleaded Mr. impassioned tones. Ho strode behind her. Again ho cried, at that facet' and as ho did so ho Ella's soft wrists in his strong and. wrenched her arms apart. i woman screamed with pain and that scream was enough to freezo 1 Mood of anybody who heard it. lot help thinking that it had much fynih tho verdict. rdo not say that it is wrong for el to employ theatrical methods in fidtag their clients. I think it is at tho duty of tho prosecuting officer this sort ol thing to tho inn-- . ijorick D. Houso was defending a rimed liockor in tho general scs- - VXnnrtT br street. linjl ft nlntlilnir fifora l?i Ho arranged a candle so when it burned down to a certain at midnight it would set fire to u bagging soaked with keroscno, l burn tho store and earn Becker a mount of insurance. Firomcn tied tho flames and so saved tho Pof soventy-si- x men, women and pen who wero sleeping in the teno- m abovo tho store. Ihen Mr. Houso summed up ho Mtt a quandary. Becker couldn't stand ono word in English, thoro- li'ow could tho poor dovil weep at proper momont? That llttlo diffl- was solved all right. Becker rested ico in his hands and peeped through interlaced fingers at his eloquent do- Think, gentleman,' said Mr. Houso, ou send this wretched man to prison will punish thoso innocent llttlo At that instant- Mr. Houso drop- his handkerchief. 1'WowP camo a shriek from Becker. fogan liko tho scream of a catamount. .od away in a long drawn wail and dug sobs. Becker's tears wero liko lwcr. Mrs. Becker's and tho llttlo srs' tears were a cloudburst. Human couldn't stand it. Juror No. 3 riico old fellow, rotircd from busi- nd living at homo surrounded by daughters and chubby grand- Ho broko down at tho second M Prod Houso's handkerchief. At klrd drop of tho cambric tho juror's gushed out beyond tho railing. fcring sniffles and gasps camo from pther jurors. ; seems hard to believo, but it is a Icor of record that in tho faco of tho rr ovidonco against Becker tho jury Id thrco for acquittal and nine- for friction. Tho tears and howls and tlittlo Beckers saved tho guilty man. II in proof of his guilt lot mo add that icker was released under $2,500 bail, It bo ran away, although tho caso was brought up for retrial. ('Often tho question of makeup tests 10 counsel stago manager's ability and tigenulty. Thoro was Alphonso Steph- i, tho young man who deliberately turdercd Lawyer Clinton G. Reynolds not surrendering Stephani's fathers i fast onough to bo squandered. Tho use was insanity. phnps you recall tho Stephani who trial. Instead of tho handsome lly dressed rich man's son, tho jury ' a wild, unkemnt creature, a Caliban 3glineW Stoplinni's hair had been mcued by shears or orusn ior months, ad not bathed or shaved. Ho still BJtHOthoa ho hod on when or- J," Hfc linen was in tatters and ; dimk. ins outer garments wero ' an crusted with accumulations lld food. Stophani was a Rood 'Not a word did ho speak to any With largo black oyes, as deep mournful as ,awin uootns, ho srloomilv nt nothinir. Lear was a fcl of sanity beside him. Thoro was that toor lees testimony to show very hanl had iaiion oir a pony ny years ago ana nurt ms neaa, ana E, - jr. and Finally Killed It. Sam Parson's gray mulo Zoko is old nnd gray, but ho possesses great strength, both of understanding nnd of Iwdy. Saturday old Sam concluded that ho wouldn't work, and accordingly ho shouldered his mnzzlo loading riflo nnd went hunting. But boforo departing ho turned Zeko out to graze Finding tho grass around tho parson's cabin rather scanty, Zeko wandered down tho odgo of tho croek noxt to tho mountain sldo. Thoro within tho shadow of tho woods ho struck a nico, ton-do- r n clump of grass nnd immediately to eat it with great delight. Whilo engaged in this congenial task a largo black bear camo down tho mountain sido nnd npproached Zoko. Zeko had , as tho probably never seen a ursina tribe has long been senrco in theso mountains. Nor is it likoly that tho bear had over on any previous occasion looked upon a mulo. But this bear was hungry and, whilo Zoko was bigger gamo than ho had bargained for, ho evidently thought it worth whilo to toko a look at him, for ho camo n little nearer. Zeko was not n bit nfraid. Ho had novcr stood in awo of manhood, not oven Old Sam, his master, and it was not likely that at this Into period of his lifo ho would bo afraid of any four footed creature that walked tho earth. Zoko calmly wont on with his pleasant task of eating grass. Tho bear edged np anothor yard. Zeko switched his tail and clovcrly knocked a fly off his back, and being roliovcd of tho burden of tho insect still munched tho grass. Tho bear began to grow inquisitive Ho evidently did not understand what kind of an unimnl Zeko was, his studies in zoology being limited. Ho stood upon his haunches and growled, not as a threat, but as n kind of friendly snluto. Zoko did not raiso his head, and still munched tho grass. Tho bear stopped growling and walked in a respectful cir-cl- o around Zoko, studying him from every cornor. Ho might havo been a hundred miles away for all tho notico Zeko took. Tho bear was puzzled and uttered another growl of interrogation. Again finding himself unnoticed ho Logan to grow angry. Tho bear went around behind Zeke and camo very close, evidently determined to try by touch to arouso tho strango animal. Suddenly Zoko doubled himself up in a knot and leaped high in tho air. Two legs flow out of tho bunch liko piston rods and caught tho bear in tho sido, whirling him over in a coin- pleto somersault. When ho struck tho ground ho righted himself and rushed away with a growl of pain. But Zeko was hot after him, and tho bear, seeing that ho would bo overtaken, scrambled up a hickory tree, barely missing a terri-bl- o drivo of Zeko's hind heels. Noon camo and still Zeko was under tho tree. Tho afternoon passed. It was almost sundown, but still Zeko was thoro. Tho bear could stand it no longer. Zeko was nbout twenty foot away from tho tree, apparently taking no notico, and accordingly ho crawled down tho trunk as quiotly as possible, intending to slip away in tho forest. Barely had ho touched tho ground when Zeko turned with a hiiort and leaped upon him. So fast did his hind legs flash back and forth that thoy looked liko tho driving rods of an engine. In a minute- tho bear was dead, every bono in his body broken. Mrs. Parbons, who saw it all from tho door of her cabin, says that tho bear didn't oven havo timo to growl. When asked why she hadn't taken a gun from tho houso and shoot tho bear in the tree for sho is a girl woodsman and bold as a man sho replied: "I knowed Zeko didn't need no help, and besides I didn't want to spilo tho fun." Pond Creek (Ky.) Cor. Now York bo-Babear-beforo- dray Haired Old l'cllow Treed n Ileal I HEVCIUUE. A COSMOPOLITAN SCHOOL WITT & MEADOR CALL AND SEE OUR Fly. popplod drowse, nivhyl Across tbo raamlii'a sweep, Chasing tbo fallen moon, the shadow trrayi Mnko mo not lnEZtrtl, Bleep! A Queer Mtxturo of Children In One of Now York's Dig School Buildings. Agnlnst tho morning movo. Fronting tho middling miles; Touch tho whito ojclldsof tho Rlrl I loro, And fill her dreams with smiles. John Hay In Cosmopolitan. How tho Womts linnce. Tho Eorska roja is a pantomimic diinco. Each conplohas its own turn of loading. Tho cavalier places his partner In front of him, facing her, nnd whilo tho band kcops playing nnd tho company singing ono of thoso peculiarly stirring Wendish danco tunes ho sots about adjuring bor to grant hitn his desiro and danco with him. Sho stands stock still, her arms hanging down flop by hor sido. Tbo cavalier capors about, shouts, strikes his hands against his thighs, kneols, touches his heart with tho tnoro dramatic forco tho hotter. At length tho lady gives way, and4n token of consent raises hor hand. Briskly do tho two spin around now for tho spaco of eight bars, after which for eight moro thoy perform somothing liko a cross botweon a chasscz croisoz and a jig, and so on for n littlo whilo, after which tho wholo company joins in tho same performance As a Hnlsh tho cavalier "stands" tho band and his partner somo liquor, and a morry round danco concludes his turn of leudintr to tho accompaniment of n tuno nnd song, roncka, solcctod by himself. Wcstmin-eto- r Review. A Fall GENTS' The largest stock of any previous years. Op era in g Ladies' . . i Fall and Winter Dress Goods In. h.andsome all Wool Plaids. We have the most complete stock in the city. Our stock of " "t" Ileal Nico Girl. Mrs. "Why, my darling," ozclaimed SHIRTS AND FANCY NECKWEAR Is larger than ever before. Our NOTION DEPARTMENT Covers everything the trade desires. These and many other things kept in roso-bu- d Worldly to hor eighteen-year-ol- d Maud, "why in tho narao of goodness can you want to marry that young follow Harry J uventus. when thcro is that charming Sir Cnrann Sencctus, a man of dignlGed maturity and countless wealth, who is dying to mako you Mrs. Sonectus, and who would placo my jewol in a magnificent sotting?" "How can you talk so, mamma?" replied Maud, looking down and blushing K fow linos of folid nonpareil. "It is truo that Sir Croesus is rich and Harry is not; but then Harry ia'yonng and Sir Croesus is old. Now, Harry is young and ho can acquiro wealth; whilo Sir Croosus is rich, but ho cannot acquiro youth. Do you catch on, mamma, as tho boys say?" Minneapolis Journal. impo-cunio- a first-clas- s house. Our way of quick selling and small profits is certainly one of CALL AND SEE US. the best inducements to offer the trading public. WITT & MEADOR, Compress Hoater and Sterilizer. A useful npplianco has been introduced in hospitals in tho shapoof a compress heater and sterilizer. Thoro is no inoistoning or wringing of hot cloths necessary. It does away with tho uso of oiled silk or cotton, as it cannot wot bedclothes and will retain heat longer than tho ordinary compress, and tho compresses may bo applied to different patients without washing, as thoy may bo easily sterilized and frood ontiroly from germs. Now York Telegram. Until about a year ago tho principal of ward school No. 23, Now York, did not roallzo what a queer lot of pupils ho had, although ho had somotimos langhod ovor tho strango collection of names upon tho rolls. A year ago lib took a census and carefully traced out tho exact part of tho earth from which tho parents of each of his pupils hndcomo. Ho found that thoro woro in his school no less than twenty-seve- n difforent nationalities, speaking about twenty-fiv- o langurgcs other than English and its dialects. Ho found that of theso sixteen wero in tho primary department alone. So not long afterward ho arranged a novol feature to ono of tho school entertainments. At a certain placo in tho programme each child arose, holding in his or hor hands two flags. Ono was tho American flag, tho other tho flag of tho nrrtion from which tho father had cotno. Tho visitors to tho school wero astonishod. Thoy recognized half n dozen flags well known as tho banners of European nations Italian, German, Spanish, French, Swiss and tho liko. Then thoy saw nearly a dozon others, recognizablo from their shapes and colors and dosigns as tho. banners of barbaric or semibarbario countries, known to us in a vaguo way as heathen. When theso children, none being under fivo years of ago, first como to this school thoy aro foroignors to tho very core. Thoy speak tho languago of their fathers, and perhaps havo novor oven heard tho sound of an English word. They aro of tho country from which thoir parents camo both in customs and ideas. Thoir clothing alono bears tho stamp of America, nnd that so out of accord with their faces nnd expressions that thoy seem ill nt caso, and oven moro poorly clad than thoy really aro. Thoy enter tho primary department. And hero it may bo said that, although tho youngest aro fivo years old, tho ages of many oxtond upward toward eighteen and twenty years. It is tho business of Miss Iloso O'Neill nnd her sovon assistants to tench theso children tho English languago, and thon to mako American children out of thorn. Go into tho school at tho beginning of tho school year, and you will think tho task hopeless, impossible. Como bock at tho end of six months, and if you closo your oyes and listen to tho reading exorcises you will not bo nblo to distinguish Chinese child or Arab child or Tunisian child from tho few puro blooded Americans who form tho curiosities of tho school. Then you will wonder how tho miraclo has been performed. Harper's Weokly. Educate Children to IHgh Ideals. Wo aro too ready to impart instruction to children from low moods and on a low piano, because wo do not ourselves habitually dwell in tho latitudo of tho uplands. Motives of policy, of vanity, of seeming instead of being right, enter into our own lives and, alasl poison tho lives of tho littlo ones at tho fountain. A grand life, a brayo oxamplo, a splendid instanco of fortitude, of 6elf abnegation, of courage against odds Is novor in vain. It is an object lesson that flames ont from tho sky, as tho planet amid the host of lesser stars. Whether it bo an arctic or an African oxplorer, tho leader of a forlorn hopo. tho missionary living among tho island lepers, or the army nurse, leaving homo nnd luxury to minister to tho wounded and sootho tho dying, tho noblo ideal is uplifted before tho oyes of thoso who aro yet in tho initial stages, and whoso characters aro not yet in tho mg,ld of destiny. This thought of tho lofty ideal gives of our annual Decoration the. chief-valu- e Day, giving us pauso amid tho pomp and caso of peaco, that wo may think not of tho pageantry of war, but of its sufferings, its fover and thirst, its rigors of cold and furnaco heats, its weary marches, fierce battlos and the patriotism which alono condones its bitter woo and tho mourning that follows in its track. Harper's Bazar. Powerful I ml Inn Air Guns. Tho Indians along tho Mirida river hunt with blow guus made out of tho young stalks of a certain kind of palm, from which tho pith Is removed. Tho arrows employed as projectilos aro simreed, sharpened at ono ply splinters-oend, tho other end being wrapped with enough silk cotton obtained from anothor kind of palm to fill up tho boro of tho blow gun. Tho arrows aro about ten Inches long nnd very light. They are tipped with the famous and deadly "woorari" poison. Used by ono of theso naked savages tho blow gun is a weapon of great accuracy and effectiveness, oven a small bird on a treotop being brought down by Jho skilled shooter with reasonablo certainty nt tho first try. Interview'in Washington Star. f Street Hallway Figures. Tho extent of the street railroad interest in tho United States may bo estimated from a roport which states that thoro aro 5,783 miles of such roads in operation, having 82,603 cars and 70,7ftt men. Tho total numbor of passengers carried in ono year was 2,023,010,202, being 840,820 por milo of road work and 02,237 por car. Pittsburg Dispatch. A Legal Question, Llttlo Willlo Papa, whonamautakos np tho law it means ho starts in being a lawyer, doesn't it? His Father Yes. "And when ho's a judgo and lays down tho law is that whero ho quits?" But his father told him it was timo ho was in bed long ago. Kato Fiold's Washington. Bun. A Pitiful bight. riso f in tho Big Muddy," said T. P. Sinclair, a prominent fanner and stock raiser of South Dakota, "and there witnessed n sight that haunts mo. Pretty much everything that would float camo swirling down tho angry river wrecks of buildings, household goods and gods and among tho drift was, what do you think? a crudle I Ono of tho old fashioned, wooden sort, and in it sat a whito headed little tot, apparently ubout u year old. "There was not a boat within hailing distanco, tho cradlo was fully 800 yards from shore and tho river was running liko a mill raco. I started on a dead run down along tho bank, hoping to find a boat of somo kind, but before I had gouo twenty-fiv- o yards tho cradlo tipped ovor, spilling its littlo occupant into tho muddy waters. I am pretty well seasoned, let mo tell you. I walked over rows of dead men ut Donaldson and Shiloh, havo shot Indians and helped hang cow thieves, but that sight at Sioux City broko me. I just sat down and cried liko a woman." St. Louis Globo-Dcino-cr- "I was ut Sioux City during tho GroodL - TRY THE raiok CIGAE, IIo Hud Been There. "Mr. Jones," said Mrs. Jones, looking np from tho paper sho was reading, "hero is an excellent articlo on 'How to Hang Pictures.' You ought to read it." "Oh, I know how hang 'em 1" retorted Mr. Jones savagely, and then silonco camo like a poultico to heal tho blows of sound. Detroit Freo Press. Seaweed Made Useful. SPANISH HAND-MAD- E Tho hollow stem of tho species of seaweed indigenous to tho neighborhood of tho Capo of Good Hopo was formerly used by the natives as a trumpet when dried. Still another kind furnishes tho savages of some parts of Australia with vessels, many implemontmnd even food. Washington Star. In Uoston. country, Miss Beacon?" "George Washington was called tho father of his country: but this was an erroneous idea, for it has been proven that to Adam belongs tho ignominy." Lifo. r "Who was called tho father of his Entirely SntUfletl. A suit had gono against tho defendant, who aroso and gavo his opinion of tho judgment and was fined $10 for contempt of court. A bill was handed to the clork which proved to bo $20. "I havo no chango," said tho clerk, tender ing it to tho offender. "Never mind about tho other $10," was tho retort. "Keep it; I'll take it out in contempt." Black and Whito. At a Kaitliluuuble Dinner l'arty. Gent (on tho right) Tho weather, THE BR8T On the Market, Manufactured by S OI-iO"V"E3IS,OZS,Zl, G. O'lQAR For Exhibition Purposes. Chippie Writing np your diary, Kuto? Why, I didn't know you kont ono. Kuto It's only a fictitious ono in which I mako out that I load tho lifo of a saint, that I leavo about for my wifo to read. Exchange Tho wholo of tho interior of Greenland is belioved to bo covorod by an shield shaped cap of ico and snow, which in some places must havo a thickness of at least fivo or six thousand foot. Tho capital invested in California's Vineyards is $87,000,000. Two hundred thousand acres planted in young vines aro producing 800,000 tons of grapes and 17,000,000 gallons of wino yearly. Ono of tho largest camollia trees in Europo is now in full bloom, near Dresden. It was taken from Japan 150 years ago, is fifty foot high and has an annuul averago of 40,000 blossoms. .- mademoisello Lady 1 havo already discussed that Bubject with my neighbor on tho left. Gont (aside) Tho mean scoundrel! Wo had arranged between us that ho should talk about the dinner and I my Eelf about tho weather. Humoristischo Blatter. ForenU ol Greece. CLOVERPORT CIGAR COMPANY, A Curious Salvage Case. Perhaps the most curious nalvago caso on record is that of tho ship Two Friends, which stranded on tho coast of Cuba and was abandoned by her crew. Another ship, tho John Blake, met a similar fate, and hor crew, in attempting to find n landing placo, camo across tho Two Friends, which thoy managed to got off and to navigato to England without further mishap. Tho judgo who tried tho caso decided that salvage services had been rendered, but of only ordinary difficulty and merit, inasmuch as tho crow of tho John Blako salved tho Two Friends in order to savo their own lives. Tho owners of the John Blako of conrso got nothing, but tho salving crow received 350 ont of tho total valuo of 1,237. Now Orleans Picayune '. The Art of Conversation. "Conversation," says a brilliant Amor-lea- n humorist, "is, in this generation, a lost art" It was an art which our grandfathers studiod perhaps moro than any other, A gentlemnn, in tho beginning of this century, was usually more' ambitious to tell a story well or to stato his argument clearly than to understand scienco or statecraft. Youth's' Companion. J. M. BELL, Prop'r. 3gZ"ST- - like7 any spoiled child. No ono had bothorfli about his alleged insanity. though, until after ho had killed his lathors oia menu. 'Insane.' was tho jury's judgment after listening to tho testimony and watching tho gloomy makeup of tho prisonor. Thoy found him guilty of murder in tho second degroo, and ho was eent to prison ior me uouay no is a noat, woll behaved and short haired convict. NovvJforkJI6ralL t, A reported outbreak of Choloro, at z N. J., created much excitement in that vicinity. Investigation showed that .tho disease was not Cholera but a violent ' dysentery which is almost as severe and v dangerous oa Cholera. Mr. Walter Wil-lara prominent morchnnt of Jninesburg two miles from Ilelmctta, says Chamber-Jian'- s Colic, Cholera and Dlnrrha'a Reme dy has given great satisfaction in tho most severe cases of dysonterry. It is certain ly ono oimo . nest thincs ever mauo." i m. tor eaiMf A.li.t isner, druggist. Hoi-metd, In ancient times Urceco possessed about 7,500,000 acres of denso forest, and sho was comparatively rich in timber until about fifty jours ago. Much of it hns, howevor, now disappeared. Phila- Inlnliln. Lodirur. - Miniaturo boars' tusks and tho sbolls so much affected by gypsies aro both of - very ancient origin. What they signify can be easily found out by any ono who cares to inquire Old Lady (on beholding a Highlander In his native costumo for tho first timo)-'-We- ll, wolll That man must bo in his second childhood, and has gono back Into short frocks again! London Tit Bits. It is not unusual for colds contracted in tho (all to hang on all winter, In such cases catarrh or chronic bronchitis are almost sure to result. A fifty cont bottlo of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will cure any cold, Can you afford to risk bo much for so small an amount? This remedy Is intended especially ior bad colds and croup and can always be depended upon. For Bale by A, R. Fishor, Druggist. l'relty I'oor Tlcklne. Findings aro populaily supjwsed to bo; long to tho sweeper, bat ono of tho 6trcot sweepers of Portland observes, that hia is a very disappointing job. Ho has found only a ono cent plcco and a short load poncil during his term of ofilco and Is disgusted with politics. Lowiston Journal. 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Rv it r 'M &V, " u3V r" - . . 1 . tUY I - J T of her architecture Suddenly each builder seemed Ik. nt on outdoing his neighbor iu cycloiK.Mii construction. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1892. High buildings i ro experiments. In four years after many doubts tlioy succeeded. Tho Auditorium was projected by Ferdinand Pock, and Its dedication by tho president of tho United States and Adolina Pulll uiscovoruil td all observers a. gathering of persons of vast Manifold Attractions of Tills than wealth. No city could bo other metropolitan whoso inhabitants BO DDffl'DDlB Most Marvelous of Cities. could afford o rent over fifty opera boxes at $2,fi00 for a ndason of threo ' weeks. Meantimo tho Boulovard, which was HOW TO BEE THE WORLD'S FAIR DO onco Michigan avonuo, stretched southward, forfifty blocks lined with houses nearly ovory ono of which was as hand-soin- d TIib Wnndor of the Weit' Una Hcooino and cdminodldWaa tho Vaudorbilt 'the Wonder or tlio World Her Cliur. mansions on Fifth avonuo in Now York. ucterlstlcs Her Hlittory In a Nutshell. Tho Lako Shora drive on tho north was Iter Threo "Shies," North, West ami coped with a marblo breakwater, and tho towers nnd keeps of Potter Palmer's South Iter Fovr Statues, Her Slimy Middlo Ages castlo roso conspicuously Hotels, Thcnters, Churches, Clubs, 8n- - among COO other houses whoso magnifl-cenc- o loons and Depotsi was gainsaid by nobody. Tho tCopyrlglit, IKK, by American Press Associa- Dnkoof Marlborough camo to Chicago, and had tlio trraco to sav that ho thoncht tion.! i It Is tho common remark of 'these days J;' Miahitmn fi)6ulovard - wnH tho ifinestfrosl.. . :. f' inai mo growtn oi tjtncago has 'no par- uencoHhototighfaro ho had Been in-- thoallel iu history. Flfty-fiv- o years ago world. With ono more epoch of architecture thero vero 4,000 Chicagoans. When tho war began thero wero 100,000. wo aro nrrived at tlio gates of 1893 and When tho great firo.camo thero weio tho World's Columbian Exposition. It 850,000. N6w tho school census shows was discovered by tho inventors that if 1,400,000, and tho gain sinco It was a stcol liouso woro built it wonld rcimiro known tho World's Columbian opposi- 'but) u cpniparatively small ( foundation. tion would bo hold at Chicago has been .Lima uiu iiicuum uuuuing roso to six-te- e stories with no outside walls. not less than 000,000 souls. THE IIBAHT . 1 When it dame' to tfiat,'(orra cotta castings weio strung on iron joists. In this tho'stranger may thus bo named wav, tlio cellar. of thotTacoma buildinir North Sido Clark street. could ' bo made to bring a largo rental West Sido Directly west, Madison each year. Marsliall Field had expended $100,000 On jtl0) foundations of street; going northwest, Milwankeo avotho Woman's templo, nt Monroo and La nuo; going southwest, Bluo Island avo nue. Sallo. Theso pyramids of stono comSouth Sido Stato street, for tho stockpletely filled tho excavation to street for-thfair, Wabash avonuo; for grado. It would cost many thousands yards; carriages, Michigan boulevard. of dollars to tnko thenijout But out Thirty years ago Lako street was all they came, and th'o enormous Woman' temple thoj dream of Mrs., CarsoJnnd in oil. Twenty years ago Clark street Miss Willard thus preserved ita nether was supreme. Now State street possesses regions to increase tho revenue of its tho most valnablo front feet and corners. Tho crowd at Christmastido is landlord. Wo.iiro thus at 1892. On ovory hand, Uko tho gatherings in Fourteenth street, 'scorning 'tho regular roof lines of 1872, Now York city perhaps moro numerous. . Chicago has not yet reached the Baron riso buildings just twice as high, tho Haussmann stage. Her ttroots are nearsixteen stories of today being each very low and not higher together than ten ly all at right angles. Toreliovo this evil i stbrles-o- f th6T)Id days. "Iron and file, condition of things thoro aro but four or WOMAN 8 TEMPLE. streets, and but two that marblcand plato glass, red cherry and fivo diagonalheart pierco tho of tho city. Along If wo seek for causes, wo uro told that . -Chicago was tho point farthest westtheso nanlely, Milwankeo and Bluo . Vx n Island avenues livo tho vast foreign ward by water carriago in thotempcrato zono during tho greatest historic migrapopulations that havo so steadily swelled Chicago's census. tion of tho human race. If tho emigrant This lack of direct communication will desirod to reach a region westward- - of fall upon visitors to tho Woild's fair ns Lake Michigan, tho journoy as far "as their most serious burden, for it will Chicago would bo tho easiortnnd lcasj; oftcri double tho cost of their street car oxponslvo part of it. A city is mado fares. Chicago is in reality threo cities, not by itself, but by its surroundings; as effectively aa BiooMjn, Jersey City not by thoso who stay, but by thoso who pass through. Tho entry of steam nower and New Yoik, With tho exception of t"S tho new rnilioad, which is to go southinto tho affairs of menouly increased, H H ' ft i ward from the Douglas park region to tho advantages iof Chicago.1! That city; u d,sISTOFFICE AND CUSTdM hoUSr. coma oiler to n railroad tho most freight Jackson park, all other roads lead down tcrnl cotta aro everywlierb. A 'letter town first and thciico to tho fair. At and tho greatest number of passengers. can bo mailed Fort Dearborn was built in 1803. It old buildings at tho elevator shaft. Tho tho same tiiuo tho iiiconveniont situacalled 'old nov, with only tion of tho West Sido hotel, bocamo untenablo during 'tho" 'British twenty, years of ago aro all doomed. nnd boarding houso keopers restaurant war of 1812 on account of Indian hostilwill moderTheir handsome facades, Jheir stately ate their viows of tho ities. Tho garrison, with,, women nnd coliiintiBj tiaveler's necessiarclfusTandaianthus' leaves cut ties, and childron, marched 'out ons Aug. ic, obtain in stono must bo demolished, keenintr abatement ho will prices. a measurable 1812, and on reaching a.treo whH1 now of high Cliicago in turmoil, butf preiwring the'stands dead at Eighteenth Btreet and tlio Att-- r' tn Vl.n 1..1.A.., A'T. r..l . rrlako a inassacro began which finished with tho escapo of only, a fow of the huge monuments nre prophetic it must bo, that those, labors aro tolxftrcmen-dou- s whites. , jjt J r With tho advent of the civil war ChiYlsltlncr Clilrncrii. cago, aa'a railroad center, rendezvous Durirtg tlo next yenrfcjliicago wili bel and news dlstributlng'point.'becamo tlio visiien as rans anu xmow iorK aro viscynosuro of tho west. Its press carried , thenows of battlp and made tho daily ited. Peoplo wil noto thorp,on busl-nowspapor a necessity. As battles wero hubs, nor to cirnngo cars ror some rantier not everyday events, tho local affairs pi city. Thoy will journey thither to in- -tho young city wero ceaselessly pressed jepect tho, Wprl('d JClUmbIan oxposiupon tho attention of tho peoplo, and a tlon, or wlilcli they have heard so much, skating rink, a murder, a horso raco, an and to sqo Chicago, of which they have What artesian well or a baseball tournament heard so much moro. thaiicity? are tho c!iieflcliaracteri8tics.'of What tservou to nil western Americans, witn tho never ceasing idea thatinisomo way ldndpf place is J.I101 tourisjf to behold? Chicago was tho most wonderful spot Aro thero'any Bights", lions, attractfons? How is living, "how aro hotels, how THE nOOKKHY. ' on tho globe. On tho great thoroughfares rapid cable Tho young men of Michigan, Indiana, about tho drinking water? ,, Clilcngo's Hotels. , cars run nt a fare of fivo cents. From Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin, incrp asing JTlierelarolfaboVit 2,000 houses Iu Lako streot to Jackson park is over tho wonder and curiosity of their elders, Lako Viow, Evanston, Hydo Park, eight miles. Tunnels go under tho looked steadfastly on Chicago for inspiration and good fortune. It was at Englewood, UV.ustip uriq OakJPark f that river on tho "North and West Sides. Tlio. West Sido cablo is tho newest, swiftest this date war times that tho Now carry tne names' of ' h6tels." They'ra'rig'o York Tribune and Moore's Rural New from tho caravansary, with 200 suites of und best. We havo said Chicago is threo cities chamber Yorkorlost thoir euproinaoy iuiwestern; hoti8e,-wher- and bath, to tho dieap lodging toil cents' will rent a placo Itho West, North and South "Sides." minus, xno wesiora star oi empire roso to sleep. Besides thejo acepmmod ations The West Side. clearly into tho firmament of history. Tho roader must recall 'tho'factfthat' Jhe In'pyspagoteenj witb advrtt-- ) For many years the Wept Sido of thoso people wero pioneers. They had ments oi ooaru to bo nau, and It tho 'Chicago was as populous as both tho built log houses in tho forests. ' Vells visitor will visit somo handsomo streot, other quarters. Tho World's fair and tho mabsing of tho millionaires' houses had beon dug nnd curbed, baskets had and the'reafter soarch in tho advertise been mado, brooms had been 'made, ments forja boarding, house in that' on tho South Side, together with tho bo1 annpxation Bhakes (shingles) had been split, fences quarter, ho cannotfgeawry; HowiH of southern suburbs, havo had been built, and. thor topis wero btrt safe; coinfortableandcconpmlcalrt A brought tho South Sido to a parity iu on ar a saw an'd a spade. A city of listof well known hotels is appcu'de'd.' population. Ihreo beautiful parks skirt the westhou.ouu souls, with stono fronted' palaces Their highest prices by tho day aro six stories high, had fis'eri in their very given. Whoro that figuro is nine dol- ern environs of Chicago, connected by eight. It was mighty to thenfi Itryas lars, ifo must bo understood that guests tho iystom oi 'drives which in to incloso as four or five dollars tho uitiro city. On tho northwost is their all. Now York, 'Philadelphia, can bo Tc'ppi London, Paris', "Vienna lheso""citles7 Humboldt park; centr'ally lies Garfield ' Illslust with their smooth streets and shady Rooms, per day. park, with its artesian well. On the southwest is Douglas park. Each of vistas, wore in anothor world. .,, 710 0 ui Palmer liouso p W) theso pleasuro grounds is decorated with Grand Pnclflo ...!t...n.... ,.G00 Tremont House. .....,.....'..J230 J a handsomo pavilion nnd a still moro f WO' ' I 'pcO AudltorIufu.....,,..f..t. 400 oco striking conservatory. Largo lakes are Great Northern n featuro of tlio landscape, and 300 SCO Shcrmau Houbo IU) litchellcu 000 may bo had for htro iu each park. 3110 Lelnml sou Union park is a protty squaro on Wash au 6 01 VclUnaton 200 Victoria.... 500 iugton Iwulovard. Breckenridge News. nord science and art havo united, with wondrous profusion of means, to delight tho oyo nnd bring comfort to tho occupant. Iu tho Auditorium, for aro 50,000,000 pieces of Roman cago. GREATISOHICAGO! Eg H R H B l? JHISn in 1 ffl ;ggg) DOpTRgRM Hjffl fflHSsi. fit U"!!l!!!i SlBII fill F7 M B BfHMMill fflifflfl BB IS. f IB. BB III! BB EaaaiiimnBBHslSDi 1 II U ( IS BB BB BB BB IEli g 8 M MilM E 1 1 fl fl f) ft ft IrnHHnffiflnnnnnfcRa 7 ijDouLJsLrl JBLJflL'HnUllJ lUUlmaii eg nd ikih P y M M IBS! 1 ft fi C fl r. -- ypMLii.pinii qannicjaiHi 3 B an a! arUlB 111 OF CHICAGO. o I 1 THE UNITY DUILDINa. Michigan nvenuo and Twentieth street. Itooth's nest Chnraeier. Its annua! reception of old bettlers has It lvas iu a high priced restaurant. inado it famous historically. Thoy wero discussing tho characters in Tho Chicago club has recently bought which Booth had boon most successful, tho old Art institute. It vacated a lino and tho young man with a blond o building. It is tho oldest of tho chilr was satisfied that Hamlet was by Tho Illinois club has a beautiful homo far his best part. on Ashland avenue. "If you over saw him in part Tho La Sallo club counts tho director when ho was at his best," ho that general of tho World's fair among its wouldn't dispute tho assertionsaid, "you for a mooriginators. It is a Republican club ment." and owns n marble houso on West Mon"Saw hitnt" exclaimed tho man with roo street. tho dark beard scornfully. "I'voscon Tho Union club has palatial quarters him in about everything ho ovor played. on tho North Side. Why, his Hamlet was The Union Leaguo club has a homo with somo of his other poor comparod characters. His opposito tho postofllco on Jackson street Othello was liottor than his Hamlot, and Is a power in social affairs. nnd his Macbeth" Tho Ashland club has a big houso at "Macbeth!" broko in tho young man Wood and Washington streota. Tho with tho Marquette is a similar institution on wasn't upblond mustache. "Why, that to Romeo, and that's saying n Do.irboin nvenuo. good deal. His Shylock waa bettor than Tho Argo club summers nt tho outer his Othello." end of tho Illinois Central pier, whilo Every ono in earshot was interested by less enterprising idlers swelter in tho this time, but just as tho man with tho heats of tho south wind. dark beard was beginning a Bcathing Tho Press, tho Wliitechapcl and tlio rotort with some Sunset nro clubs that aro often heard of, "Fool's Revenge" sido remarks about tho tho littlo follow with and about which public curiosity exists. tho single ejeglass roused himsolf and Tho Press club is building on Michigan said: nvenuo. It has nearly all tho authors "I say! You're Iwth wrong, you know. of tho city in Its membership. I'm not much on drama, but Booth novor played anything ns well as ho did Shakespeare." Detroit Freo Press. inns-tach- THE LAST DEI When Iho tlrao come to Tomorrow or some olb If God uliould bill nif iiml "What wouldst tliour" j "Ob. God. thy world ra Yet Rire me to forget nor ox mo moro nrilu And thl UK that mlgbf "1 loved and tolled. tUr Lived certain years Now grant mo In tliat.y I I ..M.wni. luiua i I "For others, Ixird, the TliolocsreknIt. tb For me. tho death ot i lUUIVIIUAllIlK 14.IUJ,' OD Q m r r - it, ' i? nrcliltect8 havo striven to depart fioiu tho conventional aspects of ecclesiastical edifices. Thoro is not a church on Midi-so- n street, which is five miles long. Tho North Sido. Should tho visitor find liiuihclf on the North Side, ho should not miss a visit to tho waterworks at Cliicago avonuo nnd tho lako. Tho building and its isolated water tower aro ornunienta of tho city, while tho great pumping engines will lie a fascinating study for any ono who has never been on board ship. Following tho Lako Shoio drivo northward past tho snporb homes of many and tho archiepiscopal palace of Archbishop Feelian, tlio statues and flowor beds of Lincoln park aro soon in viow. This is tho favorite resort of tho children of tho city. Hero Mr. Charles F. Yerkes operates a beautiful colored fountain at night, and hero ia displayed tho largest collection of wild animals in tho city. This zoological garden is deficient in juon-koygiraffes and famous birds, but maintains an oxcellont show of catliko animals, boars, wolves, seals, ruminants, beayer, otter and other rodents. Tho Moral display at Lincoln park is excelled at fow places in America. Tho regatta lako, an artificial waterway a mllo or moro iu length, has been made for tho benefit of oarsmen. Passing without from Lincoln park, tho inquirer is soon at Graccland, whoro aro gathered many beautiful tributes of loye and affection for tho dead. Tho chapel at Gracelaud is ono of tho finest in tho world. Tho Ryerson vault of polished granito, tho Farwell obelisk and other great stones are well worth seeing. Farther north is Roso Hill cemetery, with Long John Wentworth's great monolith, elected by himself; and Calvary, tho Catholic burying ground, witli Mulligan s monument, is still farther north. At tho beautiful northern suburb of Evanston stands tho Northwestern university, tho most celebrated seat of learning in Illinois. s, Tho South Side. The long and narrow strip which is reached by State street and Wabash and Michigan avenues harbors tho wealth and pride of Chicago. When a West Sider gets a million ho moves to Prairie avonuo. Within a stono'B throw of each other on Michigan, Calumet and Prairie avenuos live a hundred men who together are aaid to own estates worth The liest system of Btrcot cars and transfers is on tho South Sido and was built up by C. B. Holmes. Tho first clovated road was from Congress streot (tho Auditorium) to Fiftioth street, and will reach Jackson park. Tho suburban eorvico of tho Illinois Central (lako shore) . road accommodates vast numbcrs.of Tho exposition is on tho South Sido, at tho finish of handsomo drives and parkways. Property on tho West Sido has not advanced in vahio. Somo of tho real estato st6ries told on tho South .Sido would task a strong credulity. Tho South Sido always had tho court houso, postofllco, tho grout clubs and tho Art institute. Wheu tho churclica moved out of tho center after tlio firo thoy all went southward. Tho horso cars aro still running on many West 'Sido streets, and electric lights havo been kept out by tho gas trust All but two of tho railroad depots hro on the South Side; tho stockyards uro on tho South Sido Somo property eight miles from tho court houso southward is worth $300 a foot; somo two miles southwest is worth but $00 a foot. Ytt theso very inequalities make tho West Sido a cheap placo for tho frugal, keoping them out of tho way of thoso prouder souls who love to support a ioo-pielib-or- al $300,0ov,0u0. mosaic and acres of Mexican onyx. The Auditorium has tho largest theater in tho world. A tower bomo twenty stories high is always open to sightseers at a fco of twenty-flvcents. Tho Auditorium all in all Is tho principal "Hon" in Chicago proper. Tho Masonic templo is, so far as is known in Chicago, tho largest and most novel structuro on earth. It covers tho quarter of a city block. It is intended to bo a city iu itself, with ten stories of stores, Boven stories of offices, threo stories of lodgcrooms and a roof garden twonty-on- o stories from tho ground. Tho pillars in tho rotunda aro eighteen feet in circumference Tho rotunda itself terrifies tho spectator. Calculations of tho economics gained by tho uso of this building aro tho favoiito pastimes of its tenants, nnd it cannot bo doubted that tho advertising advantages of doing business thoro will soon bIiow themselves in tho most surprising manner. Tho Masonic templo is at State and Randolph streets. Tho Woman's templo, at La Sallo and Monroe, is perhaps the next largest pile, nnd its success is wholly assured as a business venture. Tho Chamber of Commerco block, tho Tacoma, tho Rookery, tho Pullman, tho Homo, tho Germania, tho Ashland, tlio Royal Insurance, tho Monadnock, tho Unity, tho Phenix, tho Rialto and a dozen other vast, stteplelike structures will demand a share of attention. Thoso buildings best repay a visit which, like tho Masonic templethe Royal, tho C, B. and Q. and tho Chamber of Commerce (at Washington and La Salle), offer a central viow of their entire interior. You may stand nt an upper balustrado iu theso houses aud look sheer to tho floor. Tho wainscoting, ceiling, walls and pavement aro often masses of ornamental variegated stouo. Tho 8toro warehouse of Marshall Field stands at Fifth avonuo and Adams. Richardson, tho architect, is said to bavo charged $100,000 for flio plans. Tho building is romarkablo for tho large Bizo of its blocks of dark granite. I gives a darkish look to tho entire vicinity. This is the largest dry goods business iu tho world. Amusements. Although Chicago has not csenped tho murrain of variety acting which nillicts tho stage, her theaters uro as good.as any, and ono of her managers, Mr. probably ranks nt tho head of his profession in America. Of late years theaters havo succeeded on streets two miles from tho center of town. Thirty theaters give dally performances, of which tho principal ones, outsidoVtf tho Auditorium (not usually open), nro tho Grand opera houso, tho Chicago opera houso, tho Co- o Hoo-loy'- THE AUDITORIUM. Thero nro nt least a hundred other social organizations of influenco and standing. This featuro of city life shows a rapid development. Thero nro at least 0,000 dramshops In Chicago. On tho wholo, Cliicago is an excellent placo for tho World's fair. Tho inhabitants will not bo jealous of tho exiosi-tioThey will accord to it tho grandeur which it has. Tlieyfeel tho need of a "lion" "worthy of Chicago." They will not compel tho civil guest to waste precious time outside tho gates of Jackson park. One Rees Chicago by passing through tho streets. At tho fair tho greatist of bightteors may sup full a thousand times and still leavo a thousand things unseen. JOHN M'GOVERN. Ills Itehuhe. Much of tho music sung in city churches would scarcely bo characterized as "sacred" if it wero heard except in tho houso of God. And thoro aro boiiio odd peoplo who oven in this ago of progress consider that such music belongs lathor to tho concert room than to tho church. Parson Snow was ono of theso peoplo. and when ho "exchanged" one Sunday with an old collego friend who was settled over a largo city paribh ho was Iwth amazed and shocked by tho vocal display tho anthem with which tho members of tho choir electrified tho congregation. "They had lino voices, my dear," ho oxplainod to his little wifo when ho was safely back in his own homo, "and 1 presume thoy wanted to show them off, nnd so took advantage of a tlmo when thoir pastor was away. I thought nt first of rising nnd requesting them to desist. Then I folt that perhaps it would bo my duty to report the matter to Doctor Green. "But I finally concluded that, as it was undoubtedly a lirbt ofTenso and caused by an almost pardonable vanity, I would deal gently with them. So I waited until thoy had finished, and then I roso and said, 'Wo will now begin the religious services of tho morning.' "And I feel sure," concluded tho sim-pl- o minded pastor, "that they felt m rebuko and will not lot such a thing occur again!" Youth's Companion. The "I'lrst IMItlon" Cruzo. Is this hankering after first editions but a mero cruzo or fashion? iu which caso I would venture to predict that whon tho book loving and book buying public onco begins to consider seriously what it is that really constitutes tho valuo of any first edition tho ridiculous and artificially enhanced prices of such issues will fall. Upon this public weakness, whether fostered by sentimental or any other feeling, tho booksellers aro now trading and nro iu tho habit of calling attention in Roman capitals in their catalogues to first editions of almost oery conceivable book of courbo at tho same timo adding a coircspondingly increased prico to books which aro hardly worth purchasing in uny edition. For tho present groat 'demand for first editions tho keen competition among English speaking peoples from abroad for any book of special valuo now offered for sale may bo in a great responsible, aided by a largo class of unreasoning beings who buy books merely because they aro first editions, and who by dint of their long pnrsos uro oblo to "rush in whoro ongols fear to tread," Theso aro thoy upon whom ordinary book lovers look with dread, and tho booksellers not always with approval. Notes and (jucries. de-grany-whe- ro Chi-cag- o, as-lo- MASONIC TEMPLE. row-boa- ts Southern ISO 4 UI d NEW rUBLIO LIBUAKY, u On tho night of Oct, 8 an4 tho wholo day'of Oct. 0, I871,rtliia marvelous" city burnod. Tho loss was reckoned, in tho hundreds of millions. Chicago had been, It was no moro. Chicago was llko a dream. Theso tidings the most frightening that tho world had heard in modem times of poace camo upon tho western states with paralyzing A forco. j I For. days men wont dazed about their business, Without Chicago, whatwpuld they do? What woUl'd life bo worth?' Whero would tho nows come from? for nothing' oyer seemed to happen, ontside of Chicago. Withal, thero was "joy that this" conflagration' was tup .greijtost that over' was I It fulfilled tho fond expectations of tho west. Thoy told you sol thoeo fannors, thrashing in their" Jjarnsi Chicago Kebullt. Tho city of Cliicago. was inalnly.ro-bui- lt in tho year 1873. For tf decade later horo was a uniformity in tho lines of five story business blocks that guVdto tho city a Solemn and mighty appearance. With tho invontion'of ticf water elo-- i vator, buildings might 'profitably go higher than six storici. TheMqntauk bloctf, on Monroe street, near Dearborn, Ventured skyward ton stories, and thero were citizens who avoided Monroo street until tlio autumnal gafesiroved thaCTbn story buildings would- - Btandl A Tlie Year 1884 saw tho compleyonof a group-othirteen story structures tho JJoarU'of Trade, the R6yi Irtsnrsnce.'tha Home Insurauco, tho Pullman and tho Rookery. The foundations for these stupendous piles entirely filled the cellars. Chicago had lieen noted for the fliinelnesa f Clifton Hoaao Hotel Ueurlcl (German) VirifUila.w. tut) 2U0 100 ISO Atlantic.,,.., HotcllGracf llrovoort Durke's Jl'cCoy'a 6 Pi SO) !H SOU Siltedi oxpenso. Monuments. 180 ; a Gore's street of west Chi. cago is Ashland avenue, which, turning 2 00 into Twelfth street aiid Ogden avenuo) , Tho precincts of tho fair grounds will offers to wheelmen and drivers an asteoin with tomporary hotels, and tho phalt pavoinont without equal anywhere sleeping cars will bo utilized. Rapid in tho city. Leaving Oarfiold park, on transit will carry thousands to thoir far-of- fi toring tho city, turning iuto Ashland, homes over night, and other Iran- - boulevard at Union park, taming into 1 dfeds bt thousands will enter Jackson Twelfth, vooring Into Ogden avenue, g park to leavo it at night for homo, reaching Douglas park and taking Doug- Chicago not at all, Thero need bo as boulovard for Garfield park again, llttlo approhonsion of trouble on tho I ho cyclers may have a nearly ideal rido scor,o of npefrminodations, for Chicago is of over Boven miles. Jackson boulovard "a vastctty, with over sixty squaro miles Is paved with ospnalt and has many of improved real estate. It is a fact that magnificent houses. Washington boulo; the Dem6cratic national convention of vard, a fine macadam resldenco street, 1893 was not especially noticcablo in tho Is perhaps tho finest of tho West Side clt streets. Tho scono on tho main driving avenues. streets at Iho noon hour, when tho groat Tho population of tho West Sido is ofllco buildings ompty their tenants for about 650,000 souls. It has two good lunch.s ono npt to bo forgotten by por- - theaters, and tho display of shops at B$ns inurotl to solitary surroundings. IlaUtcad atld Madisoustroptu ia tho most Thorouglifurcs. brilliant to bo scon in tho whole city. Tho visitor will wish to know what Tho reader must not forgot that railroad streets aro important onee ju Chicago. trains will run from Ogden avonuo U Ho will be conf nsed by tile bridge, for Jackson park direct, thus making the he can always look two wayH ft ml boo a southern part of the West Ship oasily bridge. All tlid 'streota of tho central accessible to tho exposition. section of Chicago aro crowded with The churches of Chicago, as oTgoneral people, but the KWt thoroughfare for thing, aro not large. Often, too, tho 3 (XI Commercial.''. .'..J.......r.... litieea Windsor IU COO Saratoga , Ilranswlck, 200 Grand Paldce Transit liouso (tockards)..,. 00 100 woodruff,, CO WorthitA., 200 Gault Washington 50 Kuhn'...!..ia....t ..,.... .1.... i.... .... 2j0 CO 2UI 2 00 250 . S50 110 W 133 ' 200 2 0) , ' 2 CO 2 on SCO 3(0 SCO 800 203 2 00 AUT INSTITUTE, 403 MICHIGAN AVENUE. Tho most beautiful 200 soo-in- Tho monuments of Chicago aro not many, and aro, with the excoption of tho one erected to tho memory of Douglas, of a minor value as city exhibits. Tho Douglas monument stands on a fine plat overlooking tho lako from high ground at Thirtjsslxth streot. It was finished at stato expense. Both railroad and cablo cars pass this conspicuous memorial on their way to tho exposition. In the Haymarkct, on West Randolph street, West Side, stands tho monument erected to the memory of the eight' io licomen killed by tho bomb of May 4, 1880. The bomb was not thrown in the Haymarket or wjioro tho monuinen; stands. Tho spot lies to tho right of tho monument and 200 feot into tho cross Btreet called Desplaines, and commonly pronounced aa it is spoiled. Tho meeting of revolutionists waa held etlll farther away. Tho other public monuments aro nearly nil in Lincoln park. Tho great equestrian statue of General Grant stands on a rude stono structure. St. Gaudeiu' fetntiio of Lincoln is highly praised and loudly condemned, according to tho tasto of tho visitor. It ropuseuts Lincoln in modern attiro, rint-t- i front a stono chair, reading the emancipation 'proclamation. Thero is a beautiful group of Indians, Clubs. and thero aro handtoiuo effigies of Clnb.s aro un important featuro of Schiller and La Salle. Sheridan lifo. is to havo a monument iu Union park, irst comes tho Commercial club, on tho West Bldo, , wljich U an inner crrclo of tho Chicago Gruat IlulldliiKS. clijb. Jt lias sixty members, and to obTho visitor will do himself an Injus-- . tain admission is tjio, ambition of every tico, jf ho bo from rural districts, i( Jio lhuu who Is growing enormously do not cavef ully inspect at least u dozen wealthy. Of tho celebrated tall buildings of, Clii The Calumet club has a groat bouse at colo-bratLiu-liaju- s, lumbia, tho Edon Museo, tho Academy of Muslo. tho Haymarket, tho Criterion, Havlin's nnd tho Olympic. Central Music hall is usually open with n good card, and panoramas of tho firo, Niagara and Gettysburg aro permanent attractions. Moonlight excursions on the lako and cablo rides on the grip car are favorite pastimes. Charities, lite. The stato of Illinois nnd tho city of Chicago aro well off in hospitals and charities. Tho Cook County hospital and its'surrounding structures form the most notablo group of therapeutic and educational buildings in tho country. Beginning with tho Cook County and Presbyterian hospitals wo may reckon not less than thirty important Chicago institutions of this noblo chnracter. Thopubllc library has 180,000 volumes. and is strong in periodicals, costumes ' and Egyptology. Tho Newberry library, now forming; baa uu endowment of jj,500,000, It will Btand on North Stato streot, on Washington square. l Tho Crerar library will havo a similar endowment, and will bar out uovols, especially French ones. The Art instltuto is rapidly rising on the lako front iu placo ot tho Interstate Exposition building. Thero nro soventeen convents of Cuth-oli- o nuns iu tho city. Thoro nro 403 churches and 817 church buildiugs,.with steeples, bolls or stained windows. Thero aro 8,1)00 manufacturing establishments, and somo of them employ 0,000 mon each, A lilt of Correspondence. A remarkable correspondence has been published, ending In a true Irish fashion. It begins; "Mr. Thompson presents his compliments to Mr. Simpson, and begs to request that ho will keop his doggs from trespassing on his grounds." "Mr. Simpson presents his compli-mont- s to Mr. Thompson, and begs to suggest that iu futuro ho should not Spoil 'dogs' with two gees." Mr. Thompsons resiiccts to Mr. Simpson, and will feel obliged If ho will I add tho lotter 'o' to the last word In tho ' note just received, so us to represent Mr. Simpson and lady." "Mr. Simpson returns Mr, Thompson's noto unoened, tho impertinenco it contains being only equaled by its vulgars. ity." London Tit-Bit- vontilation if no other means of ventilation is attainable, Lower tho windows fromtho top; if possible open ono. window from tho bottom, but choose a window tho opening of which will not crento n draft. Heated air rises and will escapo through tho lowered windows, whilo tho fresh air will enter through tho raisod windows. Now York Sun. , It is nlways proper io resort to window Ventilation by Windows. I'rofesslonnl J'rlde. "Why do you children wear such dreadfully long hair?" "Howare folks to know that our father Soo Babbage's bMUtiftil lino of is an artlstr-U- lk. overshlrU. Kovnl Flute I'J Frederick tho Great presents to all musicial players. Ho played the-bly well himself, and sometimes led to acts Unit appointment to his brothe famous flutist onco visit! and asked permission to pli hoping that Frederick Wii appreciation of his skill i bio gift i Frederick received and listened attentively ' a difficult piece "You piny very welli I am very glad to havo U Condolence Out of I'lace. of such ability. 1 will gf "Don't condolo with a friond or con- or my satisfaction." gratulate a friend until fivo years havo So saying ho loft thorooj tested tho reality of his grief or joy," Bician wauou, guessing at says someljody. Bnt my cortiol It's n naturo of the "proof." good idea, after fivo years or considerPresently tho king retui ably less, to find out how apropos your own fluto and played thl remarks aro going to bo before you offer which had just been exeo 'cm. Instanco in point: I met Vachant, Then ho bado his visitor i P of Now York, in tho street tho other Ing: day. I'vo been meaning to writo to "I havo had tho pleasrk Vachant collego friend of mino, you you, and it was only fair th know over sinco his wifo 'died, two hear mo." Youth's Comp years ago; brutal of mo not to havo done How the Continents it, for sho was n sweet littlo soul, und I Tlio effect of gravitation could guess what her loss must havo been. Well, I rushed up to him, aud tho sea waters upon tho slfg lirusseu ins nauu, nnu Btumuieu out a nents is ono of tho most-- i plea for forgiveness for not ha ing sooner well as tho most curio expressed my very real sympathy for his Biuercu, tacts in coor.ee wifo's loss ami all it must havo meant ocean's history. TnustX aro all situated at tops of to him. I noticed ho went rather red and mur- mountains of wator, and tol i mured something and hurried off as lantic or any other ocean,li soon ns ho could, and when I told my to first go down tho sloplngl wifo of it aud how 1 thought it rather tho valloy and then climb th queor, sho said sho didn't think it queer tain of water on tho other side at all, inasmuch us ho was on from Now safely reaches a harbor. In this connection tho injr York on n wedding journoy with his cuiation lias been mado th becond wife. Cards on my dosk, in unopened enveloiK). Thought from their ocean on tho Atlantic tho dVi s about Bizo thoy wero an ad. Boston Commonof a mllol level of tho wator at coast lin wealth. ship in traveling from San? F( 1 Swiss Nolillltj. Yokohama, Japan, must A fow years ago tho question was nt least a milo in depth. St. i V asked, "Does nobility still exist in puuuc. Switzerland?" And no ono was ablo to A Storage llnttery Locnu answer it. Of all tho thousand of EngA storago battery locomotivl lish folk who haunt tho Swiss hotels in summer not one, it would seem, had put into operation In Wurtciul inquired whether that Rudolph von ning from somo paper mills aC Erlach, whoso equestrian statuo thoy bnrg to tho station on mild about 2l must havo seen, has any living, descen- railroad, dants; not ono had over heard of tho This locomotive, which ll Barneso nobility a noblesso which holds Bengors ns well as freigL Itself so high that It thinks but slightly eight tons and carries IU of tho British legation. Yet from tho gelatinous storago battery, v Jura to tho Lugano there is hardly a ply current to tho motor. canton theio ia perhaps no canton-- in weigh two tons. Tho lino hiii which noblo families aro not to be heavy grades. Tho locomoj on an avcrago four trips doilj found. a load of twenty tons botweel Somo of theso, such as tho Plantas twenty minutes, ii mid tho Buols or tho Grabunden, havo points in do tho work. Now York Tolo turned their energy into modern channels nnd tnnko their fortunes, like tho W. C. T. V. Hooiiilng SuG Hausers or tho Soilors, out of the Eng- - Mrs. Lizzie Hill Mills, prosldl lish and tho American tourists. Others, liko tho Von Allmen,, havo sunk into n Orange county (Col.) W. C. T. "Wo aro 'booming' suffrago. humbler rank. But tho greator part reW. O. main in statu quo, still enjoying in tho givon T. U. moots ovory wcok. this last month entirely to i towns or in tho country n social pres-tig- o and will give tho coming one'' that varies with their wealth and samo topic. Wo aro taking thoir intelligence. Templo Bar. United States constitution an laws. Wo seud out writton Invj Knrly Methods of Curing Skins. Tho original process of curing skins to thoso who nro not members! was probably tho slmplo ono of cleaning union, nnd jieoplo aro getting j nnd drying them. Removal cf tho hair anu eiiiuusiustic. by maceration in water seems to have Wliuro the 1'ruof H'luj been common among tho very early Lawyer Of courso I don't tribes, and ono writer has suggested his defenso is, madam, but 1 that tho idea was obtaiuod from tho him for breach of promise i natural process of depilation. They wo como out Tho proof of t must certainly havo been familiar with is the eating, as they say. it in tho caso of drowned animals, whoro Aggrieved Fair Ono (pensin maceration can bo plainly obsorvod. nesslsko) Tho proof of tho Following this, smoke, sour milk, oil, la theso hero lovo letters.! and the brains of tho animals themselves Bits. wero found efficacious. Many of these Never Poultice the Eye primitivo methods nro employed at the It is tho prevailing custom present time, thus bringing into novel norant peoplo to put a poulticol conjunction tho days of tho roving flamed oyo, a tiling which shout) and thoso of tho thrifty Ameriunder any circumstances bo doii can. George A. Rich in Popular Scienco sad to soo tho vast number of me Monthly. en nnd children mado blind for ralllnt; from a Greut Height. this ono thing. Jenness Miller It will bo remomljered that Mr. trated, Whymper, who had a severo succession Tho Delights of u Iloneytna of falls onco in tho Alps, without losing Sho Look hero! This is tkF his consciousness, declares emphatically that as ho bounded from ono rock to an- handkerchief I havo wet througfM othor ho folt absolutely no pain. Tho bittor tears! Ho (vory coolly) Nothing but u& Bamo thing happens on tho battlefield; tho entranco of tho bullet into tho body expense! That's how tho washing runs up. Popolo Romano. Is not felt, and it is not till ho fcols tho blood flowing or a limb paralyzed that Do not draw a check unless tho soldier knows ho Is wouudod. Porsons who havo had soveral limbs the monoy In bank or in your broken by a fall do not know which limb to deposit. Don't tost tlio Is broken till thoy try to rise. At tho generosity of your bauk moment of a fall tho wholo Intellectual or allowing to bo present for a larger sum than yo activity Is Increased to an extraordinary degree Thoro Is not n traco of anxiety. Mr. Stanford has endov Ono considers quickly what will happen. This is by no means tho conscquenco of Stanford Junior univer "presenco of mind," it is rnthor tho really a sort of homo product of absolute necessity. A solemn children, with property! to about $10,0 coniiosure takes possession of tho vlo-tit- amounting Death by fall ia a beautiful ono. Turtle lice. Great thoughts till tho victim's soul; Turtle eggs aro on acquired ' thoy fall painlessly into a.grcat bluo sky. most peoplo, although tby mw Drake's Magivzino. with bears. Thoy havo al yolk and awhito liko Ten In Cmthmere. out you can cook tuoin nr a yd Thoro aro two ways of preparing tea tne wuuo pare win reins nquu vol! is to put tho tea in Cashmere. Tho first tlce a curious dimplo in tiblQbtaiZ3L in n not with cold water und boil it for ono. If you squeeze it out the dfcwplij half an hour, whon moro cold water is appears on mo otner aiao, ana yoa Art.tn.t wl,trli it is boiled for MMMfU, after or n turtio nevor got andthcr half hour. Milk is then added hasn't got nolo a dimplo in It Interview i and it is ready for drinking, Tho second Washington Star. Is 'to placo tho tea in a iot with u little Boda.ond water, and boil it for hnlf an Oil for Heavy Machinery. hour as before Milk, salt and butter For lubricating tho journals of heavy . aro then added, uftor which it is boiled machinery, either rapo oil or sperm oil j for another half hour, when it is ready. is tho best to uso in mlxturo with inhvl Philadelphia Ledger. oral oil, as they have tho least o fleet on orass anu iron, wnicn two meiais item The Indlcestlblo lUtnana. orally constitute the bearing surfaces of i ''Next to pork," says a physician, "tho an engine. Ago of Stool. banana is tho most iudigestiblo thing a person can cat, and if you will notico What shall it profit a man if ha you will see them touched very sparingly the wholo world and thon lias UnH by peoplo with weak stomachs. If you popsia so bad that lie can't enjoy W I can digost thorn, howovor, and don't w mind tho offonsivo odor, they aro very tho good thinm it contains ? Ht nourishing und one can moke a meal on have dyspepsia it ka -takes D tVi them that is in every way equal to a Tllll.l....TIl wiwti ruiriy ikwok substantial lunch of bread and meat," F. o& sale by Short A Iayno,Qnp Now York Tribune. I Hi mi I ' T In "TTmnliMhr' u'ij . three-fourth, Mas-saget- El n. Sf all u Jobrt s I HflHMBHflHHHNMMttttMMMMflHflHH . EJtja fctf,M,.,aiBarfMuaifatLjBA ,& JifajJr J 1 v? ciiN4b-gr43H- PhysicianSurgeon. Office oier Dr .J. ffl. Clayton, Payne W. G. Smart went to Cincinnati Sun-da- it CVa Hardwire Store. OLOVEnPORT. KY. A. Merchant Tailor, CANNELTON, IND. Suite mndo to order in tho best style. Perfect fit guaranteed. Ordors solicited. J. KIRST, A. A, Simons, M. D. Physician . Surgeon Batik. CLOVERPORT, KY. Office over Jireclcnridge X - J. W. JARRETT, U,S, Claim &. Pension Agent STEPHENSPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1892. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mrs. Annio Brown went to Louisville Mondny. Bachelor "Have you found married lifo much of a change?" The framo of Capt. English's new house is up. It is a two story. There will bo a splendid brass band at tho K. P. barbecuo next Saturday. Remember Sulzer's on K, P. day, Oct. 15th they will bo glad to see you. Win. Prestion, wife and baby of Lewis-powere visiting in tho city last week. Fon Sale Organ, good as new, cheap. W. 0. Allen. Flags Decorations Bunting for tho K. P. day, Oct. 15th, at Sulzer's. Died, Oct. 4th, Mrs. Nannie Brown, wifo of Henry Brown, living near Brandenburg. L. Rhode, wife and two fine boys were tho guests of bis sister, Mrs. Tbos. Low is last week. Miss Lafayette Lallelst, is visiting her uncle, Mr. Chas. P. Moorman, of Louisville, this week. Butter and eggs will bo in demand this week on account of tho K. P. gathering. Sulzer's can supply you. Fall is right with us, and wo are right "in it" with our Fall and Winter goods. Come and see us Sulzor. "Benedict "Yes, indeed. It haschang-c- d every dollar as soon I've got it. Butas I trade at Sulzer's, I don't mind." Geo. Getzcndanncr will bo fouud in the room next to R. L. Nuwsom's ofllco. Tin roofing and tinwork on new buildings a specialty. Sco in Sulzer Show Window what tho Knights of Pythias are offering as n prizo to tho Handsomest Young Lady on tho Barbacuo grounds, Oct. 15th. Garland Hendricks, of Irvington, sold his farm last week to Ashcraft and Cooley for 3,500 cash. Mr. Hendrick says he will inbvo to .Oklahoma. W. W. Williams, of Henderson, went New Albany last week to sco Nancy Hanks, tho Queen of tho trotting turf. Mr. Williams says sho is a beauty. Dr. L. W. German, dentist, Louisville, will be in Cloverport from October 3rd to 14th. Can bo found at Dr. S. S. Watkin's office. Prices reasonable. A quick and permanent cure, Mr. J, 1. Kces-le1410 W. Lombard St., Halto., Md., siyst "I rt Tri-col" r, ml Born to tho wife of Ed. Martin, OctOth, a girl. Tho gravel is being placed, on First street. Mrs, Nelson Jolly was in tho city yesterday. Born to tho wife of R. O. Mattingly Oct. Oth, a girl' Dr. N.C. Mosely, of llardinshurg, was v in the city yi sterday. Mrs. Mosely, Stephcnsport, was in tho city last Friday shopping. Mr IVrkiiiB Is building n now house in the Warfiold addition. Coonoy Jann and Georgo McNican are new machincst at tho shops. Earnest Carson who has been at home, returned to Louisville Sunday. Cal. Brandenburg, of tho Shops, has been sick for a couple of weeks. Leon McGavock and wife, of Victory, will spend tho winter in this city. Coach 30 will bo in tho shops to be repainted and varnished this week. Waller Haynes went to Now Albany last week to sea Nancy Hanks trot. Fred Utting repaired and varnished the "Katio" last week in tho shops. received a large raft of Fella's saw-milogs from Battlctown, Meado county, last week. Mrs. Georgo Fonts and son, Willie, visited relatives in Meado county a few days last week. Mlko Jungling was going to Dtcoven to see Molly last Sunday, but gave out tho notion. Several of our boys came homo from tho racts with very bright faces and flush pocket books. Frank Perry, machinest, will leave in a few days to accept a position at Ind. About all tho boys at tho shops were offa day last wok, and spent it at the Owensboro fair. . Mr. John Skeinc, wife and baby and Mrs. Telfer, of Victoria, were In town shopping Monday. Director R. R. Pierce, of tho L. St. L.& T. went to Hardinsburg yesterday In tho interest of tho road. R. H. Moorman, stato organizer for tho A. O. U. W. went to Earlington yesterday in tho interest of that order. Mr. Bush Stiff, of Raymond, stopped off when returning from tho Owensboro fair, and spent Saturday in this city. Mr. and Mrs. James Harris, of wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Farber several days last week. Tho Ladies' Missionary Society of tho Baptist church will givo their usual Thanksgiving dinner. Remember this. Since tho grading and graveling of second street has been completed. It is decidedly the prettiest street In tho city. Mr. H. B. Head, tho insurance man, has returned to tho city after an exten-siv- o and successful business trip on the road. Mr. and Mrs. Joo B. Phillips, of Chicago, wero in tho city several days last week, tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skill-mall Hunt-ingburg, Ball-town. Dav idCully of this city and Mies A'nn Asliciaii of Meado county, wero married at tile re sidence of the bride's parents at 4 o'clock p. in., on tho 5th Inst. Tho Rev. Parrish officiating. A largo crowd of rohithcs and friends witnessed tho interesting ceremony. The groom is ono of tho aicommodating clerk's in Sulzer's store, and a young man greatly bellked and respected, while thn young lady is ono of Aleado county's niot beautiful and accomplished young ladies. W. II. Milby,n Republican orator from Greenville, addressed a small crowd of Cloverport. citizens at tho Incubator last S.tt unlay night. His speech was a very weak exposition of the? still weaker Re publican principles, and it did not take hint long to make "that tired fetlln" como over tho most of his hearers. The colored brethren, who formed a large per cent of his audience, wero most nil soon asleep, and deep guttural snorts and dead sickening thuds who mingl ng with the sharp, grating notes of the speakers voice. It is safe to say that not a vote was made or changed by tho speech. WEST VIEW. Our town Is on a boom. School is prognsslng fast. Weddings nro nil tho go. Iji grippo Is raging hero now. Dr. E. It. Wilson was in town last week. Every one is longing for tho November elt ction, Mr. Sydney Hall is teaching school at Antiocli. Mr.JiBBoNortonsbaby is very sick with brain fever. Mits Cora Mathews Is teaching school t New Salem. S'jim IIinninirf.r nnf In Tntuvtlli. lnat wet k to purchase his fall goods. Prof. O. Royalty who is teaching our school, has n large attendance now. Miss Nnnuie Hunter nnd Mr. Dockeray were married last Wednesday night. Any ono wishing to attend school como here, wo have n good school aud a splendid teacher. Llttlo Vernon Johnson, son of P. M. Johnson, has been very sick but is recovering now. Misses Annio Milner and Zito Butler wero tho guests, of Miss Ida Johnson last Saturday. . Mr. I. B. Payno passes through here real often going South. What is the attraction Mr. Payne? Georgo Hall Is teaching school at Bethel. Ilidabsencc is greatly lamented by a certain young lady in town. Mr.G. II. Royalty, of Hudson, was in town last Friday and that explains why ono of tho schoolgirls was missing from school. . Prof. G. II. W. Hall payed our town a flying visit last Saturday, but had to return Sunday in order to take up his school Monday. Now with a hurrah for Cleveland, for ho Is sure to como out victorious over 1 and tho grave, I Harrison, death, h will say adieu. MissRoxIo Lucas and Mr. Sam of Garfield, paid Cannelton, Ind., a visit on tho 28th tilt., and wero married. Who'll bo tho next? Who can fail to bo interested in the story entitled "Tho Scarlet Letter?" It is splendid. Tho News is an excellent paper anyway. All-goo- d, Henry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. Jdhu M. Bornlraeger. II I ttnggtea-- . Just The Thin, For the cool mornings and evenings that will soon be on hand, are those handsome and cheap Light and Medium-weigOvercoats that we have such an Come and see elegant assortment of. them ; jou are sure to be suited. The clothing we sell, bear in mind, is our own make. It has no equal. ht Splendid Work in the Field. In order to do satisfactory work on Birds or Game, use SULZER'S Death of Miss Susie E. Sawyer. This well known and lamented young lady, died at iter mother's home, in this city, on tho evening of October 5th, 1892. It is another illustration of tho old fact tho bright st flowers' fado earliest, Sho was born October 11, 1800, and lived all her life in this city. Disease, Ladling both the skill nnd diaguosisof physicians, fastened its tentacles upon her delicate frame, and after a hopeless struggle of almost two years, sho yielded to its ravages, and took her flight beyond the stars. In her last hours when asked what sho wanted, she said, "Rest." Yes, sho wanted "Rest." Pain had held her in his pltjleas grasp for months and even years, and sho longed for tho rest, that "rest that remaiueth for tho'pcoplo of God." Tho funeral services wero conducted by Rev. I. B. Timberiake, of New Albany, of tho Baptist church, her former pastor, under whose ministrations she became a member of that church. Tho News, in its dally work, records the deaths of those who dio around us. Peculiarly sad sometimes is our pencil, why, wo cannot always accurately tell. But hero youth, purity, gentleness and beauty went to the grave, and wo wander at tho strange dealings of tho Allwiso God. Sportsman's Outfit. Julius Winter & Co.,. 'Old Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky handling of poisonous snakes, ne catch, es, tames and handles any snake ho can find. It is said that ho can breathe on tho hands of any one thereby rendering that person secure against his suakeships anger or bite. Since our last writingMr. John A. Haynes has led Miss Mattio Jordan to tho hymenial alter and thero they boarded "That matrimonial car That glides along without a jar. May their future troubles all bo little ones. JohnHaswell, Ilardinshurg's efficient post- - master, was here last week on his e inspection. In nnnuol tour of way ho is disfriendly his pensing much valuablo inform tion throughout the county. Ho complimented tho Buras P. M. as being ono of tho best, but that was before ho Inspected here. Charley Dye, Webster, was hero last week visining relatives, talklngdemocrat-i- c success and amusing everybody by his misuse of words. He rivals Mrs. Partington in this respect as easily as he could numerous writers, beat half of were ho to do business In that line. Tho ball was started rolling at the candidates speaking hero Thursday at two o'clock by a pretty little speach from tho republican candidate for Circuit clerk. With Skiltman answering him nicely. His argument was well met until tho reaching of tho Rhodes leading to tho sheriffs office. Then these two aspirants ceased whilo tho Democratic candidate for sheriff spoke just before the firing of tho Alliance Cannon which ended tho afternoon's entertainment. post-officy 's We can fit you out for camp or occasional excursions with the Best Guns, Powder, Loaded Shells, A Well Managed Institution. BRANDENBURG. Mason McMoniglo is PISGAH. Gid Mason, of Henderson, returned homo Sunday after 'a two week's visit to his parents. Mrs. McCoy, of .Irvington, and Miss Denton, of Garfield, were guests of Miss Lou Galloway last week. Prof. Galloway hasjust finished teaching a singingschoolitt Garfield. Mr. Joo Pato'and wife, ofIIendersqu, aro visiting relatives is community. Miss Rubio Ryan is teaching a ve,ry successlul school at this place. Mrs. Forrest Pate who has been very ill, is now convalescent. The young folks aro going to organize a literary society at tho schoolhouso Saturday night. Win. Brown has had a fine barn erected on his farm near hero. Will Mason nnd Georgo Newman attended tho Richards-Smit- h wedding at Caunelton on tho 22d. Molasses making is all tho go. Why candy-pullin- g can't wo havo an somowhero. Married Sept. 22dot tho residenco of tho bride's, father, Mr? InjowSmitl?, Cannelton, Ind.Mr. WiflioT. Richards and Miss Alico Smith. Tho bride has many friends in this section who wisli tho happy couplo a long und prosperous life. In-th- at homo on a visit. Miss Jennie Keith left yesterday for Falcon, Ky. whero sho will remain for a week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. J. D. Bates. Any ono wanting a fine Scotch Granite monument or cheap tombstone should call on Clarence Keith and savo all agents commissions. - a . . 1 : Malarial disorders as often attack resi take great pleasure in saying that in case of dents of largo cities as of tho country. neuralgia In my family, I found Salvation Oil Aycr's Aguo Cure is warranted a safe and effectual and speedy In the cure of the patient." certain specific. One of the attractions in town yesterTho young peoplo of the city took day was a countryman driving a cow with of tho beautiful moon-ligh- t so that he would a lino on thoisido-wal, nights last week to indulgo in not have to walk in tho street himself. fox hunts, etc. Ho escaped arrest. k, hay-ridts- .1 Si Albort Lalleist, having sold tho lot on Second street, on which ho was starting a now residence, to Capt. English, ia now starting another houso on thojeorner of Second and High streets, tho prettiest place in town. Mrs. Triplett, wife of Ed. Triplett, living near Guston, died Oct. Oth, of malarial fever. Sho leaves a husband and seven children, ono a babo of four weeks old. Sho was tho daughter of Mr. Win. Baskett, of Irvington. Tho saddest death that has occured in this city for a long time, was that of Mrs. Goorgo Wilkorson, last Saturday tho Oth baby and inst. She leaves a week-ol- d three other small children, who will never know tho love and caro of a mother. G. W. Jordon, bought tho old bank building, on the corner of First and High streets, yesterday of Mrs. J. P. Miller, for which ho payed 1,950 cash. Ho will open a branch furniture store in it, which wjll bo run in connection with his Wall street establishment. Goo. Cashman, of Union Star, was hero Saturday and subscribed for two copies of tho News, ono for himself and ono for his daughter, who is going to school at Danville, Ky. Geo. says he is tho "blackest" Republican In tho country, but ho likes the News all tho same. Jas M. Withers jmd wife, of Kirk, camo over by land last week to catch tho rarly morning train for tho Owensboro fair, It was Mr. Withers' first visit to this city in four years and liko everyone clso that stays away that long, everything was now to him, and ho saw a big improvement. 'J Capt. Felix Hawkins wont into the Evansvillo Packet Company's service when ho yns a boy, Hq Jina grown up with tiio success and popularity of the one of its "shining lino and is lights." He is a number 1 boat-ma- n and a popular gentleman. Ho is In command of tho Hart during tho low, water, but will como out in command of tho new, flue fast sldowheoler being built at Howard's Ev. Courier. That's tho City of Cannelton don't you know. Captain Hawkins will command her in stylo. Cannelton Enquirer. No wo don't. Its tho city of Clover-po- rt nnd don't you forget It. Capt Hito has as good as told us so. to-d- Miss Leila Camp, who is teaching school at Long Branch, camo down Friday night to visit her parents. She returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roth havo returned from their bridal trip,uiod bavo taken up their residenco on High street, between First aud Second. of the BapTho weekly prayer-meetin- g will, in tho absciico tist church of tho pastor, bo conducted by ono of tho members. Tho public is respectfully invited. Rev. Morrison preached his first sormon to his now charge here Sunday. Ho made qui to a favorablo impression. Mr. Morrison was ordained at the Conference which met In this city somo fifteen years ago. Mrs. S. D. Lloyd, of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs Emma Morcdock, of Louisville, two absent sisters of Miss Susio Sawypr wero notified of her death by wire, and arrived in timo to be present at tho funeral. It's not very pleasant to cough and hack, To suffer pain in chest and back, Many people .could stop It, for sure lly simply using One Minute Cough Cure. Dr. Pusoy and Besvio Lewis aro on the sick list this week. .Mr. T. A. Robinson visited his sister, Mrs. .Malin hero Sunday. Mrs. T. B. Howard Jspont last week in Louisville visiting friends. There was a donation party at tho parsonage Monday evening. Sheriff J. DHnrdin and S. P. Woolfork attended tho Owensboro fair. L. L. Lewis, of Louisville, spent last week with his parents hero.. Dr. Henry Pusoy and wife, of Louisville, aro guests of Dr. D. C. Pusoy at this place. Miss Annie Richardson is visiting Miss Mary McFarland at Long Branch this week. Quito a number of our citizens went to Now Albany to see tho Wonderful Nancy Hunks trot. Dr. Dugan and wife, of Louisville attended tho funeral of their sister Mrs. Henry Brown. Mrs. Dr. Dowden took her little son, Hernon, to Louisville last week to have Ids eyes treated. Mrs. W. M. Whelan and brother, Joe Ray, of Flaherty, wore in town on business this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gough and Miss Agnes Malin, spent several days in tho city tho first of last week. Miss Zula Malin returned home Tuesday from Vino Grove, whero sho has been visiting relatives. Mrs. II. C. Rawlings returned home on tho Oth from a long visit in Denver, Col., Kansas and Missouri, Miss Deo McGehee returned home last week, after a pleasant visit with Miss Ellen Herndon in Louisville. M. W. Flaherty, Josh Lancaster, W. II. Edolen nnd Father Fitzgorald, of St. Martin's neighborhood? wero here on tho 3d. Mrs. Ben Clarkson and daughter, Miss Fannie, of Big-- Spring, wero tho guests of Judgo Woolfolk's family at Sulphor Springs. Mrs. Martha Cissel, of Louisville, and Miss Sallio Cosby wero tho guests of Judge Rawling's family tho latter part of Inst week. The trial of Iko Humphreys and wife charged with Kin Kluxing, resulted in their being hold for further trial, they gave bond. The stockholders of the L. & N., held their annual meeting at Louisville, Wednesday and elected officers for tho ensuing year. Out of $.'528,000 $300,801 shares of stock wero represented. The following wero elected: Milton II. Smith, president; Stuart R. Knott, first A M. Quarrier, second J. II. Ellis, secretary; W. W. Thompson, treasurer. The report shows that tho company owns nnd operates J miles of road. Tho bonded debt is $74,29",0G0. Tho number of passengers carried was 0,120,050, an increase of 10.10 per cent. Tho earnings derived from the freight trafiic for tho year shows an increase of $1 535,487.19, the figures being $14,083,487.73 gross freight earnings against $12,547,090.54 earned in tho previous year, an increaso of 12.24 nor cent. The entire gross earnings were $21,235,- 71,50, leaving after paying operating expenses $7,443,590.08 net. Tho road is splendidly managed aud tho compliment of unanimous was worthily bestowed on the officers who have done so much to build up the vast enterprise. Interior Journal. Waterproof Suits. In fact we make a special feaj 01 UJ A Hunter's Goods Of all kinds. SULZEH'S, sag-as4S4cs-g- CLOVERPORT, K The .Second Order for Ladies Cloa! w will bo received at B. P. BEARD & CO.' this Save Your Money ! Thero aro 20,000 kinds of butterflies. Thero aro 16,000,000 cows in tho United States. The average weight of a horse is 1,000 pounds. Tho next transit of Venus will occur in tho year 201 CASHSTORE J The Finest Fitting Clothing In the county always found at B. P. BEARD & Telegraph messages cost tho world 8450,000,000 C irj- - Bewleyville.Ky. No STEPHENSPORT. Mrs. R. boro fair. J. Nappcr attended the Owens- Credit Prices I And those troubled with nervomnes resulting from caro or overwork will be relieved by taking Hitters. Genuine Jtrown'a has rado tnarVnnd crossed red. lines on wrapper. Jvtfiraiola Persona i Iron Mrs. Henry Browu. daughter of Mr. Mordica Dungan, who has been quite ill, For sale by Short &. Haynes.Cloverport, with typhoid fever, died last night, the 4th. Tho husband und father and other and Beard & Beelor, Hardinsburg, Ky. relatives havo the sympathy of their James McManiway, tho man that got many friends. Pat-to- n his hand crushed in u pressor at the Mr. Thomas Ditto's houso burned this Brick Works a couplo of weeks ogo, was surprised to know that his wages had evening about 3 o'clock. It is supposed not been stopped, and ho now draws his to havo caught from a spark. They lost money every Saturday night just as if he all of their, clothing, but saved somo furniture; thero was no Insurance. Thoy was still at work. Tho Willing Workers Society of tho havo tho sympathy of thejr many friends Baptist church, of this place, will givo an in their loss. Avoirdupoiso party In tho Now York Excursion Rates. Store, on Wall street, Friday night, next, Oct. 14th for tho benefit of tho Society. Tho L., St. L. A T. It. R will gi vo one-haA nico supper aud a pleasant evening rati s from nil points on their lines entortatnment Is in storo for you. Como to persona wishing to attend tho great and lend a helping hand. There Is no uso of any ono suffering Knight of Pythias Barbecuo at Cloverwith tho cholera when Chamberlain's port, Ky., Oct. 15th. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcca Remedy can Tickets will bo sold on tho evening bo procured. It will givo reliof in a few minutes and euro in a short timo. I have trains of tho 14th, and morning trains of tho 15th, good returning on all trains tried it and know. W. II. Clinton, N. J. Tho epidemic at Helmctta until tho lGth, inclusive. was at first boliqved to bo cholera, but subsequent investigations proved it to bo Many Persons a violent form of dysentary, almost as dangerous as cholorn. This Remedy was Are broken down from overwork or household Iron Bitters used there with great success, For salo cre Brown's olds digestion, removes ex rebuilds tho system, by A. R. Fisher, Druggist, com of tiilo, and cure malaria. Oct tho genuine. lf Hel-mctt- a, Mr. R. B. Hanks has returned from Washington. of rows. Presiding Elder Allen hold quarterly meeting iu M. E. church Sunday. Mrs. Leigh Isaacs, of Louisville, was tho guest of Mrs. Add Bennett Sunday. and Belle Misses Beck Ricketts i of Union Star, wero in town Haynes, From far und near, havo visitod our stock and 9' Sunday.' Messrs., A. ft- - Miller, and Ed. Hiner of them havo bought their Dress Goods from us CUSTER havo been busy several 'weeks covering fact that our sales havo gone ahead of any proy ' houses. ' frost on morning of tho Oth'. First B. A. Coposs, of Louisvillo Seminary, and tho reason for this is our immenso stock to Luther Marr is going to Green county held his regular appointment in Baptist "' 9 Tho highest speed attained by 11 typewriter is 200 next week. church Sunday. Tebe Bruner had his hpuso repainted Miss Arathusa Harris, of, Louisville, is minute. , last week. , t tho guest of Mrs. Andrew Crawford and Tho wholo number of st - irs known to astronomers at! Oscar Alexander was at Hardinsburg Mrs. L. T. Roberta. Saturday. Mrs. R. A. Brashear, of Louis. Mr. and v. cnt is 10,000. Little Nolllo Turpln bos been voryjsick villo, wero in town last week on their Eighty-fiv- o por cent, of tho peoplo who aro lame1 way to Owensboro. for tho last week. are Mrs. Georgo Thosfc pn tho sick list afflicted on tho left side. Isaac Pile, I. 0. Bruner 'and Joel Pile -- l Payne, Misses Katio Crawford, Sallio aro going to Louisville Thursday. ? Pimples, Boils, Biggs. Tom Bruner, Howe's VAlloy, was hero Hiner nnd Essie Mrs. Minnio O'Nell, of Tobinsport, last week wanting to swap horses. x Sunday tho guest of her Blact-Mrs. 0. Alexander spent Saturday jmd was in town undo, Mr. Murray Parr. Sunday with parents below Buras. m FACT. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lemon, of HardHuston Springgate, wife and daughter, wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. WomuBttillhnTO Uuw.rlch blood, whl h Miss Ethel, went to Big .Spring last Fri- insburg, li rnumiv mfuio nv mriL rnmnrkni.ii. nrftmr A. Smith at tho Bennett Houso last nttun.Br. LIOTSIT'3 UPS37ID EL00O SE&0BU day m&m For Ilia Bjmilr euro of Bcrolulo. WnstlnR, week. LJliLKJ Jlcrouruu DiwYuie, Ernntli na, KryslpelaH, Jim Bruner, of III, has just returned Misses "Florence Williams, of EvansI Tltfll dxcax, anil crory lnUIraitlon of - ipoTiT-- I TJie homo after a pleasant visit to relatives Iilo'xl, Br. lliiitj'i Blood Sure&ir la tba villo, Ind., and Annio Fullonweidor, of I lulus! CLOVEEPI est roiutxly tbut can iilwnyn bo roUtxl upon. hero. Drnroiftfjt jaII it. " Alton, Ind., aro tho guest of Mrs. Chas. ! (THE SELLERS MEDICINE CO. i Jim Miller has latoly been around vis- Wadllngton., t iting schools, addressing ttio pupils and ' l N Coming. The whole Lay-ou- t stealing tho hearts of tho school-marmPHOSPHODINE WOOD'S KnglUli l(iiii-(ly- . A committee from Breckenridge Lodge, Montgomery's appointment to speak The Or cat No. HI, K. P. located at Cloverport, was Promptly nnd permit. hero tho 10th has been cnncelt d, ho not ntntly etirtt all (Wnnnf being able to reach .Custer before the iu town on Sunday hiBt in the interest of VtrvtxiiU'c ikness. Kmli.. hlnnl, Spermatorrhea, election. tho Uniform Rank at that place. The and all iflccU of Ahute or Excesses. Ikeii Prof. Frank Jolly paid this placo a fly- boys propose to give a grand baibacue on prescribed over Oct. 15th, to raise money to buy uniforms HVjI&KSL thousands nl ran-js yean In Pell-vllling visit last week before leaving for lath. Before onlv Itellable and Honest whero ho goes as principal "of tho and equipments. Preparations are mak- Medicine and Arier. Ask druKKist for Wood's Is still interesting theso days known. If you bare furored, whk a ing for a rousing good time. All the K. l'liosriioDiNEj If he olFers sonic worthless medicity school tills year. watching tho weather but not you may poislblr think ui lVe leave his dishonest store, Injou P's and tholr relations and neighbors cine In place of this, nnd we will send by return iei'i close price In letter, Tho new election law will likely confuse half so interesting as our new lino nearly all ne hare to ihow'yoa la tin It a one package, (1; six. mall, of tho voters, butthobuyer8(notof should lay off on that day and take a trip please, l'rice, cure. Pamphlet In(5. One will many six plain sealed of Cloverport Souvenir Spoons. Vo will J of out. envelope. will stamps. Address votes, but ofgoods) aro never bothered to tho Uas City and help tho boys olherwlio when you come again, and jo Tliu Wood Clicmiciil On. rato'jand 31 Woodward avenua Detroit. Mich.. about high prices at Alexander A i Piles. Tho Texas will givo a half fair promptly ooem to (he ooneluston that the Cfib. Sold In Cloverport the Cloverport Knights will givo you a druggists everywhere. by C. C. Martin, and additions, which by arrived,' Tho peoplo hero welcome tho Rov. J. Aro in tho nowest styles, are by no meant thethe way have Just daintier, welcome Louisvillo Division No. least. Nothing B, Galloway, their preacher, for tho en warm ;, Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias will nothing more ebaite, nothing more unique anl Biilng year. A few years ago, befpfetn givo an exhibition drill. This Division captivating in finish haa ever been placed upon tering tho ministry, ho taught a very sucnumbers COO men and it is expected that exhibition and you will lay ao when you took , I cessful term of public school hero. tho wholo number will bo present. Tho at them. If they take your fancy, and the Now sinco Nancy Hanks has broken Citizens' Silver Band of this city will furchanoei are a hundred to one that they w)ll't ' will pay you to tho world's(trotting record, all Kentucky, nish music for tho occasion. Cannelton thov will take It with a rush. We are alo' visit our establishians aro proud. As Ky. furnishes tho Enquirer. ( Wo aro also showing a very nico making a special display of V."J early boyhood home of tho nexr V. Pres. ment when you lino of Mon's and Boys' Mrs. Clayton Crosson is visiting relamost Kentuckylans aro still prouder, tives in Union Star. get ready to pur: Thcso and many other things make our BIIiVERWAnisf WATCHKS, CLOCKS, chase your PALL people happy but Alexander & Pile raako Engine No. 11, which was so badly When in our city bo suro and their customers tho proudest, perhaps, of smashed in tho Howard wreck some Musical MAMJre.'HflV&tt!8. FM appaiel. .. J a. como in to soo us Wo will mako i use c all men by letting them know that a dol- timo ago, has been repaired in tho L. Cuil r,r.iil. " lars worth is given for each dollar receiv- & N. shops at Louisvillo and camo down JNO. D. BABBAGE, you comfortable. Repairing a Specialty. ed. yesterdav. Engineer "Fatty" Reed took Leading Gents' of this place, is acquir- charge of her and will run her regular Win. F. Marr, JM. .LJUWrUI Furnisnor. ing considerable local fame by Ids fearless in the future. OLOVEKPORT, KY. There aro 111,100,000 English - speaking People in uorn on me ear is novor iounu wun an uneven nil Everything Marked in Plain Figures. And 100 per cent, of the Ladies Will give you more Goods for your produce than any house that will pay you nominally a can be sold at. higher price than it Xfev Jp y 3 Ms, B. F. BEARD & CO. HARDINSBUR Thermometer s. WlZkWl e, r Ladies' Wraps Gents ! Jackets, Goats, ,R'eefers, Gretchen It Caps, Etc. Overcoats :- Diamonds " fjewein Sulzer's, Jt. fc Qjpw p i OUR This Is GREAT can Now and "W IE AND -- A- IR, TPff5 mM TPf- - THE FIRST TIME EVER OFFERED. S ONLY bo ALT Y. FECI of us. had jf9S9Btfe NOTHING LIKE H M fnf3 tf GOLD IGaiG9IBaiGSIG9l(il In This Line sh:We:r,t si x SILVER -- mil, m iibii ! Jil u wi m IIIIWJK HI .IJMF ri : T Greatest Inducement m offered to Subscribers bf a Country Newspaper. j liiiili! ' are Clearly In It. 1 The GOLD and SILVER DRESS SHIRTS and Fine Linen Collars and Cuffs are manufactured from selected materials on approved patterms, by ex- ienced and skillful operatives. Ask for them, their low price will surprise Si. Inspect them, their superiority in style and finish will please you. Wear jjn, their fit will give you comfort and their durability satisfaction. 'The largest line of WORKING SHIRTS ever displayed in the city. mr V 4- MliBWIIIIIWWWWlWtWIWtJWtiwiW""' mmmmm"'BlTZZZm'ZrZjfi y1ljy"jTta-"w!?S?Ej-rBi? Hi V 1 v- WE WANT TO SAVE YOU MONEY ! VE CLOVERPORT, KY. MmT II..1 " ffl Y rir ' ' nJMBMww laiHi'MIP, - L- T UPON ISLAM. fEFENSE OF THE DOCTRINES OF THE KORAN. tlie Ksscntlal 'n the Ilellgloua Tlmt Have for Foundations tlio lllblo and tho Islam Democracy. of Comparison Li llsmcr could not know tho cast W than ho docs if ho had boon hre, and wo copy from his now "Souvenirs du Monuo Mussul- Ifow novel views and considera- tressed especially to statesmon tors: iter portion of tho precepts of " havo a meaning which es- ecauso that meaning is at th our ideas and our man- Is is what gives riso to po of an incalcnlablo reach. Mraans do not full to return Hhat aro mado upon them. to us tho advantngo in a ma- scientific point of viow, thoy the riches and learning of tho ptmako vie happiness of tho Hid they claim superiority for Jral and social constitution, lially democratic in its origin, n sumptuary law which puts (if 2tf per cent, upon tho jowels of Pi and upon all objects of luxury. onoy has served for centuries to or tradesmen and to buy them Thanks to tho prohibition of and spirits, tho social problem is for them. On seeing tho dangers hover over our civilization, tho Llinans compare it to tho smoking (of a burned tent. Thoy think t should disappear in tho flames for want of an organic prin- ulu bo incapablo of rising its ashes, whilo their faith Jer in everything, tho con- kin qt4:non of progress. it ccwej us," thoy say, "of boing jiro you less so, you wno stal orgies in your great i your half clad wives and It, at Mils and feasts, and allow whirl od around in tho arms ly'and everybody? You ro-four ignorance In order through lifo with honor your in- vtg sot so good as ours. TlmnkB SrerlM and tho rules of wisdom taught to our children, thoy Ftthemselves liko littlo men. you too men, and oven tho coBduct themselves liko You chargo our children. Who ?ctionaries with venality. Omtes to its establishment if it is overv rint cue vuiirar ncru oi traders ' class that Europe has scattered oi over all I'.the.eMt? You cry down our judiciary. We too havo a right to accuse yours. You r charge us with fatalism. Fatalists wo re, just like your learned men and yonr bflosopnors, wno uaso tiieir calculations tno immuiauiiiiy oi naiurai laws. etJcmed in tho fuco of plagues, cata clysms and death, wo say 'It was writ- H3, J? or Uiu ivoy vyu luiiuu mu wuiua of the vt ophot lpdn day the prophet asked an Arab risitor Wiiat he nau uono wun ms caraol. Arab repltoa, 'l navo leit Him nt brgftte.' 'Hast thou tied liimr inquired 'No, I havo loft him to tho Ihtf prophet, bare, oi uou. 'iuuu uh uuuo wtuig, riid, Mouamnieu. '.tnou snouiust urst io tied Wm, and won navorecom- 4dod timv.ttfGcxy C i I i "Tho Christian doctrines of predestination and of graco aro moro depressing than our fatalism. Your ignoranco of Islam makes you confound Mussulman slavery with ancient slavery and that which existed until recently in Russia and in Brazil. With tho Mussulmans thero aro no slaves. All aro brothers, not in tho Platonic senso of tho Biblo, but actually, having tho samo laws and tho samo positivo duties according to tho terms of tho Koran. Unliko Christianity, Islam has never treated as salable things, transmissible with tho land, troops of men who professed tho common faith, as was done with tho serfs of tho Middle Ages, tho moujiks of Russia, and tho negroes of your colonics. Prisoners of war aro tho only slaves that it recognizes, but their children aro born freo, aud they themselves can becorao so by embracing Islam. "It is tho custom from timo immemorial in certain countries for parents to part with their children for monoy, in order to ward off poverty and open up to themselves n career of fortune. By virtno of Mussulman equality this career is limitless in tho cast. How many slaves havo becomo pashas, generals and ministers? Almost all tho sultans have been tho sons of slaves. Tho black slaves taken from central Africa find in Egypt and in Turkoy a fato incomparably superior to that of the slavos of your colonies. Slavery Is for savages tho first step toward civilization. If their recruiting and their transportation givo riso to well founded protests, tho fault is not with Islam. Neither tho Biblo nor tho Koran is responsible for abuses. "Tho Mussulmans proclaim tho superiority of thoir Allah; but thoy acknowledge Moses as a prophet and Jesus 08 Rouh Allah, tho soul of God. Thoir voneratiorj for Jesus extends to tho mother. Tho immaculato conception, Introduced into Catholicism by Pius IX, has been for twelvo centuries a Mussulman belief. "To tho oxtremo simplicity of tho dogma must bo added tho positivo enjoyments which tho paradiso of Mohammed opposes to tho platonic joys of tho Christian paradiso, in order to comprehend tho resistance of Islam to all attempts at conversion. 'Christianity is a menaco, .Islamism n promise,' said Napoleon I, and his opinion is worthy ; of meditation." Paris Figaro. Hating llcfore Bleeping. Scientific men now delaro that eating beforo sleeping is of great benefit, and that a bowl of bread and milk, a mug of beer and a few biscuits, or a saucor of oatmeal beforo rotiring will in a short timo result in an incrcaso in weight, strength and general tone. New York Times. A Clever Hn Open To My Mfer. Oct. 1, -- : A V Premium V For V livery v iierikr:. -- "i i Cloverpoht, Ky., 1892. Friends and Customers : I want to say through the News to all of my many friends and customers of I came here to stay and am proud of the business I am doing, also of my cus tomers. I want to say this, that I am makmeats ing arrangements to have first-cla- ss this winter, at all times as heretofore. I thank one and all of my customers for their past patronage and will be more than thankful for your future orders, which shall have my prompt and careful attention. All orders for Clo-verport, JEWELRY, BOOKS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, SHIRTS, GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC. Given Away to our Paid-In-Advan- ce Subscribers, What wo want is to incrcaso our subscription list. Meats, Sausage, Lard, Oysters, be firsts I sell, I warrant or any thing class goods and not artificial. I want all the s cattle, sheep and hogs I can get. Nothing will be to large for my trade or too fat. I want all kinds of game for which I will pay highest market price in cash. Don't forget my place of business, West End Iron Bridge. first-clas- Fish a.ndl Game to else Wo Want to put tho News into overy homo in Brcckcnridgo and Meado counties, and wo aro willing to givo up some of our hard earned dollars to do it d Tho first person sending us a dollar will get tho first article in tho list below, tho next tho second article, and so on through tho entire list. If you aro already a subscriber oxamino tho label on your paper 'and see how you stand. If you aro behind, send enough money to pay you up to dato and ono year in advance, and this will entitle you to ono of our premiums. The premiums range in price from 25 cents to $20 num-boro- JLf3 VIRGIL S. LONG, The Butcher. . . Wo havo just bought from a largo wholesalo Jowolry houso, a lot of fino tripplo plaited jewelry, to bo distributed without regard to cost to our subscribers, who pay up to dato and ono year in advance, and to overy now subscriber who subscribes for ono year. A Long Vpnn of Wire. is claimed that tho longest span of tolephono wiro Is across tl)o Ohio rivor, between Portsmouth, O., and South It Discovered Affection. Clara Can it bo, Dolly, that you aro to marry Mr. Smith, after saying to mo him? The Plan. Wo havo numbered overy articlo in tho list, amounting to sovcral hundred pieces and they will bo sent out to thoso entitled to them in tho order in which tho subscriptions aro received. Portsmouth, Ky. The wirdsnt this point span tho river from a polo on tho Ohio sido, measuring 102 feet above, ground, to tho Kentucky hills on tho opposite side, tho distance boing 8,773 foot poles. Tho wiro is mado of steel, and its sizo is No. 12 gauge Philadelphia Ledger. Corlylo TVotiM Talk. Professor Blackio has said of Carlyler "I admired his genius. But how ho ,woul3 talk talk talk, and givo nobody a chanco to put in a word I Uno night 1 actually shook him. His wifo had been trying all tho ovening to say.soraething. But thero was not tho smallest chanco. I took hold'of him, and shook him, saying, 'Lot our wife speak, you monster f But it was'of no uso.'" ropeatodly that you could notonduro Dolly Tho truth is, Clara, dear, that 1 heard that his aunt had died leaving him a fortune I was deceived in my own feelings toward him. Ex- until change Po.rfid Esi5f of Articles Given Jlwy. lilt ofWorkmunihlp,, In a musoum of curiosities at Salem, Mass., thero is preserved a common iliorry seed or stono hollowed and liko a baskot. Within tho1 basket aro twelvo tiny silver spoons, tho"shapo and finish of which cannot bddistln-guishe- d with tho nakod oyo. Tho namo of tho artist who constructed this littlo wonder has been lost, but tho actual of tho thing itself will riot bo questioned by any ono from tho old' witch headquarters of tho Bay Stato, . , Chicago Horald. 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''1'"MBlWiMilliiBiMJIMBKBm3. iJ1SSS!Qii.!3I tL5aS?-- 15EWTBlrl7Hrrf?TflETBHFfilsf'g MMiMMMiwiitiii, lUya MBMUaMMOTMia jnridge . News. 12, 18U2. ANIGHT ONTHflKIVEK THE LAST OF THE HUN CUPID AND A Su Bering follno HouU Thnt THE CAT. AY, OCTOBER WNBYTIIEDOG EVOLUTION A ON THE MISSOURI MITCHELL. MARTHA WAS 8UP-S- Y PLAYFUL PUP. Thought Tlicro Wi Novor doubt anything you hoar about twtantty to ITnvo Somo Fun tho treachery of tho Missouri rivor. Tho fin to Enjoy Hlmicir oldost pilots on' tho stream thoso griztho Revolutionists. zled follows who went to Fort Bonton Evolution has been' on trips that nottcd from $8,000 to nnd tho uupporjrs ach will toll you that a "Ho up" tonl-f nro congratulating goyerh-r,peopl- oo over nlgfi Is tho only way to insuro ptrongtli of tho passengers that thd morning will recall tho fact that tho tfin'd; rj them stuck oh a bar rebellion, was suppressed not ok What is worstf, camped on )ltchor aftor tho king had boat pinned byaenag tho royal boathouso'or shorp Vfth tho tho mu,d No mwlorn A few who knowaro also a.ndBctlhig in enag boat can keep tho cliannol clear of tiiprry talo of how Harry aro always floating pup put down a revolution, thq heavy ltis that along tho leaguer- -' down from somowhero up 10 and scattered tho Dakota, Iowa or Nebraska sjiorcs, green tho robola all in tho opera banks, but ciinof tho Colorado Madu-- i at first as torn from caving when moat tho' story George Naglo dead, hard and splintored dangorous. Snags that stick their noses I tho islands a yoar or two abovo tho wator aro littlo to bo feared, t illllg, Frank Ungor, my- - but tho liiddon logs, thoso whoso limbs ot. Pierrot was Harry's aro caught in tho mud, whilo tho trunk two of tho joy f f his owner's life, tho Swings up within a foot or g fiorco, Burface, havo always mauo steamboat-luitofstt. Ho was a on tho Missouri a precarious occupaRuling brute, and whentJJKt would pass him tho tion. 1 romombor ono instanco, howover, in anPfrhich tho man would dbg would mako tho cold which a visible snag sont a good boat to tho bottom on ono of tho ohension play leapfrog in brightest .1 marrow. Asamattorof clearest, rivor. It nights that over hung was in 1850, or perPierrot was as playful and over tho year later. Tho boat was tho ljess as a kitton. Ho novor haps a Martha Mitchell, a tramp from tho lowill iiiaiuu uiuujJt uiuswt'uiv er waters, running from Cincinnati to h tauonanus anu sucn his indulgent ownor Now Orleans. Sho'was making a trip to St. Joseph with provisions for tho n. islands David Ealakaua plains, mostly bacon; and bacon, lot mo io nd a kindlier man never toll you, was a jejosslty in tho west then. Tho passenger list of tho Mitcholl towed us marked attention; sts in our behalf mado mo was heaVy, so that many of tho travolors to remain on deck. It was in island for a day, and lost woro forcod 5?ua at poker. Ho spont 13 o'clock on a moonlit night In August. r, Tfcli timo at our cottago as Tho captain had 'gono to bod for a won-donud only a sleepy watchman who palaco, which was closo at sat astern represented tho oxocutivo row to havo a genuino ro-because, whatover his among thoso awako on dock. A dozon passengers woro seated about tho big S ovory inch a king in tho his impulses and tho lovo boll forward, tolling stories whilo thoy rovolcd in tho beautios of tho night. o for his subjects, Tho moon was shining with a clear, a a condition then provail-and- s somewhat similar, to white light that ,mado .ovorything for 100 yards ahead as plainly visiblo as at ig tho arrest of Wilcox, Ash- noonday. There was no uoiso save tho d 0 other conspirators. on tho corners. An n dull throb, throb, throb of tho engines, tho trontlo nufl of tho released stoam was in tho political knowing why, tho and tho breaking of tho water on tho tfthat robollion might sot wheol's paddles. CnrnUicrs, a young Sundenly Jack ills ringing at any momont g of a government might follow from St. Louis, gazed forward in irecipitatod by tho jostling tho courso of tho boat, and pointing to a small, black object just discoroiblo in tho sidewalk. tfas uneasy, though he tho distanco, asked: "What's that thing, g fado and his customary "A log probably," roturncd an old 'coling as wo did" toward ed in a measuroliia anxioty, timer. "They're always floating about." "But I'vo been watching it," Caru-thor- s tho donouomont with went on, "and alio hasn't moved was giving rouble. It had much." Tho entire party looked at th,o black f by putting down (with tho object In tho distance It grow plainer oball pitcher) tho first Wil-as tho but not It became unreasonable as if it boat climbed tho stream', tho cur-roworo floating down on 9s, and tho king was soon tho approach was too slow. toublo with his own troops. n"Seo thorol"' Caruthers exclaimed. Iv tho Hawaiian army con-- i sixty-seve- n men and half It's swinging from sldo to side." "Funny," said tho old timer, "but if fere. But though small, it llltary prop of tho island sho's a snag tho pilot '11 got around it all 1 it has relatively as much right." By this timo all of tho deck passengers mportanco as tho kaiser's illions. And so it was that woro looking at tho black object. Tho discontent and whispered boat did not chango its courso. Thoro were rifo in tho army tho was no moro comment all oyes woro riveted on tho dark spot in tho river. 3 blanchod and apprehen-i- n When tho boat was within forty feet ot the merriest rout. t came. Ono night, as Gil-o- n it tho old timer sprang up and placing tho porch of our cottage, his hands in trumpet fashion about his mouth called back to tho pilot: o roll of tho stirring drum' "Hello, up theroi" jorous marching of armed. Thoro was no reply, and tho nose of i olution has begun Tho tho big boat cqntinucd straight for tho arching on tho palace I' object. "Hellot" chorused tho party. "Well, what i3 it?" camo a'gruff anraye, aggrcssivo man, Harry J vblvor and startod on a run swer. hard to larboard,"thoold "Throw her inclosuro. Being more timer said; "Thoro's abig enag twoaty 1, 1 supposo, I ran after ' , 'f foot in front." iy revolver. Being a dog, Thero was a clanging of bglls.volow us both. ched tho palaco wo found docks, and tho passongortlntliclrborths just drawing into lino felt tho boat lurclWiolontly as" tho maThoro was all tho thun- - chinery was reversed and tho steamer ptains and tho shouting answered her rudder. But it was too anJhoart could wish. Tho lato. In thirty seconds thoro was feo to mako a domand on other jar, greater than tho first. Tho I was prepared to enforco it Martha's nose Bcemod to climb into tho air. An effort was mado to back tho .nd bayonot. ty much everything on that boat, but it, would not budgo. Then tho panic jstricken, runon arranged for Pierrot's passongora-becamo,'Bo when ho saw tho glori- - ning about in their night garments and Tho ou arniyarawn up in tno threatening to jump overboard. alaco lamps ho supposed it clear headed, captain was on hand in a pari oi uis iun. v un a momont, howovor, and beforo tho old iund ho started to enjoy tho sjoamor had settled a foot overy passon-go- r was started for tho shorp. 1 ,In tho morning wo watched tho cabin jrrot started for tho army of tbtfMartha float off whilo wo stood whim coming. With his on tho great bluffs just abovo Rocho-po- f LThori tho hulk sank out of sight de jjaw and rod, overhang-seeme- d Tho owners of tho Martha did not. ravening beast. a eavo. tholr bacon. Tho sleepy pilot it was quick and noisy. stood its ground a momont, saved hla by oscaplng through tho woods. an to ocas a rotroat. ino Wo only wondorod that ho did not run an. instant a rout. Tho us ashoro beforo tho accident, but tho scramble, with tho dog captain said that ho know tho rive'r.so, for every man's motto. woll thoro that his work was mechanic aoro fun for I'lorrot. cal. Detroit Freo Press. to his joy in wild Whooplnc-cougcroup, torcthroat, Influenza Every fow momenta bronchitis, cold and cough are at once, relieved - and positively and permanently cured by Dr. r slightly morosubcomo leaping through null's Cough Syrup, the Incomparable remedy illow cloud of fear,' fonll pulmlnary and throit affection ufilnghis hoels until Electric Teat for Spurloua Coin. other scattcrod rom- - ' Sonio interesting teste with alternating ring host. currents and, a' pa'rtlqilar orra of. mjg-nSjwas suppressed, Kala- havo been mado in England. Among inou on tno tnrono anu tho exporimonts shown was ono which ft at peace all on ac- illustrated a now method of dotectlng ryfBHllg'B bull pup." tian countorf olt coins. A gonutno coin, being ca; a good conductor, was held botwoon tho poles of tho magnot, but a bad coln.tnot l'lih Umbrella. necessary qualification, possessing irws ago tho umbrolla was immodlatolythat dropped when placed in poused as a sunshade, Bon t. sition. St. Louis Beaumont and Fletcher alia 1713 it was used as a r. Gay in his "Trivia" Havo tried almost every known remeoily shod," dy for Itching 10 "umbrella's PiM without bucccss, finas a kind of sou' 'coried ally bought a bcV of" Do Witt's witch lal more serviceable than Hazel Salvo, and it cured tno, 0. D. Has-kinIlk, which was used in its Peoria, 1)1. Fdr salo by Shprt'A at that poriod. Detroit Haynes, Cloverportj'and Beard A Beelcr, Hardinsburg. up Con-Amosnp-ifwa$20,-QOO Inmid-strcamj-o-sldo-wheol aon-fiilcDis-orein-iin. nt 1 ot Olobo-Domocrus, I" Dangerous Hnngs Thnt Arc n Conatant Monaco to Itlvor Trnlllf! Tho 81opy rilot of tho Mltchull Wan Mochnnlciil nnil the llont Wont Ioun. dime ltettrecn Tito Unit nit Ono. Ho lives In Evanston, and during tho nast two years has been paying his ad dresses to ono of tho most charming j girls on tho north sldo. Tho wedding day has not boon .named, but thoir engagement was announced almost a yoar ago. Soveral weoks ago, whilo thoy woro walking homo from church ono Sunday night, thoy ran across a cat that waa walling pitcouslyon a doorstop. "Do you hear that, Jim?" sho exclaimed, grasping his arm with a closor grip. "Thoro's somothing tho matter with that poor littlo pussy. I'm going to six) what alls It." "Nonson80l" ho replied. "Lot's co on: tho cat will tako caro of itsolf." "No; lot's seo what is tho trouble" Without moro ado tho young woman ran up to tho cat and was horifled to find that tho animal had ovidontly"been run ovor by a wagon, as Its splno'waa dislocated and It was barely ablo to crawl by dragging Its hind legs. "Sho's dono for,' suro enough," commented tho Evanstonlan. "Sho won't last lontr. Como on. now." Tho girl suddenly straightened up to hor full height "Do you mean to say that you would lcavo uny animal to suffer liko this? Thoro is a drugstore on tho next corner. Eun ovor thoro and buy an ounco of chloroform. Hurry, now, thero's a dearl" "Nonscnsol You don't Bupposo I'm going into tho business of doctoring.sick cats on tho stroots at night, do you? Bo sensible." t "Ami you don't snpposo I'm going to let thhfcat suffer hero, do yop? Qo and , bring-Tpioa- bofilo, of chloroform ' - THE KLEINHANS SIMONSON. & MAMMOTH kleinhansi& SIMbNSON. Greater Than Ever Before, The Pride of . Kentucky. The Mammoth, Shoo and Clothing whoso establishment is tho Company, glory of LouisvilloJ and tho pride of ovory Kentuckian's heart; is tho headquarters of Tobacco Growers, Stockmen, Farmers moro than ovor and Allianccmen, this year, our stock being greater and grander and our prices lower tnan at any timo in our history. Come in and seo us when in town. You are suro to meet somo of your neighbors hero. If you cannot for elegant illustrated cataloguo, como, send free to any address. msssm IF7v7li4 COME TO TOWN. Wo havo ready for your inspection for tho coining season a stock that excels, in all respects, any of our previous seasons' offerings. J PTcading styles and most In Overcoats wo show all fashionnblo .fabrics worn either on this or ho other side of tho Atlantic Ocean, ranging in prices from $5.00 to 825,00, somo all tho way through. d and somo d Silk-faceSilk-line- WE INVITE YOU. 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Also a largo assortment of Short Pants, Threo-picc- o Suits, Boys' Odd Pants, Children's Odd Pants, Shirt Waists, Woolen Waists, etc. to 818.00, and Overcoats Boys' Long Pants Suits, at 83.00 to 815.00. Children's Overcoats from 98c. up, in cute and prettv , styles and warm and durable material. Box-plaite- less than you pay at other stores. Shoes for all tho family at Hats for Men, Boys and Children at tho loncst prices on earth. Our disSend for play of Furnishings, Gloves and Umbrellas unsurpassed. illustrated catalogue. one-third ' 't Avillgoaftorltmysolf.'" ulous?" "Bntl insist'. , P. , "You C9rtainly can't bo ii earnest? ' "I'dertainly am. If you'don't do it'I v . do it',' J ,lk H , ' J CLOTHING COMPANY M AMMOTH SHOE AND Fifth Streets, LOUISVILLE, KY. a Fourth and Stree.t, 'J KLRINHANS between t & SIMONSON, Market - "You want to mako mo appear ridic- stir. Tho blood rushed to his faco, and ho began to grow nngry. "Scohorol" ho exclaimed. "This is carrying matters entirely too far. I "will permit no woman to mako a fool of mo liko this. I'll got your chloroform if you really insist, but 1 warn you you'll novor havo a chance to do.such n trick again. I will novor have anything to dowith you again. Mark thatl" "Got the chloroform." "If 1 do evuyiliing 13 ovor bctweon us." "All right; bring it." Two minutes later a fino laco handkerchief saturated with tho annesthetio was applied by a fair, whito hand to the noso of tho Fuffering bruto and tho wailing ceased. Hero this story should end. A regard for tho truth, howover; compels tho addition of tho statement that tlio young man thus far has actually carried his threat into execution and tho prospect bf that wedding grows dimmor and Simmer. Chicago Mail.; ' Mra. 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For any further Information address aI vertis err) er t? electrotypes nnd estimates tho Is always on hand with a full stock, nd- - A couplo of thirsty follows who had been loafing all tho forenoon on tho quays nt Stockholm wero struck with a brilliant idea. Thoy borrowed an old brandy keg and half filled it with water. Then ono of them slung it on his shoulGEO. P. ROWELL 6- der and took it to tho nearest spirit ho had been vault, where ho stated that ,) newspaper rtuvumsing uurcau, sent by ono of tho skippors in port to A 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. havo tho keg filled with brandy. ' "Tho captain is sorry ho only got it thinks it would half full yesterday and LOUISVILLE HMET REHTS bo hotter to havo It filled to tho top.". Tho keg was accordingly hold under FURNISHED BY tho tap till it was full, and tho fellow hoisted it on his shoulder, but as ho was G. & Co., about to walk off with it ho was stopped by tho clork, who domandod pay- General Produce and Commission ment for tho spirits. Merchants and General Storage. "Hasn't our skippor a running ac- -. HERNDON, Manager.. coimt?", "fJertainlyuotf ; 'S , X Reliable and prompt. Caih with srerv Conslgmnonti solicited. "Bless 'mol I njnat havo goio to tho ' 'wrong shop! There is nothing tot i '. , LOUISVILLE. KY., Get. 11, 1692. to empty half 'tho keg back again.' but Shippers should mark all paokages plainly, This was no sooner said than dono; address. with shipper's name and oftor which our hero morrily went In BUTTER. search of his companion. Dagblaedt. 18 ,..,. IT Choice, country 13 fa) IS Medium Good Looks. jt oucccasrul Ruao. If you want to learn Mm i8 1 TV "Wo C., must unload our Mammoth Stock of Fall Goods. havo tho largest and most complete lino of -:- llililk Sow m Evor'.brougLt to this country. Our stocky of Dry Goods, Hardware Hats, Caps and a,y-'- Keep constantly on hand a largo stock of Len. Herndon v- , T HW. Uwm TiSXi Sir A'ro - post-offi- than skin deep depending upon a healthy condition oj Good looks aro moro Common Creamery . 11 , 28 EGOS. 30. 12H surprisingly cheap. Como early and secure tho best bargains. Wo also havo a nico lino of School Books and 'Drugs. Call and eoo us. POULTRY. all tho vital organs. vIf tho Liver bo A. .'. you, have a Billious Look and if Old lions" per lb .'...I Roosters.'..,.... .'. your stomach bo disordered you havo a Springor : Dyspeptic Look and if your Kidneys bo FEATHERS. affected you havo a Pinched Look. So. Prime, whlto goose Mixed cure good health and you will havo good Old .......'. - J.' looks. Electric Bitters is tho great altor-- 1 No. 1. duok ativo and Tonic, nets directly on theso i HIDES, vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches Oreen, rood.. Boils and gives a good complexion. Sold, Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good. at Short '& Haynes drug store. Sheep skin Frosh .....'. ; ....:.. , U ' to 15 t .1...T to 8 3 to 4 10 to 11 48 Q 40 25 fa) 8 35 .",... 25 25 (5 40 W. C. fflOORMAN, GLENDEANE, KY. J. M. HARPER, r ' Third Street Planing Mill, CLOVERPORT, KY. J. 0. BOURNE, DANIEL BROOKS .... BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Zi 25 Ji 9 0 (3) T v Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. LOUISVILLE, KY. 80 30 Loulsvlllir, St Louis &Texas R. R. WOOL, v 32 21 22 ft) 21 , 20 1S M 18 , .of 'great troublo; BOURBON STOCK YARDS. riably accompany (ho queen aro a sourco 18 14 to" tho court officials 4 who havo chargo of tho various arrangeHAY, ORAIN, FEED. on Louisville city We quoto price ments. Tho Indians require to travel wharf t by. themselves in a separate saloon, and' HAY.. their' meals and all refreshments must Strictly choice Headquarters for 13 00 1200 bo sorved to them in tho train nt tho Choice Mo. 2 11 00 12 00 , 10 00 stopping stations Instead oft thoir going Good Medium 9 00 5 60 4 60 to1 tho 'buffots with tho sulto and tho Obod Bright Straw CORN". European servants. 54 63 Special arrangements havo also to bo Choice white Groin Drills, Fertiliser, Cement, Midi 62 66 , mado for tho Indians at thohotols, which Chotoe shelled OATS. , igan Piaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil causo much bothor and considorablo ex34 38 tra oxponso. Yet they havo practically No, 2 oati(. by the Barrol, Plaster Hair, WHEAT. , no duties and aro porfectly usolcss 67 Npt 2 Long Berry wheat...'. s. for show. London 68 No. 2 Red & y ox-co- pt Tit-Bit-- Tho Indian 'Attendants on fho Queen. Tho Indian attendants who now inva- -' Tub-waib- Grease, fine Greaso, coarse Merino Burry and Cuts nsro. is. , GREGORY & CO., BANK OP TIME SCHEDULE TuMii? Effect At SiOO Have you money you want placed on Call on H. h. Nowsom. lafe security 7 Do you want money on ahort call? Call on H. L. Ncwaom, Do you want to rent a houao 7 Call on It. L. Ncwaom. P. S. Good paying renters can generally Lot mo put a "bug In your aecuro a houao. ear," 11. L. Newaom rcnta property and collect th rentr on a commission of ten per cent, and, don't renting, being a apecialty with htm, you know it ia better to place your property in hla handa than to rent itvourscll? Why? Iiecauae he ia controlling a largo amount of property and t '.fling non paying rcntera find it "unhealthy" and ho aoon geta rid of them. Newaom hears but few complaints from good renters, but the "bowl" comes from thoao fellows who do not want to pay, and to such he Call on Somebody Klao. aays Is Newaom hard hearted? Not especially so. He will accommodato you If you pay for It, and provided you stand to your side of the bargain If you don't like hia way of dealing Call on Somebody Elae. "Oh I Sympathetic hypocrites; when your gets above your judgment don't aympathy blame the landlord quite so much, but call ''round at hla office and drop in $5.00 for the special object of your sympathy and help pay his rent. It will be dividing the loss on bad Don't renters, and then you will feel bettor. let the landlord lose It all I I" ia addressod to P. S. The above aerlpturo tho heathen gentiles. It. L. Newaom has about sixty renters and To gooVl he don't want any but paying ones. paying renters be will tako special pains to make them comfortable. Do you want a houao built and pay fur It In monthly Installments T For terms Call on It. L. Newsom. Do you want a forty-hors- e power englno and Call on It. L. Newaom. boiler. Do you want to start a Slack Barrel and Stale and Heading Factory with power already attached? Call on 11. L. Newsom. ' Having about thirty ucros of city lots ho would sell a fow "slices, " and If you want a Callon 11. L. Newaom. building lot Do you want to pay your city taxes ? Call on It. L. Newsom. Co. Have you claims against tho city troasury 1 Call on the city treasurer and he will tell you that It. L. Newsom, as City Tax Collector, always keeps said treasury supplied with monoy. Clalma for collection solicited from cltios abroad dnd prompt remittances made. Many thanks for the largo patronago I have enjoyed. 41 m 4 o'clck A. U. Wednesday July 29. '91 R. L. NEWSOM. Reapers and Mowers, HAHDINSBUEa Capital Stock $25,000. B. M. F. BEARD, President. Dyspopsla, distress aftor eating, sour stomach, poor appotito, bad taste, coated tongue and. heartburn are cured by Littlo Early Risers, tho famous little, pills. For salo by Short & Ilayncs, Cloverport, and Beard & Bcoler, Hardinsburg, Ky, OflTn Do-Wit- t's MISCELLANEOUS. 4 Tallowper bbl 24 Bieswax Sorghum per gallon - 20 TOTATOES. Home Grown por barrel M From store 2o to 5o per bu higher. 1 Pine Poplar Shingles al- 4J fa) 26 Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring WILL MILLER, II. BEARD, Caihltr. Q. W. BEARD 1 - DIra tor MORRIS ESKRIDOE J M. JOLLY. R. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS -- , Eatl Bound TVaini THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIR LINE, Ma" ' Ma" 53 (TO. B. 4 ST. L. R. K.) Expr'a Kxpr'a STATIONS Expr'a Expr. Dally Dally Dally Dally SHORTEST, QUICKEST 9 05prs 00 625pm 7amlv.Un'n p't..ar AND DEST LINE TO 860 1245 Kentucky bt. 6 40 800 805 8 41 Weal Point 1206 720 8 02 12 02pm Howard 8 45 721 7 nock Haven 1145am 7 47 900 7 47 40 AND ALL POINTS 1138 908 Lonfllranch 757 7 31 llrandcnburjr 8 07 917 South-Wes- t. 727 1125 Meade Spring! 9 21 811 HVI Sound Traxni 1 St. Louis, Evansville 817 920 952 25 1 50 T5 Orders ways keptfon hand. by cash prompt ly filled. 8 27 8 37 8 47 9 34 9 44 1000 LuuIsvlMejHardlnsburg TA'KING' EFFECT Wot Hound Tralm Daily Dally ex Sun. ex bun. N0.6 I No.l I Sl Western 20," R. R, 865 905 911 9 21 9 25 9 30 9 4(1 Irvlngton Wcb.tcr Lodiburg Sa.uple Stephcnaport AddUon Hkron Ourton 1119 1111 1102 10 5J 723 715 665 West and Time-Car- 010 1015 2d 1027 1030 1044 10 AIL havo used Dr. King's New ow its value, and those who vo now the opportunity to Call on tho advertised Drug-Sand i. TVtnl Tlnltlfl. Vrtm. ......,..--- , -- . 1U auuruwi w xi. x. jjutjweu fo, and get a sample bofBH ew Life Pills, Free, as well lnldo ta Health and House- tor, Free. All of which Js do you good and cost you nort 4laynes- j;rug store, -- Fre. TuMnc ON101JS. 1 60 to 2 50 It is not always Ignorant persons who Northern, per bbl on arrival 200 to 300 from store fall to observo closely, Coloridgo and CABBAGE. Wordsworth, took a drlvo with a'friend? Per crate from storei!.?....'. ....'. 2 00 to 3 00 After great difficulty tho hofs'o was CELERY. Itutlmr Mixed. tftey could notgot the Fancy whlto plume, per doi..., 35 to 40 ' "' .. 20 te 25 Tim fdllirwlnir wag tho ncrorntion of collar off.. Ono o them said H wasa. Choice t, 10 to 20 an orator at sf political mooting not long "downrighMuipo98ibuIty,''and that the CbolooGroen horse's head must havo grown since tho L iSJThoitlme hag ttntiwhtmwo ajast jiellar waa pt"on. "La, mastor," said 3 BABBAGE'S a?glrl"tnm(1tbe collar upsldo down. .JIsamUiMsiVtoVt adJ Housekeeper. "t iavour.nockets.'L c ? v and T Is cured by Aycr's 8arsa Bareananlla, miiim tlip brain AWs AVnto J. 0. Ayor Co., Lowoll, lood? makes sohna botli mlm and parilla. pu Olovorport, Ky. for ovidenco, body. '. Salt-rheu- Ilorso Collar. BEANS. ,., Michigan, band ploked Indiana Navy " Common and colored- Flat and mixed No. 2 TIME TABLE. 1.60 to 1 T5 1 50 to 1 80 T5 to I 00 65 to 1 00 JULY 1891. I 951 1001 Kmt Bound Trains Dally Daily STATIONS, ex bun. ex Sun I No. 3 . No. 6 1130im Lv Irvinifton Ar 9 30am 1210pm 9 Garfield... 835 12 2.1 815 llarned 7 CO llardlntburg 12 42 1 18 7 15 Kirk 7 05 Jolly 130 Olendeane148 Demnttcr 155 215pm arFalliltoughlv Kocxvale 250 Iluth 302 Asklns 314 Oaks 329 400pm ArPordivilleLv 644 034 614am 554 6 29 6 21 1010 1018 10 21 1100 1111 1118 1121 1135 1080 1034 1111 1028 1129 1152-- m 1060 1102 1123 1131 1207pm 1216 1227 1246 1238 1140 1165 1205pm 1220am 7 37 104 7 29 Tlaikctta 111 125pm ar.Hendera'n lv 710am Holt Cloverport hhopt bklllman Hawcsvllle Petrle l'alcon Cayce Lcwliport Powera Patei Owcntboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthlncton Spottsvlllc 1045 1035 1030 1023 1018 1015 1001 6 48 6 40 6 31 028 018 613 610 5 67 in Effect July 31. 1892, d Lv. Louisville 8:05 a.m. ..8:25 p.m...4:29 p.m. Arr St. Louis 720 pin ...A:4& a m 10:00p.m. Evansville liJO " For further Information, oall on or address, R.A CAMPBELL, 967 9 44 653 6 40 Oen'l Pfss. Ag't, Evansville, Ind. 933 9 2)1 9 20 630 615 511 505 J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky CltyTicket Offlce.S. W. Cor. Third 1c Main St Louisville, Ky. A large number ul 5 22 915 909 861 8 37 8 27 4 48 4 35 815 806 7 65 425 413 4 0 355 3 37 3 29 FRUIT Hardinsburg TREES At tho 315pm Nursery, 500 445am Steam Laundry Shifts Underwear ' ctc,,uddrcta SAI.K. The Cloverport Machinery new and firt-cluiCHAVIN & for terms, i HOWARD Cloverport, Ky, For next fall delivery. Order what you want we haven't on hand, we will procure Fifty acres of good strong hill land, throe Anything It fur you at the lowest rates, and a half miles from Cloverport, Ky. ZACK. GREEN, BOUT. K. WOODS, Address Manager Hardlnsbnrg Nursery, War Department, UARDINSDURQ ,KY Washington, D. 0 For Sale or Bent. ?, Mpw; 5 - y - JI UJ.JgJ.ll I Ml BW !' TM. " ' -- cn)wT;" IT" - Vi r T . t . ""V S.f ,' . . V Xlxe: , ' i. rK " " i : r - v. i 's, ft' '". I r-- . i v ."'v ' &"r- .A"'- - ; . ,. f ,'. l' U. , A Y lit VICTOR Y OF PEACE ! They come like an Army with Banners, but not with LANCE and, REST. Their mission is friendly, and their purpose noble. rHHBH i ' " .',' s :.U: ... v M I H Jl Hi HHHh H U M ' ski '$ t ffiA To the Sir C3-I?,E!E3TIIiTC3- a --7V- I I : ...r. ,, Jt. " &.:.?. i TV. A.? !' . I t1 "i .f.- - : M7:v. ' IT- . ' - .w I. ' C i- "v J By virtue of the authority in me vested by reason of appreciation of your aL-mtie- l Ia. Freedom of the City. Given under my hand and the great seal of our hearts this 15th day of October, A. D. 1892. TT TT t-- x A ENJOY Ulzier, great cause, I, join the municipal powers in hereby tendering you the e sic, t r '? V..-Ma ivriTii AMUJbJL JL. tt bUJLZJLK, n YOURSELVES MERCHANT IN CHIEF. ' " - "I ;'1iSf . i - By Special Arrangement with all, The KEYS OF THE,CITY have been deposited at SAMUEL store is constituted ? I. SULZER'S and his, , - i ;. ,-- ' - . HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYBODY. BEFORE THE BARBECUE While you are fancying how delicious it is going to taste JUST WHAT YOU MED In the Line of CLOAKS, WRAPS, OVERCOATS. These outside garments are shown in great profusion, and at very moderate prices. THEY MUST BE SOLD. Those Decorated Flower Pots Are precisely-the- . thing to select as a memento of the occasion. AFTER THE BARBECUE When you are wishing you hadn't eaten quite so much Take one home with you, filled with Choice Candies. 'No doubt you'll keep us busy Confectionery Counter, but that won't make usjingry. i ;; And at all Available Times During the great Festival and when it has passed into a delightful memory, In Clothing, Dress Goods, Fancy Goods. We can act the brother's part, and do as we desire to be done by. The styles of Men's Clothing are very varied;, and for the Ladies- - let them decide for themselves. We invite the Ladies to rest at Mercantile Headquarters during the necessarily wearing day. WHO SAID GUNS ? j . t. Why wo haVo a' lino of tho most reliable makoa Examine "them thoy'll bear it. - COME TO OUR STORE ! The Friendly Hand will grasp yours at all moments ; and when conversation lags a bit, we will enliven the occasion by showing you Groceries, Hardware, Lamps, Queenswarei. j These aro tho necesarloB oflife, and we have them all in quality and quantity, at FriceB. V You can't tramp all day without g SHOES. You can't Hurrah and Swing your HAT unless you havo aHnt to swing Wo havo tho SHOES and HATS But you must do tho tramping and hurrahing. TALK-MAKING -- easy-flttin- f 1 "x .... .Because tins lively day we shall be so busy we won t have time to Hurrah much, but we are,alwavs able to rm. ....... Manager. . . .' . ' fiJPtat V, ; ;ifv. fj'iiti- VT ' WELCOME THE HONORED GUESTS. j. C. NOLTE, - , ' 'i JfA & - t,- -. J l-v-l V Saixrciel Iv. Jiiiwh B jt - . w H"- "" II nITtrMllfMM ICKENRIDGE NEWS. 10, 1892. BRANDENBURG. Siiulro Win. Biiakelt, of Guslon, was in gj Wi r RS JNESDAY, 0CT0DI3K 4 tjwii Wednesday. Mr. George Caspcrko went to tho city Friday on business. Hon. Chapczo Wathon has been quite sick for tho past wcok. Mr. James Patterson was visiting Mr. John Lewis Wednesday. Mr. Stovo Kennedy, of Guston, was in town Friday on business. Mr. Henry Mills, of Guston, was in town on business Wednesday. Mr. Gasaway Binger and' wife wero in town Friday purchasing goods. It. O. Craycrof t and Alex. Montgomery were in town Monday on business. Miss Lucy Robinson, of Vino Grove, is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. 0. Malin. Mrs. Jess Stith, of Hill Grove neigbor-hoo- d was in town shopping Friday. Geo. Frymirc, of Louisville, visited at Sulphur Springs tho last of tho week. T. It. Moorman, of Big Spring, was tho guest of Judgo Rawlings' family Wednesday. Quito a goodly nuinbor of our citizens attended tho Bennett Bale at Irvington Tuesday. Miss Mary McFarland expects to leavo in a week or ten days for Cincinnati to visit friends. Mr. John Pusoy, of Jefferson county was down to sco bis brother, Dr. D.'O. Pusey, Thursday. Dr. D. C. Pusoy who has been quite sick for a fow days with malaria is reported much bettor. Mrs. FloralHawes,of,HotSprings, Ark., visited D. W. Lewis and family last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. John Frakcs and baby visited her brother, Mr. Charles Drury who lives near Bewloyville last week. Jailor Harrington, wifo and daughter, Lizzie, took in Fourpaugh's show Thursday and returned home that night. Mr. E. It. Bondurant met with quite a serious accident Inst week by spliting bis foot open with an ax. He is reported as doing well, Tho colt show at Mr. A. Moreman's Saturday afternoon was well attended. A colt belonging to Mr. Sam Fowler took tho premium. Mrs. Sallio Brown and daughter, Miss Carrie, visited Mr. James Bland's family Thursday and Friday. Thoy live near Woodland this county. Mr. Fred Meador, formerly clerk of tho St. Cloud, was visiting here Saturday and Sunday. His many friends wero delighted to Bco'him onco more. Several members of tho Soda Ash Co. wero down Friday looking after their interest and laying off tho ground preparatory to building their factory. Look out for wedding bells, as wo aro to havo quito a number of weddings inj the near future, but you know it wont do to give tho girls away in this weather. Judgo Rawlings went to Louisville Monday night as a delegate to represent Harrison lodge 122 F. & A. M., in the Grand lodge which meets Tuesday tho 18th. Elvico and Pearl Wimp and the two eldest children of Robt. Brasbear came up from Owensboro Thursday night to escape diphtheria. Mrs. Brashear's baby is quito Bick with it. Mr. John Piko, of Guston, was in town Tuesday. Mr. Piko met with quito a serious accident a few days ago by having his left foot crushed at a saw mill, Tho wound is very painful. Mr. James Hnmbleton's houso burned down Wednesday, lost nearly everything ho had no insurance. He lived about two mileB below town, and has tho sympathy of bis many friends. Mr. John S. Noll, of Daviess county, and grand father to Mrs. James Bland and Mrs. Dr. Wills, and who is eighty-fou- r years old, was on tho streets of our town Wednesday halo and hearty. Mr. Noll formerly lived in Hardin .county near Vino Grove. Our enterprising druggists, Novitt & Gough sold a largo bill of goods to Len CashmaU and Sam Stiff of Preston neighborhood to day. Our merchants all known to sel I goods so as to'draw trade from other towns and counties. Tho old town still maintains her reputation for good and cheap goods. Tho People's party of this county, wo understand, has placed u sheriff's ticket in the field in the persons of Squiro Joo Camblo and Squiro Geo. Chisam, both are clever gentlemen, but in my opinion, had as well stay at homo as to run against tho popular nominees of tho Democratic party, Messrs. 8. P. Woolfolk and Wm. Rhodes. Tho Republican leaders of this county Saturheld a meeting at tho court-hous- o day; they havo been holding frequent meetings in this county for some timo, and no doubt aro thoroughly organized o to tho situation and will and poll a full voto on tho 8th. One of their chief leaders remarked a few days ago that thoy would poll a larger voto in this county than over before. Tho Democrats don't Bcem to bo near so vigilant as tho Republicans. Well, Mr. Editor, it seems like tho Democrats of this town and vicinity have at last awakoned from their Rip Van Winkle sleep and have concluded to tako a full political hand in tho present campaign from now on. Thoy met at tho court-hous- o Saturday night and organ ized the Mcado County Democratic Club, and elected Hon. A. W. Moremon, president; James Malin, treasurer; F. R. secretary; D. W. Lewis, assit. see'y from tho and John Howard enthuslam displayed you can look out fortelline work from this club. Hurrah for all tho Democratic nominees. wide-awakdoor-keepe- r; HI iii i ' - A VIRGIL O. BAIlltAOE, Editors and Proprietors. I.Ij. &T. Local Tlmo Card. , Express going East " West ." . V light . " " " 10.01 a.m. ...iu.44 B.m. B P-- JSaSt West VAO p.m. " East west 11.19 a.m. iu.uo a.m. istration in Now York bo far, is ito bo in favor of Democrats, Fon Glovcland aro running high. Republicans bavo mado uoveral Ir, Blaine- to mako somo speccbes I). An i.W uui - diuiuu rjafyuuiuuuigu, 1...1 mu. T11tMn uu- - Eye w wm , . "-- YOUR ft.ii.in .. - ... ... ...- -. i . M , Are what we want to -3STID -A- and About our P HIE f:o: We have just received our stock of FALL h SJULlrXLl ienort from tho Third party is Iorcia.it scorns to us, Capt. Mer- - Ifyou should call tho boys together M inako them pony up. M that in tho World's po big, fat positions were given lucans, ana that JJemocrats re lit little recognition. 3. Olottiin g Mens', Boys' & Children's NOBBY LINE. and WINTER , Fair busi- - Ifcln IJm wMmiimP in .1 P. Breckenridgo has de kko tho opening address at Railing of tho "World's Fair cere- Henry 'Watterson will deliver ad. HATS CAPS GLOVES .:. TAILOR MADE. PRICES WILL SUIT. bhas been sent to overy county tho State a model of tho kind of i bo used in tho coming election. "for tho Inspection of voters that Ly inform themselves upon tho &m of voting. Slato organ of tho Third Party in SMART & CO, CLOVERPORT, KY. has suspended publication for and Editor Erwin is suing ry. This doesn't look much (wero going to sweep the coun- iNpvember. 1, funds, MITTENS .:. wc genuino sympathy is expressed esidont Harrison by tho people of Ls We will name prices on any- M All II a ?y A, . 5a tcountry, now that bis wifo's condi- lis tsuuu mill, biiu iuuy iiuvur ruuuver. Jaily bulletins report her gradually tig, and that death may step in at Lour. thing in our line which can not be beat. negro voto will not go with tho (party in this county at thoNovem- flection. They didn't do it last year, fiany of them sworo they would vote with that party. Numbers of .voted with tho Democrats and will iuo to do so notwithstanding the frorough drill given them by the Ificansi us very littlo moro to print 3,000 than it docs to print Wo have now nearly two thousand tbers on our list. Wo want to add fr cool thousand. Wo have the kiesfor turning out that manypa- more. Why not have them. Wo've fcn head that way and you know nliat means. Bead our inducements fother page. Send in your subscrip- andsqttho ball to rolling. Lstfl VEST STEPHENSPORT. Had a slight rain Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Parr went to Friday Miss Ireno Board spent Saturday and Sunday at Preston. Mr. John Wicsenbcrger, of Cloverport, was In town Sunday. Troff. Frank Jarboe spent Saturday and Sunday at his home near Hardinsburg. Several now cases of scarlet. fever-M- iss Ottio and Littlo Hilliard Biggs and Robt. Hanks. Rhodes and wife, of Mooleyville, passed through town Wednesday on their bridal tour. R. N. McNemor, pastor of 'tho Baptist church at Jeffersonville, Ind., was in town Friday and Saturday, Mrs. J. W Jarrett, Mrs. L.Faulman, and Miss Vioet It. Miller spontSaturday and Sunday in Cloverport. Mrs. Andrew Crawford and Miss1 Aro-thuHarris spent 'Monday in Rome, Ind., guests of Mrs. Hamilton.., Mrs. L. D. Adkisso'nJ of j Websterf and Master Erie Head wore - tiio guests of Misses Kate and Gedrgia Hawkins Sunday. Clo-verp.Poet-mast- so,ooo POUNDS SJ hi! n t MILK WANTED DAILY ! of tho News UNION STAR. Mrs. C. S. Crosson, of Cloverport, visited relatives here last week. Miss Annio Dutschke, of Cbenault, Ky. is attending school at this place. Mr. J. C. Brasbear, of Preston, was tho guest of Claude Brasbear Sunday. Miss Alishca Wheeler is at homo after a two months stay at New Albany, Ind. o Misses Irene Board and Blanche spent Sunday with Mrs. Sarah Bru-no- r. Fry-mir- JOLLY, It has been a long timo since I havo said anything through the columns of your most yaluablo paper, and after read ing tho good news sent out by you, together with tho outlook for democracy, I feel sure' wo will elect our candidates from President down to Leo Bishop, constable in Hardinsburg precint. Wo havo not any of tho P. P. folks among us, wo aro all straight goods here. And Mr, Editor, besides being straight in politics, we aro alright otherwise. stores and one Wo havo two grocery, owned and run by live and men, such as W. C. Duncan all doing a good business. And besides, our politics, business and business men aro to bo proud of. Tho best of all is our new church which is just completed and reflects much credit on tho Baptists of tbisplaco and others who contributed toward building the church. Tho people of your place helped us, to whom we aro very thankful. Tho donation of your energetic furniture dealer, Mr. Hanuiau is highly appreciated, and if he will come to our dedication, wo will see that he has a chair to sit on and something good to eat. Tho church will bo dedicated on tho 4th Sunday in this " month. Rev. W. II. Williams, of Loitch-fiel- d will preach tho dedicatory sermon. Dinner will bo prepared for a large crowd and on tho grounds. Wo would like to seo Cloverport well represented here, as also other places. Morning and ovenin services remember the.dato. Come around Mr. Editor and sco your friends. And now Mr. Editor a littlo moro politics, keep the ball rolling through tho old reliable News, until you have downed this "cussed tax" saddled on us by tho Republican party, and tho unreasonable demands of tho Third party. Bring to tho front tho glorious doctrine of Democracy; then wo can all live and bo happy. Success to tho News and all its readers dry-goo- WEBSTER. Mr. Harry Stewart is at homo. 'Oh! how wo do miss those two boys" Mr. Abo Skillmen is at Stepbensport now, Miss Lulu Skillman is visiting in Mra. Board. j The Creamery a') Irvington has commenced making butter and is prepared to handle 20,000 pounds of milk daily. We will receive all unskimmed sweet milk at the depot at Irvington and issue receipts for same and pay at the end of ever j month at the rate her cous- appears that Kentucky will not get ir exhibit at tho World's Fair unless pet by the General Assembly making Impropriation is declared valid by the Its. State Auditor Norman refuses to br any claims for that purpose until kct is declared legal. This action it lid, will interfere materially with tho ihissioners who have the arranging .State's exhibit in hand, and may T;bo the means of knocking tho ill of any show at tho World's ' ogether. undrcd employes of tho Findlay, and Glass Company quit Eindow ago, because of a disa-- k over wages. This seems to be brnmon occurrence. Tho wage bn js a great disturbing element ireountry. Tho poor man cannot and support his family without Pages, but the money kings are do- Ined that ho shall do it. The Ko rean party promised the poor man Wears ago that if he would vote to inrtft the high tariff system in this y, moro snoutu do no luruier Slo over tho wages thoy should get. tho Republican party novor carried !ts promises in this regard. . Mr. Percy Beard, of Hardinsburg, was in town Thursday, tho guest of Miss Cora Richardson. Mr. Hurbort Bruner was tho guest of Mis3 Blanche Frymire, of Preston, Sat- sa -- Mrs. Jas. Crawford, son Jonnio and dauchter, Miss Katie' will' leave' this week for Louisville to open a boarding house on 4th street. Arvin McKaughan, son of Mr and Mrs. Foster McKanghan, died Sunday evening, Oct. lGth, of scarlet fever, and was hurried tho following day. Deafness Can't be Cared I local applications, as thoy cannot reach Jlssascd portion of the ear. There is no way to cure deafness, and that Dnstitutional remedies. Deafness by an inflamed condition of tho nlng of tho Eustachian Tube. lis tubo gets inflamed you havo abamuound or imperfect hearing, tis entirely closeed Deafness Land unless. tho inflamation out and this tubo restored ml condition, bearing will be 1' forever, nino cases out of ten hjiod by catarrh, which is nothing In inflamed condition of tho raucous aces. Wo will givo Ono Hundred are for any case of Deafness (causcc atarrhi that we cannot euro by taking Va Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars Ifree. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists 75 cts. i In Memory of Alfred Noll Styles Eight Year Old Son of Mrs. and Rev. S. F. Stiles, Who Died Tuesday, September 20th, 1892. Yei, little Fred hai left u, And wc hit absence feci, Hut ttlll with us li left the thought That God will justly deal. And in that day of reckoning, When we our debtmuit pay, Wc will meet him up In heaven If we live right day by day. He was patient for a child, And asked them not to grieve, Hut seemed to realize that death Ills cares would soon relieve. He requested them to sing; And tried to make them hear The favorite one by singing, Hut death was then too near. ' Hut the angels heard his voice As they were sent from heaven, To bring his soul unto the Lord Uy whom his soul was given. "il it MUU6CripilQn t He Liked the Place. a letter from Trenton, ronowing his i W iL 1110 TLT i J teA mens, .uru. T)t4taTsv iaa umu uua He called for father no response, For brother 'twas the same, For they were far away, and could Not hear him call their name, Ills little playmates mist him, For to know him was to love) Hut they can think ol him As an angel up above. Dear parents mourn not for your boy, , . lie has only tone before, And now he Is waiting to receive Vou on that happy shore. Hrdlhers and sisters mourn not, For Fred awaits you theie, In that place that knows no parting, In that home where all is fair. So quietly his spirit fled, That we think of the blessed word, That a little child shall lead them, May It be ever so, Oh Lord. 1 this to say: "Wo are pleasantly located in this nlco littlo town, right in tho heart of Ken- tucky; with very rich land all around. We havo local option and not a saloon in tin nlnpn llnvn tlirnn olmrchcs MotllO- ist, iiapusi aim unrwian. iun uro. iVO Murray w come uuwu auu uu onuu vo my church to preach n Presbyterian ion in. ioureirmv, Bro. E. II. Morrison is kindly J. O. P. pibered hero. J. U. l'CTHIE. K HHOWH'S IKOJf JIUTTJiJlS. I- Tv id vniTD nAm? AfllfKH I are all worn out, really good for nothing Hl.iMiiaN riaf.llltv. MrV not very pleasant to rough and hack, To tufler pain In chert and back, . Many people could ttop It, Tor aure " riy limply titlng One Minute Couch Cure. It't For sale by 8hort and Beard & Haynee,Cloverport, Beolor, Hardinsburg, Ky. &. I oure you, ana wve a gooa appeiiw. " lar all dcalera In medicine. a - Now, Is your timo to subscribe to tho Nkws. VIOLET It, MlLLCK. STirilBNsrORT, Kv., Sept. sjd, i$9j, Cliarles. The Row Campbell will fill his regular appointment in tlfo M. E. church next Sunday. Mr. Glllis and Mrs. McSorley will return to tho city soon after spending the summer in our town. Young people, pleaso attend our prayer meetings moro forthoy are instructive and may do you good. Miss Lulu Coleman has returned from quito a protracted visit to relatives in Owensboro and Louisville. Mr. Virgil McKnigbt, of Louisville, who has been spending tho summer in this vicinity, has returned homo. Says ho will bo back Xmas, Oma. Miss Hattlo McCoy and Will Claycomb of Bewloyville, wero tho guests of Misses What shall it profit a man if ho gain Annio and Oma Claycomb last week, tho wholo world and then has tho dysThero is going to be a wedding near pepsia so bad that he can't enjoy any of hero soon wo think. Wo must say that Bucklen'i Arnica Salve. 't tho good things it contains? The. Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, havo dyspepsia "If ho takes Do Witt's wo aro very glad of this for tho ice onco broken there is no telling how many may Bruises, Sores, Ulcers,Salt Rheum, Fever Littlo Early Risers. follow. Wo have a good supply of pretSores, Totter, Chapped Hatfds, Chilblains For sale by Short & Haynes,Clovcrport ty girls, and such sweet littlo bashful posiCorns and all Skin Eruptions, and and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky, boys. tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, STABBED HIMSELF. Price 25 conts per Columbian Celebration at Louisville. or money refunded. box. For salo by 8hort & Haynes,. Tho Louisville, St. Louis & Texas offers tho lowest rates of tho season from all John Brashear Buns a "Norry Resk" druggists. stations on it lines to Louisville, on Oc While Cutting Grape Vines. tober 21, on account of the .Columbian A Costly "Fire. A most peculiar and dangerous acciOn last Wednesday night about 11 Celebration which occurs on that day. p For dent happened to John Brashear, near is less than ono-faro'clock a largo barn belonging to Mrs. The round-triCapt, Smith, in Holt's Bottom, was de- further information call on agents of tho Union Star, last week. Brashear was out L., St. L. & T. It. R., or address in tho woods cutting grapo vines with stroyed by flro with all its contents. II. C. Mobduk, which to tio up corn shoks. Ho was pull thrcobelonglng to Candor Four horses, Assist Gen'l Pass. Agt., ing on a vino and was reaching far above Black and ono to Jacob Miller, perished Louisville, Ky. his head with tho knlfo to cut it, when in tho flames. A lot of wheat, corn and suddonly tho vino broko and being unhay besides all tho farming implements Havo tried almost every known romo-d- y able to stop tho forco of tho blow which gearing etc., owned by Black and Miller, for Itching Piles without success, fin- ho supposed it would tako to cut tho vino was also consumed by the ally bought a box of Do Witt's Witch tho knife descended upon bis breast and destroyer. The aggregated loss of all conHazel Salvo, and it cured mo, G. D. Has-kin- s, inflicted a wound about two inches dcop, cerned will fully amount to $2,000, and Pooria, III. For salo by Short & tho length of of tho blade, just over tho probably moro. Black and Miller aroi Haynes, Cloverport; and Beard A Beeler, heart Fortunately, tho downward slopo poor men, renters, and thoir losses aro Hardinsburg. of tho knlfo prevented it from penetraespecially hard upon thorn. J to trade young cattle or sheep for ting tho hollow, and a fatal stab was proWANTK cow. W. II. Wcthlngton, Mattfnglv, Ky, bably thus averted. Job Priuting dono at this office Ho-won- urday evening. Mrs. Robert French and son are visiting Mr. C. S. Crosson and family at Cloverport this week. Mr. Phillip West died at his homo near Union Star Sunday night Oct. 16th altera long and painful Illness. Miss Mata Root left last week for an extended visit to relations in Richmond, Ky., Mitchell, Ind. and Wichita, Kan. Miss Ada Hanks, of Stepbensport, is teaching quito a successful school at Shi-l- o and is quito' a favorite with her pupils. Miss Emma English and niece and Mrs. II. S. English of Robert's Bottom wero guests at Mrs. D. S.Richardson's Sunday. Miss SubIc Brasbear was confined to her room several days last week from an attack of LaGrlppo but isnow improving. Mr. Jno. Brumr, living near Preston, Ky died Friday afternoon. The interment took place the following day in Bru-ner- 's cemctary. Messes. Carlt Richardson, Geo. Cox, R. T. Cashman, J. A. Haynes, and A. B. Caslnuan attended tho K. P's. reunion at Cloverport Saturday. Dr. J. C. Bush, of Hawesvillo, spent last week in town doing dental work. He was quito successful and will return within eight weeks, His office is at the Cox Houso. Miss Emma Kurtz is teaching school above Louisville. Miss Mary Henderson is attending school in Louisville. Mr. Henry Kurtz is visiting friends at Ellzabethtown this week. As Chas. and Emma havo flown tho main topic now is Ella and Dick. Miss Mattio Brooks, of Madisonvilie, is tho governess at Mr. Kurtz's now, Miss Bessie May is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Bolder, at Cloverport. Mr. Rufus StClair is teachlngour school this fall. Wo havo quito a full school. Miss Annie Claycomb has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville. Messrs. Charlie Claycomb and Clarenco Board aro attending school at Valparaiso $1.00 pr. Hundred lbs. We will furnish milk cans to those wanting them at cost. All communications should be addressed to W. J. Piggott, Irvington, Ky. Ind. Mr. Charlie Kennedy, of Irvington, was ? at Brentwood last Sunday. Hurrah! IRVINGTON CREAMERY CO., IRVINGTON, KY. IU vlrtua of an order of i&lo No. 34201 directed to me, which issued from the clerk'i L-aft office of Jefferson court of Common lMeaie in favor of J. llerttman & Co., agalnit Goodman will on and Klein, I, or one of my deputiei, Friday the 28 day of October 1892. between the hours of 7 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m at the Court House door in Hardinsburg, Ilreckenridge County, Kentucky expose to 1'ubllo Sale to the highest bidder, the following described property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy Plaintiff's debt a stock of goods Intorest and costs, consisting of clothing, hats, shoes, dry goods, notions and all other property attached in this action belonging to the defendants, Uoodman A KIoln,belng:the same property whloh is now In the possesion of the Sheriff or Ilreckenridge county, said property shall nrst.be sold in separate parcels and then as a whole levied upon at the property of Goodman k Klein. w Terms Sale will be made on a oredit of 3 A moment nnd you'll un months, bond wtth approvod security required, derstand our big TttADE. bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum, from day of sale, and having the First, only tho most rolia-bl- o forco and effect of a lleplevin Ilond. 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