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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892110201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Jte "tMfetE T."aiaB5B .vfr THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL. XVII. CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER Milling THE SCARLET By NATMNIEL 2, 1892. NQ.15 Irvington LBTTfilL COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Mcrchnnl and Custom Millers, Grain of tho Dealers and Manufacturers EAWTnOItlfE. 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StV tbtikin i nil' tf,B,jtil, fitit lh k9M.lt .U&vln M ti lino of full overshirta. without a sigh had the foreboding of untimely death upon him nnd would soon lcnvo them in their tears! This idea of his transitory ctay on c.irth gavo tho last emphasis to tho effect which tho preacher had produced: it was as if an angel in his passago to the shies had shaken his bright wings over the coplo for an instant at once a shadow and a splendor and had shed down a shower of golden truths upon them. Thus tlicro had coiuo to tho Reverend Mr. Dimmcsdalo aa to most men in their various spheres, though tcldom recognized until they fco it far behind them an epoch of life- jnoro brilliant and full of triumph than any provious profession?" "Ila, tempter! Mcthinks tlion art too ono or than nny which could hereafter bo. ilo stood at this moment on tho latot" answered tho minister, encounvery proudest eminence of superiority tering his cyo fearfully but firmly. to which tho giftfl of intellect, rich lore, "Thy power is not what it was. With prevailing oloquenconnd a reputation of God's help I shall cscapo thco now." Ho again extended his hand to tho whitest sanctity could oxalt a clorgyman in Now England's earliest days, when woman of tho scarlet letter. "Hester Prynno!" cried ho, with a tho professional character was of itclf a lofty pede-ta- l. Such wiw tho position piercing earnestness, "in tho namo of which tho minister occupied as ho bowed him so terriblo and so merciful, who his head forward on tho cushions of tho gives mo graco nt this lost moment to pulpit at tho closo of his clectiou ser- do what for my own heavy sin and 1 withheld myself mon. Meanwhilo Hester Prynno was miscrublo ngony from doing soven years ago, como standing Ucsido tho scaffold of tho pillory, with tho scarlet letter still burning hither now nnd twino thy strength about mo! Thy strength, Hester, but on her breast. Now was heard again tho clangor of let it bo guided by tho will which God tho music, and tho measured tramp of hath granted me! This wretched and tho military escort issuing from tho wronged old man is opposing it with all church door. Tho procession was to Ik) his might with all his own might and marshaled thenco to tho town hall, tho fiend's. Come, Hester, como! Support mo up youder scaffold!" o whero a solemn banquet would Tho crowd was in a tumult. Tho men tho ceremonies of tho day. of rank and dignity who 6tood moro imOnco more, therefore, tho train of and majestic fathers was cecn mediately around tho clergyman wero moving through a broad pathway of the so taken by biirpnso nnd so pcrp'oxed na Icoplo, who drow back roverently, on to tho purport of what they saw, unablo cither side, as tho governor and magis to receive tho explanation which most trates, tho old and wibo men, the holy readily presented itself or to imagino ministers, and all that were eminent any other, that they remained silent and and renowned, advanced into the midst innctivo spectators of tho judgment of them. When they were fairlj in tho which Provi'ionco teemed about to work. market placo their presence wjw greeted Thoy behold the minister, leaning on by a shout. This though doubtless it Hester's shoulder and supported by her arm around him, approach tho scaffold o might ncqniro additional force and from tho childlike loyalty which and ascend its stcjw, while still tho littlo tho ago awarded to its rulers was hand of the sin born child was clasped felt to bo sin irrcprcssiblo outburst in his. Old Roger Chillingworth folof enthusiasm kindled in tho auditors lowed as ono intimately connected with by that high strain of cloqncnco which the drama of guilt and sorrow in which thoy had all been actors, and well was yet reverberating in their cars. thorcforo, to bo present at its Each fult tho impulse in himself ami in tho same breath caught it from his closing scene. "Hndst thou sought tho wliolo earth neighbor. Within tho church it had hardly been kept down, beneath thobky o'r," said ho, looking dnrkly nt tho it pealed upward to tho zenith. Tlicro clergyman, "thcro was no ono placo bo woro human beings enough and enough secret no high placo nor lowly plnco of highly wrought and symphonious whero thou conldst havo escaped mo feeling to produco that more impressivo savo on this very scaffold!" "Thanks bo to him who hath lod mo Bound than tho organ tones of the blast, hither!" answered tho minister. or tho thunder, or tho roar of tho sea- Yot ho trembled nnd turned to Hester oven that mighty swell of many voices with nn expression of doubt and nnxiety blended into ono great voico by tho universal impulse which makes likowibo ono in his eyes, not tho less evidently that there was a fecblo Bmilo vast heart out of tho many. Never from tho soil of Now England had gono up upon his "Is not this 'jotter," mui inured ho, such a shout! Never on New England soil had stood tho man so honored by his "than what vt dreamed of in tho forest?" mortal brethren as tho preacher! "I know not! I know not!" eho hurHow fared it with him then? Wero tbero not tho brilliant particles of a halo riedly replied. "Better? Yea; so wo in tho air about his head? So ethereal-ize- d may both die, and littlo Pearl dio with by spirit as ho was, and so apothe- us?" "For thco and Pearl, bo it as God Bhall osized by worshiping admirers, did his footsteps in the procession really tread order," said tho minister; "and God is merciful! Lot mo now do tho will upon the limit of earth? As tho ranks of military men and which ho hath mado plain beforo my civil fathers moved onward, all cyej light For, Hester, I am a dying man. wcro turned toward tho point whero tho So let mo mako hasto to tako my shamo minister was seen to approach among npou mo!" Partly supported by Hester Pryno, and them. Tho shout died into a murmur holding ono hand of littlo Pearl's, tho aa ono portion of tho crowd after obtained a glitnpso of him. How Roverejid Mr. Dimmcsdalo turned to tho feoblo and palo ho looked amid all his dignified and vonorablo rulers; to tho triumph! Tho energy or Bay, rathor, holy ministers, who wcro his brethren; tho inspiration which had held him up to tho ieop!o, whoso great heart was until ho should havo delivered tho sacred thoroughly appalled, yot overflowing message that brought its own strength with tenrful sympathy, as knowing that somo deep lifo matter which, if full of along with it from heaven was withdrawn, now that it had so faithfully Bin, was full of anguish and repentanco performed its ofllco. Tho glow, which likewise was now to bo laid open to thoy had just beforo beheld burning on them. Tho snn, but littlo past its shone down upon tho clergyman his check, was extinguished like a flamo that sinks down hopelessly nmong tho and gnvo a distinctness to his figuro as embers. It seemed hardly ho Btood out from all tho earth to put in tho faco of a man alivo, with such a liis plea of guilty at tho bar of otcrnal dcathliko huo; it was hardly a man justico. "People of Now England!" cried ho, with life in him that tottered on his path so nervelessly, yet tottered, nnd with a voico that roso over them, high, solemn and majestic yot had always a did not fall! Ono of his clerical brethren it was tremor through it, and sometimes a tho vcnorablo John Wilson observing shriek, struggling up out of a fathomtho stato in which Mr. Dimmcsdalo was less dopth of remorsoand woo "yo that left by tho retiring wavo of intellect and havo loved mo! yo that havo deemed sensibility, stepped forward hastily to mo holy behold mo hpro tho ono sinner offer his htipport. Tho minister tremu- of tho world! At last-- at last I stand lously but decidedly repelled tho old upon tho spot whero seven years sinco I man's arm. Ho still walked onward, if should havo stood; hero with this womthat movement could bo so described, an, whoso arm, moio than tho littlo which rather resembled tho wavering Btrength wherewith I havo crept hither-warsustains mo nt this dreadful moeffort of an infant with its mother's nrms in view outstretched to tempt him ment from groveling down upon my face! Lo, tho scarlet letter which Hesforward. And now, almost imperceptiter wears! Yo havo all shuddered at it! ble as wcro tho latter steps of his progress, ho had como opposito tho well re- Wherever her walk hath been wher-ove- r, so miserably burdened, alio may membered and weather darkened scaffold, whero long sinco, with all that havo hoped to find repose it hath cast a dreary lapso of timo between, Hester lurid gleam of awo and horrible rcpug-nanc- o around about her. But thcro Prynno had encountered tho world's staro. Tlicro stood Hester stood ono in tho midst of you at whoso holding littlo Pearl by tho hand! And brand of sin and infamy ye havo not tlicro was tho scarlet letter on her shuddered!" H eecmed at this point aa if tho minbreast! Tho minister hero made a pause, although tho music still played tho ister must lcnvo tho remainder of his stately and rejoicing march to which secret undisclosed. But ho fought back tho procession moved. It summoned tho bodily weakness and, still moro, tho faintness of heart that was strivhim onward onward to tho festival ing for tho mastery with him. Ho throw but hero ho inodo a pause Bellingham for tho last fow momonts off all assistance and stopped passionately had kopt an anxious oyo ujion him. Ho forward a paco beforo tho woman and now loft his own placo in tho procession tho child. and advanced to gi vo assistance, judgini' "It was on him!" ho continued, with a from Mr. Dimmesdalo's aspect, that ho kind of fiorceness, so determined was ho must othorwiso inevitably fall. But to speak out tho whole. "God's oyo it! Tho angels wero forover pointthoro was Humothing in tho lattcr's that warned back tho magis- ing at it! Tho dovil know it well and trate, although n man not readily obey- trotted it continually with tho touch of ing tho vagmi intimations that pass from liis burning finger! But ho hid it cunningly from men and walked among you ono spirit to another. Tho crowd, meanwhilo, lookeu on with nwo and wonder. with tho mini of - a spirit, mournful bo pun1 in n sinful world and Bad This earthly faintnesa was, iu their view, only another phaso of tlio minis-tor'- s becanso ho missed his heavenly kindred! celestial Btrength, nor would it Now, at the death hour, ho stands, up havo seemed a miruclo too high to bo before yon! Ho bids you look again at wrought for ono so holy, had ho ascended Hestor'B bci rlet lettcrl Ho tells you liaforo their evea, waxing djjnmcr and that, with all its mysterious horror u is pur-losecom-pletvcii-crab- lo vol-umd, -cd brighter, and fading nt last inibTho light of heavon. Ho turned toward tho scaffold and stretched forth his nrms. "Hester," said ho, "como hither! Come, my littlo Pearl!" It was a ghastly look with which ho regarded them, but thcro was something at onco tender and straugely triumphant in it. Tho child, with tho birdliko motion which was ono of her cliaroetcris tics, flow to him anil clasped her arimyibout his knees. Hester Prynno alowly, as if impelled by inovitablo fato and against her strongest will likewise drow near, but pauiod beforo bIio reached him. At' this instant old Roger Chillingworth thrust himself through tho crowd or, iwrhaps. so dark, disturbed and ovil was his look, ho roso up out of somo nether region to snatch back his victim from what ho sought to dot Bo that as it might, tho old man rushed forward and caught tho minister by tho arm. "Madman, hold! what is your whisiKjred ho. "Wavo b;ick that woman! Oust off this child! All shall bo well! Do not blacken yonr famo and perish in dishonor! I can yet bhvo you! Would you bring infamy on your sacred I red stigma, id uo moro than tho typo of what has scared his inmost heart! Stand any hero that question God's judgment on a sinner? Behold! Behold . a dreadful witness of it!" I With a convnlsivo motion ho tore away tho ministerial band from beforo his breast. It was revealed! But it were irreverent to dcscrilw that revela tion. For nn instant tho gazo of tho horror Btrh ii multitude was concentrated on the ghastly miraclo; whilo tho minister stol, with a flush of triumph in his face, - ono who in tho crisis of acutcst pain hod won a victory. Then down ho sank upon tho scaffold I Hester jwrtly raised him and supported liis head against her bosom. Old Roger Chillingworth knelt down besido her, with a blank, dull countenance, out of which tho lifo seemed to havo departed. "Thou hast escaped mol" ho repeated more than onco. "Thou hast escaped mol" but tho (shadow of what ho bears on ins own biciust, and that even this, his own eh SammBQSwws HOW WILL J5 INDIANA GO? CLEVELAND AND STEVENSON ? OR HARRISON AND REID ? 'r GUESS FREE FOR THESE PRIZES FIRST PRIZE A Man's Fino Suit or Overcoat, $25,00 SECOND PRIZ- E- A Man's Fino Suit or Overcoat, $20,00 THIRD PRIZE A Boy's Fino Suit or Ovorcoat,. $15,00 (Iomi wliothor Indians will gn Douircratlo or ltcubllcan thla Prcildontlnl election, nnd kIco the majority. The renon who first aenda or brings In the closest guess will ricelva ono of - : . 1 "May God forgive thco!" said tho minister. "Thou, too, hast deeply sinned." Ho withdrew his dying eyes from tho old man and fixed them on tho woman and tho child. "My littlo Pearl," said ho feebly and thcro was a sweet and gcntlo stnilo over his faco, aa of a spirit sinking into deep rcposo: nay, now that tho burden was removed, it seemed almost as if ho would bo bjKirtivo with tho child "dear littlo Pearl, wilt thou kiss mo now? Thou wouldst not yonder in tho forest! But now thou wilt?" Pearl kissed his lips. A spell was broken. Tho great sceuo of grief, in which tho wild infant boro a part, had dovolopcd all her sympathies; nnd aa her tears fell upon her father h check, thoy wero tho plodgo that sho would grow up amid human joy and sorrow, nor forover do kittle with tho world, but bo a woman in it. Toward hor mother, too, Pearl's errand asa mosscugorof anguish was nil fulfilled. "Hester," said tho clorgyman, "faro-we- ll "Shall wo not meet again?" whispered sho, bending her faco down closo to his. "Shall wo not spend our immortal lifo togother? Suroly, surely, we havo ransomed each other, with nil this woo! Thou lookest far into eternity withthoso bright, dying eyes! Then tell mo what thou Boost?" "Hush, Hester, hush!" said ho with tremulous solomnity. "Tho law wo broko tho sin hero so awfully revealed let these alono bo in thy thoughts! 1 fear, I fear! It may bo that when wo forgot our God when wo violated our reverence each for tho other's soul it was thenceforth vain to hopo that wo could meet Hereafter in nn everlasting and pure reunion. God knows, and ho is merciful. Ho hath proved his mercy most of all in my ofilictious. By giving mo this burning torture to boar nixm my breast! By sending yonder dark nnd terriblo old man to keep tho torture always at red heat! By bringing mo hither to dio this death of triumphant ignominy beforo tho pcoplo! 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Tho multitude, silent till then, broko out in a Btrango, deep voico of awo and wonder, which could not as yet find utterance, savo in this murmur that rolled so heavily after tho departed spirit. CHAPTER XIX. CONCLUSION. r That I POLK'S '.' i it er mo-ridia- n, g d, After many days, when timo sufficed for tho pcoplo to arrango their thoughts in roferenco to tho foregoing scene, thcro was more than ono account of what had been witnessed on tho6caffold. Most of tho spectators testified to having seen on tho breast of tho unhappy o minister a scarlet lotter tho very of that worn by Hester Prynno imprinted in tho flesh. As regarded its origin, there wero various explanations, all of which must necossarily havo been conjectural. Somo affirmed that tho Reverend Mr. Dimmcsdalo, on tho very day when Hester Prynno first woro her ignominious badgo, had begun a courso of penaco, which ho afterward in so many futilo methods followed out, by inflicting a hideous torture on himself. Othors contended that tho stigma had not been produced until a long timo subsequent, when old Roger Chillingworth, being a potent necromancer, had caused it to appear through tho agency of magic and poisonous drugs. Othors, again and thoso Itcst nblo to appreciate tho minister's peculiar sensibility nnd tho wonderful ojierntion of his spirit upon tho body whispered their belief that tho awful symbol was tho effect of tho over active tooth of renion-o- gnawing from tho inmost heart outwardly, and nt last manifesting heaven's dreadful judgment by tho vibible prcsonco of tho letter. Tho reader may choose among theso theories. Wo havo thrown all tho light wo could acquire upon the portent, and would gladly, now that it has dono its ofllco, craso its deep print out of our own brain, where long meditation has fixed it in very undcsirablo distinctness. Continu d on Fourth Pago. sera-bianc, Dupery. 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JJUi Bj NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. It is singular, norcrtholcss, that certain persons, who wcro spectators of tho wholo sccno and professed novcr onco to havo removed their oyes from tlio Rovorond Mr. Dimincsdnlo, denied that there was any mark whatever on his breast moro than on a nowborn infant's. Neither, by thoir report, bad his dying words acknowledged nor oven romotely implied any, tbo slightest, connection on his part with tbo guilt for which Hester Prynno hod so long worn iho scarlet letter. According to theso highly rcspcctablo witnesses, tho minister, conscious that ho was dying conscious also that tbo rorerenco of tho multitndo placed him already among saints and angels had desired, by yielding up his breath in tho arms of tliat fallen woman, to express to tho world bow uttorly nugatory is tho choicest of man's own righteousness. After oxhausting lifo in his efforts for mankind's spiritual good, ho had mado tho manner of bis death a parablo, in order to impress on his admirers tbo mighty and mournful lesson that, in tho viow of infinite purity wo aro sinners all alike. It was to teach them that tho holiest among us has but attained bo far abovo his follows as to discern moro clearly tho mercy which looks down andjepudiato moro utterly tho phantom of human merit, which would look osplrlngly upward. Without disputing a truth so momentous, wo must bo allowed to consider this version of Mr. Dimmcsdalo's story as only an instance of that stubborn fidelity with which a man's friends and especially a clergyman's will somotimes uphold bis cliaractcr, when proofs, clear as tbo midday sunshino on the scarlet letter, establish him a falso and sin stained crcaturo of tho dust. Tho nuthority which wo havo chiefly followed a manuscript of old dato, drawn up from tho verbal testimony of individuals, soino of whom had known Hcstor Prynno, whilo others had heard tho talo from contemporary witnesses fully conlirms tho viow taken in tho foregoing pages. Among many morals which press upon us from tho poor minister's miscrablo cxporiouco wo put only this into a Bcntcnco: "Bo truol Bo truol Bo truol Show freely to tho world, if not your worst, yot sorao trait whereby tho worst may bo inferred I" At old Roger Chillingwortb's deceaso (which took place within tho year), and by bis last will and testament, of which Govoraor Bellingbam and tbo Reverend Mr. Wilson wero executors, ho bequeathed a very considerable amount of proporty, both hero and in England, to littlo Pearl, tho daughter of Hester Prynno. . So Pearl tho elf child, tho domon offspring, as soino pcoplo up to that epoch persisted in considering her became tho richest heiress of her. day in tho Now World. Not improbably this circum-Btanc- o wrought a vory material chango in tho public estimation, and had tho mother and child rcmainod hero littlo, Pearl, at a rnarriageablo period of lifo, might havo mingled her wild blood with tho Hncago of tho dovoutest Puritan among them all. But in no long timo after tho physician's death the wearer of tho scarlet letter disappeared, and Pearl along with her. For many years, though a vaguo report would now and thpn find its way across tho sea liko a shapeless pieco of driftwood tossed oshoro with tho initials of a namo upon it yot no tidings of thorn unquestionably authentic wcro received. Tho story of tho scarlet lotter grow into a legend. Its spell, howovor, was still potent and kept tho scaffold awful wcro tho poor minister had died, and likowiso tho cottogo by tho scashoro, whero Hester Prynno hod dwelt Near this latter spot ono afternoon soino children wero at play, whon thoy beheld a tall woman in a gray robo approach tho cottago door. In all those years it had never onco been opened; but cithor sho unlocked it or tho decaying wood and iron yioldcd to her band, or sho glided shadowliko through theso impediments and, at all ovenU, went in. On tho threshold sho paused turned partly around for porcbanco tho idea of entering all alono and all so changed tho homo of so intenso a former lifo was more dreary and dosolato than oven sho could bear. But her hesitation was only for an instant, though long enough to display a scarlet letter on hor breast. And Hester Prynno had returned and taken up her long forsakon shcmol But whorowas littlo Pearl? If still nlivo, Bho must now havo been in tho flush and bloom of early womanhood. Nono know nor over learnod, with tho fnll- nessof perfect certainty whothor tho olf child had gono thus untimely to a maiden grave, or whethor her wild, rich nature hud been softened and subdued and mado capablo of a woman's gcntlo liappincss. But through tho remainder of Hester's lifo there woro indications that tho rccluso of tho scarlot letter was tho object of lovo and interest with Bomo inhabitunt of anothor land. Letters camo with armorial seals upon thorn, though of bearings unknown to English heraldry. In tho cottago thoro woro articles of comfort and luxury such as Hester novcr cared to use, but which only wealth could bavo purchased and affection havo imagined for hor, Thoro woro trifles too littlo ornamonts, beautiful tokens of a continual remembrance that must havo been wrought by dollcato fingers, at tho impulso of a fond heart. And onco Heater was seen embroidoring a baby garment, with such a lavish rich-noe- s of goldon fancy as would have raised a public tumult had any infant thus appareled been shown to our sober hued community. In fino, tho gossips of that day believed and Mr. Surveyor Puo, who mado investigations a century later, believed, and ono of his successors in ufflco, moreover, faithfully boliovoa that Pearl was not only alive, but morriod and happy and mindful of her inothor, and that she would most joyfully bavo entertained that sad and lonely mother at bar fireside. But there was a more real life for Heater Prynno here, in New England, than in that unknown region where Pearl bad found a home. Here bad been her sin; bore hor sorrow, and here was yet to bo Iter penitence. She bad retumod, therefore, and resumed of rwill, for not tbo sternest iron period would which wo havo related 60 dark a talo. Never afterward did it quit her bosom. But, in tbo lapso of tho toilsome, thoughtful and self devoted years that nlado up Hester's lifo, tho scarlot letter ceased to bo a stigma which nttractcd tho world's scorn nnd bitterness, and n typo of somothing to bo sorrowed over nnd looked upon with awe, yet with roverenco too. And as Hcstor Prynno had no sol fish ends, nor lived in any mcosuro for her own profit and enjoyment, pcoplo brought all their sorrows and perploxitics, and besought hor counsel, as ono who had gono through a mighty troublo. Women, moro especially, in tho continually recurring trials of wounded, wasted, wronged, misplaced or erring and sinful passion, or with tho dreary burden of a heart unyicldcd, becauso unvalued and unsought, camo to Hester's cottago, demanding why thoy wore bo wretched, and what tho remedy. Hester comforted and counseled them as best sho might. Sho assured thom, too, of hor firm bcllof that at sorao brighter period, when tho world should have grown ripo for it, in heaven's own timo a now truth would bo revealed in order to establish tho wholo relation between man and woman on a surer ground of mutual happiness. Earlior in lifo Hester had vainly imagined that sho herself might bo tho destinod prophotess, but bad long sinco recognized tho impossibility that any mission of divine nnd mysterious truth Bhould bo confided to a woman stained with sin, bowed down with shaino, or oVon burdened with a lifelong sorrow. Tho nngol and npostlo of tho coming revelation must bo a woman, indeed, but lofty, pure nnd beautiful; aud wiso, moreover, not through dusky griof, but tho ethereal medium, of joy, and showing bow sacred lovo should raako us happy by tho truest test of a lifo successful to such an end. So said Hcstor Prynno, nnd glanced tier sad oyes downward at tho scarlet lotter. And after many, many years a now gravo was dolved near an old nnd sunken ono in that burial ground besido which King's chapol has sinco been built. It was near that old and Bunkcu grave, yet with a sptvco between, as if tho dust of tho two sleepers had no right to mingle. Yet ono tombstono served for both. All uround there wero mbnu-incnt- a carved with armorial bearings, and on this simplo slab of slate, as tho curious investigator may still discern nnd perplex himself with tho purport, theic appeared tho scmblnnco of an engraved escutcheon. It boro a dovice, a herald's wording of which might servo for a motto nnd brief description of our now concluded legend, wo somber is it and relieved only by ono overglowiug point of light gloomier than tho shadow: "On a field, Bablo, tho letter A, gules." bo-ca- TIIE FORCE BILL. Republican Politicians Potition for Eloction Suporvisors in Porry County, Indiana. Democrats Denounce tho Act as an Attempt at Intimidation and Fraud. AND ARE MAKING IT WARM FOR ' THE PETITIONERS. That tho Republicans wish tho Force Bill for no other purpose than to Intlmi-dut- o nnd frighten timid Democratic voters from tho polls and commit any other fraud that mny further their diabolical ends Is fully illustrated by tho actions that a fow of thm havo taken, just across tho river. Seeing defeat staring them in tbo face, they bavo asked that Supervisors bo placed at tbo polls in their county, Perry. This shows what will bo done, should a Force Bill ever become a law. Tho good and respect' able citizens of IVrry county, of all parties, aro justly indignant nt this insult to their respectability and freedom, and will rebuko tho petitioners nnd their nbetors on tho 8th prox. by rolling up a large Di mocrntic majority. ACTION OF DEMOCRATS OK TKI.L C1TV. TUB END. A Million Friends. friend in need is a friend Indeed nnd not less than ono million people have found just such n friend in Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Cough's nnd Colds. If you bavo never used this Great Cough Medicine, ono trial will convince you that it has wonderful curative powers in all disease? of Throat, Chest nnd Lungs. Each bottlo is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or monoy will bo refunded. Trial bottles frco at Short & Hnyno'ti drug store. Large hot, ties 50c. nnd $1.00. A A Lenky Hnusnco Apparatus. A littlo lady walked into a butcher chop aud asked for two pounds of beefsteak. When it had boon weighed sho told tho butcher to put it in tho mincing machino and chop it up so that sho could mako meat balls out of it for dinner. Tho meat expert, quite an ordinary looking man, entirely unsuitcd to bo tho hero of a story liko this, followed tho instructions, minced tho meat and banded it in a paper to tho customer. Then bo turned in his matter of fact way to attend to a man now to housekooping who was inquiring if ho had any nico mutton steak, and if so how much it was n yard. Tho Httlo lady looked' at tho minced meat and asked tho butcher to weigh it again. Ho did so, and thoro was just pounds. "Thorol" said tho littlo lady Indignantly. "Your sausage machino has stolon a quarter of a pound of my stenk. I'vo suspected that machino for a long timo. You'vo got to mako it good.'' "I will not," rotorted tho butcher. "It's a caso of natural wear and tear. Maybo.somo of tho woight of tho etoak h.ia vanished in tho process to which it has boon subjected, but there's two pounds of nourishment thoro." "Tho machino cithor leaks or thoro's a stcrot trap that steals my steak," tho littlo lady insisted. "1 won't tako tho meat till It weighs two pounds." And sho didn't. Now York Herald . At n meeting of tho Cleveland nnd Stevenson Club, of Tell City, Perry County, Indiana, called to consider the action of certain Republicans who ap plied for U. S. Supervisors to guard nnd scrutinize tho election proceedings in the county nt the coming olection,the following resolutions wero adopted : lictolral, That we, tho Democrats of Tell City denounce tho action of tho Republicans in calling for U. S. Supervisors, wo feel that our citizens aro am ply nblo nnd honest to secure n. fair election nnd nn honest count without the interference of Federal nuthority. Wo declare the action an insult nnd nn imposition on tho good namo of our county and its pcoplo, nnd therefore to all citizens of the county to assist us in counteracting and opposing tills contemptnble scheme, nnd to this end wo propose that if tho applicants to said petition or any other liko number in any precinct will in liko manner by nllldavit declare that any ono or moro of the Democrats now appointed to service as officers at tho election aro not honest nnd trustworthy nnd that by cause of their presence nn honest count and fair election can not bo bad : Then, and in such caso we will request that such persons withdraw nnd others bo put in their places, if nothing else will do and it be within tho scope of tho law. Jtetolred, That a committee bo appointed to draft a suitable answer for publicatioivto bo accompanied by a truo copy of tho application for supervisors, as also such other matter as will properly place before our people tho wrongs of Federal interference as also tho danger involved in Force Billism. np-pe- al d IIETOKT OF Tim COMMITTEE. m Your committeo respectfully reports, That: Tho sentiments of this meeting nnd tho Democrats of Tell City in regard to U. S. Supervisors are fully expressed in the resolutions adopted. Wo therefore only submit a copy of the application as requested, ns also a synopsis of tho principles and probable working and effect of tho proposed Republican Forco Bill. The Committee. The following was then read and : cept during tho war of thu Rebolllon. A .i1.l i t... n. ...... u jtiiiiiitiii11 miu iiuiuu nil uKiuo ulf ..it,... I'.uuin thcru was no thought of calling into notion this reserved nnd slumbering power, because it would bavo been a violation of tho spirit of tho Constitution to uso it o except in caso a Statu should fail to indispensiblo machinery for Congressional elections. In tho year, 1871, the Republican party enacted the first of the Federal election law s now iu force. These laws however, clothe tho Federal Supervisors and Marshals with no effect! vo power of right, except to look on and report to their superiors, now tho State ofllccrs are conducting such elections. The Republican system has resulted so far only in squandering some millions of public money in bribery and intimidation of voters in a few Democratic cities North nnd South, without nny practical r suit. But tbo new Force bill means business. It will give the Republican party nbso-Intcontrol of Congressional elections North nnd South, iu city nnd country, through bribery, intimidation nnd false returns, at enormous and unlimited expense to bo paid out of tho National Treasury on permanent appropriations which ono bouso of Congress nlono cannot stop. Moreover, It Incidently gives tbo Republican party the opportunity nnd means to largely influence by the snmo nefarious inr thods elections for Stato Legislators, United States Senators and Presidents. The putative author of tho bill was Representative Lodge, of Mnssachu-setTho now openly acknowledged nutber is John I. Davenport.of Now York City. This Davenport forco bill passed tho IIouso of Representatives July 20, 1892, by the vote of almost every Republican, and against the voto of every Democrat. It was personally, persistently nnd openly supported by President Harrison and only failed of passing tho Senate because some Republican Senators wero moro nnxious for free silver than for party supremacy. Newly indorsed by tho Republican National Convention ns it now Is, there can bo no doubt of its enactment if Harrison be ro elected President nnd tlio next Congress bo Republican. Davenport recently said before a committeo of tho New York Senate that the bill would become a law ns soon as tho Republican party shall get in control of the House of Representatives. By this bill tho United States Circuit Judges, of whom nearly all nre Republicans, on the petition of 100 citizens of nny district must npjiolnt ono Chief Supervisor for life a Republican of course. Tho Chief Supervisor npioints three in ovary voting precinct in every Congressional district where citizens ask that the law bo put in force, two of the assistants to bo of one party Republicans, of course Tho United States Marshal appoints nny number of deputies asked for h.y tho Chief Supervisor. Tlio assistant Supervisors serve for not over 00 days at each election nt $5 a day, equal to $1500 each. Tho Deputy Marshals servo for not over an nverago of eight days at $5 a day, equal to $40 a pieco; tho number of Deputy Marshals depends only on tho number needed by tho Republican party in nny particular district. To cover tho pay of theso hirelings, permanent appropriation is made, which tho pcoplo cannot stop without a change of lnw, which would require a concurrence of tho President nnd a majority of both brauches of Congress, or a concurrence of of each of the two houses of pro-vido s. two-thir- 250 in each Congressional Destriet whero tbo law is put In operation, making tlio costntf.5 a dap for 00 days equal to$75,O00 in each district to pay assistant supervisors nlone. Tills expenditure, If npplled to say 200 out of tho 350 Congressional Districts, would foot up $15,000,000 at ono Congressional election. Add tho expenso of an averago of 10 Deputy Marshals at each voting precinct in 200 Congressional districts, for eight days nt $5 per day, making a further expense of $20,000,000 in nil Sltt.OOO.OOO to bo taken from tbo A pRHMIUM FOR -- TO ViRy gOBSCRIBER THE- - ! BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to public treasury nt a singlo election to put or keep tbo Republican party- - In power against tho free will of a majority of the people. This estimate may seem extravagant. No doubt tho execution of the lnw would bo begun with lighter expense. But the numbers nnd wages of tho hirelings would Increase from election to election until even tho figures I have named would not satisfy their greed. Recollect that it is part of tho history of our times that tho Republican party In Its struggle to perpetuato Its power by controlling tho southern Stfttes, robbed them of over $200,000,000 through carpetbag rule Recollect, too' that this same John I. Davenport In 1878, having only tho opportunities nfTorded him by the present Federal election laws, hired 9,000 Deputy Marshals in New York City nlone, nnd issued :il00 warrants of nrrest on ono election morning, arresting 000 voters, nnd not ono of whom was permitted to go to tho polls, only one of whom was arraigned and ho was acquitted. This audacious performance was a brilliant coup for Davenport, as it frightened nway from the polls several thousand ignorant and timid but qualified Democratic voters. It instantly raised him by merit to his bad emin nence. It proved him a master of nnd bribery. Quay, Dudley, Ilackctt and Marin p.ilo before htm. Recollect too, how in the history of tho Roman republic party followers wero fed from the treasuries of tho republic and tho provinces, growing yearly in numbers Insolence nnd power, threatening lnw nnd order, unsettling industries and corrupting tho virtue which is tlio lifo of a repubintim-idntio- our Paid - In - Advance Subscribers. Wo havo jiiBt bought from a large wholesale Jewelry house, a lot of tripplo plaited jowelry, to bo distributed without regard to cost to our subscribers, who pay up to dato and ono year in advanco, and to ' every new subscriber who subscribes for one year. fine We havo numbered every artielo in tho list, amounting to sovcral hundred pieces and they will bo sent out to thoso entitled to them in tlio order in which tho subscriptions nre received. Tho jewelry is mado from tho best rolled gold plato and is warranted for five years. Any article that does not give reasonable satisfaction, can be returned and we will repair or forwnrd a new duplicato article in its place. Collar Buttons, Scarf Pins, Ladies,' Misses' and Babies' Pins, Charms and Lockets, "Finger Rings, Gents' Chains, Ladies' Chains, Stiver Thimbles, Bracelets, Beads, Cuff Buttons, Pins, Studs, Etc., amounting to over 8200 for tho jowelry alone, besides other articles of Merchendiso. Tho amount is only limited by tho number of subscribers received. Ear-ring- s, What we want is to increnso our subscription list. Wo want to put lic. indorsed by tho Republican party nnd its candidate for President, will put it in their power to fasten on tho country n mensurc so subverso of popular Government. Had tho Republican party retracted its committal to the forco bill, or nominated for President its illustrious statesman nnd patriot, James G. Blaine, who was known to bo hostile to tho bill, it might fairly ask tho people to trust it on tho other issues, but both its plntform and its candidate have again committed it to this schemo of supervision of popular Government. It must therefore stnnd or fall by tho forco bill. Thomas Ewinq. An honest Swede tells his story in plain but unmistnkablo langungo for the benefit of tbo public : "Ono of my cbilden"took a severe cold and got the croup. I gave her a teaspoonful of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, nnd in tlvo minutes later I gave bet ono more. By this timo sho hnd to cough up tho gathering in her throat. Then sho went to sleep and slept good for fifteen minutes. Then sho got up and vomited ; then sho went back to bed nnd slept good for tbo remainder of tbo night. She got the croup tho second night nnd I gave her the samo remedy with the same good results. I writo this because I thought there might be some one in tlio same need nnd not know the true merits of this wonderful mediciue." CiiAULns Iowa. 25 Ho must be n mad partisan or a heedless citizen who, knowing this bill to be the News into every home in Breckenridge and Meade counties, nnd wo aro willing to give up some of our hard earned dollars to do it. Tlio first person sending us a dollar will get tho first article numbered in the list below, tho next tlio secondjirticlc, and so on through I the entire list. If you aro already a subscriber examine the label on your paper and seo how you stand. If you aro behind, send enough money to pay you up to dato and one year in advance, and this will entitle you to ono of our premiums. . Tlio premiums range in price from 25 cents to 820. 3LA2.c3s:37- - ZEPeople. The following persons have already received valuablo prizes : W. D. Coleman, Weldon, Ky., Ono Gent's' Gold Chain, price $4.00 W. R. Moorman, Planter's Hall, Ky., Ono Lady's Brooch, price 81.00. Marcus Kincheloc, Hardinsburg, Ky., One Lifo of Garfield, prico 81.00 Chas. Anderson, Guston, Ky., One pair Lady's Gold 8100. J. M. Hook, Hardinsburg, Ky., Ono Gent's Gold Ring, 81.00. W. H. Richardson, Louisville, Ky., Ono Riding Bridle, 81.00. Mrs. Sarah J. Furrow, Cloverport, Ky., Ono GentV Saddle, $2.50. It was just what her husband wanted. E. T. Drano, Hudson, Ky., Ono Webster's Dictionery, $1.50. A. C. Glascock, McDanicls, Ky., One pair Lady's Gold Bracelets, G. D. Glascock, McDaniels, Ky., Ono Monarch Shirt, $1.00. Many other premiums of different values havo been sent out, but space prevents us from giving a further list. The list continues Ear-ring- s, good. Congress. fV ik f F the general Government, neglect to enact laws or appropriate money for conducting such elections as sovon out of tho thirteen States of the confederation bad dono nt the closo of the Revolutionary War it was provided that Congress may, at any timo, bylaw, make or alter such election laws. Federalists and Republicans wero alike reluctant to glvo tho general Government this power, as nil had inherited tho British hatred t interference by the crown or Parliament, through soldiers or civil emisartes, with tho control by tho pcoplo through their sheriffs and deputies, residents of tho vicinage, of tho elections of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. thoir Parliament. Tbo clauso in quest Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cut, tion wasit last consented to and ratified Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, FuveJ by our forefathers only because it seemed Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains to bo an indispensiblo safeguard against Corns and all Skin Eruptions, nnd posi- a failure by any Stato to provide for Contively cures Piles, or no pay required, It gressional elections. From its foundation until 1871, tbo is guaranteed to give porfect satisfaction, Price 25 cents per Federal government never touched the or money refunded. For sale by Short & Haynes, elections of members of Congress. No box. State ever failed to elect in full quota ex- druggists. ot The Sulteat of Salt Lakei. A lako with a salt roof isn't frozen suit, and it isn't underground. On tho contrary, this remarkable lako may bo Been at any timo during tho year, fully exposed, bolng oven nt its best whon tho sun is shining directly upon it. This wonderful body of water is ono of tho caltest of tho salt lakes, and is situated near Ohdorsk, Siberia. Tho lako is nino miles wido and Bovonteen long, nnd within tho memory of man was not entirely roofod over by tho salt deposit. Originnlly evaporation pluyed tho most proralnont part in coating tho lako over with salt, bill at tho present timo tho Bait springs which surround it aro add-in- g fast to tho thickness of tho crust. In tho long ago rapid evaporation of tho lako's waters loft great salt crystals floating on tho surface In courso of timo theso caked togothcr. Thus tho waters wero finally ontlrely covered. In 1878 tho lako found an underground out-linto tho River Obi, which lowered its surface about throo foot. Tho salt crust was bo thick, howovor, that it retained its old level, and now presents tho curious spectacle of a salt roofod lako. Tho Bait coat increases six inches in thickness every year. Tho many islands with which tho lako is studded aro said to act as braces and to help kcop the nrched Bait crust in position. St. Louis Republic, To the Honorable Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho United States for the District of Indiana : The undersigned citizens and voters of Perry county in tho State of Indiana of good standing, hereby respectfully mako known to tho Judgo of tho Circuit Court of tho District of Indiana I hut an election for Representative in tho Congress of tho United States for tho First Congressional District will bo held in said county tho Stb day of November, 1892, and it is their desiro that tho said election shall bo guarded and scrutinized -- in accordance with tho provision or Title XXVI of tho Revised Statutes of tho United States and to that end thoy pray that Supervisors of election may bo appointed in said county as prescribed in said titlo. Signed Snm. L. Sulzor, T. Cummings, 8. L. Payne, It. W. Gilmnu, Frank L. Vnnco, John W. Sprlngur, Charles Hess, Ciios. Steinberger, John Zlmmermnn, Aaron Criss. Sworo to before Sol. II. Esaroy, Notary Public nt Cannelton, Indiana, October 1st, 1892. SYNOPSIS. Artielo 1, Section 4 of tho Constitution of tho United StntcB placed in tho Stato Legislatures tho solo power ol controlling Congressional elections. But lest some of tho States might, through hostility to Tho Marshals aro authorized to mnko bouso to houso canvass in tho interest of the Republican party of courso against whom it would bo a misdemeanor by indictment and trial in a U. S. Court, for any citizens to bar his door. Tho Circuit Court appoints n Board of Canvassers in each District, which makes return of members elected, and tho Clerk of tbo preceding IIouso of Representatives must put on tho list of members-olec- t only tho names so returned as elected. Tho men on this list organizo the next Houso. After such organization, a contest for scats would bo useless. The men so seated would vote for themselves nnd defeat tbo contestants. Reed and Mr. Lodge of Massachusetts, audaciously declared that It was ono of the merits of the bill that it took contested elections out of Congress that is, that it took from tbo IIouso tho power to its Constitutional duty to "judgo of tho election returns nnd qualifications of its own members." From tho foundation of the Government members of Congress havo been elected on tho same ticket with Stato district, county nnd town officers tho election being always conducted by Btato officers understate buys. Whynro Federal officers paid by this bill to act in seeming concert with Stato officers but in actual control of them ? Why did not tho bill provido an independent Federal election for members of Congress, conducted by Federal officers and at tho oxpenso of tho general Government. First, because there is no party need for this schemo of intimidation and bribery in districts safely Republican, butonly In Democratic or hotly contested districts; and second, becauso the contrivers of this devilish schemo to placo and keep tho Republican party in power abovo tho reach of the people, expect and intend to ultimately control all tho important electors in Democratic and doubtful states Governors, county officers, city ofllccrs, Legislators and Presidents using tho Federal machinery and Federal puree to accomplish this purpose. This bill, carried out fully would practically obliterate tho stutes, and consolidate nil control of elections in tho general Government, would chnngo our republic from a government controlled by honest suffrngo and enlightened public opinion to ono ruled by means of intimidation and bribory. That this is not an extravagant statement will bo admitted, I think, by all who consider the vast power thus placed in the bands of party manipulators nnd their hirelings. Three supervisors, at each voting precinct will number ntleait por-for- m TiioMrsnEN, Des Moines, and 50 cent bottles for sale by a. PREMIUM LISO?. 2:3 2350 2357 2358 2359 Ear-ring- s, - A. II. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. pun-ishab- lo ONE WEIGHT I Ono Gents' Brilliant Scarf Pin in gold setting, Riven by SHORT & HAYNES, The Druggist Ono pair Gold given by FRANK HASWELL, The Jewelcry, 100 50 25 15 Ilnrdinsburg, Ky Ono Ono Ono 2300 Ono 2301 2302 2303 2304 Book, Hunting in the West, by G. O. Shields, paper Lady's Gold Collar Button Gent's Gold Collar Button Lady's Corset, given by BEARD L BEELER, Merchants and Drug- 25 gists, Hardinsburg, Ky Ono Gent's Soarf Pin with beautiful set . Ono Gent's Scarf Pin Ono Lamp, given by S. A. 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Wood Ono Pair Gold Cuff Buttons, given by WITT L MEAD0R, Merchants ', . and Druggists, Hardinsburg, Ky 50 15 Ono Gent's Collar Button Ono Gent's Collar Button 20 Ono Gent's Collar Button 25 15 Ono Lady's Collar Button Ono Lady's Collar Button 20 Ono Lady's Collnr Button 25 10 Apple Trees from HIGHLAND NURSERY, Cloverport, Ky 100 ' 25 Ono Novel, Her Desperate Victory, by Mrs. Payne, paper fWin finnf'a finlil Oollnr Ttnttnn 25 Ono Novol, Tho Scout, by W, Gilmoro Simms, paper lX! 20 Ono Novel, Stranded, A Story of tho Garden City 25 Ono Gent's White Shirt, given by HARDIN & BROWN, Fancy Grocers and Gent's Furnishings, Hardinsburg, Ky. . . '. .'.'.... 100 Ono Lady's Gold Collar Button 25 One Novel, Tho Dovils Die, by Grant Allen, paper 25 ".... '. Ono Gent's Gold Collar Button 23 Ono Lady's Silver Thimblo k 50 Ono "Tho Hoosior School Master," cloth bound, given by ALEXANDER &. PILE, General Merchants, Custer, Ky., mailed nt onco to tho party who Is entitled to it by tho donors. Ed. Prico 125 Ono Novol, Hunting in tho West, by Geo. Shields 25 Ono Box (threo cakes) Biipor Tripplo Sconted Toilet Soap 50 or. , Ono Gospel Hymns and Sacred Songs Our Family Physlnn. A plain, practical nnd reliable gutdu to tho Detection and Treatment of fflscases common to this country. Cloth bound. Prico 300 (k delightful tale of life in early Revolutionary Don't fail to read days. This list will bo continued in our next. follow. Moro Good things to Edwin Brothertoft. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Publisher, OLOVERPORT, KY i I s4S - V'l ; UNFORGOTTEN. Tlio tntirnfni; limim wcro raorry. Tliu Kt'nliil iikmiIi culm, Tliu fnicrnnro of tin- - wild la like ii ln'iilii lmliiii TboblrtU wltlilii tin- - wcxxllaml Cnhil a liuppy winfc Mul In in)' licnrl ulilili'S Rllll A Mirrmr illipiiiul strung My "Mir lout lncl BEFORE HE THOUGHT. Tlio I'mir l'ollow Win Iti'iilly llnncry uml n, Bpnkn III lMllnl Too I'rnnkly, Tom Do Witt, Jack Ford and Ed Still-ma- n had been living on cigars and hopo for two days nnd wero nearly starved to no TboKltllerlu't ttrviiinti't iiuiini'jni Over Its lilil)' liwl, lightly nrerlnml; Tho tinutliern lirruro l plaj Ins Amonit tlie linzt'l IhimkIis; llut, ulil rcnu'niliriitit'u dies not Of hopeful, Imupy xiiwii Ht Tliolkic) rluiiil (ulllii( My iuur liwt lnvul K . I 4j Tlio chltn Iiido bills w Toward tlio denr Muo ky, "O'orliwik tlio hinlllni; alley Where lieroat nut 1 lie: Tlwso Imiu lillls aru tlio i mbloni Ortlint rurnllciit land, Wliero hIic I Invcil Ik renting, Ouo of n itiiintlttw Imud My poor lout lovol 5 "! -- A vision nf n yew trroA narrow, turf elml Bravo Tlio w Inter nf nenuntr) - Allttlutoriout falling. Where winds rayo; r .i I With moaning, inniirufiil sound. Fills my linnKlimtlon Knr moro Minn nil nrmmd. My foor lust IiincI Ah! Ki'ntle, Jormia Nnture, Thy Trenrlixl, mmiriilin child DcIIkIiU In tliy r4ulciiii:. Hut tuny nut bu From tliliit.luitnf tli it Icurnno, With Aull htutrl who; My own, my vmil.liod Invodmio, My houI'ii lliflit uvcrmnra My Kor lint luc! (iciillemuu'a Magazine. r. Fly Tlutt Kill Norn.-.- . All whito men who vi.it regions In Africa infested by llio Urt..o fly Imvo much to say nbout it. Ihere U now ovldcnco thnt tlio tsctr.o is jnovins (,'rml tinlly to moro nortltorn resioi.a, und tlio cnuso ia Bniiposod to bo that South Africa is depleted of its Ihi-rgnino, jnuch of which is moving northward to got nway from hunter, and the tsotno fly js going with it. Tlio insect is only a little Ijrger than tho onlinnry hottbo fly, nnd it rrsombles tlio honey bee. Its sting is hardly as annoying ns that of tho monquito, but near thobasoof tho probo'cirf is n little bag which contains its poison. It lives on tho blood of animals, nnd only n few species are fatally affected by its bito. Cattle, horses and dng, however, cannot livo when bitten by tho iw:tio fly. Natives who herd cnttlo and travelers who depend on horses nnd oxen must avoid tho fly regions or loio their stock. For human beings its bito 1ms no sorjous consequences. Pittsburg Dispatch. A , Ilniv the f'olirn Glwa Wnrnln;. The most dangerous reptiles of India nnd Afiica nro tlio cobras. No snakes, I.linratone dive In Ilunnuli. Tho question has been rniscd whether not oven rattlesnakes, aromoio dreaded, tho numerous limestone caves iu British nnd with reason. As tlio rattlesnako warns tlio ear by it? significant "rattle," Bunmili have been explored for remains. Tlio Row F. Mason so tho cobra warn tho eyo by tlio modo iu which they expand tlio upper part of pointed out tho probability of an This expanof tho stalagmito floors of theso tho body when irritated. sion is produced by u sudden movement caves yielding important nrchrcological discovorics in 1872. Many of tho caves of the ribs of that region of tho body. wcro known to havo been used by tho Usually thoy incline backward, but tho Ihuldhistn of former generations, as animnl, when irritated, makes them Buddhist idols were found in them, and stand out nt right angles to tho body, forces outward it is probable they wero inhabited by nnd so, of courso, them. Thus tho tho neck, mon in tho early time. Philadelphia skin which covers or part jtibt behind tho head, becomes Ledgor. greatly expanded nnd flattened, ns it The rienmircii of Heine n Ilurlier. also docs, though in n less degree, in tho Barbering has been a vory genteel art, Australian bhtcksuako. This expansion nnd it might bo fine yet Tho feo is so is called a hood, and so tho animals nro email there is no excuse for doing a called hooded snakes. In somo of them credit business, and thero is no boro of thero is on tho back of tho hood u dark bookkeoping. Tlio chink drops in fast, mark, something liko a pair of nnd "Noxtl" is n merry cry. and thoy havo therefore beon And what a luxury it is to havo a man called spectacle snakes. Quarterly furnblo your face and head. Tho barber's nimble, strong fingers rouses your For lame back there is nothing better eomnolcut wits. It is delicious to bo kneaded, combed, brushed, bathed, cur- than to saturate a flannel cloth with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bind it on ried, spruced up. National Barber. tlio affected parts. Try it and you will While1. Collection. bo surprised at the prompt relief it It is not generally known, wo think, affords. The same treatment will euro that Andrew D. Whito, formerly presi11. Fisher, dent of Cornell university, lias n rcmark-nbl- o rheumatism. For salo by A. Clovorport, Ky. collection of posters, including a number of tho original incendiary plaIlnir Iliiuthorno Wrote. cards nnd bills put up in the streets of We nover think of local color in conParis during tho frightful period of tho nection with Hawthorne. Apparently French revolution. Chicago News. ho didn't need to put it on. Perhaps ho would not havo understood about iU The I'rliii'linl Mtml. Tho principal meal of all peoplo of all Ho might havo thought that tho counngos has been undoubtedly dinner, and terpart of tho literary term (local color) tho lover of old time customs will find tt applied socially would refer to tho women who paint, tho term hns such nn lioth interesting nnd entertaining to tho various changes which havo artificial sound. Ono hns nn idea of n tnken placo iu tho etiquette of the din- colored photograph; tho local color is not n part of tho substance, but is imner tablo. Chicago Herald. posed. Hnwthorno was not conscious 0 any necessity of giving local color to his I'verjhocly Uaea Tobuccu In Imlln. It is not, ns among tho English, that creations. Ho wroto of that into which only Bomo men smoko tobacco, but with ho was born, nnd his creations, oven raro exceptions in India nil natives, men when they wcro in foreign settings, nnd women, indulge in this weed in glowed with that intornal personality which is never counterfeited by veneernoino form or other. Chambers Jouring. Charles Dudley Warner in Ilur-por'- s. nal. nrchie-ologicexom-ination Fpec-taeles, Ito-vieno-tic- Perfectly Healthy I'rtipte. Tlio Parsces nro sun worshipers, and throngs it is nn interesting sight of them on tho shore of tho bay ns tho sun risos, apparently from tho sea, per forming tho simple rites of their religion. tho fluttering robes showing their fine figures to tho best advantage as tho day begins. Thoir religious practices are simplo in tho extreme consisting mainly in strict dietary rules and personal cleanliness. Tho rigid observance of Military laws produces tho natural result of perfect health among tho adults, largo families of active, healthy children and immense numbers of old men, griy bearded, whito haired, but erect and princely in their gait and nttitudo, despite tho naturally enervating character of tho tropical climate. Cor. Washington Star. A to-se- death. Thoy had decided to honor boiiio of their Vnssar friends with a visit, nt tho 'timo of tho commencement, when tho college di.sciplino is somewhat lelaxcd; but n short stay In tho placo had convinced them .that tho faro of tlio Pougli-kcepsi- o boarding liotue was inadequate to satisfy liurriy Hill appetites. So whon, nftor n morning di ivo, tho girls nnnonnccd that thoy intended lo effectually silence tho current feoblo sneer nt tho cooking abilities of fair cold legians by giving the p.irty a lunch by tlieiarelves, there was joy in tho hearts of tho men. At tho word "lunch" Tom looked nt E and 1M looked at Tom, und Jack loukt-- 1 straight into the face of tho prettiest girl nnd snid most felicitously, "Oh. thnnk youl" It was to li pcrved jn o:nof tho rooms at 2 o'clock: "in tho miMiitimo they would stroll about tho grounds and get up nn appetite." At last tho lunch enmo. It was n "pink" one. Tho tablo wits nrtisHcally and tastefully decorated. Big pink bows mid bunches of roses covered tho cloth, nnd elaborately painted dinner cards directed tho guests to their seats. As courso succeeded courso tho men began to wonder where tho substnn- tints were coming in, and to realize that a third disappointment had fallen to their lot. The littlo tubs of deviled salmon, tho impaljublo croqnettes with tender asparagus tips, tho tiny dabs of shrimp .salad in the center of rool, green lottuco leaves, tne salted 'almonds, tho olives, Mrs. R. C. Rhea, tlio meringues glaco and tho Btrawlwrry of Mllford, Neb., says she suffered greatly deli-citsherbet wero all vory dainty and but not particularly satisfying to from n complication of diseases of fcuinlo earthly mortals whoso thoughts wero weakness nnd liver nnd kidney troubles. running on thick, juicy English chops Her health was fully restored by using and big pewter mugs the) oizo of an in- Dr. Hale's Household Tea,the most pleasfant's bathtub. ant nnd most effective medicine known. And when as a finishing touch onto L'oc. and 50c. per package at Short A littlo pickagoi of tulti frutti, cunningly tied up in pink ribbons, wero passed Ilaynes' drug store. nround on n silver plate, tho men fult How a Chnmrlnu" Lonttn. unequal to fmther conversational effort. Upon n crimson cloth tho chnmclon A few horns rftertho feast Tom Do Witt remarked that it was time for becomes almost crimbon; move it upon thorn to be starting, as they expected to a gray surfaco and the bright tints will quickly subside. But at night, whether catch tho 7:51) train for New York. "Oh, you'd better stay over until tho disturbed or not, it invariably assumes 10:10," remoii'trntril asweet sophomore; its palest tints. Two which I caught in "you will just ivpoil your evening. hat tho Cnpo Town garden, which wero of a will you do when jou get back to tho very brilliant metallic green, wero splendidly decorated. On tho back or sides, city?" nnd sometimes Hero was tho gr at opportunity of sometimes saddlewit-Jack's life, and unconsciously ho roso lengthwise wero slashes of red. Tho markings vary in tho individuals. Tho to it. "Oh," ho said earnestly, "we'll go crest and decorations on tho head nnd straight to a hotel and get to back aro liko fretwork, tho whole body cat, for we haven't had a Fquaro meal and limbs nro dotted with very fino warts or tubercles liko shagreen, nnd binco wo have been in this town!" For n moment tlueo girls stared when angry all theso distinctive fea-tu- t es nro exaggerated, tho gills and blankly nt each other, nnd then tho young men gathered thoir hats nnd crest aro swelled, and tho skin of tho ennes togethernnd, saying hurried "good chin is puffed out so as to show white nights." sped, with horizontal coat tails, stripes, whilo tho creaturo opens its iu tho diiection of tho depot. Hairy mouth wido, displaying tho yellow, fleshy Interior, nnd clobing Us teoth on r.omaiuo in Uomcmnker. your finger should you provoke It to do so. Cor. Forest and Stream. Mr. Wm. II Mmiru. J07 S. Clmrlca St., pro-pareri-i- g e, I'.iltl-ninr- t, ' lluliao'a Servant. When Ilonoro do Balzac, the novollst, stated In early life Ids wish to become- n literary man, his father, who had destined him for tho bar, wits shocked nnd disappointed. Still ho guvo tho' boy two years In which to provo his fitness for a literary life, and Honoro wait accordingly installed in an attic near tho library whero ho proposed to work. Ills mother belioved that a littlo hardship would hoon bring him to his sonsos, but tho corresjionilenco which ho thereupon begun with his sister shows tlutt tho man who was afterward to attain distinction In his chosen work could afford, ns a youth, to scorn such trifles ns waiting niwn himself. In tho very first letter ho confided to his sister tho news thnt ho had taken a servant. Ho writes: "Ho Is named Myself! And a bad bargain ho Is, truly! Myself Is lazy, clumsy, thoughtless. His master is hungry or thirsty, nnd often enough Myself has neither bread nor wntcr to glvo him; ho doesn't even know how to shiold him from tho wind which whistles through tho door nnd window. An noon ns I am nwnke I for Myself, and ho makes my bed. Tlion ho sweeps tho room, and clumsy ho b at it. " 'Myself!' " 'Yes, sir.' " 'Look at that cobweb tho big fly buzzing In It till I am half giddy with tho noise, nnd tho fluif under tho bed, nnd tho dust under tho window panes!' "Tho lazy beggar gazes at mo nnd doesn't stir, nnd yet, in spito of nil his defects, I can't get rid of that unintelligent Myself!" And tho same stupid "Myself" it was who afterward enriched French literature with a series of wonderful works. Youth's Companion. - oun JACK. Fetter's Southern Magazine. Cnmmii'sinn Merchant, rtcnin-meiHl- a S ilvation Oil for rheum ilium and Ik writes; "M wife ,ind son )i.ic Lii S ih.ilion Oil for rlicuniHtinni uml t hi hi iiiik tvtth 111 irked tflicucy. Md , .1 What shall it profit n man if he gain tho wholo world and then has the so bad that he can't enjoy any of the good things it contnius V Ho won't have dyspepsia if ho takes Do Witt's Little Early ltisors. For salo by Short A IIuynes,Cloverport and Beard A Heeler, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Number nf People: Slnco Ailnm. Did you ever mnko a calculation of tho probablo uumbor of peoplo thnt havo Inhabited our globo siuco tlio beginning of time? No doubt you will say that such calculations Involve a loss of timo, und nro after all barren of results. But lot us tako a few minutes' timo and approximate, with 0 certain degrco of accuracy, tho number of bonis that have been ushered into this wicked world einco tho timo whon it wns "not good for Adnm to bo nlono." At tho present timo it Is believed that thero aro 1,400,000,000 human beings on tho globe; but lot us Riipposo that there has been but an nvorngo of 000,000,000 living at any ono timo since tho creation. Noxt, to give room for nny possible doubt, we will put the average length of lifo at fifty years. (It may hnvo been much longor than that 5,000 years ago, but has Ittcn much shorter for tho last 1,000 years.) With tho averago length of lifo ns abovo, wo havo had two geny erations of 000,000,000 each ovcry for tho past 0,000 yenrs. Taking this for granted this globo has human Inhad habitants sinco tho beginning of timo. To oven bury this vast number tho wholo landed surfaco of tho globo, every inch of it, would hnvo to bo dug ovor 120 times' Philadelphia Press. con-tur- ilys-pops- ia Thero is no uso talking, neither Harrison or Cleveland will bo elected unless they take Do Witt's Little Early ltiscrs. They hnvo a "get there" quality possessed by no other pill. For salo by Short A Hnynes.CIoverport nnd Beard A Beeler, Ilardinsburg, Ky ?.'- Dr. Hale' Household Ointment Is tho flucuA. remedy in the world. It absolutely dirt's catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Hheuinatisin. Cures Piles like magic. Cures halt rheum in tho most soothing manner. Cures inflamed nnd Granulated Kyelids. Cures Coughs rnd Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns nnd bunions nro cured quickly; different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal. "5c. and 50c. boxes. uizo cluapest, Hold nt Short A liny lies' drug storo. IJxcuao fur Unci Itomli. Bicyclist (in disgust) Why do you have such alximiiiablo roads in this section? Fanner Wall, you seo, wo'ro afraid if wo mndo '6m any better you bicycle follors will bo nsin 'em. Good News. Tho Grand Trunk railway of Uruguay from Montevideo has been completed, nnd opens out a vast tract of fertile laud hitherto comparatively worthless, the area of whlcl. is only a littlo less than Belgium. Dyspepsia, distress after eating, sour stomach, poor appetite, bad taste, coated tonguo and heartburn nro cured by Littlo Early Hi sera, the famous littlo pills. Forsalo by Short A Ilaynes, Clovorport, nnd Beard A Beeler, Ilardinsburg, Ky. 11 t's If all means do it: but If you lend a book, it generally moans lodug It, for which you receive no thanks or oven an apology. I havo long ago glvon up lending books, for I havo uhvnys found if n friend borrows a volumo which ho probably does not look at for a fortnight you Immediately want to refer to it tho moment he has left tho liouoo. Loudon Graphic. Iluta Come from Aalu. Rats nro natives of Asia, nnd I.enil Tour Hooka. liki to glvo nny ono a book, by r Whon J. Proctor Knott, Him u Littlo Itoy Turned tho lleaila of n Wlinln Camp. of Kentucky, mndo his famous Dulutli Just nt the break of day one summer speech in tho Ilonao of Representatives morning sonio hunters cntuvd on tho tho wholo country was carried nwny by lsiiiiiiiKQu3KIvArfutf?-sK9lsiheadwaters of tho Jefferson river heard firing nnd rolling at n crossing below. his wonderful argument, which for huTliey turned out to n limn nnd nmilo nil mor and biting satire has never beon haste. It was ns they expect cd. A tono equaled in the history of speech-makin- g emigrant family, driving up tlio valley in In Congress. search of n spot to call ligine, liucl been atThe leading nrllclo In Fetter's Southern tacked by the Indians. Tlio father lay dead lcnd vero thrcoor four half grown Magazine for Novrmbcr is ono from tho children while the wife and mother had pen 01 tliu giileii gentiemnn, cntitieu put her hack to n rock and with nx In hand was dofcndlngheryoungest offspring "Personal Recollections of Jeremiah Sullivan Black, tho distinguished Pennsyla bit of a boy nbout threo years old whom she had snatched from tho wagon. vania statesman, jurist nnd scholar, whose She was a dying woman as tlio hunters enme up. Those red devils had fired a noblo life is dopictcd with grnplc force, dozen nrrows Into her ax she stood like n while incidents of his career, never betigress at bay, but tho boy hiding at her fore published, aro well and faithfully feet was untouched. whoso close It was two days Inter when the hunters drawn by Governor Knott catno Into our camp at Strawberry Hill, and Intiimito friendship, extending ovor and one of them hud little Jack on his n period of twenty years, with Mr. Black shoulder. They bad burled the bodies places him in tho position to give to tho the Indians had secured all else. They world these pleasing reminiscences. were bound to the north, and were ready Accompanying Governor Knott's arti to hand the little chap over to tho first camp which would take hltn. And yet cle is a beautiful portrait engraved from a not quite ready. There were over a hun- drawing inadu by him Irom memory of dred of us ragged and unkempt digging, delving and hoping, rude, rough miners this great man, nnd which is pronounced who hndn't seen n child for years, hut each by those in a position to know, to bo tlio of us wanted the boy as our Individual most perfect likeness of Mr. Blink now property. It was finally decided to cast extant. lots for him. One hundtjd and seventeen Tho publishers of tho excellent mnga-zinwhite beans and ono single black ono wcro which with each number grows placed in a camp kettle, the kettle elevated to the top of a post, and we formed Into moro In popular favor, are to bo congratuline nnd each man drew a benn. lated In giving to the rending publican In after days we said that Providence article of so much value, in addition to had n liiinil In It. hvery white bean was drawn out, nnd the black one loft to "Old tho splendid assoitmotitof lilrature con Comfort," as we used to call him lie was tained in tlio pages of this number. a man nearly fifty years old, soft spoken I and always acting ns praccmnkvr, nnd Havo tried almost every known remethere must have been something In his face to remind the child of his father back dy for Itching Piles without success, finthere In the valley. Little Jack smiled ally bought a box of Do Witt's Witch nnd called him "papa" its the old mautojW Hazel Salve, and it cured mo. 0. D. Hns-kin- s, him In tils arms, nnd though we were en Peoria, 111. For salo by Short A vlous and disappointed we were nlho glad It will seem billy and childish to you to Ilaynes, Cloverport; and Beard A Beeler, rend of our actions. The boy had been Ilardinsburg. snatched from tho wagon In his night dress, nnd the hunters had wrapped him In n blanket. The first thing was to make t hltn n suit of clothes, and every nmn in 3j V." that camp had n garment to offer. While i- " "Old Comfort" was making the first suit icSraSM two or thiee others were secretly under way. Ten of us knocked off work for half a day to enlarge tliu old man's shauty nnd mnke It weatherproof, and It was ununl niously agreed that the camp xhould make up to him the weekly allowance of his claim and let him do nothing but care for the lwy. Every morning before we went down Into the claims little Jack was seated on the head of a barrel iu the center of the camp and every man had a look at him, If we didn't see him at noon we heard from him, and after supper he was brought out to be looked nt and talked to for an hour Tho little chnp could master "papa' We will Ifnol, now l your opportunity. "mamma," "dog," "cat," and so on, and "Old Comfort" did little else but teach close our branch itore at llariliniuurg, on and him. When ho brought out a new word after Monday, Nor. 7th, and consolidate tame we were ns enthusiastic as if some one had with our large stock at Cloverport, Ky., and made n rich find, and hometimes the cheers will for a short timo offer very cheap bargains nnd hand clapping frightened him until he put up n Up. As a rule he would shake In all gooda In our lino, In order to reduce our hands with nil nnd smile at every one, but stock, and as Christmas Is close at hand, by he clung to "Old Comfsrt" In n way to making our urchseii now money can be touch your heart. Some of us would "bor saved. An early Inspection of our Double row" him occasionally and curry him Stock will pay you. To parties living at a about on bends or shoulders, but lie was distance no will send goods by express on not content to be long out of the oUHnnn's arms. If we were childish what would selection. Also personal attention to all you say of the gang down at Albany Flat! work intrusted to our care, and same guaranTwo weeks nfter the boy came to us about teed to give satitfaotlon. n doren of them came up one afternoon to seo If it wns a real, live boy, with, a regular face and two arms and legs. They found YOUR JEWELER, It wns. Thoy saw him laugh and heard him talk, and they retired to consult. The CLOVElirOUT, KY. result was un oiler of ore, provisions nnd cash amounting to ?300, but we laughed them to scorn. Sell our boyf Why, there wasn't money enough In the whole United States to tempt us. Little Jack came to us In July. We got him through the fall and winter In good shape, and he kept growing nnd endearing E. O. BABBAGE, Manager. Wo could have himself to everybody. found better claims further down, but no one would go unless all would move, ns it would be leaving the boy behind. When c. BOURNE, DANIEL BROOKS J. M. HARPER, spring enmo we all tioticed that little Jack was out of sorts. I suppose it wns our coarse faro ns much ns anything elso, & although ho got two or tlnee heavy colds In spite of "Old Comfort's" motherly euro. Wo weren't alarmed, however, nnd nobody was prepared for it when the whisper came that our boy was Mck. Three days Inter ho was dead. On the last day no work was done. After dinner we formed In line nnd passed In and out of the oh" CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. man's shanty to look upon that pale face before, death came. At sunset he died, nnd during that long night no man spoke BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. nbove a whisper. We made him n coffin out of boxes, dug a grave In tho sunshine on tho hillside, and when we laid him away no man kept buck his tears. It was Louisville, St Louis & Texas Co. "Old Comfort" who rcud a chapter from his pocket Bible nt tho grave, and It was ho who made the prayer In tones which Tour taxes for 18V2 havo beon duo since 1st told us nil how soro his old heart was. Thero will bo a balday of February, 1692. When nil wnB over some men went away ance due the County and State November 1st, and sat down by themselves to grieve, Taking Efrect 1892, of $27,000, which amount must bo paid whilo others began tearing down and pack Ing up to lenvo the place on the morrow on or loforo that dato, and we must collect the At 5i00 o'clck A. U. WeaneidsiT Jttlj 29, '91 That night there was no slnginir, no music taios now past due to meet said demand. The Wtit Bound Train) on tho fiddles, no story telling about tho Eatt Bound JVairu law provides that 6 per cent, shall bo added to camp fires or in tho shanties. Now and 63 M on the 1st day of November, all taxes unpaid Mall A Mall A then men whispered to each other, but tho an Kxpr's Expr'. STATIONS Kxpr'. Hxpr'. 1882. And In order to give the l camp was so quiet thnt one coming up would have believed lulexcrted. And Dally opportunity to savo salJ additional per cent, Dally Dally Dally so went the night, and when morning 9 05pm and cost of collections, I or ono of my deputies .6 25pm 7 45.im Ir.Un'n p't..ar 100 came the ramp wns aroused by the shouts Kentucky St. 12 45 850 6 40 800 will meet them at tho following times and 8 05 8 41 7 20 West Point 12 05 of an early riser. lie was pointing up the 1202pm 8 02 8 45 7 24 Howard places to receive and collect taxes; andall hillside to little Jack's grave. We knew 9 00 Uock Haven 1145am 7 47 7 47 to meet us at the persons falling or refusing what was wrong ns we ttartcd up tlie 7 40 9 08 Longllranch 11 38 767 7 31 Hrandenburg 1129 917 path. "Old Comfort" was lying across tho appointed times and places may expect to be 807 7 27 Meade Spring. 1125 9 21 811 grave, and he was dead and cold dead of rrquired to pay the additional ptr cent, and 817 7 23 1119 9 2ti Kkron a broken heart. We buried him beside his 1111 9 34 715 8 27 Gu.ton all cost of collections according to law. Our OP 1102 boy our toy ami two hours after Ills 665 9 44 Irvington 8 37 time Is short fur tho collection of this money, 8 47 6 48 10 W 952 Webster grave was filled In mil n uinu was left nt 1045 1000 640 v Lodlburg 8 56 us to wait any longer j we can't so don't ask m. quad. Stniwherry Hill. 6 31 1035 10 IU Pierce 905 do It. Meet us promptly and pay your taxes. 1030 1015 Simple 626 911 Piles of Peoplo have piles, but 10 2J 618 9 21 Stephemport 1023 Let no man say this notice Is not Intended for 1018 1027 613 9 25 Addison Witch Hazel Salvo will euro 1015 1030 610 is intended for every man that 9 30 Holt him, for it 1001 6 57 1044 Cloverport 9 46 them. owes us taxes. Capital Stock $25,000. 1060 967 Shop. 663 961 9 44 For sale by Short A Ilaynes, Clovorport, J. S. DeJERNETTE, S. B.C.0. 5 40 1100 Sklllman 1001 9 3J 5 30 1111 10 10 Hawc.vllle W. I. RAMSEY, D.S. B. nnd Beard A Heeler, Ilardinsburg, Ky. 9 26 1118 622 1018 Petrle J. B. BIQGS, D.S. B. 0. D. F. BEARD, President. 1121 920 1021 615 Falcon U. A. OLASSCOOIC, D.S. B.C. Cayce 1129 915 611 1028 A l'liriiit St'lilnm l'orceta. WILL MILLER, 009 1135 Lewr.port 1034 505 1152-M, II, BEARD, Cashier. A umiden lady onco had a lino talking 861 4 48 1060 Power B o, I 9n W I mi 1 ml afSSrS'EYAHGlP-S- Are You in the Ring? Vw 0 li M HP mm HJSflM asp Are much needed at the present time, and4 ,t .tt Gives you the opportunity of getting two for the price of one. We keep a count of every Shirt sold, whether it be a White F. N. D'Huy Saye Your Money or an "Outing", and the 20th man buying a Shirt gets one free of charge. Come in and you will be , served promptly. ! JN0, B, BABBAGE, CO., CASH STORE Bewleyville,Ky. Credit Prices j. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS ;1 No I Commission Salesmen of Live Stock 1 r Everything Marked in Plain Figures. t. ;'. Will give you more TAX PAYERS. RJ. Goods for your UTO. tho-trai- produce than any house that will pay you nominally a higher price than it can be sold at. TIME SCHEDULE 18. BANK HARDINSBUHG Definition of Jourunllat, "A man of liternturo compelled by circumstances to bo also a man of business." That is tho definition of a journalist, given by Mr. Sain. It is n good enough definition in its way, though it cannot bo considered ns invariably accurate. Thhro are n good many 6oi disant journalists who nro certainly not "men of literature," und n good tunny more, whoso claim to tho title of journalist is unquestioned, who aro ccrtai ily not "men of business." London Globe A raids westward belong to comparative modem times. From tho fact that tho. rat is not montionod by nny of tho early Euroiieans it ia surmised that It was unknown west of tho Ganges in ancient times. Philadelphia Press. Why Dlninonda Are I.lkcil. Tho diamond was reputed ns a preserver against epidemics nnd poisons, their It calms nuger nnd foments conjugal Tho ancients called It "tho Btono of reconciliation." It symbolizes constancy, strength and Innocence Paris Figaro. love. li'a not very plcaiant to cough anil hack, gentleman of this county who has To uflur piln In cheat and back, Many people coulil atop It, for aure excellent judgment remarked to ur the Ily limply tialng One Minute Cough Cure. other day that ho know of no pill so For snlo by Short A Hnyiies,Clovorport, good for constipation, dyspepsia and liver complaint as Do VUt Littlo Early nnd Beard A Beeler, Hnrdlnsburg, Ky. Risers. Send iu your subscription and got a Fcrsalo bySiioit A Haynes.Clovnrport, premium. nnd Heard & Heeler, Hardmsburg' Ky. bird, but, being subjected ta headaches, "I sho often put him in tho kitchen. The O. W. BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDQE Dire tor. wild to Polly, "You R. M. JOLLY. cook objected nnd J Uorrld thing, I wtah you wero dead." INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Polly soon learned this, und when his mistress got better and took him to her own room, ho said, "You horrid thing, I wish you wero dead." This shocked tho delieato Httlo lady. One day sho mot her rector, nnd, nftor ho had inquired about her health, ho Bald, "How Is PollyV" 8 O Q S3 Then sho told him how Polly had affected her nerves. Tho rector said: No more vivid picture of "Scud him to spend a mouth with my bird. Ho may forgot it." Sho immediately accepted his offer. life in Revolutionary times In duo timo Polly was Bent homo, nnd, than our new serial story, as soon as his mistress wont to the cago, Polly bnlntod her with: "You horrid thing, 1 wish you wero dead. Wo beseech thco to hoar us, good Lord I" Now York Recorder. -- Gents m ! 1102 1111 1207pm 1123 Read It As It Runs. visit our establishment when you get ready to purchase your PALL apparel. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Louisvi'le,HardInsburg TAKING EFFECT We.tllound Train. Dally I Dally ex Sun. ex bun. &. It will pay you to Mattlngly Stanley 1131 Worthlngton 1140 Spott.vflle 1155 104 1205pm 111 Da.kett. 1220am 125pm ar.Henders'n lv 1216 1227 1236 1246 Owensboro Pate. 8 37 8 27 4 35 815 806 765 7 37 7 29 425 413 4 0) 3 55 3 37 3 29 715am 315pm . THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AID LIME, (L. E. & ST. L. R. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO Western R. R. 20, 1891. No. 2 TIME TABLE. St. Louis, Evansvillo South-Wes- t. JULY K.it AND ALL POINTS "Edwin Brothertoft." No.6 No.l 30am 1210pm 11 12 25 12 42 1 18 Hound Train. Dally Dally bTATlONS. ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 6 I.v Irvlneton Ar 9S0am 8 35 Garfield Warned 815 Uardin.burg 750 7 15 Kirk 05 Jolly 841 Olendcane Dempster 634 ar lraIll(ougli lv 6 14am 554 Ilockvale &JO Ruth West and ' Time-Cu- ', - d is Effect July 31. 1892. For Sale or Bent. Mauy old soldiers, who contracted Fifty acres of good strong bill land, threo chronic diarrhoea whilo In tho Borvico, Ky. hnvo Binco been permanently cured ot it and a half miles from Clovorport, ROUT. K. WOODS, Address Colic, Cholera nnd by Chamberlain's War Department, Dinrrluea Remedy. For safe by A. II. Washington, D. 0 Fisher, Clovorport, Ky, ISO 148 165 250 302 314 329 2 15pm 4 00pm Oak. ArFordsvillcLv A.kln. 521 600 tltom - liV. ijoaisviiio Htua a.m,..titzap,a...:zy, frilsMJrifr Arr St, Louis 7:20 pm ...6:45 a b ,....10;00p.ta vShRVvs. Kvanivllle 1:20 ) ir For farther Information, call on or address, R, A. CAMPBELL, den'l Pass. Ag't, Evanivllle, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, r D. P. A. Loal GltyTIcket Ofiee.S, W. Cor, KP uoouv f-ft. t- - U hvjjh. " -- ww 'i; i4fjfwii)ijyjiiwiiiipwiiii)ijiii mi wMwwpMWMpqwH'wrwiiijpyi t . ;f V w n." O ,. Breckenridge News. 2,, 1892. A BUYING PICTURES. REPORTER CHATS WITH SEVERAL WELL KNOWN ARTISTS. li WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER THE LARGEST IN THE SOUTH " "LOWER Homo Anderson I.iiwrencoburg. Ky, From tho Western Baptist Recorder. "The Largest," and CUSTER. Held over from last week No school Friday. if Did you celebrate 7 Wo didn't. Mrs. W. D. Cannnn is quite sick. F. B. Lyon spent last week in Louisville. Wedding bells, saya rumor, will soon peal forth in the Custer neighborhood. Miss Bee Meyer, Buras, has lately been .visiting her sister, Mrs. 11. 0. Bennett. Frank Qottbrath, groceryman, ond ' Jim. Bishop, shoetnan, wero in town last week. Miss Hallio Ilnrdaway, Miss Smith and Mr. John Bennett went to Louls-vlll- o Sunday. Sinco our last writing, Henry Carman has left for Irvington, where ho is in tho ' hotel business. Miss Fannlo HarringtonJ accompanied by her brother, Tom, went to Clover-po- it Friday to visit relatives. Oxien, tho great nerve and brain food, is creating a big demand for itself and is for sale by Alexander & Pile. Tho persimmon crop is unusually good and and will soon bo ready for harvesting. Tho 'possum crop will bo gathered, too, in a short time. And ere long Custer's Buras suburb is to resound with wedding bells. Tho gontlo winds will "Carrie Miles" away their merry ringing to tho inhabitants of tho country round about. Harry Bramwcll and Joseph fc'eeley, two Mormon elders, wero in town Saturday wanting a place to preach their faith. Tho trustees denying them tho school house, they went on hoping for better success elsowhero. At last tho long continued summer dust has been settled by a little rain. Tho farmers badly needed rain, and wo welcome it because, The rains of fall leave Just no more, And now to us li sweet, The voice of mother at the door, "Oh, son, do clean your teet." The l'nlntcrs Tretty Generally Acres Thnt One Should liny tho Tainting! Which I'lonse Illm Judgment Is of Cultivation nml Will Improve. lo Three candidates, one for each of tho three parties, and ono independent. are making the raco for constablo in this district. Each, with his folio wera.is confident of election, but somebody will find ho is not "in it" on the 8th of November. Mr. Kasoy, from somewhere on Sinking Cre6k, has been prospecting some around us. He thinks mineral wealth abounds in this part of tho county. One day last week ho passed through town carrying his pockets full of tho best can-ncoal ho had lately found. In addition to tho coal he carried a cane in his hand, and beads of perspiration on his expectant face. Wo understand that the men and boys in many parts of tho county are afraid to get in hailing distance of tho sheriff slncethe assembling of tho grand jury a week' ago. Truly, tho way of the trans-gressis hard and he should como to law abiding Custer to see tho entire security each and overy ono of our model citizens feels all this frightful time of tho year. el WE . That Kentucky should think.,-- ' bo represented "w at tho World's Fair. That tho News gets bcttcrnll tho time. That men resort to a great deal of ! mighty low campaign work. That a great many voters will not approach the polls on account of tho secret ballot. That politics am hot and nro getting to bo h 11 up hero. Cured Cough left after lung lever, with two bottles. Mn. Lizzie Ilurni, Barclay, Sangamon Co., Ills., wrltei a followi "I think Dr. null's Cough Syrup Is truly an excellent remedy for coughs left from lung feer, as two bottles entirely cured my daughter." ?- - ROCK LICK. r. Mr. and Mrs. Tom. Robertson aro visiting in tho neighborhood. Mrs. Wortham, of Leitchfield, is out to attend tho Owon Dean nuptials. Mr. Jcsso Morton and family aro vol- corned as permanent residents of tho - neighborhood. " Tho larmers, many of whom have tobacco to lay by, welcomed tho rain of tho past fow days. Quito a number attended tho dodica-- , ' tory services of tho now Baptist church at Jolly's Station, on Sunday lost. Din-- . nor was sorved on tho grounds. Tho peoplo in this section "romoto from public viow," aro still o to tho county's interest, and aro keeping pace with tho busy wheels of progress. Our school has boon in session several weeks, tho bright, warm days being to n good attendance Columbus Day was celebrated with songs and oxer-cise- s appropriate to tho occasion. Tho children acquitted themselves very cred- ' itably. Tho marriago of Miss Nolla Dean and Mr. John,Owcn wilt tako plaro Tuesday ovoning from tho residonco of tho bride's parents. Iicv. Rutledgc, pastor Goshen officiating. Wo oxtond to thorn our Tho oldest mine, which la now worked ..best wishes and a long life of happiness as a copper mlno, Is in tho Musashl and prosptirty. provinco of Japan. It was opened 1,183 years ago. Tho Verdict Unanimous. Deserving Praise. pleases tho lawyer and his client,too, It verdict of the jury unaniWo desiro to say lo our citizens, thot , to havo the mous. A great jury composed of the for years wo havo boon soiling Dr.King's American public has rendered a unani- Now Discovery for Consumption, Dr. mous verdict on Dr- - Hale's Household King's Now Lifo Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Cough Cure as a medicino, agreeing that Salvo and Electric Bitters, and havo its promises of a speedy euro for coughs, novor handled remedies that sell as woll, colds and bronchial troubles aro always or that havo given such universal satiscarried out to (ho letter. This pleasant faction. Wo do not hesitate to guaranverdict has not been obtained without tee thom every timo, and we stand ready great pains taken to make it the best cure to refund the purchase price, if satisfacon the market Try a bottle when you tory results do not follow their use. v a cougn or com anu you win belong These remedies have won their great Br after.. For sale popularity purely on their merits. For -widc-awakfav-orab- lo "How do pcOplo buy pictures?' Colin Campbell Coopor rcpeutod. "Well, 1 Bnpposo tho majority of collectors consult tho advico of a dealor or somo artist, and yet thcro aro thoso, not pretentions connoisseurs, cither, that know a good thing when thoy bco It, and evlnco unusual wisdom in their purchases. To Boruo, howovor, self relianco in investing on a large scalo In paintings has proved rather a disastrous experiment. Tho other day a collection mado by a man thirty or forty years ago was sold. Thbro was hardly half a dozen good things In it, simply because; ho bought and ho did not know what he was getting. "Art in this country Is gradually waking up. Perhaps tho Centonnial might bo called tho American Renaissance Wo know Infinitely moro about art than our grandparents did, and with opportunities Increasing from year to year It Is fair to supposo our children will show a still moro marked improvement in taste. Greater facilities for traveling havo dono much to bring about a chango in our llttlo world, and tho tendency of our art is rather toward tho cosmopolitan than provincial. Naturally, time Is required to educate tho public taste along artistic lines. "I think peoplo will buy moro pictures when they understand painting is not an accomplishment morcly a pleasuro to tho eye, but that it is it part of educaIt will require tion, of civilization. timo.to rcallzo this. Exhibitions aro visited and tho majority liko to look at pictures with an admiration rather ephemeral. When tho picturo is out of sight tho Impression isgono. With a genoral diffusion of art paintings will bo bought not solely becauso they to tho senses, to personality, but for their artistic qualities; not simply bocauso tho subject illustrated is rather a pretty Idea, but becauso tho work Is technically a good art production." Stephen Ferris said: "Tho world is full of good pictures to bo bought for reasonable prices, but unfortunately many thousands of dollars, many fortunes, aro spent for nonsense, whilo good work remains unsought and uubought Common bcuso is happy capital in picturo buying us in any other business. Ono can hardly provido a sot number of rules to bo observed in buying. Many books havo been written on, military scienco, yet tho world has seen comparatively fow flno generals. Judgment rules tho world, and in picturo buying ono person Is moro successful than another becauso a spirit of superior intelligence dictates his purchases." Thomas Eakins would liko to havo peoplo buy pictures that pluaso them and appeal to their tusto. "Tho majority aro afraid to bny what they liko; thoy must havo soino ono olso's advico. Woll, if thoy start with bad art, perhaps boforo long they will como to tho good. Let peoplo buy what they want" "I havo not thought much about buying pictures," said Mr.Frederick Waugh. "Wo artists aro moro chiefly concerned In trying to soil them. It Is tho privi-lcg- o of tho artist to paint pictures which appeal to peoplo; which thoy understand and want to havo for their own. But ho should havo a high standard, and ho cannot succeed if ho lower It to cator to tho popular taste. Ho is fortunato if iu working out his ideas lie pleases the public and yet does not loso his nor forfeit his originality. His work may bo appreciated by largo numbers, but' it Is always certain that somo fow will recognize- ids endeavor and will want to buy Itr "In tho Old World art is accessible jto all. Tho Luxembourg and tho Louvre are filled permanently with tho master-ploco- s of all nges, tho best that have been dono. There, too, tho spirit of union is strong among nrtlsts. They gather together and talk of everything pertaining to tho art world, consequently thoy livo ontiroly In a congenial nnd thoy grow and develop in an cssontially urt atmosphere Impression-Ism- ? Yes, this Is tho great word nowadays. Many havo un Idea that it is a synonym for vaguely troated and partially unfinished pictures. Impression-Isclaims to record facts as observed by tho artist Sincerity to nature is its aim. After all, thero is nothing so beautiful as truth, and the- nearer wo get to it, as wo find it In nature, tho bettor artists wo aro." "Many Americans buy pictures," Mr. F. do D. Richards responded, "becauso thoy havo accumulated money, and pictures aro tho propor thing to havo. Generally they know very Httlo about It, und a dealor docs tho work for thom. If peoplo purchase pictures to flatter their vanity, lot them spend big sums and buy high priced pictures. If they buy for pleasure, lot them buy what Interests them. I remember meeting Edwin Forrest after a salo. Tvo bought a picture,' said ho. 'They told mo not to do it, because vory ljkely it is not original. But it pleases mo, and I should buy It if It woro by somobody I never hoard toll of.' A picturo pleasing to tho oyo is a sourco of oducatloii for tho timo being at least. Adverse criticism may load a man to scrutinizo It and study it more closely than if ho had bought ono ho did not liko half bo well." "I think I should bo Inclined to buy wliat I likod personally," was tho opinion of Edwin Swift Balch, "not forget ting that tlio pictorial qualities Bliould not bo lost sight of in tho desire to got a pleasing subject. Good handling, tho propor placing of values and moritorions color, allied to a Bympathotio subject, will tond to kocp our interest In n painting allvo." Philadelphia Times. op-pecli-mam T blow agricul- mats the Kind BEST V?" Chf Clrt Farmers PRICES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE.'T mm thoJournal. New. "STANDS AT THE H E A D." The Mammoth Shoe Clothlnfr Com-pin- v In the Inriivst of a House ABOVE IS BA.IR.G-.A.T.lSr- S We Are ! CLOTHING $9-00 ON EARTH. Best Shoes and Hats on Earth. rli. tiling nml nil no linukc In the Simlh. Our trailer, can un fair treatment ntthehnmls nf V Slmonsnn. Western lljplisl Klein-han- ft OYBEOOATB A87.00, "gorviecablo, "and stylo. any size & STJITS. We Don't our own horn this week, good folks A, representative religious paper, a tural paper and a K e fashionablo-mad- o and 810.00 buys ahandsomo, Overcoat of I1T SHOES. g "Lowest Prices" weekly put the buglo to their lips we but echo the and ringing words they print. Head them on tho other end of this equal to tho choicest custom-mad- e work. Oha AA810.00, 812.00, 815.00, 820.00 gives choice over 2,000 elegant suits in any stylo you want. $ ft fA8 tvbly.inado, 15,00, 18.00 and 820.00 buys a supo- rlined and trimmed Ovcrcoat, OiUv0f PROOF THAT OUR WORD CHILDREN'S PINE WEAR, Lovely Child's Overcoat at 98c, 81:49, 81.98, 82.50, 83.50, 80.00 . Boys' Overcoat at prices beginning at 83.00, 83.50, $4.00 and un to $8.00. Short Pant Suits, 99c, $1.89, $1.00, $1.98 $2.25 to $5.00. Reefers, Jersey Suits, Kilt Suits, Russian Blouso Suits and all tho novelties of tho season. IS AS GOOD AS advertisement. IT I FINE GOLD. Matron's Shoes 81.70; Old Ladies' Shoos 81; Invalids' Shoes 93c; Nurses' Shoes 98c; Comfort-givinShoes 81.28; Church Shoes 82.50; Home Shoes 85c; Easy Shoes 68c; Evening Shoes 83, Wool Shoes 50c; Misses' Shoes 98c; Boys'Shoes 98c; Girls' Shoes $1.28 Babies Shoes 15c; Infants' Shoes 9c. Children's Shoes 7Gc; Youths' Shoes 98c; School Shoes $1.28; d Shoes 81.48; Grandfathers' Shoes 98c; Merchants' Shoes 83; Physicians' Shoes 84; Clergymen's Shaes 82.98; Bicyclo Shoes 81.50; Farmers' Shoes 98c; Party Shoes $1.75; Mechanics' Shoes 98c; r' Shoes 98c. Hats and Furnishing, Glove;, Underwear, Stockinet Jackets, at equally low prices. Send for elegantly illustrated catalogue. You can order by mail as well as in person. Play-grounLab-orse- Jotirn.il. This hnufcc Iia Innfr had the reputation nf selling nt lower price than any other In the country Farmers Home "At The Head," complete .Sews. The M a in m o t li Bt.imU nt the heml. A trip to the city in not unit-a- vislu this one LiUHmli-men- Andcrion !. MAMMOT! III CONSTANTINE. CM Market Street, between Fourth and Fifth Streets, LOUISVILLE, KY. -- shoe KLRINHANS AND CLOTHING COMPANY 1 F5i & SIMONSON Dry and cool. Health very good. Mr, Jnmcs O. Wilson, of Vino Grove, is visiting liis daughter, Mrs. Vira Mercer of this place. Mrs. Mary West has gono on a visit to licr daughter, Mrs. O. O. Wcymeth of Kineyvlllo. Mr. Vcs Mercer our blacksmith lias been Booing horses payablo when Clove-lan- d is elected, he says that beats twelve months. It. L. McGuflln and family, of Buras, past through hero Sunday on their way to sec their fatlior, Dr. T. It. McGuflln, wlto is still very low with cancer. Ri'V. C. M. Buchanan preached for us Sunday to a large congregation. We are always glad to see Bro. Buck and have him fill our pulpit as often in ho can make it convenient. Mr. F. B. Lyon, of Ouster, was in our little town Tuesday, lui wiw looking for good tobacco. Funcu most always gets the best that is made in this country and pays good prices fur it. By tho way, our old friend Murk Hardin has agreed tit give Mr. N. Hicks 25 bushels of corn provided the Third party docs not carry this district fivo to ono in tho November election. Mark thinks thero are plenty of acorns this year or he would not bo bo ready to give that much corn so early in tho Beason, but Mark is a charitable man anyway and raises plenty of corn. Thero will bo about ten of us that will go with Mr. Hicks after tho corn and help Mark gather it. Mr. G. W. Stone candidate for Circuit Judge, spoko here tho 25th inst., in behalf of the Third party. Ho claimed in the opening of his speech that he was not much of a politician, but before he closed ono would have thought ho was a considerable politician. He spoko in the storehouse of Hicks & Co., to about twenty-for thirty men; fifteen of whom ive had just signed a petition for Alfred Allen to become a candidate for constable on tho Democratic ticket in this district, six others wero good old Republicans, others in tho crowd I could not leurn how they were going to vote. His speech seemed to bo more against Montgomery than it was against lite opponent Ho had moro to say about Montgomery and Buckner than any ono else, which led somo to think ho had given up his race and was helping Gardner for Congress. He said ho was for tho people and would voto fof Weaver. Me-Beat- b. IF O IR-- -- A IR t3 Good TRY THE moke I Hand-Mad- e Cigar. BEST ON THE MARKET, oiEusn? GXC3r.jMANUFACTURED BY - CL0VEEP0ET OIGAE COMPANY. eT, If persons would lirlntf to bear the same amount of common tense, in buying a remedy lor bronchitis, cough and croup, that they do In the purchase of their family supplies, they would never fall to procure Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup. J. FURNISHKD DY 3VI. Choice No. 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw.. CORN. Choice whit Choice shelled OATS. BELL, Frop'r, 11 00 9 00 4 50 64 ZECST- - WHO IS JOHN D. HI0XST An Alledged Breckenridge Countyian in Tough Lack at Now Albany. Two suits wero filed yesterday against John D. Hicks, of New Albany. In tho morning his wife, Ruth Hicks, filed a suit 12 00 10 00 5 50 63 62 34 70 CI GREAT Len. G. Herndon & Co., General Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage. 60 33 JiK in tho Floyd Circuit Court against Hicks and tho Motion railroad. Plaintiff and defendant wero married in 1877, and livod together until November, 1891, when ho deserted her, two children having been born to thorn, John aged 12 years, nnd Celcstla, aged 2 years. She alleges that her husband is employed in tho Monon shops, and fiho asks that tho court authorize her to collect $300 per year from tho Monon company for tho maintenance of herself and children. In tho afternoon bIio filed a complaint against him for fornication. Ho was ar rested at his home, on North State street, by officers Barrett and Weisbach. When ho desortcd his wife nbout, a year ago in Breckenridge county, Ky., ho eloped to this city with Miss Artie D. Wilson, with whom ho has been living. Justice Richards will try tho case tomorrow. Mrs. Hicks says her husband, boforo ho became infatuated with Miss Wilson, was an cxhortor in the church and always proyided for his family. A lawyer from Breckonridgo county and Mrs. Hicks' brother are in Now Albany and will assist her in tho prosecution. Loulsvillo Commercial. AU Infections of the blood Bro removed by Ayer"s Sareaparllla. Sold by all drug- - No, 2 oati No. No. 2 Long 2 Red mwMWk B. WHEAT. Berry wheat H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. Cash with erery ac count sale. Consignments solicited. LOUISVILI.E. KY., Nor. 1, IfaflJ. Shippers should mark all packages plainly. e address. with shipper's name and BUTTKK. 10 18 Choice, country post-offic- Medium Common Creamery - 12 . 11 15 EUQS. 268 UJi Froth Rootten Springer Mixed Old No. 1. duck 15 to 18 MISCELLANEOUS. Tallow, per bbl ...4 , Beeswax ....21 27 Sorghum per gallon POTATOES. 1 25 Home Grown per barrel From store So to 6o per bu higher. BEANS. 1 80 to Mlohlgan, hand picked 1 60 to Indiana Nary 76 to Common and colored.. " 06 to Flat and mixed ONIONS. 1 50 to Northern, per bbl on arrival , 4H 26 30 1 Wo must unload our Mammoth Stock of Fall Goods. havo tho largest and most complote lino of -:- Plfe Como ear- 50 1 1 1 1 90 60 00 00 l'QULTHY. Old Hens per b,.i - - 8 to 0 3 to 4 10 to 11 FEATUKRS. Prime, white gosie 48 z 25 25 49 Cboico ' Choice Green OABBAOE. Per crate from store CELERY. Fancy white plume, per dot. '. " " from store 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 of Dry Goods, Hardwaro Hats, Caps and Btock .. A large number ol HIDES, fJrecn, food.... Dry Bait, good Dry flint, good Sheep skins........... FRUIT SO M TREES At the Aro surprisingly cheap. 1Y00L. Tub-wasb- Grease, fine Grease, coarse... init'" Merino .....Tn... Hurry and Cuts y J 20 15 Hardinsburg Nursery, For next fall delivery. Order what you want Anything we haven't on hand, we will procure It for jou at the lowest rates. ly and pecuro tho best bargains. Wo also havo a nico lino of School Books and Drugs. Call and eco us. , H HAY, GRAIN, FEKD. We quote prloai on Loulsrllle olty wharft HAY, , , 1200 IS 00 fitrlotly choice ZACK. GREEN, Manager Hardinsburg Nurssry. HARDINSBURG ,KY W. C. MOORMAN, GLENDEANE, KY. r-- , Wm J. Winter. Henry Winter. Johu M. Borntraeger. White of Louisville, is nt C P. BUSH, OF MICHIGAN, MAKES Napper's Hotel. Office over Payne it CV Hardware Store. Miss Bertha Mattingly visited in Lou- ONE IN CL0VERP0RT. . OLOVEHPORT. KY. isvillo last week. I Let us rejoice, we can go to Sulzer's The Hediculousncss of Republican M. D. A. A. for table delicacies. Theories Exposed in a Striking James a. Moorman, of Glendcan, was ; Manner. in the city last week. Office over Hreclcnridge Hank. CLOVEHP011T, KY. Miss Magglo Mattingly visited rela! A Democrat n la a Democrat. tives at Mattingly last week. Mr. John C. Wilkersoii is in Ono of tho most interesting speeches on husititss this week. that has been made in this city during U.S. Claim & Pension Agent Ueorgtf McMiean visitul his family at Gold nights aro here and colds the campaign, was that delivered by Mr. l)et. oven Saturday umi Sunday. r. P. Hush lust Wednesday night. Mr. Mr. Win. Weatherholt, of TubiusHiit. STEPHENSPORT, KY. in tho head aro all the rage. Iltibh is tinon the I... St. L. has gone to Spottsvillo to live. it T. uiilroad and isa MichigauDciiiocrat. Miss Kttu Parr, of Mooleyville, is the He is a good talker, n universal reader, Breckenridge News. guest of Mrs. Claviou Crs.-nand is a complete encyclopedia of hisThe diiectors of the Cloverpoit Priek torical facts and statistics. His ruodo of WKDNjyDAY.NOVKMIJ'Mt 2, ISU2. Company In Id meeting Monday. expressing himself is impressive nnd Judge, W. 1). Holt and fuiiulv go to humorous. Not a. single anecdote was LOCAL MtEVITIES. LouiHville this week to d tin winter. told, but tho Hepublican theory was Kubbcrs lit YittH. Mr. Christ Perrigo mid .Miss Jennie shown up in so striking a manner and made so rediculuus that his audience was Depot restaurant for sale. Aity to Pnscott were married last kept in almost a continuous roar of night. 0. C. Martin. laughter during his entire speech of two in Hawes- Miss Kiito Uoyd is vinitln Mr. Frank' Bartles, pilot of tho Carrie hours. ville tills week. Hope, is in the city the guest of his paAs the speaker said, the field was viewrents. Ho sure ami road D'llny's advertiseed from the standpoint of a business man ment in tliis isHii't. Vquiro Frank Ditto; of llinndeiibuig, without partisan bias. CIinrk'H Fisher was at liumu visiting is the guest of his daughter, .Mrs Jno. D. Tho Democratic party believed that Are what you need. Sulzer's Clothiei-Itahbage. rvlativi's last week. that government is best that governs Mis Maggie Hambleton, of Sorgho-town- , least ; it believed in decentralization in Ili'iiry lirtgoiv, of l.ouispoit, is in the fill) Im have them, i& is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. K. stead of ceiitialization ; tho two ideas, as visiting relatives. city " fi'Tiaf ! regards this country, started with the two Ijiwvit ?ri)tt Morrihon, of llnwesvillt', Liglitfont. great leaders, Alexander Hambleton and The liver has gotten so low that even was in tliii rity yesterday. & Thomas JelluTbon, at the very beginning . Miss Jonnlo Woolfolk and Miss Anuie BRANDENBURG. Tl.i HnMiing touches an- being plaeed the small boats now running can't land of our governinint; the one wanted a Richardson left Tuesday for El Reno, ut Tobinspoit. residence. on Judge Murray's government fashioned nfterthe jioinpand Mrs. J. Casperko was in the city last Oklahoma, to visit Mrs. Kerfoot, nee NetBargains in clocks, watches; tablewaie (iciii'ial A. J. tiroes lias been sick at parade of Furopean nations, while the week. tie Meador. They expect to make quito a jewelry, etc., at D'Huy's this week. bis home, at Holt, for a week. other wislied a government in accordance Jesse Ashcraft, of Sandy Hill, was hero long stay. Kead his advertisement. Miss l.iz7iu Hall, who has been quite with the Declaration of Independence. Mios Rena Clarkson, of near here, and George Boyd is first enthused and These two conflicting theories had been last week. sick forsome time, is improving. Dr. Burch, of Paynesville, was hero the Dr. J. O'Connor, of Elizabethtovvn wero then disheartened and then again en- warring witli each other from that day Columbus discovered America 14i2. married at tho bride's home last Tuesday ill Oome "in and see. Prices !' of the week. j j thused by the political outlook. until this, and this was a campaign of last Sulzer'B discovered low prices IS!)''. Mr. James King, of Irvington, was in the 18th. The wedding was n very quiet lion. Claude Mathews, Democratic issues not personalities. Miss Hutli Sterett, of Skillman, was ono, oniy tno near relatives were present. wwi x nominee for governor of Indiana, was a rcj reasonaoie. For the last thirty years tho affairs of town Saturday. the guest of the Misses Hurtles last week. Mr. Charlie Colomun and Miss Annie passenger on the managed in a train Sunday. our government had been Nine persons wero baptized hero SunLouie Lisbon anil Mrs. Chas. Lisbon Edmunds, north of this place, wero mar' Mrs. Fred. May, who has been visiting way that tended toward centralization of day by Hev. Hngan. have returnetl from their visit to Warsaw, ried at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, Louisher old home, Warsaw, 111., for Boveral power and wealth; the government was Big Spring, ville, on Mr. Charlie Haulaway, of 111. tho 18th ult., Rev. Hngan, of weeks, returned home last Wednesday. continually growing moro powerful and was hero last Friday. Vine Grove officiating. Mr. Samuel L. Sulzer, of Cannelton, the people wero losing strength in a corIf your hair is turning gray, restore to Ryan Bunger,of near Guston, was hero passed up on the train Sunday for I.ouis-villMr. Mason McMoniglo and Miss Ina ; wero continually OLOVERPORT, KY, 8 J it the hue of youth by the use of Ayer's responding ratio laws on business last week. JS Malin, north of this place, were married being passed in violation of the spirit of Hair Yigor. The best hair preservative. Stovo Kennedy, of Guston, was here at tho homo of tho brido Monday evenUncle Lewis Hon" anil Mrs. Kato Jar-ret- t, tho constitution that narrowed tho We never grow too old to enjoy seeing liberties of tho people ; the country was tho last of tho week. ing at 5:30 o'clock; Rov. Overstreet perof Stephensport, were in the city folks happy Sulzer's holiday stock is Monilay. fast becoming a plutocracy in stead of a Albert Richardson, of Vino Grove, formed tho ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Mcarriving and that suggests Christmas government of tho people, for tho people spent Sunday bore. Moniglo left immediately for Bardstown, 11. E. Moorman anil wife and File cheer. and by the people. and wife spent Sunday in Holt's Mr. William Rhodes moved here from whore they will make their homo for tho Dr. T. A. Avard, of Louisville, is in present. "Tho tariff is a tax and tho American Paynesville last week. Bottom. the city in tho interest of the Knights of people pay it. If it be true that the Well, Mr. Editor, the Democrats aro of Union Star, is Miss Mattie Roberts, T. J. Williams, of Hill Grove, was hero Honor order. A lodge will be organized foreigner pays tho American taxes, as is fully alive to tho situation, and last Satthe guest of her sister, Mrs. Nat. in this city. Saturday on business. claimed by tho Hcpublicans, I would urday was Democratic day in old Meade. Basham. Judge McBeath, of Leitchflold, woe in Had n Hev. Father Pike has his paper changthem to keep it.close or tho foreigner big rally and speaking at Garnetta-villL. 1'iittcrson, government storeJames ed from Danville, Ky., to Beech Grove, will get onto it and make us pay their town ono day last week. Poll raising at Guston, and a joint keeper, came home from Owensboro sick Miss Bertio Richardson, of Louisville, discussion at Paynesvillo in Mcl.earn county, Ky., where he will taxes ; they might copy tho cntiro tho evening, last week. bill and the United States would is visiting at J. W. Lewis'. reside in the future. and at Oak Grove school-hous- e between visMiss Washington, of Irvington, is bo mado to pay tho combined taxes of J. T. Ditto spent several days at homo Mr. Shulty on behalf of Democracy, and Mrs. W. J. Piggott and children, Irviting her aunt Mrs. Dr. J. M. Tidings, Mr. Elisha Ashcraft in behalf of the Peoington, were passengers on tho east tho entire world. The truth of the mat- the latter part of tho week. Louisville. bound train last Thursday en route to ter is wo pay the tariff and tho schedulo Mr. Dan Thomas, of Cedar Branch, ple's party. I did not have the pleasure vaDnFaaaVraaVHpMaawKH'; Mr. John Weisenberger and bride, nee F.lizahethtovvn to visit friends. is so arranced that the burden falls spent a day hero last week. of attending, but thoso who heard it wcio Mis Kuima Hanks, of Stephensport, arheaviest on the poorer classes of people ; well satisfied witli tho way tiio Demo$500.00 in.eash to the smoker guessing Mr. Hillary Rhodes, of near Garrett, woolen blankets aro taxed DO per cent, rived yesterday. cratic side was handled. which Presidential eandidatos will carry Saturday on business. was here Mr. M. Hamnion, the undertaker, has the state of New York. Chas. Anient at and pearls 10 per cent. that will help Smart & Co., Clovcrport, Ky., will pay Mrs. Morgan Fontaino and children, of tho poor people keep warm this winter; It is a very fine Sulzer's will received a new hearse. your railroard fare, round trip, with 1 dn if you call on him. exj woolen stockings are taxed 75 per cent., Holt, aro visiting .relatives here. one nnd cost $000. every $15 purchaso. The steamer, W. K. Phillips, arrived but ice comes in free, coffins nre taxed Mr. Richard Wathen, of Vino Grove, Win. Yest k Sons are receiving this here Friday at noon, three days out from ; Autumn Excursion to Louisville. week a large line of Kubber Boots and Louisville. Slio was out of provision and 50 per cent., but sea weed is freo bibles visited Miss Jennie Ditto Sunday. aro taxed 25 per cent., but playing cards Rev. Hagan preached "at tho Baptist There beiiiK no Fall f'liiK.Sr. 111 .. Shoes direct from Boston. ., fuel and had to lay in n fresh supply here. VUIIVIVU are free taxed salvation and free seven church hero Saturday unij Sunday. Louisville this year, or outdoor demon Mike l'opham has had hissoloou newW. II. Carman, tho celery grower of up. And so it goes through the entire Mr. Granville Smith, of Guston, was strations ot the Satellites, tho railroads ly papered and a now floor placed in, Breckenridge county, will shortly make list, "fho necessaries of life that the will run no autumn excursion trains. hero on business tho last of tho week. which improves things considerably. a display of his celebrated celery in people have to buy carry the greatest Messrs. KleinhausitSimonson, however, Mr. Ben Hardin and wife visited his Brakeuian Billie Winchester and wife, Sulzer's show window watch for it as amount of taxes on them." desirous of giving people nn of Louisville, passed down on 5:1 Sunday it will be interesting. Harrison's Civil Servico record, tho son, J. I). Hardin, tho first of last week. opportunity to visit Louisville to do their night to visit his brother in Henderson. Mrs. A. Morcmen and daughter, Miss Garland Hendrick, of Irvington, has boast of the Hepublicans,was a disgraco fall shopping, sight-seein-g nnd visiting, Daniel Walls and Miss Rosa Bishop removed with his family to Oklahoma to any party; the wholo administration Georgia, wero shopping hero last week. will run an excursion on Saturday, Nov. were married at Webster last Thursday. Territory. Mr. Hendrick was an activo, bad been nothing buttbegrindings of n D. W. Sipes and W. B. Dowell, of near 12, tho round trip ticket from' noint Mr. Walls is section foreman at Webster. pushing and enterprising farmer of his partisan machine; no Democrat had held Big Spring, were hero last week on busireached by this paper being as follows: If High street is not finished before section and will make his mark in the his place exceptlhoso whoso places could ness. Henderson $3.50, Owensboro $3.00, not well be filled by inexperienced men, the fall rains set in, wo will have mud in new territory. Hary Bell and Miss Eva Carrigan, of Hawesvillc $2.25, Cloverport $2.00, earnest. Better be moving things, boys. Charley Furrow and young Dugan or those who could not bo removed; tho Guston, visited J. V. Lewis's family last Toaviod tho trains, exhave consolidated their barber shops members of Harrison's own cabinet bad week. cursion tickets must bo bought by mall Miss Louis, Master J. D. and Courtney not been chosen on account of the statesBabbage accompanied Master David and but one shop will bo run at Furrow's Mr. F. Ritchie, his wife and daughter, and tho first thousand purchasers will TinDitto home Sunday returning Sunday old stand. Tho style of the firm will be manship or ability they possessed, with of Garrett, were in town shopping labt receive a complimentary dollar ticket to betho matlneo of tho Lillian Russell Opera Furrow & Dugan. They are both probably one or two exceptions, but night. ; Stove-board- s. cause of their campaign services; "Who week. Company, to bo given on Saturday afterMr. J. Hcrtzinan, of Ixmisvillc, bought good barbers and will do a good bttsi- Miss Lula Lewis is attending tho proever heard of tho great statesman, John noon in tho great Auditorium; and all the entire stock of goods of Goodman & Wannimaker, except as a Cheap John tracted meeting of the Presbyterians at others over tho '.o " thousand will recivo a Mr. and Mrs. Win. W. McCarty and Klein, 6old by sheriff DeJernetto here clothier, beforo his pious heart prompted Guston. freo ticket to tho splendid Chrysanthedaughter, Miss Birdie, of Whitesville, - . last week. corruphim to raise a Mr. Jack Morcmen, from near Mead-villmum Show and Floral Exhibition to bo Jim Wheeler isnow out buying tobacco ami Mr. nnd Mrs. Scott McCiurty, of tion fund. Ho bought his way into tho first of tho week held in Louisville was in tow n tho on the same day. for Head it Co. Ho has already secured Owensboro, wero tho guests of Mrs. T. Cabinet and Benjamin Harrison did half on business. Our readers aro advised to send for II. Bates, of Tar Fork, Saturday and .tho trading;"Porter, tho census fraud, had nearly 50,000 pounds, and has only been Mr. C. M. Barnett, of Hartford, Ky., tickets immediately, as tho Sunday. Miss Birdie will remain two out a few days. been chosen for the placo because of his tho Republican nominee for Congress sold is small and they will number to bo weeks. not bo on sale Mr. Kd. T. Moorman, of Deanefleld, paitisan vim, nnd for the first time within at tho stations. Full particulars will bo Saturday. Mrs. li. B. Pierce gave a Halloween tho history of tho country politics had spoke hero fell from a Falls of Hough train Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gough and Miss Agnes given in their ad in this paper next morning and received injuries that will party to the little folks of tho town last gone into tho census, and it was mado to Malin attended tho Columbian Celebra- week. Watch for it. Friday night. About seventy-flvof the show faleo figures for the benefit of the probably prove fatal. tion at Louisville. Mr. John Weisenburg, of this city, future fair and brave assembled and took Hepublican party. Clovorport Will Be Represented. parts in the amusements of the ovening Mrs. Stovo Hardin and sister, Miss The Force bill was a burning disgrace, and Miss Kmroa Hanks, of Stephensport, Miss LaFayetto Lalleist lias been noas well as doing ample justice to tho and was an insult to tho education and Brown, of near Paynesville. wero in town were married in iliirdinsburg Monday. tified that she has been selected to servo refreshments that wero served about intelligence of tho nation; it was not in- shopping last week. They will make this city their home. as ono of tho Maids of Honor 'to tho 10 o'clock. tended to purify the elections nnd pro-veMr. Elijah Ashcraft, of Louisville, and Queen at the Satellites of Mercury ball On all City Tax Bills not paid by Nofraud, but it was a fraudulent ma- James Ashcraft, of Paducah, aro visiting About fifteen quarrymen arrived from in Louisville, November 18th, 18!2. vember, 18!)2, Six percent, will be added. Louisville Monday for the purposo of chine itself, and it was expected to contheir sister Mrs. Dowdy. Tho annual Satellites ball is tho swell It. L. Nkwsom, opening tho Lillard quarry just below trol the elections and forever continuo Mrs. Harvey English and little grand- society event for City Tax Collector. tho stato of Kentucky, CUSTER. tho city. Tho stono is to bo used on the Hopublican party in power. daughter, of near Stephenspoit, visited and while wo congratulate Miss Salvation Oil lui the enviable illttlnctlon of piers of tho Salt river bridge. Lalleist Tho speaker closed by admonishing his relatives hero laBt weok. This now AMI WHAT 1)0 YOU THINK OP being a sjmmym for cure of rhriuiMtimn, on her good fortune, wo also admiro tho work will give employment to about hearers to stand firmly by tho principles Tho young man who comes to town on Kout ano- kindred iflection, such ui scMisses Kddio Robinson and Ella Duvall good tasto and judgement that tho SatM g.j I.M.I win, iatica, ticduulourt'iix, tic. It It growing more fifty men and will be quite a benefit to of Democracy, nnd voto with him for of Vino Grove, visited Mrs. L. C. Malin's ellites exhibited in making the selection. Saturday night, belches out his artificial Act Directly on tucX.lYcr.gj popular daily. The people will have it. J jr. d Cleveland and Stevenson, Ho had the city. i.um.3 v.iilu jlxo XTEll, JJTr Ersu, family tho first of tho week. Among that vast assembly of Kentucky's teeth, goes homo without knowing it. to tho banks of the Detroit, a disThere is quito a coolness existing Mr. James K. Bramlett, ofGiiston,and SlCsnilDACIlE, I)lUOr COLW, CoHlTlTA- Mrs. Mary Jones, of tho Masonic Wid- fairest daughters, there will bo nono and comes back next morning sheepishiok, Ituutni.T!c, Tiles, P.vr riTATion prominent young ladies of this tance of 100 miles, only a few days Miss. Fullenwider, of Alton, Ind., wero ly inquiring for his "lost jawbone?" or tiib Heart. Dizziness. Tnnm.. T...n to register, and would bo there again ows and Orphans Homo, Louisville, is fairer than Cloverport's representative married lastSunday. They went through city. Tho young man who went to see Coated Tomquis, ' AHDAiift Young, beautiful, graceful and accora. Tho young, middle-ageor old man, sister Mrs. Dowdy. uibiaiej or tub uYtn asd BiojiAcir. jr this city Monilay en route to Guston, one of them has changed to tho other, on tho 8 th day of November to voto. tho guest of her jroadonot"ruil vcrcll,"a elnglo pill at plished, Miss UFayetto Lalleist can who won't tnko tho News, when it is the Mr. Thomas Ditto has rented a part of and the consequence is that who wore That was tho kind of a Democrat ho was, their future home. bed'Utno'tlinti'atr tlio etomnch, rcitona boss county paper of is tho appetite, imparts vigor to tho fritcm. once bosom friends now pass by on the andho rejoiced that thlsyear,tho first time Mrs. Martin's house, ond will livo thero only enhanco tho pleasure and enjoy- giving away valuablo tho state, and its Mr. Frank Bartles and Misses Anna presents to The euro all dlieascs llko snrjle. Oct in her history, his nativo State would until they can rebuild their home ogain. ment and brighten the smiles and subscribers al.l tho time ? tho rljjlit kind. BELLEHS" J4VKU TILLB. Bartles and HuthSterutt made the round other side. mako moro joyful tho ring of laughter fiulll llvdrui'L'Iftttf. Kfnf? fnrrlrrnl... The Clovcrport Ijuindry has changed cast part of her electoral voto for tho Sleeping in a tobacco barn 'til past trip to Kvansvillo and back on tho W. G. W. Stono, candidato for Circuit by her presence in any SELLERS MKOICINB CO.,PitUbargh.ra. assembly of gay mid-nigand going homo without your K. Phillips last week,leaving hero Friday hands and is now owned by Howard & Democratic candidate. W. Story, candidato for and plcasuro loving Judge, and II. hat 7 young people As tho speaker closed, tho people Kyler. Mr. Kybir is a practical laundry and returning Sunday. Commonwealth's attorney wero hero SatAll tlais dry weather, when crops aro man and they are now doing just as good crowded down the aisle and wont ovor urday. Prof. W. F. Pate, of tho Graded School being ruined in Texas by excessive rains Mr. C. V. Barnes, of Home, is in the work as can bo done any where. Tho the tops of bonches to get to him that WOOD'S PHOPHODINE 7 city representing a New York nursery, machinery Is all for at this season Mr. William Evcrn, wlfo ami daughter, has been appointed s and this en- they might grasp ids hand; and it is the Being sick whon Nappor's remedies lie has some flno stock and many citi- terprise should receive all the home truth to say that in the heart of overy and Mr. Sam Hardin and wife, of Tick Kentucky, of tho Alumi Association of Tho Croat Euirllali Itrmotly. can bo had of Aloxandor it Pilo 7 zens will improve tho looks of their patronage. Ridge, visited Mr. J. D. Hardin's family tho National Normal University at Leba1'romntlv nn.l man who heard him that night thero isa Tho man who stays away from tho non, Ohio. Tills is a very high compll-inen- t, polls noxt Tuesday homes when they plant tho shrubry ,nenUy cure all forma of last Tuesday. Judge J. A. Murray made a political tender spot for Clmrloy Bush. just becauso ho C4KI1CU, Jfmlt. as many of the Kentucky graduates doesn't like iho secret ballot 7 they have ordered. flnni, bpernintorrhcH, Jin- speech last Saturday night to a largo and DOtenpv anil all frUA. Mr. Tlios. Hamilton, our county attor- of this colobrated University sro among r ad. In another column and appreciative audience at Webster. Ho Head Vest's Tho of our H(.cn PUBLIC SPEAKING. ney, has purchased tho property of Mr. our foremost and most distinguished ed- Sheriff handsomo pictures Clerk n next BMsSfZ iaa laa Abuie or Kxccuci.ycara i. ijaa AbSS guess how Breckenridge county will go and Circuit Court nretcrlhed overjj last In in this election. A fino pair of shoes will speak at McDaniels noxt Friday, Judge J. A. Murray will nddress the John Howard, and will move to town in ucators. EuzAnirniTOWN News. week's Nuws floto6TAiiSririi:ii:'"".,,"," given away to tho lucky guesser. Num- and at Custer Saturday. Tho Judgo is citizens of Brcckenrldgo county, on tho a short time. Our own Henri and his masterly ad- Medicine known. he Ak tlraggUt for Wood's bers, of guesses aro pouring in and somerupspiioniNKi if offers some worthless incdl an entertaining talker and tho fortunate political issues of tho moment, at dress ut Chicago on dedication day. tho Hon. A. B. Montgomery passed through cine in jufiie ui iJMt it: live nisujsnnneti store, in body will get a fino pair of shoes free. citizens of these places should not tail to following times and places: ciotu price in letter, una we will nonil by return hero Thursday onrouto to Union Star to Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin Hodge and child- hear him. ..a... . ni,.ii UPC Wll fJI Pamphlet plain tcnlcd Ex. Governor Uurknor and Dava Murray pleats, six will cure. IM, Ml,Inf5. ren, of Henderson, wero passengers on McDaniels, Friday.Novembcr 4. speak, and spoko at Paynesvillo Friday, Children envelope, i sumni. Atlilrcsi Wo aro obliged to our good friend, G. Cry for Pitchor's Castorla. of Kentucky, addressed the people of tho east bound train last Thursday for Custer, Saturday,November 5, Guston Saturday. The Wtioit Chenticnl Co. Louisville. Master Thomas stopping off B. Cunningham, of Clicnault, for a quart iji Woodwafdjiyenua Detroit. Mich.. Tell City Saturday ovenjng in tho inter Stophensport, Monday,Nov. 7. Ofc. Sold In Cloverport by C. C. Martin, and ' at Brandenburg to visit his aunt, Miss bottle of flno apple brandy, from tho CunHon. W. P. Hardin spoko hero last est ot Democracy. They wore warmly drugKlrta everywhere. Speaking at 1 o'clock p. in. Jennie Phillips. ningham distillery at that place. It was Wednesday to an appreciative audience. When Baby was alclc, w care her Caatorl. greeted and often applauded, which sliovvs, received Saturday and it enabled us to His speech was considered by all who When aha w a Child, ahe crle$l for Caatorla, that tho good people of our neighboring it'cetllag a tonic, or cluldreu t lio want build 0QT BROWNS IRON BITTERS bridgo ovor Sunday very nicely. Other Cure Indlgcttlon, nillouineu, Dyincpila, Mala, heard it as being the best exponent of When ahe became Ulas, ahe citing to Caatorla, In up, itioulii tiku town are uvvakoned to their best interest Hon. "D. It. Murray will ui lUtOWN'H 1IIU.V I.I'ITKIIS. rla, Kervoumeu, and General Debility, rtirit-cludistillers will plcaso emulate Mr. CunDemocratic principles that was over de- When aheh-w- l Children, ahe care them Caatoria. It U pleuaoti curci Malaria, Indigestion, nnd will cast a larger Democratic vote canvriu recommend it. All dealer tell it. Genuine njjlouuicu, IJrcr Uomplalnu and jseuralglu. ningham's example. livered hero. hot trade mark and croncd red linen ou wrapper Dr .J. M. Clayton, When jou VlBtS. vvnut good I u'ibers go to Physician Surgeon. ' Dr. W. B. a hinging- speech - m pMWJWtoftABU. it ': Simons, Physician Surgeon very strange how is Hi? il J. W. JARRETT, - pay-matt- n. sp-u- some people will get bit in the purchase of Clothing when our house is so well known for honesty and square dealings with our patrons Try us for a Suit or Overcoat for yourself or boys, and you won't get hurt. 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Montgomery has beaten Bnrnettby a majority of probably moro thnu 4,000, nnd Gardner, tho Pcoplo's party man, is not considered in tho dispatches. In the Ninth Judicial District, Democracy is also triumphant. McBcath has carried all four counties, nnd his majority in tho district is 1,500 or more. Stono was not in it, and In fact, tho only figure that thoPcopIn's party has cut at all,n as to ponnit themselves to bo used as tools by the Republicans. Breckonrldgo county has elected F. K. Rhodes sheriff by nbout 300 majority. It. S. Skillman, dcm., is leadlngSherman Ball, rep., for Circuit Court clerk, but tho raco will bo close. All tho precincts, with tho exception of Hudson, havo been heard from and Skillman has a majority of 00. Hudson is a Republican precinct, but it is not thought thatitcanovercomo this majority, nnd Skillman Is probably elected by a majority of 25 or 30. Lateu Hudsonvillo has been heard from. Ball carried tho precinct by 00 majority. This mnkes skillmnn's majority in tho county 30, nnd every Democrat is elected. Cloverport gave Cloveland 58 majority; Montgomery C9 majority; McBeath 284 majority; Chelf 50 majority; Skillman 45 majority; Rhodes 250 majority. Chelf Is elected in tho district by a largo majority, though tho returns give very meager reports in regards to tho attorney's race. Tho latest despatches from Indinnn, 5 p. m., yesterday stato that tho Republican cbmmittco concede tho stato to Cloveland by 3,000 majority, and tho Democratic committee is claiming it by about 5,000. Returns about all in, nnd the Stato is positively Democratic. Mall and Kxpreti going East i West St. K. & T.' l.ornl Tliuo Card. " " ' East West East West axpreii liOa. 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It may not take a get them on week in every inttance ; will at toon at pottille. .SIX PAGES. w isb M A Cyclone Sweeps over The Country and It Is Ours. I Ratification. Tho Democrats of Clovcrport will ratify the election of Cleveland nnd Stevenson Friday night, Nov. 11th. Every Democrat in Breckenridge, retry and surroundine counties is invited. Let everybody come, and lets hnvo a regulovo feast. "Wo will lar paint this town up nicely. President Harrison has ibsucd his annual Tlmksglvlng Proclamation, fixing Thursday, November 24th, as the day. Wiikm you havo read all tho election itli tho local and tho news together first chapters of our new story, lake a glanco at our now and nttrastlvo advertisements, fresh and cribp, neat and clean and tho work of master hands in the art of printing. n Colonels Hawkins and Streator and Surgeon Grimm, tho men who so severe ly punched lams at Homo- stead, for cheering when Frick was shot, wero acquitted in tho Pennsylvania courts last Saturday. It seems that it is no offense to hang a man up by the thumbs in Pennsylvania. to It just took Judge Montfort twenty minutes last Saturday to decldo that tho World's Fair appropriation should bo paid, and Auditor Norman had as well knock under and pay up. However, an appeal was taken. It is hoped that tho Court of Appeals will como to a prompt conclusion. The quicker wo get out of this disgraceful muddle, tho better. OUR NEW STORY. No reader of tho BjiECKKNiunaE News should fail to read our now story "Ed win Brothertoft" which begins with this issue. Edwin Brothertoft, tho hero, was an activo figure in stirring scenes in Revolutionary days and tho story of his life, from tho falling in lovo with hand-som- o and rich Jane Billop, through all tho trouble of which his marriago with her was tho cause, to her tragic end, brings vividly beforo our eyes, men and events that wero conspicuous in early American history. Graphic pictures of Hfo and manners, quaint sketches of quaint people, and a thread of romance beU eon bold Peter Skerrett nnd lovely Lucy Brothertoft mako up n novel that will charm tho reader and hold him to tho end. Tho plot is laid in New Yorl Stato. Wk havo met them and they havo tumbled. This, tho grandest victory that has over been achieved within tho history of American politics, is legitima tely and directly duo to tho education of tho American people in tho of politics. When Grover Clcvolaud issued his famous tariff message five years ago, it struck tho country with surprise, nnd tho pcoplo had not timo enough beforo tho election of 1888 to thoroughly consider it. Ueforo that timo tho majority of tho pcoplo had only heard of tho tariff through tho medium of campaign speakers, which, comparatively speaking, wont In ono car nnd out at tho other, and they wero loth to mako a change of a system under which they had apparently been prosperous. But sinco that time tho Araorlcan people havo given more thought to political affairs, nnd through their individual inveaflgntlons havo como to seo that they wero being Imposed upon, nnd through tho system of protection, stealthily, but nevertheless, gradually robbed of a portion of their legitimate earnings. Thoy saw their mistake, and their patriotic convictions caused them to turn tho tldo at this battloof tho ballots. It Is safo to say that as soon as it can bo remodicd, this fair country will no longer bo the homo of tho protection fraud. Tho American peoplo havo set their heads that way, nnd whatever Americans opposo must bait a retreat. Democracy has triumphed, and equal rights to all end special privileges to none, is tho theory upon which tho affairs of tho government will be administered in the future. and take UHOWN'S inON IHTTIERS. It cures quickly. For salo by all dealt. In tjrsdloine. Get Iho genuine. r- No. 18. North Dakota 11 precincts Harrison 208; Weaver 335. No. 19. Wisconsin 118 Districts give a Democratic majority of 101. Ohio in doubt. No. 29. Ohlo.precints out side Cloveland 17 precincts; Harrison 1,950; Cleveland 1,003. Massachusetts 30 towns in tho Stato give Cloveland 7,81)7; Harrison 7,038; Halo 0,893; Russell 0,240. Compared with 8S Dcm. gain of 092; compared with 01, a rep. gain of 172. Georgia democratic. Congressmen leading by a largo majority all over tho State. Florida democratic; claim Cleveland's majority in the Stato 25 to 30,000; both congressional districts democratic. No. 30. N. Y. World claims Kussell Cleveland and Tarjff Reform for Governor. Has carried Massachusetts Win by an Overwhelming by 14,000. Tonnessee, indications arc Majority. that Finlay has been elected by 30,000 majority as well as the rest of tho State and National Ticket. Intisinna rains ! throughout', Stato voto light; indications TMINK OF nro Virginia, democratic ; West not n precinct in at 0:20 p. m. THE DECEPTIVE FRAUD, "PRO- M.iuHachusetts, 40 towns givo Cleveland 7t302; Harrison 9,557; Hnlo 8,734; Russell TECTION" AND THE FORCE 7,714; compared with 88 net deni. gain DILL BURRIED FOREVER C54, with 91 net rep. gain of 201. OUT OF SIGHT. No. 31. Mich igan,20 precincts outside, Wayne county precinct rep. 1810; Moore 143 proclnU in ChiAN UNPRECEDENTED UPRISING dem. 2017. Illinois cago, Harrison 18,025; Cleveland 28,090. OF THE PEOPLE. No comparisons made, owing to tho city being redlstricted. Ohio, 37 scattering Kentucky Contributes Her Little precincts outsido Cincinnati, Cleveland 3,783: Bidwell 205; Weaver 125, samo In Mito, and Old Breckenridge is '01 for McKlnley 2,780; Campbell 3,220. Still Domorcratic. Six precincts, Harrison 570; Cleveland 437; Bid ell 10; Weaver 23. Net rep. galnO. Tim TUMID IMKTY AOT IN IT. Labor ticket 105; Prohibition 3,550. Iowa there are 1S33 voting precincts in tho Bulletin No. 1. Nov. 8th, 1 p. m. Stato, voto will bo cemparcd with 1888, New Jersey has gono largely for Clevewhen H .rrison received 211,598; Cleveland bojoiul u doubt. land 179,878. N. Y. Stato 337 districts No. 2.- -1 p. in. Chlciiso has gone from outsido N. Y. City and Brooklyn, Cleve20.0J0 to 23,000 for Cleveland, and tho land 40,111; Harrison 51,009, same as in 1888; Cleveland 43,011; Harrison 54,128. .State is ours. No. 15. 170 districts in New York City Indiana not enough returns in to indicato give Cleveland 00,018; Harrison 37,890. the results, fivo scattering received show Brooklyn, N. Y., 10 dibtricta out of CIS, ver' small gain for Harrison. No. 32. Indiana Editor of the Sentigivo Cleveland 1,7:5(1; Harrison 895; nel, dem., claims theSUto for Cleveland. 24; Weaver 21). No. A. Now York. Total number Chairman Stato Dcm. Committee chums election districts in tho stato 5,107, of tho State by 10.000; Chairman Rep. Stato which 1,107 are in New York, 518 in Committee says every indication private Brooklyn, and 3,1122 outsido of N. Y. and and otherwise points to rep. victory lr, Brooklyn. Returns from N. Y. nro fur- tho State. Tho above telegrams wero receive J nished by N. Y.Associated Press. Comparisons, if possible, will be made with from 7 o'clock p. m. Nov. 8th to 3 a. in., Nov. 9th, when wo wero cut off. Follow18S3. ing are later telegrams. No. 5. N. Y. Herald says votes show No. 33.- -8 a. in., NoV. 0. New York slight Democratic gain in Brooklyn. City PressAssociation gays tho Indications aro Cleveland 25,000 majority; Indiana Illinois 20,000; New Jersey, Demothat Cleveland's majority in Now York City will bo 70,000, COO districts out of cratic; Connecticut Democratic. 8 Demo1137 in N. Y. City. Cleveland 83,040; cratic votes in Michigan. No. 34. 8:30 a. m., Nov. 0. Now York, Harrison 48,237. No. 0. Richmond, Vn. Ten counties Connecticut, Now Jersey, Indinnn, Illishow Democratic gain of 20,000. Geor- nois and possibly California solid for gia. Twenty precincts outsido of Atlan- Grover. According to tho returns received up ta, Clovelaud 2,539; Harrison 1.0S5; Weaver 537. South Carolina advices from to 0 o'clock yesterday evening tho electover tho Btato indicato Weaver's voto ex- oral voto will ho as follows : ceedingly light. Brooklyn N., Y. 50 Slate Cleveland Harrison Weaver , . 11 Cleveland 7,927; Harrison 4,610; Alabama . . 8 Arkansas Bidwell 102; Weaver 139; Wing 59. 9 . . Calilornla No. 7. Florida Democratic Tho i tale Colorado , , , . . d will givo 15,000 Democratic majority. A Connecticut . . Delaware 3 gain of four to fivo tlious.mil over 1888. Flordla i No. 8. Now York 030 districts, Clove-lan- d Georgia . . 13 00,808; Harrison 50,839. ;. 4 i "''" Herald Idaho 21 bulletin, Cleveland's majority in city Illinois . . . Indian i .15 lillle over 70,000. Iowa 13 No. York City 720 districts, Knilsis , . 13 13 Cleveland 101,531; Ilairison 58,095. Kentucky . . . . 8 Brooklyn 1E0 ilirtrirts out of 048, Clove- -' Louisiana , 6, lanil u,)20; Harrison 18,897. Later, Maine . . . . S Maryland . ., Herald bulletin rbtinmtes Cleveland's Massachusetts.'. , . . V 15 Michigan 8 h majority in Klium county at 25,000. 9 No. 10 New York stato 18 districts, Minnesota . , 0 ouUldu Now York City and Brooklyn, Mississippi , , 17 Missouri Cleveland 1,(100; Harrison 2,782, sartio Montana 3 In 1888 givo Cleveland 1,812; Harrison Nebraska , 8 New York City 770 districts, Nevada 3,003. New Hampshire . Cleveland 113,351; Harrison 0,339. jew York ,3(1 Ohio 20 precincts, Cincinnati, New jersey Noll . . 10 Harrison 4,871; Cleveland 3,701, same In North Carolina . . 11 . '. 3 1801. MeKinloy 4,109; Campbell 3,140. North Dakota Ohio S3 '. There nro 2,809 voting precincts in Ohio Oregon , , 4 McKinley's plurality In 1891 was 21,511. Pennslyvanla . . 32 No. 12 Now York City 770 districts, Rhode Island 4 . . 9 Clovelaud 118,071; Harrison C0,231. South Carolina . , Ohio 51 prccinctsin Cincinnati, Harrison South Dakota . . . . 12 ' , . , , Tennessee . 0,745; Clovelaud 7,704. Same in 1891 Texas 11 McKInloy 8,381; Campbell 07,523. . . Vermont ,4 12 No. 13 Buffalo, N. Y., 41 out of 128 Virginia Washington 4 dlfctticte, Cleveland 7,782; Harrison Wen Virginia 6 . , 8J19. Now York City 830 districts out Wisconsin . . , . . 12 3 of 1,137, Cleveland 120,414; Harrison Wyoming 4 DEPARTMENT. 4 L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOI NO WEST. Passenger Dally arr. IIardlnsburg,.12:42 p.m. OOINO XABT. iDT!D.0Ul Passenger Dally arr. Uanllnsburg. 7:50 a.m JUST IT Bid-we- ll 10,-00- 0; ts .... ...... .. 0-- New, t .... ... 4- Tho Third party is undoubtedly left. Judge McBeath Is still in the fight. Thoro was no boodlo used In this election. Wo want your produco nt cash prices. B. &B. Mr. Sam Board was hero Tuesday from Irvington. Judgo Adkisson went to Louisvillo Tuesday. By your family groceries from Hardin & Brown's. Tako your country produco to Hardin & Brown's. Mr. James E. Stone, of Louisville, was hero last Monday. Men's undeawcar at bottom prices at Hardin & Brown's. Johnnio Kincheloo has been sick several days with foyer. Mr. Wm. Hensloy has moved to Mrs. DcJejernett's residence. Tho finest lino of custom made boots and shoes, nt Beard & Beclcr's. Hides, feathers, butter, eggs, chickens, &c, wanted nt Beards & Beeler's. Mr. John Mutch, on tho ELECTION NOTES. L. II. & W., was in tho city Tuesday. Tho new ballot is liked by all, and it Tho best quality of N. 0. Molasses at don't change tho Democratic business. 60c. per gallon nt Hardin & Brown's. It was tho nicest nnd quietest election Mr. Granvillo Wilson will occupy tho that ever went off in Cloverport. now houso just finished by Dr. KincheTho closing of the saloons is a good loo. feature of tho now election law. There wero about twenty-flv- o Illegal Who said Gen. A. J. Gross was to sick votes thrown out at tho voting places at to get to tho election 7 this district. The Associated Press dispatches wero Sowing machine supplies. All kinds of received at tho Cloverport Hotel and musical instruments nnd sheet music. wero rend from a window to tho peoplo T. C. Lewis. who thronged tho streets. Tho election is over nnd wo nro ready Geo. Boyd says ho Is going to carry a to sell you goods cheaper than over. locomotive head-ligin tho procession Beard & Beeler. when wo ratify. Tuck Landrum was arrested Monday Till Groves will bo barkeeper on tho night for carrying a pistol concealed, and Salt river excursion packet. lodged in jail. Tho Tobinsport people camo over in Mr. Arnel Kincheloo has gono to Cloforce nnd listened attentively to tho vcrport to tako a position as clerk in J. rending of tho dispatches. D. Babbagcs store. Cos. Whitehead is tho best pleased A brand now stock of jowelry, every man in Indiana. kind to select from. Don't forget what When tho news was coming in un- is ment. T. C. Lewis. favorable to tho Republicans, tho Chnir-ina-n Tho city council havo ordered a brick of the Republican County Com- pavement put down in front of W. K. mittee, remarked, "You may beat us Barnes' lot on Main street. now, but wo wero licking you like h 1 Tho peoplo hero generally wero well about this timo thirty years ago." This pleased with tho orderly way in which is tho man who has como into tho tho election was conducted. county almost a perfect stranger and has Repairs a specialty, old gold nnd silver been chosen by tho g. o. p- - as a lender, takon in exchange for cash, also old to teach Breckenridge county peoplo decopper and brass. T. C. Lewis. cent politics. Tho city council has ordered a now street opened between Mrs. SnllioBoard SrATE or Ohio, City of Toledo, 1 and Dr. Koncholoo's property in tho Lucas County. Frank J. CIieney makes oath that he south end of town. Is tho senior partner of tho firm of F. J. Milton Board nnd James Mcrcor came Cheney & Co., doing business In tho city down from Louisvillo Tuesday. Thoy of Toledo, County and Stato aforesaid, put in a voto for tho Democratic ticket and that said firm will pay tho sum of and returned Wednesday. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each James Wright's rcs'dcuco near and every caso of Catariui that cannot was burned last Tuesday night. be cured by tho use of Hall's Catarrh Mr. Wright was hero and know nothing Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. of it untill Wednesday morning. Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed in Marshall Logan Pato left yesterday my presence, this Gth day of December, with Tom Richardson nnd John T. Lewis A. D., 1880. for Owensboro. Ho picked them up - i A. W. Gleason. somewhere in Grayson County for violaNotary Public. ting tho rovenuo law. W. W. Vessels and Tico jolly got Into Sold by Druggists 75 cts. a difficulty last Monday in which, Vessels got soveral gashes with a knife in tho hands of Jolly. The fight occurred In Mr. Vessol's saloon and grew out of a dispute over tho election. Mr. Vessels while not seriously cut, received two or threo ugly flesh wounds from Mr. Jolly's knife, nnd has not been able to bo on tho streets sinco. road-mastMc-Qua- ,T0 THE,... With the most stupendous values in Men s and Boys' artistic Suits, AND Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, AND Furnishings, Cloverport ever saw. In order to have you visit our store, inspect these goods and make your purchases, to do this we make this liberal offer, with every purchase of $15.00 We will pay your Railroad To Cloverport from any place siiSL Fare v within 50 miles. SMART & CO., CLOVERPORT, KY. How I Lost My Heart. ... ... He finds it "a wonderful cure for a bad cough.' Mr. Wm. F. Anderson, 3ti WaterSt .New York City. N. Y., gives this Inilorscmtnt: I have found Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup the wonderful cure It Is represented to be. It Is Just the thing for u bad cough. To tell you just how I lost It, Oh, that would be a difficult task; How the thing got away on that autinn day I never stopped to ask.. l'crhaps It was a glance that did It, A soft caress to my hair, A close, warm grasp or a gentle clasp, That ciptured It then and there. You see, there are things you can govern, Hut hearts have a way of their own; Like birds they fly, and you can't tell why; You only miss them when gone. VICTORIA. Smart & Co., Cloverport, will pay your faro, round trip, with every $5 purchase. ... F. K Ehodes. Tho noxt Sheriff of Breckonrldgo Co. Bo wiso In time. You havo too many gray hairs for ono so young looking. Use Hall's Hair Ronower, tho best preparation out to euro them. Try It, 70,015. Totals 279 141 21 -W DUIousncBg, rou Tii"iibonr Weakness, Malaria, Indigestion No 14 Now Yorl; City. Tho Times says tolid Democratic delegation elected to Congress. Tho World says Georgia gives Clevilaud 70,000 majority. Tho Dally News says Cloveland has carried Now York Stato. The Herald says Virginia gives Cloveland 50,000 majority, No. 15 Connecticut 8 towns gives n Democratic gain of 40 on President, 75 on Governor nnd a gain of 3 in tho Legislation. Now York City 870 districts, Cleveland 120,883; Harrison 72,580 No. 10 Now York Democratic by 25,000; Now Jersey nnd Connecticut, tho sarao. Returns indicato that wo havo carried Indiana nnd probably Illinois-- six YoteB in Michigan suro. Cleveland will bo tho norft President. No. 17. Illinois. 292 towns outsido of Cock County, Harrison 60,01G; Cleveland 50,403, same as in 1880, Harrison 53, 387. Cloveland 45,025; Clovoland and Stevenson aro e'ected President nnd of theso United States by an overwelmlng majority beyond tho rcasonablo chanco of a doubt. Now Y'ork State has gono Democratic by at least 25,000, and. tho Chances nro that tho majority will bo moro than that. Now Jersey, Connecticut, Indiana, nnd Illinois aro also counted in tho Dome cratic column, nnd probably another State or two will fall into lino when tho full returns get in. Tho South stands by tho principles of her forefathers, and rolls up a solid front for Democracy and Several of tho North Westorn States hnvo probably gono for Weaver by tho assistance of tho Democrats, who voted with them, not becauso thoy advocated tho Third party falacles, but be causo thoy opposed Republicanism. Thoro is great enthusiasm nil over tho land, nnd Clovorportera aro wild. nt Aod why I don't tell the story, If the reason you really must learn, Is. though life grew bright with a rosy light. Yet I won no heart In return. Some body's eyes were gentle arid kind, And his voice was soft and low; Hut the heart I want was given away, Kver so long ago, Harrison Isn't in It but my sign is up again, nnd I nm In for all tho practico I can get. I will givo special attention and timo to practico in offlco, town and tho Pike. I will settlo cheap on old accounts nnd notes between now and Christmas. Dn. B. T. Raffeoty. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorfa. !..-- .: v Head-ach- o, When Ebr was sick, garo her CartorU. Wheo she was a Child, the. cried for Castorfa, When she becatuo MUs, she dun to CturtorU, When she had Children, she gate them Castorl. For Constipation, Indigestion, And while I solace a lonely life, With a cat and a cup of tea, Somebody's arm Is around his wife, And her baby Is on his knee. And the loss I meet with, results In this, That mine Is a lonely part; You can't for your lite make a loving wife OI a woman without a heart. Another head rests on the manly breast, That I wanted to shelter me; Sdlne other fair face has won my place, So no man's wifu I'll be. Hut compensation's a law of life, And though trials trie gods will send, I've no one to scold when the beefsteak's cold, And no small stockings to mend. The love that Is lost I never regret When I think what my troubles might be When dinner Is late, I smile at fate, And nobody storms at ine. Ohio Doubtful. Columbus, O., Nov. 0th, 11 o'clock, p M. Comploto returns from eighteen" counties in Ohio. If tho voto holds gocd for tho remaining soventy-oigh- t counties tho Stato will go Democratic. 'WISCONSIN DEMOCRATIC. Milwaukee Wis., Nov. 0. Republicans admit olection of Peck, Democrat, for Governor, by n sranll plurality, and that tho electoral voto goes to Cloveland Four of tho ten Congressmen nro prob" ably Republican. Tho Legislature is Democratic, and n Domocrat will succeed United States Senator Sawyer. Liver Complaint, and for all purgative purposes tako Ayer'a Pills tho best for family use.