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There Is no way luthe world that you can your business enter- build up conftdenie so swiftly and surely as by udvcttlslt g Keep your name before the udlclouily. 111 puuuc THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOYERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1892. - Advertising Ii Not Side Isinti It uliould have the precedence of aUfl questions in me mind 01 me mcrci alinn .it success. The truly great owe their success to judlciout adve .VOL. XVII. m Irvington Milling THE SCARLET By NATHANIEL LOTH. COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom Millers, Grain HAWTHORNE. chapter'xvil Doforo Hester Prynuo could call thu raocEssioN. to- Pcalcrs and Manufacturers of tho Highest Giiades OF Roller Process Roller Process Coin ZLvdleetl Bran, Shipstuff and ' Ample capital, the best quality of grain and inodorn machinery, skillfully handled enable us to duce results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled and ful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. carepro- For anyifurthcr information call on or address" the IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. vv m& 1 If Few-Poi- nted How to make your money go wnyfj n long to buy your winter IBoots z Siloes for $1.25 wore sold at $1.75 " " 1.1)8 2.75 " box too boots for $1.08 " 2.75 A full line of shop Hindu goods. Tho Itattler Man Shoo OSc.Bolil for$1.50 Gool substantial Hull" Shoe for $1.24 $1.75 Bold lor Gcnt'b lino Dress .Shoo for $1.48 $2.00 sold for Gent's Calf Shoe for $2.75 sold for $15.75 Men's 15oot A loud or low expression of anguish tho whisper or tho shriek, as it might bo conceived, of Buffering humanity, that touched a sonslbility in every bosom! At times this deep strain of pathos was all that could bo heard, und scarcoly hoard, sighing amid a desolate sileuca But oven whon tho minister's voico grow Vo can not bo beat in styles and low high and commanding, when it gushed prices. irreprossibly upward, when it assumed its utmost breadth and power, so overfilling tho church as to burst its way through tho solid walls and diffuse itself in tho opon air still, if tho auditor Price knocked out. llstonod intently and for tho purposo, ho could detect tho same cry of paia Heavy weight Overcoats for $1.48 What was it? Tho complaint of u human, $3.50 worth heart, sorrow laden, porchunco guilty telling its sccrot, whether of guilt or Heavy weight Overcoats for $1.08 sorrow, to tho great heart of mankind. 1 $4.25 worth beseeching its sympathy or forgiveness, , Heavy weight Overcoats for $.'1.48 nt every moment, In each accent and $0.00 worth novcr in vain! It urns this profound and ' Storm King's Overcoats for $5.48 continual undcrtono that gavo tho cler$8.00 worth gyman his most appropriate power. ' ' During all this timo Hester stood; Dress Overcoats for $7.50 worth - $10.00 " 12.50 " $10.00 " Btatuoliko. at tho foot of tho scaffold. If " " 15.00 tho minister's voico had not kept her' 12.50 " thoro, there would nevertheless have boon " ' 20.00 15.00 " nn inovitablo magnetism in that spot,, whenco sho dated tho first hour of her' Ladies you will iniBS it If you do not lifo of ignominy. There was a sense visit our CLOAK DEPARTMENT nnd within her too ill defined to bo made a, nee tho many different styles. You will thought, but weighing heavily on bcr mitld that her wholo orb of lifo, both bo Euro to purchase at tho low prices, boforo and after, was connected with nt 08c to $18.00. this spot, as with tho ono point that gavo it unity. Littlo Pearl) mcanwhilo, had quitted & hor mother's eido, and was playing at her own will about tho market placo. BRANDENBURG, KY. Sho mado tho somber crowd cheerful by her erratic and glistening ray; oven ns a bird of bright pluuiago illuminates a ITCHING PILES faco. wholo treo of dusky foliago by darting "Mother," said sho, "was that tho unmo to and fro, half eccn and half concealed SWAYNE'S minister that kissed mo by tho brook"" amid tho twilight of tho clustering, AB80Lrrrir curbs, winimtni "Hold thy pcaco, dear littlo Pearl!" loaves. Sho had an undulating, but of-- , ?.TyT.OM7M.,l!'Y" iuki u whispered hor mothor. "Wo must uot tcntimes a sharp and irregular movo-mo. t'- - " i;.i--..-;- " prvirab WS1.J1 always talk in tho market placo of what It indicated tho rcstloss vivacity happens to ua in tho forest." of hor spirit, which today was doubly MfUi. "I could not bo sure that it was ho; bo indefatigable in its tiptoo dance, becauso strango ho looked," continued tho child. it was playod upon and vibrated with her Sco Pabbago's beautiful lino of fall "EIbo 1 would havo run to him and bid mothor's disquietude , oversliirta. him kisamo now, boforo all tho pcqplpj WJienovor Pearl saw anything to ex .... ZFor Olotliingr OTrexcoats- ..-..-- ... .... Geo. Yeakel Co., PILES gether her thoughts and considor what was practicable to bo dono in this now and startling aspect of nfTiiirs, tho Round of military music was hoard upproach-in- g along a contiguous street. It denoted tho ad van co of tho procession of magistrates and citizens on its way toward tho meeting house, whoro, in with a custom thus early established and ovor sinco observed, tho Reverend Mr. Dimincsdalo was to deliver un election sermon. Soon tho haul of tho procession showed itself, with a slow and stately march, turning a corner and making iU way across tho market place. First camo tho music. It comprised a variety of instruments, perhaps imperfectly adapted to ono another, and playod with no great skill, but yet attaining tho great object for which tho harmony of drum and clarion addresses it&clf to tho multitude that of impartiug- a higher and tnoro heroic air to tho sccno of lifo that passes beforo tho cyo. Little Pearl at first clapped her hands, but then lost for an instant tho restless agitation that hod kept hor in a continual cffervcsccnco throughout tho morning. Sho gazed silently und scorned to bo borno upward, liko a floating sea bird, m tho long heaves and swells of sound. But sho was brought back to her former mood by tho shiminor of tho sunshine on tho wcajxms und bright armor of tho military company which followed after tho music und formed tho honorary escort of tho proccsbion. This body of soldiery, which still sustains a corporate oxistenco aud marches down from past ngos with an ancient and honorablo famo, was composed of no mercenary materials. Itsranks wero filled with gentlemen who felt tho stirrings of martial impulso aud sought to establish a kind of college of arms, whore, as in an association of Knights Templar, they might learn tho Bcienco, und, so fur as peaceful oxerciso would teach them, tho practices of war. Tho high estimation then placed upon tho military character might bo seen in tho lofty ixjrt of each individual member of tho company. Soino of them, by their services in tho low countries and ou other fields of European warfuro, had fairly won their title to assume tho name and pomp of soldiership. Tho entiro urruy, moreover, clad in burnished steel and with plumage nodding over their bright morions, had a brilliancy of effect which no modern display can nspiro to equal. And yet tho men of civil eminence, who camo immediately behind tho military escort, wero hotter worth a thoughtful observer's cyo. Even in outwurd thoy showed a stamp of majesty that made tho warrior's huughty strido look vulgar, If not absurd. So far us a demeanor of natural authority was concerned, tho mother country need not havo been ashamed to sco theso foremost men of an actual democracy adopted into tho howo of peers or mado tho privy council of ho sovereign. Nest in order to tho magistrates camo tho young and eminently distinguished divino, from whoso lips tho religious discourse of the anniversary was expected. His was tho profession at that era in which intellectual ability displayed Itself fjir mora than in political life; for. leaving a higher motivo out of tho question, it offered inducements powerful enough in tho almost worshiping of tho community to win tho most aspiring ambition into its service. Even political power, as in tho caso of Mather, was within the grasp of a successful priest. It was tho observation of thoso who behold him now that never, since Mr. Qitninesdulo first set his foot on tho Now England shore, had ho exhibited such energy as was seen in tho gait and air wih which ho kept his paco In tho procession. Tliero was no feobluncss of step as nt other times; his framo was not bent, nor did his liai..l rest ominously upon his heart. Hester Prynno, gazing steadfastly at tho clergyman, felt a dreary iuflueuco como over her, but wheroforo or whenco eho knew not, unless that ho seemed so remote from her own sphoro nnd utterly boybnd her reach. Ono glanco of recognition, bIio hud imagined, must needs' pass between them. Sho thought of tho dim forest, with its littlo doll of solltudo and lovo and anguish, und tho mossy trco trunk, where, sitting hand in hand, thoy had mingled their sad and passion-at- e talk with tho melancholy murmur of tho brook. How deeply had thoy known each other then I And was this tho man? SlTo hardly know him nowl Ho, moving proudly tast, enveloped, as it wero, in tho rich music, with tho procession of majestic and veucrablo fathers; ho, so unattainable in his worldly position, and still inoro so in that far vista of his unsymputhizlng thought, through which sho now behold hlml Her spirit sank with tho idea that all must havo boon a dolusion, and that, vividly as sho had dreamed it, thoro n could bo no real bond betwixt tho and herself. And thus much of woman was thoro In Hester that sho could scarcoly forgivo him least of ull now, when tho heavy footstep of thoir approaching fato might bo heard, nearer, nearer, nearer for being ablo bo complotely to withdraw himself from their mutual world, whllo sho groped darkly nnd stretched forth her cold hands and found him not Pearl olthcr saw and responded to hor mothor's feelings, or herself felt tho remoteness nnd intangibility that had fallen nround tho minister, Whilo tho procession passed tho child was uneasy, fluttering up and down liko a bird on tho point of taking flight. When tho wholo had gonaby sho looked up into Hester's coin-plland, clor-gyina- idly to tho samo quarter and tormented Hester Prynno, perhaps more than all tho rest, with thoir cool, well acquainted gazo at her familiar shamo. Hcstcrsaw and recognized tho self Bnmo faces of tliat group of matrons who hod awaited her forthcoming from tho prison door 60vcn years ngo, ull savo ono tho young est and only compassionate among thorn whoso burial robo Bho had sinco made. At tho final hour, when sho was so soon to fling ivsldo tho burning lotter, it had strangely becomo tho renter of more remark and excitement, nnd was thus mado to Bear her breast more painfully than at any timo sinco tho first day sho put it on. Whllo Hester 6tood in that magic clrclo of ignominy, where tho cunning cruelly of her sentenco seemed to havo fixed her forever, tho admirablo preacher was looking down from tho eacrod pulpit upou nu audionco whoso very lnmoet spirits had yielded to his control. Tho sainted minister In tho church! Tho woman gf tho scarlet letter in tho markot place! What imagination would havo been irreverent enough to surmise that tho samo scorching stigma- was on them both! HOW WILL INDIANA GO CLEVELAND AND STEVENSON ? OR HARRISON AND REID ? i i GUESS FREE FOR THESE PRIZES FIRST PRIZE A Man's Fine Suit or Overcoat, SECOND PRIZE A Man's Fine Suit or Overcoat, THIRD PRIZE A Boy's Fine Suit or Overcoat, fluei whether Indians will go Dejucratlo or this Preldontlnl election, and the majority. The riin who flnt iendi or Mofit In the oloint gur will rccelro onok!o of -our MKN'.S UITSnr OVKRCcUTS. WORTH $ ; the tooond cloaeat sueaier will MAN'S BOIT or OVERCOAT, WORTH $20 t the third oloaett euoster will eel a K"! litiY'd rUIT or OVERCOAT. WORTH 16 i If he nmidri. the uttoi gueator may aolcct anjr other gooda In our atopic to the cnih mlue of hla roactlve priie. iii a : -- $25,00 $20,00 $15.00 CHAPTER XVIII. THE REVELATION OP THE SCAIILET LKTTEB. ANYBODY MAY GUESS ? IT DOESN'T COST A CENT, Tho eloquent voico on which tho souls ." . jl . i .;'!;;:;,: m ..'.'.'.'.'.',' NitftfftV i t . - i v .i rr.,.,-- i i Gliri stop her Golumbus. From tho accepted portrait of tho Spanish Gdvernmcnt. oven as ho did yonder among tho dark old trees. What would tho minister havo said, mother? Would ho have chipped his hand over his heart and scowled on mo and bid mo bo gone?" "What should ho say. Pearl?" answered Hester, "savo that it was no timo to kiss, and that kisses are not to bo given in tho market place? Well for thee, foolish child, that thou didst uot speak to him!" By this timo tho preliminary prayer had been offered in tho meeting bouso, and tho nccents of tho Reverend Mr. Dimincsdalo wero heard commencing his discourse An irresistible feeling kept Hester near tho spot. As tho sacred odiiico was too much thronged to admit another auditor, sho took up her position closo besido tho scaffold of tho pillory. It was in sufficient proximity to bring tho wholo sermon to hor cars in tho shape of an indistinct but varied murmur nnd flow of tho minister's vory peculiar voice. This vocal organ was in itself a rich endowment, insomuch that a listener, comprehending nothing of tho languago in which tho preacher siHko, might still havo been swayed to and fro by tho mero tono and cadence. Liko nil other music, it breathed passion und pathos and emotions high or tender in a tongue nativo to tho human heart wherover educated. Muffled as tho sound was by its possago through tho church walls, Hester Prynno listened with such intentness, and sympathized so intimately, that tho sermon had throughout a meaning for her entirely apart from its indlstinguishablo words. Theso, perhaps, if more distinctly heard, might havo been only a grosser medium and havo clogged tho spiritual sense. Now bIio caught tho low undcrtono, as of tho wind sinking down to roposo itself; then nscondod with it, as it roso through progressive gradations of sweetness and power, until its volumo scomod to envolop hor with an atmosphoro of awo and solomn grandeur. And yot, majestic us tho voico sometimes becamo, thoro was forever in it uu essential clmracter of plain-tivoncs- s. of tho listening audience had been borno aloft us on tho swelling waves of the sea at length camo to a pauso. Thcro was a momentary silcnco, profound as what should follow tho nttemnco of oracles. Then ensued a milrmur and half hushed tumult, ns if tho auditors, released from tho high spoil that had transported them into tho region of another's mind, wero returning into them-Bolvwith all their awo and wonder still heavy on them. In a moment more tho crowd begun to gush forth from tho doors of the church. Now that there was an end they needed other breath, more fit to support tho gross and earthly lifo into which they relapsed than that atmosphere which tho preacher had converted into words of flamo and had burdened with tho rich fragrance of his cs No matter who.jrou are or where yon como from. Bring or conditlona are that gnoaaea mu.t be written on the following haro only one chance. Thfgueaaing will oloao at 7 o'clock nnd with the last mall on that day. Ad.lreaa all anawera gum. Tho only blank, nnd each gueaser shall p. m. on Monday, Ootobor 31, to "OUKSS DEPARTMENT, LBVY'a, 321 WKfT MARKET, IUISVILLE, KY." Fach letter will be Indorsed with the duy and hour iflu moelpt.au thut In caae of a tie tho flnt one received may get the riio. aend In your USE THE BLANK PRINTED HERE, OR CALL OR SEND FOR OTHERS The following Is my guess in Levy's contest on the the result or the Presidential ' ' Election In Indiana: Ii Successful Candidates ' Majority , - -; - ; J f ,, v ' , . ;.....' "V ' ' -- . ; ' A-Y" , - -- Name..;. Address - ; , ....J.--;'..- :.' .', ..-'.- ''. I . ' ' ;.... ',.,,. nt cite hor over active and WaUdcnng curiosity, sho flow thitherward and, as wo might Bay, seized upon that man or thing as her own property, so for as sho desired it; but without yielding tho minutest degree of control ovor her motions in requital. Tho Puritans looked on, and, If thoy smiled, wero nono tho less inclined to pronounco tho child n demon offspring, from tho indescribablo charm of beauty and eccentricity that shono through her littlo figuro and sparkled with its activity. Sho ran and looked tho wild Indian in tho face; and ho grow conscious of u nature wilder than his own. Thenco with nativo audacity, but still with a reservo as characteristic, sho flow into tho midst of a group of mariners tho swarthy checked wild men of tho as tho Indians wero of tho land;and thoy gazed wonderingly and admiringly at Pearl, as if a flako of thosea foam had taken tho shapo of a littlo maid, nnd wero gifted with a soul of tho fca tiro that flashes beneath tho prow in tho night timo. Ono of theso seafaring men tho shipmaster, indeed, who had spoken to Hester Prynno was bo smitten with Pearl's aspect that ho attempted to lay hands upon her, with purposo to snatch a kiss. Finding it as impossible to touch her as to catch a humming bird in tho air, ho took from his hat the gold chain that was twisted about it and throw it to tho child. Pearl immediately twined it around her neck and waist with su6h happy skill that onco seen thcro it a part of hor, and it was difficult to imagino hor without it "Thy mother is yonder woman with tho scarlet letter," said tho seaman. "WiR thou carry her a message from mo?' "If tho messago pleases mo I will," nnswored Pearl. "Then tell her," rejoined ho, "that I spako again with the black visaged, hump shpuldered old doctor, and ho engages, to bring his I .end, tho geutloman sho wots of, aboard with him. Sd let thy mother tako no thought savo for herself and thee. Wilt thou vll her this, thou witch baby?" "Mistress Hibbins pays my father is tho Princo of tho Air!" cried Pearl, with a naughty smilo. "If thou callcst mo that ill namo I el ml I tell him of thcos and ho will chase thy ship with a tempest!" Pursuing a zigzag courso across tho market pluco tho child returned to her mother nnd communicated what tho mariner had .said, Hester's strong, calm, steadfastly epdnring Spirit almost sunk at last on 'beholding this dark and grim countenance of un inovitablo doom, Which at tho moment when a passage Booined'Uyoperi for tho minister and her-qoout of their labyrinth of .misoryT-showe- d iteolf, with aniunrelenting smilo riirht in tho midst of their path. Wjithlier'mind, harassed' by, tho tcr,-- . rime porpioxuy in wmcu mo sutpmasi ter.'s intelligence. iiqvol.vvod her, sho'was also subjected to another atrial. 'There were inany-'pooplpresent, from tho country round .about, wlltf had often heard of tho scarlet letter, und to .Avhoni It had been mado terrific by-- hundred falso' or exaggerated '.rumors, but .who had novor ,bohcld it with thoir own bodily eyes. .These, 'after exhausting other modes of ' amusement, now thronged about Hcstcnj Prynno with rudo and boorish iutrusivoness. Unscrupulous as it was, however, it could not bring them nearer ;than a circuit of soveral yards. At that distance thoy accordingly stood, fixed thoro by tho centrifugal forco of tho repugnance which tho mystic Bymbol inspired. Tho wholo gang of sailors, likowiso, observing tho press of spectators aud learning tho purport of tho scarlet lottor, camo and thrust thoir sunburned and desperado looking faces into tho ring. Eyen tho Indians wore affected by a sort of cold shadow of tho white man's curiosity, and gliding through tho crowd fastened their snakcliko black eyes on Hester's bosom, conceiving, perhaps, that tho wearer of this brilliantly embroidered budge must needs bo a porson-ag- o of high dignity among hor pooplo. Lastly tho inhabitants of tho town (their own interest in this worn out subject languidly reviving iteolf by sympathy with what thoy saw others fool) loytnj tx-'eabo-calf a Date ; In tho opon air their rapture broke v into speech. Tho street and tho markot placo absolutely babbled from sido to sido with applauses of tho minister. His Orders for blanks must contain n one-cestamp for postage. hearers could not rest until thoy had told ono another of what each know better than ho could tell or hear. According to thoirunited testimony, novcr had man spoken in bo wise, so high and bo holy a spirit as ho that spake this day, nor had inspiration ever breathed through mortal lira more evidently than it did through his. Its influence could bo seen, as it were, descending upon him and possessing him and continually lifting him out of tho written discourse that lay boforo him, and filling him with ideas that must havo been as marvelous to himself as to his audience His subject, it appeared, had been tho relation between the, Doity,and the communities of .mankind, with a special reference to tho Now England which thoy wero hero planting in tho wilderness. And as ho drew toward tho closo a spirit as of RSXjBvOTfjDvIxjR prophecy had como upon him, constraining him to its purposo as mightily as tho old pronhots of Israel wero constrained; only with this differenco, that whereas DIJTYyouowoyourseirnudfhm-l- y to set tho beat Taluo lor your money, thoJowish seers had denounced judgeconomize In yourfootwenr by purclimlntr ments and ruin on their country, it was W. Ii. Jloagjna Bliocn, which represent tlie bt'Ht yuIub his mission to foretell a high and glori- will testify.fur prices asked, as thousands ous destiny for tho nowly gothered peo-pl- q $5.00. 00 of tho Lord. 5. 4 9 50 aHK nt thought LEVY'S 3S1 WEST JimJ2 -iUpig LOUISVILLE? GREATEST CLOTHING HOUSE, - TEMPORARY QUARTERS- l MARKET. Aft"v"flv'MPv',l cONciuilKI) NEXT WEKK. 43.50 WM,, r ffMJUMt' 44.00 THE BEST COUCH-CMRE $2.50 $2.00 1 nn udies 42.25 42.00 FOR 42.00 41.75 FOR llflr BOYS and anodyne expectorant, THE wmsm . cen-FlWn- .."Mtn Jfflfcski. 41.75 g! L. DOUGLAS Grover Cleveland told Adlai StevJ SHOE that it is a positive fact that he overl BEST SHOE are of OTIlKIt Hl'ECIAIVTIKB repretent a tbe and far that and Benjamin Harrison tell Whitelaw Refd are TAKK HUltSTITIITE. James Jt$. Weaver had stated m the L. Douglas, Brockton, Mais. soothes the Ky. inflamed membrane llotvmer it lluinbletnii, ence 01 j as. ur. jd ieia tnat j onn Joiawe and. induces sleep. .TAX PAYERS. J. B. Cranfill heard Thos. L. Carter, 1 man of the JNationalKepubucan Coj Prompt to Act Tour taxea have since lit February, day There a ba. and W. H. Harrittv, Chairman of sure to cure. the and State 1st, or amount muit paid tional Democratic Committee say, tl W. AVER'S $3 Cherry Pectoral , IK THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. In footwear money value aarae high (Tads, beyond the prices charged. Bee Dam prtco atamped on bottom of each shoe. NO Bold by V. Cloverport, Nursery POLK'S mm HeadqqnrtcrB for all kinds of been due for 18V2 1x91, will be of November anco due County be 1892, $27,000, which nn r before that date, and we tnuit collect the tMxex now pait due to meet aald demand. Tbe law provldea that 0 per cent, ahall bo added to all taxei unpaid on tbe lat day of November, an I8S2. And In order to give tbe portunity to aaro said additional per oent, and cost of collection!, I or one of my deputies will meet them at the following times and places to recelre and colloct taxes; and all persons falling or refuting to meet ui at the appointed times and places may expect to be r.qulred to pay tho additional prr cent, and all coat of collections aconrding to law. Our time la short for the collection of this money, an don't ark us to wult any longer ; we can't do It. Meet us promptly and pay your taxes. Let no man say this notice is not Intended for him, for It Is intended for every man that Favorite Stoves and Rai Sell easier and give better satisfaction than all and aro made at By tho othal PIQUA, OHIO, on earcn. Favorite Stove and Range Coni Who have the model stove plant America, the greatest country. nnei us taxes, W. MUMSEY. U.6. B. 0. Send in your orJ. B. IlIOOS, D.S. 0. K. A. ULASriCUCK, D. S. B. 0. ders soon, so that SALE. there will be no de- SHERIFFSof sale No. 31261 By Tlrtue of an order directed to me, whlob Issued from tbe clerk's lay. office of Jefferson court of Common Please In D. J.8. DrJERNKTTE.S. D. 0. PAYNE & CLARENCE Short-Ha- nd Cloverport Ky, Type-Writing. M. GORDON, Instructor In REMEMBER Fall Planting; IS THE BEST. Don't delay until Spring, what you aught to do this Fall. W. H. Polk &Bro. i TOBINSFORT, If favor ol J, Ilertiman k Co., aealnat Uoodinan and Klein, I, or on of my deputlra, wilt on, 'Friday toe zb day 01 ueiooer iov. oeiween the hours ol 7 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clxck p. n at Bhort 1c llajnt'a drug store, Cloverport, Breckenride County, Kentuoky expoie to 1'ubllo Sale to the higher! bidder, tbe follow lug described property or an uiuoh thereof as may be neoraaary to satlafy PlalntllTi debt. Interest and ooats, to wit. a stuck of goods cunilitlng of clothing, hats, shoea, dry g'xxla, notions and all other propert; attached In thin action belonging o the defendants, Uooduian k Klein,belnr;the sain- - property irbloh Is now in the possesion of thu Sheriff nf llreokonrldge county, aald prnpeity ahall first be sold In separate pureels and then as a whole levied upon as tn property of Quodman & Klein, ale will bo made un a credit of 3 Terms months, bond with, approvod security required, bearing Interval at tbe rjito of 0 per cent, per annum, from day of sle( and 'having )hu loroe and effect of a Replevin Uond J 8. DeJERN and System, Ctlgraph and ltemlnj;UnTYH," wrltem,-- , The only College In the State of Kentucky tndorsad by . Official lie Totters. Established In i5oi, and during the first year one hundred pupils were enrolled. This speaks for Itself, We get you a situation as soon na you become competent to hold one, Itcferences Charles A. Graham and Clarence E, Walker, the leading Official Stenographers for the city. Write to them for Information, I'or catalogue address, -- Also (In connection with Weaver's Business College.) llook.keeplng, Penmanship and Arithmetic. The Graham !fii 19 .--. rraE si t It. laasitl't "BV.&. ri c "uef f , CLARENCE M. GORDON, Cor. Fourth & Market Sts, LOUISVILLE, KV. if -- y, jf sWa w FVv,W -- pjufys-w H .r Wwyywftn'n).. ,t.- ge News. rromsu l'o, ! ! isi2. 1IZ it Barnott can an Intellectu- fould-B- o Con- - lan. MOEE IN IT 'N BBIT. 11 fl i, ily nroso in thu X Rut auditors who lis- ftof the Republican 3 ) in this, tho Fourth down in the Incu- 41..$ ' wathis: "Is Bur- bk ' a 1 ItiiltihiiiiA r,B..UUU..U.l-auU.- ;of ignoramuses? fcu most coinpUto from i! that over full ft n i who ntti'inptod nnd is .city. Itwnsuo- (jence, point or pith Also staU'ini-nt- s does that eery'leading Democratic paper In tho Stato predicted that just Ihes things would happen if tho new Constitution was adopted as recommendi'il, but pushed on by tho Kcpub lean doiiiiinogi'rt nnd Third patty calamity howlers thu instrument was adopted, and now they fry to shift it oii to other shoulder. But of all tho wild expressions that the speaker mado, when he said that was going Republican, he made tho wildest. In dead hard earnest, lie actually said that tho reason the Sentho election bill ate would not ;was that they know that Kentucky was going Republican and it was a set up job to havo the election declared unconstitutional and thiis havo tho vote thrown out of tho electoral college. Ho actually believes that ho will bo elected himself, and says that when ho gets to Congress that ho will reflcctall credit possiblcjupon tho Statu that sent him. Republicanism was puro and unadulterated Democracy; tho Democratic party had departed fiom tho paths of its forefathers; the man who casts his ballot forllarrison iiudRclii was a a JefTersonian and Jacksonlan Democrat, and tho man who voted for Cleveland and Stephenson was a Calhoun and Jeff. Davis Democrat. not very pleasant to cough and luck, a1n In chest and luck, M;iny people could stop It, for sure Ily simply using One Minute Cough Cure. For Balo by Short A Hayues.Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardiusburg, Ky. ADVERSE FATES. "1 urn listeiiin-- j to you," raid Annclla, boiiiling her blond littlo head nnd Mario felt that her slender baud trembled in his. Who was Annclla? Tho beautiful widow of Count Uiumml had found her ono day, palo, desolnto and exhausted, besido a dead woman in n squalid, dark room. That doad woman was tho nunt of tho count-- ' ess and tho mother of Annclla, and the poverty which surrounded her was the sole inhcritanco of the fair young girl. Countess Qiuinmlrlch, admired nnd courtod by tho flno flower of aristocratic salons, lived upon vanity and coquetry. But in spite of that sho had a morsol of heart, and poor Annelln's little white faco had tho power to draw two beautiful tears, moro lucent than pearls, from her great, black, enchanting eyes. It tho baron, tho viscount or tho mnrquij could havo soon thoso two pearls, surely thoy would havo loved her oven more than thoy did bo compassionate nnd tonder did sho seem atuid the triumph! of her happy youth. That samo ovening Annella reposed in n soft bed, under a counterpane of pink silk, whilo at tho balcony window, that she had loft partly open, tho moon peered in and laid a tint of pallor upon tho roso rod divans of tho elegant little room. Two years passed after that first tranquil bleep. Annelln's beauty, which early privations and sorrows luul almost with crcd in tho bud, bloomed again as if by magic. It was a plcasuro to seo the radiant girl: a slender littlo person, but with perfect curves of outline, tho bust full, the throat of admirable softness, nnd tho littlo head oh, that dainty little head was liko an artist's thought! Like a golden wave, tho curling hair, which Bho woro unbound nnd floating, rippled down her shoulders; her eyes laughed with tho color of tho clear hoavons under arching, delicate eyebrows that wero black against tho whiteness of hoi forohead and gavo a resolute expression to her beautiful countenance. Hci small, rosy mouth was always cmiling, it was but a languid smilo and tinged with an expression of melancholy oi bitterness. Now, nf tor having sketched Annella'i gi'accful figure, it Becms strange not tt bo a bio to givo it n background of bright colors. Wo know how much a brilliant sotting adds to a gem, and certainly the Countess Oinmmi's beauty gnined greatly by tho luxury and richness of hci dress and surroundings. A fashionable dressmaker, an nrtist in his lirio, dressed hor with Parisian taste; a skillful young woman, who was maid, and confidante together, combed tho wealth of her dark hair that touched tho floor and adapted to her shapely person stuffs, colors, flowers and jewels. From their hnnds the countess issued a truo goddess oi lovo, and her shrino gleaming with Bilks, marbles, silver and crystal increased tho enchantment and renderod hor marvelous to tho eyes of visitors. Poor Annella! so simple in her little muslin gown; so timid in that rich houso, not her own, how could sho contend for tho palm with that superb queen? And it is no new thing that the bright rays of the moon dim the placid light of the quiet stars. So tho hundred gentlemen thut flocked into 'those gilded rooms. had eyes only for tho beautiful countess, and if thoy deigned to bestow n passing word or look on tho timid girl, that was merely an act of, homage to the reigning lady, homngo that showed their admiration for her charity to a They nil know, and from hei own month, too, tho countess had taken tho forsaken orphan to this beautiful homo and changed her sorrow to happiness. But was Annella really happy? Her young heart thirsted for lovo. In her childhood sho had been tho one treasure of her poor mothor, nnd though sho had often lacked bread, air and sunlight, caresses wero nover wanting. She know tho sweetness of a kiss into which is transfused all a loving soul; she knew tho dual lifo, tho breath mingled with anothor breath from a breast palpitating with tenderness. Yes, her mother's lovo had taught her all theso things, nnd taught them to her In poverty. Then came fine times, abundance of everything, new nmusements overy day nnd eyory honr, noisy gayetios and the luxury of carriages and dinners. But Btrango to say, amid all this laughter ot life, her heart was narrowed, closed. Sho indeed no longer suffered from hunger, cold or fear of worso misfortunes but henceforth sho had no ono to lore her, nor a slmplo object to call forth her own lovo, though sho felt nn ovqr powering need to bestow on aomo one all her warm, impassioned soul. At first sho had tried for thisoxchang of affection with her cousin, tho magnificent countess. Alnst sho had found her kind, courteous, generous, but frivolous, full of herself and her attractions, nnd incapable not only of fooling lovo, ( but oven of comprehending it. Discomfited, Annela had looked about her, and amid that array of faces, coats nnd decorations that mado a circle around hor beautiful cousin sho had Bought and sought. An odd girl I She u had actually found thoso polished empty and nnsympnthotlc, 'although finely clad and unexceptionable from top to toe. How .could shojiaye dared to raise oven her thoughts to the heights on which thdy moved? Which of Jhem would have deigned to descend to her, a poor littlo orphan, sholtered by tho pity of her cousin? Thus set apart and avorso to all flatteries, sho led her own lifo, amid tho festivities and tho constant nolso and confusion of tho houso. But ono evening sho discovered among tho crowd a newcomer blond niid handsome like horself, and liko horsolf sad, timid and embarrassed. At once a secret sympathy attracted hor toward young Mario, It seemed to hor that bIjo might bo able to comfort him with her words, for surely ho cherished , a deop sorrow in his heart, since his fino faco nover brightened with livoly color, and his ejea often glistened' as, if with tears. He welcomed sympathy bo eagerly that It nppoarcd as if ho Bought her, as if ho camb' solely for her 'sake. And thoy soon talkod freely togother. After their fjrstf mooting, which' was full of embarrassment to both of them, they passed all tho recaption ovonlngs of jtno splendid countess togothor. AnnolW always awaited him with Indescribable emotion, and when sho saw him appearing in tho doorway, diffldont and shy, all 'hor lifo was concentrated In her lioart, that beat, beat as If it would buret' ita bonds. Then with studied carelessness he wandered through tho rooms until he succeeded in placing hlmeolf at Ti'or gen-tlomo- It'i To Buffer find deci'ptlvo assor- and cheap. lylnK fn factit would havo lean harrangue, only , most typical of all lifcl WHO LOVES HORSES LOVES WOMEN. out with thontatti- - fl LEJ 3T ra, apt liko to talk ahout ybddy already under- (forgot himself and tie- trt of his speech to subject, as lie term- m had fulfllled.overy EUnd ever niado to tho 'ley bill waseverythinR churned for it; it woro employment to Fand hichor wanes, this Lpromised to givo the pods, this it had done. ii not know that them than 500 strikes in the ice tho pass.igo of the account of the reduc- thousands of Ameri- I been driv6n from their iiko dogs, and their 'h driven from comforta- io room for foreign pau- Ihought that the Clo-ro too. ignorantlo know lose tl)Jngs. samo old falsa statc- igner'paid tho tax. and hiffduty iteuabled tho Lr to get his plant start- Irauld mako so much uh so fast that' other pi to tho same business Pjition would bring the t Barnctt insulted tho by presuming that ftftnt as not (o know that L manufacturers on tho fusts and combines and lap, ana tnereoy rob tne L'ht, have been that he ,he fact liimsclf, and it is fmtico Jhat we givo him 0 doubt. find provisions of tho Mc- tnu ono mat put sugar Jt'had so cheapened tho AtnoYy 18 or 20 pounds couiu oo uougm ior a shing of tho article had lollars into the Amori- jU. ,cold facts and good te, but it ilia not nai- ' the iiotvntmosphcre lowlucoutof the samo lomcnts before. led over tho Forpo bill ty touching tne iiigu ting of any consequence; ho campaign at all; the not caro particularly Iliad been defeated in a Ito; it was only a scare- unlqcratfl wero using in tfrlghten tho peoplo,and 'loularly worth noticing. Vith.Uio other insults that una ptm.upon ma a 'Awt pcopjo did not uinuioiaco. iioiuougiu Hnow ., T tlTkrrison had t. l.in i .i:n-..,sages to Congress; ho know that H had IllLAuVnot House, and' aw uy a boiiu icuio-h- y two or three falf-lio thought tnat ihat this bill was re present Republican they did not know Iver hero in Indiana, n1 fow Kepubllcns, wero citizensof Perry coun- ng that fedoral ftho polls; or, it might bo, (Jtt has only fed his mind ijepublican campaign liicra- himself, may bo ignorant oi . It is probably right, that again givo Mm tno bonoitt oi recomraend-,t!S- bull-doze- tild iWjua galloping over tho forco bill lOlifraMqr tho speaker to Vavo Con Milked by Mucblne. oily Bhlr and ho grabbed that old A machlno, it is claimed, that will, and pavo'it such 'a. 1 garment ng as it had not received for many milk thirty cows in ono hour nnd do it Twenty-Av- o years ago tho. twists so easily nnd nontly that tho cows will scarcely know it has been invented in irks and turns ho gavp her would Glasgow. Tho machino is constructed cen In tho most approved stylo, on tho vncamiivprinclplo, nnd whon adthis enlightened ago itwasvory justed to the cow tho milk flows in a Ing, Ho was actually asliamcuoi continuous stroam and the machino does r lip nppologizea by saying the work without assistance. The con ho that was waving the trivanco is largely used In Scotland, and demlit Henry Wattereon, And its practicability has been long ago onstrated. Tho greatest objection to its snapping1) iuiu uni.iua tho machino by fanners will probably tfcraon and John Q. Carlisle bo ltd price. It Is valued at $35 in Scot,V., 'i,.,. Tf add $45, the f,"r,i,o' olalirriiR'ht qlvcrv land, cost dntios New York making tho Telegram. fabio $100. the total wtfry thu iiBii masuii. There Is no usa talking, neither Harritt drifted Into ftate son or Cleveland will bo elected unlesp Htlcs. Ho Inyed all they taku D? Witt's Littlo Fjirly Risers. rQ now' lMvlngt Tliey havo rf"get thero" quality possess- il lie nn ntlier tilll. thing! . . nt 111... l jyn nonce TT iiBvneH,jioverH)rt I'erlinps Some Girls I.noU Unhuppy Hpomlon., but Don't ll Too Sure. Tho usually apparently ondless stream of wagons and carriages, two whoolors, drags and sulkies was filing along tho west Bldo diivo in Central park, nnd a vrfdo awake citizen was seated bcaido a roportor looking on, when the wido awnko citizen rolicved his mind by this speech: "1 nover can understand tho wtiinen and tho horsey men how thoy get along togother. Several things aro pommon to most mon who aro what 1 call addicted to the horso. They cither wear tho most peculiar and pronounced hats and coats that attract attention from afar, or they pay no heed at all to dress though thoy nro and look shabby-everich. Next, thoy are rough in Bpcech and often profano. Then again they nro so fond of what is called 'talking horso' that uiniiy of thofn seem to warm up on no other topic. But Inst of all, thoy aro all fond of women. That ia no now discovery of mine. I suspect that, though women wero men's first companions, tho horso has been coupled with woman in man's admiration over sinco tho quadruped attained sufficient development to create tho race of horsoyuion, and it has long bcon a rulo that tho men who love horses nro also especially fond of women. But what I can't understand is what fun tho ladies get out of tho situation. "I sit hero in tho park on every fino day and study tho caso. The horsey men do not talk t6 tho women besido them. Thoy aro tho most tircsomo companions in the world. Thoy, never, as a rule, know anything about tho- scenery they aro passing tlirongh. Thoy seo and enjoy nothing but tho horso they nro driving. They sit bent up on their seats with a rapt or a stolid expression of faco watching tho animal thoy drive. Whether there is a magnetic tingle in tho reins, such as wo fishonnon foel in tho polo that is tugged by a trout, I cannot say. "Either that or tho mero delight of watching tho riso and fall of tho horse's back as it warms to its work suffices to satisfy tho man, and thero ho sits, silent and cngroasod about as admirable a companiou to tho woman by his sido as a mummy or a stntuq, but that is not all. no has tnlcen tho precaution to put on big goggles to protect his eyes from dust nnd flying stones nnd clots of dirt. She cannot so disfigure herself, and theroforo has to hold her head down and strain tho rim of her hat to mako it help protect her faco. Sometimes sho has all sho can do to koophor hat from blowing away. What fun any woman gots out of suqh a companionship is moro than 'I can sco. "But," said tho wido awako man. 'I was onco speaking to a woman of this view of the caso, and sho plunged lrio doepor into tho mystery. 'A man with a horso has a tremendous advautngo over those who have not got horses in gaining favor with young girls,' said she; 'a horso will cover many deficiencies in a man, and a girl will tnko him and drop a dozon bottor fellows.' Why?' I asked, 'nro women so fond 'of horses? 'Well,' she replied, 'thoy liko men who own horses; such men nro not so numerous as thoso who don't.' "Now York Sun. Is an EInpament Ever ISxcusableT I should hesitnto to Bay that an elopo-meis nover excusable, but It is very raro Indeed that tho evils resulting from not marrying would npproach in consequence thoso resulting from a marriagt entered into under circumstances which mado nn elopement seem necessary. I bolievo In early marriages, bnt 1 also that ovory influenco should bo placed about that sacred institution to keep it pure nnd holy; that nono should enter into it "lightly or unadvisedly." And it would bo usually safer to post-pon-o a marriago until objections could bo ovorcoma rather than to ran the risks nttomllng an elopement. It is a great temptation to a bad man if n woman is willing to enter into a secret marriago, and an elopomont partakoi of that secrecy.- - I certainly do not consldor this an ldlo question, but ono which calls for much thought. "Mrs, Lyman Abboti In Ladles' Homo Journal. Bo-bi- nd n nt bo-llo- ihn l.iftfc rrnpnfjt wnrn nlmnf. fn lonvft. . Mario had told tho story of TiiS life ' his poor lifo of. discomfort and isolation. Ho, too, was an orphan, brought up by strangers who hnd speculated upon his talent. By forco of study and effort ho had at last mado for himself n position that had enabled .him to domand his llborty in oxchnngq for a monthly payment. Never, poor soul, had ho tasted tho sweetness of mutual Iqvo. Annella, In Jigrsecret heart, rojoiccd at all this. For would it not bo Her prlvjlcgo to givo him the delights that ho had nover experienced,- - her task to make him forget tho bitterness of so many years, and to roward him for oil his sufferings? At nfght hovf many dreams of this kind peopled tho virginal littlo room of tho young girl, nnd in fancy sho saw herself ulrcady an adored wifo, clasped to tho gcntlo and noble breast of her beloved Mario. Ono thing, however, preoccupied her mind. When she mot Mario for the first time it cloud of sadness had voiled hla attractive countenance, a sadness behind which Bho had perceived a deeply wounded heart. Of that wound Mario had nover spoken to hor, hut tho cloud had not passed away, notwithstanding the love that Aunella breathed toward him from her oyes, her binilc, her entiro personality. And then, too. thero was something clso that sho would havo wished Indeed, sho expected it every ovening, nnd nlwnys vainly tho final outburst of Mario's love. Ho loved her oh! she was sure of that but why did ho not tell her so? Of course, natural timidity--th- o fear of troubling her simple life. Ho was so noble, her Mariol But finally ho must explain himself. Ohl and sho would not stammer in giving him n favorablo answer; such a yea woulde8capo hor lips and then what mutual joy, what warmth in. their future talks! Then sho would bo obliged to tell it to hor cousin, nnd the kind countess would willingly consont. But why did ho not speak to her? Ono evening when thoy wero alone In tho shadow of tho littlo yellow drawing room Mario Btiddenly let himself go, seized her trembling hand and murmured to her, "1 will 1 must speak to you at lust!" And Annella, bending her fair head and almost suffocated with emotion, replied, "I am listening to you!" "Dear Annella," Mario began, "have you nover asked yourself why I first camo to this house?" "How should I? Chanco perhaps," murmured Aunella, hardly ablo to contain her joy, whilo her heart cried out tho answer, "For mo, for mo alonol" "It was not a chanco, no I camo here 1 conquered, led by passion nlono. loved and was wild with pain beforo I sot foot insido the houso," declared Mario. Annella trembled, not dnrlng to interrupt him, but sho would havo liked to t fling herself upon his let ting, him finish, and to say to him amid a world of kibses, "Hero is joy for you!" But he continued, "I loved, and today 1 lovo more than then; I suffered, and today I suffor more than over." The girl started and looked, wild eyed, at his faco. Why did ho speak of suffering? Hnd ho not understood her great lovo? Or was, ho feigning, perhaps, in order to hear her confess it ? "Dear girl," and hero Mario caressed her hand, "you iudicd have comfoi ted me, you havo helped me to bear my grief; but now my anguish has reached tho last degree 1 know that my love will nover bo returned." "No, no; you mistake!" Anolla involuntarily interrupted, bending toward him. "I mistake?" ho vxuluhued, with hope beaming in his glance. "Why do you Bay so? Do you know who It is that 1 lovo?" And Annclla, shamefaced and confused, stnmniured. "I Imagine." "Well," continued Mario bitterly, "if you know whom I lovo you will havo 6een for some time that she not only does not even dream of this tempest in my soul, but sho would never imagini that ono so low would dure to lift his eyes to her." What! Was ho going mad? Why did ho talk of descending? And tho girl, profoui.dly troubled, asked him quickly: "She! WhoV" "Your cousin;1 tho countess, of courso.'' "Do yon lovo her? Hor!" And Annclla could say no moro. Sho folt a chill liko ico through hor veins, a ring saw sparks, shad ing in her earai-sh- o ows, boforo her oyos then nothing. Whon she camo to herself sho was upon her bed, with the beautiful countess bending t littlo uneasily over her. "Oh, what was tho matter?" asked tho countess; "havo you quarreled this' neck-withou- OXR'AFFES IN EUROPE. THE DIFFICULTY OF OBTAINING THEM FOR EXHIBITION. mm I ! Was tho first to Import Jullns TIimii for the AiiiiiKotnout iinil Entor- -' tnlnmnnt of the Human I'oputnoe. England Saw ftevornl In 1830. ' POUNDS OOO DAILY ! I i.i -- ovening?" quite herself. "With Mario, with your Impassioned Mario, who, I hope, will decide to ask mo for your hand." "Ah!" exclnimed tho poor girl, "Mnrto . loves only you." "Mo!" replied tho countess, with a haughty mien. "What a stupid man!" And sho wont to tho mirror to nrrango tho corsage of tho scarlet gown that set off tho inarblo whiteness of hei5 perfect shoulders. Annolla buried her face in tho pillow, and drenched it with scalding tears. Translated, the Italian of Erminla Bazzocchi, for Shon Storios, by E. m a. "With whom?" Bald Annella, not yet Any one In possession of 15 cents can go to thr nearest dealer in medicines and procure a bottle of SalvatloriOflnnd tic cured at once of Ithcu-mntlsneuralgia, or any pain or ache. "" 1 1 tu IIcvo tried almost every known remedy for Itching Piles without success, finWhat shall U profit a man If ho gain ally bought a box of Do Witt's Witch D. Has-kln- s, thp wholo world and than has'tho dys- Hazol Salvo, and It cured mo. C. Peoria, til. For Balo by Short & pepsia so bad that ho can't enjoy any of Haynea, Cloverport; and Bean! & Beeler, tho good things It contalils?' lid won't' Hanlinsburgj havo dyspepsia if ho takes Do Witt's Littlo Early Hlsors. Probably tho estlinnfo' of tho earth's For salo by Short A Hayne8,Cloverport population for tho year 1891, mado by a learned German statistician, la tho most and Beard it Beolor, Hardlnsburg, Ky. nearly accurato of any yot mado 1,480,- 000,000. Marrluce Records I" South Carolina. Tho bank capital of Boston at tho 'beSouth Carolina Is tho only etato in tho Union In which no official record of ginning of this century, including a marriages is .kept. Charleston News branch bank of the "United States, was about 13,600,000. and Courier, Lnbouchere'a Narrow Escape. Labouchero was in Mexico during tho robellion, and ho thought ho might serve humanity by secretly giving both belligerents good advice. Ono night, as he, approached tho tank of ono of tho two generals, he heard tho voices of theso rival pretendors In converse Creeping clobo to tho canvas ho listened, nnd discovered that thoj had" agreed upon a truco in order to hang'him In the morning as an example tb both armies. In the morning, howover, this misunderstood mutual friend had naturally disappeared. Cor. Now York World. Tho first giraffe Been in Europo sinco tho tertiary opoch was obtained from Alexandria- - by -- Julius Ctesar and exhibited at tho Circenslnngames to crowds who expected from its qnino, "caraolo-pard,- " to find In it a combination tho Bizo of a camel nnd tho ferocity of a panther. Pliny, who described it, echoed tho public disappointment. "It was as quiet," ho wrote, "us a sheep." Tho trade probably- reached its maximum after it becamo tho fashion to exhibit eombnta of wild beasts at Rome; yot even then giraffes seem to havo boon Bcarco In tho populnr shows, though Pompoy could exhibit 500 lions at a tlmo, and tho Emperor Titus, nt tho dedication of his now theater, caused tho slaughter of 15.000 wild beasts. Eithor tho number of wild animals in tho provinces must havo been beyond anything Binco known, or tho Romun governors must hnvo used their despotic powers freely to obligo their friends. Despots aro tho best collectors, and from tho fall of tho Roman empiro till tho arrival of thoso placed in tho zoological gardens in 1630 the rare appearances of tho giraffo in Europo wero in each wiBo due to tho munificence of eastern sultans and pashas. Tho prlnco of Damascus gavo ono to the Emperor Frodcrick II in 1215, nnd tho soldan of , Egypt presented another to Lorenzo tho jviagniiiccut, which ucenmo tno pet or Florenco, nnd used to bo allowed to walk in tho streets nnd tnko the presents of fruit and cakes extended to it from tho balconies. From this timo tho giraffe was not seen In Europo until in 1837 Um pasha of Egypt sent four to Constantinople, Venice England and Franco respectively. Tho giraffo sent to England was in bad health and soon died: but tho Parisians went wild over tho pasha's present It hnd spent tho winter at Marseilles, and throvo thero on tho milk of tho cows which tho pasha had sent over for its uso from Egypt Tho prefect of Marseilles had the arms of Franco embroidered on its body cloth, nnd it entered Paris escorted by a Darfonr negro, Hassan, an Arab; a Marseilles groom, n mulatto Interpreter, tho prefect of Marseilles himself and n professor from tho "Jnrdin des Plantcs," while troops kopt back the crowd. Thousands came overy day to sco it, nnd mon nnd women wore I glOVos, gowns and waistcoats of tho color of its spots. Jlut tho successful expenditure by which, 'in 1830, M. Tliibaut procured a stock of giraffes for tho Zoological society owed nothing to tho pntronngo of tho pasha of Egypt beyond permission to enter tho Soudan. The caravan left tho Nilo near Dongola, and thenco passed on to tho desert of Kordofan. Thero M. Thibaut engaged the sorvlces of tho Arab sword hunters, whoso skill and courage wero of such servico to Sir Samuel Baker In his expedition thirty later to tho sources of tho Nilo ributaries, and in two days thoy sighted 'the giraffes. A femalo with n fawn was first pursued by tho Arabs, who killed tho animal with their swords, and noxt day racked 'and caught tho fawn in tho thorny mimosa scrub. For four days the young giraffo was secured by a cord, tho end of which was held by ono of tho Arabs; at tho end of that timo it was perfectly tame, and trotted after tho caravan with tho femalo camels which had been brought to supply it with milk. Tho Arabs were excellent nurses, and taught tho young crenturo to drink milk by putting their (ingors into its mouth and so inducing it to suck. Four others which M. Thibaut caught died In the cold weather In tho desort. But ho replaced threo of theso and brought four, Including tho first taken, down the Nilo to Alexandria, and then by ship to Malta. "Providence nlono," ho wroto, "enabled 1110 to surmount theso difficulties." From Malta thoy were brought to London and safely lodgod in tho Zoological gardous in the summer' of 18UO, Tho largest was then about cloven feet high, tho height of an adult male being twelvo feet at tho shouldors and eighteen feet at tho head. For many years, as wo havo said, tho giraffes They readily throve nnd multiplied. took to European food, nnd ate liny nnd fresh grass from tho tall racks with which their stables wero fitted. .Onions nnd sugar were their favorite delicacies, unci in search of sugar thoy vyould follow their keepers and slip their long prohcuhilo tongue's into his hands or ockots. But thoy nlwnys retained a liking for eating (lowers, a' rominis-cenc- o perhaps of tho days when their parents fcufcted on mimosa blossoms in tho desort: some time ago one was'seeu to stretch its ncok over1 the railings and to delicately nip off nn artificial rose-i- t a young lady's hat. Thuy woro most nf. foctlonato creatures, and, as'M. Tliibaut noticed when in chnrgo of thorn In upper Egypt, would shod tears if thoy missed their companions or their usual ' ntteudants. But the development of 'the lachrymal ducta, which enable tho- giraffo to Its emotion's In this vory human 'fashion, is less obviouB than tho won-doul size nnd beauty of tho eyes themselves, which aro far larger than those While tho of any other quadruped. mahdl'8 powor remains Tinbroken at Khartoum, there Is littlo probability that the Soudan traders will bo ablq to supply any giraffes to occupyho etnptj houso in Itegeut'B purk. London Spectator. ss rf Cs3r n MILK WANTED A Blaze of G-lor- Do'crlliei perfectly our display of DIAMONDS JEWKLUY, and 6IUVKRWAIIE To really appreciate what the latest styles In jewelry ore, ynu must v.lt our establishment. This belldrrln(r assortment of beautiful articles furnisher a mngnat which the ladles would not reilt If they could, and could nut If they would That they are not foolish enough to try It is apparent from a call at our store of Which cur fulr cus omen hare taken complete Our prices aro as attractive as posresstiiQ. utir goods. The Creamery a , Irvington has commenced making? busier and is prepared to handle 20,000 rounds of milk daily. Di&mondj -- OLOCKH. SILVKHWAUE, Musical Merchandise, Novelties, Fancy Goods and Stationery. : We will receive all unskimmed sweet milk at the depot at Irvington and issue receipts for same and pay at the end of &gg ewelry, everj month at the rate WATCHES, :- Repairing a Specialty. - K. N. D'Huy Solidly $1.00 pr. Hundred lbs. CLOVEItrOKT, KY. Build ! We will furnish milk cans to thos5 wanting them at cost. All communications should be addressed to W. J. Piggott, Irvington, Ky. When you build buy for use. When you buy for an article for honest wear let us commend our "Happy Home" IRVINGTON CREAMERY CO., IRVINGTON, KY. I10URNE, Clothing. This Clothing will J.C. please you in every respect Prices and Styles. Try a suit and rejoice with us. CLOVERPORT, KY. J. M. IIAUPEU, DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. Save Your Money I CASH STOR Bewleyville,Ky. No Credit Prices ! Everything Marked in Plain Figures. Will give you more Goods for your produce than any house that will pay you nominally a higher price than it can be sold at. Gents ! visit our establishment when you get ready td purapparel. JNO. D. BABBAGE, , It will pay you to chase your-PAL- L iJrfe3feyiPlfr if ML.? & i V Are much needed at the present time, and IPPn ABBAGE aiiaiBlJLJ R' EVOLUTIONARY DAYS arc vividly presented to the reader in Theodore Winthrop's story m Streets tor the florist. In Hartford thero is a succession of ftroots named as follows: Edward, Smith, Grant, Flower, Garden. Edward Smjth' ought certainly to hnvo a grand flower garden to occupy so many streets; Moehan's Monthly. Gives you the opportunity of "Edwin Brothertoft," which we shall soon begin to lish in serial form pub- IN THIS PAPER. Illustrated. Copyrighted. getting two for the price of one. We keep a count of every Shirt sold, whether it be a White or an "Outing", and the 20th man buying a Shirt gets one free of charge. Come in and you will be served promptly. JNO. D. BABBAGE, E, O. BABBAGE, Manager. k V!Z HOW TO VOTE. Tho Manner of Voting by Socrot FOR EDUCTIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. CHOOSING A CAREER. A TINSMITH DISCUSSES THE OPPORTUNITIES OF HIS TRADE. A Premium for jvbry Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bri Glassware, Queensware Ballot Explained. Severe Penalties Provided for tho Violation of Certian Regulations. Below wo give instructions as to "how to voto," which, if followed, will cnablo tho voter to vote without danger of having his ballot thrown out. Cut it out and study it. HOW TO OBTAIN BALLOTS FOB VOTING. WBM Democratic Ticket. Presidential Electors. CHARLES K. WHEELER, JOHN K. LOCKETT. BERIAH RICIIAKDSOiN. W. T. HAYWARD. JOHN B. BASKIN. JOHN T. HODGE. ANDREW SCOTT. MORTON Republican Ticket. Presidential Electors. People's Party Ticket Prohibition Ticket. Prssidential Eleotors. K. LAMITY HOWLER DAVID M. DUNCAN. I. WILL TRY. HENRY SIIAVUS. WALTER BROAD. CURIAM C. FIST. WILLIAM GOAT. A. T. DUGGER. Presidential Electors. WISK E. STRAIGHT. CLAYTON CROSSON. Any person desiring to voto and legally entitled to do so at this election, shall givo his narao and residence to tho clerk holding tho ballots, who shall writo tho samo upon tho main stub of tho ticket In tho blank places provided therefor, etc. Tho clerk shall then detach tho ballot, with tho secondary stub attached, from tho stub, and writo his own name on tho back thereof, and hand it thus endorsed to tho elector. Tho clerk shall givo him ono and only ballot, and upon request of tho voter, shall givo explanation of tho manner of voting. HOW TO rBEl'ARE. J. II. GOODWIN. S. A. EMMEUSON. M. W. SAXTON. DAVIS COUNTY. II. F. KRIEGEH. JAS. KINSELLA. F. P. MOST. HERMAN SMITH. II. L. RICHARDSON, SAM 1IURT0. I.W.JHARPER. ,PHIL. DITZENBAOH. W. W. VESSELS. On receipt of his ballot tho elector shall forthwith, and without leaving the room, rctiro alono to ono of tho voting booths, as provided, and shall prepare his ballot by marking in the appropriate square a cross mark (X). immediately following tho namo of tho candidato of his choice for such office to bo filled, and in caso of a question submitted to the voto of tho people, by marking in the appropriate square, a cross mark (X) against tho answer ho desires to give. Should any elector desiro to voto for each and overy candidato of ono party, ho shall mako a cross mark (X) in the largo square embracing tho device and proceeding tho titlo under which the candidates ef said party aro printed, and the voto shall then bo counted for all the candidates under tLot titlo : provided, however, that if a cross (X) be mado in tho largo square including tho device of such party, and a cross mark bo also mado in tho square after tho namo of one or more candidates of different party or parties, tho voto shall bo counted for the candidate so marked and not for the candidate for tho samo office of tho party so marked ; but the voto shall be counted for the other candidates under such party, name or designation. If the elector mark mom names than thero are persons to bo elected to an office, or if, for any reason, it is impossible to determine tho voter's choice for an office to bo filled, his ballot shall not bo counted for such office. No ballot shall be rejected for any technical error which does not make it impossible to determine tho voter's choice. Nothing in this law contained shall be so constructed as to prevent a voter from voting for any qualified person other than those whose names aro printed on tho ballots for any office to be filled, by writing in black ink, stencil mark under tho designation of the office the namo of such person, and placing to tho right of such namo a cross (X) mark. All markings upon tho ballots shall bo made by black ink stencil. HOW TO VOTE. ROTH WELL. I. L. W. G. DEARING. GEO. W. BENNETT. STEPHEN CORNCROP. TIMOTHY HAYSTACK. WILLIAM IIANDPLANT. JOHN FREESILVER. .ARTHUR IIAYNES. F. W. COOK. I J. C. LYKINS. F. K. MILLER. ED. RUSSELL. I M. B. HAYS. 0. L. D. MONARCH. I ' I W. It. KINNEY, CLAUDE THOMAS Congress. A. B. MONTGOMERY. D ALEX. DOLLUS. GEO. BOYD. I I J. Q. ADAMS. C.C. WARNER. 0. PENN. BARR. Congress. I. L. B. STRAIGHT. I I Congress. J. F. KIMBLEY. For Congress. B. T. BABBIT. I I Gircnit Judge. T. R. MeUEATH. Circuit Judge. FRANK BURCESS. Circuit Judge. U. RN'T INIT. D Commonwealth's Attorney. WEED S. Common?, ealth's Attorney. A. AEARTACHE. Commonwealth's Attorney. a a Circuit Judge. WILL B. SOBER. I I - Commonwealth's Attorney. BEN. IIAYNES I n I I CI1ELF. C U. LATER. Circuit Clerk, R. S. SKILLMAN Circuit Clerk. C. C. D Circuit Clerk. N. O Circuit Clerk. U..GOT DROWNED. -- D I STUART. 0. GOOD Before leaving tho voting booth, tho elector shall fold his ballot without playing tho marks thereon, except of the endorsements and the signature of county clerk and tho signa-tur- o of election clerk must be disclosed. He shall deliver to one of tho judges tho ballot, who shall detach tho secondary stub bearing tho elector's registered number or name, and deposit tho ballot in the ballot box. Tho secondary stubs shall bo preserved until tho polls are closed, and shall then bo destroyed before tho ballot box is opened. lie shall mark and vote his ballot without undue delay, and shall leave said room as soon as ho has voted. No such elector shall bo allowed to occupy a voting booth already occupied by another, or to occupy a voting booth for more than three minutes (in case all such booths aro in uso and electors aro waiting to occupy tho same) or to speak or to converse with any one, except as herein provided, while within such room. No elector, not an officer of election shall bo allowed to said election. No more electors shall bo allowod to enter within said room at any one timo than there aro voting booths provided. It shall bo tho duty of tho judges and sheriirof election to secure tho observance of tho provisions of this section. HOW TO OHTAI.V A NEW HAIXOT. -n Sheriff J. K. RHODES. Sheriff. GO. T. GRASS. Sheriff. For Sheriff. a I. WILL WAIT. o A Congreumau'i Grout Speech. Tho other day 1 was listening to a congressman relating to a small circle hia experience tit a recent convention. I will n.ako a secret of his name, as I livo long und uninterruptedly in tho land which tho Lord elected, and in no wise cravo to be cut off in tho blushing morning of my days. Tho fact is, this statesman is a very broad, athlotlo one, of a shifty and uncertain tamper. "Yoz should have heard me speech," ho said. "It was a lulu. And I paid mo respects to Congrcsh, too, me boy. I toold 'cm the way matters had beon mishmanagod wo wouldn't havo tho money to inoet tho oxpinsos of tho pris-iphysical year. Thin 1 bo'ro down on tho hypnotizin pracliticed in this house." "Tho hypnotism?" quoried a listener. "Yis, tho hypnotizin. Tho appiut-miof all thim sons and of congreahmln to loocrativo stiplnds. Hero's tho b'ys of threo congrcshmln on tho page's roll naw, bo hivins, earnin thoir seventy-fiv- e dollars a month tho year 'round and them b'ys, mind yoz, only nino and tin years old, and tho logs of thim no bigger than sphlndles. I should say it was hypnotizm. "And thin," continued tho congressman, "whin our man wint th rough all right I jnmped np and moved to mako his nomenation ceremonious, and thin tho foon began." "Unanimous, you moan," corrected on auditor, "Well, phwativor It Is, 1 done it, but thoy voted it down. All tho samo hq's nomenated, which Is what wo were after." Washington Cor. Kansas City ' Times. She Appealed to Ilia I'atrlotUm. A friend of mino has a "polly" that is vory talkative Buuday ho put tho bird on tho parlor window sill. Polly pretty soon caught sight of a policeman who was just passing by, who was also ,n momber of tho A. 0. II., and shouted at him, "What a hat!" Tho pollcoman turned around, and seeing no ono near, turnod to go away. No sooner had ho turned his back than Polly again shouted at him. Tills timo Polly was caught Tho policeman drew his club, and shaking it at Polly, saidt "It's you is it? It's a good tiling you'ro a polly for If It wasn't for your color I'd shoot yp." Now York Rooordor. pro-poso.- to nt nt roe-lativ- ' I. L. RESTER. D Ualuuikklllg- Do not use pen and ink or lead pencil. Use rubber stamp X only. Rubber stamp, attached to a small handle, and ink pad will Be found in the election booth. Dip stamp into the ink pad. Press it on the ticket immediately under the Rooster's feet, inside the square at the top of the first column on left hand side of this balloc, This votes the straight Democratic ticket. dates or party ticket to the clerk, who in the presence of the judges, sheriff and challengers, and tho elector, shall with his pencil, mark a dot in the appropriate place for tho cross mark, to indicate the choice of tho elector. The clerk sluill then fold and deliver tho ballot to tho elector, and instruct him to retire to'tho booth and there mark his ballot by making a cross mark cither in tho squares showing dots or any other squares ho may desire. In all other respects ho shall voto as is required of other electors. In caso any person applying to voto is blind and shall so declare, on oath, the clerk shall bo allowed to mark his ballot for him in tho presence of the other officers of election, and tho challengers allowed by law; or in case any person shall be so physically disabled as to bo unable to mark his ballot, and shall so declare, on oath, tho clerk shall have tho right to mark his ballot, as in tho caso of a blind person applying to voto. Any ono making a false declaration under this provision of this section shall, upon conviction, bo fined in any sum not exceeding fifty dollars, and bo disfranchised for a poriod of two years; and any clerk who shall willfully deceive any elector in marking any ballot, or willfully mark the samo in any other way than as requested by said elector, shall bo guilty of felony, nnd upon conviction, shall bo imprisoned in, tho penitentiary for not less than two, nor moro than five years. PENALTIES. Sec. 1. Any porson who shall knowingly and willfully remove or attempt to remove a ballot from tho election-room- , or have in his possession outside the election room, any ballot, either genuine or counterfeit, during tho election, shall bo guilty of felony, and on conviction, shall bo imprisoned in tho penitentiary not less than two, nor more than five years. Sec. 2. If any porson shall take or HOW TO OBTAIN ASSISTANCE. In any manner, feloniously, or with Any elector w ho declares, on oath, that tho consent or permission of tho custoby reason of Inability to read tho Eng- dian for tho timo, any official ballot or lish language, ho is unablo to mark his ballots, from any place where they may ballot, may declare his choico of candi- - lawfully bo under this law, shall know Every elector who docs not vote a ballot delivered to him by tho clerk shall, before leaving tho polling room, return such ballot to such clerk; and any voter who shall attempt to leavo tho room with a ballot in his possession shall at once be arrested on demand of either of tho judges, and shall bo fined therefor not less than twenty-fivnor mora than ono hundred dollars. If any elector 8K)ils or defaco a ballot by mistake, so that it can not bo used, ho may return it and receive in place thereof ono other ballot; and tho fact shall bo noted by tho clerk, by writing tho word "spoiled" on tho stub and spoiled ballot. If any elector shall show his ballot, or any part thereof, to any penon, ufter tho samo shall lmvo been marked, so as to disclose any of tho candidates voted for, such ballot shall not bo deposited in tho ballot box. A inintito of such occurence) shall bo niado on tho stub book, and such persons shall not bo allowed to voto thereafter. If a voter shall offer to voto a ballot so folded as not to disclose tho endorsements thereon, Including tho slgnaturo of tho election clerk, tho judges shall direct him to return to tho booth and fold his ballot properly. e, ingly and willfully havo in his custody or possession of such ballots, except as an official or custodian under tho law, or while within tho polling place for tho purpose o voting; or if any such custodian or official shall consent, or permit any such ballots to bo removed or carried away from tho place where they may lawfully be, by any person except such official or custodian whoso duty it is to receive the same, such person, custodian or officer shall bo deemed guilty of a felony, and on conviction, shall bo punished by imprisonment in tho penitentiary for not less than three, nor moro than ton years. Sec 3. Any person who shall, during tho election, knowingly and willfully remove or destroy any of tho supplies or other conveniences placed in tho booths for tho purpose of enabling tho voter to prepare his ballot, or shall during an election, romovo or tear down or defaco the cards printed for tho instruction of tho voters, or shall, during an election, destroy or remove any booth or other convenience provided for such election, shall induco or attempt to Induco any porson to commit any of such acts, whether or not any of such acts aro committed or attempted to bo committed, shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor, and, on conviction, shall bo punished by imprisonment in tho county jail for not less than six months, nor moro than ono year.. lloiub. Strength and Health. If yon aro not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La Grippo" has left you weak and weary uso Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach and Klilnoys, gently aiding those organs to perform their functions. If you aro afflicted with Sick Headache, you will find speedy and pormanont relief by taking Electric Bitters. Ono trial will convince you that this is tho remedy you need. Largo bottles only 50c. at Short & Hay-ne- s Drugstore. Send in your subscription nnd get a premium. A company ongagod In tho manufacture of explosives In this city has for Bale now small bombs about the size of frankfurter sausages, with which it is said tho farmer 'can bring down small showers of rain .whenever ho sees clouds over his land. Tho constituents of ono bomb tiro divided into two purts. liquid andi solid, which aro both sojuiriitoly nonexploslve. Theso can bo kept soparato until tho timo comes to uso them, when they are mixed. The solid part is about an inch in diameter and eight inches in longth, and is wrapped In cotton. Those bombs ard placed in groovod tin boxes, each holding ten. A small tin measure, containing the liquid part, accompanios each box. It is graduated to show tho quantity needed to suturuto tho bomb to tho exploding point Fivo or fifty bombs may bo used, according to tho amount of rain needed or the dotouution required. How tho fanner is to know how much detonation is needod is a dubious matter. The bombs are tied In a buudlo, a timo fuso is attached and tho whole lot discharged from a mortar and at tho passing cloud. In hilly countries clouds often pass ovor tho valleys and dlschargo their contents on tho barren mountain sides. In such regions, it Is said, tho bombs will bo particularly useful. Now York World. Dentils llC January. It has often beon noticed at tho beginning of Januarytho death is announced of a number of prominent men. The reason Is probably found in tho fact not that groat mou aro more prono to die in January than at any othor timo of tho year, hut that tho weather In that month is unsettled, and consequently hard on the constitution alike of groat and hum? ble. Great men are only human after all, and a great man physically weak? ened by hard work or disease is just as likely to die from a change of weather as though he were a day laborer, Tho mortality tables show that tho. month of January and tho first month of exceedingly hot weathor in tho sum-tnaro moro fatal than any other timo of the year, and the great must take thoir chances with othor poople. St Louis or Globe-Democrat rrnctlcnl Tulh Thnt Should littered Thoughtful rarenU-MVIa Ilojr Bin Expect In Work and Wage Detail of the Apprenlleenlilp, Matthow Barr Is tho walking dolo-gat- o of tho Tin nnd Sheet Iron Workers' union, and worked for many years as a tinsmith In a shop and tit business for hlmsolf. "Tho tinsmith trado," said Mr. Barr to a reporter, "Is split Into sevIl eral branches, nnd to bo ablo to do all kinds of work in tin and sheet iron requires considerable timo spont in each department Shoot iron work, as it is understood in this city, is carried on In what aro known as 'furnace shops.' W whilo tho manufacture of tin goods is restricted to what aro called 'assortment Bhops.' Apart from theso there are tho cornlco makers nnd slato and motal roofers, which are included nmong tho Wo havo just bought from a largo wholcsalo Jj branches that tinsmiths must know to fine tnpplo plaited jewelry, to bo distributed with round out their knowledge. "Tho best ago for n boy to begin tho our subscribers, who pay up to dato and ono yeart' tinsmith trade is about sixtoon. Ho ought to havo picked up sufficient edu- overy now subscriber who subscribes for ono year, cation from tho common schools at this Wo havo numbered overy article in tho lisl ago to givo him a fair start In life. No hundred pieces and thoy will bo senfout to tho; boy Is bound out as nn approntlco to a tinsmith in this country, but beginners tho order in which tho subscriptions aro received". aro not looked upon as full (lodged Tho jewelry is mado from tho best rolled gold journeymen until thoy reach tho ago of ranted for five years. Any article that does not giv manhood, no matter how proflclont thoy may bo. In somo shops n boy has vory faction, can bo returned and wo will repair or forw littlo show, bocauso thoro Is a system of article in its place. employment which practically oxcludes Collar Buttons, Scarf Pine. Ladies,' Misses' him. "This is tho result of a surplus of labor Charms and Lockets, Finger Rings, Ear-ring- s, Gen in othor countries. Tinsmiths land hero Chains, Silver Thimbles, Bracelets, Beads, Cuff Bui from other lands with but Httlo knowledge of what tho trado requires here, Etc., amounting to ovor $200 for tho jowelry at but with a genoral knowledge of tho articles of Morchondiso. The amount is only limr business nnd tho uso of tools. Thoy ap- of subscribers received. ply for work In shops and they are taken 4 on In proforenco to tho natlvo born boys What wo want is to increase our subscription ilist who desiro to learn tho trado. These foreign mechanics can learn quicker tho News into overy homo in Brcckenridgo and than a boy generally, and while thoy aro hired for low wjiges, they In a short wo aro willing to'givo up some of our hard earned dc timo are nblo to do nlmost as much work Tho first person sending us a dollar will get aa an expert tinsmith. This system is against tho American boy, but so long bered in tho list below, tho'noxt tho second'articlo, pft as thero is money in It for tho bosses It tho entiro list. will bo kept up. "This trado Is not such a laborious If you aro already a subscriber oxamino tho label ono that it requires an unusual amount of strength. A tinsmith need not bo as and seo how you stand. If. you aro behind, send enov strong as a carpenter, blacksmith or bricklayer, but ho must havo plenty of you up to dato and ono year in advance, and this wilW endurance. Ho ought to bo versatile of our premiums. Tho premiums range in prico frornl intellectually, oecauso no is not a mere mnchino, but Is often required to make entirely now things, which can only bo Xj-u.c3s:dono with a fair degree of Inventive skill, besides nn export knowledgo of Tho following persons havo'already recoivcdalt tho uso of tools. "A boy will novor bocomo a good tinsmith if ho is not obediont and patient W. D. Coleman, Woldon, Ky., Ono Gent's Gold t!ha3 Ho will havo to do somo slmplo thing W. R. Moorman, Planter's Hall, Ky., One Lady.VBrd ovor so many times that lifo will bo- Marcus Kincheloe, Hardinsburg, Ky., Ono Lifo of Gaj como very weary in tho shop before ho Chas. Anderson, Guston, Ky., Ono pair Lady's Goldj Is sot to work upon soinothlng that appears to bo Important to hlra. In tho J. M. Hook, Hardinsburg, Ky., Ono Gent's Gold Riil assortment shops n boy will first bo W. H. Richardson, Louisville,' Ky., One Riding Bridl taught how to nso tho shears. Ho will bo given a lot of old scraps to cut up, Mrs. Sarah J. Furrow, Cloverport, Ky., One Gent's and before his muscles get usod to the was just what her husband wanted. movoment ho will think that his arm E. T. Drano, Hudson, Ky., Ono Webster's Dictioneryl will drop off. Ho will receive about A. C. Glascock, McDaniels, Ky., Ono pair Lady's Goj throo dollars a week on the start "Tho foreman watches tho boy care- G. D.Glascock, McDaniels.Ky., Ono Monarch Shirt, fully, and if ho does not take hold of the Many other premiums of different values havo bfl shears and other tools handily in a few days, ho will probably remind Bpaco prevents us from giving a further list. Tl him that ho has mado u mlstako In his good. calling. Somo boys nro put at this and othor trades by their parents who would mako good clerks nnd salesmen, but never will bo good mechanics. To ac330 One Set of those Wonderful Christy Knives. Bread.'Cake custom tho boy to tho uso of tho mallet and hammer, ho Is kept straightening given by S. L. SULZER, General Merchant. old pipo. When ho knows n littlo nbout 2337 She. A History of Adventure by II. Rider Haggardt paper1! tools and shows tho proper spirit In 2338 Her Desperate Victory by Mrs. Rayne, author of doing his work, ho Is sent to tho jonr- 7;.7.; "What Can a Woman Do,'' etc noyman's bench to hold things for him, 2339 One Gents' Gold Collar Button and in this way gets an Idea of the practical uso of tools. Ho may bo kept at 2340 Ono Gents' Gold Collar Button, separable lever, chased this for a long time, and this is the 2341 Ono pair Gents' .Lever Cuff Buttons, pearl back, gold froa period that will test his patlcnco. stones, given by SMART & CO., prico "It is always a rod lotter day for tho 2342 Ono Gents' Scarf beginner when tho foreman gives him a 2343 Ono Ladies' Curliog Irons ,.r pleco of motal and tolls him to mako a 2344 Ono Surloln Roast, given by V. S, LONG. City Butcher .. drinking cup. Ho has seen it dono many 2345-- Ono Pocket Knife, given by PAYNE & CO., Hardware Ml times, but when ho comes to cutting out tho tin and getting it into shapo his fin- 2340 Ono Gents' or Ladies' Tie, given by VEST &. SONS, Dry, gers Beom to bo all thumbs. Ho wants 2347 Ono Model Homes, showing a variety of Designs for Modq to mako a good cup, but Ids anxiety will zmh uents' uom uollar Uutton knock it out of shapo. Whon it Is all 2349 Ono Box (25) 'tNatural Leaf Cigars," mode and given by brightly polished it is taken to tho fore PORT CIGAR COMPANY, A Good Smoke man tor inspection. Kino timos out of 2350 Ono Novel, Heart and Science, by Wilkio Collins, paper ten tho beginner is told to tako it homo 2351 Ono pair Gents' Gold Stud Buttons, given by F. N. D'HUY, as a memento. Ho fools vory happy, but he would not think bo much of his 2352 Ono Ladles' Trimmed nat, given by MRS. H. V. DUNCAN, work if ho know that tho real reason 2353 Ono Ladies' Embroidered Uandkerchlcl, given by BOWBER i that it was not taken by the foreman ton, General Merchants.., was that it could not bo sold. 2354 Ono pair Ladies Gold Cuff Buttons "Tho boy will soon find this out whon 2355 One Gents' Brilliant Scarf Pin In gold setting, given by .SHORT tho foreman keeps him making cups un,, ,..f.,.'. nATNua, ine uruggisi til ho gets a perf oct ono. From a cup 2350 Ono pair Gold given by FRANK HASWELLThe J ho goes to other things of minor imporHardinsburg, Ky fS tance, which ho is kopt at until ho gradually acquires skill. It depends upon --'jo uno uook, Hunting in tno west, by u. u. Shields, pdperj: Lady's Gold Collar Button tho boy himsolf how much timo he, will 2358-- Ono . wasto before ho becomes an oxport If 2359 Ono Gent's Gold Collar Button . ho is civil and obliging tho journeymen 2300-- One Lady's Corset, given by BEARD L BEELER, Merohad will teach him pattern drawing, and in gists, Hardinsburg, Ky this way tho boy will learn how to block out tho modols of every kind of work 2301 Ono Gent's Soarf Pin with beautiful set 2302 Ono Gent's Scarf Pin and cut out patterns for himself. t "During tho last thirty years thoro 2303 Ono Lamp, given by S. A. HAFFEY 4. CO., Dry Goods havo beon many changes in tho tinHardinsburg, Ky smith's trado. Machinery has taken tho 2304 Ono book, Thailllng Scenes, by T. M. Nowsom, paperS place of hand labor in tho manufacture 2305-- One Gent's Collar Button ,t of nearly all utensils, but this has mado 2300 Ono Lady's Collar Button no change In tho tinsmith's condition. Lady's Silver Thimblo , , Organized labor has protected tho work- 2307--Ono man. Tho principal machines in tho as- 2308 Ono pair Lady's Gold Cuff Buttons with pin and chain, rain monts, given by T.C. LEWIS, Jeweler and Watch sortment shops are presses giving tho ; general outlines of manufactured goods, dlnsburg, Ky. ., ,, , and lathes, which are used to perfect 23G9 Ono book, Tho Hcout, by W. G, Slmms, paper . . tho lines of spinning. An Important 2370 Ono Gent's Scarf Pin , u.rij fact in tho trado is tho wheeling machine, which gives the bright polish and 2.171 Ono Gent's Scarf Pin .'.',M. 2372 Ono Gent's Scarf Pin.., puts on tho finishing touches. The v used to be dono by hammers on 2373 Ono Book, Undo Tom's Cabiu,by Harriet Bocpher Stowo, pajrf an anvil, but tho wheoling machino can do bottor and more work. During tho 2374 Ono Gent's Collar Button. "'fftlWii fivo yoars that a boy ought to spond in 2375 Ono Lady's Collar Button learning tills trado ho ought to become 2370 One Cuff Box, leather, given by B. F, BEARD L CO., fiaaifrf oxport In tho uso of all tho machinery, ."'ilfcffiSgt .,, chanU, Hardinsburg, Ky.,.., if ho has hod tho proper instruction.- - A iMpJS' 2377 Ono book., Monsieur LeCoa. bv Emile Gaboriau.' 4 ., tumor boy will loam the trade bottor in a shop BY 2378 Ono book, The Englishman of the Rue Cain, by II. T. than in a trado school." NowYork isKft BbW 2370 Ono Pair Gold Cuff Buttons, given by WITT L MEADOH and Druggists, Hardinsburg, Ky. . A London Uachelor' Club. 2380 One Gent's Collar Button Tho Bachelors' club, a London institution, In 1801 Buffered no fowor than 2381 Ono Gent's Collar Button iwenty-thro- o defoctions In tho shapo of 2382 Ono Gent's Collar Button members who marriodj but tho olub 5.ta.1 Onfi TjhIv'b flnllnr Iliillnn galnod 575 In fines at the rate of 35 a 2381-O- no Lady's Collar Button.,,..., ,.&tt wedding. Tho club la flourishing, and 2385 One Lady's OollarBtton .seems on tho wholo to encourage rather than, deprecato matrimony as a fine art 2380 10 Apple TnJOflJwjnHISHLANB NURSERY, Cloverport, Kj(..?lll Thero are atlll 880 bachelors in tho list of members, London Tit-BltThis list will bo continued in bur next, Moro Good Told lllm TThj? Mr. iNicefollo (cautiously) Why are follow, you so cold and distant? Sweet Girl (quietly) The flro has gone out;, and. this sofa Is too heavy for me to move up to your chair, New York Weekly, A Given Away to our Paid Subscribers. ' 3r ZFeopieJ PREMIUM LIS' i I " ,..(. Ear-ring- s, -- fi -. pol-Ishl- ig - "flu JNO, D, BABBA ,num fakes a fiiinkora. ry high ndnot )m rtho FTuro only tho buttor Butter Is just ns tho highest ffcomo from private 'nowB anything about sny that creamery but- vastly suporior to that rms of tho country? But amory product was no bet-in butter, tho creameries arc fccauso of tho saving in labor With a well appointed lo.men. or at most threo, will rof !ono hundred and fifty taking butter. "Wo do not Rhat two men can do as much aany women, but a creame- lowill take caro of tho milk Ijns and maKO it into uuuer vera not for tho creamery each wl50 women would bo mak- fntyor thirty pounds of but and selliug it for less per (k gets for a pound of tho tho milk. stem States whero almost ti&houso was built by a spring er, flowing the year round, tho Svwaa placed near thoBpring riilk. Bet in crocks on stono slabs constant stream of pure, cold I around it. Under these cou- reater part of tho butter-fa- t jiJ- Such conditions aro not Krith in tho West. Springs aro tho milk is usually set either ellar or in water pumped from Into tanks. In cither caso a lountof buttor fat is lost in the Ilk. If this loss could bo cal- or tho Stato of Iowa it would alarming proportions. eparator remedies this. a practically all tho butter fat Cj milk, iortnesenjasons out most cheaply mado by tho and tho industry is ono that lino to grow rapidly. ex notsec, however, why farmers ktjSjw how to make first-clapuldfeel inclined t) retyol against lieryrt Tho thing for them to do nrd$d ways and learn tho im- lethous. Tlioy cannot nope to vftb tho creamery unless they butter of as fine quality and a8 L If this can bo done there is no liy a farmer having a heard of thirty milk cows should not kular market for all tho butter nke and at good prices through- pear. With that number of cows filbrd to hayo a "Uaby" separtor tho milk directly to it from tho arating while still warm. All taken out and tho milk fed to 8 beforo it cools. Then a good i take chargo of the cream, and if Iwb how, mako it into butter of t quality. A retail trade can bo either near homo or in cities HSst,of under our present rail- Wfl, ono' tub can bo shipped as in, proportion as twenty. There j'field hero that farmers wives jhtere can fill if they will, and Ifeura and profits to themselves. ion will tako hold of tho dairy aery business bo much tho bet-business. Wo see no reason should not. Young womon ko'advantago.of tho opportunl- learning offered by the dairy dd at tho different agricultural lurinK tho winter. Thoy can Itno control of tho butter bust ey will. American Stockman. FT nnd Fallen Aslcop. l.lttlo Arven Ln Iiuo McKnughn, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Fester McK.tughn, died on Sunday ovcnlng, October 15th, 1892, at 0:30; aged ten years and ono day. Funeral services wcro conducted in tho Stophensport Baptist-church- . No minister being present, ilia service was conducted by Bro. Najipor, who read from tho tho Sacred Bcipturc, and led in prayer. Mrs. It. A. Brashear prceided at the organ and conducted tho singing in a very impressivo manner. His remains were then laid to rest in tho old cemetary near tho church. Ho died of a relapso from scarlet fever. Although his Buffering was very great, his mind was perfectly bright to tho last. A short timo beforo ho died ho was heart! trying to sing, and on being asked what ho was trying to sing, ho replied, "Jesus Saves." It can truly bo Bald of him, "ho has fallen asleep," as several hours ho breathed Ids hut all pain seemed to leavo him, and ho passed off into such a quiet, easy sleep that it could scarcely be perceived that tho end had come, they thought it only sleep, and THE PERFECT FRIEND. Ono only frlond wo hnva Atcoiintcd Huru: Ono only lovo In ours That will enduro. All other f Mends nro dfixn lie knows Iinw dunr Wlio (TAVO tlmm forniir Jojr Ami Milan. linns All other loves nro nwrolt Ho knows how nwcct Of whom xrul mU Unit look For lovo 1'iitrwit. Hut friend linwour true ( ' TuUllfewllllt-t- , And full im oft Who know un bout. tbeynlll And lovim ntninK In time mijr rlmntr": Misfortune inuy divide, Now ties vsirnnxe. hnevrr Sorest of nil will romo Somo nail offotico; Mistrust will chill, and doubt Drlvo friendship bunco. Ob. slow of heArt to loam What yol wo own-O- ne only perf oct friend bo-fo- re Ilnth any knownt II. M. Kimball In Now York Independent. Mr. Chas. Carman, Irom Petersburg, "I know Salvation Oil to be a very good I EESim We Don't blow THE LARGEST IN THE SOUTH."! "LOWER That's the Kind of a House BEST CLOTHING $9-0- 0 From the Western Baptist Recorder. "The Largest." The Mnmtnnth Shnc Clnllilnjr Com. ptny la the largest clothlne nnd lino nnd limine PRICES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE.''KSr "STANDS AT THE HEAD.'ltt'i'a We Are ! in the South. Our renders enn de K:iid on fair trcntment ntthu hnnds of Klt'ln. Imns At Slmonson. ON &; EAETH. t ss Jlow yourself to be imposed on by the l.schemes,advcrtislnir new and untried II cough remedies; but Mick to the old re- r. Bull's Cough Syrup, the unfailing jjk affections of the throat and chest. The Official Ballots. Pf Griffith somo timo ago had a fisamplo ballots printed for tho Lof voters in tho process of Hioee who saw them will re- fhatjtho primary and secondary at tho left of tho ballot, and Ftaillot fold6d Jrom tho right over rmuary siuu. iuu oecruiury 01 ifchanged tho form, & that tho lib is still at tho left, but tho stub, which remains attached when it is given to tho voter, rand tho ballot must bo fold- bottom to tho perforated bp, eucn low being urougnt JU it is finished. Threo folds essary. Voters should mako Ills, so that no mistake may bo tho folding of tho ballot. Messenger. i S 2.228,672. ures reprcsont the number of King's Now Discovery for uougiiB anu uoius, wnicii a'-VwAmtk tho United States from to March '02. Two Million, Thou- idred and Twonty-Elgh- t bot- Iundrcd and Seventy-Tw- o iIA-U- i ono year, and each and every jrr. Hats and Furnishing, Gloves, Underwear, StockIdiosyncrasies Don't Count. "Madam," said tho streo J car conductor inet Jackets, at equnlly low prices. Send for eleganta young lady in n blue calico frocft, ly illustrated catalogue. You can order by mail as "you havo a dog under your shawl, and well as in person. must leavo tho car." you 'Whatl Leavo tho carl" vociforated tho woman. "I havo paid toy faro and his papa and mama and his littlo sisters I'm going to stick right whoro I am." was unbounded. Ho will bo greatly miss"Then 1 shall put you off," ropllod tho ed at school, Sunday School, and at play, disciplinarian in bluo. but most greviously missed in his own All at onco a law iolnt catno Into tho home. And yet tho stricken ones have woman's' head. "Givo mo back, my the blessed assurance, that ho is now a faro," sho said. "1 got in horo in good "Child of tho King." And there is great faith, and when I paid my fivo cents a completed. You must comfort in knowing that while they natu- contract was out or return my cash. eithor carry It rally 'bourn for him, they know that he I'm not rosponsiblo becauso your cranky is among tho blessed, and that he was directors don't liko dogs." snatched away by tho God, on whom ho Tho street car ofllcial stopped tho cor called so much during his sickness, be and hailed a policeman. Tho point was Headquarters for foro his littlo feet had over traversed the stated, and tho thiof catcher, after ponpaths of sin, or his littlo hands had over dering for a fow moments, obsorvod: "1 ain't , no judgo nor 1 ain't no jury, sown tho seed of rccklesncss, or his mind but I claim to havo some senso. garnered up ita bitter fruit. Ho has "Under your system you might mako Grain Drills, Fertilizer. Cement, Mtcb passed tho portals and is now waiting for rules that passengers mustn't wear red iean PlfiRtor, Sail, Lime. Coal Oil the loved ones to come to him. neckties or red noses or throo dollar by the Bitrrel. Planter Htiir, trousers, and after thoy had paid faros "He Is not dead the child of our affection, But gone unto that better school, show 'em tho rules and put thom off. Where he no longer needs our poor protection, "There Is no end to tho rulos you & Where Christ himself doth rule." might mako to bunko folks out of tholr chap looked crossrldo, and ovory timo a Raciiaei, B. Lay. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring eyed yon could turn to rulo No. 024, STEPIIENSPOnT, Ky Oct. 10, '02. Orders ackept on hand. providing that ho mnsn't look crossoyed companied by cash prompt and thon dump him in tho gutter. lie declares It to be the "best remedy for "Tho thing isn't fair. Thoro ain't no coughs and croup," Mr. D. T. Good, Columbia, ly lillnd. Tenn., writes; "I keep Dr. null's Cough Syrup law to it and it don't go." Turning to tho young woman ho said: in me jiuusc an me lime, ii is me oest remedy icr cougn tnd croup I ever used " "You stay whero you aro, mum," and to tho conductor, "If you try to put her off Louisville, St Loufs &Texas R. R. Co. We'll Lose Votes. without giving hor back hor faro I'll Tho new voting ByBtcm ordered far club your head off." 2TO. Ting .went tho boll and on went tho Kentucky for tho 'November elections car, dog, young woman and all. Now will decrease tho vote of the stato between York Herald. 35,000 nnd 50,000, and it is safe to predict Tuklntr r.itct that moro than half of these votes will There is no uso of any ono suffering coniofrom tho Democratic party. Never with o'clck A. M. Wednesday Julj 29. dl tho cholera when Chamberlaiii'B At 5:00 was such a complicated ballot ever made Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhcea Remedy con for tho American pcoplo; it is a jumble bo procured. It will give relief in a fow Weit Hound Train) Bait Bound Traini from start to finish, and even an improp 62 61 minutes and euro in a short timo. I have 63 M Mnll A Mall A er folding of cho paper disfranchises the tried and know. W. II. Clinton, Hoiit Bxpr's nxpr's STATIONS Kxpr's Kxprt. y voter; there does not exist a man metta, N. J. The epidemic at Helmctta Dally Dally Dally Dally of sufficient intelligence to vote correctly was at first believed to bo cholera, but 6 25pm 7 45am Iv.Un'n p't..ar 100 9 Ifipir. under tho new system untlll ho isschool- Kentucky St. 12 45 860 6 40 8U0 subsequent Investigations proved it to bo 7 20 8U5 8 41 West Point 1206 ed in tho process; tho voter is shoved in a e 1202pm 802 8 45 violent form of dysentery, almost as 7 24 Howard to a tight box and given threo minutes Kock Haven 11 45.im 74 900 747 d tngerous as cholera. This Remedy was 757 7 40 1138 9 0S Longllranch in which to vote; one wrong stroko of his 731 917 llrnndenburir 11 ' used there witli great success. For sale 8 07 7 27 Meade Springs 1125 811 9 21 pen and his ballot is rendered worthless; 1119 723 Kkron by A. R. Fisher, Druggist. 9 21 817 an educated man couldn't vote correctly 1111 715 934 8 27 Guiton 1102 666 Irvington 8 37 944 in twenty minutes and tho ignorant will 6 48 1053 A Bight In u Oraveynrd. 8 47 952 Webster 6 40 1045 Lodiburg 8 55 never learn, because thoy won't try. Two visitors to Trinity churchyard, in 905 1035 631 10 lu l'ierce 1030 Tho reason tho Democratic party will lower Broadway, attracted a largo share 911 626 St.,.iple 1015 6 18 1023 Stephensport 1023 9 21 suffer under tho now law is because thp of public attention Wednesday after1018 613 1027 Addison 9 25 1015 610 Holt 1030 Deuiocrats'aro careless, and many of them noon. Ono waa u woll dressed blind 9 30 1044 1001 Cloverport 567 9 46 man and tho othor was a boy of sixteen 9 61 who live in rural places are ignorant. 967 Shops 663 1060 rel9 44 6 40 10 01 Skillman 1100 Somo of thom cannot learn to vote the or eighteen years of ago, probably a 933 1111 Hawesville 1010 630 the blind man. Tho boy lod his 1018 9 26 1118 622 l'etrie now way and others will not try. On tup ative of FLni ma JLa ! & slghtloss companion to tho grass bor- 10 24 1121 920 Falcon 615 i iTswir an other hand, the republicans aro already dered slab that bears tho name of Char-lott- o 10 28 1129 915 Cayce 611 Lewlsport 909 10 34 6 05 1135 holding night schools; tho negroes have Temple. Dropping on his knees at 10 60 U62m 4 48 851 Powers 4 35 837 1'ates 1207pm been supplied with dummy ballots and tho sido of tho gravo tho blind man 1102 8 27 4 25 Owensboro 1216 1111 aro practicing and teaching one another. passed his hands eagerly over tho face 1123 1227 815 413 Mattlngly 1131 806 Stanley 1236 i0 of tho, stono and an expression of The Gikl. 1246 Worthlngton 765 366 1140 gratification camo into his coun- 1155 Spottsvflle 7 37 104 337 7 29 nasketts 329 tenance when his fingers touched tho 12 05pm 111 Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 1220am 1 25pm ar.Henders'n Iv 715am 315pm sunken letters of tho name. Tho boy Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cute, called his attention to that part of tho Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Itheunij Fover slab from which all of tho original in- THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Ala LINE, Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains scription except tho name is said to havo Cornsfnnd all Skin Eruptions, and posi- been cut. (L. E. A ST. Ii. H. R.) There is n hollow placo thcro at least tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It 4 inches deep. It forms a basin to catch is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, SHORTEST, QUICKEST water for tho birds to drink and batho or money refunded. Price 25 cente per in. It waa AND DEST LINE TO full of water on nearly box. For salo by Short & Haynes, Wednesday afternoon, and tho blind druggiste. . man dabbled in tho littlo pool gently. St. AND ALL POINTS Ho hovered over tho gravo for sovoral Leu Knows. minutes, and became an object of curiSouth-Wes- t. ous interest to at least a hundred perMr. Len Coahman, tho popular Assessor of Brcckenridgo county, was in town sons who stood on tho sidewalk and io d Jul; 31. 1892. through tho fence Now Friday. Mr. Cashman says, the Demo-crat- e watched him Lr. Louisville 8:05 ,m...8:25 p.m. ..4:11) p.m. York Timos. BtMfiXwltWfwSSKSSMVSSyoWsyQD' in Brcckenridgo aro in better shape Arr St. Louis 7:20 pm ...8:45 a m 10:00p.m. ErnniTllle liJO " than thoy were a year ago, when thoy It is not unusual for colds contracted in For further Information, csll on or addreii, elected Severs over tho combined forces tho fall to hang on all winter, In such R.A CAMPBELL, of tho Republicans and Populiste. Meado (Jen'l Pan. Ag't, Evsni'llle, Ind. 12 00 11 00 cases catarrh or chronic bronchitis are alChoice No. 2 County Messenger. 9 00 10 00 GREAT Good Medium 1. B CAMPBELL, most sure to result. A fifty cont bottlo of 5 60 4 50 Good Bright Straw D. f. A, LouIiTtllt, Ry Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will cure A reported outbreak of Cholera, at t, CORN. iW f'BV ,- CltyTlckot Offlce,S. W. Cor. Third A Main St 53 64 Choice white FURNISHED BY N. J., created much excitement in, any cold. Can you afford to risk so much Loulivillo, Ky. L'?:-I60 (a) 62 Choloe shelled II! ul (J that vicinity. Investigation showed that forso small an amount? This remedy is OATS. & Co., G. intended especially lor bad colds and P3s tho disease was not Cholera but a violent 34 33 No, 3 oati Western R, Fl. General Produce and Commission dysentery which is almost as sovcro and croup and can always bo depended upon. Lou!svi'Ie,Hardinsburg WHEAT. Wo must unload our Mammoth 70 No. 2 Long Berry wheat dangerous as Cholera. Mr. Walter Wil-lar- For Balo by A. R. Fisher, Druggist. Merchants and Genera Storage. 01 No. 2 TIME TABLE. No. 2 Red Stock of Fall Goods. a prominent merchant of Jamesburg HERNDON, Manager. Concluded II o Wouldn't. MISCELLANEOUS. TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. H. W. two miles from Hoimetta, says Chamber Reliable and prompt. Cash with every ao Tallow, per bbl 4 4 havo tho largest and most Briggs Why, old man, I thought you lian'B Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea RemeTrains' Enst Hound Trains count isle. Consignments solicited. 26 34 Beeswax had gone away on your vacation. I saw West Bound I Daily Daily Dally Dally complete lino of Sorghum per gallon - 37 30 dy has givon great satisfaction in tho most you down town tho other day buying a lot ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun LOUISVILLE. KY., Oot. 25, lb92. TOTATOES. of outing clothes. sovero cases of dysenterry. It is certain , No. 2 No. 6 No. 6 No.l 1 60 noma 25 barrel Griggs (sadly) Yes. That is why J Shippers should mark all packages plainly, From Grown per 6o per Lu higher. .! 11 Lv Irvlneton Ar 9 30am lyono of tho best things ever mado.' i tore 2o to e addrsis. Garfield 8 35 1210pm with sblppor's nam and didn't go. Clo'.hlf r and Furnisher. BEANS. For Balo by A. It. Fisher, Druggist. Harned 815 1225 DUTTER. 1 80 to 1 00 l- "Their very Tiopes, belled their fears, Their fears their hopes belled, They thought him dying when he slept And sleeping when he died.' Arvin was a bright, intelligent littlo boy of a lively cheerful disposition, bo much so, that his playmates always liked to lirivo him with them; his great lovo for remedy lor neuralgia, rheumatism, burns, toothaches and ruts. We arc never without it." our own horn this rreek, good folks A, repreientatlfo religious paper, a representative agricultural paper and a reK 0 presentative weekly put tho buglo to their II pi and wo but ceho the ringing words they print. Read them on the other end of this advertisement. and $10.00 buys ahandsomo, flfeft A A$7.00, iJpXJi Overcoat of VBorviccnblo, fashionablo-mad- o any sizo and stylo. AA$15,00, 18.00 nnd $20.00 buys a supc-rpXWevlVrbly.niado, lined and trimmed Overcoat, equal to the choicest custom-mad- e work. QkO AflSlO.OO, $12.00, $15.00, $20.00 gives choico fl)O.UV0fover 2,000 elegant suits in any stylo you want. OYBROOATS STJITS. ABOVE IS Best Shoes and Hats on Earth. I3ST Matron's Shoes $1.76; Old Ladies' Shoes $1; valids' Shoes 98c; Nurses' Shoes 08c; Comfort-givin- g BLR0-A.t3iTS Western Ilaptist SHOES. In- "Lowest Prices," v gi 9 PROOF THAT OUB WORD CHILDREN'S FINE WEAR, Lovely Child'a Overcoat nt 08c, $1.49, $1.98, $2.50, $3.50, $6.00 Boys' Ovorcoat at prices beginning at $3.00, $3.50, !f4.00 and up to $8.00. Short Pant Suits, 99c, $1.39, $1.00, $1.98 $2.25 to $5.00. Reefers, Jersey Suits, Kilt Suits, Russian Blouse Suits and all tho novoltios of tho season. IS AS GOOD AS Shoes $1.28; Church Slioes $2.50; Homo Shoes 85c; Easy Shoes 68c; Evening Shoes $3, 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 Slioes $1.28; Play ground Shoes $1.48; Grandfathers' Shoes 98c; Merchants' Slioes $3; Physicians' Shoes $4; Clergymen's Shacs $2.98; Bicycle Shoes $1.50; Fanners' Shoes 98c; Party Shoes $1.75; Mechanics' Slioes 98c; r' Lab-orsc- This house has lonir had the reputation of selling nt lower prices than any other estatf llihmrnt in the country. Knrmers Home Journal. "At The Head," The M n in m o t li stands nt the hend. A trip to the city is not complete unless one visits this establishment. Anderson News. IT FINE & SIioch 98c. GOLD. SHOE Fourth and Fifth Streets, LOUISVILLE, KY. MAMMOT1 Street, between AND CLOHTING COMPANY 1 IF1 KLRINHANS SIMONSON GREGORY & CO,, Reapers and Mowers, O IR, Ji. Pine Poplar Shingles Ooocl Ml TRY THE nmole Gigar. I V 18. TIME SCHEDULE k to-da- A I H CX3r-A Hand-Mad- 0 ON THE MARKET, MANUFACTURED BY Louis, Evansville West and Time-Cur- CL0VEBP0BT CIGAR COMPANY. Ftop'r. JT. nVC. BELL, IM Hel-met- li Len. Herndon d, -:- I I 30-J- poit-offlc- "Old Iroimlilrs." If tho portrait of bohio grandam who ' For Sale or Bent. 12 42 mUMP mnm.f.ii jiuaiLivu KuuiAiimu y would Do roiunucu u satis- ilte did not follow ito use. tot its success is plain. It BUIU Vll 1 Sk (iI4I.n 141MB plnteand can always the very best remedy for xtlpJtH etc. Trico 5oc. and $1 .00 JJnifstoro, A Hayn bode- - flw CloTtrport following lO. T. Skillman, 1st violin; 2d violin: Ralph putting, Uttlng, Clarionet; James Seb MoCraeken, loorman, baas viol. Eve-pert performer on hi irnt, and th citixena of trjjttod to i orgr.l6l witli the lived in tho early duys of tho century conld "materialize," and, stopping down. tako hor placo bcaido tho "tailor mndoi girl" of today, tho differonco would bo no more marked than that between tho good ship Constitution nnd a modern "ocean greyhound." Nevertheless, In splto of tho topheavinciis of tho old ship, or as compared with tho now, if tho two 6allod down our harbor there would bo no necessity for an order of "Hate off," and our heartbeats would toll us for which rang out tho "threo times throo." Well does this great foremothor of ours command both lovo and roverence. Capital Stock $25,Q00. Stanch was she with tho strength of oak from the forest primeval; unwavering B. V. 11EAUD, President, the pole star in the path of dnty, ever WIM MII.LKR, Vloe.Prsldt. and like'n true woman of the olden1 H. II. BKARD, Cashier. time, ere "right" and "suffrage" had lifted, their head t from the neither ohaoa, Q.W.BKAKD I the obeyed her master, while be, true' MORRIS BfiKRIDOK I .Dire tor brave man of the olden time that he ft. M. JOLLY. J and .oved and honored her, Jane de' INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Fifty acres of good strong bill land, three and a half miles front Clorerport, Ky. ROUT. K. WOODS, Addreii War Department, Washington, D. 0 Kirk 118 Jolly 130 Glcndeane 148 Dempster 155 216pm nr FnllsllouKhlv Itockvale 250 Huth 302 Aaklns 314 Oaks 329 400pm ArFordsvilleLv Hardinsburg 760 715 Choice, country 16 1 1 IB 644 634 614am 564 5 29 5 21 7 06 Medium......... Common... Creamery EdQS. rOULTUY. 26 1& 38 ") J Michigan, hand ploked -- ndlatia Navy " Common and colored Flat and mixed 1 Fresh Old llem per lb Rooster to 16 600 4 45am BANK Sprlngen FEATHERS. Prime, white gosie- Mixed , Old No. 1. duck 8 to 9 3 to 4 10 to 11 48 40 CELERY. Fancy white plume, per dot. Choico Choice Green ONIONS. Northern, per bbl on arrival from store " " CABBAOE. Per crate from itoro 1 60 to 1 60 75 to 1 00 65 to 1 00 50 to 2 50 200 to 300 2 00 to 3 00 35 to 40 20 to 25 10 to 20 Evor brought to this country. Our stock of Dry Goods, Hardwaro Hats, Caps and V. " 26 (ft 38 25 S) 40 EARDINSBUEG sr A Urge number ot HIDES. Green, rood good Dry flint, cood Dry-Salt, -- .. . SJ. 6 M 7 Y. FRUIT Hardinsburg TREES At the Sheep skin WOOL. Grease, 25 9 80 u Greise, eoario Merino Durry and fino..................... ...... ..... 30 32 22 C$ 25 30 16 14 21 18 18 Nursery, Aro surprisingly cheap. Como early and pecuro the best bargains. Wo also havo a nico lino of School Books and Drugs, Call and eco 0ti y We quo to prloei HAY, GRAIN, FEED. on Louisville oltj HAY, 1300 13 00 For next fall delivery. Order what you want Anything we haven't on hand, we will procure it for you at the lowest rates. Manager Hardinsburg Nursery. HARDINSBURG ,KY us. wharft Strletlyohoke ZACK. GREEN, W. C. MOORMAN, GLENDEANE, KY, " lMtf ll ' VinwiipiilipilMIMHHI ww? AHirt BEWLEYVILLE. "Mlfisfcallio Millerrbturned to WashHARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. . -, Win J. Wlntrr. ington Monday. " Henry Winter. Johu M. BorntraeQer. " ' " mil. Mr. Gilbert Kasoy has returned from Miss Lulu Ionlon visited friends nt L, H. & W. TIME TABLE Texas. Addison last Friday. uuixa WEST. Cljft'e? otrr i'oyrie it Wt Hardware Slore. Mr. Alfred Payne will go to Texns this Pauengor Dally arr. Ilrdlnibarg..l3:42 p.m. John Cone tho clever notion drummer week. OLOVERPORT. KY. OdlKO KAST. was in tho city Friday. Largo lot of ginghams at Co. per Notice Vest's ad in another column, Passenger tlaltj arr. Hardlnibnrg.. 7i50 a.tii M. D. A. A. yard at tho Cash Stpre. nnd mako your guess. Mrs. Snllio Board isvlsitlngat Webster. Miss Florence Cain's Bchool was half Cannelton, camo Capt. J. Go to Hardin it Brown's for clieapgro-ccr- ii taught out last Friday. up Saturday and spent the day. 0ice otrr Jtreckenridge Hank. s. Mr.-II. -- Richardson of Neat, CLOVERPORT, KY. Charley Patterson, of Louisville, is In to Richardson Drug Co., was' in (own SatInterest in tho election is beginning ' the city, the giiest of his parents. warm up. urday. i , Arthur Board arrived in the eity SatMrs. W. J, Piggot, of Irvington, is visMrs. Mary W. Jordan can, on a hand urday and remained over Sunday. iting in tho city. loom,- - weave ten yards a day of good carLJ.S.CIaim & Pension Agent Georgo Cunningham, of Chenault.Ky., Men's flno shirts nnd underwear nt pet. s:tent Saturday nnd Sunday in the city. Hardin A Brown's. Tho Cash Store will sell you a flno silk STEPHENSPORT, KY. Guess tho majority in Breckinridge in W. J. Mattingly has bought out John fringe black cashmere shawl at $3.50 that county nnd get a pair of Vest's liu- - shoes. Pyles' barber shop. is usually sold at $o. Breckenridge News. Jesse Owen, of Louisville, lias bii-- in li you want your hair neatly trimmed Mrs. Dulley, of Fordsvllle, was visiting tho city for Bovcral dnjs visiting his par- friends here last week. call on Mr. W. E. H. He is nt Bowloy- ents. WEDNESDAY, OCTOH'-'.20, 1M)2. State Senator, Hon. James Wortheni villo overy Saturday afternoon. The infant child of Genrgi Wilkeron was in the city Mondny. Mr. Leo Jordan is sending milk to died Friday night and was Luriul SatPUBLIC SPEAKING Ho was never known to the creamery. Matt Bell, the Clovorport cigar man urday. touch a thing that didn't prosper. Mi C. 1". Basil, of Loutavitlf, n Michiwas in town lust week. Joo IjiHeist lias moved his jewelry gan Deuiocr.it, will address tl.o Mr. D. C. Johnson expects to make a Thurmnn Smith lost a very valuable of Clovorport shop into tho now house just biilt by visit soon to San Antonia, Texas, to soo work horse last Saturday. Mrs. Sawyer. after his land estate near that place. Mr. Virgo Hardin and wife, aro visitLOCAL BREVITIES. Miss Etta Parr, of Mooleyvllle, is the Miss M. Bettie Drury spent Friday and ing Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Witt. guest of her cousin, Mrs. Miunio O'Neill, Saturday in Louisville as an interested Tho father of Gray's wifooficrs$100 re- observer of tho Columbian celebration. W. A. Smith, of Holt, wns in the city Tobinsport. ward for tho capture of Gray. Monday. Urey Woodson, editor of tho Owens-bor- o Miss Vic Payne in company with Mr. C'tirlt Richardson, of Union Star, JihIko T. It. McBcnth Fciit Sundny in Messenger, was a passinger on the tho gallant Henry D., with u nico turnspent Saturday nnd Sunday here. Clotliiei-this city. train Monday. out, mode allying visit to Hill Grove on Mr. nnd Mrs. Percy Beard camo'xivcr Sunday lasl. John W. B niirlinnip, of JtainiiU', wns , . County Assessor, Len Cashuian, of in the city Mondny. and Moit. Skillman, of Vibtcr, from Union Star Sunday evening. Mr. Thomas J. Jolly is over stocked Mr. Jesse Smith, who has been some with horses. Good ones that he will sell Hlh street is now being improved be- were in tho city Monday. tween First mid Second. at low prices and riasonablo terms. E. A. Richardson, of Hilpp & Richard- time nt Clovorport was hero last week. Buckner and General F. Call on him. Mrs. Hobt. McCnvock, of Missouri, is son, Louisville, was in thd city Saturday Irish tatocH, sWeet potatoes, dab STEPHENSPORT. Watt Hardin at Hardinsburg. Suiting Mrs. Thos. Denn. bago and turnips nt Hardin & Biown's. displacing clothing samples. The Bowleyville school is expected to Last Saturday was a big day fur tho J. T, Hanks is at home. Mrs. Geo. McMionn, of DeKovin, was Hon. D. II. Severs and son, Andrew, open on Monday, Nov. 7th, with Mr. People of sedentaiy habits, who are Democrats at Hardinsburg. Tho liibt week. .R. W. Vaglin is in Louisville. visiting her husband subjt ct to constipation, can roxutiitu their came down from Frankfort last Saturday. Given, of Florence, Indiana, as principal and that tho Drury, assistant. is visiting bowels by tho use of Ayer's Pills. of Louisville, 18 in Mr. J. F. Jenkins, Mrs. Manion, of Henderson, Hardin & Brown always givo you bar- Mits tana General Hardin wero both to speak to town. sister, Mrs. Patrick llooney. gains wlion you purchase nt their counMrs. Katio Jordan has returned Will C. Jolly, of Bowleyville, received her there, brought out a large number of her homo in Grayson county, after tho set of Chrsty knives ollered by Suiter ters. Jimtnio Crawford went to Loulsvillu Born to the wife of Thos. II. Moorman, was Democrats, nnd the court-roospendhur two weeks witli the Misses Friday, as a premium with the Bheckeniiiihie Mrs. Sallio Board who has been visitOct. 5th, a boy, Win. Priest Moorman. crowded. Governor Buckner spoke first ing at Webster returned home Inst Mon- Trua, Lidda and Sarah Jordan. It. A. Smith went to Louisville Fri- nnd alluded in feeling terms to tho very Mrs. Ciias. Cottrell, of Busselville, is News, worth SI. Sulzcr received tho diploma at the day. Mr. Alonzo Bennett has alargesixyear day. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Short. tlio guest of flattering vote the Democrats of tho coundisold, heavy draft mulo that he will sell Mr. and Mrs. Bion Jolly, of Bewlcy-villMessrs. M. Blnino and J. II. Payne arc ty gave him flvo years ago, when he wasa Louis lloreely fell out of a wagon at Rome fair for the best advertising wore visiting hero lastSaturday and cheap. If you havo heavy hauling to do on the sick list. candidate for tho high oflico of Governor Bennett's quarry, several days ago, and play over several competitors. Ed. G regoyou had better see him soon. ry arranged the display. Sunday. broke a leg. Master Jim. Frank Biggs lias a severe of the State. He said tlio voto hero was Mrs. Martha Woolverton has just had cose of scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cunningham, of exceedingly gratifying to him, nnd Bliould The Grand jury ha3 returned but very Mr. L, C. Head, of Louisville, is in the always remember our people in the kindcounty buying tobacco to be rehandled Daviess county, passed through the city few indictments. They will adjourn to- her barn covered with tho Wyman Felt Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Miller were in t, Roofing. This is the coining roof, soon Friday, enroute to their old home, est terms. He then took up tho discusmorrow. in this city. Cloverport Monday. to take tho place of iron and tin. to visit relatives. sion of tho history of the general govern-inen- t disease or huThere was a very largo crowd at tho To cure any scrofulous Mrs. L. B. Helm and Mrs. It. W. from its earliest period, showing in Go to tho Cash fitoro and get n good Mr. W. Oliver, who resigned his posiBaptist church dedication at Jolly's stamor, try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It, cleanses Vaughn spent last week in Irvington. a plain comprehensive manner how it pair of boots at cost. You will bo sorry at tho Breckenridge tion last Sunday. tion as the blood. Mrs. Mollio Kimblo was the guest of was founded, and tho plan upon which Mining Co, several weeks ago, will reWitt and Menders storehouse wasbro-ke- n that you didn't do this after a few weeks. Miss Mary Allen Moorman, of Louisturn to England this week. "Merchants talk" you say now,afterawiIe her brother, Mr. R. A Smith, last week. its founders intended it should be carried into ono night last week, and a ville, who has been visiting Mrs. C. W. Mrs. Sallio Blaln has opened a hotel out. Reviewing the history of political you will find it true when it is too late Fred Pierce, of tho Aqua Pura Co., Las of cigars stolen. Moorman, returned home last Wednesparties, ho showed how the Republican In the Jarrett House, on Water street. you. to benefit Vegas, New Mexho, was in the city from day There were quite a number of tho Mrs. Nannio Bossctt, of Cloverport, party had violated the plain provisions Sunday till yesterday, tho guest, of his sample ballots handed around among the Triplctt, now near 80 years Sirs. Susan Miss P.ui1inc Hollingsworth, an accomwas tlio guest of Mrs. It. A. Smith Sat- of the Constitution, in passing laws in tho Hon. It. 11. Pierce. old, was out on a visit to frionds and relcitizens hero Inst week. plished lady from Washington, Iowa, is father, favor of ono class against another ever Some of urday. atives a few days last week. Dr. W. B. White will be at the Napper the guest of her cousin, Miss Jennie Joe Gray, tho negro murderer is still Mrs. A. S. English nnd son were iu sinco it hnd been in power. Tlio tariff he her friends felt disappointed by not reNov. 1st, 2nd, .Ird, at largo. His wife is house hi Clovorport Keith. still alive, but in a ceiving a visit. Come again, Aunt Susan, town Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. said was a fair sample of this. He gave class dentistry work very critical condition. John Lewis Henry, in attempting to 4th nnd 5th. First several illustrations of the effects of tho S. English. and stay longer. charges. Give him spring out of the way of a horse at Ben- done. Reasonable The Master Commissioner has been diof Rome, and tariff upon tlio people as advocated and Mrs. S. G. Reynolds, Tho Cash Store will pay you CJc. a nett's sale, Tuesday, the 11th inst., broke u. call. carried out by the Republicans. Ho rect d to sell tho stock of goods left by gallon for fresh milk in merchandise, Miss Maud Gardner, of Trov, spent Sun- showed how it had centralized all Pick your man and make your guess W. II. Bell at public auction. one of his legs. the which will be worth more to you than day in town. of Vest's To keep the beard from turning gray, on Breckenridge county on one Mr. Joseph Tien" and Mrs. S. A, Hafley II. Lay, who has been traveling wealth of the country into certain secMr. J. ballots, and if you are the closest ou 8c. after you haul it four or flvo miles. and thus prevent the appearance of age, were married in Louisville last week. And better than churning it yourself to for "Commercial Building Trust," of tions where manufacturing interests were will get a pair of $o shoes free. See their great ngainst those of otticr sections. And use Buckingham's Dye for the whiskers, They returned here Saturday. got not more than 4c. worth out of a Loulsvillu, is in town. big ad. he showed that the people every where the best dye made. Mr. Morris Eskridgo has made quito gallon. Mrs. John Frakcs, of the St. Cloud Smart A Co., Cloverport, Ky., will pny wero taxed under tho present system to an improvement on his law oflico by Mrs. A. It. Fisher, Mrs. Amanda Fisher Archy, you Humbolt, did Miss Ha'lio Hotel, Brandenburg, secoived tl o gold your railroad fare, round trip, with keep up these manufacturing centers. putting up a shed in front of it. chaparoned by Master I). It. Murray look as pleasing when you left there last & Co., as a Ho maintained that tho wealth of the cuir buttons given by Smart every $15 purchase. went to Irvington last Wednesday to D. R. Murray was appointed CommonSunday at 10 O'clock at night as when premium with the Ukkckenmihie Nhws, country should bo more equally disMr. John Fisher. visit wealth's attorney, protem, in the absence you first got there ? Hallio knows just worth $2. tributed, but that it could never bo done of Mr. Wnthcn w ho is nt home sick. The till of Martin's lunch house, near what is right, anoMn her quiet way will On the evening of October 10th, Miss under the present system of Republican Mrs. Delia Fisher, who accompanied the depot, was "touched" Sunday even- tho family of Mr. J. L. Miller to Gas John Rodgers (colored), of Big Spring, get there mighty quick. Better not Cora Richardson wns married to Mr. legislation, and tariff and taxes. Hesaid ing, Oct. 10th, to the amount of $10" in got two years in the pen for shooting at stay quite so long next time. Percy M. Beard; Dr. W. W. Larnbuth of- that tho Democratic party was opposed City, Ind., a couple of weeks ago, receivcash. The thief is not known. to such a system and had always been. Thd directory of' tho World's Fair at ficiating. ed a slight paralytic stroke one day last Alf., his half brother with intent to kill. Mrs. Sarah J. Furrow renewed hersub-scirptio- n week. Mr. Arnel Kincheloo, who lias a posiits recent sermonial opening, liad.it seems Attendants Messrs. Morris Beard, It was tho only party that guaranteed the yesterday and received as a preC. Richardrelief which the people demanded. Marion .1. Heist, of Henderson, is the tion witli a Louisvillo shoo house, was ono set of reserved seats for tho upper brother of the groom, and It. mium n man's saddle worth $2,50. It guest of his sister, Mrs. J. A. Keith. hero a few days last week visiting his crust, invited guests, another set for the son. Tlio brido was handsomely attired Ho paid his respects to tho Third party was just what her husband needed. second class of invited guests, while the in pearl giey broad cloth, carrying a and warned tho people to steer clear of This is his old homo and ho is greatly parents. Jlrs. J. D. Brashear, Oucnsboro, Sirs. pleased at the iniprovementand prosperGovernor Buckner and General Har- great herd of us common fellows could boquot of la Franco nnd Brido roses. The its fallacies. Ho said the doctrines advoW. II. Bowmer and Mrs. C. W. Moordin wero guests at Win. Vessel's hotel take seats in tho rear or not at all as wo groom wore the usual black. Mendels-sbon'- s cated by tho Third party peoplo wore not ity of his native city. choose. Wo are glad Cleveland and wedding march was artistically altogether new. Thoy had been advoman spent a pleasant day lust WednesGen. Buckner is a hardy nnd active old last Saturday. They had a number of Harrison were not there. cated many years ago, and the same day with Mrs. Jas. G. Stephens Holt. executed by Mr? E. A. Richardson. man for his age. After speaking hero callers. principles thoroughly exposed. Ho apTho happy pair received tho congratulaOn All City Tax Bills not paid by NovMr. R. S. Skillman has been appointed Friday night he went to Hardinsburg Smart & Co., Cloverport. Ky., will pay present, immediately pealed to the Democrats not to bo lead ember 18U2 Six per cent will be added. trustee of the jury fund. Mr. Win. II. your railroad fare, round trip, with every tions of friends and spoke in tho afternoon Saturday, after which all repaird to tho dining off by tho Third party advocates. It. L. Newsom. tbeh drove back here, crossed tho river Bell tho former incumbent having moved $15 purdh. room to partake of an elegant repast. His speech was a great effort and it made City Tax Collector. and drove to Tell City, where he spoke out of tho State. The presents were numerous, consisting a flno impression upon tho audienco. UNION STAR. The meeting was a very successful one Saturday night nnd returned to Louisville Tho city council met last week and principally of silver. The handsome and Many persons, who had heretofore been raised tho license to personsselling goods there being forty conversions, witli two Sunday via. tlw Texas. Mr. jlolm Milner, of Robert's Bottom, accomplished bride, is the daughter of Democrats, but had gono with tho Third professions of sanctiflcation. The entire The Democrats at Rome had a polo &c, on tho streets at public auction from was in town Sunday. D. S. Richardson, a prominent merchant party, wero heard to say after tho speakchurch was wonderfully revived. They elevated $1 to $10 per day. raising last Saturday. of Union Star. Tho groom is a son df ing that they intended to comeback into Misg Lena Gillilnnd who is teaching at Will Slaton who has been running as Itev. Chas. Itoyl and Itev. I). L. Bowlds tho rooster 110 feet and tho stars and Hon. B. F. Beard, and is a rising young tho party and vote with tho Democrats. Sample was in town Sunday. wiH fly from thnt polo ten feet brakeman of the L. II. A W., had ono of Babtist preacher at Pelhille, closed a stripes General Hardin followed Governor merchant of Hardinsburg. Misses Pink Ricketts and AJa Hanks meeting at Sample Sunday night, which abqye Jlio 'coon, its Itepubjicnn neighbor. his fingers mashed o IT the other day while Buckner in a Bpeech of an hour and a AVhat is tho world to them. spcnt'Sat. and Sun. in Stephensport. had been continued for about two weeks. The Democrats of Rome aro wide- coupling cars at Oaks. In pomp, ll pleasure! and Hi nomemse all f half, and it wns a treat to many to hear Mrs. R. B. Cox, who has been quite ill awake and hustling and no amount General Hardin. Thoy know about what Who in each otlicrf clatp, wh tetr fair. Tho new booths and ballot boxes for the Itev. Mr Parrish, pastor of the Baptist High fancy forms, and lavlnh hearUcan wish. was coining from him, and tho crowd supervisors can coming election arrived lost week. One for the past two weeks, is improving. church, will preach a special sermon to of Republican face; mind, or Or on the was eager for him to get on tho stand. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. French and son of the booths was set up in the hall of the children at that church nextSuuday. intimidate them at the polls. Truth, nomine", honor, h,irinony and love, When ho got fairly started, ho made the for public inspection. wero guests of Mrs. Philo Hawkins Wed. All the children are especially invited to Mr. W. D.Coleman, of Weldon. Mende tho court-hous- o The tidiest bounty oflndulijent heaen. welkin ring. He dealt the Republicans county, happened to bo the first man bo present. Miss Amia Bossctt, of Cloverport, is Tho first Quarterly meeting for tho A Good Band. many hard blows, nnd camo down upon Mr. W. T. Gallager and Miss Mary that subscribed for the News after wo present year, will bo held n tho M. E. tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.JIall this week. Tho Clovorport Mechanics Brass Band tho Force bill with all tho power that were married in Louisville Oct. published our list of premiums, and ho church, South, next Saturday and SunDonahue l cfllci-ewas in him. General Hardin's speech day. Re.v. S. C. Allen, tho now presid5th. They are now boarding at Jordan's received the $4 vest chain. We are Mr. Hughes Frymirc, of Preston, is is now reorganized, and under tho down in tho list, but the premiums ing Elder will bo present. teaching of Mr, Ralph Nutting, the was a clincher, and it put new lifointo and will make this eity tluir restaurant, suffering with a very sovero case of continue good, nnd subscriptions are cornetist; is making rapid progress to- tho boys. Tho two arguments convinced future home. Mr. Bamett, tho Republican candidate pouring in upon us. We will not letup for Congress in this district, spoke at tho perfection. They now make good many of their error, and thoy arn unMrs. Nancy Skillman, the venerable Hon. A. B. Montgomery addressed a ward thoy doubtedly coining back in November. T. Skillman, this with good prizes. We arc determined to courthouse Monday. Ho had a good very interested audience hero on last music and it will not be long before mother of A. B. and J run our subscription list up to 3,000 by crowd out to hear him, and the speech will rival any band In this section of Ahe the Democrats of Breckenridge city, aged 90 years, fell down and disloWednesday. your subscription was highly appreciated by tho Republicountry. Following aro tho names of county ready to surrender their claims cated her wrist and broke a bono in her Christmas. Send in Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Helm, Mrs. It, W. to the Third party in tho approaching now. morabers with tho pieces thoy play: cans. arm one day last week. Vaugn and family wero guestsof Mrs. Dr. Well, Ralph Nutting leader and teacherjHen-r- y contest ?more hardly. For twenty-flv- osucyears or our banner has waved Local talent for public speaking his Milner Sunday. Next Sunday will be ehildrens day at HAWESVILLE. Lewis, 1st Eh cornet; JohnJohnstono, cessfully over every opposition, and tho been rather light in this county this. year. the Batpist church. A nice program has atMr. J. 1 Jenkins, of Louisville, 2d Eb cornet; Ed. Martin, solo Bb cor- boys do not proiwsu to let it go down in If tlioro has been a man in the county to tended the been arranged for this occasion. Miss n wedding net; It W. Lewis, lBt Bb cornet; Harvo this struggle. The Bigns nro favorable Capt. J. W. Carlton has returned take the stump for Cleveland and Democ- Wednesday evening. Irene Newsom will conduct the music. south. make Adams, 2d Bb cornet', Fred Uttinp, solo for victory nil along the line, and to to it doubly sure let every man come the racy, somebody will please name him. A ni 'o time is in store for them. W. W. Brooks, solo Eb Mr. It. C. Richardson went to HardinsEb clarionet; Miss Horral, of Ceclla, Hardin county, front and do his wholo duty. Hodney Shumaker, of Rome, ono of tl.o A brand new, full nnd complete stock burg Sat. to hear Ex. GoV. Buckner and Henry Yenger, 1st Eb altoe; James is visiting friends here. uncompromising Indiana Democrats was of Jewelry just received; watches ranging Hon. Watt Hardin speak. Pike; 2d Eb Altoe; Anthony Ballmnn.Ut ' Hon. P. W. Hardin spoke horo Monin tho city last Thursday. Hodney says Pimples, in prices from $3 up. Ladles' and gentleBoils, Mrs. W. C. Cunningham nnd danghtcr Bb tenor; James M. Lewis, 2d Bb tenon day evening to a good crowd. Clove-lanthat his State is as sure to go for men's jewelry to suit everybody prices of Chenault, Ky., nro tho guests of Mr. Andrew J. Garrett, baratonej Oscar HoK Court of Claims met hero Monday down to the bottom. as tho election comes ofl". T. C. Lewis. and Mrs. Owen Cunningham. der, slide trombone; James Boyd, Bb Black Heads, Boh-lehas bought the store- with very little work in prospect. Itichnrd Beavln died, at tho homo of bass; 8. J. Lowis, El) tuba; Thomas Mr. Leslie Norton Judge McBcath nnd Mr. Stono met on The now ballot system is being much house and lot of C. C. Martin for which snalrdrum; Thomas Prescott, bass There was Mn Jno. Brown near Lodlburg Sunday. the stump hero Court-dnFACT. he payed $1,800 cash. Martin will give discussed in this county nt present and a pretty good number of Third party peo-p'- o Tho interment took place tlio following drum. TC must all hare tiuw.rioh blood, whl-possession December 1st. and Beavin will it is believed that a great falling off in ia Ttiutilly miulo bv thnt TAmnrknliln nrotuir. out and of coursa thoy put in day. tho vote will occur. i.Uou.Dr. LWBSIX'S IU7S37ZD BLOOD DliSCftC start a saloon and lunch house. Kur tli'i fprtlx curu their best licks for their favorite HowMr. and Mrs. W. B. Gardner, of BcroiuU, Wasting, Politics is "blling over" In this ConM.irenr nl Craig, tho hickory timber man has Krnntli.ni. KmlnaliuL ever, they liavo no advantage over tho Ky., spent Wed. ahd'-Thuin f lul dnonr. and ttrery lndlention of L IPOTer--. bought all the hickory tinbcr of tho gressional District now, with three can- Democrats. McBcath meets every argu- town . Cr. Lhliir'i Slool Bureau la tho MiinI tho. guests of Mr, and MrsE. li. i.mi..l kn ult.i hot' Afln ! Breckenridge Milling company. Burl didates in tho field. Ellis, (Dem.) will ment Mr. Stone nuts up, and is said to Gardner. DrafffrlaU joll it Beard, of Hardlnsburg has tho contract roceivo about the same old majority. THE SELLERS MEDICINE CO, bo gaining ground in the race overy day. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Richardson and ; "-- - t i rt t for hauling it and will bo down this week t , , Senator J. W. Adams and wife, of McBeuth will certainly carry this county. daughter Sara Ellen camo down from with his teams. visiting friends and Pine Bluff, Ark., are Notice Just stop and think for a mo- Louisville to bo present nt tlio Beard i oak's Cotton Root Tho young friends of Miss J'fllo relatives here, having icturned from ment. When you wish to purchaso a Richardson wedding Wed. evening. Swnggota surprised her lost Saturday Washington nnd tho East on a bridal watch, or clock, silverware, spectacles, To vote the straight Democratic ticket night by rushing in upon her with a sur- tour. Mr. Adams Is but 27 years of ago musical goods, sewing machine supplies COMPOUND. put your X under the feet of the Roaster prise party. The event was Miss KiIIo'b and has recently been elected to tho -, A rtcent dlwovery by an old or jewelry of nny kind. It would bo a phytlcian. Succcifullyucd birthday. Itcfreshinents were served and Arkansas Senate from tho Pino BiufT great inlstako for you not to cxamino my Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Inside the squaret. montly by thonitandi of Dyspepsia, distress after eating, sour U the only perfectly a nico timo generally was cnjoyeil by all. District. Ilolsn natlvo of Hawesvlllo goods nnd prices beforo purchasing elsetufa anil rellahlA m(ll.tn. addressed tho Cleveland Club hero and stomach, poor appctito, bad tasto, coated uifcovercu, Keware of unprincipled druceUta Ono of the attractions in town last week where. Call and take a look. who oflci r Inferior medlclnea In place of thli. Ak When Baby waa alck, we gave her Caitorta. last Friday night. tongue nnd heartburn are cured by f, Cnnl''a Cotton Hoot Compound, take no atih. T. O. Lewis. was u gang of Mexicans and Indians, conWhen ahe waa a Child, aha cried ror Cutorta, Little Earjy Risers, tlio famous titutc, or Indole ii and 6 centa In pottage in sisting of two bears, two monkeys, two letter, and we will aend, aealcd, by return mall. FOR OYHI'M'HIA little pills. Hull tcaled particular In plain envelope, to Smart A Co., Clovorport, Ky., will pay When aho became Mlat, the clung to Caatorla, Iron Illltem. bull dogs, two men, three women and a Ue Ilrown'a When the had Children, aha gare them Crt orl. only, For sale by Short A Hayncs, Cloverport, ladle nti 4 atampi. I'hyilclani recommend It yuir raiiroard faro, round trip, with wholo host of little dirty, half naked chilAll dealer keep It. tl.OO per bottle. (Jcnulno every 513 purchaso. dren. and crouod red Unci on wrapper. Dr Physician J. M. Clayton, ' Surgeon. ' r Simons, kit YOU A DEMOCRAT, Physician ? Surgeon Arc you a Republican, or are you a W.- J.W.JARBETT, Populite? It doesn't matter, however, what your political opinions may be, you can all buy "our own make" Clothing the world for one and the the best same price, and that is a low price. Come and see our beautiful line of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats, and g V t. .. "j 'wJti'B a .,'r m 'ra citi-701- make your selections. V 3 Julius Winter & Co., 'Olcl Reliable" H t East-bou- Itny-fnoii- Qor. Third andMarket, Louisville, Ky CHM s238 Are You Cloaked TO BE IN THE FASHION ? All Wear Cloaks I e, And those who are seeking Style and Price, should call at once. SULZER'S, OLOVERPORT, KY, (f Clie-naul- book-keep- few-box- tove v s , Beard-Richards- on ANCHOR STOV: A full line of this celebrated br Stoves in any and al). styles. If yo the best, buy the Anchor Sheet Iron 9 Step Stoves and a full line of Pipe, vare and Stove-board"li s. COME AND SEE. bull-dosin- g B. F. BEARD & CI now-wel- nt Scar-lotln- a. HARDINSBU1 Beard-Richardso- al-to- e; d, J0 r, yj ,',' Read It As It Runs. " i- h Clio-nau- lt, l)i-wi- No more vivid picture of life in Revolutionary times r. bto-xl- ... than our new serial story, "Edwin Brothertoft." mPl f f t Do-Wit- t's 1 trade-mar- 'jMhK u-- rt m ffW jfrmmi fa! 4 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVUM IJKR 2, 1802. NO D. & VHIOII, O. HAI1IIAOK, Editor and i i Proprietor!. FREE FOR ALL T. I.ocnl Time finrd. 10.01 a.m. " Wet ..10.44 a.m. S.S7 p.m. " East bxnreii ' " Wit - 946 p.m., uoca. rrigo( " Ea.i ii.iv a.m. -- 10.0b a.m. ' Weit " Uatll and Bxpresi going Rait Ii. St. Ij. A: "Vest's" Fine Footwear A PAIR OF ft ! :t OUR CANDIDATES. Elegant THIS Democratic Ticket. FOIl I'SESIDENT, ' J. K) u hoesfJx - PRESENTED FREE! :PXj-A.3nT- LOADED ,TO - GROVER l'Oll CLEVELAND, YpitK. OK NKW VICIMMIKSIUKNT ADLAI E. STEVENSON, h 'V V, 'V i OF ILLINOIS. pon CONOItKSS A. 4 B. MONTGOMERY, OF 1IAIIDIN COUNTY. FOK CinCUIT JUDGE T. R. McBEATH, OF GRAYSON COUNTY. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S V, ATTORNEY 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 inwith ink and mail or hand to us securely sealed in an envelope on the back oE which must be written "Vest's Good Shoes." As estimates must reach us on or before noon of the 8th day of November 1892 -- THE.. 111 III 1 In II v ill Mmmu Overcoats, ;&. . : BUY YOUR SHOES OP VEST. " " :- - . 'A ' WEED S. CHELF, OF HARDIN COUNTY. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK With the most stupendous values in Mens and Boys' artistic Harrison's majority will bo Cleveland's Votes in Breckenridgo County, Mt' 4V " " " " . " '0 ! R. S. SKILLMAN, FOR SHERIFF i, . Name Town P. Ope Guess to O Suits, AND ; F. K. RHODES. Each Person. SIX PAGES. Lot every Democrat get in line and be at his post on next Tuesday. Clovehport will go to Hardensburg with her usual Democratic majority. The betting in Chicago last week was even money that Cleveland will carry Illinois. ' . 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. Hats, Shoes, AND The Indiana Supreme Court ha decided that tho registration roquirojacut of that state is unconstitutional. Vote tho straight Democratic ticket. There are no complications about it. And there is no danger of your ballot being thrown out. JoiiKtAUen Murray will speak A WIME- vote can-talk- "VEST 8z, SOISTS. THEY SAY That tho Third Party peoplo concede p.m. a.m 0 Furnishings, Cloverpart e3r saw. In order to have you visit our store, inspect these goods and make your pur chases, to do this we make this lib eral offer, with every purchase of' at Don't look for the Breckenridue for Harrison is a voto for a News next Wednesday, for you will not government. paternal get it 'til Thursday. Then you will no Uve minutes" over tho positively how tho election has gono. You telephone from Chicago to New York for S9. HAR01NSBURG DEPARTMENT. L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. OOINO WIST. u u r and Custer precincts this week. Tho Democrats should turn out and give him a hearing. Just place vour X under tho rooster's Pa.ienger Dally arr. Hardiniburg..l2:43 OOINO feet inside tho squaroand you have votqd columns is what Six pages forty-tw- o tho straight Democratic ticket. Don't you get this week. All this for less than attempt to vote any other or you might commit some error and havo your ballot The election of Qrover Cleveland two centu a week. thrown out. means that the people should take care and perIf a man has pluck, patience of this government, and not tho governseverance, ho will finally win in any leTho clerks of tho election at the variment run tho people. gitimate undertaking. ous products in tho county, will favor us by sending a statement of tho polls to This is no time to bo debating side Don't be "scared" of voting this new this oflico by mail, as soon as the voto is Issues. Every conscientious Democrat rooster and you counted. You will receive blanks on will go to tho polls next Tuesday and ballot, just stimp tho havo made no mistake, and it will go. which to send it. vote tho ticket straight. Passenger Dally arr. EAST. IUrdlniburg..-7:5- Mr. Arthur Board is in tho city. Take your produco to Hardin & Brown Mrs. Lulu Bush is visiting in Louis- ville Buy jour gorceries from Hardin & Brown. Mr. Barney Bell went to New Albany last Friday. Marshal C. L. Pate returned from Henderson Monday. Judge Mercer and J. D. Beeler went to Louisvilo Monday. Mrs. John Monarch has been quite sick for soveral days. Mr. C. T. Henderson was down from Webster last Sunday. Mr. A. W. Jones and wife, Pig Spring, wero visiting here last week. All goods bought of us aro delivered freo to any portion of tho city Hardin & Brown. Mrs. R. P. Shacklett, who has been visiting in Meado county, returned last Saturday. Mrs. Bell Warren, who has been visiting hero returned to her in Evansvilie, Ind., last Monday. Wo have an excellent quality of the now crop of New Orleans molasses at 50c per gallon, Hardin & Brown. Mrs. Mollio Kimball, who has been visiting hero for tho past month, returned to her homo in Illinois last Monday. The Master Commissioner will sell tho stopk of goods belonging to Wm. II. Boll, at public auction, beginning next Monday. Mr. John B. Weisonborgcr and Miss Emma Hanks wero married at the Huokeby Hotel Monday, Rov. Robt Cox r; ' - Indiana is all right, Mr. Matthews tho The News has given away to its subMr. Matthews Indiana's Democratic Democratic candidate for governor says scribers in the last three weeks over $40 candidate for Govornor,is just our sort of tho State by ironw.uuu 10 in premiums. Renew your subscription a man. The News would liko to step over lie will carry 10,000. for a year and get somo of tho good and voto for him next Tuesday. things whilo thoy are going. It might No other paper ever offered such in- bo possible that they won't last forover. Republican Voter I Tho Republican ducements to its subscribers. Big, little party teaches that tho McKinloy bill old or young. Tho BiincKENnmciE News The object of tho now ballot is fairness raises wages. gives to every yearly subscriber a premi- and honesty, and not to deprive people Has your wages been raised ? um. of their.votcs, or to havo them thrown The members of tho Legislature will to bo doing their out. Ask an ofllcer of tho election about Kentuckians seem all go home and voto, and then to Frank- share of the speaking in this campaign. what you don't understand and ho will fort and resume business at tho old Carlisle is in Now York, Jim. McKinzio givo you tho desired information. stand. A final adjournment is one of is in Illinois and Ashur Caruth in The Clovorport Cornet Band greeted tho last things thought of. Indiana. Mr. C. P. Bush last week with somo of delightful music. Tho News notices The People's Tarty is liko tho Don't attempt to scratch your ticket; its It leads its followers into voto it straight by placing your X under tho great improvement in this band mo rases and swamps of absurdities, and tho rooster, inside tho square Scratching under Mr. Nutting's direction, with exhausts them in fruitless chasing after is dangerous, and your ticket might bo pleasure A good band is a very essontial adjunct to a livo town. phantoms, myths and chimeras. thrown out altogether. When protective tariff advocates talk of high wages being fho effect of tho Dili, their witnesses are liko Bill Jonee'-oith-or deadoroffin Pennsylvania. They are never whero they can bo produced. . A man can guess, and guess and guess from now until tho election. Did you ever hear of so much guessing. Thero is no guessing about Cleveland's election. Ho will bo a suro winner. To fold tho now ballot, fold from bottom to top threo times, each time bringing tho fold to tho perforated lino juBt Grayson county to Judge McBcath. That tho greatest interest hero is centered on tho race between tho clerks and the sheriffs. That Jones Mercer will bo nt home to vote and that Arthur Board will remain hero for tho samo business. That tho Democrats havo decidedly tho advantage in this election. That one-hatho darkies won't know how to voto. That returns from all tho districts in tho county will reach hero by 0 o'clock. That every Democrat should bo at his post next Tuesday and seo that no man scratches his ticket. That no bets can bo had on tho result thougln Democrats are ready to put up the stuff. That under tho new law all tho bar rooms will bo closed. That if you want to fill up on red llcker, you had better lay in a supply on Monday. That every body is anxious to seo how tho secret ballot system will work. Smart & Co., Cloverport. Ky., will pay your railroad faro, round trip, with every $15 purchase. lf $15.00 We will pay your 11 'l A ' -- 2iPPn Pare To Cloverport from any place within 50 miles. Election Officers. Hardinsburg Precinct, No. 1. Judges Frank DoIIavcn, Matthias Shrowsberry. Sheriff James W. Wright. Clerk Chas. L. Beard. Hardintburg Precinct, No. 2. Judges D, R. M. Smith,M. L. Kinche-lo- SMART & CO., CLOVERPORT, KY. Sheriff Aaron Norton. Clerk James P. Stuart. Hewleyrille Precinct. Judges Rlloy Dowell, Leo Jordan. o. You Can "Win 56,000 By estimating tho plurality of tho total popular vote, or nearest to it, which either Harrison or Cleveland willrcceivo For particulars see this week's Family Stoky Paver. Out All newsstands. e. The Democratic party never lowers its standard to its foesfrom within or without. It has iought tho battles of tho peoplo for a century, and tho next century will find it year by year confronting tho foes who attack good government and tho lights of tho peoplo under whatever banner or guiso they como. The fairest, squarest and most correct m ?' diagnosis of tho Republican party and its way of conducting tho affairs of this government was given in a speech mado by Mr. C. P. Bush in this city last week. It was a plain, practical statemont from a business standpoint. How any man can voto tho Republican ticket after hearing it seems indeed strange t ,, gg The campaign appears to bo opening' In Now York for tho Democrats in earnest, Ono of tho biggest demonstrations of tho season was tho meeting held a few days ago by tho Tammany Democrats. Senator Hill, Gov, Flower and Democrats mado other prominent speeches and the enthusiasm shown by the members of Tammany, gives evl- that every thing is all right for id In yie great .suite of Now i above the doviccs (the pictures). This will bo all right, if you havo first stamped tho rooster. Then como out of your booth and givo your ballot to tho clerk, and ho When the Republicans talk to you of will tear off tho secondary stub and placo wages being raised by protectivo tariff, tho ballot in tho box. ask yourself if your wages havo been raised by it. How much more of tho necSo as to be ablo to givo our readers the essaries of lifo havo you been able to buy? very first reliable news as to tho result of the election, wo will go to press next New York will givo Cleveland 50,000 Wednesday night, instead of Tuesday majority so says Governor Flower, and k night, as is our custom, and tho way tho Domocratsaro working from tho News will appear Thursday up there, wo havo no reason to doubt it. morning Instead of Wednesday morning. New York is all right, you can bet your Wo will get tho very latest news up to Wednesday night and will givo it to our last dollar on it. readers without exageratlon, let it bo good or bad. AnTEr all their parado and bluster about an honest government and tho State ov Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County. j pilo of abuse heaped upon both tho old Frank J. CIieney makes oath that ho parties, isn't it a little singular that tho Third Party sold out completely to tho is tho senior partner of tho firm of F. J. Chunky" it Co., doing business in tho city Republicans in Tennessee. of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, The Republicans and Third Party peo- and that said firm will pay the sum of plo in Tenncsso havo struck tho largest ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each deal in tho way of political corruption and every caso of Catarrh that cannot and bribory on record. Tho Third Party bo cured by tho uso of Hall's Catarrh FRANK J. CIIENEY. sold out badly to tho Republicans and Cure. Sworn to before mo and subscribed in now it is bolioved tho state will go for them. It is to bo hoped that this sell my prcsenco, this Cth day of Decembor, out by tho Third Party folks is all a mis- A. D.,1880. A. W. Qdjason. take, as thoy claim to bo tho only party i - - i Notary Public. j of purity and reform at present In this country. S old by Druggists 75 cts. Breck-kniuixj- Sheriff Frank Haswell.- Clerk Jolly Mcador. Ifanlintburg Precinct, No. 3. Judges R. II. Adkisson, John 1'. Haswell, jr. Clerk R. P. Shacklett. Sheriff-- G. P. Jolly. officiating. CloverjKirt Precinct, No. 1. It is reported hero since tho adjournJudges- -J. II. Wills, E. M. Bartlcss. ment of court that Wm. II. Bell, who Sheriff-- O. J. Fella. was for a year or so, trustco of jury fund, Clerk R. B. Pierce. is a defaulter to tho amount of $1,500. His securities will havo to make good Cloverport Precinct, No. 2. tho amount. Judges J. A. Barry, Smith Wagoner. The following persons were sent to the Shoriff Georgo Gregory. penitentiary at this term of court : Dr. Clerk James Hambleton. Wm. Atkinson, obtaining money undor Cloierjml Precinct, No. 3. false pretence, ono year j John Rodgere, Judges Dudly Hamhloton, John T. colored, malicious shooting, two years; Castle. Wm. Brashear, grand larceny, ono year Sheriff Chris. Swaggott. and two months j Wm. Dean, colored, Clerk W. G. Smart. attempted rapo, flvo years. Slephentport Precinct. Tho first Quarterly meeting on tho Judges Peter Massoy, E. II. Miller. Sheriff- -J. B. Biggs. Harditisburg Circuit, was held hero at Clerk James Crawford. the M. E. church South lost Saturday and Union Star Precinct. Sunday. Rov. 8. 0. Alien, tho new Judges James J. Sovcrs, J. O. CunElder of tho Elizabothtown Dis, trict was present and conducted tho ningham. Shoriff R. T. Cashman. wero unusually meeting. Tho services Clerk A. M. Hardin. interesting to a great many on account of Mooleyvillc Precinct. tho presenco of Bro. Allen, as tho PreJudges J. B. Manning, F. G. Parr. siding Eldor, who was personally known Sheriff Frank Speak. Clerk J. D. Cunningham. to many of tho members, lie was formerly tho pastor of tho church hero and Webitcr J'recincl. Judges T. B. Hon Jcrson, II. G. Stuart. was universally popular. Pro-sidi- Sheriff Charles Blandford. Clerk Charles II. Drury. Cutter Precinct. WANTED. and also shaved Sheriff Sandy Butlor. hoops in largo quantities. Best market Clerk-J- oel II. Pilo. prices uiid. For further information Jfmlsonville Precinct. call on or address, Chas. May, Cloverport, Ky. Judges Henry O. Drano, P. O. Comer. Sheriff Geo. P. Nottingham. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Clerk Henry C. Garner. Judges Sprin-gat- Georgo Hamed, II. C. 100,000 hoop-pole- s .McDanieV Precinct. Par- Judges Jesso T. Tucker, Samuel sons. Sheriff R. A. Glasscock. Clerk Milton Coke. Pock Vale Precinct. By an order of the Breckenridgo Circuit Court. I wilt on Monday, Novcmlior 8tb, In llardlniburK, Ky., offer at l'utllo Salo to tbo hlgheit bidder, tbo itock of good, belonging to Wm. II. Hell, conilitlnir of Ury Oood., Cloth InR, Hoot and Shoe., Notion., etc. V A good time to .ecuro bargain. V. O. BABIIAOE, M alter Commlatlonor. Judges R. II. Dean, David Howard. Sheriff J. B. Hunter. Clork David C. Moorman. Attention I If you desiro n lino head of hair of a natural lain and freo from dandruff, Hall's Hair Roncwer is the best and safest preparation to accomplish it. VICTORIA. Smart it Co., Cloverport, will pay your faro, round trip, with ovory $5 purchase OH SAI.K. IT cheiin. AildreM A Mugic Lantern with mo view. )td. Gregory, Cloverport, Ky, ,lVfc- - tti rt