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CLOVERPGRJ, KENTUQKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1892. I Advertising Ii Not a Bide Inns. It (liuuM havo the precedence or all other tivsllunt in tlia rrtlnd or the merchant who alma nt success. The truly great merchants tiwu their success to Judicious advertising. v VOL. XVII. t . a- -- NO., E3J:GBtStAA5BiES?3 .1 I Irvington Milling Bj NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. in uiuui 10 ireo T'W!U1 irom this in COMPANY. which vexed It with a strango ho recalled and more thoroughly defined tho plans which Hester Merchant and Custom Millers, and himself had sketched for their def parture. It had been determined beGrain Dealers and Manufacturers tween them that tho Old World, with Its crowds and cities, offered them a rnoro cliglblo shelter nnd concealment of tho than tho wilds of Now Cugland or nil America, with its alternatives of nn Indian wigwam or tho few settlements of Euroienus scattered thinly along tho pcalxj.ird. Not to sienk of tho clergyman's hc.tlth, so inadequate) to sustain tho luinMitw of n forest lifo, his nativo gifts, his culture and hiscntiro clovcloji-men- t would securo him a homo only in tho midst of civilization and refinement; tho higher tho stato tho more delicately adapiod to it tho man. In f urthenmco of this choice, it so happened that a ship lay in tho harbor; ono of thoso questionable cruisers frequent at that day, which, without being absoOF lutely outlaws of tho deep, yot roamed over its snrfaco with n remarkablo IrreThis vessel sponsibility of character. hod recently arrived from tho Spanish Main, and within threo days' timo would sail for Bristol. Hester Pryniio whoso vocation, as n self enlisted sister of charity, had brought her acquainted with tho captain and crow could tako upon herself to securo tho passage of two individuals and n child with all tho which circumstances rendered moro than desirable. Tho minister had inquired of Hester, with no little interest, tho precise timo at which tho vessel might bo expected to depart. It would probably bo on tho fourth day from tho present. "That Is most fortunate!" ho had then said to himself. Now, why tho Reverend Mr. considered it feo cry fortunato, wo hesitate to reveal. Nevertheless, to Ample capital, the best quality hold nothing back from tho reader, it was becauso on tho third day from tho he to of grain and inodorn machinery, present andwassuch pi each tho election nn occasion formed sermon, as tho lifo skillfully handled enable us to pro- nn honorable epoch in ho couldof n Now not hao England clergyman chanced upon n moro suitable mode and results unsurpassed. duce timo of terminating his professional caOrders promptly filled and care- reer. least they shall say of me.' "At thought this exemplary man, "that 1 to ful attention given le.ivo no public duty unierfonicd no: ill performed!" Sad, indeed, that an CUSTOM WO UK. so profound nnd acute as this poor miuibter's should lw so inferaKor any further information call bly deceived! We hno had and may still liao uono tilings to toll of him, but nono wo apprehend so pitiably on or address the weak; no evidence, nt onco so slight niid irrefragable, of a subtle disease that had long sinco begun to eat into tho real substance of'his character. No man for any considerable period can wear ouo COMPANY. faco to himself and another to tho multitude without finally getting bewildered as to which may bo tho true. Tho excitement of Mr. Dimmesdalo's feelings ns ho returned from his interview with Hester lent him unaccustomed phjsicnl energy and hurried him townward ut a rapid p.ico. Tho pathway among tho woods teemed wildc, moro uncouth with its rudo natural obstacles, and less trodden by tho foot of man, than ho remembered it on his outWo have the largest Pall ward journey. But ho IouikhI ncrobs tho plashy places, thrust himself Stock of underbrush, throngh tho clinging climbed th& ascont, plunged into the hollow, and overcame, in short, all the difficulties of tho track with an activity that astonished him. Ho could not but recall how feebly, nnd with what frcquont pauses for brenth, ho had toiled over tho same ground only two days before. As ho drow near tho town ho took an impression of chnngo from tho scries of familiar objects that presented themselves. It seemed not yesterday, not one. not two, but many dnys, or oven years ngo, sinco ho' had quitted them. Thero, indeed, was each former trnco of tho street, ns ho remembered it, nnd all tho peculiarWe ities of tho houses, with tho duo multiEver in the County. tude of gablo peaks, and a weathercock have the at ovory jioint whero his memory suggested ono. Not tho less, however, came this importunately obtrusive senso of change. Tho same was truo as regarded tho acquaintances whom ho met, and all tho well known shapes of human hfo about tho Httlo town. They lookod neither older nor younger now; tho beards of tho nged wero no whiter, nor could tho creeping babo of yesterday walk on his feet today; It was impossible to describo in what resjcct thoy differed from tho individuals on whom ho had so recently bestowed a parting glance; nnd yet tho To please everyone. minister's deopest senso seemed to inWe are determined to do form them of their mutubility. A similar impressun struck him most remarkthe business. ably, as he passed under tho walls of his Tho Try to come early to avoid own church. yet so etlifico had so very familiar nn aspect strango and Dimmesdalo's mind the rush. Bring your Dried that Mr. two ideas cither thutvibrated ho had between dream Fruit for we are paying high- neon it only in adreaming hitherto,it or that about now. ho was merely est market price for it. This phenomenon, in tho various shapes which it assumed, indicated no oxtcrnnl change, bnt bo sudden and important a change in tho spectator of tho familiar Bceno that tho intervening space of a 200 pairs Mimes' and Children's dnglo day had operated on Ids couscious-ne- s .Shoes, - worth 73c. to $1.50 nt 35c. tike ttiu lapso or years, l no own will, and Hester's will, nnd 150 pairs Children and Hoys Hoots worth $1.23 to L'.OO at 75c. tho fato that grow between them, had It was wrought this transformation. 3M pairs Men' Hoots, sizes (1 to 1 1 tho H.1IHO town as heretofore, but tho worth $2.00 150 at $1.25 sanio minister returned not from tho 150 pairs Ijidies' Calf Shoes forest. Ho might havo said to tho friends worth $1.75 to 2.00 at OSc. who greeted him: "1 am not tho man for whom you tako mo! I left him yonder in tho forest, withdrawn into a seciet doll by ii mossy tree trunk and near a melancholy brook! Go seek your minBRANDENBURG, KY. ister nnd bio if his emaciated figuro, his thin cheek, his1 white, heavy, pain wrinkled brow bo not Hung down thoro liko TIm tlnph) ppHa4U9tt T a cast off garment!" His friends, no ISWAVNE'S doubt, would still havo iusisted with 'WA OIHTMTi him, "Thou nrt thyself tho man!" but '.'ywHlfrtit dj lourail tho error would havo been their own, , Hiniini, vurfi Hf 9HV ur.KNmi.iun. fiM ah not his. rurtiont T&ru? tuaai. bom.oa tha Ac .Ulvlar vf'.-w- a Bcforo Mr. Dlmmesdalo reached homo lh iklft cltlf. hlU ftnrt hB,Ith J ptm A"Hbr"tfi",er his inner man gavo him other evidences ffWci. 4oMr Pt. MMiwliUMiimi, '. Atk drtwUI U 1 of a revolution in tho sphere of thought nnd feeling. In truth, nothing short of Boo lUhbagu's beautiful lino of fall a total chango of dynasty and moral overslilrts. codo in that Interior kingdom was ado- - IRVINGTON, KY. distinctness and duplicity of impression, Highest Grades Roller Process PLOTJB IMZeaJ. Roller Process Coin Bran, Shipstuff and PEED. quiito to account1 fOr tho Impulses now communicated to tho nnfortunato nnd startled minister. At every step ho was Incited to do somo strango, wild, wicked thing or other, with n senso that it would bo at onco involuntary nnd intentional, in spito of himself, yet growing out of a profoundcr self than that which opposed tho impulse Ho had by this timo reached .his dwelling on tho edge of tho burial ground, nnd hastening up tho stairs took refuge in his study. Tho minister was glad to havo reached tills shelter, without first betraying himself to I he world by nny of thoso strango nnd wicked eccentricities to which ho had been con tinually impelled while passing throngh tho streets. Ho entered tho accustomed room and looked around him on its books, its windows, its fircplnco and tho tapestried comfort of tho walls with tho tumo orccptiou of strangeness that had haunted him throughout his walk from tho forest dell Into tho town nnd Hero ho had studied nnd thitherward. written; hero, gono through fast nnd vigil, nnd como forth half alive; hero, striven to pray; hero, bomo a hundred thousand agonies! Thero was tho Biblo in its rich old Hebrew, with Moses nnd tho prophets speaking to him, and God's volco through all! Thero oa tho tablo, with tho Inky pen besldo it, was an unfinished sermon with a Bcntenco broken in tho midst, whero his thoughts had ceased to gush out upon tho pago two days before. Ho know that it was himself, tho thin and white cheeked minister, who had dono and suffered theso things and written thus far into tho election sermon. But ho seemed to stand apart and eye this former self with scornful, pitying, but half envious, curiosity. That self was gone. Another man had returned out of tho forest, a wiser ono, with a knowledge of hidden mysteries which tho simplicity of tho former novcr could hayo reached. A bitter kind of knowledgo Whilo occupied with theso reflections tho minister summoned a servant of tho honso nnd reqnostcd food, which being set before him ho ate with ravenous appetite. Then, flinging tho already written pages of tho election 6ormon into tho tiro, ho forthwith began another, which ho wroto with such an impulsivo flow of thought and emotion tliat ho fancied himself inspired, and only wondered that heaven should see fit to transmit tho grand and solemn limbic of its oracles through bo foul mi organ pipo as he. However, leaving that mystery to solvo itself or go unsolved forever, ho drovo his task onwaid with earnest hasto and ecstasy. Thus tho night lied nwny as if it wero n winged steed and ho careering on it; morning camo and pecricd, bluslwig, through tho curtains, and at last sun-lis- o throw n golden beam into tho study and laid it right across tho minister's bedazzled eyes. Thero ho was, with the pen still between his fingers, nnd a vast, immeasurable tract of written spaco behind him. CHAPTER XVL TUB NEW UNOLAND HOLIDAY. Dim-mcsda- thatl IRVINGTON MILLING IRVINGTUNKY. IT ZEIS E DRESS GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, And CLOTHING ASSORTMENT STYLES AND Betimes in tho morning of tho day on w hich the now governor was to receivo his ofilco nt tho hands of tho pcoplo, Hestpr Piynno nnd littlo Pearl camo into tho market place. It was already thronged with tho craftsmen and other plebeian inhabitants of tho town in numbers, among whom, likewise, woro many rough figures, whose nttiro of deerskins marked them as belonging to somo of tho forest settlements which surrounded tho littlo metropolis of tho colony. On this public holiday, as on all other occasions for soven years past, Hester was clad in a garment of coarso gray cloth. Not moro by its hue than by tonio indehcribablo peculiarity in Its fashion, It had tho effect of making her fado personally out of sight and outlino, whilo again tiro scarlot letter brought her back from this twilight indistinctness and revealed her under tho moral aspect of its own illumination. Her faco, so long familiar to tho townspeople, showed tho inarblo qniotudo which they wero accustomed to behold there. It was liko a mask, or rather like the frozen calmness of a doad woman's features, owing this dreary resemblance to tho fact that ncster was actually dead in respect to any claim of sympathy nnd had departed out of tho world with which sho still seemed to mingle. PRICES, Special Sale. mm-istcr- Geo. Yeakel & Co., VcV SmOl w ttiVA Jl geous nnd so delicate as must havo been rcqulsito to contrive tho child's apparel, was tho samo thut had achieved a task perhups moro difficult in imparting so distinct u peculiarity to Hester's slmplo robo. Tho dress, so proicr was it to littlo Pearl, seemed nn efiluenco, or inevitable development and outward manifestation of her character, no moro to bo separated from her than tho many hued brilliancy from n butterfly's wing, or tho painted glory from tho leaf of a bright flower. As with theso, bo with tho child; her garb was all of ono idea with her nature. On this eventful day, moreover, thero was a certain singular inquletudo and excitement in her mood, resembling nothing so much as tho Bhini-mof n diamond, that spurkles and flashes with tho varied throbblngsof tho breast on which it is displayed. Children havo always a sympathy in tho agitations of thoto connected with them; nlwnys, especially n senso of nny troubloor impending revolution of whatever kind in domestic circumstances, and therefore Pearl, who was tho gem on her mother's unqulot bosom, betrayed by tho very dunco of her spirits tho emotions which nono could detect In the marble passiveness of Hester's brow. This effervobcenco made her flit with a birdliko movement, rather than walk by her mother's sido. Sho broko continually Into shouts of a wild, inarticulate nnd Mimelimes piercing umsic Whon thoy reached tho market place sho becamo still moro restless on perceiving tho stir and bustle that enlivened the spot, for it was usually moro liko tho broad and lonewnno green beforS ii o meeting honso than tho center of d town's business. "Why, whot Is this, trotherf" cried eho. "Wherefore )tnvo aH tho. pcoplo cr vil-Ing- owed its oilitonco to tho shape of gloomy gray; or that a fancy, nt onco so gor- It would havo been impossible to guess that this bi.ght and sunny appnrition Pearl was decked out with airy gayety. for tho wholo world? See, thero is tho blacksmith! Ho has washed Ids Booty faco and put on his Sabbath day clothes, and looks ns If ho would gladjy bo merry if any kind lody Woujd oufyttt'acti nlm howl And there is Master Brackott, tho old jailer, nodding aud smiling at me. Why floes ho do so, mother'" thco a Httlo babo, my . child; ganswored'Hester. "Ho"shonId notnod and smilo nt mo for all that tho black, grim, ugly eyed old man!" said Pearl. "Ho may nod nt thee, if ho will; for thou nrt clad In gray nnd wearcst tho scarlot lottorv jBijt seo, mother, how many faces of Strang" leoplo, and Indians among thorn, and Bailors! What havo thoy ull como to do hero In tho market placer "Thoy wait to seo tho procession pass," Bald Hester. "For tho'govcnior and tho magistrates aro to gojjy nnd tho ministers nnd all tho grcat'pcoplo nnd good' pcoplo, with tho music nnd tho soldiers marching before them. f ' "And will tho minlstcr'Lo there?" asltrd Pearl. "And will ho hold out both Ids hands to mo, as when thou" ledst mo to him from tho brooksidc?" "Ho will bo thero, child," nnswercd her mother. "But ho will notgreet theo.today; nor must thou greet him," i "What a strango, "sad mantis-- " hoP-saitho child, as If speaking partly to herself. "In tho dark night timo ho calls us to him, and holds thy hand nnd mine, ns when wo stood with him on tho scaffold yonder. Aud in tho deep forest, whero only tho old trees can hear, and tho strip of skyBCo" if, ho talks with thee? sitting onfn heap of moss! And ho kisses my forehead, tooj so that tho littlo "brook would ' hardly' wnsh it off! But hero, in tho sunny dny, aud among nil tho ieoplc, ho knows us not: nor must wo know him! A strange, sad man is ho, with his 'hand always ' over his hefcrtt" "Bo quiet, Pearl! Thou understnndest not theso things," said her inothei. "Think not now of 'tlib minister, but look about thco nnd seo how cheery Is everybody's faco today. Tho childicn havo como from their cchools, and tho grown pcoplo from their workshops and their fields on purposo to bo happy. For today a now man is beginning to rnlo s has been tho cusover them, nnd tom of .mankind over sinco a nation was first gathered they mako merry nmbre-joicns if a good nnd golden year wero' at length to pass over tho poori.old world!" Tho picturo of human lifo i:i tho market place, though its general tint was tho sad gray, brown or black of.thoEug lish emigrants, was yet enlivened by soma diversity of hue. A party of Indians- in their savago finery of curious ly embroidered deerskin robes, wampum belts, red aud yellow ocher and feathers, ond anned with tho bow and stood arrow and stonoheoded sicar apart with countenances of infloxiblo gravity beyond what oven tho Puritan aspect .could uttain. Nor, wild as wero thoso iwinted barbarians, wero they tho wildest fcaturo of tho tccno. This distinction could moro justly bo claimed by somo mariners a part of tho crow of tho vessel from tho Spanish Main who had como ashoro to seo tho humors of election day. Thoy wero rough looking desieradoes, with sun blackened faces and an immensity of beard; their wide short trousers weio confined about tho waist by bells, often clasped with a rough plate of gold, and sustaining always a long knife, and in somo instances a sword. From beneath their broad brimmed hats of palm leaf gleamed oyos which, even in good nature and merriment, hud a kind of unhnal ferocity. Thoy transgressed without fear or bcruplo tho rules of behavior that wero binding on nil 's others; smoking tobacco under tho very nose, although each whiff would havo cost a townsman a shilling; and quailing at their pleasure drafts of wino or aqua vitro from iockot flasks, which thoy freely tendered to tho gaping crowd nround them. It remarkably characterized tho incomplete morality of tho ago, rigid as wo call it, that u llcenso wns nllowcd tho seafaring class, not merely for their freaks on shore, but for fur moro dospcrato deeds on their propor element. Thus tho Puritan oldors In their black cloaks, starched bands nnd steeple crowned lints smiled not unbonignantly at tho clamor and rudo detriment of thoso jolly seafaring men; and it excited neither surpriso nor unimadversion when so rcputablo a citizen as old Roger Chillingworth, tho physician, was soon to enter tho markot placo in closo and familiar talk with tho commander of tho questionable vessel. Tho latter was by far tho most showy and gallant figuro, so far us npparol wont, anywhoro to bo seen among the multitudo. Ho wow a profusion of rib-boon his garment and gold hico ou his hat, which was also encircled by a gold chrdn and surmounted with a feather. Thoro was n sword nt his sido and a sword cut on his forehead, which, by tho arrangement of his hair, 'ho Tseomed anxious rathor to display than hide. A landsman could liardly havo worn this garb and shown tliis faco, and worn nnd shown thorn both with such n galliard nir without undergoing stern question before a magistrate and probably Incurring flno or Imprisonment, or pcihaps an exhibition in tho stocks. As regarded tho shipmaster, however, all was looked uion ns pertaining to tho character, as to a fish his glistening scales. After parting from tho physician, tho commander of tho Bristol ship strolled Idly through tho market placo, until happening to approach tho spot whero Hester Prynne was standing, liOj appeared to recognizo nnd did not hesitate to address her. As was usually tho caw wherever Hester stood, a small vacant of magic circlo had formed Itself about her, Into which, though tho people woro elbowing ono another at a little distance, nono vonturod or felt disposed to inttudo. It was a forcible typo of tho moral solltudo in which tho Bcar-lletter enveloped its fated wearer; partly by her own reserve and partly by tho instinctive, though no longer so un kindly, withdrawal of hor fellow creatures. Now, if novor beforo, it answered a good imrposo bycnabling Hester and tho seaman to Bjenk together without risk cf beingjovorheard, and so changed so-obca-dloarca-rBortot 'left their work today? nn It a'piny d .4 ,, tiny I itf&a J7 public that tho matron In town most eminent for rigid morality couiu not havo held such Intercourse with less result of scandal than herself. V "So, I mWtress," said tho mariner, "1 must bid tho steward mako ready ono moro berth than you bargained for! No fear of scurvy (jr ship fovor this voyage! What with tho ship'B surgeon nnd thW other doctor, our ;only danger will bo from. druforplll moro by token, ns thero is a lot of uixjthecory's stuff aboard, which 1 traded for with a Siwiulsh vessel." moan you"" Inquired Hester, j, yWhat startled moro than sho permitted to appear. "Havo you another passongcr?" "Why, know yon not," cried tho shipmaster, "that t' is physician horo Chillingworth ho calls himself Is minded to try my cabin faro with you? Aye, ayo, you must havoknown it, for ho tells mo ho Is of yonr" party, and a closo friend to tho gentleman you spoko of ho that is Inpcril froin., theso ;eour old Puritan rulers!" "Thoy know each other well indeed," replied Hester with a mien of calmness, though in the utmost consternation. "Thoy havojong dwolt together." coining lunnor passou uoiwecn mo mariner, nnd Hester vPrynno. But at that instant slib behold old Rogor Chill ingworth himself standing in the ro-,- j motcst corner of tho market placo and smiling on hcr a Binllo which across tho wido"'nnd bustling square, and through nil tho talk and laughter and various thoughts, moods and interests of-- tho crowd, convoyed secret and fear15. . ful meaning. 3 Ilestof Prynno's repute " beforo1 the HOW WILL GO INDIANA 9 CLEVELAND AND STEVENSON ? OR HARFIISON AND REID ? h GUESS FREE FOR THESE PRIZES FIRST PRIZE- -A Man's Fintr Suit or Overcoat, SECOND PRIZ- E- A Man's Fino Suit or Ovorcoat, THIRD PRIZE- -A Boy's Flno Suit or Ovorcoat. $25,00 $20,00 $15,00 H Ouea whether Indiana will go Democrats or Ile.ubllcan thli Prcililentlal election, and glvo the innjorlty. The nerton who first tenth or hrine In the cloieit cuni wjll rccetro one of our MKN'd FINE SUITS r OVKRCOAT3. WORTH $25 I the tooond cloieit gueiser will get a MAN'd SUIT or OVERCOAT, WORTH $2U) the third cloreit gueucr will get a JJOY'S FUIT or OVKRCOAT, WORTH $16 ; If he preferi, the luceeisful guej.er may select nnjr other goodi in our stock to the caih ralue of hit respective prise. ' ANYBODY MAY GUESS ? IT DOESN'T COST A CENT, No matter who you are or whero you come from. Bring or rend In your guess. Tho only conditions are that guesses mutt be written on the following blank, and oacli guesser shall have only one chance The guesting will closo at 7 o'olock p. m. nn Monday, October 31, nnd with the last mall on that day. Allress all answers to "GUKSS DEPARTMENT, LEVY'S. 321 WKS.T MARKET, LOU18VILLE, KY." Fach letter will be Indorsed with the day and hour uf Its receipt, so thut in case of a tie the first one received may get tho prise. USE THE BLANK PRINTED HERE, OR CALL OR SEND FOR OTHERS X JL continued. The following Is my guess In Levy's contest on the the result of the Presidential Election In Indiana: Truo to III Word. Thero is nn nnfortunato relic of senatorial greatness who hangs around tho Capitol during tho wii.ters On ono occasion1 libs. applied to Senator Jones for relief. ."Say, Jones," said he, lend mo fifty dollars, won't,ybu? I've got 'to go homo and I haven't tho money.'- pay you till 1 como back in six months?" "No," said Jones promptly,n'!l won't lot you havo fifty dollars for slxinonths." Tho old man's jaw fell. "But I'll toll you what I will do. I'll let you havo $101 for twelvo months if you'll stay away thatlong." Tho wreck was tickled, and, strange to relato, ..turned up exactly twelvrilmoriths afterward, to n day and pnldback tho hundrod, Kate Field's Washington. N Successful Candidates Majority Name . ". M t ;..., . Tt r" .....'. j ."..;.. .v... '...'.,.;' .VK " s.r..-- . . . .' I A ,.." , ;...'...;,.'.. Jay,-- Address Date Orders for blanks must contain a onc-eont , .'.!....' , rQ stamp for postage. Kler.. It was once a common articlo of belief in England that when a maiden ran into Why KiirIIkIi OlrU Are Often Karl) tho fields early in tho morning to hear tho first uoto of tho cuckoo, and when sho heard it took off her left shoo and looked into it, bIig" would thero find a man's hair of the same color as that of her future, husband. London Queen. IlLiif Muto PupUi. LEVY'S LOUISVILLE'S GREATEST CLOTHING HOUSE, - ' derful progress has been tnado in this country of lato years In teaching tho dumb to speak. It appears from the official records that last year articulation was taught to no less than 4.245 pupils in American schools for tho deaf. In a largo number of these cases tho Infirmity dated from birth and was inherited. It Is not generally known what won- fi 44.004 3 TEMPORARY QUARTERS- J-- WEST MARKET, TO EXPEL SCROFULA biai yalue for prices aakcu, us thousands will testify. IT IS A DUTY you owe yoursetf nnd family to get she beat value for your money. Kconomlce In yourfoottrrar by purcliaslne V. Ii. Douglas Mhne. which repreaent tho S.00rffeJ3 5n Ayea's blood-purifier from the system, take 42.50 42.00umPP 4225 SJtyM $2.00 fe JM FOR 00 $2.50 1 $2.00 fOR LADIES a s v : 41.75 BOYS 41.75 Sarsaparilla the standard tonic. m Cures Others you. will cure It and THE POLK'S Nursery Headqqarters for ull kinds of W. L. DOUGLAS Grover Cleveland told Adlai Steveni S3 SHOE that it is a positive fact that he overhe BEST SHOE are OTHER 81'EOlAIriEH la a and the that and Benjamin Harrison tell Whitelaw Reid ii far are oabottomofeachahoe. TAKK HUII8TITI1TE. t7 James B. Weaver had stated in the pre I.. Douglas, ilrackten, ftlaas. tc llnrublelQii, Cloverport, Ky. Ilotviuer ence of Jas. G. Field that John BidwelLai Cranfill heard TAX PAYERS. J. B. of the National Thos. L. Carter, GhaiJ Republican CommittW man due hare Tour taxes and W . H. Harritty, Chairman of the n a February, There day and State November 1st, tional Democratic Gommittee say, that tbe ance amount must paid cen-tTeWTHEWORLD FOR THE HONEY. of footwear money value represent same high grade, name beyond the prices charged. See stamped price NO Bold V. IUWY STOCK. Send in your orders soon, so that there will be no delay. REMEMBER been since 1st for 18V2 will be balof County due be 1892, of $27,000, which on nr before that date, and we must collect the taxes now past due to meet said demand. Tbe law proyldes that 6 per cent, shall be added to all taxes unpaid on the 1st day of November, 1832. And in order to give the tax payers an opportunity to savo said additional per cent, and cost of collections, I or one of my deputies will meet them at the following times and places to receive and collect taxes; and all persons falling or refusing to meet us at tbe appointed times and places may expect to be cent, and required to pay the additional all cost of collections according to law. Our time Is short for the collection of this money, so don't ark us to wait any longer J we can't do It. Meet us promptly and pay your taxes. Let no man say this notice Is not Intended for him, fur it Is Intended for every man that owes us taxes. Favorite Stoves and Range; Soil easier and give better satisfaction than all others, and are made at By tho PIQUA, OHIO, u 61 pr Favorite Stove and Range Com Who have the model stove plant America, the greatest country on earth. J. 8. DrJERNETTB, S. D. 0. W.I.RAMSEY, D.S. D.O. J. D. BIOOS, D.S. D. 0. It. A. GLASSCOCK, D. S. D. 0. PAYNE & Sho"rt-Ha- CO., v H. GORDONi Type-Mi- Cloverport KLt.' CLARENCE nd PUBLIC 8PEAKINO. HON. A. B. MONTGOMERY, Democratic nominee for Congress, for tho Fourth Congressional District, will address tho people on tho Political issues of the day, at tho following tiuus and places : llardlnnburg. Monduy Oct. 17th. CloverpoH, Tuesday Oct. IRtb. Oct. 19th. I.vlngloD, WVdne-ds- y I tilun Star, Thursday Oct. 20th, Paynisvllle(MHdeco) Friday Oct. 2!lt astim (Mde co.) Saturday Oct. 32d. 1 ' Instructor In and Jin ni fall . Planting IS THE BEST. Don't delay unti Spring, what you aught to do this Fall. W. E. Polk Bro. ii s!' isLLLLHlHiLLLLLLHa fipcaklng to begin at o'clock p. in. His opponents aro requested to bo pres& ent and equal division of timo Mill bo TOBINSPORT, IND. givon them. Also connection with Weaver lluslnesi College.) Hook. keeping. Penand Arithmetic. The Graham manship System. Calleraph and Heralnurton Tvnf , w'"". The only Collepq In the State fi tTi ;-- IT"X of Kentucky Indorsed by Official '.iitl'f norteri. Butshllihr.l In ifcn. n.1 . 1. ..!...- IfiM iniWi'H ' """"Ii ii i 'atiMSEimH '.the first year one hundred nunlls wero i . iu3waifc-ilJ. . .. w,i":i:snv?iHrr!!isBssragiiBBBBi 3 P. tf ennmcu. ...j j nn speaks lor Itsell, r -We get jou u tltuatlon as soon as ymi' "''ji become competent to hold one. .(.BlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlSB9E3r: 3 iicicrcnccs manes A. imnam una Clarence B. Walker, the leadlnir Official Pm Stenographers for the city. Write, to 'Hji them for Information. For caMlogur, ' address, mmpw4Mmft ... LaBILaLaK' CLARENCE M. GORDON, Cor. Fourth & Market Stt, M)UlSVILMt4 KY. jnridge JOOPEn AND News. 10, 1802, ElfNESDAY, OCIOliKIl WORDSWORTH. Tills remedy is becoming so well known and bo popular as to need no Bpecial menTuklnir Effect tion. All who have used Electric Bitters (if praiso. A. purer At S:00 o'clck A. M. Wednesday sing tho same song Julj 29. 'SI medicino docs not exlstand it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Wctt Sound Train t Eait Bound Traxm Bitters will euro all diseases of the Liver 63 Mail Mall & M and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Expr's Hxpr's STATIONS Expr's Expr'. Salt Rheum and other affections caused Dally Dally Dally Dally by impure blood. Will drive Malaria 9 OSpiE lv.Un'n p't..ar 100 from tho system and prevent as well as 625pm 800 ago cured by two applications. Mr. II. Kentucky St. 12 45 6 40 860 7 20 841 805 West Point 12 05 , Jlaltlmore, Mil,, Special Agent of the euro all Malariol fevers. For cure of 12 02pm 7 21 802 Howard 845 Llle Insurance Co. cf New York says: Headache, constipation and Indigestion 7 47 000 Rock Haven 1145am 747 Measure in stating that two applications 74Q Longllranch 1138 908 757 Ilrandenburg 11 2a 731 8 07 917 Ion Oil cured me of a severe attack of try Electric Bittors Entiro satisfaction Meade Springs 1125 727 9 21 811 guaranteed, or money relunded. Price 1119 723 928 817 Ekron 50cts.and $1.00 per bottle at Short & Hay. 8 27 1111 Guston 715 934 royor unanswered. 1102 9 44 Irvington 8 37 655 6 48 1053 lissionary had.tnken his wifo with nes Drugstore. 8 47 952 Webster 10 45 6 40 Lodlburg 8 55 1000 oflndla. Thero sho died, and tho 6 31 1035 1010 Pierce 905 I'oU of Knglliih rtc'munti. 10 30 nhearted widower received permis- Sa..iple 626 1015 911 may not bo gonerally known that 9 21 10 23 Stephcnsport 10 23 618 It "from tho missionary board of his 1027 1018 9 25 Addison 613 frch tocomohomo. Here he promptly thero is a special reahou why tho Royal 9 30 10 SO 1015 610 Holt 1001 Clovcrport 667 lioled himself, and with his second Welsh Fusiliers ehould havo a goat. 9 46 1044 Shops 967 951 1060 663 Thoy aro a very ancient corps, and at an 1001 rusef returned to tho field of his former 944 1100 6 40 Skillman 6 30 933 Hawesvllle lor, iiut fate was still unkind and at early period of their existence) it was tho 1010 1111 926 6 22 Petrle custom to havo a goat with u shield and 1018 1118 end of n, vnnr lin wns nnrn mnrn liiv. 615 920 Falcon. on its horns to at tho 1024 1124 Cayce 10 28 915 511 laviU Again ho besought tho permis- - garland tho drums. Everymarch Mnrch 1034 1129 Lewisport 1135 9 09 5 05 .1st of head of 4 48 861 onoi nno noara to return nomo, but being tho anniversary of their tutelary ' 1060 116'2'tn Powers 4 35 8 37 1207pm Pates 1102 timo they gently but firmly do- 4 25 Owensboru 8 27 1216 officers used to givo an 1111 Iried.tsaying that they did not feel saint, David, tho 12 27 815 1123 Mattlngly 413 4 OS 806 Stanley listlfiedMn thooxponseof giving him entertainment, nnd after tho cloth was 1131 1230 Worthington 7 65 355 taken away a bumper was filled around 1140 1246 hvo vacations within two years. Thoy Spottsvfile 7 37 104 1165 337 7 29 S29 Oasketts laggested, delicately, nowever, that if to tho Princo of Wales, and tho goat, 12 05pm 111 in desiro was to rocoup himself for his richly caparisoned for tho occasion, was 1220am 1 25pm ar.Henders'n Iv 715am 315pm cufeflbss it was possible for him to led thrico around tho tablo in procession tho drum nlio a friend to securo for him a byIn 1884 thomajor. regimental goat of then rtnerof his joys and sorrows. tho Welsh Fusiliers died and her majOP Accordingly did. Iky the steamer was signaled tho esty presented tho regiment with two of gouts from a flock tho gift of Bin elect went down to moot it, tho finest lied by a married friend. Whon tho shah of Persia iu Windsor park, rotnrned he was pounced upon and sinco that dato tho queen has conwifo, who demanded all tho tinued to supply tho Welsh Fusiliera Capital Stock $25,000. of tho mooting. "Did Dr. with goats as occasion required. Tho much overcome when ho pot of tho Second battalion Derbyshire regiment used to bo a ram; that of tho I Brown?' was tho first quos- B. F. BKAKD, President. "Well-ye- s-a little." "Wasn't Eighth King's Royal Irish light draWILL MILLER, goons, now huEisars, n horso; tho Royal joyed?"-- "Well overjoyed is not M. II. BEARD, Cashier. e Jjo word, perhaps." "Why, didn't Warwickshire had an antelope, tho "i Buffs a deer and tho Fifteenth Q.W. BEARD i gay ho was delighted?" "Well n-oDire tor MORRIS KSKMDQE tot exactly." "But, at least, ho seomod lancers a tigor. Pall Mall Gazette. J R. M. JOLLY. sea?" "Well I don't quite know." t, INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 'For moroy'g sake, toll mo just what A reported outbreak of Cholora, at Ho did say and do." ovi-in N. J., created much oxcitemont "Well" with 'deut reluctance. ' "When ho saw her thatTvicinlty.' Investigation showed that ehfl was at tho other end of tho deck and tho disease was not Cholora but a violent pho was pointed out to him- by tho friend dysentery which is almost as sovoro and she had travolod with.- - Smith looked at dangerous os Cholera. Mr. Waltor Wil-hrIter for a minute, and then he passed a prominent merchant of Jamcsburg nd over his eyes andl hoard him murmur, 'Rod hair for tho third timo two njllos from Helmettn, says Chamber-lian'- s Colic, Cholera and Diarrlura Remeand after bo much prayerl' "Pittsburg pispatch. dy has givon great satisfaction in tho most sovere cases of dysonterry. It is certainIt Should Be ia Every House. J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharpsburg. ly ono of the best things ever mado." For sale by A. R. Fisher, Druggist. , Pa., says will not ho without Dr. King's . i IntorTlcw with tho Aged Poet n Few Years llufore Ilia Death. iwsnns Cooior, tho veteran chartist, f ias received n grant of 200 from tho list, had, on ono occasion, a very ting intorviow with Wordsworth ydal Mount. Cooper had boon nt and started on a walk through to country. las on tho third day after leaving bthat Cooper arrived at Itydal Ho was very anxious to soo Ssworth and have a talk with Win, fnot knowing tho poot and having ntroiluction, was rathor doubtful as flint tho nature of his reception might But, summoning all tho cournpro at command, ho boldly strodo up to tho t's door and knocked. oly to an inquiry ho was told that Iworth was at homo: so ho wroto ffBlip of paper, "Thomas Cooper, of 'Tho Purgatory of Suicides to pay hia dovout regards to worth." In a very few minutes in tho presenco of tho "majostio ' and was bowing with deep itftfolt homaco when Wordsworth his hand and wolcomod him with i hearty "How do you do? I am f to seo you," that Cooper says In his eyes for joy. struck Cooper so much in sworth's conversation as his ro- concorning chartism after the let of Cooper's imprisonment had Duched upon. "You wero right," sworth said; "I havo always said oplo wero right in what they asked: Fpn went tho wrong way to get it. ja nothing unreasonable in your fr. It la tho foolish nttompt at col force for which manvofvou been blamable." By and by tho Iprsation drifted to other subjects. aero was but ono occasion, Bays for, on which I discornod tho feeling ralousy in him; it was when I men- 3yron. "If there were timo," ho coum snow you now liord twaa not bo prreat a poet as you , him to bo but never mind that NI had just been classing his own 3ts and "Childo Harold" together ilia noblest poetry sinco "Paradise S" but aid not reassert what I said. nm pleased to find," he said, whilo rtng about Byron, "that you preserve Lir musecnasto and freofrom rank corrupt passion. Lord Byron do ped poetry in that respect. Men's rta arobad enough. Poetry should p and purify their naturos, not S them worso." Wordsworth's opinion on Tennyson ia resting. Cooper asked the poot what KSpinlon was of tho pootry of tho day: ihcro is little that can bo called high ry." Wordsworth said. "Mr. Ten th affords tho richest promise. Ho Sdo great things yot. and oucrht to dono great things by this timo." His senso of music," 1 observed, fras more perfect than that of any of now race or poets. tea," Wordsworth replied; "thopor- lon or hannony lies In tho very es- i,of tho poet's naturo,,and Mr. Ten- i gives magnlhcent proofs that ho dowed with it." Pordsworth spoko of Southey in tho test terms, and again reverted to Itics. "Thore will bo great chancres tho Continent," ho said, "whon tho bent king of tho French dies, but while ho lives. Tho different gov- rnents will havo to give constitutions loir people, for knowledge is spread- and constitutional liberty is suro to Low." Wordsworth also alluded to spread of freedom in England, and anted with animation on tho prrowth limochanics' and similar institutions. f 'Tho people aro suro to havo thofran- Kbo," ho said with emphasis, "as knowl- KO increases; but you will not get all i seok. at once, and you must never Pk it again by physical force," ho larnmg to mo withasmilo: "it ftmly mako you longor about it" Mall uazetto. -. i Yankee, pcatcd upon a load of brooms, ilrovo his team up lcforo tiio door of an establishment whoro ho expected to find a purchaser. Jumping from his seat ho entered tho storo and tho following colloquy took placo: Ynnkco Can't I hell you a load of brooms today, mister? Dealor No; don't want nny. Yankee Bottor tako 'em soil 'oni dog cheap. Dealor Don't want 'em; got enough brooms. Yankee I'll tell you what I'll do. If you'll tako tho lot I'll lot 'em go for ono dollar a dozen. You know thoy'ro wuth doublo that. Tho dealer stroked hia chin for a moment, as if in deep thought, and thou replied: "Well, I don't want any brooms, as 1 told you, but 1 don't mind making a trado with you." Yankeo What port of a trado? Dealer Well, I'll takoyour whole load nt ono dollar a dozen and pay you ono-lia- lf cash, you to tako tho other half in trado. Yankee No you don't mister! You'll chargo mo such nn all fired profit on tho other half that I might como out at tho little end of tho horn. Dealor Oh, no; I promiso you that you shall havo tho goods just at what they cost mo. Yankee Wall, mister, that's what I call squaroilealin. It's a bargain. And ho commenced to unload tho brooms in a pllo on tho sidowalk. Whon ho got through ho walked into tho store. "Thoro you are, mister; fourteen dozen, which I calcurlnto makes just seven dollars comln to mo." Dealer Yea. that's right; thero's tho money. Now what goods do you want for tho other seven dollars? Yankeo Wall, I dunno. You seo, mister, I hain't much posted in your other truck, so I guess I'll tako brooms. Houso Furnishing Roviow. A men and horse-ca- r men unite in saying that no such horse and cattle llnament as Salvation Oil has ever been put upon the market. It should be kept .at every stable and stock yard In the land. livery-stabl- A rtronm fliioculatlon. Tho Trnimlllnn of IMcrtrlrnl Theories. To tho question, "Whatis electricity?" which is often asked, no nbsoluto and satisfactory auswor has yot boon found. Notwithstanding tho wonderful development of electrical applications, electricians aro still feeling tholr way an to 'm li THE LARGEST "LOWER IM tho naturo and many of tho principles of tho operation of tho mighty forcothat thoy aro learning to control. This was suggostivoly shown by n remark mado by tho vico prcsidont of tho Amorican Institute of olectrical cnglneors at tho annual convention of that body. Tho speaker claimed that tho present theories of electricity should bo regarded moroly as stopping stones to moro comprohonsivo nnd satisfactory ones. Ho contended that modem theories of electrical phenomena, if adopted as an absoluto framowork of all "our knowledge of thoso subjects, may, in a fow yoars, becomo prison bars that will prevent tho mind from making a frco and unprojudicod investigation of now theories and now phenomena, nnd giving duo weight nnd significance in tho general sclenco'of electricity to tho results obtained by tho most recent oxperitnont-era- . t. St. Louis Globo-Democra- "STANDS BEST CLOTHING $9-00 PRICES THAN AT THE UiOI SOUTH.' ANY OTHER I J f From tlio Western I Haptist Keconlur. THE HEA D. That's the Kind ON &s of a ABOVE IS House jr8y. S IQE7 nUUOd 9) I From tho Farmero Homo Journal. "The Largest." The Mammoth Shoo ufrr Clnlhlnir Com. piny .IS the largest Jl II c ilntiilnir mid We Are ! hfiUKC EARTH. Best Shoes and Hats on Earth. BG-wUfcTMatron's Shoes 81.76; Old Ladies' Shoes 81; Invalids' Shoes 98c; Nurses' Shoes 98c; Comfort-givinShoes 81.28; Church Shoes 82.50; Homo Shoes 85c; Easy Shoes 68c; Evening Shoes 83, Wool Shoes 50c; Misses' Shoes 98c; Boys' Shoes 98c; Girls' Shoes $1.28 Babies Shoes 15c; Infants' Shoes 9c. Children's Shoes 76c; Youths' Shoes 98c; School Shoes $1.28; Playground Shoes 81.48; Grandfathers' Shoes 98c; Merchants' Shoes 83; Physicians' Shoes 84; Clergymen's Shaes 82.98; Bicycle Shoes 81.50; Fanners' Shoes 98c; Party Shoes $1.75; Mechanics' Shoes 98c; r' Shoes 98c. Hats and' Furnishing, Gloves, Undorwcar, Stockinet Jackets, at equally low prices. Send for elegantly illustrated catalogue You can order by mail as well as in person. g Lab-orsc- Our readers can on fair treatment s nlthehnmls uf & SltnotiRon. Western llnptisl Klein-linn- in tho Smith. ul We Don't blow Vpv (thn OTBBOOATS SUITS. any size and stylo. f AS7.00, v vsorviccablo, fa3hionablc-mad- o and 810.00 buys ahantlsomo, Overcoat of Tho Future of tho Mississippi Valley. . Tho delta of tho Mississippi, below Its junction with tho Ohio, richer than tho Nil or tho Rhino, exceeds tho combined area of Holland and Egypt, and is des- A; representative religious paper, a representative agricultural paper and a reKan-tuck- y presentative weekly put the bugle to their lips and we but eeho tho ringing words they print. Read them on the other end of this advertisement. our own horn this week, good folks Chi A$15,00, 18.00 and $20.00 buys a supcr- tfljA & Wbly-mado- , lined and trimmed Overcoat, work. equal to the choicest custom-mad- e A$10.00, 812.00, 815.00, 820.00 gives choice 3hQ over 2,000 elegant Buits in any stylo you want. n pQiUl0f PROOF THAT OUR WORD iar SHOES. "Lowest Prices." This house has InriR hail the reputation or selling nt lower prices than nny other establishment In the country. Farmers Home Journal. "At The Head," The Mammoth stnmls at the head. A trip to the city Is not complete ment. Mews. CHILDREN'S FINE WEAR, Lovely Child's Overcoat at 98c, 81.49, 81.98, 82.50, 83.50, $0.00 Boys' Overcoat at prices beginning at 83.00, 83.50, fl.OO and upto $8.00. Short Pant Suits, 99c, $1.39, $1.69, $1.98 $2.25 to $5.00. Reefers, Jorscy Suits, Kilt Suits, Russian Blouse Suits and all the novelties of tho season. IS AS GOOD AS visits this establish- unless oud Anderson H FINE GOLD. Dairymen, stockmen, e tined under the stimulus of freo labor and tho Incentives of solf government to build n fabric of society moro opulent and enduring. Add to this tho alluvion of tho streams abovo, and tho fortilo prairies from which thoy descend, nnd tho arithmetic of tho past has no logarithms with which to com-put- o tho problems of tho economic and commercial future of tho west. It will bo predominant in tho development, not of this country alono, but of tho hemisphere and will give direction to tho dostinics of tho human race. Wo stand in tho vestibule. Wo havo not yot entered the templo. John J. In Lippincott's. lo lu-ga- SHOE Fourth and Fifth Streets, LOUISVILLE, MAMMOtl Street, between AND CLOHTING COMPANY I KY. 1011ISTIIIE KLRINHANS & SIMONSON Basses JUUII REPOliTS V r Unpleasantly AITcrtlonnte. An English traveler in Persia had arrived at Abadeh, whero a European telo- , welcomed him graph official, Mr. Q hospitably and invited him to remain .for tho night. Ho says: An hour later 1 was comfortably Bottled upon tho sofa when my rest was suddenly disturbed by a loud bang at tho sitting room door, which, flying open, admitted two enormous animals, which I at first took for dogs. Both of them mado at ouco for my sofa, and whilo tho larger ono curled comfortably around my feet and composed itself to sleep, tho smaller ono. Headquarters for evidently of a inoro nffectionato disposition, seated itself on tho floor, and commenced licking my face and hands, an operation which, hail I dared, I should strongly havo resented. Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich But tho white, gleaming teeth and lean Planter, Rait, Lime, Coal Oil cruel looking green eyes inspired me by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, with respect, to uso no stronger term; for I had by this time discovered that theso domestic pots wero panthers! To & entered at my great relief, Mr. G this juncture. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring al- "Making friends with tho panthers, I ways kept on hand. Orders acboo," ho remarked pleasantly. "Thoy companied by cash prompt aro nico, compnnionablo beasts." That may have been truo nt tho timo. iy dllfld. Tho fact remains, however, that thrco months afterward tho "nffectionato one" half devoured a native child! Tho Louisville, St Louis & Texas R, R. Co. inneighborhood of Abadeh, Mr. G formed mo, swarms with theso animals. lie Waa the Duko. When, in 1883, Professor Freoman was examining Battle abbey, ho found himself dogged by a person who, as ho thought, somowhat officiously obtruded his offers of assistance After vainly trying to shako hiin off, ho broko forth with: "I don't want your assistance. Tho Duko of Cloveland promised that 1 should not bo interfered with "by tho gardeners." "Exactly so," was tho reply; "I hopo thoy havo obeyed my orders. I am tho Duko of Clovoland." San Francisco Argonaut FURNISHED BY Len. G. Herndon & Co.. General Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage. I " Iff H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Uollable and prompt. Cash with every count sale. Consignments solicited. ac- 1 I jj. O-ooc- l . LOUISVILLE. KY., Get. 11, 1692. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, address. with shipper's name and BUTTER. IB 17 Choice, country post-oBl- GREGORY & CO., Modiutn Common Creamery - 13 11 IS 12 28 EOQS. 30 14 to IS TRY THE ssm wl Smoke " '. ! I I fej fr V n Fresh Old Hens per lb Roosters POULTRY. 7 to 8 1J bbh wl Reapers and Mowers, Springers FEATHERS. Prime, white goose Mixed Old No. 1. duck 3 to 4 10 to 11 48 !!S aaH 40 bbb Jbbb m bbb BBBa W bbV bH BBBM Ibbd BLH BLK BBBBBA. ' 25 ((j) 38 & .IS 25(0)40 HIDES. 3 BLBBk BK LBIbI BBLa I Pine Poplar Shingles flrcon.fooil Dry Salt, good Dry Hint, good ($ 7 - Sheep skin WOOL. d 25 30 22 20 IS 14 8 9 80 Ji LBM BLH LbjSH - BLfl BBLBV IbV I liSfea flLI HL BLH rljr 1 IS fl H .IW. wt WP sflisBK Grease, fine Oreaso, coarse Merino Hurry and Cots Wo quote prlcei to-d- HAY, GRAIN, FEED. on Louisville city wham Strictly choice Choice No. 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw HAY. 13 00 1200 11 00 12 00 9 00 10 00 4 E0 (u) 5 50 Hand-Mad- e Oigar BBBBBT 1 $ Electric Bitters. nsro. ib. TIME SCHEDULE CORN. Choice white Choice shelled OATS. 51 S3 SS 52 34 No, 2 oats 36 67 66 No, 2 No. 2 Red Beeswax WHEAT. Long Berry wheat 1 MISCELLANEOUS. Tallow, per bbl Sorghum per gallon POTATOES. Home Grown per barrel 2o to So per bu higher. From store BEANS ! Michigan, hand ploked Indiana Navy " Common and colored Flat and mixed ONIONS. Northern, per bbl on arrival 4 4 26 24 20 ( 25 1 ft BEST S3 ON THE MARKET, CIQAR BY 1 50 to to 1 75 1 60 1 SO 75 60 75 to 00 65 to 1 00 1 1 1 MANUFACTURED 1 SO " from store to 2 50 200 to 300 CABBAGE. Per crato from store OELERY. Fancy white plume, per doi., Choice Choice Qroen 2 00 to 3 00 OLOVEEPOET CIGAE COMPANY. OIL.o",vrE3IeoIe'z,, nc-z- ". " 35 to 40 20 to 25 10 to 20 THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Am LINE, J". 3VC. (L. E. 4 ST. L. R. R.) BELL, Frop'r. GREAT SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t, 31. AND ALL POINTS BANK West and Tins-Car- d HAEDIUSBURG 1892, Lr. Louisville 8:05 a.m. ..8:25 p.m..A:li p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:20 pm ...6:45 a m 10:00p.m. Evansville 1:20 For further Information, eall on or address, ia Efsei July R.A CAMPBELL, Oen'l Pasr. Ag't, Evansville, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky OltyTlcket Office,S. W. Cor. Third & Main 8 1 Louisville, Ky. Ros-shir- Wo .must unload our Mammoth : Stock of Fall Goods. havo tho largest and most complete lino of -- Slll1k n jpij in V -- LouIsvi'Ie,HardinsburgSL Western .R, No. 2 TIME TABLE. R, Hol-mct- TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1801. Trains Dailv ex Sun - d, hifl-ha- " he New Discovery for Consumption, coughs Ouf oft)nS A I arte number ol House wife Mario, theso fowls nm do. .androids, that it cured hia wifo who was threatened Wlln l'nnumonia alter an at- - cidodly too tough again, you cfennot Itackof "Laprippe" whon various other havo put them into tho stowpan early At the .remedies and seyoral physicians had dono enough I Cook Right you are, mumj thoy good. Kobort Barber, of Cooks-hior- t. 'her1 no havfe been Pa., claims Dr. King's Now DIscov. fthould Figaro, jmt in thrco years ago! For Sale or Rent. lWnext fall delivery. Order what you want Paris him more good than any-Fifty acres of good strong hill land, three Anything we haven't on hand, we win procure eriias done It for you at the luwest rates. Out of thirty-twh thicg he over used for Lung Trouble. cities with popula- and a half miles from Cloverp'ort, Ky. RODT. E. WOODS, Address ZACK. GREEN, tions ranging from ,300,000 to 60,000 ,wiuiuk una u. J.IY ii. r iuu irau uoi- .. CM..i 1. 11 Manager Hardinsburg Nursery. War Department, iinfuun jljujjuiujo. T mCUUJJ. IV TT... T..L'i iljjjo all but one are Ming the electrie railfill's way system. Washington, D. 0 UAKDINSBURO ,KY West Bound Trains Bast Bound Dally Daily Daily ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun, No. 5 No.l No. 2 1130im I.v Irvlngton Ar 9S0am 12 10im 8 at uarneia Ilarned 815 12 42 Itarilinsburir 760 118 Kirk 715 130 Jolly 706 148 644 Glendeane Dcmnster 188 634 2 15pm ar Kailstough Iv 614am 260 jiocavaie 654 302 Huth fi.29 314 Asklns 6 21 Oaks 320 600 4 00pm ArPordsvilleLv 4 45am MICHAEL HAMMAN, Tho Regular and Roliablo si. tjyf hi Ujgi g Jin No. 6 FURNITURE J. O. BOURNE, DEALER DANIEL 11U00KS Ever brought to this country. Our stock of Dry Goods, Hardware Hats, Caps and Is always on hand with a full stock, J. M. HAIIPER, FRUIT TREES BOUBNE. HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Hardinsburg Nursery, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURiON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. Aro surprisingly cheap. Como early and securo tho host bargains, Wo also havo a nico lino of School Books and Drugs. Call and pco 118. W. C. MOORMAN, GLENDEANE, KY. '1 ty Fresh mince meat nt Charlie lliedel's. JUDGE W, B, FLEMMING. Wm. J. Winter. Johu M. Borntraener. Henry Winter. French mustard nt lOe. per pint nt thu City llakery. , Tho Goo. E. C'urrio Division is InstiMrs. Una. (!. Stephens, of Holt, was in OJJtct uixr Payne A CVa Jftmlicttre Store. Ho and Or. Cottrell Addross a Largo tuted at Cloverport. the city Monday. OLOVERPOnT. KY. Crowd of tho Unterrifiod of Sam Beynolds, of Borne, Ind., was in The Parade and Barbecue Attended by a the city Monday. Clovorport. Fair Crowd if It Did Rain. Union Star was largely represented in the city Saturday. Eloquent Words, Facts and Figures Strike ' ' Several unexpected nnd unlooked for A new roof has been put on Tom. OANNELTON, IND. things occurcd that had a tendency to Deep Into the Hearts ofLaborlng Men. For bargiiini at our house. Every Suit, every Overcoat, every mar tho pleosuro and lcsscntho attendSuits nmtlo to order In tlio best frtjlc. Tousoy's dwelling. J)J;Coieuiau, of Weldon, was in W. ance at tho K. P. barbecue, last Saturday, Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Come and pair of Pants you buy from our stock is a bargain. A DEMOCRATIC FEAST. tlio city Thursday. among which was the death and burial of a brother and the inclemency of the Eugcuo Bwtuchainp, of Clifton Mills, M. D. Fee us this week and take a look nt the best and only real A. A, At lost there is n littlo political stir weather. Notwithstanding theso disadattended tho barbecue. among tlio Democrats of Cloverport. vantages tho entorUiinmcnt may be callclothing in the city our own make. We If you want a sweet chow go to tho Judge W. B. Flenimlng,of LouiBvllle.nd-dresse- d ed a success, as far ne its object was conOjKceoier lircclenridije Hank. City Bakery and get somo taffy. a new lot of Medium weight Overa largo crowd of representative cerned, but not financially. Tho George have just placed in CLOVERPORT, KY. BobU Moorman went to Louisville Cloverport citizens Monday night and E. Currie division Uniform Bank of Monday night to spond tho week. coats, at popular prices, in handsome colorings and different considerable enthusiasm was exhibited. Knights was instituted with a member Fon Kalk Organ, good as new, cheap. The Judgo is an eloquent nnd convinc- ship of 2) charter members, with n pros, W. fabrics. Don't fail fo sec our stock. W. O. Allen. ing talker, and the powerful argument, pect of several more In the near future. U.S. Claim & Pension Agent Born, to the wife of Thos. II. Moor- as it fell from his lips struck deep into Owing to tlio rainy morning but few man, Oct. loth, a boy, Win. Priest tho hearts of tho laboring men who lis- people gathered on the picnic grounds tened. Tho speaker confined himself beforo noon nnd as a consequence but fow Moorman. STEPHENSPORT, KY. Vanilla, peanut, cocoanut, molasses mostly to tho tariff and the forco bill. He dinner tickets wore sold. Largo quantiand strawberry tally all to be had at tho showed wherein tho Republican promi- ties of nicely barbecued mcatlay untouchBreckenridge News. ses had not materialized; that instead of ed and was sold at a great sacrifice later City Bakery. wages being raised thoy had been lowin the afternoon. Annddressof welgomo Gregory, of South Louisville, Alex. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEH 19, 1892. ered; that protection did not protect tho was delivered by Hon. D. It. Murray in was visiting relatives in tills city Saturlaboring man, but tlio man lie worked his usual good style, though among his LOCAL BREVITIES. day and Sunday. for; it enabled Carnegin to emass more words of cheer were mingled thoso of Miss Maggie Farber, who has been Grapes 5c. per lb. nt the City llnkery. visiting relatives in Burr Hollow, re wealth and gavo him enough power to sadness nt the loss of n brother nnd symdrive the men who had made him rich pathy for thoso who mourn tho death of The work train lias been placed on tiio turned home last Friday. from their employment and fill their a relative. Ho was followed by General road again. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Barnes, of Borne, places with pauper labor from Europo Currlo in an interesting speech, explain Mr John C. Wilkersou went to LouIh-vill- o Ind., were tho' guests of Mr. and Mrs. that came into this country freo of duty. ing thu sociable and charitable workings Monday. J. J. Dyer Saturday and Sunday. It was conclusively shown that the tariff of tho order. Both addresses wero listenJohn Avitt, of Lodiburg, camo down Misses Frankie Corbin, of Sebree only made tho cost of tho laboring man's ed to with close attention by about 500 to tho barbecue. CLIFTON MILLS. COMPROMISED. City, and Eliza Dyer, of louisville, are living greater, while it did not effect his spectaters, and many persons went ,awny NOT wages. Horn, to tho wife of Itastus Hall, Oct. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dyer. witli a more favorable opinion of tho K. E. J. Bonuchamp has broken dirt for a In mentioning the Forco bill Judge P's. than theyhad probably entertained ICth, a fine boy. Lewis Mattiugly and wife, of LouisRev. Donnis Brings Suit Against the now residence. Coino to tho City liakery for dough- ville, who had been visiting his father, Flemming rcflerred to the campaign of before, because they had novergiven the Mr. J. W. Pnrr visited Miss Rosa Boar 1, P. C. & St. L. for Damages 01. Mattiugly, returned homo Sunday. '70, when by federal interferance, tho subject a thought. The Canuelton Silnuts next Saturday. man who was elected was unseated and ver Cornet Baud furnished the music, near Custer, last Sunday. Do not allow the accumulation of Scnrf Norman Whitehead, of Homo, was in for His Injuries the man who was not elected was seated. and it was truly worth listening at. The E. P. Mosely visited his family in tho city Thursday. or Dandruff, when it can bo easily pro- - Wero this forco bill a law now, it would same band, with a cliang of instruments, Stephensport lost Sunday. of his farms near vented by tho use of Ayer's Hair Vigor, Bob. Jolly sold one be possibles forthese crimes to bo repeated. furnished music for the dancing, which $26,000the Amount Wanted Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Haddock visited Irvington last week. Mrs. Kerviek, aged 55, died Monday Tho Republicans wero trying to dodge was greatly enjoyed by the young people relatives near Irvington last week. Site the issue during the campaign, but HarMrs. S. IT. Lloyd, of Columbus, Ohio, morning and was buried yesterday. and somo that wero not so young. Upon Bov. Geo. W. Dennis, who was run Mr. W. S. Board, Hill Grove, was tho leaves two daughters and several grand- rison had repeatedly recommended it in the returned home Sunday. whole, the day was pleasantly passed, over several months ago by tho steam guest of Miss Lula Jordan last Sunday. children. his messages, they had tried to pass it in and everybody hopes that tho Knights cars at Fourteenth and Chestnut, brought Misses Mary and IJcttie Uishop are Miss Ola May Adkisson, of HardinsMiss Violet Miller, of Stephensport, Congress, and had recommended it in of Pythias will try it over again when visiting relatives in Irvington. suit to day in Common Pleas against tho burg, attended church hero last Sunday. Is there n man with soul so dead, that accompanied by Mrs. J. W. Jarrett and their present platform. Should they over things may bo more favorable. Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Mrs. Paulmnn, called at this office Satget fuil control of the government the Mr. and Mrs. Lum Black, of Harned, can say "I can't Utko the News ?" Hallway Company for $25,000 damages. urday. force bill would bo passed, and then, attended church nt this place last Sunday. HUDSON. Mrs. W. D. Holt and daughter, Miss Tho petition recited that on Juno 211 Miss LaFayette Lalleist, who lias been "God save our beloved country." Mrs. J. M. Fitch nnd Master Velrue, Mary, of Holt, were in the city yesterlost ho was lawfully traveling on tlio Fleming ceased to talk, When Judge Mrs. Bennett is on tho sick list. in Louisville for several weeks visiting day. streets of this city and that the defendant are visiting relatives in Louisville nnd her uncle, Mr. Chas. P. Moorman, re- Dr. J. B. Cottrell was called to the stand. Miss Addic nnd Ennio McGill, of was unlawfully running a train on Four- Auburn. When your blood is impoverished the The fame of this gifted divine is renown- Spring Lick, have returned home. turned home Saturday night. Frank Adkisson and wife, of Hardinsteenth street and carelessly ran him remedy is at hand. Take Ayer'sSarsapa-rilla- . Dr. W. D. White will be at the Nap-pe- r ed, and when ho mounted the rostrum Itetnsnro very scarce at this writing, down nt tho intersection with Clicsnut burg, wero the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. House in Cloverport, Nov. 1, 2, It, 4 the people expected to hear something though plenty of dry weather and dust. street, cutting off both his legs and ono C. Haddock last Sunday. Tim grading is done and the gravel and 5. First-clas- s dentistry work done. grand, and they wero not deceived. For Wo are having a good school nt this of his arms. It is claimed that tho deThe mill at this place is doing a splentwenty minutes tlio most beautiful lanplaced on High street between Second Reasonable charges. Give him a call. placo under the supervision of Miss Cnr-ri- o fendant never had any legal authority to did business. Mosely wishes to inform guage flowed from his eloquent lips in a and Third. Tim. Jordan, n XiH pounder from near use Fourteenth street. Meyer. tho public that ho still chaws "terbakcr." lluv. It. N. MeXemer, of Jeflersonville, Webster, came down to the K. P. bar- continual stream, and his auditors otood Judgo B. F. Buctner is the attorney J. F. Arms, of this place, is visiting his The Presbyterian church at this placo in rapt attention. Ho saw in tho great Ind., was the guest of Mis. F. II. Saw- becue Saturday. Tim's pleasantness nnd The impression has has been very wave that swept oyer the country two father at Shrewsbury, accompanied bv for the plaintiff. much improved in looks yer last week. kindness of heart is in proportion to his yenr's ago only tho beginning of existed that this claim lias been compro- by being repainted, papered and tho end his brother from Arkansas. carpeted. Miss Druo E. Gregory, Mrs. Thomas size. mised upon very liberal terms. Louisof false political economy. His prophetic Mrs. J. F. Lnmpton and children, Lula Rev. Gcorgo Morris assisted by Row J. Hyan and daughter, Miss Mary, went to In honor to Mrs. Frank Boyd of eye saw n great upheavel of justice and aud Frankio, of Ilarncd, have returned villo Post. D. Ilarncd, will begin a series of meet Louisvillo Monday Miss Kattie Boyd entertained a right; Grover Cleveland embraced all homo after an extended visit at this place It is not unusual forcolds contracted in ings here tlio Third Sunday night in OcMr. Samuel Bernard, of Louisville, few friends last Thursday evening. The that was grand and puro in statesmanAs this is the first time I ever mado an tlio fall to hang on all winter, In such tober. was in tho city Saturday organizing a entertainment was much enjoyed by ship; no man need be ashamed to walk effort to write to your valuablo paper, I coses catarrh or chronic bronchitis aro alKnights of Honor lodge. , those present and a delightful evening up to the polls in November and cast his hope my letter will not find a gravo in most suro to result. A fifty cent bottlo of There is no use of any ono witli tho cholera when Chamberlain's Mr. J. L. Gannane and wife have re- was passed. ballot for Grover Cleveland. Tho Doctor the waste basket. Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy will cure Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy can moved to Hawesvillc. Mr. Gannane G. W. Stone, Pepce candidate for Cir- closed his remarks amid great cheering. Tho hop. given by Mr. J. J. Priest in any cold.. Cnnyouaffoid to risk so much be procured. It will give relief in a few has charge of the work train. cuit Judge, and II. W. Story, Republican honor of Misses Addie nnd EnniiMcGill, for so small an amount? This remedy is minutes nnd cure in a short time. I have BUTTERFLY AT BALLTOWN. tried it nnd know. W. II. Clinton, Dave Cunningham crushed his foot at candidate for Commonwealth's attomoy, was largely attended. About 0 o'clock intended especially for bad colds and N. J. Tho epidemic at Holmetta the Acme Iirick Works one day last botli of Lcitchfield, wero in the city yescroup and can always bo depended upon. was at first believed to bo cholera, the people began to assemble and by 8 but week by dropping a brick upsn it. terday and last night. He Discusses Politics in His Usual o'clock the halls thronged with an im- For sal o by A. 11. Fisher, Druggist. subsequent investigations proved it to be It is a great domestic remedy, and should be a violent form of dysentary, almost as Frank I!auniauu, of Paynesville, submense crowd. They danced until the Convincing Style. dangerous as cholera. This Remedy was scribed for the Xi:ws Saturday, and re- kept in every home. Mr. Norman Cheatham, HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. hour of midnight, when they retired to Waverly, Sussex Co., Va. who has never been used there with great success. For sale ceived as a premium a 50c. scarf pin. without it for twche )cars subscribes to this Wishes Democrats by A. R. Fisher, Druggist. Were in Hell-Ab- uses tlio dining room, and tlio door of the It is too plain to need a ilcmoiiKtr itton by chart opinion. He says: "Our family has been using great safe was tbrowu open and the table L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. or diagram tliat Dr. Hull's Cuuh Syrup U what Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for twelve years and are the People's Party and fairly groaned under its heavy, yet wholeGOING WEST. It Will Be Cut This FalL the people ntcil ceryvhcre, for cure of bronnever without it in the house. It is invaluable. Says He is for Tom Cannon. some burden, of which all partook hearti- Passenger Dally arr. Ilariliniburg..l2:42 p.m. Mr. Alfred Malmn, a farmer about sixchial and pectoral troubles. It u a sure cure. One of Dr. S. B. Adkisson's teams bely, then returning to the ball room COINO EAST. ty years of age, who lives three miles back Misses Mattie and Eliza Allen, two came frightened and ran away on High Passenger Dally arr. Ilanllusburg.. 7:50 a.m of Troy, Ind., hasn't had his hair cut for THE PRATING OF A DISEASED danced until n late hour. charming yonng ladies of Hawesvillc, street one day last week, upsetting tho As I was one of tho party, I feel safe four years. He is a Democrat of the true BRAIN. wero visiting Mrs. J. C. Babbago last wagon and scattering a load of sand Mr. L. A. Foote is foreman of tho grand in saying tho people wero not weary in blue type, and after Cleveland was defeatweek. nnd George Wilson, the driver, all over well doing. Wo went homo feeling much jury. ed in '88, ho mado a vcrw that ho would B.u.!.town, Oct. 15, 1892. tho street. No damage done and no Hardin & Brown have a good lino ol not havo his Weed S. Chelf, of Kliabethtown, elated over tlio pleasures of a pleasant hair cut until a Democratic As it is so dry here there had been no evening. Tho order was extremely good, Gent's Underwear. Democratic Candidate for Common- body hurt. President was elected. He has kept his There was a big crowd on Jockey wealth's Attorney, spent Sunday in the Mr. A. M. Kincheloe, with L. Stein-fiel- d happenings to rulllo tho serenity of our and we feel much indebted to Mr. Priest vow and his hair isalinost three feet long. & Co'8 Shoo House, of Louisville, littlo town until we had a good shower of nnd Mr. G. P. Notinghnm for tho music, street all day Monday. city. IIo wears it in a single plat and allows The Davis Sewing Machine for Balo by John Lewis Henry in attempting to was in tlio city last week in tho interest rain tills morning enlivening tlio swel- and hope that in tho near future we may to hang down Ids back. He comes to tering nnd dusty people, and about sun- havo the pleasure of spending another Hardin & Brown and is tho best on the it Mr. Kincheloe is n spring out of the way of a horse at the of his house. town often and is well known throughout market. Bennett's sale last Tuesday broke ono Hardinsburg boy, is an honest, indust- down tho population camo rushing out such nn evening. Perry county. Ho was in town tho other You can get anything you want from day and told tho boys rious, intelligent youth, and bids fair to into the streets greeting one another. I of bis legs. that he thought he went to see what the hub-buA Prosperous House. was about Hardin & Brown in tho Confectionery would get his locks taken Chits. Warfield ami Dr. Hambleton make a god businessman. off this fall, as to my astonishment, found that it and, Smart & Co. have closed out their stock lino. Miss Clara Davis, who has been visitthero is n splendid chanco for Cleveland caught "(J nice bachelor fish out of was our Vicifimus Butterfly, who had of groceries, hardware etc., and aro now Judgo Flemming got in too late M6n-da- y to bo elected. Owcnsboro Inquirer. Clover Creek, one afternoon last week ing her uncle, Mr. Morgan, in this city come to make a speech. confining themselves strictly to clothing,, to Bpeak. Ho gavo away to tho canfor several weeks, returned to hsr homo with polo and line. About 7 o'clock tho storeroom of Colo- boots and shoes, hats and gent's furnishdidates. A gentleman of this county who has , at Youngstown, Ohio, last Saturday. An Ohio lady was so frightened by a was crowded by actual count ing goods, Mr. Smart lias just returned Mr. Morgan accompanied her as far as nel Knap Mr. T. Lewis who has been confined to oxcellont judgment remarked to us the snake that her glossy black hair turned of the best citizens of from a trip Eat and their fall stock is with twenty-fiv- e his bed for tlio lost two months was up- other day that ho knew of no pill so white assnow. It was returned to its orig- Cincinnati. tlio town nnd surrounding country. Mr. now in. Their spacious house, is chuck on good for constipation, dyspepsia and the streets" Monday. Following is a list of tlio persons on Burton waived tho bloody inal color by Hall's Hair renewer. shirt a few full of tho newest and latest stylo goods. liver complaint as Do Witt's Littlo Early Common-wtaltll's D. It. Murray was appointed Dr. C. E. Cox and wi'e, of Cannelton, tho grand jury now in session nt Hard- times and then demolished the DemoTheir clothing for men, boys and chilinsburg : L. IA. Foote, Isaiah Tucker, cratic party and wished Attorney protein, in tho placo Risers. camo up to the barbecue Saturday, and that tho Demo- dren is nil tailor-madand aro tho newFor salo by Short A Haynes,Clovcrport, circulated among their old friends, and Thos. II. Bates, Eli II. Deane, George crats were in Hades. In looking around est cuts and shades. It is gratifying to of Mr. Wuthcn who is nt homo sick. nnd Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg' Ky. Glasscock, Jas. P. Stewart, W. A. Pato, Mr. Graham, tho county nttornoy, of renewed his subscription to tho News. he saw a few civilized Democrats present, the News to witness the evidences of Richard Burdett, Allen Adkisson, John and then ho took it back and said that prosperity that are exhibited by this en- Grayson county, was hero Monday transMr. and Mm. Frank Boyd, of louisVitrified Brick In Philadelphia. Dyer, Lee Walls and Richard May. acting somo business in tlio circuit court. ho meant the party. Ho covered more terprising firm. villo, wero in the city last week the It has been five years sinco this mateA party of young ladies and gentlemen ground in a 's speech than the guests of relatives. They returned home Mr. B. S, Skill man has beon appointed rial was introduced into Philadelphia, and spent last Sunday evening with Miss Holfastest locomotive could traverse in six trustee of tho jury fund, Mr. W. II. Bell witli scarcely ono exception the streets Tuesday, Mrs. Alex. Boyd accompanying Card of Thanks. la Simmons, near Tobinsport, Ind. A weeks. He laughed at the Third party them. The pessimist in his dark delusions tho former incumbent having moved out paved then and since with it are in Osgood plenty of nico fruit and a howling good condition as when first put down, and Senator Joe Blackburn was a passen- timo was tho verdict of the party, Misses for wanting to have their "ingons" and and forebodings, sees nothing but ill as of tho state. about two buahels of corn, two bushelsof tho result of all complications, whether Mr. Wesley Hawkins, of Leltchfiold, theso all have foundations of gravel or ger on tho mail and express Ella Dowden, Ethel Oolzc, Linnie D'Huy, great big pumpkin put into they nroconducivoto good orevil results. was hero last Monday. IIo was formerly "rotton rock" sand. last Sunday. Ho shook hands with Orn Alexander; .Messrs. Orvillo Gregory, wheat and a It is nonsonso to a bonded warehouse, and thon goo to But while we the members of Brecken- a resident of this county and camo over say that vitrified brick mnkcsn bad paveseveral of his Cloverport friends at the Jesse Moorman, Chas. Fallon and Smith tho government and sny they wanted ridge Lodge No. 01, Knights of Pythias to visit old friends. depot. ment, for there is nbundnnt proof that it English. Oh, how us do sigli for ono of somo money. Ho thon told the Pepee of Cloverport Ky., realizo tho great disMr. Stoy, tho Bcpublican candidate for compares favorably with any improved Mr. Claude Carlisle and Miss Hobo those "tijieses," says. that thoy wero not in it, "and it was no advantages updor weich the affairs of Commonwealth's nttorney, was here material now in use. Philadelphia PubParsons wero married last Thursday Mr. E. 11. Baldwin, manager for tho good no how." But in winding up on our barbecue wero conducted, we bow in lic Lcdgor. Monday and mado a short talk announcevening nt tho residence of tho bride's Cincinnati Cooperage Company, nt tho poor thing ho said, "I don't know parents in this city. Ilov. E. II. Mor- Morganlleld, was in tlio city several days how you all are, but I am going to vote meek submission to the rulings of tho ing himsolf for that office. Great Chancellor Commander of tho rison olliciating. A. B. Montgomery mado an ublo Demolast week. Mr.Jlaldwin left here 5 years for Tom Cannon. STitiNnuit. Univprse, knowing that "man's extrem- cratic speech at tho court-hous- e Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dellaven, of louis- ago, nnd was both surprised and pleased ity is Gods oppurtunity." We rejoico as Tho court-roowas packed, and he villo, camo down Saturday night and at the improvement nnd progress of our Mort. Evans is Dead. a body of Knights, that tho resultant of scored several good points for tho party. Bpent a couple of days as the guests of beautiful little city. Act Directly on tlic L,ivcr. Ho complimented W. M. Evnns died at his homo in combined disadvantages brought to Coma Cuuxa axd Finn, Unrirsu, Fred's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John It. the l!m:cKi:.NitiixiK Nr.ws and said that Louisvillo 'ast Thursday at 7:40 p, m. tho against Tho Democrats at Custer and Hudson-villBlCElItiDACUE, DlUOll COUO, COKiTlTA- bear usj was the establishment of he hod several neighbors in Morgan-tow- n Dellaven. rum, RnauxiTiix, Tiixi, Iu.riTATion want a good speech or two thoro a Uniform 'Bank in this city. And while who nro from this county and of peritonitis. orTHBlIxinr.DizziXESf, Tonriu J.iykv. W. II. Itiehardson, qf the Mr. Evans had been in bad health for wo rejoice, vanity does not lend us so far beforo thu campaign closes. They nro Coated Tomous, BLEirLZiiMESf, akdaix every week tlio Nkwb went tho whole UllIAIXSOrTUBL.tYJ.nAXD BTOXACir. II Drug Company, Louisville, called round. Subscribo for tlio paper, you Bometlmo, though nt thu timo his death us to misconceive the cause of the favor-ahl- o sure it will be to the interest of tho party. foil do oot "fed very well," a ilnglo pill at nt this oilleo yesterday and renewed his people, nnd let Mr. Baldwin enjoy tho was rather unexpected. He wasnpron-incn- t Three hundred dollars worth of men's atlmnlatci (lis atom&ch, rcttorta results, but attribute it greatly to tho appetite, impart! vigor to tlio f TBtem. subscription to the News. Ho was lucky comforts of his own paper. Only SI a tobacco merchant of Louisville, 'the aid nnd succor we received from tho aud boys' boots carried over last winter year, with premium. Tlirr enro all dltoucs llko magic. CUt I enough to get a riding bridle as a premithe right kind. SELLERS UVElt rilXB. There is no use talking, neither Harri- and about three years ago handled to- citterns of Cloverport, to whom wo ex- by the Cosh Store at Bowleyvillo, Ky., Boldbydnicclati. frod for circular. um, worth $1.00. now in stock, in good order and offered son or Cleveland will be elected unless bacco in this city. While here he met tend our heartfelt thanks SELLERS MEDICINE CO..FltUbarca. Pa. I Mrs. Bcllo Thomas is starting n now they tako Do Witt's Little Early Hiseijj, nnd formed an attachment for Miss Etta , And especially are wo grateful to tho at cost to close them out. (M They ltavo a'"get there" quality possess- Wilkcrson, which resulted in marriago wives of our Brother Knights for restaurant on Wall street, next door to Joo Gray (colored) shot his wifo !ncar the uned by no other pill. about two years ago. I'ayno & Co'b hardware store. Her furJoe ceasing nnd unuUeringefforts manifested Gormantown Inst Saturday night. For sain by Short it Haynes.Cloverport Tho remains" wero brought hero FrU niture and tabloware are elegant and it and Heard it Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ivy ook's Cotton Rooi day nnd the funeral took placo fiom the in our behalf, also are we grateful to Mr, lias not been out of tho penitentiary but will no doubt bo n favorite resort for tho 'a few weeks, and this crime will lower residence of Mrs, Wilkerson nt 2 o'clock Julius Nolte, V. 8. Ixng epicure. It will open Saturday night Mr. Evnns was a mem-c- r Hall for the m., Saturday uind manly him considerably in tho estimation of with an oyster supper. C, COMPOUND. of the Knights of Pythias and that way they oxtemfed o'ub their helpful those Yfq fjelped to secure his pardon. No Joo Nugent, ono of Dr. S. B. Adkis-son- 's A recent dlicovcry by an nld order conducted tho funeral. physician, Succcfillyucil stiiblu men, fell from tho stable Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. causo was assigned for the deed, except, hanbs. montly by thousand of Laloft Monday morning beforo day and wo learn that Joe's wifo refused to go Dyspepsia, distress after eating, sour dles, Is the only perfectly ;i seriously hurt himself. He had to ho medicine sfc and live with him, for this ho drow his discovered, Ilcwarc of and reliable druggists stomach, poor appetite, bad taste, coated Breckenridge Lodgo no. 01, unprincipled carried homo, and it is thought that ho When Baby waj aick, we care her Caitorla. pistol and shot her. Ho left the country who offer Inferior medicines In place of this. Ask tongue nnd heartburn aro cured by is injured internally. Ky. Cloverport, fur Cook's Cotton Hoot Compound, take no sub. When aha wm a Child, she- cried for Caitorla, as soon us io committed tho crime and stitute, or Inclose $i and 6 cents In postage In Little Early Itlsore, tho famous 1'OJt llYHI'KrSIA and will send, return mall. When she became lilts, sbo clung to Castorla, Miss Sallio Miller, of Washington, D. has not been heard of at this writing. letter, sealedweparticulars scaled, by envelope, to littlo pills. Use Hrowu'a Iron Hitter. In plain Hull When she bad Children, she care them Castorla, & Haynes, Cloverport, O., is tho guest of hor sister, Mrs. Albert Gray is a bad negro and will dlo at tho ladles only, a stamps, l'hyslclans recommend It. Forsalo by Short Addreks Pond Lilly Company, All dealer keep It. 11.00 per bottle. Genuine end of a ropo. and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Lalleist. No. j Fisher Block, Detroit, Ml ch. and crested red Hum on wrapper. VI PhysicianSurgeon. a. j. Dr J. M. Clayton, SIR KNIGHTS. mnsr, Merchant Tailor, Simons, WM m LATE Physician J. Surgeon home-manufactur- ed JARRETT, Prepare for Julius Winter & Co., Winter ! 'Old Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky Sulzer's can quote the? favorable prices on MUFFS, CLOAKS, JACKETS, WRAPS, OVERCOATS, And everything in the line! COLD-EXTERMINATORS, ZERO PRICES TEMPERATE WEARS. CLOVERPOET, You may guess the popular vote for president, but K1 that will not give you tho slightest idea ol the large amount of Ladies' Misses' and Children's Louis-visvill- e, sufTi-ring- Cloak We are selling from day to day. Hel-mett- a, The only way tq inform con- yournelf is to come nnd examine and you will be vinced, "We will receive to-da- y a new lot of very finely trimmed Reefer UAIL'UltlllUIlC. We have made special efforts in the salo of Cloaks for this season and our sales have gone far beyond our " ,'.... . M - K b V 003CE3 etrLd. LOOK. & kV B, F. BEARD CO. ) m h 1 two-hour- HARDINSBURG.TC3 east-boun- d Save Your Money I V )1I7a lIsH CASH STORE Bewleyville,Ky. No Sellers' Liver Pills. p, Credit Prices I o Everything Marked in Plain Figures. liVill give you A Blaze of Grlory, Describe) perfectly our dlipjay of DIAMONDS JEWELUY, and SILVERWARE.. To mljy appreciate what. the latest style In jewelrV are, you malt visit our establishment. This h f jj ' more ol open-hearte- d vpl Goods for your t's produce than any house that will pay DiMnond5 M tfewelryj SILVERWARE, WAT0UB6, UL00KS. Merchandise, Novelties, you nominally a Musical floods and Stationery. FaHcy bewildering aiiort'Best of beautiful arliolei W lurnlihM a magDat-whlcthe ladle would not " resist, If taey eesM, Mid eottld sot if they would. That'the foolish enough to W try t i apparent tn!ii a call at our store o 'I Which our fair customers hare taken eomnleta t Our prices are ai attraetlro ai possession. onr goods. at 3 j - higher price than it can he sold at. -- : F Repairing a Speolalty., : N. D'Hti- - trade-mul- e I pWIIUM FOR flYERV gUBSCRIBBR 1 Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to our Paid Subscribers. In - Advance We have jus-- t bought from a large wholesale Jewelry house, a lot of tripple plaited jewelry, to he distributed without reg.irl to cost to our subscribers, who pay up to dnto and one year in advance, and to every now subscriber who subscribes for one year. fine have numbered every article in the list, amounting to several hundred pieces and they will be sent out to those entitled to them in the order in which the subscriptions are received. We The Plan. THR LIST, Pkrlikl Bi5f of j4rliclc$ Given Jlwy. The jewelry is made from the best rolled gold plate and is warranted for five years. Any article that does not givo reasonable satisfaction, can bo returned and we will repair or forward a new duplicate article in its place. Collar Buttons, Scarf Pins, Ladies,' Misses' and Babies' Pins, Charms and Lockets, Finger Rings, Gents' Chains, Ladies' Chains, Silver Thimbles, Bracelets, Beads, Cuff Buttons, Pins, Studs, Etc., amounting to over 8200 for tho jewelry alone, besides other articles of Merchendise. The amount is only limited by the number of subscribers received. Ear-ring- s, Wo want to put tho News into every home in Breckenridgo and Meade counties, and wo are Avilling togivo up some of our hard earned dollars to do it. The first person sending us a dollar will get tho first article numbered in tho list below, tho next tho second article, and so on through the cntiro list. If you aro already a subscriber examine tho label on your paper and see how you stand. If you aro behind, send enough money to pay you up to date and one year in advanco, and this will entitle you to one of our premiums. Tho premiums range in price rom 25 cents to 820. What wo want is to increase our subscription list. One Novel, East Lynne, by Mrs. Henry Wood, paper One Fetters' Southern Magazino One Glass Preserve stand One Webster's Unabridgo Dictionary, old edition :, One dents' Gold Collar Button, separable lever Ono Pair Ladies' Gold Bracelets 2330 Ono Gents' Unlaundred White Shirt, Monarch 2331 Ono Novel, Tho Sketch Book, by Irving, paper .. , 2332 Ono Magazine, Current Literature .. 2333 The Origin of The Aryans, Humboldt Library, part 1 and 2 223 1 Four Copies of The Wide Awake Library, old numbers 2335 One pair Ladies' Gold Cuff Buttons 33(1 Ono Ret of those Wonderful Christy Knives. Bread, Cake and Paring given by S.L "ULZER, General Merchant. 2337 She. A History of Adveuture by II. Hider Haggard, paper . ... 2338 Her esperato Victory by Mrs. Itayne, author of "Against Fate," "What Can a Woman Do," etc 233'J-O- no Gente' Gold Collar Button . 2340 Ono Gents' Gold Collar Button, separable lover, chased or engraved. 2341 One pair Gents' Lever Cull Buttons, pearl back, gold front, set with stones, given by SMART &. CO.. prico 2342 Ono Gents' Scarf 2343 Ono Ladies' Curling Irons 2344 One Stirloin. Boast, given by V. S LONG City Butcher 2345 Ono Pocket Knife, given by PAYNE & CO., Hardware Merchants. ... 2340 Ono Gents' or Ladies' Tie, given by VEST &. SONS, Dry Goods . 2347 Ono Model Homes, showing a variety of Designs for Model Dwellings 2348-Ge- nts' Gold Collar Button 23 JO One Box (25) "Xuturul Leaf Cigars," made and given by the CLOVER- 2324 2325 2326 2327 2328 2329 Premium List : 25 25 25 1 60 30 4 5o 100 25 25 tiO 80 50 100 25 25 25 25 2 00 .... 25 15 1 40 50 50 00 25 2:150 2351 2352 2353-O- PORT CIGAR f'OMPANY A Good Smoke Ono Novel. Heart and Science, by Wilkio Collins, paper Ono pair Gents' Gold Stud Buttons, given by F. M D'HUY, The Jeweler Ono Ladies' Trimmed Hat, given by MRS H. V, DUNCAN, The Milliner no ... 125 1 1 25 00 50 50 50 Indies' Embroidered Handkerchief, given by B0WMER & HAMBLE- - 2354 2JI55 '. TON, General Merchants Ono pair Ladies Gold Cuff Buttons . . One Gents' Brilliant Scarf Pin in gold setting, given by SHORT & HAYNES, The Druggist . .... 1 00 This list will be continued in our noxt. follow. ' " More Good things to JNO. D. BABBAG-E- , Publisher, OLOVERPORT, KY. lllHIIMlllgllfMjMMtjji FJ " ik F Fresh minco meat at Cliarlio ltiedel's. JUDGE W, B, FLEMMING. Wm. J. Winter. French mustard at ICkt, per pint nt the Henry Winter. Johu M. Borntraoger. City Bakery. Tho Goo. E. C'urrio Division is InstiMrs. this. G. Stephens, of Hull, was in Ojjice vvtr J'ayvc t CVi Hardware Store. Ho and Or. Cottrell Addross a Largo tuted at Clovorport. tho rity Monday. JJLOVERPOHT. KY. Crowd oF tho Untorrifiot! of Sam Reynolds, of Borne, Ind., was in The Parade anil Darbeouo Attended by a tho city Monday. Clovorport. Fair Crowd If It Did Rain. Union Star was largely represented in tho city Saturday. ' Eloquent Words, Facts and Figures Strike Several unexpected nnd unlooked for A new roof has been put on Tom. IND. GANNEL.TON, things occurcd that had a tendency to Deep Into the Hearts of Laboring Men. For bargains ut our house. Every Suit, every Oycrcont, every Sulta mado to order in tlio best style. Tousoy's dwelling. mar tho pleasure and lesscn-th- o nttend .1)! Coleman, of Weldon. was in W. Perfect fit cuarnntced. Orders solicited, auco at tho K. P. barlecuu. last Saturday, A DEMOCRATIC FEAST. Come and jinir of Panta you buy from our stock is n bargain. tho city Thursday. among which was tho death and burial of a brother nnd tho inclemency of tho Eugene IWuchainp, of Clifton Mills, M, D. poo us this week and tako a look at the best and only real A. A, At lust there is a little political stir weather. Notwithstanding tltcso disadattended tho barbectio. of Cloverport. vantages tho entertainment may bo callclothing in th oily our own make. We If you want a sweet chow go to tho among tho Democrats Judge W. B. Flemming,of Loulsville.nd-dresse- d ed u success, ns far ne its object was conOJiceoier lircrtenriilge Hank. City Bakery and get somo taffy. n largo crowd of representative have just pinned in KojIc n new lot of Medium weight Over- cerned, but not financially. Tho George CLOVHRPOllT, KY. llobt, Moorman went to Louisville Cloverport citizens Monday night and E. Currio division Uniform Rank of Monday night to spend tho week. considerable enthusiasm was exhibited. Knights was instituted with a membercoats, nt popular prices, in handsome colorings and different Fon Salk Organ, good as new, cheap. Tho Judgo is an eloquent and convincship of 211 charter members, with a pros. W. O. Allen. fabrics. Don't fail to see our stock. ing talker, and tho powerful argument, pect of several more in the near future. U.S. Claim & Pension Agent Born, to tho wifo of Tlios. II. Moor as it fell from his lips Btruck deep into Owing to the rainy morning but few man, uct. lotn, a ooy, win. rriest tho hearts of tho laboring men who lis people gathered on the picnic grounds tened. Tho speaker confined himself before noon and as a consequence but few Moorman. STEPHENSPORT, KY. molasses mostly to tho tariff and tho forco bill. Ho dinner tickets wero sold. Largo quantiVanilla, peanut, cocoanut, and strawberry taffy rill to bo had at tho showed wherein tho Republican promi- ties of nicely barbecued meat lay untouchBRECKENRIDGE ses had not materialized; that instead of ed and was sold at a great sacrifico Inter City Bakery. wages being raised thoy had been Iov- - in the afternoon. Anaddressof welcomo Alex. Gregory, of South Louisville, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBKIt 10, 1892. oredj that protection did not protect tho was delivered by Hon. D. It. Murray in wns visiting relatives in this city Satur laboring man, but tho man ho worked his usual good style, though among his LOCAL BREVITIES. day and Sunday. for; it enabled Carnegia to emass more words of cheer were mingled those of Miss Maggie Farber, who has been wealth and gavo liliri enough power to sadness at tho loss of n brother and symGrnH.8 5c. per lb. at the City Bakery. visiting relatives in Burr Hollow, re- drive tho men who had mado him rich pathy for thoso who mourn tho death of work train lias been placed on the turned homo last Friday. The from their employment and fill their a relative. Ho was followed by Generaf road again. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Barnes, of Home, places witli pauper labor from Europe Currio in nn interesting speech, explain Mr John C. WilkerMHi went to LouisInd., were tho- - guests of Mr. and Mrs. that camo into this country free of duty. ing the sociable and charitable workings ' ville Monday. J. J. Dyer Saturday anil Sunday. It was conclusively shown that tho tariff of tho order. Both addresses wero listen.lolin Avitt, of Loililmrg, came down Misses Frankio Corbin, of Sebreo only mado tho cost of tho laboring man's ed to with close attention by nbout 500 to tho barbecue. City, and Eliza Dyer, of Iouisville, nro living greater, whilo It did not effect his spectnters, nnd many persons went away NOT CLIFTON MILLS. COMPROMISED. wages. . Horn, to the wifo of Ilastus Hall, Oct. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dyer. with a mora favorable opinion of tho K. K. J. Boaucharap has broken dirt for a In mentioning tho Forco bill Judgo P8. than they had probably entertained 15th, n lino boy. Lewis Mattingly and wife, of LouisFlcmming reflerred to the campaign of before, becauso they had novergiven tho Rov. Donnis Brings Suit Against tho new residence. for doughCome to the City Bakery ville, who had been visiting his father, Mr. J. W. Parr visited Miss Itosa Boar 1, nuts nest Saturday. 01. Mattingly, returned homo Sunday. '70, when by federal interferance, the subject a thought. Tho Cannelton SilP. C. & St. L for Damages man who was elected was unseated and ver Cornet Band furnished tho music, near Custer, last Sunday. Norman Whitehead, of Koine, was in Do not allow the accumulation of Scurf for Hi Injuries the man who was not elected was seated. and it was truly worth listening at. Tho E. P. Moscly visited his family in tho city Thursday. or Dandruff, when it can bo easily Wero this forco bill a law now, it would bamo band, witli a chang of instruments, Steplionsport last Sunday. by the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor. Bob. JoUy sold one of his farms near be possible forthese crimes to bo repeated. furnished music for the dancing, which $25,000ithe Amount Wanted Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Haddock visited Irvington last week. Mrs. Kervick, aged 55, died Monday Tho Republicans wero trying to dodge was greatly enjoyed by the young people relatives near Irvington last week. Mrs. S. IT. Lloyd, of Columbus, Ohio, morning and was buried yesterday. She the issue during the campaign, but Har- and somo that wero not so young. Upon Bov. Geo. W. Dennis, who was run leaves two daughters and several grand- rison had repeatedly recommended it in Mr. W. S. Board, Hill Grove, was the returned home Sunday. tho whole, tho day was pleasantly passed, over several months ago by tho steam guest of Miss Lula Jordan last Sunday. children. liia messages, they had tried to pass it in and everybody hopes that tho Knights Mioses Mary and Bettic Bishop are cars at Fourteenth nnd Chestnut, brought Miss Violet Miller, of Stephensport, Congress, and had recommended it in of Pythias will try it over Miss Ola May Adkisson, of Hardinsvisiting relatives in Irvington. ngain when Btiitto day in Common Pleas against tho Mrs. J. W. Jarrett and their present platform. Should they over things may bo moro burg, attended church hero last Sunday. Is there a man w!th soul so dead, that accompanied by favorable. Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Mrs. Paulman, called at this offico Satget full control of tho government the Mr. and Mrs. Lum Black, of Harned, can say "I can't tako tho News ?" Hallway Company for $55,000 damages. urday. force bill would bo passed, and then, HUDSON. Mrs. W. D. Holt and daughter, Miss petition recited that on Juno 211 attended church at tills place last Sunday. The Miss Iilleist, who has been "God bave our beloved country." Mary, of Holt, were in the city yesterMrs. J. M. Fitch and Master Velrue, lust ho was lawfully traveling on tho Whon Judgo Fleming ceased to talk, Mrs. Bennett is on tho sick list. for several weeks visiting in day. city and that the defendant aro visiting relotives in Louisville and streets of this her uncle, Mr. Chas. 1. Moorman, re- Dr. J. B. Cottrell was called to tho stand. Miss Addie nnd Ennio McGill, of When your blood is impoverished the was unlawfully running a train on Four- Auburn. Tho fame of this gifted divine is renown- Spring Lick, have returned homo. turned homo Saturday night. remedy is at hand. Take Ayer'flSarnnpa-rilla- . Frank Adkisson nnd wife, of Hardinsteenth street nnd cnreleasly ran him ed, and when ho mounted tho rostrum Dr. W. D. White will be at the Nap-pe- r Items nro very scarce at this writing. down at tho intersection witli Chesnut burg, were tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. tho people expected to hear something House in Cloverport, Nov. 1, 'J, '.), 4 though plenty of dry weather and dust. street, cutting off both his legs and ono C. Haddock lost Sunday. The grading is done and the gravel and 5. First-clas- s dentistry work done. grand, nnd they wero not deceived. For Wo are having a good school at this of his arms. It is claimed that tho deThe mill nt this placo is doing a splentwenty minutes tho most beautiful lanplural on High btreet between Second Reasonable charges. Give him a call. placo under the supervision of Miss Car- fendant never had any legal authority to did business. Mosely wishes to inform guage flowed from his eloquent lips in a and Third. Tim. Jordan, a .175 pounder from near rie Meyer. use Fourteenth street. tho public that ho still chaws "terbaker." Nov. It. N. MeNemer, of Jeflersonville, Webster, came down to tho K. P. bar- continual stream, and his auditors stood Judgo B. F. Buctner is the attorney F. Arms, of this place, is visiting his J. Tho Presbyterian church nt this place I ml., was the guest of Mrs. F. II. Saw- becue Saturday. Tim's pleasantness and in rapt attention. Ho saw in the great wave that swept oyer tho country two fattier at Shrewsbury, accompanied by for tho plaintiff. The impression has has been very much improved in looks yer last week. kindness of heart is in proportion to his year's ago only existed that this claim has been compro- by being repainted, the beginning of the end Iiis brother from Arkansas. papered and carpeted. Miss Drue E. Gregory, Mrs. Thomas size. upon very liberni terms. Louisof false political economy. His prophetic Mrs. J. F. Lanipton and children, Lula mised Itev. Georgo Morris assistedby Rov. J. Kyan and daughter, Miss Mary, went to In honor to Mrs. Frank Boyd of eyo saw a great upheavel of justice and and Frankio, of Horned, havo returned ville Post. D. Harned, will begin a series of meetLouisUllo Monday Miss Kattie Boyd entertained a right; Grover Cleveland embraced nil homo after an extended visit nt this place It is not unusual forcolds contracted in ings here tho Third Sunday night in OcMr. Samuel Bernard, of Louisville, few friends last Thursday evening. The that was grand and puro in statesmanAs this is the first timo I ever made an tho fall to hang on all winter, In such tober. was in the city Saturday organizing a entertainment was much enjoyed by ship; no man need be ashamed to walk effort to write to your vulunblo paper, I cases catarrh or chronic bronchitis aro alKnights of Honor lodge. those present and a delightful evening up to the polls in November and cast his hope my letter will not find a grayo in most sure to result. A fifty cent bottle of Thero is no use of any ono suflV ring. Mr. J. L. Gannane and wifo have re- was paased. wnen uimmboriain's ballot for GroverCleveland. Tho Doctor tho waste basket. Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy will cure wun tno cnoiera Diarrhoea Colic, Choleraand Remedy can moved to Hawesville. Mr. Gannane G. W. Stone, Pepee candidate for Cir- closed his remarks amid great cheering. Tho hop. given by Mr. J. J. Priest in any cold. Can you affoid to risk so much be procured. It will give relief in a few has chargo of the work train. cuit Judge, and II. W. Story, Republican for so small an amount? This remedy is minutes nnd euro in a short timo. I have honor of Misses Addio and EnniiMcGill, BUTTERFLY AT BALLT0WN. Dave Cunningham crushed his foot at candidate for Commonwealth's attorney, was largely attended. About fl o'clock intended especially ior bad colds and tried it nnd know. W. II. Clinton, N. J. Tho epidemic at Helmettn the Acme Brick Works one day last both of Leitchfield, were in tho city yestho people began to assemble and by 8 croup and can always bo depended upon. was at first believed to bo cholera, but week by dropping a brick upn it. terday and last night. He Discusses Politics in His Usual o'clock tho halls thronged subsequent investigations proved it to bo with nn im- For salo by A. It. Fisher, Druggist. It is a great ilnmcstlc remedy, anil should be Frank Baumann, of I'aynesville, suba violent form of dysentary, almost ns mense crowd. They danced until the Convincing Style. kipt in i'M.ry home. Mr. Norman Cheatham, dangerous ns cholera. This Remedy was scribed for tho Ni:ws Saturday, and reHARDINSBURG hour of midnight, when thoy retired to DEPARTMENT. Watrly, Suex Co., Va. who has ncer been used there with great success. For salo ceived as a premium a 50c. scarf pin. without It for twche jears subscribes to this Wishes by A. R. Fisher, Druggist. Democrats Were in Hell-Ab- uses tho dining room, and tho door of the It is too plain tonccil a ilcinonMr ttlon by chirt opinion. lie sajs: "Our family has been using great safo was thrown open and tho table L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. or diagram that Dr. Hull's Cough Sjrup is what Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup for twelve years and are the People's Party and fairly groaned under ils heavy, yet whole-som- o OOINO WKBT. It Will Be Cut This Fall. the people ntcil ctrywhcrc, for turc of bronncur without It in the house. It is invalualik. Says He is for Tom Cannon. burden, of which all partook hearti- Pstionger Daily air. Harilliiiburg..l2:42 p.m. chial uiul pectoral troubles. It is i sun cure. Mr. Alfred Mahan, a farmer about sixOno of Dr. S. II. Adkisson's teams bely, then returning to tho ball room OOINO KA8T. ty yearaof ago, who lives three miles back Misses Mattio and Eliza Allen, two came (lightened and ran away on High THE PRATING OF A DISEASED danced until a Into hour. Pastonger Dally arr. Ilanltaiburg.. 7:50 a.m of Troy, Ind., hasn't had his hair cut for charming young ladies of Hawesville, street one day last week, upsetting tho As I was one of the party, I feol safe four years. He is a Democrat of tho true BRAIN. wero visiting Mrs. J. C. Babbago last wagon and scattering a load of sand Mr. L. A.Footo is foreman of the grand in saying tho peoplo wero not weary in bluo type, and after Cleveland was defeatweek. and Georgo Wilson, the driver, all over well doing. Wo went homo feeling much jury. ed in '88, ho mado a veto that ho would Bvurow.v, Oct. 15, 1802. Weed S. Chelf, of Eliabethtown, tho street. No damage done and no Hardin & Brown have a good lino ol not havo his lulir elated over tho pleasures of a pleasant cut until a Democratic body hurt. As it is so dry hero thero had been no evening. Tho order was extremely good, Gent's Underwear. Democratic Candidate for CommonPresident was elected. Ho has kept his wealth's Attorney, spent Sunday in the Mr. A. M. Kincheloe, with L. Stein-fiel- d happenings to rulllo the serenity of our and we feel much indebted to Mr. Priest There was a big crowd on Jockey vow and his hair is almost threo feet long. little town until we had a good shower of nnd Mr. G. P. Notingham for tho music, street all day Monday. & Co's Shoo House, of Louisville, city. Ho wears it in a single plat and allows Tho Davis Sewing Machine for salo by was in the city last week in the interest rain this morning enlivening tho sweland hope that in tho near future wo may John Low is Henry in attempting to it to hang down his back. Ho comes to n Mr. Kincheloe is a tering and dusty people, and about have the pleasure of spending another Hardin & Brown and is tho best on tho town often nnd is well spring out of the way of a horse at the of his house. known throughout tho population came rushing out such an evening. is an honest, industmarket. Bennett's sale last Tuesday broke ono Hardinsburg boy, Perry county. Ho was in town tho other You can get anything you want from rious, intelligent youth, and bids fair to into tho strccte greeting ono another. I of his legs. day nnd told tho boys that ho thought he went to seo what the hub-bu- b A Prosperous House. was about Hardin & Brown in tho Confectionery would get make a god businessman. Chas. Warfield and Dr. Ilambleton his locks taken off this fall, as and, to my astonishment, found that it Smart & Co. have closed out theirstock lino. Miss Clara Davis, who has been visitcaught --' nice bachelor lish out of thero is a splendid chance for Cloveland was our Vicifimus Butterfly, who had of groceries, hardware etc., and aro Judgo Flcmming got in too lato M6n-da- y to bo elected. Owcnsboro Inquirer. Clover Cieek, one afternoon last week ing her uncle, Mr. Morgan, in this city tliomselves strictly to clothings to speak. Ho gavo away to tho canfor several weeks, returned to lijr homo come to make a speech. witli polo and line. About 7 o'clock the storeroom of Colo- boots and shoes, hats and gent's furnish- didates. A gentleman of this county who has , An Ohio lady was so frightened bjj a at Youngstown, Ohio, last Saturday. nel Knap was crowded by actual count ing goods, Mr. Smart has just returned Mr. Morgan accompanied her as far as Mr. T. Ix) wis who has been confined to oxcellont judgment remarked to us tho snake that her glossy black hair turned of tho best citizens of from a trip Eiut and their fall stock Is with twenty-liv- e his bed for tho last two months was up- other day that ho know of no pill so white as snow. It was returned to its orig- Cincinnati. the town and surrounding country. Mr. now in. Their spacious houso is chuck good for constipation, dyspepsia and on tho streets' Monday. Following is a list of the persons on inal color by Hall's Hair renew er. Burton waived tho bloody shirt a full of tho newest and latest stylo goods. tho grand jury now in session at HardD. It. Murray was appointed Common-wtaltli- 's liver complaint as Do Witt's Little Early Dr. C. E. Cox and wi'e, of Cannelton, and then demolished tho DemoTheir clothing for men, boys nnd chilAttorney protem, in tho placo Risers. camo up to the barbecue Saturday, and insburg . L. 'A. Foote, Isaiah Tucker, cratic party and wished that tho Demodren is all tailor-madand aro tho newFcr salo by Short A Haynes.Cloverport, TIios. H. Bates, Eli II. Dcano, George of Mr. Wathen who is at home sick. circulated among their old friends, and crats wero in Hades. In looking around est cuts and shades. It is gratifying to and Beard A Beeler, Hardinsburg' Ky. Glasscock, Jos. 1'. Stewart, V. A. Pate, Mr. Graham, tho county attorney, of renewed his subscription to the News. he saw a few civilized Democratspresent, tho News to witness tho evidences of Richard Burdett, Allen Adkisson, John and then he took it back and said that prosperity that aro exhibited by this en- Grayson county, was hero Monday transMr. and Mrs. 1'iank Boyd, of Louis-illVitrified Brick In Philadelphia. Lee Walls and Richard May. Dyer, acting somo business in tho circuit court. ho meant the party. Ho covered more terprising firm. wero in the city last week tho It has been five years sinco this mateA party of young ladies and gentlemen ground in a speech than the Mr. It. S, Skillinan has beon appointed rial was introduced into Philadelphia, and Kucbts of relath es. They returned homo Tuesday, Mrs. Alex. Boyd accompanying spent last Sunday evening with MissZel-h- i fastest locomotive could traverse in six trustee of tho Jury fund, Mr. W. II. Bell with scarcely ono exception tho streets Card of Thanks. Simmons, near Tobinsport, Ind. A weeks. Ho laughed at tho Third party them. Tho pessimist in his dark delusions tho former incumbent having moved out paved then and sinco with it are in as good plenty of nice fruit and a howling good for wanting to havo their "logons" and Senator Joe Blackburn was a passen- timo was and forebodings, sees nothing but ill ns of tho state. condition as whan first put down, and the verdict of the party, Misses ger on the Mr. Wesley Hawkins, of Leitchfield, these all havo foundations of gravel or mail and express Ella Dowden, Ethel Oelze, Linnie D'Huy, about two bushels of corn, two bushels of the result of all complications, whether wheat and a great big pumpkin put into Ho was formerly "rotton rock" sand. It Js nonsense to Ho shook hands with last Sunday. Ora Alexander; Messrs. Orville Gregory, a bonded warehouse, and thon goo to they aro conducive to good orevil results. was hero last Monday. several of his Cloverport friends at tho Jesso Moorman, Chas. Fallon and But while we the members of Brecken-ridg- o a resident of this county and camo over say that vitrified brick makes a bad paveSmith tho government and say they wanted dejwt. Lodgo No. 01, Knights of Pythias to visit old friends. ment, for thoro is abundant proof that it English. Oh, how us do sigh for ono of somo money. Ho thou told tho Pepee of Cloverport Ky., realizo tho great disMr. Claude Carlisle and Miss Rose those "tijieses," says. Mr. Stoy, tho Republican candidate for compurcs favorably with any improved that they wero not in it, "and it was no advantages upder welch the affairs of Parsons were married last Thuisday Commonwealth's attorney, was here material now in use. Philadelphia PubMr. E. II. Baldwin, manager for tho good no how." But in winding up on our hurbecuo wero conducted, wo bow in Monday and mado a short talk announclic Ledger. evening at tho residence of the bride's CincinnajS Cooperage Company, at the poor thing ho said, "I don't know-homeek submission to the rulings of the ing himself for that office. parents in this city. Kov. E. II. Mor- Morganfieid, was in tho city several days ull aro, but I am going to vote you Great Chancellor Commander of tho rison olliciating. A. B. Montgomery mado an ublo Demolast week. Mr.. Baldwin left hero 5 years for Tom Cannon. Stihsokii. Universe, knowing that "man's extrem- cratic speech at the court-housMonday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dellaven, of ago, and was both surprised and pleased ity is Gods oppurtunity." Wo rojoico as was packed, and he camo down Saturday night and at the improvement and progress of our Tho court-rooMort. Evans is Dead. a body of Knights, that tho resultant of scored sovernl good points for tho party. spent a couple of dayB as the guests of beautiful little city. Ho complimented Act Directly on the Liver. W. M. Evans died at his home in tho combined disadvantages brought to Conn Cunxa axd FiTin.Dnrirata, Fred's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John It. the BimcKKNidixu: Nnws and said that Louisville 'ast Thursday nt 7:10 Tho Democrats at Custer and Hudson-villSlCKlIUDACUE, JJlUOli COUO, CoXtTlTA. p. in. bear against us", was the establishment of ho had several neighbors in Morgan-tow- n DoIIaven. good speech or two thoro IIUK, HuiirxiTux, rtixt, IUlriTATiaif want a n Uniform Hank In this city. And while who aro from this county and of peritonitis. or Tim llunr. Diiirxisi, Tonnu I.ivub. W. II. Itiehardson, qf the Mr. Evans had bcon in bad health for wo rejoice, vanity does not lead us so far beforo tho campaign closes. They aro Coated Toxovb, SLtrrLinjinu, andali. every week tho Nuws went tho whole will bo to the interest of tho party. Drug Company, Louisville, called round. Subscribe for tho paper, you sometime, though at the timo his death us to misconceive tho eauso of UTOXACir. ii uiiiAsi j or tub tho favor-abl- e Biiro it tou do not "fed Tcrj well," a itngla pUl at at this ofllco yesterday and renewed Ids people, and let Mr. Baldwin enjoy tho was rather unexpected. He wasaproui-inen- t Threo hundred dollars worth of men's utimnlatci lh atomacn, rcilorca results, but attribute it greatly to subscription to tho Nisws. Ilewos lucky comforts of his own paper. Only SI a tho appetite, Impart! rl jor to tlio rrttem. tobacco merchant of Louisville, 'the aid and succor wo received from tho and boys' boots carried over last winter year, with premium. Thrycnre all dlteaics llko majrlc. Oct enough to get a riding bridle as a premiand about threo years ago handled to- citiz ins of Cloverport, to whom wo ex- by tho Cash Store at Lcwleyvillc, Ky., the right kind. BELLKRS'UVKh TUXS. Thero is no use talking, noither Harrium, woitli $1.00. Send for cltculir. SoMbrdrnxEUta. now in stock, in good order and offered son or Cleveland will bo elected unless bacco in this city. While hero ho met tend our heartfelt thanks SELLERS MEDICINE CO.,PUUturcK Pa. Mm. Bello Thomas is starting n new they tako Do Witt's Little Early Riser, and formed nn attachment for Miss Etta And especially aro wo grateful to tho at cost to closo them out. restaurant on Wall street, next door to They have n'"get there" quality possess- Wilkerson, which resulted in marriago wives of our Brother Knights for tho un- -' Joo Gray (colored) shot his wifo iicar ed by no other pill. about two years ago. I'ayno & Co's hardwnro store. Her furceasing and nmittcring efforts mapifested Gormantown last Saturday night. Joe For salo by Short A Hayncs.Cloverport Tho remains" wero brought hero Frk niture and tablowaro aro elegant and it and Beard A Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky ook's Cotton Root day and tho funeral took plnco from tho in our behalf, also arc wo grateful to Mr, has not been out of tho penitentiary but will no doubt bo a favorite resort for tho a few weeks, nnd this crime will lower residence of Mrs. Wilkerson at 2 o'clock Julius Nolte, V. S. Iong epicure. It will open Saturday night Mr. Evans was a memp, m Saturday Hall for the jnnd manly htm considerably in tho estimation of with an oyster supper. COMPOUND. ber of tho Knights of Pythias and that way they oxtenife'dfo its (heir helpful thoso wlio helped to secure his pardon. No Dr. 8. B. Adkis-son-'s Joo Nugent, ono of A recent discovery by an (lit order conducted the funeral. fell from the stable Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. stablo men, causo was assigned for tho deed, except, phyilclan, SucceiifjUlyun.il hnnbs. montly by tliouuiil of I.a. loft Monday morning before day and Dyspepsia, distress after eating, sour wo learn thut Joo's wife refused to go "t diet, ! the only perfectly KsiqiiTS ok Rvtiiiab, i seriously hurt himself. He had to be lufe Htid reliable medicine and live with him, for this ho drow his dlKOve red. stomach, poor appetite, bad taste, coate'd Brcckenridgo Lodgo No. 01, carried homo, and it is thought that ho When Baby wa alck, yc gate her Caatorla. tongue nnd heartburn aro cured by pistol nnd shot her. Ho left tho country who offer Inferior medlclnei In place of this. Ak la injured internally. Clovorport, Ky. for Cook'l Cotton Hoot Compound, When alio a a Child, aho cried for Castorla, Little Early Risers, tho famous as soon as ho committed tho crimo and tltute, or Incloto i and 6 cents Intake no iub. postage in i)vri:rM for Iron lllllrra. When she became- Mas, aho dune to Costorta, and Miss Sullle Miller, of Washington, D. lias not been heard of at this writing. letter, scaledwe will send, sealed, by return mall, llttlo pills. Use Ilrotrn'a particulars In plain envelope, to full When aho had Children, abe gare them CaatorU. rhyiicUni recommend It. For salo by Short & llaynes, Clovorport, O., is tho guest of hor sister, Mrs. Albert Gray is a bud negro and will dio at tho ladles only, J stamps. All dealer keep it. 11.00 per bottle. Genuine Address l'ond Ltllr Company, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky, end of a rope, Lailelst. No. j I'lihcr Slock, Detroit, Ml ch. and crossed red Unci on wrapper. VI Dr PhysicianSurgeon. ATjTiflRSTi J. M. Clayton, SIR KNIGHTS. a WEVEfl TOO LATE Merchant Tailor, Simons, Physician Surgeon home-manufactur- ed ' J. W. JAREETT, Prepare for A Nevs. Julius Winter & Co., Winter ! 'Old Reliable" Clothiers Oor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky Sulzer's can quote the tOTTiriVlrv nmnnn - "-- . MUFFS, CLOAKS, JACKETS, WRAPS, OVERCOATS, And everything in the linei COLD-EXTERMINATORS, I o pro-vent- ir pp. ZERO PRICES N0 2LTEMPERATE WEARS. ' on ci CLOVERPORT, K You may guess tlio popular vote for president, but will not give you tho slightest idea of1 R. that' the large amount of Ladies' Misses' and Children's Louis-visvill- e, Cloa k We are selling from day to day. Tho only way to inform con- Sot .101 Hel-mett- a, j yourriclf is to come and examine and you will be vinced. trimmed We will receive to-da- y a new lot of very finely tRl e. i r .010' Reelei expectations. Wc have made special efforts in the sale of Cloaks for sun-dow- this season and our sales have gone far beyond our 'l K g COULEE etrLd. ZL.002C- , s e, B. F. BEARD & (. CO, e, two-hour- 's HARDINSBURG.iC east-boun- d Save YoorHoney I i I STOH Bewley ville, Ky. No o Sellers' Liver Pills. ' nVl Xll V. . ' e, Credit Prices I a-- a Everything Marked in JPlaiD Figures. Will give you more open-hearte- d U al Goods produce for your than Do-Wit- t's trade-mar- any house that will pay Diamonds M flfewQlr; BlI.VIJnW.BV wa. ... ., .?, wiwnso nt nnrroW lintWUJ)Q you nominally musical Merensnaise, Novelties, Fancy A a Goads and Stationery. i Kepairincf a Specialty. V higher price than it can he sold at. CLOVERPORT. . VUVWAO, -- : Describe! perfectly our display of DIA! I In him JEWELRY, and SILVERWAIIE.. fin appreciate what. the latest styles li are. you mo.it rliit oar estatllihmen cursiou bewildering assortment of beautiful by unl furnishes a magnat-wblc- h the ladle wl Oreon resist If they eesM, and eou&Kpot .thetro would. That they, r not foolVn, try It If annorMt from a Mil A . Kkn Which our fair ouiloraa hv tiTl at tho possession. Our prices are at attf . ecu 1m onr gooui. Ittorier 4ft VfeKS; A Blaze of G-lo- "Ji w . ?. vk: isd r rM( 'ever voting. win uu I JKi f 7WF : ':' KY, e l Ienridge News. DAY, OCTOBER 20, Proprietor.. 1802. (.GIL, O. IIAIIDAOH, Kdltort and OUR OWN HENRY Wattorson, tho Grand Old Man Eloquont, Thrills tho Nation With his Silvory Tongue FREE FOR ALL fT. liocnl Time Card. a.m. kt golnc East " Eat Weit " Eait " Weit JUR " west 10,01 10.44 6.67 9.4ft 11.19 ..10.04 n.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. at Chicago. Tho Memory .of Christopher Columbus Honored as no Other Man Could "Vest's" Fine Footwear A PAIR ! CANDIDATES. OF Have Done It. WE ARE ONE NATION AND ONE PEOPLE. Vest's Elegant $5 Shoes PRESENTED FREE! fj H THE sratic Ticket. foR? rSESIDKNT, PLAIT- The person guessing nearest to the result of the vote of Breckenridge County in the coming Presidential election will receive absolutely free one pair of "Vest's" Elegant $5 Shoes. Your estimate must be made out on the blank furnished herewith, cut out, fill in with ink and mail or hand to us securely sealed in an envelope on the back of which must be written "Vest's Good Shoes." All Estimates must reach us on or before noon of the 8th day of November 1892. -- ,T0 THE.. fait t CLEVELAND, H T t I' OF NKW YOIIK. 7AI E. STEVENSON, OF ILLINOIS. r rFOR CONORKSS MONTGOMERY, iel IC $P HARDIN COUNTY. IIEXRY WATTERSON. rR. V Qll CIRCUIT JUDGE McBEATH, GllAYSON COUNTY. UiioNWKALTII'S ATTORNEY fEED S. CIIELF, OFHARDIN COUNTY. k: v: OR. r. CIRCUIT COURT CLERK s. skillman, FOR SHERIFF ,F. K. RHODES. r&X PAGES. IariuSon, tho gentlo and nmi- p of tho President is dead, and a lion is. In mourning. .The angel yisitod tho White House yester- Mng precisely at 1:40 o'clock, Rjyes of tho tender wife and Ether were closed in their etern- Surroundcd by tho grief- ' family, tho end was as peaceful l.in a sweet repose. Il bo buried Thursday morning pi Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis. c McBeath will carry this county. Rhodes' and Dick Skillman are re. Lnow ballot system is going t5 puz- - fi coons." avllanks" failed to break her re- iib Nashvillo courso, but made tin 2:03. 11 business was never better in . As usual the News has come Rill share. nnrrnt should undertake to mix Rhis year. Take it straight and Fin. to count. Amonir tha wonders of crcntivo and con structive genius In courso of preparation for tills festival of tho nations, whose formal and official Inauguration has brought us together, will presently be witnessed upon tliu margin of tho interocenn, which gives to this noblo and beautiful city the character and rank of aniarltimo metropolis, a Spcctntorlum, wherein tho Columbian eplo will Imj told with realistic effects surpassing the most splendid and Impressive achievements of tho modern stage. No one, who has hod tho good fortune to see the models of this extraordinary work of art, can have failed to be moved by the Union, which It embodies, of tho antique In history and the current In life and thought, as, beginning with tho weird mendlcaut fainting upon the hillside of Santa Rublda, it traces the strange adventures of the Gcno-es-o seer from the royal camp of Santa Fe to tho sunny coasts of the Isles of Inde; through the weary watches of tho endless night, whose sentinel stars seemed set to mock but not to guide; through the trackless and shoreless wastes of the mystic sea, spread day by day to bear upon every rise and fall upon its heaving bosom the death of fair,' fond bones, the birth of fantastic fears, the peerless and thrilling revelation, and all that has followed to the very moment that beholds us hero, citizens, freemen, equal shareholders in tho miracle of American civilization and development. Is there one among us who does not thank his Maker that he bas lived to loin in this universal celebration, this jubilee of mankind f I am appalled when I reflect upon tho portent and meaning of the proclamation which has been delivered In our presence. The painter employed by tho king's command to render to the evo some particular exploit of tho'people, or the throne, knows In advance precisely what ho has to do; there is a limit set upon his purpose; his canvas Is measured; his colors are blended, and, with the steady and sure haud of tho master, ho proceeds, touch upon touch, to body forth the forms of things known nnd risible. Who shall measure tho canvas or blend the colors that aro to bring to the mind's eyo of the present the scenes of the past la American glory t Who dare attempt to summon the dead to life, and out of the tomb of the ages recall the tones of the martyrs and heroes whoso voices, though silent forever, still speak to us in all we aro as a nation, in all that wo do as " men and women. Wo look before nnd after, and wo see folds of Time as through the through the solemn archways of some grand cathedral the long procession pass, as silent and real as a dream; the caravals, tossing tossing upon Atlantic billows, have their sails refilled from the east and bear away to tho west; tho land Is reached, and fulfilled is tho vision whoso actualities are to be gathered by other hands than his who planned tho voyago and steered tho golden bark of discovery ; the day has come to Spain at last, and Cnstllt-a- n conquests tread upon another fast enough to pilo up perpetual power aud riches. Hut even as stmnlo Justice was denied Columbus was lasting tenuro denied tho half-draw- n long-sough- t, ' : t Cleveland's . BUY YOUR SHOES OP VEST. . , :- - With the most stupendous values in Mens and Boys' artistic " Harrison's innjority will bo " " Name Town " " Votes in Brcck'enridgo County " " " ' Weaver's " " i Suits, XXdb AND P. O One Guess to Each Person. Overcoats, lM; . The above proposition is open to ladies as well as gentlemen, boys and girls, old and young, rich and poor, white or black regardless of politics. If you are not a subscriber to the News and desire a copy of this advertisement, send us your name and P. O. address and we will mail you a copy of the next issue which will contain th's ad. -- Shoes, Clovarporfc ever saw. AND WJSL- VEST & SOIDTS. A?7 Furnishings, ' Spaniard. has accepted ablican nomination for judgo of fcincory Court in tho city of Louis- aro a numberof good Democrats ird iu" "Little Suth Carolina," and irnafrom thtro will not bo so very kb I'Jlifit-l1in- t Kvid W. Farleigh We look again, nnd wo seo In tho far struggle between northeast tho tho French and English transferred to the now. ending in the tragedy upon tho heights abovo Quobec; wo see tho sturdy hata and sable Puritans In garments assail In unequal battle tho sav-ag- o and the elements, overcoming both to rise against a mightier ton) wo Beu.tlio gay, but dauntlfss cavaliers, to tho southward, join hands with tho Houndheads in holy d d rebellion. Wovnn MnoVfiiffh ianvnr tlJJJ York: making speeches for Grover id Is carrying dismay Into tno Ica'ty'ranks. r ilepubheans aro trying very hard Mk, Blaino into the campaign In fc,ut Air. wainos inclination at of tho ring. iundredtUannaversary of tho FAmericaby Columbus. And lox.tne clearing anu tno uurn- yhcapa all that time. irmbllcan Waders aro putting out irruption fund in Indiana. This ovidonco that thoy aro scared that tho g. o. p. is in danger. Fand r mockats should go to tho polls early every district in the county and begin voting. Under tho now process tho work .will be slow1, but ovory Democrat can get in hifl vote if ho will got oat in time. ""A'n" attempt was matlo to wreck an excursion train on tho Texas last wcok, by unknown parties ucttinc, fire to tho Oreon river bridge. Tho engineer saw 'tho trouble in time to provont a disaster. Kentucky was fairly woll represented at tho opening of tho World's Fair servi- cch last week. Governor Brown, Adj't. iKonerai Gross, Railroad Goniraissionor wxtepn and a number oi oinors went to tako in the sight. rT i y ;JMxis Grestism I has been a life long and la one of the 'leadinir i Vers of the country. Nothing lees than gb sense of duty to nimseii anu to tno have induced him to have gtr.aml declalred nls intention to d. Hundreds of others lng to do tho same fitA.n ld hills of New England, out of tho swamps of the Carolina; come, faintly forest leaves to tho car llko etlppod to music by autumn winds, tho drum-tap- s of tho revolution; tho tramp Israel Putnam riding of the minute-mes of Sumter's horso before: the alIoplng to the front; tho thunder of the gleam of guns in spirit-battltark's Marlon's watch fires in ghostly bivouac; saint-lik- e ranks and there, there in serried, stand on famo's eternal camping-groun- d old Continentals, "The In their ragged regimentals, Yielding not," as, nmld the singing of angefct In heaven, tho sceno Is shut out from our mortal vision by proud and happy tears. Wo see tho rlso of tno young republic: and tho gentlemen In knee breeches and nowdered wlirs who slimed the declaration and the gentlemen in knee breeches and powdered wigs who made tho constitution. We boo the little ;iatlon menaced from without. We see the riflemen in hunting shirt and buckskin swarm lrom the cabin in tho wilderness to. tho rescuo of country and home; and our hearts swell to a second and final decreo of independence won by the prowess nnd valor of American arms upon the land and sea. And then, and then since there Is no life of nations or of men without its shadow and Its sorrow 'there cpmes n day when the spirits of the fathers no longer walk upon tho-- battlements of freedom; and nil is dark; aud all seoms lost, save llbert;Tand honor, and, pralso God, our With these surviving, blessed Union. who shall marvel at what we. see today; this landfllled with the treasures of earth; this city, snatched from the ashes, to rise In splendor and renown, passing tho mind tojpreconcelve t Truly, out of trial comes tho strength of man, out of disaster comes tho glory ot tho state I Wo are met this day to honor tho memory of Christopher Columbus, to celebrate tho 400th annual return of tho year ot his transcendent achievement, and. with fit- -' ting rites, to dedicate to America and the nnlverso a concrete exposition of the world's progress between H03 nnd 1803. No twentycenturles can bo compared ta thoso four centuries, either in importance, or in Interest, as no previous ceremonial can bo compared with this In its wide significance and reach: because, slnco the advent of tho, Son of God, no event has hod so great an Influence upon human affairs as the d oovoryot the western hemisphere, Kavh of tno centuries that havo intervened marks many revolutions. The merest catalogue would crowd a thousand pages. Tho story of tho least of the nations would fill a volume. In what I have to say upon this occasion, therefore, I shall confine myself to our own; and, in speaking of the United States of America, I propose rather to dwell upon our char-actas a people, and our reciprocal obli gation and duties as an aggregation oi far-awa- y n, hoof-beater And. lo, down from tho green-walle- d stltutlon, nnd charged with tho custody of a Union upon whose preservation nnd perpetuation in Its original spirit and purpose tho future of free, popular government depends, than to enter Into a dissertation upon nbstract principles, or to undertake an historic essay. Wo aro a plain, practical people. Wo aro a race of Inventors and workers, not of poets and nrtlsts. We have led tho world's movement, not Its thought. Our deeds are to bo found not upon frescoed walls, or in ample libraries, but In tho machine shop, where the spindles slug aud the looms thunder; on tho open plain, where the steam-plow- , tho reaper and the mower contend with ono another in friendly war ugainst the obduracies of nature; in the made of electricity as it penetrates the darkest caverns with its irresistnblo power aud light. Let us consider ourselves nnd our conditions, as far as we aro able, with a candor untlnged by cynicism, nnd a haying no air of assurance. A better opportunity could" not be desired for a study of our peculiarities than is furnished by the present moment. Wo aro In the midst of the quadrennial period established for the selection of a chief magistrate. Koch citizen has his right of choice, each has, his right to vote and to havo his vote freely cast und fairly counted. Wherever this right li assailed 'or any cause wrouu is done and evil must follow, first to the whole country, which has an interest In all its parts, but most ta Involved, tho community Immediately which must actually drink of tho cup that poison, nnd can not has contained the escape its infection. The abridgement of the right of suffrage, however, Is" very- nearly' proportioned to tho ignornnco or Indlltereuco of tho parties concerned by It, and, there U good reason to hopo that, with tho expanding intelligence of the masses nnd the growing enlightenment of tho times, this particular form of corruption In elections will be reducod below the danger-Hue-. To that end, as to all other good ends, tho moderation of public sentiment must nver bo our chief reliance; for when men aro forced by the general desire for truth, aud the light which our modern vehicles of information throw upon truth, to discuss public questions for truth's sake, when it becomes the plain Interest of public men, as It is their plain duty, to do this, and when, abovo all, friends and neighbors cease to love one another less Individual differences of opinion about public affairs, tho struggle for unadvantage will be relegated to those fair who have either no character to lose, or none to seek. It Is admitted on nil Bides that the current presidential campaign is freer from excitement nnd tumult than was ever known before, and It Is nrgued from this clrcum Btnnco thnt wo are traversing tho opoch of tho commonplace. If this be bo, thank God for it I Wo have had full enough of tho dramatic and sensational, nnd need a season of mediocrity nnd repose. Hut may wo not ascribe tho rational way in which tho pooplo aro going about their business to larger knowledge nnd experience, anil a fairer spirit than havo hitherto marked our party contentions t Parties aro as essential to free government as oxygen to the ntmosphero, or sunshine to vegetation. And party spirit is inseparable from party organism. To the extent thnt It is tempered liy good sense ami goou reeling, ny lovo oi country nun integrity of purpose, it Is asnpremo virtue; nnd there should bo no gag short of a decent regard for the sonslbllltles ot others put upon Its freedom aud plainness of utterance. Otherwise, the- - Jlmnld pool of democracy womu stagnate anu we slouiu have a republic only in name. Hut we should never cease tp bo admonUbed by tho warning words of tho Father of his Country against the excess ot party spirit, u forced as they are by the experience of party warfare; n warfare happily culminating In the. complctetrllimfm of American principles, but brought many1 times dangerously near to the annihilation of all that was great and noblo In the national ro-i- Sursam Corda. We have In our own time seen ths republic survive an irrepressible conflict, sown in the blood nnd marrow of tho social order. We havo seen tho federal union, not too strongly put together in the first placo, come out of a great war of sections, stronger than when it went Into It, Its faith renewed, iti credit rehabilitated, und its flag saluted with lovo and homugo by 00,000,UOOof God fearing men and women, thoroughly recon-cllu- d and homogeneous. We havo eocn life. cCusUtulIon outlast the merely of a reconstruc-tor- y apd n presidential Imordeal n disputed count of the peachment, but electoral vote, a congressional dead-locaud an extra constitutional tribunal, yet standing firm against the assaults of its enemies, whilst yielding itself with ad mirable, ueximmy to tue needs or the country nnd tliu time. And, dually, we saw tno gigantic lauric oi tue ieuerai government transferred ..from hands that had t.nl.1 I. nllfll4i.il flf Aulltll.1 nlll.ni.nl. on clo'-was the (Kill In the Until count that a single blanket might have covered both contestants for the chief magisterial ofllco. With such a record behind us, who shall bo afraid of the future t Tho young manhood of the country may take this lesson from those of us who lived through times that did, indeed, try men's souls when, pressed down from day to day by awful responsibilities and suspense, each night brought a terror with every thought of the morrow and, when, look, where we would, there were light and hopo nowhere that God reigns and wills, and thnt this fair land Is, aud has always been, In His own keeping, Tho curse of slavery Is gone. It was a Joint heritage of woe. to be wiped out and expiated in blood und flume. The mirage of the Confederacy has vanished. It was essontlnlly bucolic, a vision of Arcadlo, tho dream of a most attractive economic fallacy. The constitution Is no longer a rope of sand. The exact relation of tho states to tho federal government, left open to double construction by tho authors of our organic being, because they could not agree among themselves, and Union was the paramount abject, has been clearly nnd definitely fixed by the three last amendments to the original chart, which constitute the real treaty ot peace between the north nud the south, und seal our bonds as a nation forever. The republto represents nt last tho letter and the spirit of the sublime declaration. Tho fetters that bound her to the earth are burst asunder. The rags that degraded her beauty are cast aside. Llko tho enchanted princess In tho legend, clad in spotless rulment, nnd wearing a crown of living light, sho steps In tho perfection of her maturity upon the scene of tills, the latest and proudest of her victories to bid a welcome to the worldl Need I pursue the theme t This vast speaks with a resonance assemblage and meaning which words can never reach. It speaks from tho fields thnt are waters of tho blessed by tile Kennebec and from the farms that sprinvalley ot tho Connecticut with kle the mimic principalities more potent and hutting thau the real; it speaks in the whirr of tha mills ot Pennsylvania and in ax from the ring of the the forests ot tho lako peninsulas; it speaks from the great plantations of the south and west, teeming with staples that insure us wealth nud power nnd stability, yea, and from the mines nud forests and quarries of Michigan and Wisconsin, of Alabama and Georgin, of Tennessee and Kentucky, far away to tho regions of silver and gold, that have linked the Colorado and the Hlo Grande In close embrace, and annihilated time nud spaco between the Atlantic and tho Pacific; It speaks in one word from the hearthstone In Iowa nud Illinois, from tho home in Mississippi and Arkansas, from tho hearts of 70,000,000 men nud women, und of fearless, thnt ono word Is "Union I" Is no geography In American manThere hood. There aro no sections to American fraternity. It needs but six weeks to change a Vermonter Into a Texan, and thore never has been a time when upon tho battlefield, or the frontier, Puritan nnd cavalier were not convertible terms, having In the beglunlngn common origin, nnd so diffused and diluted on American soil as no longer to potscHs a local habitation, or a nativity, except In tho national unit. The men who planted the slgunls of American civilization upon thX sacred rock by Plymouth bay Mure Englishmen, and so were tho men who struck tho coast a little lower down, calling their haven of rest after tho great Republican commoner and founding by Hamilton roads a nice of heroes and statesmen, the mention of whoso names brings, a thrill to evpry heart. Tho south claims I.lnColu, the immortal, for Its own; the north has no right ta reject Stonewall Jackson, the ono typical Puritan soldier of the war, for .its owul Nor will It! The time la coming, Is almost hero, when hanging above many a mantel-boarIn fair New, Knglnud glorifying many a cottagu in the sunny south shall be soon bourn together, In nverlostlruz love ami e never-falling wood-cutter's free-bor- the feuernl strain, not honor, two cross swords cnrrled to battle respectively by the grandfather who woro tho blue aud the grandfather who wore tho I can not trust myself to proceed. Wo have come here not so much to recall bygone sorrows nud glories, us to bask In the sunshine of present prvierily and happiness, to interchange patriotic greetings and Indulge good augeries, ind, above all, to Si -- JCSl. we have Is too good. From wheresoever he cometh we wel come him with all our hearts; the son of the Rhone and the Garonne, our godmother, France, to whom wo owe so much, lie shnll be our Iafayette; the son of the Rhine nnd the Mozelle, ho shnll be our Goethe and our Wngncr, the son of the Campugna nnd the Vesuvlan bay, he shall be our Michael Angclo aud our Garibaldi; the son of Arragon, nnd tho Indes, he shall bo our Christopher Columbus, fitly honored at last throughout the world. R. S. Skillman, Our good cousin, of Knglaud, needs no words of special civility aud courte from Democratic Candidate for Circuit Court us. For him, the latchstrlng Is ever on the outer side; though whether it bo or not, Clerk, of Urcckcnridgo County. we aro sure that ho will enter nnd make himself at home. A common lauguugo enables us to do full justice to one another, nt the festive board, or in the arena of debate; warning .both of us in equal tones against further parley on the field of arms. All nations and all creeds bo welcome here; from the llosphorus and tha Iilack sea. the Viennese woods nud tho Danublan plains; from Holland dyko to Alpine crag; from Belgrade nnd Calcutta, and round to China seas and the busy marts of Japan, the Isles of tho Pacific and tho capes of Africa Armenian, Christian aud Jew the American, lovlnir no country except his own, but loving nil mankind as his brother, bids you enter and fear not; bids you partake with us of these fruits ot 400 years of American civilization and development, nnd behold these trophies of ono hundred years of American Independence and freedom. At this moment in every part of the American Union, the children aro taking up tho wondrous tale of tho discovery, and from Boston to Galveston, from tho Ilttlo log school house In the wllderui-ato tho towering academy In the city aud the town, may bo witnessed the unprecedented spectacle of a powerful nation captured by F. K. Rhodes, an army of Lilliputians, of embryo men Democratic Candidate for Sheriff1, of and women, of topling lioys and girls, and tiny elves scarce big enough to lisp tho Oreckenridgo Couuty. numbers of the national anthem; s.'arce strong enough to lift the mlnlatuie flags that make of arid street and autumn wood A DIVERSION. an emblematic garden, to gladden the sight and to glorify the red, white aud far-awa- y s meet upon the threshold, the stranger within our gate, not as a foreigner, but as guest and friend, for whom nothing that In order to have you visit our store, inspect these goods and make your purchases, to do this we make this liberal offer, with every purchase of $15.00 We will pay your Railroad To Cloverport frjp& any place within 50 miles. SMART & CO., CLOVERPOKT, KY. "What cenc. of delight, what vlilom It brings Of freihneii, of gladnei and myrth, Of fair itinny glade, where the wild flower. lP'lnB, Vhoe brlghtneo cover the eajth." VICTORIA. Smart A Co., Cloverport, will pay your faro, round trip, with every $5 purchase. Deafness Can't be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of tho car. There is only ono way to euro deafness, nnd that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When this tube getsinflnmed you havo blue. Bee "Our young barbarians all nt play," (or better than these we have nothing to exhibit. They Indeed, are our crown jewels; the truest, though the inevitably, offsprings of our civilization nnd development; tha representatives of n manhood vitalized nud Invigorated by toll nnd care, of a womanhood elevated aud inspired by liberty and education. God bless the children and their mot hers God blMS our country's flag I Aud God be with us now shade and and ever. God in tho God on the highway. God in the winds and waves', and Goe?ln all hour hearts I Ilia address was dollvorod with his usual vim and vigor. Upon resuming his soat ho was congratulated by Mr. Depew, Cardinal Gibbons, und several other distinguished men In his Immediate vicinity. 1 ruof-tree'- tt A gentleman of this county who has excellent judgment remarked to ua tho other day that ho know of no pill so good for constipation, dyspepsia and livor complaint as Do Witt's Little Early Risers. Fcr salo by Short A IIaynes,Coverport, nnd Beard & Heeler, Ilardinsburg1 ky. The longest distance tlophonu In this Clil-cago. country la between New York and A aitKAT deal has been written about Autumn, both in prose and in verse, havo tho literary dwelt upon this particular season, and mndo it out the most beautiful and charming of allelic year. Autumn, when wo begin to view her properly nnd to look upon her in her best moods has somo very attractive features. Tho small boy thinks more of this season than of nil the others combined. How delightful it must be to him to tako n day or bo off und get into tlio woods when tho leaves begin to brown, and tho trees brighten through tho autumnal shade. This to him is too alluring, and causes many a hooking from school. But yet the boy is nono to blame, and ho nono tho worso for having strayed off into tho gi cat lonely woods, there to loiter, and wander about, thinking of himself, nnd nothing in particular. Tiieso aro tho best days to him, and far tho happiest of all. No ono who thinks about it for a moment, but muBt conccdo tho proposition. For many of ua woro onco boys ourselves, Tiles of I'coplo havo piles, but and when wo reflect upon theso matters, Witch Hazol Salvo will euro it brings tho question in such a shnpo as them. to leave it entirely undobatablo. For salo by Short A Hnyncs, Cloverport, Tho poet had tho correct idea of the and Beard A Boelcr, Hardinsburg, Ky. subject whon he wrote : It is well therefore as wo go pell-methrough tho busy and toilsomo cares of a day to think of that which surrounds us. To turn our thoughU from politics and things to tho nobler creation of tho mind. Ho who permits himself to bo burdened with tho doveltry that a dozen of his fellow boings may bring upon him in an hour, forgets tho higher and better instincts of tho race; that which elevates him and fits him for better citizenship. Hero wo havo tho Presidential election the groat World's Fair, and tho startling record of Nancy Hanks, all moro or less attractive in their way, but subordinate in benuty and reality to tho great revelations in Nnturo. Then in tho busy humdrum of the day wo think tno little of that which makes us wiser nnd better for living. Too mucli of our loll is for gain, and not for tho elovation of our follows. Better spend nn hour with Wordsworth, Whittier, or Longfellow, whoso thoughts reflect in us something of tho sublime, than lo tako a whole day with tho boys figuring on somo fellows election. ll a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is tho result, nnd unless tho inflamation can bo taken out nnd this tubo restored to its normal condition, hoaring will bo destroyed iorever, niuo cases out of ten aro caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tint mucous surfaces. Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for any caso of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that wo cannot euro by taking Hall's Catarrh Ciiro. Send for circulars free, F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists 75 cts. WANTED. and also shaved hoops in largo quantities. Best market For further information prices paid. call on or address, Cuas. May, Cloverport, Ky. 100,000 hoop-polo- s Do-Wit- t's Or you are all worn out, rrllr good for nothing It 1. general deMllty. 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