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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1893. cHtfuonTpaidfral1road, froniulio station of said niTlro.uT, in said city1 of Evansville, to the station of said railroad, in said city of Madisonville, in Kentucky, upon any regular train of said company passing through mild places and stopping for and letting ofT the purpose passengers. Thoy'furthor state that they did on that day, when tho regular pnscngcr train, known as the Providence accommodation train, was getting ready to start from Evansvillo toward Nashville, get aboard of said train, and take seats thereon, in tho coach usually known as tho Indies' coach, whicht istliu nicest, cleanest and bestcqifipped coach on said 'trainjand Is Tho hlndmostfco"ach thereof. They stato that soon after said train started, tho conductor thereof, who os tho agent of the defendant had the charge and control of said train, ramo in said coat it, in which tho plainllll'and his wife had so taken their seats,, and without making any, objection to tlieir occupying of said seats, or ollerlng to assign any other seats, or any other coach, to them, demanded and received from them their said tickets, and in lieu thereof gavo them checks or coupons, indicating that they were entitled to so ride on said train and in said coach, without disturbance, until said train reached tho city of Ilondorson in tho stato of Kentucky, when tho said conductor, in chargo of said train, camo to them and required them to leave said coacli in which they had been seated over sinco they loft livansvillc, and informed them that he had assigned them seats in another coach, and would not allow them to ride further on the train, unless they would occupy tho seats so assigned by him to them. This they refused to do, and thereupon, said conductor, by force and arms, and without light and contrary to law, and in violation of their contract of carringo us above set out, and to the great humiliation and injury of plaintiff and Ids said wife, in their persons and feelings and business, then and Micro put them on" of said train and refused to allow them to continuo tlieir journey. The plaintifl further states that tho car or coach in w hich tho conductor thus proposed to assign them scats was the coach just in front of tho ladies' coach in which they wero seated and noxt to tho haggago car; that it wasnotso well d equipped or furnished as tho coacli it nor was it kept as cleanly and nice as said rear coach. Tlier further stato that it was divided into two compartments by a wooden division or partition with a door in it, and that thoy wero required to occupy the rear compartment, which was the only part of said train that had been assigned to colored people; that tho front compartment of said car was assigned to wliito male passengers, who wero allowed to smoke cigars and tobacco therein. The phintifl' states that, by tho wrongful acts of said conductor in so ejecting them from said train, and refusing to allow them to occupy tho seats they had 11 ret taken or remain in said roach, and thus complete their journey, thoy wero damaged in at least tho sum of $15,000. "Wherefore ho prajs judgment against defendant for said sum of $15,000, for his costs and for all proper relief. v.f L , Separate Coach 'Law.4 HOME DltESSMAKING. THE IS THE FOUNDATION OF ALL DB.ES9 CUTTING. BASQUE The Suit to Test Its Constitution- ality Begun in United States Pale Faces show Doplotod Blood, Ancomia. i - Court.- - W. H. ANDERSON, A COLORED PREACHER FROM EVANS-- ' VILLE, SUES THE 1. AND FOR $15,000. He isBackodby, the BtatotColored Exeoutivo Oommiito and by Hon. John Feland. Rep-"resente- d A Will be Tried at Owensboro in January. Owyisborn Mctscnkri fight of the colored people ngainst Tho tho separate coach law was begun hero yesterday in tho form of a suit against 'tlie fiOulsvillo and Nashville Kallroad company for $15,000 damages, brought hy Itov. W. II Anderson, a colored preacher of Evansvillo. Tho suit was filed in tho United States court yesterday afternoon by Hon. John Feland, tho attorney employed by the association of colore'd peoplo formed recently at Frankfort to test tho constitutionality of the law. Several other suits have been tiled in other parts of the state on tho Eumo question, hut thoy aro individual suits. This is the only one authorised by tho committee, and upon this it is depended to knock out tho law which went into elicit on tho first of October. As set out in tho petition, Anderson, acting under advice of Mr. Feland, last, tickets for Monday, bought first-cla- 's himself and wife from Evansville, Ind., to Madisonville, Ky. Thoy took seats in tho ladies' coach and tho conductor accepted their tickets for passage, but when tho train reuched tho Kentucky state lino at Henderson informed them that they would have to go into tho car provided for colored people. Upon their refusal to do so, the conductor forcibly put them oir tho train. This forms tho batisof the suit and tho plea will be that tho law rt quiring separate coaches for white and colored passengers is an interference with interstate commerce and contrary to tho constitution and laws of tho United States. To bring all tho points claimed before tho court it was necessary to have a citizen of another state bring the suit, henco Andersons' services were enlisted in tho matter. Mr. Feland is so far tho only attorney engaged in tho case, but it is probable that when tho case comes up for a hearing before Judge llarr in January other distinguished counsel will bo employed. If defeated in tho lower court, Mr. Feland will carry tho caso to tho supremo of tho suit is being court. Tho exp-inshomo by tho executive committee of tho association. Mr Feland stated to the Messenger last night that tho caso presented features not covered hy tho decision of tho BUpremo court on tho Mississippi law. That was an Ultra state commerce, and the decision did not cover tho rights of tho citizen, but only .l tho legislature to requite tho railroads to provide soparato accommodations for white and colored passengers within tho state. Ho has hopes of finally defeating tho law. No other suit will bo authorized by tho association bo represents until a final decision is reached in this caso. Tho petition in full is as follows: X o is I' IV : - r tV:" Facts That Must Not llo Forgotten. How to Cut lllmisc unit Itoloro Jncket. Various Kinds of fustonlncs Huvr to Finish n Unique. Copjrlnlit, 1803, by American Press Association. Tho basque being tho foundation of all drrss cutting, tho novice should learn ntthe very outset nil Its possibilities. With n good diagram of n basque fitting in tho prospective wearer of the garment planned ouecan cut n princes robe.n wrapper of any style, n tailor gown, rt lmblt, an evening dress, n blouse, a ticontof anydoscilptlon. Tlio principle Is exactly the same, w 1th such variations na the exigencies of the case may require. ,It needs, but to be lengthened to make rt tlclit coat or ulster aud to hao 1U dllTerent pirts lengthened und wlduttd to form n princess dross. To do this the dllTerctit parts should lw cut to four Inches longer than tho skirt from waist downward nnd tho front pieces cut on a nlnnt o that tho bottom of each front measures 0 Inches, tho fiont sldo pieces the same, tho back sldo gores 27, aud the back breadths should measure tho wbolo width of tho Roods, and if that Is narrow another breadth should bo ndded to the back and plaited In close so that tho whole skirt in ny fall freo nnd open In tho approved shupe, Tho four inches extra length are taken up In fitting to tho figure. Tho princess should bo tried on with tho seams outward and fitted llko atty other waist. Tho skirt is to bo faced w ith wlgnn or crinoline about 13 incbesdeep, and to the Inner sldo Is stltchid n fuclugof linen or alpaca, and where tho dress is nvcry handsome one several narrow pinked ruffles am sewed to a silk foundation and cat stitched to tho wlgnn. Riding liablts are cut In the mine wny, but the lines aro drawn rigidly nnd with angles wherever they can bo introduced, notably tho squnro high collar mid the snuaro postilions and squnro pocket lids. In cutting jackets tho dressmaker only needs to knowtho stylo wanted. If n reefer or blazer, tho bnsquo Is lengthened, nnd the darts aro not tnken in. Pockets are added. If n long jacket Is desired, tho same general rules prevail, und it is easy to make ono with strict attention to tho pressing and caro that all outsldo stitching should bo perfectly straight. mouses mo cut Ilka the French waists, but tho lower part should bo three to four inches longer, cut. perfectly straight around and hemmed. An elastic is then drawn through, and tho waist buttons no thnt tho superfluous length fulls down over tho top of tho skirt. Bolero jackets, Hton jackets and fignros are all cut from tho original bnsqtiu pattern. For Eton tho waist is outlined with tho two sldo back pieces und Is cut don n to a point just overlapping tho gathers of tho back of tho skirt and cut lu front like the diagram, and It is easy to cut, as it is perfectly simple nnd beumlcss. Eton jackets may or may not havo sleeves, but if thoy do they should bo plain coat skovo gathered rather full at the top, having a suspicion of glgot only, and they aru worn over a , , shirt waist. Tho bolero Is cut just liko tlio Eton IrT front, but tho hick is all in one piece and is cut straight across. A Few tiuos-urcme- nt rid-ln- u d nourishment, ovory thing bad. Thoy aro signs of Tpoor Scott's Emulsion tho Groam of Cod-llv- or Oil, with hypophosphites', enriches tho blood, purifies Iho skin, euros Anosmia',' builds up tho system. JPhy$iciansl tho world over, ondorso it at be deceived by Substitutes! , rripartJIijrSmtt A IWtirno. N V Alt)m(liis Don't EYERYDODY KNOWS ml ,.! I t r ', OtUVO' Luth VIil) T dura-Kno- third &tuMki2t ' ' CLOTHING yoySE in Louisville, but some people in the country "do"fi'l know yet that wo gell SHOhS. And it .may Hot bo theW-FUUNISltgonetolly known that IfJGH nnd HATiouse. Wo riro.ilgljting for the supremacy in tlieso threo lines which wo already hold jinu w nio iu aro kiuhtiau our in cioining. ; cdmpetltors'by cutting and slash ing .prices is a cood- -t timu for YOU to BUY Don't you thjiiik oo ?, , Scnd-ncas- h MAIL OHDKIl: moriov refundoil if goods fail to please and KXPIIKSH PAID for20O ' miles on orders of $5 or more. Wo also send goods O. O. examination, if (Jxprcsn charges both ways mo sent Vtith order ; and ifjgoodHiirv lakeinA aiitlthutimount:Ht$u)U(rofiiid expKss charges for ' 200 miles. fiend jour name nnd address foKMLevys Letter," our illustrated monthly paper, equal tpPuck for funs - JCETS fortinc of ovfjrVin-iTmulc- mtii.lin, all - It lull ri ituu lorqpn lCK frtint, full sli- onlyj,-jc.Iul es, ' j on ism't Imy'tlit ptwdsto make ein Tor that. AndAeu tloirt 1iav& to come te.ttiu rlty for tlicte lnHcwV 'y.i'tpi'B n rts H ,' m .n - "linririlns." Jnt seixltlie - inifjioy nml we'll srml the (dilrts Up foi'oun Then it should be stitched nromM tho tipper edge, beginning from tho ctfiler iiul tewing forward. Then turn tho collar, bringing tho lining on one side and 'the dress goods on tho other. Uosto thlsjstronkly' with tho outsldo and interlining together to tho waist, beginning with unotchh)thoccn-tcro- f tho collar,' carrjlng It forward frpm each side from tho center seam in tho back. Then faco It down very neatly, f Sr Tho dressmaker will do well tho fronts of tho wutst btfore shefyuts the If thoy are exncly nllko. collar on to . Otherwiso she will havo to lip It off, and it tYL never looks so well again. Tho finish of n basquo is n VcVy'pcrvoug job, and tho careful dressmnkerwwscothat the finishing touches to the basqueir waist are put on before the skirt la done, for in the rush nnd hurry of the last work porno detail may be slighted and spoil the appeahiucq of tho whole. Whether buttons or hooks aro tisl as fas-- " tcnlng depends upon tho Btylo of waist, but ' tho most of waists now close Invisibly with hooks. Tho space where these ore to be sew id on should bo marked with nidue pencil at exact distances. They capjnover bo tewed on correctly "by tho eye," and put on nucvenly thy pucVtr tho waist, OUVKjIJUlI'En, iiH"1tti""T-rt- r I f-- i Jri nix. 1.1 us hi ir from )u, rtlit avnv,viint- - be u,i? to saj.lou saw the ad i.ii this ivtnai. v I jf A Good Thing to Keep Krom the Troy (Kansas) at Jfand. ChloT, Somo years ogo wo wero very Miiuch subject to sovero spoils of cholcnvmorbiis; nnd now when we feel any of the symp- toms that usually piocecd that ailment, sucli as sickness at the stomach, dfarrh(ca etc., wo becomo 6cary. Wo hav4'fgund Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnu.iPiar-rhus- a Itemedy tho vory thing tastraight- cn one out in such cases, nnd always kept it about. Wo aro not writing tli nav testimonial, but to let our Know wnat is a good tiling to keejUianuyj in tho house. For sale by A. K. tr.islifr, Cloverport, nnd Witt & Meadol f.IIar-- ' K ViUi-dinsburg. HlsmnrcU'n Ailvlco to Students. with their children on. the nccount'o' being to feoblo to keep house. A musical entertainment was given 'qt Mr. Hall's Wednesday night last, 'in especially invited, bqt which with regret wo could not attend, A young man passed through town Sunday morning, his face looking'aslong ns a fotlr gallon cliurii'and on inquiring around, w,o found thnt ho nnd his best girl had played quits. Mrs. Layman left Sunday for her new liomq in Grayson county, and was Indeed sorry to learn that alio was throw n out of the carriage, before sho arrived, nnd her arm broken. Mrs.Jttesio Tucker is very low. Wo do not think sho can livo but a few dajs. Sho lias never been a professed christian but bos lately enlisted nnd given hersplf fully to tho,Lord, and is trusting in Ids promises. Mahiue'i) Mr Willie Armes to Miss Itoxy Carman, Oct. 25. Thoy wero married nt thj homo of tho brido's father. Itov, Ajj?. Smiley officiating. Aftcr tho ceremanv hcinir performed thoy immed iately went'to tho groom's homo whoro'a a nice supper in givuti nuu wycim av ponded. Wo wish them a king and hap- o Mr, Noalt Boshnin.nnd wife line left this placo and gone to send Hho i winter ' ' ' 1 SAM'L HAY. I I i H0BERT P. 1IAHE. O- - IB. "sTXailBIEinLilBie, WITH -:- Crescent - Tobacco T -:- - Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. Eighth and Main Streets. from 803 to 811- - nTTIOWIT LUUloYlLLh, 1Y. With Auction nnd Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. Printing Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Checks; Letter Heads With tho bearing varieties that nroBal nblo in tlio market, on low tonned trees, after being well established tlife lQ8Cole'tUtoiJ:nihsiihdVnaslut-o(liw4lS. Note Heads, Statements.' 1 Finished at this office in the latset st 7le. - W ' lifo. i I QUiite" H?ilA4t5BrrliJ,fti,Bclif rs VCV fk. IUS' .JfSUl'Rl i.lnr-- i- DiAG?nor eton an BCLCRO JACMTi - i I I 11WI.....U or Una JClMMlMtr ci ) & V i 7T DOlfRO l S "n V.IATK i: Pa 4, I "n!i0 iNinlv I I 1 'TOfTJ. i V 2 .If ' . X f John I' " ' '! Fki.a.M), IH Positive and Negative. The Itace Question is Unsettled. But loads it is settled that Hood's Sarsaparilla SnowiNC liAmuo to MOW TSIMMING- - coRiAc-- e mmy ... 1 r j; ! W. II. Anderson, plaintiff, ngainst the Louisville and Nashville JtallrcJ Co., defendant Petition. Tho plaintiff, V. II. Anderson, states and that ho is a respectable, law abiding citizen and resident of hull, ana, domiciled in the city of Kansville, in said 'state, and has been for several d i ii v v 11 ii j- ki;"V r t k i 1 I years last past, and that tho defendant, L. and N. It. It. Co., is a corporation, created by, aud existing Under, tho laws of tho state of Kentucky, of which stato it is a citizen and resident, and lias been for a number of years. Ho further states that tho defendant owns and leases, controls and operates a number oflinca of railroad running in and through tho stato of Kentucky, and thenco into and through sovor.il other states of tho United States, and among others it so owns, operates and controls a Hue of railroad running from said city of Evansville, in Indiana, through thp btato of Kontucky to tho city of Nashville, in tho stato of Tennessee; and in passing through tho Btato of Kentucky, said railroad passes through tho cities of Henderson and Madisonville, and has stations at each of said places, and in operating said railroad on said lines, said company is engaged, nnd 'has been for several years, in tho businpsa oln common carrier of pasaongers and freight, and holds itself out to tho public as such, i Ho further states that.on or about tho 30th of day of October, 803, iho plalntifTand his wife, belng.tliotf in tho tity'of EvansVUl', aforesaid, "and desiring to go to Madisonville, in tjm stato of Kontucky, ho yont witli hpr to tho depot or station o( the defendant n Evansville and purchased from the agent of tho dofondant in charge of the ticket a at said dopot tw full to, Madisonville, and paid him in ticket cash therefor the usual fare, viz: tho ' for each 6f said ticket, sum of $ which tickets entitled him and his said - first-clalessen-gerwife to he carried in a coach or car provided aud furnished for passengers holding such tick- - all remedies. Disease marches through all lands. But good health blesses nil who tako Hood's Sarsaparilla. Dyspepsia is a great foe of the human race But flood's Sarsaparilla put it to flight. Scrofula is ono of tho most terrible of diseases. But Hood's Sarsaparilla expels it from the system. Tho peoplo of this day, like Job, suffer from boils. But Hood's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign remedy forthoni. Catarrh is ono of the most disagreeahlo disorders. But Hood's Sarsaparilja is sure to relieve and euro it. Rheumatism racks tho system like a thumb-scrow- . But it retreats before tho power of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Loss of appctito leads to molancholln. But Hood's Sarsaparilla makes tho plainest repast tickle tho palate. Life is short and time is fleeting, but Hood's Sarsaparilla will bless humanity as tho ages roll on. DUQItAMS FOIl JACKETS AND THIMMIKOS. J of-fi- Irst-clas- ss e, Mr. Sam Honninuer went to McDaniols Sunday. Mr Horace Hunter nnd wifo aro visiting at tliis placo. Mastor Clmrlio Mattingly is vory ill with pneumonia fever. Quito n number of persons took dinnor nt Mr. Goodmnn's Sunday. Uro F. R. Kohcrts moved to his now PISGAH. homo in this placo Tuesday. Mr. Wm. Brickey is quite sick. School is progresing nicoly atfliis place Mias Flora Ityan is visiting relatives at under tho instruction of Miss Cora Cave Spring. Matthews. Born, to tho wife of W. I. Taul, n flno Uov. C. Boynlty is expected to preach boy. at tho M. 13. church tlio first Sunday in Mrs. Susan Bates, of Tar Fork, has had November. a stroko of paralysis. Itomember regular class meeting day Mr. Forrest Tate and family havq W"tf jjzJl&L's .its. tho first Sunday in each month at tho Cloverport.; moved to . .SlsW-1 " Al. iltMh. (I M. 1". church. ffN( V) Itov. Truman, of Fordsville, who bos Hfi "i.f (?yZ-JLi- kJ been assisting Itov, It. T. Bruncr, in tlju Mr. Sidnoy Hall, Miss lsn Matthows .. &&-'- "rJAUi protracted meeting at this place has reThe tttmer and more molting and Miss Ada Goodman were tho guests turned homo, Bro, Truman will ever phases of 1 If o nro subdued nnd tho higher of iliss Hcna Kohcrta Sunday afternoon, find a warm place within our hearts: qualities of friendship and lovo obtain wo learn that there Now, Miss Tho protracted meeting conducted by on tho yielding of human suffering and is some attraction at this placo for wnno Row It. T. Brunor at this place, closed and ono, so wo expect to seo them up hero lastThurday with seven additions to tho. tho restoration of health, strength, contep&nout Tlio following Is calcu- often. Tho candidates for baptism church. lated to nssuago human passion and bewerO Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mason. Regular preaching nt tlio O. P, church a beautiful, picturo and Impressive get elovatcd thoughts nnd actions: II. Saturday night before tho fourth SunWhat sceno as tho young wifo and husband 8. Cato, merchant, North Oakland, Ta., day in each month by Rov. Noah Bas-haobeying tho commands of tho Saviour writes: " l'loaso send six bottles of Dr. Jr. Tenner's Kidney and Uackaohe Curo to went down into tho stream and wero bapRov. W. 11. Snead filled his regular apAmcsburg, Mass. It is tised honce forth to walk in notvness of Samuel Cato, for my mother, who would be glad to pointment nt tlio M. K. church Sunday ' 1l(o. giro you a strong recommendation of afternoon and delivered an oxcollont If yon can afford to bo annoyed by this medicine, aa she thinks it has pro- sermon. sick headache and constipation, don't longed her llf o. " It Unequally good in iior soty Mrs. Emily uo DoWitt's Little Early Risers for all kidnay diseases, feinala eomplalnis, Joseph K., loft Malt'iows and Saturday for Louisvlllo A. It. blood and skin diseases, etc. It satisthese little, pills will cure thetn expect to spend a Fisher, Cloverport, and WW & Meador, faction not given money refunded. Take morning, wliero thoy few weeks. Hardinsburg. ' home a bottle . The present mode of trimming waists is so distinctive that It requires a description. It consists principally In soma form of a bertha or bretelles, aud these aro so complex in nppearuuco as to frighten tho novice, yet they are really simple when one understands tho flrht principle, w jich Is this tho half circle All tho berthas and high plaited capes aud llko trimming gain their stylo by tho plaiting of goods that aro cut out in a half circle, so that what is a Btnall plait at tho point becomes a largo and loose one at tho outer edge. Tho diagram shows ono stylo of this trimming both applied and in outline, and with that as a guide every woman can understand tho principle, and tho cleverono will vary it according to the needs of tho cas3. This can bo applied to high or low necks for children and old women. It can be plain, trimmed with lace, frlngo or passementerie, or it can bo lined with contrasting material. Tho cornern may bo cut off, or It may bo vandyked. There is no limit to the variations an intelligent dressmaker may evolve. Made of wide laco over light silk it would gurpish tho plainest frock. Waists aro mude with high collars and with tho neck cut quite low, finished with ruffles. The latter require llttu care, as tho neck hits but to bo piped or bound, but the high 'collar requires special treatment. It mustbo made with a silk lining, n wlgnn or crinoline interlining nnd tho outside. The'linlng and outsldo are basted on together, tho Interlining on the other m4v. Only now, nnd in a roundabout way, via Bonn, has tho toxt of tho speech which Princo Bismarck mndo lit tho of Bonn students becomo known. Tho prince confessed that at tho university ho neglectod study, hut udded: "Tlio only thing that I am sorry for on looking buck to thoso timep is that I could not later on mnko up for what I had neglected then. What ono has learned of docs not i cumin so firmly in one's memory. I do not dissuado you from working, but I nm not horrified if my sons commit studentliko excesses, and abovo nil tilings I believe that tlio student's lifo in corporations has this advantage that it somowhat steels tho character by subjecting each to tho criticism of his comrades. ThiB is n great thing. As long as ono bikings to a cor poration, to tho opinion of which one attaches much importance, ono dot s nut easily go astray Tlw name thnij, i n s an importar i irt Inter on in life. uui is it that th bmkljotioof Oornun of ' ti aw .1 ficials? Th'i univerMt N us. knot." Berlin c i L She Was Too paid Misses Cora and Kma Matthews a visit Monday night, and while all wero engaged in singing nnd playing tlio arrived, nnd thoy did not know it, and when tho song was finished tho low, sweet music of tho violins and guitars wore heard, and nftor a few moments all wero invited in nnd enjoyed the music muchly. Had quite a pleasant time. AH thnt honesty, experience and skill shcop and swine, and tho more chickens in proportion the greater tlio profit, ns the chickens do better for tho shndo and a hundred well fed fowls to tho aero will help nuiko the orchard thrifty. Tho chicken and fruit combination is ono of tho best partnerships, beneficial to each, provided you keep tho chickens from roosting in tho trees. Tlio hog combination lias the ono drawback thnt sometimes tlio hogs get to barking tho trees, while, on tha can do to produce a perftct pill, has been employed in making DoWitt's Little Early lUsers. Tho result is a spepific for sick headache, liilliousncsa and constipaA. U. Fisher, Cloverport, and tion. Witt &. Meador, Hardinsburg. STOCK Low IN other hand, I know no other wny to make good, healthy pork so cheap ns in nn applo or pear orchard of sweot fruit, and tlio orchard in grass, or preferably clover, tho fruit to ripen successively from July to December. No man that lias hogs to cat tho fallen apples can nilord to pick up tlio upplcs for tlio cider mill or still nt 10 cents per bushol. Tho hogs will pay a better prico clear of cspcnsis. Poultry Manure. liko thnt from othor fnrm stock, varies in valuo accordiug to tho kind or amount of food consumed, and especially in tho treatment given to tlio droppings. If lnrgoly mixed with litter, ushos, etc., or is very wot, poultry manure has lost much of its ammonia and is of less valuo than whoro tho accumulation lias been kept dry and mixed with just euough dry soil to act as an absorbent. Qreiner says tlio buyer can afford to pay 20 to 25 cents per hundred pounds for well kept poultry manure. Poultry manure is rich in availablo nitrogen and is usually kept soparato from stablo manuro to apply ns a spccinl fertilizer to such garden crops as onions, celery plants, spinach, otc. Mixed with twico its bulk of dry loam and applied evenly it will do no harm to seeds or plants. Groincr prefers to use it as a top dressing in tho garden, ami this Is a favorite plan with many other gardeners. Underwear AT BABBAGB'S ORCHARDS. Poultry droppings, Ueailid Trees Lr.j To steep up herbs nnd bo alio tru 1 pills and cathartics till sho was sallow and billions ns an opium eater. Tiicn sho took a friend's advico began using Parks' Tea. Now she is fresh and blooming as a daisy." A. It. Fisher, druggist. WfcST VIEW. Ktet - Followipg is a report in brief of a pa-prc-i- d at tlio eighteenth annual session of the Now Jersey Horticultural socioty l.v Mr. Ira J. Blacknoll. Ho said: It may bo thought that ho who will al- w any kind of stock in tlio orchard is not a practical fruitgrower. There nro inoro sides than ono to most questions, and tho problem of growing good fruit at tlio least cost is an interesting subject In this country of high winds and burning sunshine low topped trees nro n necessity, or, mora properly speaking, aro not so cosily blown over by high winds or scalded by the sun, and tho flat headed borer Beldoin works whero tho treo is shaded, very important points in favor of low branched trees. Another very strong argument for low trees is tho better facility of harvesting tho fruit, and as ordinarily grown, especially in unsprayed orchards, thero will bo many windfalls, which can bo marketed for various uscs.whiloiu eultivuted orchards, as tho term is usually applied, tho fruit is unmerchantable for any purpose until washed, which costs about as much as tho fruit will sell for. Perhaps tho strongest argument nguinst tho plow in tho orchard is tho washing of tho lnnd, hut tho plow is llttlo worse than tho cub tivator or harrow. Peaches may bo grown perhaps not cheaper by mulching, but just ns good ns by cultivation, nnd this mulch maybe either weeds, stones or dirt hauled round them. Tho trees will grow just as well, perhaps better. No ono will advocate putting a yonng orchard in grass. Several years of cultivation must intcrveno beforo tho trees got sufficient start to be nblo to tako caro of thomsclvcs so far as cultivation is concerned. My object is to show that low headed trees, with needful iiruning and liberal fertilizing, will grow good fruit, but practically better fruit without tho plow and cultivator than with, and low headed applo and penr trees will bear considerably younger than trees trained high enough to admit of a team passing under the limbs. Tlio best method is to tho pasture Sheep, swino nnd chickens-iorchard after tho trees aro well established. Sheep aro great feeders, and few weeds can grow whero thoy run. Tho oil from tho wool is probably a good remedy for tho applo treo borer. Sheep and hogs will not intorfero with each othor excopt at lambing time. A hog is tho only good plowman for tho orchard that works for nothing. The chicken la an untiring bug 1'astiiring With Shaep, Swine mill Chickens. Can You flake fi a Dress? f. YOU CAN if vou will but read the series of Intensely practical articles we are about to publish. An expert wrote them so they'd be plain to everyYou might as body. well know as much as your dressmaker. It only costs the price of this journal. aOSTIXQllKTITT. liout Crops. It has been decided nt tho Ontario agricultural collego experiment station that wliito flesliod turnips givo bettor yields than tho yellow flesliod varieties; tho long shaped mangels better than the f f , globo varieties; the wliito carrots better than tho yellow variotiea, Of tlio roots grown on tho station plots for two yenrs tho whlto Swedo turnip, tlio Jersoy fall turnip, tlio Carter's champion and yellow intermediato mangel givo tho highest Of Yields in their respective clashes. thoso grown for ono year only tho imperial short wliito carrot and tlio white Sileslan sugar beet givo tlio highest yield in tlieir respective classes. On tho Country Itnatl. To dovelop plant food by thorough tillago is ofton cheaper and better than to buy it. Every tlmo tho soil is stirred fresh elemcuts of fertility nro brought forth and mndo availablo. At tho Iowa station tho results of growing and feeding rnpo wero very satisfactory, and wero it not for tho insect enemies tliero is no doubt but that the crop would soon tako an important placo in farm management for soiling and Into fall feeding. Tlio Fanu Journal suys: Probably the Plymouth Rocks aro tho best all tho year round fowl, ulthough brooders of light Urahinns claim great merit for tlieir favorites. Thoy nro both good, but nil things considqred probably tlio Rocks aro the better for a beginner. At tho Verment cxpcriinont'Btatlon all Butrur thermometers scut it, express or mail prepaid, will be tested free of ' ' charge. , , "( . oust m qriiur. WORMS , WHITE'S CREAM VERMIEME Has lod all Worm Romodlos. rrpn4 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. BOL.D EVEItYWIIKK S. B1CIUUDSQ1 FOR 20 YEARS BtUICHK CO., r. UC18. SULZER'S. your'inUMW will he sul'iimlcd. If linvo Is Hot tlio host remedy over, mod ifor Chill Rd Fovur "d O. O. CorlalH Chill Curo" yu to-da- 'HI II ) Vys THE 1803. and Proptlet'ri 3BHROKRNPLIPOE1 MEWS, OLxOYRHPORT, KY, Breckenridoe News. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8, Jno, B. & V. 0. B.Mg, Editors tlll I... Nt. Ij. & And titroi uooa. Kiprsti going Hut ' West Esit T. Iiocal T I mo f.'nrd. 9 .42 freight " ' West Rait Watt a.m. .in. fl.Oil p.m. 9. IS p.m. 11.3 a.m. - 9.20 a.m. 10.33 SIX PAGES. Tiir totnl admissions to the World's Paid admisFair foot up 27,538,5-21- . sions 21,310,013, free 0,228,838. Tun last ounco of silver purchased under tho Sherman net brought OS cents. Purchases closed November 1. Ik wo don't mention it, our correspondent do. So if its new and true you will And it in the Biikckknriikjb News. from homo do not fill tle place of tho News" writes a good woman who is away on a visit and wants the The recent elections In Connecticut clearjy demonstrate tho fact that women do not taro lo exercise tho right of suffrage when they have it. They had a chance to vote in the school elections Brockonridgo County Goos Repubheld there recently and very few of them lican By Majorities All The went to the polls, notwithstanding they Way From 40 to 160. were urged to do so. Tho same thing would happen here in Kentucky were they given tho right of suffrage. .The fact is women do not care anything THE ENTIRE TICKET ELECTED. nbout voting. Blanford Carries The County by 160 How's This t to 175. Wilson by 60 and Dris- We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Howard kell by 100 to 160. for any caso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh cure. V. J. CH ENEY & CO., Props. Gross Has a Show For The Toledo, O. District. Wo tho undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe him perfectly hononiblo in all busiWHERE AXE WE AT. ness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their The Citizen's Municipal Ticket Goes GONE. BRANDENBURG. Mr. Piggott, Bowlcyille, was hero Saturday. Mrs. lilclnml Hcrmlon and foii Jiw, Webster, were in town Sntuiday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ditto have had n very sick babe. It' is now belter. Willie Harrington is convalescing from typhoid fever and will be ready for music.,. To many sad 'No'Hullow een parties hearts in our midst to think of gaiety or amusement, Watlicn came up from Hon. Chap Owensboro to spend the Sabbath with wife and baby. Dr. Hardin and wife visited Mrs. John Bad ley, Mrs. Hardin's sisUr, at last week. Mrs. J. M. Phillips and little daughter, spent last Satunlay and Sunday with Airs. Ella Ditto, Ixuig Branch. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fulrl igh. of Louisville, are happy in the possession of another winsome wee daughter. Bessie Lewis and Lula Wool folk are a little sick. Both Misses aro ambitious and regret the absence from school. Although the night was nut very favorable a good crowd met at the residence of Mrs. G. L. Nenfus to enjoy an "Aid Social." A good ortist on Main street is doing a land oflice business, especially on Sunday, when people have leisure to Indulge in looking to sit lor photos. Bio. Cherry nnd family aro comfortable installed at the parsonage. He preached last Sunday. The church feels that ho is just tho minister needed. Mits Mamie Moorman, Constantino, was hero Friday and Saturday to be examined. Miss Minnie has been a successful, popular tencher fur several yeais. Mitu Susie Richardson is back froin Chicago and from whom I had a pleasant call last Friday. She came to tell me of Her my boy and of her pleasant trip. health Is much improved. Mrs. Guartnoy and child visited Mrs. ' James Bland last week. Mrs. Guartney was onco a resident of this place. Shu has lived in Corydan, Ind., since, but I think Is now residing elsewhere. The old Liberty Bell hft tho Pennsylvania building last week and is now sufo in Philadelphia. The now silent of freedom will never leave the Quaker city again, so it has been decreed. Dick Ditto is up. Mrs. John Howard Is still right sick. Mrs. Xeul Neafuc, living a few miles out on tho Hanllnsburg road died last Friday, leaving flvo little children, the oldest only ten years old. Tho candidates for State Senate, Rep. rescntativo and School Superintendent held forth (don't put a u in it) last Saturday. I heard all tho speeches complimented and there, was an unusually large crowd out. Master Henry Moremen had a few of his little friends to birthday dinner last His mother had expected to Sunday. givo a general entertainment, but ns she was not entirely well she only entertained a small number. A good dinner nnd a merry day nro reported. On next Wednesday, tho Rev. Hiram Willett will lead to tho hymeneal altar, Miss Com Ashcraft, ono of Meade's brightest, most attractive young ladies, liro. Hiram has charge of a Baptist church at P , Va , and is a promising Friends galore extend young divine. congratulations. Our school on West Hill, under the supervision of.Mrs. B. F. Willett, is doing the patrons, all think, most excellent work. Mrs. Willett is not only a professional teacher, but a sympathizing friend and admin r to the children, enters Into their joys nnd sorrows, overlooks and cares for them as well as instructing them. Harry Bell has at lost concluded that the ll'o of a celibate is at best a lonely one nnd has become, a married man. His bride, Miss Fnnnio Childs, has the reputation of being a sweet, amiable person and ono in every way calculated to g render a man's life happy. Thtir friends extend kind wishes for sunshine, flowers and all sorts of nice things scattered along life's pathway. Potter Palmer, all honor to his name, says the great work that women havo done for tho Fnir should be recognized and placed on a permanent basis. Henco ho pioposes to erect a Womnn's Building at a cost of $200,000. This Mrs. Palmer announced nt tho unveiling of her How my heart goes out in adpicture. miration to a noble man who shows appreciation of the female sex. How often when in the Zenith of glory or in tho midst of some grand achievement, "tho cup ia duelled with bitterness Chicairo was certainly from our lips " the centre of attraction from all over tle world. Applauso she has justly won, for tho Fair has been of Incomputablo value to art, science and industrial develop-mcut.i- u America. No one realized this more than the dear deud Mayor, and yet a miserable, blood thirsty fellow, with a kink 'in his brnln, took him from n useful life and from a people who loved nnd honored him. 8 o'clock November 2nd, At half-pos- t Mrs. Prico passed calmly and quietly to the spirit land. Mrs. Prico was Miss Laura Boling, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wm. Doling and the wife of Mr. Wood Price, by whom sho hnd threo children: Fannie and Bud grown and little Dink. Mrs. Price died of typhoid pneumonia and was sick twenty-tw- o days. Tho deceased was born nnd reared in this place, nnd her record as neighbor and fiiend was ono of uprightness, candor and integrity. A loving gontlo mother, nflV ctionnto wife and kind siBter. Her devotion to hi r mother was the loveliest attribute of her charactt r. 'Mammlo" was never forgotten and nothing but sickuesa over kept her from seeing that idolized parent dally. The light, tho sunshino has gono from two r.- Kliza-bcthtoer Bran-deubut- bonus. Sho joined tho Methodist church in early girlhood and has over esnoused her Master's cause and been n faithful worker In Ills vinoyarJ. The gentle dropping ol (II vino grace knocks nt the door of each heart nnd whispers, "Tho souls of our loved ones nro hut sunbeams lifted higher." Mother, husband, brothers, children, think of Laura as your sunbeam In Paradise, beaming with waiting fur you. Sho express) d a perfect willingness to die nnd bo a rest. My dear friends, there Is only Ono to whom vou can go for comfort. Near the shadow of tho cross, there is rest, peace and solace for tho stricken hearts. Bro. Cherry preached her funeral at tho Baptist chinch which was crowded with friends and relatives, who followed tho Tho family remains to tho cemetery. requested mo to thank their good friends and dear Dr. Pusey for kindness and attention. Beautiful llor.d designs wero presented by friends. Progress In Your Interest A LARGER V hap-pines- s, STOCK V A Better Assortment. Arm. West & Truax, Whohsale Druggist, Toledo, 0. Walding, Kinnah cfc Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internalpaper sent to her. ly, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Price, KREr up your advertising. Don't let 75c. per bottlo. Sold by all Druggists. it lag. It is the life of your business. Testimonials free. Without advertising you stand a very HARDINSBURG. poor show for trade, In By Big Majorities. Thcro seen s to bo liltlo doubt from tho returns reciivid up to the hour of going to prts that the Republicans have elected their ticket in this county by majorities ranging from 10 to 1G0. Blanford has the county by 150 to 175, Wilson nny.where from 40 to 100 and Dris-ke- ll 100 to 150. It was impossible to get full returns from tho senatorial race, but tho indications are that Uross will get in by n small;inajority. t Meade from the best infprmatlon we could get will givo him 200 or 250. Hancock 150 to 200, so wo havo a little to play on, nnd tho chances nro sliirhtly in his favor. Capt. Gross says he will win and wo think so too, but we must confess they ore pretty slim. How it all happened or came about wo are not prepared to say. They have us and that is enough. The following is tho vote of all the precincts in this county with the exception of Mooteyvillo and Hudsouville which will probably bo a stand off. "Letters Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets are not They havo been on tho experimental. market fcr years and are guaranteed to cure tho Tobacco, Morphine or Drink Habit. Your druggists sells them. AUTUMN HANGS The Lucky Horse Shoe rl TOBINSPORT. Jns. England went to Louisville Sunday with n drove of hogs. Our school is progressing nicely with' Mrs. Royal as principal, und Mr. II. M. Lamb to seo after tho little "toto." Quite" a number went from here to Cannelton last Saturday to pay their last respects (of tho season) to Mr. Ebcrhart, our treasurer. The binl law is put hero the 10th. Don't bother us with your "pointers" and "setters" after that date. Mr. Thos. Taylor, of Eureka, and Mr. Bayard Taylor, of Ind., wero here last week to attend tho funeral of little Ethel Polk their neicc. Tho bulk of tho potatoes here havo been sold nt 00c per bushel, yet quite a number of the farmers have stored their crops for higher prices. i Gardner Agnew is tho happiest man in the bottom, it is a girl. You can hear him for miles around on a still calm morning calling Ids hogs and singing (?) by o' baby. C. P. Polk after returning from prayer meeting Sunday night with his wife was thrown from his cart by getting his foot tangled in some of tho gearing nnd considerably bruistd up, though we hope not seriously huit. Died, little Ethel, daughter of Alford and Emma Polk died after a short and painful Illness. We extend to them our doepest sympathies. 'Twos God's will to call her to the spirit land. Wo have passed through the same flry trial. A Jamkh E. Stonej themurderer of tho Wratten family was tried at Washington Ind , lost Saturday and convicted of mur- L. H. & W. TIME TABLE. (10150 WKRT. OVER OUR DOOR ' Pauenger Pauenger Dally arr. Ilarillnibarg..l2:42 OOIXO p.m. (ART. der in the first degree. Mit. Montgomery vaa at his place in the House and voted for the Senate Not a singlo vote from amendment. Kentucky was cast agnlust the Ufpeal Dally arr. llardlniburg.. 7:50 a.m It means bill. Fietv thousand persons followed the remains of Mayor Harrison to Its lust resting place. It Is said to bo ono of the largest funerals ever held in the United States. million two hundred thousand dollars will be paid to pensioners this month. One million one hundred thousand of the amount comcH to Louisville and Kentucky. Twki.vk Tim purchase of silver bullion by the Government at Washington by the car load almost, is a thing of the post. Since the repeal of the Sherman law that thing has been stopped, and it is believed the country will move forward easier, and confidence in financial matters will soon be fully restored. The Health Commissioners of Minnesota have prohibited the exchange of lead pencils among the school children. They say that diptherin and other diseases are often transmitted by putting the pencil in the mouth, which is a very common habit, not only with children, but adults as well. It would bo well for our school teachers to bear this fact in mind and make the same rule in their schools. The News owes much to its corps of faithful correspondents. They are the life of tho paper. They speak from the valleys, the hill tops and keep us posted on tho movements of our friends, our neighbors, our kinsmen. They are as a mirror, reflecting the little things, the mishaps, tho deaths, tho births, the marriages all of which wo nro all more or less interested in. All honor to them and their noble work. "cranks" aru The numerous bobbing up too freely all over the country, and getting quite too numerous for the good of civilization. Tho truth is such fellows should have it in the neck, and if tho judiciary is a little too slow, they ought to havo it any how. Wo are not in favor of mob law, butthe "cranks" or dead leats, or who ever they may be Bhould be suppressed, and suppressed swiftly. The applicants for store-keepand gangers places in this county begin to feel a little eusier. week the appointment of Mr. J. B. Buzby and James T. Uobards was made, and those who haven't yet received any "pie" are still hopeful that the work of additional appointments may go steadily on. Times are a little dull, and if some dozen of tho bovH can get a living out of Uncle Saui this winter they'll be happy over it you bet. The Mayor and city counclltnou just elected qualify next January. The Police Judge does not enter upon tho duties of his otllco until Sept. 1st next. Tho Mayor and Police Judge are elected for four years, the councilmen for two years. The Mayor receives a salary of $75 a year, the councilmen may receive for their services not exceeding $2 each, a meeting. The council appoints n clerk, treasurer, marshal, and assessor. All tho ordinances now in force and not inconstant with the special provisions of the new charter remain in force 'till repealed by the now council. The Hartford Herald is making a strong plea .for better roads in Ohio, county, TVs are glad to see this, nnjj (lf tho several county papers in this part of our utato would push this matter and force the question, to an issue wo might get some action. Tiio road question un- . dor tho new law seems to rest with tho members of the Court of Claims and there is certainly not a member of that court any where in this section, but who must sco tho necessitpof at onco doing something to better tho condition of tho o public roads. Oldo county and are somo what on u par on this public road business if we mistake not, both suffering for want of better ones. For years wo have in a feeble way tried to impress upon thoso in authority hero the great need of better roads, but thoy have done nothing. Until somo decis-siv- e I.AD1KH stops are taken in this particular, Heeding f tonic, or children that want building up, (Mould tako nitOWN'tt I HON HITTERS. bur counties will be slow to improve It li uleauiit to take, rural Malaria. Invitees- rntich. tlou.and ItlllQutuou. Brock-enridgAlldes-'erikeep- J. B. Buzby goes to Owensboro this week. Mrs. Down was viiting friends hero last Sunday. Will Hook has gone to Missouri on n week's hunt. Buy your bacon, lard and Hour from W. B. Hardin. Miss Kate Board, Garfield, was visiting here lost Sunday. Hook and Hcston have put their new-samill out at Goodman's. Mr. T. C. Lewis is giving his brick stoic house a coat of paint. Parties indebted to us please come and settle. Witt & Meador. My pric s are surprising everybody. Come in and seo me W. B. Hardin. Mr. Attius McCreary arrived hero Monday und is visiting Mrs. V. Daniel. The Board of Directors of tho new college met last week and received tho building. That's a novel clock they have nt Kaye, Mattingly A Hoben's. Drop in and see H. Mr. Tom Gregory's little son, Roland, died last Saturday night at Garfield witli typhoid fever. As we arc closing out our business, all parties indebted to us must come in and settle and save cost. Witt & Meador. Everett Jolly and Johnnie Lyman had a little knock down on the street lust Saturday night. Both were drinking. Mr. John Slaton tendered his resignation as jailer of the county last Monday. Judge Thomas Adkisson appointed Stuart DeJernetto. Licensed to marry : Wm. II. Board to Miss Ada Bennett, Allen P. Miller to Miss Ollie L. ltobards, James II. Carman to Miss Dillie Elliott, Nnthaniel Anns to Miss Annie M. Dowell. Tho officers about tho court house pronounce tho poll books recently gotton up by tho Nfwh, ns tho neatest and best job in that line that has ever been received here. Mr. James P. ltobards has received his appointment us storekeeper. He goes to Owensboro this week. During his absence his family will board in this place at Mr. Burrel Beard's Sulzor's advertising agent, Ed Gregory, pats"d through here the other day with his one horse rig and a hand organ, attracting the attention of everybody. Ed is a huttler in tho advertising line. Dr. A. M. Kinchele and Dr Milton Board purchased tho interest of Mr. J. A. Witt in the drug business Monday. Mr. Jolly Meador retains his interest in the business, and tho style of the new firm will be Meador. Kincheloe & Board. Mr. Kreemer, the young baker, who came to this town last summer has been down nearly the entire time with typhoid fever. Ho took sick in about ten days after ho came hero, and his bakery and family grocery has been closed up most of tho timo since. His condition is yet quito critical. .list Saturday was a .dull day in this town, with the exception of tho fruit tree vendors, who wero here and carried ofT a good many dollars. They wcro making a delivery from a nursery in Tennessee, and teemed to be kept pntty busy tho entire day. How is it that fruit trees from abroad, if it bo true, are any belter than those raised in nurseries nearer home. Judge Mercer went to Louisville last Saturday. Tho railroad tax suit comes up there this week. There are different opinions as to what tho result will be. If it goes againbt the district it will coibe in a hard timo for tho people to pay the' jtaxes. There are about four years tuxes, duo and it will come nil in u luinpJ Proctor Knott has prepared anablebriel in the case and he is still of tho opinion' ' l that the district will win. The citizens of this town will raise a clamor before many weeks. The assessor for the town was around a few days ago taking a list of everything taxable, that something may bo raised for tho town treasury in tho near future. And by tho way, this fund has heretofore co mo from tho saloon license, but as local option was voted last summer tho town goes "dry" soon and nothing more will como from that source. Henco It mtiBt como off the taxpayers, as tho town "dads" can't run tho official machinery without funds. But you are going to hear a kick about it for-wu- rd Good Luck to every buyer who gets inside of our store this season. AN ENTIRE NEW Line of Seasonable Dress Goods, the latest patterns and weaves-at prices that will soon dump them off our , citv i:iii:o'rioN. Pre- To- 1 DEMf'CnATK' TICKKT fillet 2. SHI .1 09-1- 45 78-1- 25 70-1- 17 70-11-11 09-1- 07 84-1- 20 till. HayniB Llghtfoot Henry .Solbrig A. A. LuIIelst T. F. Sawyer II. V. Duncan F.N. D'Huy Dud Hambleton K. T. O. K. CITIZEN'S TiCKtT. 17 18 17 II) 14 14 19 17 27 24 24 24 22 25 27 counters. 38 85-1- 29 J.A.Barry L. G. Gregory It. B. Pierce Ch'as. B. Skillman S. P. Conrad Alfred Oelze F. P. Payne Silas Lilian! DKMOCItATIC ..41 42 !2 75-1- 78 03 111 1)3-1- 98 77-190-1- ...... '. 41 41. 79 04 83 113 112 (11 . . . 38 38 38 40 83-1- 80-1- 85 87-1- 03 67 2 88 vest Of all tho attractions -- r 80-1- 77 BEWLEYVILLE. Mies Blanche Jolly is visiting in Louis- ticket. Pre- - To- 1 J. Gros Michael Miller James V. A iller A. finct 3 tal. 148-2- 92 ville. Miss Leah Payne is quite ill of typhoid Sulzer's Free Show. that has ever 01 83 ....... 63 55 75 1113-2- 01 72 140J207 158-3- 78 105-3- 87 141-3- 57 fever. Mr. Heron, ot Victoria, spoilt Sunday nt Mt. Pisi'ah. Mr. Roy Cain is at home from tho Bryant & Stratum business college. Rev. Cundiff failed to fill his appointment at the Methodist church Sunday. Mrs. Rachel McQuown, of Hillsboro, III., is visiting her slather, Mrs. F. P. Hnrdaway. Mr. Hardin Wilson has bought tho II. C Bushain property hero and will soon move to town. Mrs. Griffin Dowel nnd daughter, Mrs. Hcttie McCaus aro visiting Rev. Shelly and wife nt Clovcrport. n The Holiness Association of the district convenes hero at 10 o'clock this morning. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chos. Hurdaway and family havo returned from a visit to relatives at Glendeane and Falls of Rough. Mrs. D. S. Campbell and eons, Kee nnd William, of Russelville, are visiting Mrs. Campbell's father, Mr. W. II. Cain. W. N. Drury, last week, sold tho cash Btoro to his sons, Geo. and S. P. and Mr. Alonzo Bennett. The now firm will bo known ns Drury, Bennett & Co. World's Fnir visitors .'from this place were Hunter Hnrdaway, Fletcher Blanford, Hiram nnd Rico Carlton, Mrs. K. L.Bennett und daughter, Miss Beulnh, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Piggott, Miss Lulu Lewisnnd tho Misses Drury. Eliza-bcthtowMef-nrs. IIF.rUm.lCAN TICKKT. Charles Blanford J.D.Wilson Andrew Driskel I'KOI'I.k'b TICKKT. 80 140 80 142 70 137 8 0 5 7 J. II. Lenniu John'Slaton 2- - 15 4-- 20 xo. 1. Gross 127, Blanford 91, Lonnin 10, M. Miller 118, Slaton, 17, Wilson 87, J. "W. Miller 120, Dric kell '80. IIAllDINSDimn I'lUCINCT IIAIIDINSIIt'IKI I'llF.CINCT NO 2- Gross 03, Blanfonl 139, Lennin 27, M. ftMllor 52, Wibon 125, Slaton 41, J. W. Miller 52, Driskell 150. llAIIDINSlll'IKl 1'IIKl'IKCT NO. 3 Grow 91, Blanfonl 05, Lennin 24, M. Miller 100, Wilson 51, Slaton 25, J. W. Miller 104, Driskell 69. MCDAKIK1.K. Gross 80, Blanford 28, Lennin 09, M. Miller 80, Slaton 72, Wilson 25, J. W. Miller 92, Driskell 43. WEIlSTEIt Gross 09, Blandford 87, Lennin 47, M. Miller 07, Wilson 87, J W. Miller 1)7, Driskell 92. CU8TEU Gross 113,Blondfonl 88, Lennin 20, M. Miller 100. Wilson 08, Slaton 41, J. W. Miller 103, Driskell 08. ItOCK VAI.K Blandford 43 majority, Wilson jority, Driskell 40 majority. IIKWLKWII.I.K 17 ma- M. Miller 2 majority, Driskell 25 majority,- Blanford 33 majority. HTEl'IIKNSrOIlT been in tins county none will compare with Sulzer's free show which has just made a successful tour of tho county, conducted by clover, mirtliful Ed Gregory. There is hardly a farmer who comes to this city that is not singing tho praise of the wonderful pluck and hustling ability of Mr. Julius C. Xolte, the o business manager of Sulzer's Cloverport store. Tho young nnd tho old, all unite in the praise of this wonderful store, and tho name of iSulzer is as familiar to the school children as the nlplmbet. Their free show, which Mr. Nolte has out on tho road, is an attraction indeed nnd will set such advertisers as St. Jacob's Oil and etc., back a notch as this is an original idea of tho houso and puts ono inoro feather in Mr. Nolte's cap of success. Evory school houso was crowded and thoso that couldn't get in stood on tho outside and clamored for places at tho window to seo the great of, Hancock free show. Tho couuty need not bo surprised if they .wake up and seo printed on (he face of tho moon, "IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT OUR MAMMOTH CLOTHING HOUSES FOB GREAT BARGAINS. SULZER'S, CLOVERPORT AND CANNELTON." Mr. Nolto has tho courago to attempt it if it Bhould become necessary, and their advertising man will go if they would furnish him witli a flying machine. Hero's lack to this great free show. Mny their hand organ continue to put forth flowing streams of merry making music and tjieir counters echo with bargains for the readers of tho Clarion Hawesville Clarion. wide-nwnk- The Foot Ball bftl Season is now in all it's clorv in various parts of the country. To you nnd to us it lately means tltat this- is the season when the weather is cold and biting, yet it is too carlv to believe it is wintcr4 It's the season, then when you're likely thinking of making your purchases of - CLOAKS, OVERCOATS, and all kinds of WINTER WRAPS. are not pcrjsh-ab- le goods, but they will be as fresh and warm as if bought on Christmas Eve. Then besides you get the benefit of the warmth. Don't delay, therefore come now. Get ready for cold cold weather, to-da- y BLANKETS to-d- uo. SULZER'S A Valuable Farm " for Sale, ROCK LICK, K. Blanford 04 majority, Wilson 35 majority, Driskell 61 majority. UNION STAH Gross 23 majority, M. Miller 27 major-- ity, J. W.Miller IIAWRSVIM.E 27 mojorlty. (III0S8 75 MAJOIIITV. CI1VKS Hawesville, Nov. 7. Capt. A. J. Gross Your majority in these twoprecincta 75. Hawes 87. W. W. Tubor. NOTES. It's. an off year. . Tho Uopublicans are all happy. Npe carries Owensboro by 750. W.utakeour medicine like little men. Illanfurd's majerity in the county foots up 182. Brandenburg gave Blanford 52 majority. Guston 3. Hanllnsburg elected a board of Democratic trustees. "Little" Bobsays he got in his work In the city election. Tho now board of city councilmen aru for high license The greatest surprlsu of all is the defeat of Haynis for Mayor. Dr. James, Republican, elected in Muhlonburg ouuty. Our roosters aro all sick and not ablo writing. to ciow at the prcr-cu- t How it all happened no ono is just now ablo to say. Tho "I told you so's'' will piobable give us somo light on tho subject later on. In this city J. A. Barry was elected Major, L G.Gregory Polico Judge, R. B. Pierce, Chas. B. Sklllman, S. P. Conrad, Alfred Oelze, F. ! Payno and Silas Lilian!, Councilmen. Fanners are done Bowing wheat. Crops aro generally good. ""' Mr. Clark Owen has returned from tho World's Fair. Mr. James Wheatloy went to Glendeane Friday. Mr. Wathen Crows, of McQuady, was tho guett of Mr. Ivn Whcntly Sunday. Miss Annie Wheatloy lias been quito sick for sometime Mr. Wm. L. Wheatloy and family visited relatives near Hardlnsbnrg Saturday particular address J- - N. MKItCKIl, Aire. Mary a. Uadley McDanlels, Ky. and Sunday. L C. H AMSKV Leltchfield. Ky., or Otter Creek, Me. K. DOW MKItdKIt, DulT.Ky. Miss Bettio and Maud Day wore tho guests of Annio nnd Nellio Wheatloy Sunday. L. Expected to Die But Hood's Cava , Miss Lizzlu Beavln has returned homo, Good Health. Mrs. Susan Beavln and Mrs Kate "It you will tako timo a read tlili letter, Askins were the guests of Mrs. Alice would like to tell you what Hood's Barsaparllla has tlono (or mo. Thrco years ago I was taken Beavin Sunday week, wlt'i chills anil lever, ami although I slept In a Willie nnrl Johnnio Ntwby Messrs. cold room, even lu winter, I would Unci the light- and Tom Riley were tho guests of Miss Clarh CrewB Wednesday. Mrs. Sue Moorman nnd Mips Bcftle, est bed clothing t6o Warm and persplro Day w nt to Glendeane Saturday. OLOVERPORT, KY. till I could pot speak, then I would hare chills Mr. Ben Pato, whojias bjien in Knnsas orilco iv. Hi Ur. J. Owen, I.Hht and would shake so It would seem as If I tnade liiiil of Isrldirt). forsoim time, has returned homo, tho house tremble. Thrco physicians attended mo ut different times, but did not help me, Bud Mr. Priest Moorman is on tho sick Mirttt kinds of Dental work done and guaranteed. I Thought I Must Die. list. Hut I read so much of what Hood's Barsapa-rlll- a Thrco cheers for tho Biieckk.niiiikik Children like to tako "O. O. O. was doing tor others, I thought I would try Certain Chill Cure," tho iilons-n- nt It, and I believe It lias mtciI mr life. I am News nnd tho Democratic party. on my seventh bottle and am now In khwI nnd' trtinraiitced euro for health. lo not have chills or (ever, und (eel JKevnr. Acrun nnil that I cannot praise Wk would like for our vitrified brick tcr than Quinine. lfnla.ln T.. Prico 50 ets. men to make a deal that would forco FOR SALE. them to run their brick plants all winenough since It has. dono me so much good." ter, Wo don't like this way of taking n Miib. MAnr C. lUtu.Br, Otter Creek, Me. Six No. i Jennies, one Jennv colt and one lack colt colt h Silver Crown Alio several younir Hood's Pills do not purge, pain or grlpo, thing by peace meals. It falls hard on horses. J. O, STKI'IIKNS, Holt, Ky, h o laborer. but acl promptly, easily and clDckutly. 2Gc 'ivsMssH On Saturday, December oth, i&a, the home-stea- d fnnol the late M.J. Mercer, conlnlnlnu. wo acrei. .Ituated In the Korku of ltouBh, In V ltreckenrfiltrernitntv. Kv ...lit u sale on the premise to the lichen bidder, third of the rrlce to be paliTcash In hand, one. and the remainder to be paid In equal Installments, payable n one and two years, the purchaser be' inn required to execute bonds lor said deferred payment, with good and sufficient security ,mereM from date unl" P1' itfd Location of land, said tract ol land Is sltualed on the Lellchfield and Hardlnsburir road, nine mi es norlh of Leitchfielil, anj Is one or the best farms In Ilreckenfidgeregarded as One county. hundred and sixty or seventy acres of the land are cleared and under good lence and in a high state of cultivation. Description two-storA first-clas- s dWelllnc-hous- e, coutaluing eleven rooms, is situated on the land, and a beautiful yard Wth handsome .hade trees. I here Is a never falling well In the yurd or the brst water. Has two good barns and all necessary out houses. An Abundance of stock water nil ever the farm. 1'ersons wanting .a first-clafarm and a beautiful home will do well to be on hand on day of sale. J'or furthei f ..i V i- - Chills and Fever Dr. J. Moorman, V T. Hood's s. Cures wr-il- Resident Dentist t. istli-fsotl- V Hood's Sarsaparilla frnprf ?3f,'$ LW- - , THE BR.B.G:ELStS.lDGR NEWS, OLOVafiPOR, ?.L" nil. J & xw UMHJIUHIM yyijr-- P""imw.i tfjinnjfjK9 1'iunmiL.i a tfijjjijji KY. ' "T'PIHMW 9 I UAifflER IN WRITING. EXIEnTSCAYTHATCLANTINQ3C:;l?T CAUSES DISEASE. A IIOMOHESSJTArciNa. mja.v A ui HOW TQ CUT AND FIT THB WAIST ANQ "GmAIATWANB'OROVS. HOW THE FOOD SUPPLIES OP THE EARTH ARE REGULATED. ARrli'iilluro I Hie llnl of All bnliIM-iire- , hut Vet llin Mint Thickly jttlril Spots Aro Not Itj Any Mentis th Sluut Fertile. Taorrwn Tf TlUJU J J yrsiNQ. o SHORT, GTOUT PERSON THE HARDEST TO FIT. y ' Utiivrinrfit In l'miir f Vertical Scrlpl Iliiolicil I); tliu Illulirit Mrrilcnl Autliur-ItlHioultH nf KxtPiiilvo ISxpcrluivnti Willi Hcliool Clillilrin. o writing lime Ixcn ilcarly sliown and tabllglicd Lolli by uirdlcal Investigation and practical experience, nml , Whereat, Itvlntroduillonoln tales those pcr Vi'nlclouu oslllviia of tho body wliltli entail iIIeuukcs Htul myopia, lUsohcil, That wo rcciimmcnd tlio Introduction of vertical writing In tlio schools of the & Tho method of writing taught in mod ern schools ami practiced by 09 people out of every 100 lias beeu declared dati gcrous and unhcalthful by experts. By tbo timo tho next generation lunturea it will probably havo been wiped out. Tl.t script then will bu vertical instead of Blauting, and writers will sit squaro und upright boforo their wor': instead of and stooped, ns at pretcnt. Tho idea of tliispro8rctivo lefornt originated in Germany mid overspread England while reaching this country. Tho following lesolntiun was adopted not long ngo by tho international congress of school hygicuo in Loudon by a vote of 220 againht 1: Whereas, Tlio liuk'lilerihnnlni:caof crtl-ca- t sidd-way- s The Wnlftt for n Slender Penan lliiw ta Make Different Styles of AValtti Kuttrn-Intr- a Hack and In Front Cutting I'm ISveuIng Onnni. 'ICopjrljht, ISKi, by Amerca'n Pre Asuoofa. tlon.) In drafting ptttcrns tlio beginner will find It rather difficult to draft for person? hose figure nroout of tho usual proiortlons fot InsLincc, one that Is short and stout being the ImrcleU. of all figure to fit. So when the dresamakir hn to miiko a waist foi such it perwon the better way Is to draft n diagram, wltb the bust and waist measure 'its the only guides, nnd then measure the lcncth of tho waist under the arms and draw a lino around tbo waist to the right length and inch over. Then draw another which comes Just to the bend, where waist lluo finishes nnd hip flare begins, oud cut the. Intervening space out, bringing tho bottom up to tho upper line, nnd tho waist will thenbe In proper proportions all over, and no, difficulty will arise that n couple of plus wlljjiiotjructlfy. skirt. Tho Proper Tool nnd the Timte nnd How toTuko tho Measurements, rinctnc the IlUgrnm Correctly Molding It to tho Holly. (Copyright, 1803, by American Press Association. The lady who wishes to becomo a thorough dressmaker must have the proper tools nnd necessaries to licgln with, liesides n large amount of patience nnd taste. The tools needed are hero briefly mentioned: A cutting board or folding, table. A tape measure.. Three pairs of scissors, ono for buttonholes. A pincushion for gouernl uso and oae to fasten to the side. A needlebook. Thread nnd sewing silk ua much as one likes. A press board for ordinary waist and A sleevo board for pressing sleeves. A heavy flat Iron nnd one light one. Jutit's Population. How much room is thcro still on tho which U often raised utid which is answered iu n great many different ways. As nil food is cithor directly or indirectly derived from tho vegetable kingdom, and tho plants need tho light and tho lieut of tho sun, tho qucHtton as to how the light and heat uro distributed is an important ono. If wo nsstime (which is true) thnt only 00 per cent of tho heat of tho sun reaches tho earth, the remainder licing nbsorbed by the atmosphere, then latitudes 20 degreea north and south will receive 03 per cents 40 degrees north nnd south, 03 per cent; CO degrees north nnd south, 40 per cent, nnd tho poles only 17 per cent of tlio heat received at tho cqun-to- r. Thercforo tbo countries which, on account of tlio amount of heat received uro in tho most favorable circumstances to produce it great amount of vcgetablo food lio in tho tropics, provided ,tlie other condition of plant life is found-t- hat is, dampness. j In Earopo jeoplo were particularly impressed with the information communicated by Humboldt, on his return from his American journoy, concerning tho groat amount of food furnished by the banana in tropical countries. It was later proved, howover, that the distinguished naturalist was mistaken, first, in ascribing so high ns tat oof productiveness to tho bunana, and, second, because tho banana is not generally suitable to bo used as tho principal food for man. As tho grains aro cultivated wherever agriculture is advanced, in tho damp parts of south and east Asia wo find rice, ia tho dry parts of India and the greater part of tropical Africa, millet and sago, and iu tropical America, principally corn. Tho banana is even less fitted to furnish tho staplo food than tho potato. As an accessory, howover, like tho potato in tho wealthy countries of Europe and North America, it is very important. As a donse population is only possible whero thcro is n certain amount of cultivation, wo must keep in mind tho oxperionce of many thousand years and accept the grains as tho baso of nourishment. Tho Little Antilles nnd Mnscareno islands nro of intenso fertility and export a great deal of sugar and import not only industrial products, but a good deal of foodstuff. Tho ground, therefore, docs not directly nourish the population. Several parts of India export foodstuffs, and thero is no trustworthy information as to tlio interior commerce in these products. Tonquin bus too lately been annexod to Franco to obtain trustworthy statistics. Java, with Madura, is ulono suited to our statistical necessities. This country is sufficiently largo, it furnishes good statistics of agriculture and commerce, nnd tlio imports and exports are carefully registered. Tho population is about as dense ns iu Belgium and Saxony, but life is supported under vory diffeient circumstances. Saxony and Belgium import foodstuffs und export mineral and manufactured products. Java imports n very small amount of rice and salt fish nnd exports many more agricultural products. It not only supplies its own peoplo with food, but finds it possible to buy mineral and manufactured products. It might bo supposed that this immenso population would bo divided in a certain proportion on the island, and either that its increase would bo small, us in Franco nud Belgium, or elso thcro would be n largo emigration, as from Great Brituin or Germany. Neither caso is truo. Emigration is scarcely known. The population increases nt tho ruto of 1 per cent a your, and its distribution varies so greatly that iu tho eastern poition thoro aro fewer people than in tho swampy province of Minsk, in Russia, and in tho central part thero aro almost twico as many people as iu Belgium and Saxony, and yet 60 per cent of tlio population in this part of tho island live by agriculture Bice is the staple, und tho statistics givo S38 kilograms to each inhabitant. Only about 13 per cent of the surface of tho island is devoted to tho culture of rice. This is still in a very primitive state, but tho government hns taken it up, and tho production will be greatly increased. Java is a mountainous country, but theso mountains aro not high, and the rainfall is great, und rica can be cultivated on 30 per cent of tho surfaco for the first crop and 10 per cent for tho second. We havo therefore a possiblo extension of tho cultivation of rice to 5,200,000 hectares. An averago crop to this amount of acreage would support 9,000,000 peoplo. earth for mankind? This is u, question f gen,to but profoundly fomfortnlilp sun-po- rt that added materially to tbo enloy meiit of tho meal. And it may bo added that more surprises than ono awnit the man who for tho first time, goes about among country hotels. Ho will find hotels whoso landlords pride themselves on their beds nml their table, and with good reason ; lie will find beds nnd rooms Cinnd in nnd .sop us while in town. Will givo you a , that are most trim nnd comfortable and surprise party in a tablo that affords great delight ; simple t perhaps, but abundant and with everything of tho best, skillfully cooked nud nicely served ; a tablo from which ono t rises convinced thnt while life may have higher aims than tho satisfaction of i it In Shoes and Clothing wo will give you a regular picnic. ono's appetite it lias few more gratifying Just received one lot of Shoe." that must go from $1.00 to $1.75, in their accomplishment." New York Sun. genuino Coif, Lace or Congress. '' ,ar:j3::E3 feoBomy ; Dry (lood$ Hou$e BARGAINS to-so- Ono or moro wtru frames for draping sUirfs. Aj tin, body for adjusting waists, trim' mings, etc, on, A bundle" cap wire for collars and stiff bows. Elastic, braid, bindings, whalebones, casings, crinoline, buckram and dress linings such as sllesIa, paper cambric and drilling people. andtnffctas.Mlknndbrllllatitinoornlpaca for'fuclngs. Aside from these there should also be bobbin cord for pipings, and stiff muslin, black nnd white, for collars, etc., pencil nnd book for writlnt down measurements; nlsoiisewltigmachlneaud some stiff J paper to dlngrnm patterns on. Y Tho effect of eo serious un action in n country esteeming proper physical conditions as England esteems them i: readily to bo imagined. The corresponding movement in tn! United States is led by Dr. Durnhain ol Clark university. His investigations have brought tho conviction that tho ordinary position in writing is among the foremost conditions of bcIiooI lifu and methods 'of training which must- - be changed in tho Interest of health. The vertical Fcript, thcrefoie, is strongly recommended. From GO to CO per cent of lateial eurvaturo of tlio opine is found to bo caused in school lire, tlio curvature in n large per cuit of these enscs being toward tho right side, as n result of n defective position in writing, and the eyes ut tho tamo time itro teriouRly in jured by this Blautcd wilting. Tho practical advanco of the newl) approved tymeni in this country n illustrated i:i tuo Wortiatcr nouiial bchoo1 and tho Vtulduguieii's i.cliool at Fifty fourth sheet iu this city, directed by Professor Ai'der. where tlio vutical writing is iibcd in tho lower trades and now canicd on to tho fourth ami fifth grades. Tho observations of foreign physicians showing that tl.u piovalenco of myopia and spinal curvatuio is regulaily increased iu the advanco through the. school giades are fciippltmented iu this country by work on novel lines. Ah energetic conuo followed by Dr. Shaw of tho Universiiy of tho City of New York has given'additional proof that tho cause of the difficulty istoboattiibuted to the desks which aro generally in use, and more especially to tho bad position iu writing, tho opinion being held with unanimity by investigators iu 1''' onut 7 us well as abroad that all lu " positions to bo taken iu the pchool practieo of writing aro improper. One judged to bo correct is tho obliquo central position and tho other the straight central position, between which in reference to linal choice the controversy in Germany is said to bo fiorce. Tho advocates of reform olwrvo that tho child writes vertically when ho first goes to Ecliool, and that tho teacher bus to work for tho slant. The vertical writing and tlie central position ut tho desk aro uliko naturally indicated. At this . stage tho controversy has led to tho conclusion that tlio height of tho desk and that of tho seat must be equally adapted to tho growth of tho pupil. In some of tho progressive schools, ns Felix Adler'a and at South Oraugo, N. J., adjustable seats aro being used. Tho point in Dr. Shaw's recent experiments, made with tho aid of beveral assistants on more than 1,1500 pupils in the and suburban schools, has -- New York ijbecn to seo whether, with tho paper directly in frout of the pupil and with tho eyes closed, thero could bo any tendency toward vertical writing. Tho pupils wore first requested to take tho cubtom-arposition in writing, nnd to writo iu thoordinary manner the sentence, '"John is flying his paper kite." This form of exercise was selected on account of the number of long letters which it contains, and as being ouo albo that is easy for the child to remember. After having thus written tho sentence, tho pupil wus directed to tako tho straight central position, dip his pen iu tho ink und with his eyes closed to writo tho samo again. Tlio closing of the eyes was to elimi-nat- o from tlio child's mind tho consciousness of the slant. The angle of slant in all the long letters in the test papers was carefully measured, tlio angle of sluut in tho usual writing iu each' case being also found witli the samo precision. The measurements and tiie calculations ran up to 11,000 items, and among other issues of tho work was tho invention by n lady of a machine for making tho measurements. New York Press. y METHOD OK DRArTIXO PATTEIIX3. nt "ibrous ortoo narin. without I Jhla way vlryvoften. ,, " Habits arc --. When the dress waist iindor.'Uio dres maker's hands Is to bo cutshortaud round; it bhould lie cut olf at the lower line oil tho diagram and fiuishid under a belt or u itb a smooth edge, as Is preferre 1. If n waist Is to be a gathered French or spencer htyle, the front underarm piece I omitted, nnd the front parts aro cut off at the waist line and extended out under the arm. following the line' marked x, and no darts are cut In the outside, though if de sired the lining can bo fitted with darts and the outside gathered down. For a French waist or blouse only three pieces are required, the two fronts and the back, whiih is all ono and can be cut by laying Lack and side back pieces together and following the lino marked x, whteh gives tho required fullness. If tho dress Is for a blender person, the back part should not bo so wide and can bo cut down the center of the side back to the waist lino and square to center of back. Theie should be no beam In tho center of tho back, which should be cut lcngthwlsoof the cloth. To mnko a surplice waist thegoodA should be gathered onto the Bboulders, as marked with O, and drawu across tho bust to tho left side. If a Ing tho neck V shaped. Thd leftside flnlfijies at the closing line, wltb flat buttons or hooks and eyes. The fastening Is not seen, and the folds on the leftside are arranged In the same way, coming from the shoulders. Tho belt for the part which laps extends over on tho left side about four inches. Tho burpllce waist Is one of the prettiest, particularly for summer gowns nnd slender figures, bu!r it must bo draped either on tho person i on n tin (taurine which has much the same form ius tho person, as the folds must be urrnuged bo that as soon ns tho belt Is fastened they will fall naturally Into place. ThCy cannot be tacked or fastened except at shoulder und waist. Surplice fronts hat e plain gathered backs. The diagram showsthetwo lines between which to cutnnd whatever is cut out should be taken from 'the exact center This diagram make? an allowaucoforshort-cnlnthrco inchesIf one incl(only Is needed, let It be taken from the middle, and the proportions of tho wholo will remain un' changed. When the' waist Is for n very slender person, the center hack should be cut down nearly and etiouuh taken off to bring tho right width, and half an Inch bhould be cut o.7 both shits of both xtdo luck and side front pkciii. The darts should not bo cut in so deep, ami the whale front l.i uurrimcd by tnklng f an luc'iUo n.i much ns is off from necessary on the ft nut and also on t u bides and arm h! .". Inw drafted a well Ono the proportlu.ii, I tlhiKram ItN better to follow It, making a. Ii.it chnuii rro meessary to ndnpt l to illlri'rent'll.ruR'M. The tiniecs oMi uulu! tho Foams and trying on the t mvif and then fitting it by pinItself, ning It l.i ai old in and no matt r how LClentiflo n "system" may lie made to look by means of tin or the waist hiw to bo fitted brn.t just the same. Whin the watst Is made for n cry slen-do- r pertoti, item bo nuulu to tnko n by stitching n piece of ulganor tailor's buckram ucross tho chest part, taking It up in the darts and quilting it onto the linlir.'. This will hold the waist out sufficient!? full to give It a graceful shape g It-t-o one-hal1 iipp-arattiirnice-filifor- Wo mean business, wo are not here to get down nnd wait, for jfomo DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. UoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures burns. ono lo give us great big price.". We aro here and1 wc aro Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo curcssores. ' ,' DeWitt's Witcli Hazel Salve cures ulcers. doing it. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Wo handle the best of goods and defy competition. Though Meador, llardlnsburg. somo of our brother merchants say we don't, and wo don't deny tho fact How to be Happy. that wo handle some Auction goods, and the prices will convince, jjpu' If you would increase your happiness that they aro well bought and worth the monoy. imi and prolong your life, forget your neigh" i Ttinm nn .. .. ..,.,,, - w ww bor's faults. Forget tho slander you v. Tionvv- Hnntnti Ti'lnnnol . Drnwor .10 w'nrlli Pflrt , 1(, .wy ..w.t.. ix Forget tho temptation?. have beard. An extra heavy Drill Drawer at obc. i '.: Forget' the and give thought n Boys' Hut at 15c. Youths' lint at 20c to the cause that provoked it. Forget the peculiarity of your friends, and only ' Men's Caps at 20c. Men's Hats at .'loc. vrwrir jut.. remember the good points that make Men's Overcoats from $2.00 to 815.00. i ,d Tiamn' .1 you fond of them. Forget nil personal r 7oc. to 83.50. ,. it I i id'Boys' Overcoats from histories of quarrels that you have heard ' ,'n )li) j Youth's Overcoats from $3.00 to $0.50. if repeated, by accident, nnd which, i-.itrirwjo v ttiq!U4l. Good Ginghams at Gc. would ,neem n thousand times worso ! In.' I U"Vn In. than they are. Blot out, as far as possiThe best Women's shoo on earth 1.50 call for them. u.ih muiU'C ble, alt tho disagreeables oflifo; they Men's Brotrans from $1.00 to $1.75. "'" s a ' will come, but thoy will grow larger ns tn KHl you remember them, nnd constant from $1.00 to 3.75. Men's Fino shoes ., . . 'tfyJ thought of tho acts of meanness, or, Ladies' Cloaks must go between now and Christmas, in fact everyworso still, malice, will only tend to make you familiar with them. Obliter- thing in tho House if prices are any inducement. ate everything disagrecablo from yesterBring us your produce, butter, eggs, hides, meat, lard,' Sorglnun day; start out with a clean sheot for to-- d ty, and writo upon it, for sweet memory's molasses. Rags and feathers taken at tin highest mirket priced sake, only those things that are lovely ''. BOS' Conic and see us whether you wish to buy or not. lovable. .... " i'-i- fault-findin- - 'ic'l. , TAKING TUB LIXINO MKASUItEMKXT. - ' occupied by tho side pieces should be left plain. In cutting or diagramming for evening gowns the dressmnker must diagram first for n basque, whlih Is tho fundamental principle of all waists, and then cut out the Cluli Hutu In Now York. top ns desired V shaped, round shoulderI was somewhat shocked last week ed, heart shape or square neck first marksitting in tho Knickerbocker club, ing about here It Is to bo cut and allowwhilo whero I was busily engaged in alternate- ing It at least two inches higher than it is ly gazing on those tirctomo wall paper expected to be. Tho neck Bhould never bo s bouquets nui garlands and in keeping cut to finish until tiled on. Drooping or rullles make It appear loner than it up a desultory conversation with tho trimmings of only two men of my acquaintance left really Is. Puffed appear higher. tulle, lace It Pointed iu town, to seo a man whom we all or ribbon make slender, but round ones waists look more know nod to us as ho passed the club are rather prefcrnd just now, window, although accompanied by his To have n waist lace or fasten in the back wife. This in certainly very bad form. the fronts mubt be cut iu lining first and to Bcucd together nnd carefully fitted, after A man should show moro deference his wifo than to any other woman. Of which the outside can bo put on and should sourso he know better than to bow. bo tiled ou attain until not ono wrinkle Ono is bupiosed never to rccogijizo a slirws. The back pieces are cut so as to as outsldo lap woman acquaintance from a club win- - haiotho do. If eyelet under, arethe fronts worked, holes usually dow. Otherwise wo approved of him. there must be n piece which laps under at Vosrue. least two Inches of tho same goods, so that ' ' k i il If the cords stretch no grip Is seen. Hooks New Otllvo Htjiiltc , . fasten the under side, and eyes more Visitor Why do you havo tluit dog oud the lucMg Is more for style. Tho back sitting on your writing desk? must be strongly boned when it closes in Clerk I lmvo mislaid my apongo, so I that way. No stylo ls so pretty for evenam getting him to lick nrjr postugo ing and none more dlfHcult. Olivk II.nrcn. ttamps for mo. Sobrcincsa. bcr-thaof-eg, -- Iu gathering French waists tho gathers should not reach under tho arms, but all that spi.i:e under the arms that would be Tho first thing to lie done in the tanking if n dress is to cut nnd fit the waist. It Is rlhlmplo matter, but requires order enough lo allow the dressmaker to keep track of all )icr belongings. When ready to begin work, let the young dressmaker takenlarRO piece of stiff cartridgo paper and start from tho right straight edge with her measurement. The pel son to be tltted stands with her hands 'on her hips, nnd tho tapcliue is passed around tho body close under the arms mid over the bust nnd brought to the back mid the figures taken. The length of the back is taken, the front from the top of tho shoulder to thcwnlst line and to the throat. Then under tho arms, and finally around tho waist and wherever the tape is outlined ou tho diagram. When themcasurcments are sctdown, the dressmnker takes her pencil und rule and marks tho first lino four inches from the edgo of tho paper nnd brings it down In n f slanting lino to inch of the edge nt the waist lino. She then divides the bust line d in three, giving its length to the s bock nnd to the fiont nnd side front, mnkiug dots whero the measure comes. The front, from throat to waist line, Is then measured and the neck shaped out from the high lino to the low one, which gives It about the right form, which can bo cut out more If needed when tried on. The basque shapo is the foundation of all dressmaking, but as just now tho waists are unusually short it can bo cut off nt the waist lino or a little below It. When tho lady to' bo fitted Is stout, the Hues on the dingrum will show how to odd to tho width without destroying tho symmetry. The darts form n very Important part In tho appearance of gowns, but there Is no set rule that can apply to them. Tho waist is cut in the proportion matked, and if the bust Is slender the darts should not be taken deep. If full or very full, thoy can be madedeeper, according to tho need, and the front may bo slanted,' If so desired, so as to throw added fullness where it Is required. Nor can the Ienuth of tho darts bo decided until tho figure of tho lady Is seen. Some need high seams, some low ones, but the average Is about five inches above the waist line, tapering to n point, and about one iuch cut awa)' In the center. This can only be determined iu trying on. When nil tho pieces belonging toa waist-ei- ght In nil, though they nro cut in pairs which are exactly alike have been outlined with dots according to tho measures, they can be marked out with u pencil and then cut. The lining should bo then laid flat and the cartridge paper diagram laid over it and the pattern marked ou tho lining, which must be cut on tho straight. Cut, allowing one full Inch all around except in frout for the seams. In frout nlloiV two Inches for turning In. Tlio dress material should bo luld flat and cut out exactly the same slzo mi tho lining. Tbo darts should not bo cut out until the lining has beeu tried on, though their positions can be marked. The lining, If not silk, should be cambric or sllcsia, or, for heavy dresses, of drilling. The crosswise thread must bo on an even line wth the waist line. In cutting both lining nnd outside ono should practice placing the diagram so as to cut to the beat advantage, as this Is very important, nnd In cutting thodllTcrcnt parts It Is well to cut them by twos, the cloth being properly folded! so that you may not got two pieces for the eaino side, which often happens with beginners. When tbo waist Is cut out, baste tho lining together, beginning nil seams at the top, and then try It ou, with the seams on the outHide. I'iu the fronts together, leaving tho edges to stand outward and then get the size right around the waist, and litter thut pin the darts and seams to conform absolutely with the figure. Do not try to mold tho figure to tho dress. When sure that the waist Is, so to call It, molded to tho body, press back tho front edges so that the pinholes will strain a little, see that the arm sizes and neck are comfortable and that It does not bind anywhere oc wrinkle, and then slip off the waist and pull the seams a very little, enough to show just where the seams should be, now that the lining is fitted, As soon us this Is done rip apart tlio lining and eut away all superfluous edges, though If the measurements are carefully taken there should bo scarcely niljthlngtocut away Tho lining Is then ready to bo basted to tho material. one-halone-thirtwo-third- Bivor News. The Jsew Orleans line now comprises the John K. Speed, U. 1 Schenck, Now South and State of Missouri. The purchase of the last named by tho Cincinnati nnd New Orleans peoplo a few days ago makes tho line complete. Tho Louisville and Evausvillo mail lino this season will consist of the Steamers E. G. Bagon, City of Owens-bor- o and Tell City. Each ono of the packets has been repainted mil overhauled thoroughly during the low water period. Tho Tell City makes better time than any of tho other boats. Peter Busso, the fisherman is building a now boat. His old one won't go through the winter. The Packet peoplo say this town gives them less business than any town on the river. It used to be ono of their best shipping points before the railroad came. Tho John Howard will pass down tomorrow for New Orleans. Yours Truly, , , KAYB, MATTINGLY & Bab on Religion What's the matter with the worltl at largo? Why does it want to make peo- HOME Muncry. IIARDINSBURG, KY. Tlio Cut Vt'n BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S BARGAIN COLUMN. Underwear at Babbago's. Babb'ago's for underwear. Have you bought your Underwear. ' If not, don't fail to see Babbage's line. Red Ties are tho latest. A good selection can bo found at Babbago's Fine Candies at Babbago's. We will lot you wear our shirts if you will come in early and makp your selections and pay us tho insignificant prices wo ask for theni. Prices won't Btand in tho way il you want one of our Bhirts. Your underwear is entirely too gauzy for theso chilly mornings. Better come in and get something woolly and feel moro comfortable. We'll make tho prices comfortable too. Neckwear .stylish and pretty worth 50 cents at 25 cents. Men's fancy all wool underwear, Somefmo Royal ribbed goods. thing that will keep you warm this winter. Prices on theso goods A young lady bookkeeper employed in nn ofllco nt South Jlnnchcstcr, Conn., has been iu the liabit for somo timo post ple feel disagrecablo ? 1 sometimes wish of giving the ofllco cat a pieco of moat that the preachers would t.ilk against for Its lunch ovrry day. Precaution is Sunlying and bcandalmonging fifty-tw- o taken to lay a piece of paper under tho days iu tho year, and I give you my meat to avoid greasing tho floor. Tho word that I wish thoy would mnko tho other day at lunch hour, when thero was matters perfectly personal and refer by no meat, pussy begged for somo .in her most intelligent fushion, and ut last g name to tho members of the congregato tho dragged forth tion. Religion ought to bo personal j .her regular wastbnsketcloth paj or tublo and laid it me properly for tho when it does not apply to you or meat. Philadelphia directly and distinctly it is doing no Ledgor. good. The faith which generalizes will never sayo many people. I would not give a straw to hear the finest prcachci weekly by l'umplirey A in tlio world talk about the meaning of Corrtctly Comtnltilon Merchants, j6 Second St., Int. nml Market, I.oulivlllc, Ky. verses in tlio Old Testament I want Main thcintotell what lying is, define stealLOUISVILLE. KY.. Nor. 7 1693. ing, make tlio difference between right Shipper (houM mark all packages plainly, e aJdren. and wrong in everyday life as distinct as with iliipper's name and BUTTKH. possible, and teach mo nnd teach you Choice, 1(1 17' our duty to our neighbors. I want n Medium eouulrv 11 . will say that, oven to loe Common preacher who 13 , his salary, ho will not flutter bis congre- Creamer; . 30 (u) gation. 1 do not know exactly whoro KQOS. we will got such a preacher, but I uni Freih hoping for him. IlEANS. , "r co-inI'ro-dunoit-oQe- 17' Notice you first-clas- ! We will for the next thirty daj s sell s 1 75 to 1 fi5 , Michigan, hand picked , 1 60 to IBS ndlaua Navy 1 00 to'l 20 Old or Common nnd colored DIUKD APPLE:! AND PEACHES. ' A ple, choice bright quar ten S to '.'i.' 4 to 4 Apple, average... ,'. ,. , Apple, old ."...'..'. 4 new.., l'eachoi, to 4 ; ,. Peaches, old FEATHHllS. . 33 Prime, white gosne.. Mixed 2i (0 35 . trees for 6c sach. It is just clear a ground. 25c per 100 to be sdded when ,!ree's are shipped. Apple the cash at Trees good. in order to of piece Old No. 1. duck - 18 20 26 ' (a) 5 Oreen, food Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheen iklns Hen per lb Iloo ter per lb HIDES. ' ..... .'.,..' 3 Stf A ' ,,., l'OHLTHY. , ., , ,20 80, "' i....WtJ..V. ' 3 ' Spriog Cblekeoi, per lb. ..ti. ... 7 mng Ducks per lb ..., 7 (jj 8 4 00 foj 4 ft' Qeeae, full featberd , 7 ia S : TurLevi . uccr u uniTj , "u (llnieng, Ky. and InJlana....,,....'..2'15,2 30 ; w. lelluw Hoot ........ v iqj.iui nt 0 AM K. Will , .1,75, , lUbblft ! :..:... Jl'oo'co'u5J Squirrel , Quail... .'...r75 5 Otf .'....'.'..J... ''B ' 0S WOOL. d ' " ,'"J117. - .....(.......:....! ,.. , Qreaie, fine Urease, coane Merino Olive HAiirm IV Tho Cathoiica of Italy lire ixititioning in large numbers against tho bill for Truth. giving tho civil jnandago ritu preceAmong- - The Country Hotels. dence over tho religious ceremony. The ' rtcmoii to He Proud. Ono word describes it "perfection.' "I was a Httlo surprised, upon "entersenate in Fond Mother My child, you will Wo refor to DoWItt's Witch Hazel nieasnro wan rejected by tho I8&0, when 100.C00 Catholics petition!"' ing the dining room of a couutry hotel," sfiwaya havo something to bo proud of. Salvo, cures obstinato sores, bums, skin said a travolor, "to see tho table aur You were born on the queen's birthday. diseases nnd is u well known euro for against it, rourided with new biglibacked. chairs, Sweet Child Dear wt, ninmmo, vwro piles. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, nnd Little vegetable henith producers, ; to date, or back .o twins ? Exchange. Witt & Meiulor, Hardlnsburg. Wttjo Early Risers euro malnr'oua which wero strictly up to date, in style. I confess that I was disorders arid regulate the stomach and WaB the Infanta Pretty; , Organized Charity. moro surprised to find thews chairs bowels, which prevents headacho and still An Iowa lady answered this q'tlery I think that the Charity to bo cfiVctho must bo intelli- - dizsinCBa. A. It, Fisher, Cloverport, and very comfortable. thus: She had a lovely complexion butt nont. ' d chair as a rule Is nioro like, . fafl --VL - Witt & Mcndor, Hardinsburg. no better than nil my girls havo since ly to gratify tho aesthetic aide of our Wo gK'Qjto rellyo.silfrering,fiot to cnt la QUEENSWARE. they began to use I'ark'a'Tca. nature than it is to satisfy our desire for courage lUutic'. " " ? 2 . .Now Is yqur timo to purchaso Queens-war- o solid comfort ; but theso chairs bad evihow pretty they lock now, A. It, Glvo by alliriiefliiH, but bclorc you givo and Glassware, we havo a few dently been selected by somo ono who Fisher, druggist, investigate. remuentsi left, and aro closing out at Charity should not, bo a sentiment, cost. We will mnko it to your luterest had not only good t&ato, but good sense. Job Printing of every inscription ' To sit back in ono of them was to find a to call, llabbago's. but a principle of action. finished in the, highest stylo. ." De-Wit- t's Tho surface of Java could be dividod in this manner: Thirty per cent of tho water surfaco wonld produco rice, vegetables, breadfruit and agricultural exports. Fifteen per cont, uot watered, would produco breadfruit and agricultural oxportsj eight per cent, not watered, coffco and tea plantations; two per cent, watered, sugar cane. Thero would then bo left 45 per cent for forests, gardens, meadows, waters, roads and dwellings. Tlio prftplo of Java need not then bo coudemned to llvo on rice alone. Fruits ore very important nnd necessary for health, and iu Java alono aro found 100 different kinds. Cattlo can be easily raisod, and tho superabundant numbers of water plants, insects and worms that aro found in tropical countries furnish an easy means of feeding fish nnd fowls Wo find theroforo that in this Country 800 men could find support on onosquara kilometer, or moro than four times as many peoplo ns aro now thero. Alex-nndWolikof iu Broslau Deutscho Bevuo. Disproving an Old Adcce. A eortuin nowspapor claims to publish nearly 100,000 "want ads.," and yet we are told "Man wants but Httlo hero er W.R.PoMBi'0., TOBINSPORT, IND. ... ,12 14. 12 ,,,, J4, llurry and Cti '.....'........ .'........ 5 (3 10 ' ' ' ", MISCELLANEOUS.' ' (a'-i- U Tallow...., 1....1.1 ...i.i.i Itees wax. ....... (. ........ ........ i,i i(tt)2tAtti Sorghum Molane Jl(ii),?5(i'l ' 25 .i. ;...'... 16 26' Secrets of wharf? No, 2 We quote price hay, grain; peed?, o'ri ' 1 , Louisville elty i t i ;.j ' .i i right. Come in and make your selections while tho sizes are intact and Wo tho assortment complete. to our fall and winter underro-fall-wool Dressmaking of the All the highly pitied dtessmaker't art will be divulged in the scries of articles on oats ,., Strictly ehotre Choice No. 2 flood .Medium Good Bright Straw. Choice white ., Choice shcllod OATS; ,.;. HAY, , : - . 10 20 32 i ,...,,. ;..L COItN. lO'OO ft) 4 Uo01S"iJOl, H'00 ,i ' . 301 , i i,t , 13.00,, 7si'i5 50' "' 00 er sret ,.,.,, .,...,(.,., (1ATTI.R. :...'.....'. , ' 42U, I. m 3 wear. Horo's a cinchor: A fino Natural Gray Men's Underwear, nnd tho price and tho valuo is honcBtly $5. Now if you are open bargain, come to a big bona-fid- o around on Saturday and take them at 83 75. Don't answer that letter on shabby noto paper, como to us and get something now and nobby in this. lino. When you aro engaged then comos tho wedding stationery. Wo show a choice and elegant assortment of theso goods. All those World's Fair visitors .wear Bhirts bought of Babbage Good to extra ihlpidni; Home Dressmaking to appear In these columns. They ttach How to cut, fit, and make all the difficult shapes of the day. 3 SO , .'..S'iO' '. Medium to, good butchers ,.....:..., 3 00 HOGS. Choice packing and butchers.. ...... 0 85 Fair to good ....6 ,? Light ihlpplng Ilett Uutchcri ...........4 Roughs Shoat aud pigs i'..0 ml Oct Them nnd 5avo Them. and undor.3'00 (5 3 25' . SHEEP. '' ' nnll 2 75 3,25; Good to extra shipping..! 2 50, 1 10, , Fair to good.. ' LAMBS. (o extra inrloit , 4'75 4'50 Good '4 0ft' 2 60 ,i.i..,i Fair to good 100 lb .;' l.,", 325 6 70 50 4 25 3 75 3 '65 T Wtflb lv" ' ' ! - .rl' il CLQVURPORT REtAIIr MARKET: "ii y .....,,,...,... ,..t i I' lilt Ui J i yp v ' Apples, per peck , Butter, por podud Cheese, per pound ''coBMcno'VKictT. ''" .j-3- t ,Atl 1,,1B,, ........i.......'......'..1520,lc." 20"V j , . 4r1 i high-backe- won-deif- ul BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S A trial will cohvIhco tho meit skeptical that " C. O. C. Certain eugh Care" t the greatest remedy extaat for the cHre ef JLaOrlppe, Croup, Caught, Celdf, Ate. . i .'.,. It' 6(TolOU el Cabbage, per head Chickens, Mob (...,w20 25, Ye. Corn, per bushel........... ....... .........46 80 c,, uucas, eaoii...,...,,,..,,.,...".........,, D,, .7........ Kgs, per Jossn. ., lSJie. New i.ottd. per beok..W.f..Vl,.l..:t?,!0'e7 Onions, trtrptok a......i.u..r.zt. Boring chickens, oaehi, .(..,., v -i- Ullh'QJOo; Wheat, per bushel.......v,-ivr.,.yN- 45 jj.,, ear,, per dosen ' .....V.V..,.i..ir1 T6muo?i, per do "6lMeT pr'pek,.i...U'.f.7.''i'15'VV Sweet Potato nM-'-'o.- Dried PfledPeachM v.. ,,...,.(,-..,.,.- ,.. Pried Apples ,.., ,......i,.,...r,.,., Green Apples, per bushel , Turnips per bushel lions. -- ,.....vr.;,.;.i;;j;..' .ij ' , f.4'-'- e; 4 c.'i 5 75 S5 o. e. c, t5iM ,, W.fl - -- "vj li MawWW .,IJf.IWIWIWIl.IUII II.IHIIIIJH HfH III II 1 :i2 zt& THE BRRGKRNRIDQE ina . NKS, . : tu.-pris- GLOYRRPORT, KY. . - fdC.' ,, ao'TMaxiioiim, isotvj ,. , .: .JiJ&S 'l&ok.i Highest of all in Leavening Power. LatesJ U. S. Gov't Fcrott rNownK - if intiu iMuiiaiat e. A , b. trr.n )CKU.y a eo. ruauaxio -- with tHia, Tho cainp occupied by Colouri Ilunt '" jjkumknws aim hab und tho rangers he coiiunauued was tliointipiit, by tlieusttor our SPECIAL TORMtiLA noi.n chop taiu irr r pitched in a motto of pecans that boral liiirinirirrniniPntpiitlfliitdiifonilAwrd tho freo no of I.lquor or A FEW dered a fertile valley. Tho lofty trea Biieli tlinonsthoy Hlmll voluntarily Rlvo tliem up. tops liftcdthcmselvos, a dnlc fcTccn barno Rind to plaeo tuirnrora f rolrt nny of tboo linbltn In communion- Testimonials rier ajralnst tho monotony of tho luvcl un i.u iinrnuua wiiuiiuvuuucnouruu uyinoiiKu 01 our tablets. plain. Wjthiq tho whito tents of tho 141ft IB PAtll CTO aw. fn ..! " " .11 ........,.. .M from persons " rinC,':.': "JBf.iX. "1X" " rangers glimmered in the shade; saddles nccoutenncnts. TheyVcro lae soldiers ail.l vigilant. .iryourilruKRlKtdofiiiiotkpetttlicm.cnclnROus who havo boon Tho mco;iicaiHi', stealing through tho and camp utensils wcro scattered about; of Forakcr's company, ripo for insurrecSI..00 . A till n mill ......! jf.n.. t .... J,... U1U11 ft paCKUgO OI our vui uu uy fp horses stood tethered hero and there or tion over tlio death of their chief, and bar.td .rutin,.1 t? tho roof, wero falling ourod by tho uso of v.rJrour nttln0 ftml ftrtdrrplnlAly,nnrtfltnto roamed with, hoppjed, limbs and tinkling the building about which they wero gath- almost urtitilly upon tho stono pavo-mewhether Tablets aro lor Tobacco, Alornbiuo or A 1 Inlmp ITnl.t 1 his feet when his quick car ered was tho military jail of Bradford stock bell throngh tho groves everyDO NOT BB DECEIVED Into pnrchaslng caught tho fouud of voice. Drawing a thing woro tho nir of a picturesquo and post. ILJ ""UBiiuBHuiiin hiui. iNvne The Onto Chemical Co.: Trouble had been brewing since early narrow blido in tho outi r door, ho poered favorablo .encampment. ","'1'".""' nuin. ask iur r nr" ueak sin; 1 lnno boon using your It was the supper honr, and campflres morning. With tho arrival o( Sheriff thremjh its .enjicirculur guard. A jL..ri nxo anu wiko no inner,f euro for tobacco habit, and found It would MuaufucturcU only by do what you claim for it. I und ten cents wero beginning to illuininato tho shad- Mosely and his prisoners, tho news ojtthfe ctowd of, jaea wero collected ill front of worth of tliontronirctchewinir tobncioiidnv. ows of tho aisles. Tho glancing light tragedy at San Marcus had spread like the jail. They vcrd conversing together and Irom ono to fle clirnra: or I would nnoke TirK or iodhcco. hum' iiitwcu flashed upon tho figures of tho men bus- wildfiro through tlio camp. Ifprakcr's in low tones. In tho light of tho moon irom ten to iprcy pipm vo vonrn. mid tun uutUucca nnd 8inokrd for twentv II OHIO CHEMICAL CO,, ied in cooking or lounging irr groups men received tho intelligence sullenly", tho sheriff recognized coveraluf tlio most your Tablets cured mo po I hHVo no dvntn for It. of D.ll.JAYLOllD, Lcullc.Mtcll. nbor&the doors pf their tents, upon arms but with evident suspicion of foul play. dcsperr.to of I'oraker'3 men, One burly 61,63 4 GB Open DI6ek, Dnnns Fnrnr. M. Y. und accouterments stnked and piled Tho dead captain had been popular with' fellow hoWf in I1I3 handva coil of ropo. Tiik Onto CncMtCAt, Co.: Ogittlfmen: Somo time npo I sent aguinsi various trees. Tlio fires roared his company, which included ho most Closing! ho rlido e'autiotisly , ho roused his fT for Sl.OIl worth of vnnr Tnlilptj fnrTnhncpn llnlilt. I , LIftlA.OIIIO. IV phnirnr. them nllrfirhtnlid.illt.finitch wnnbntha und crackled, tho steam of tho broiling reckless and desperate of the ebldfors lit compauioii und c san Iited hia pistols. A thuy did tho work la Iras tlmn thrco dnya. I nni rurcd. rAnTiniLAits tho fprt. , There- - wero among them cer? second laer tip jail itoor vibrated with morsels filled tho air, and in tho Truly yourg, MAT1IEW JOHNSON, 1'. O. Box . whero n somowhai larger and tain dissipated spirits, who cher"inlied d a blow struck r.ppn it by Eomo heavy obFREE. PiTTsuimaif. Pi. the oniocnr.vicALCo.: gentieuen: It Rives mo plcusuro to speak a moro comfortablo tent stood by tho sido lively admiration for tho hardihood and ject from' without. word or prnlso for your Tablets. My son wus strongly cddlctod to tho uso of "Who's there?" demanded Mosely at of a quiet pool, tho rising globo of ,tho notorious reputation of their leaderj llduor.ond throueli a friend. I wualrd to trv vour Tubfets. l!n wiiHiiheiivvinid constant drinker, lint urter unlnir vonrTnlileta but thnnilnVH hn nnlt ilrlnklnir. silver moon swung silently over tho for- Considerable curidsity had lieen ex- tho Eli.lC. and will not touch llauorofnnv kind. 1 bava wnlted four month hi Turn wrltlnir "Como, come, Ikp Mosely," replied'a pressed in regard tp tho man who itu est picture. jr you, lu order to know tho euro was permanent. Yours JUitS. JIKLKN MUUKISON. truly, t Tho waters wero already beginning,to seen fit to nbbreviato 60 enviable a ca loud voice, which' tho sheiiff instantly Cit cinnati, Ohio. shimmer and danco with its reflected reer.j Thero had been trips to tho jail iri recognized n3 tho bci scant of Foraker'a iv.m-- r I thr Ohio Chemical Co: Gfntlkmen: fnpnnvnn havo performed a mlraclo In my case. Your Tablets vnnra. itnn linvn ttwn rurea ny tho uso of havn Used lnornlllllG. rays when tho flap of this tent was consequence, and throughout tho day a men; "this .n't no gamp of bluff. Wo'ro W. I. LOTEQAY, "to packages oi your TaDiets, nnd without nny effort on my part. pushed asido and u man etrpdooutpf crowd of eager faces had beset tho win- her for bizness. und wo want you to open .Address 'nil Orders to np'i' ' tho opening. As ho did so tho light of a dows, BESPONSIBLE Iu.coascquciicoof the absence of the, J'P'rat3 VOU'll fitntn vnnr W'nsnna t'nr campfire opposito flashed full upon him IAGXNTS WANTED! and revealed tho features of Colonel presiding justice, tho tiino for a hearing gittinj'ln boforol givo'yo the privilege," 01, 03 and 05 Opera Block. LIMA, OHIO. (In writing pleaai mention thla prr.) inth'ecaso had been set down 'for the, responded Mosely. William Hunt. Waal, yes, wo don'tmind,seein wo'ro t7yni?ila Vallns stnguci-cIt was ft characteristic face. Ono tin-- , following day. In tho present stuio of tremltUng to the dnoriilay. derstood at a glanco why it was that this popular feeling Sheriff Mosely had cojhin in, whether you're tvillin or not," thought be.st to con ft no th6 body of Bruco nrsponucd tno voice. "Worp going to man had been chosen to lead tho d "Just in time, Bco, to put a stop to this d tenderfoot vouto got In' ycr 'foolishness." ho remarked, grasping band that followed him. Tho during tho interval, Ho hail been obliged, bang that d xio received l'Zcmoc'iiau witn tnnc gravthereto thobigiiesttreeinthopost. That's 'tho sheriff by tho hand. locks that Iio bared to tho evening nir therefore, to incarctruto hfm ill tho sindemoanoi1 for which ho waa noted, gle room of tho jail In company with what we're going to dol So wo tell y6u wero a trillo grizzled with age. Hard'Notmuch too early, Bill, thet'safact," ity of ship und privation had 6et their real Lemuel Wickson. Thiough the heavily to open up!" replied Mosely, returning tho greeting. tempered postibly with a certain resig"Ohryo are?" said Iko tauntinrf'r. " 'Pon my Avord. colonel. Tradier looked nation which under tho circumstances -- : upon tho face, but only to intensify its barred windows tho forms of the men :tMpbbo you reckou thot I'll set quietly for bomothiu of n scrimmage, but this increased the latter'a good opinion. Kercould bo dimly Feen, and oven look of determination and daring. Denochan , unfolded his errand in a few through an occasional .by and seo you do all thot? Now. I'm sudden freak o' yours for a moonlight1 cision and will dominated the strong (givin it to you straight what you kin ox- -' pasear sorter took tho sand out'o' tlitm words. Buck Jerrold filled his pipe, lines of mouth und jaw. It was appar- broken pane. Tho Boldiers had been in doubt at first pect or you try on nny thing of tho kind. eojera. natch'ally, didn't it? What angel lighted it. and seating himself on a nail ent at onco that whatever courage rould undertako or energy achieve j ielded be- us to which of tho two was retqioiitiiblo Thar's two of us hero, and wo'll kill 0 very bent you down otir way nt this hour o' keg in tho dooryurd roviowed tho situation solemnly as follows: Wtll have to admit it if they will visit our store and sec "he fore tho marked personality of tho man. for tho death of tho captain. Some vig- 'mother's eon 6f yd thet gets in cz sure cz tho night?" "Thar ain't but ono argyment to bring Colonel Hunt did not stop until he orous personal criticism and animated there's a living God!" Colonel "William Hunt removed his Btock of Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes marked nt the. to bear on the town of Oskaloo," ho said, A blow from tho outsido was tho' only hat, and tho moonlight shono full upon reached a largo trco that stood liko u inv&tK-- delivered through tho windows deliberately crossing his legs, "nndthet'a reasonnblo giant pfeket'upon tho very confines of elicited tho information required. Bruco t response. , , his Rorious" facei whisky I I've been down thar, off nud tho grovo. Ho loaned his back against had kept his own countel while Mr. "xnets right!" snouted Iko as n second "You'vo ttrnck it, Mosely," ho said it und stood looking out niion tho shad Lciuuel Wickson had replied cheerfully blow caused tho door to spring on its solemnly. "An out and outr.ngel nr.d on, for tho last 10 years, nnd I never know auytliin clso to carry conviction Being free to hinges. "Tho sooner yo make a holo no mistake. I ain't no call to tako t owy plain which tho moonlight was be to tills genial badinage. in thet thrlvin settlement onless it was to illumine. Hardly had ho move about, ho gratified his resentment through thet partition, tho'more likely myself any credit for tlila yer night' ginning und oven then I reckon dono o when tho rhythmic hoof beats agvhibt Bruco for his capture by going I am to reach yo!" btzuesa. It all K'lonjd to a woman a a IT BEATS THE Ho emphasized tho remark by draw- littlo gal oz galloped 10 miles to bring whisky'd Btand tho best show. Yo see," of a horse, coining toward him at full to tho window and giving whispered and r. ing tho slide and discharging his revolver mo Word, and notwithstanding hez rid ho said, pulling ut tho straps of his heavy gallop, struck his car. He stood erect staitliiigi.ccoiints of tho killing of and listened. A breezo had sprang up, It appeand from these vivid through tho aperture. A yell and a sud- with ns every step of tho way and put boots and glancing ut them as if for inlight breath fanned his fur- word pictures that tho and as its tnief had den shuffling of feet without greeted the tho blush to every man in my troop 'a spiration, "tlio poppylntion is thet rigid shot. rowed cheek ho could even distinguish been an eyewitness to tho tragedy. gal cz I'd ban!: on ng'in half tho men I and nnrrcr minded that it needs suthin His imagination was entirely responsiFor a time all was quiet. Mosely drew ever beo aud who a too good a durned of thet uuturo to get tho milk o' human tho panting breath of tho animal, as if kindness to ilow. They want suthin to I3FEVERY DEPARTMENT CHUCKED FULL ! driven hard or furiously ridden. Sur- ble for his facts. Ytt eo cleverly did ho tho slldo again and reconnoitered. ,Tho sight for tho best man in tho "state." stnrt'cm! work upon tho excited bympathies of tho result was apparently not satisfactory. prised that any ono should bo approachAnd oven ut this moment pale, breath' 'Ef I could go down thar now in tho in- J6STEVEIIY RTICLE MARKED DOWN ! ing tho camp at euch a rate of speed, ho indignant company that Ly nightfall it Ho snapped tho catch back suddenly and less and disheveled Cynthia Dallas stagterests of justico and jest flout tho town, stepped out into tho open. In an instant was generally believed that Forakir had turned sharply upon Humly Jim. gered trembling to tho doorway and sank jest play tho It will pay any ono to come in, just to seo if they can't buy. millionaire and do tho ho was almost rnn down by Cynthia, been butchered in cold blood while drunk "Its jest cz I reckoned," ho said quiet- fainting on t'ao threshold. generous thing it might cost you suthin Come eorly as you can to avoid the rush. ( mid iibleep. It was doubtful whether ly. "Thoy'ro comin back ogini and this mounted on tho foam covered Pepita. but I reckon I reckon," said Mr. Jerduring tho interval Mr. Wickson, by tho timo they've got a timber with, cra, and Tlio apparition of her mounted presceaptet. xnr. rold cautiously, "wo might get an honor- ence came. uK)n Hunt to suddenly that invention of local color and realistic de- tin'i. uuui 1a gum :i. x reckon wc 11 maKO With tho r.rrival of tho rangers and ablonud squardcal, oven in thet benightho cried out, 'Haltl" with tho sternness tail, had not persuaded himself of tho ft division of forest!." their r.rmcd investment of tho jail nt ed bettlexnenf. ' Ho drew tho b6lt3 on tho inner door a Bradford po3t tho open unimosity ngaint of ono used, to command. Tho inaro was truth of his statements. Sheriff Mosely BRANDENBURG, KY. "It's ag'in tho natur' o' things," conchecked instantly, but with a violence nnd 0110 deputy mounted guard during J ho Bpoko. Henry Krr.ce vanished. Such was tho tinued Mr. Jerrold, "to look for favor"Call him," ho whispered. that almost threw tho exhausted animal the day and interrced a Miinted but in awo incpired y thtso frontier polico that numly Jim complied. A second later nd fmtiicvi ttempt nt outbreak followed. ablo results on any other ground. Thorn upon her haunches eftcctuul denial to this version of tho affellers down thnt way, I reckon, are "Who's there?" demanded tho colonel, fair. Somo local disturbance in tho town Bruco stopped tlrrough tho ojicning. Th . .. iuin.gunci.iiiofuinri.irii cuuutt in tn At 0 o'clock on tho following day h r iii.ii. aw u. "" mmA -- -deputy grasped his 1 oyplvera and disap- mounted escort accompanied llruco to what Parso.i Cohtrentt calls 'pestimista' ;r Imu If ..... - rircALTHrnir fi nhaia T rr V" 'M n "wni, rClat, JtMintmfttl.". daial. striding up. of Joaquin hud unfortunately necessitatvjsi zziz'SAfrA-"um,atIo A camnu. nf Six they're malarial in their tastes, and Arrt. Addreu A. dr. anjJEUL'JuJtu 1C, frtx peared within. Ike Mose'ly" turned and tho courthovse, end rt reliminary examFor a few moments there was 110 re- ed tho absence of Jako Sharp. ae3iiXjXj rxxjiiXa, SCX. i they'd get things crooked on gen in! ply. Then a voico in tho gloom panted, As tho afternoon wore nway tho feel- f faced tho ranqhmiui'.iiWlil .moonlight. ination wuh helih Pliil Kernochan Lad principles. Accordin to their 'view, ev"Cynthia!"' and immediately nftor tho ing of animosity nguinst Bruce grow raruner." no, said, placing his hands arrived during tho ni;j;lit, bringing with . ' girl slipped lightly to tho ground aud mora expressive und iolent. The crowd upon his chonldera V..1.M1 gazing into UIS him Judgo Natchez, the ablest lawyer of erything's crossgrained from tho start. stood leaning exhaustedly against the of loungers about tho jail increased. Per- eyes, "yo doi.'t need ma, to .tell yo thet thd circuit. Tho prisoner fouud himself They jest natch'ally look at things on Children cut urr coiurr Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Convenes Hl'llnrillntburg second Mondu; In sonal abuso of the prisoner was indulged thls'll bo iv close' coll 'for you nnd ijh Burrouudod by influential counsel nnd iho bias so to speak. saddle. "They'd allow, for instance, thot non-r- y Kelirunry, .May and October She was feo breathless und spent with in jit tho windows, and oven threats of and ruebbo one or both of us, is goin friends. T. 11. Mc Death, Judge, Leltchfinld, Ky. Bruco laid nil night for Foraker out tho futiguo of her long ndo that ut first violenco were openly heard. Somo of tho Koine. 'But.fby tlio 'livimr'G'o If I'm hero Tho presiding justico conducted tho ou lliu San AVefd S Chelf, Cominnnweallh's Attorney, road; that ho roundWhen Babj was sick, wo care her Castoria. boldest went to fur as to counsel Wick-fep- u I to tell yo thctUhii.'a.yio Aian I"driithor proceedings with that perfect impartialshe could only indicate tho urgency of Klliib'lhtiiwn, Ky. ed him up and started him on the 'long When alio waa a Child, she cried for Castoria, V 0. IIalbag4, M.uter Commissioner to kill Bruce, declaring, with amob's light for or r.io.ulpngsidql" her errand by broken sentences. Meanity and nbsciico of judicial dignity for liar his When the becamo 1113, the clung to dlnsburg. Ky. Ho pressed rt lia'ir of ra into his which ho was noted. With his liut on trail' beoaudo ho was stami-ediwhile tho colonel, roused by tho elo- ready acceptance or responsibility, that Castoria. pLus and prospects. Tliet's what they'd j When ahe had Children, F. K Khnde, Sher'ff MoDanlolj. Ky. companion's hands as ho bpoke. quence of her palo faco and disheveled they would "stand by him." tho beck of his head, a short black pipo aha gavo them CastorU. ( Charles Miller. Ilardlnthurir. Ky. "Now, theu,"hu raid, bettliighiscruare in l.H month and untrannneled by ciat, 'a' ione, uud thct's tho way thoy'd look Mr. Wickson had expressed" in worifs tresses, wiw moved to sympathy. When D pull ti W. r. Kamey. Cl.iverpurt. Ky. at it. Yon aud mo kuows different n cordial willingness to comply with shoulder against the Ihouldcr of. i'icp, crav.it or cohnr, ho lent himself serious(. W. S. at last with many pauses for breath, but Cart, Union SUr, Ky. thtfc i wus uoiiu in self defense. But B. S. Sklllman, CLrk, Hiirdinsburn, Ky. with an earnestness thut betrayed her tliebo requests, but when it camo to, und cockiug his pistols, "lqt m ,como ly to iho gr.ivitj'' of the occasion. it'll i.eed judicious mauiperlatiu to make anj thing of the sort plainly irritatcu Frank UVavln. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. 'emf They'll find they've got anxiety, she had mado her purpose deeds liud shown a singular reluctanco. on, d now far tho judicial mind may have t John Sluton, Jillrr, llanlinshura, Ky. known, tho ranger's response was kindly He alleged us the leuson for this delay more than theyburtraliied f6r. 6r llsol'vo been" influenced by the sullen presence them libcn minded and to git 'em ut t him, and persistence in tho matter pro- b( voiced n ictort or possibly n sudden sar disposed. all coiritably They must cmiMVoniiur till) fact that ho had no veapon, but as 'forgotten how o Lhbotl" and reassuring. Cnnvenos third Alonilay in euch month. of tin moro disaffected of Foraker'a men A rush from without drowned hia in tho courtroom and by the armed elevated to tliet p'int. Then yo'll git casm. With singular infelicity of epiThomas Adkl'inn, JuJue, llardinnburg Ky. "Ye're bravo littlo girl," ho said, "uud Bruco himself wus unarmed this state- Milton Hoard, Attorney, Mardinsburg, Ky. a man oughttr feel proud that 0110 o' input was hardly pertinent. How" far 'words as u blow delivered with tho demonstration bf tho night before it is justice. Their moral natur sorter leave thet Miss Stafford had characterized John B. Mimiireh. Clerk, !lBrdlnburif, Ky. Cvuthiu's devotion to Bruco durinir his force of a battering rr.m cauEedl tlio tlior imimssiblu to determine. Judgo Peinber-to- n oil vlu.ro tiio xnX bf us begin." your style tukes the trouble to show nu ho was influenced by a certain cold glitHo pause1 mid looked bcriously atKcr-ncclia- u iuiprisonmont as "kind" "really quite nillUI'KIII.V COUItT. Interest in him. Well, Miss Cynthia, ter in tho hitter's eyo did not trauspiro. ' to lean i inward. A shower of, dust and C invenes f smoked alike impassively through to noto tho effect of his words. what ono would have expected a girl of September amiurth Monday in March, June como up to tho camp, and wo'll see what Tho fact remains that ho listened quietly' plaster fell to (ho lor. A sccpnd rush tho eloquent argument of the prisoner's December Evidently yuthcriug Hint, from his (her surroundings to havo done." , DISTUICTS. MAl.loTLMII can bo doho. It's a full moon tonight, to the urgent but impracticable! advice fund shock followed. Tho Uoor fell 'f rim counsel nail the fiery appeal of thostato's IIaboinsbuko Courts on Wcdnrdy reviou i opinion of the town of O I It will bo understood that Bruco d i and only 11 few hours' hard riding from of tho boldiers to "cut tho tendfrfoot'e) 'its hinges with n crash, mid' tho moon representative. But on motion of Judge the firt Monday in March, Junp Sepn different Sentiment. hero to Tho Post. Perliaps it'd bo jest as heart out," to "throw tho btovo 011 him" ishono boldly in aud bti earned upon tho Nitfchez to release Bruco on bail lie kuloo, Lit logio was beginniug to tell On tember and Uccambcr. Magistrates, Ben T. ' His old interest in Cynthia tho inter, him, ho summed tip his position iu a few Miller and Luin Ulack. ConstiMo, Lee Jlish-owell if I took tho boys over for a littlo and other unconsidered suggestions that 'stono pavemt nL Bruce'nnil Mpsely cheerfully acquiesced. Ho further agreed worus: est thnt bo had felt sluco thut first day Herdlnsburg City Court. J B. Butby, wero rained upon him all tho a'fte'rnooh.1 into tho Shadows of the dobrway. to tho implication for n chance of venue. pasear. They won't mind it much, and . "Ef I ree'lect. I was a lectio onsottled Jwhen sho hadiecped down upon him in Msyori llont Urown. Marshall V. O Huh. even if nothing comes of it it will set But at nightfall Mr. WicksJn wus still 'Here unseen by thoso witjiout, they cov- holding that tlio present state of popular myself that night i.i San Marcus, and I 'tho gloomy chasm with her fragrant oge, Attn rney. City Court, oivll leruif, first j ered tho eutraiico with their cocked your fearo at lest at any rate. Ef thar's conspicuously doing nothing. feeling was hardly conducive to Monday n iMar h, June, September and Do- Tlio'mdoiiJlglid ilasliwl coldly calninesi of deliberation which the that ain no way eartin thet Henry Bruce 'suggestions of hemlock and pino woko ceiober. Then came u lull. Tho men dispersed a inun in my company that isn't willin law didn't tnko.n tjratifyin contract off my jnnew in his heart, and with it a senso of CLHVKKP..RT to make this trip when he hears of tho for supper. Slientf Mosely availed hiui-be- ion tho glistening barrels fnll iri sight 6f ' prescribes. Ct.urts Thursday succeeding hands. You go to work, Mr. Kernochan, jgrntitndo from the of tho interval to bend a messSigo of' un excited urowtl of men poking u heiiVy ride yon'vo taken to savo Henry Bruce, His honor's phraseology is necessarily aud engngo tlio best lawyers and nrgify-er- a !in tho rarity which, I trust, mankind, and first Monday In Murch, Jute, September December. Magistrates, Dudley of feminino constancy, Is lie's not fit to serve under Colonel Hunt. tlio state of things to the colonel at the beam. lost in thn nbovo paraphrase. Ho said, and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Tbos. the Btato can produce. Thom'll be 'not entirely exempt. This interest deop-(ene- d A montciViV pauso fctlEned.1, Tho sol- I believe', that ho "wasn't tryin no case You've Btruck us at tho right time. too. fort, u mesMige which that worthy unite-- 1 Keenan. Cloverport City Court. Civil necessary, as tho prosecuting attorney is' r as tho spring advanced and tho first Monday In March, June, Septemberterms diers, thinltni' thit tlm ronnnnn young lady. Supper is wuiting such as couutably saw fit to disregard. in no placo whero everybody was dead and It isl As boon us that is over we'll sadAfter this ho loaded his extni nistoltt 'thoso of tho thoriil nnd his deputy and not on haugiu tho prisoner first and hold-i- n dead ag'in yo from tho fust, but ez for season blipped iuto bnmmer. Ho grow December Mayor, Charles Ughtroot. Martho Oskaloo part of tho LizncsS, me and quito in tho habit of riding over to tho shal, Jxmes INuAjoton. i dle up and start. Ez for yourself, I can and withdrew with Hnmlv'Jim'to thV mitt jj.uv wa.im mujiuea-jorotnojail, court nrt'rward." But doubtless tho Iko Moscly'U'rtm thet. And I reckon," Dallas rauch aud passing tlio morning MolmuKL. Meglrlrales, Henry II. Dean, voro Inorso to unnoedssary bloddshe'd. send you back by tho night coach thet little guardroom behind the outer .door, leiral principlo of abstract justico van concluded Mr. Jprrold, rising and per- in Cynthia's society. Hero, although ho ltork Valoj Sam W, Parsons, MoDantels. passes Thompson's ranch about an hour Hero ho had recourse tp his'pockct flask 'At this instant there was a crash of musimplied in this Lono Star dictum. Tho Ciinilabln, Geo W. Burton, ltuth. Courts und philosophically uwaited develop- ketry isi the rear, accompanied by tho trial was" set down for tho first week in mitting a grim smile to relax tho corners persuaded himself thnt hia jittitudo to- Hock Vale on Fildny succeeding the first Mon-at from now, I reckon." jingling of' lass 'and tho whistling of September at tho neighboring county of his mouth, "I reckon the jury at thet ward tho young lady was merely such day in March, June, September and DecemBut hero he paused at a gesture of dis- ments. trial will bo in compytent hands." ber, and at Alcl'aniels Tuesdays after the secas r. brother might holl toward an "I allow," he said quietly to his ouly bullets. Tho leader of tho party hold up seat of Oskaloo. sent from Cynthia, who had taken the Phil Kernochan rodo back to his ranch Bister, ho was often astounded ond Monday in said months. bridle of Pepita and was already leading remaining deputy after participating his baud )iUmiJpy. Sheriff Mosely wai overjoyed at this under tho impression that the difficulty !to IIudsokviliis Magistrates, Geo. Harned, discover with what wiuged feet tho Custer with him in this refreshment, "thet we "I reci in you hear thr.tr. 11:9 Mosely," decision. her into tho grove. i lluiry of combating local prejudice at Oskaloo lipurs flow overhead, and that familiar John Nevitt, 0. 1 r ne, Hudson. Constable don't get through this night's biznehS lioiaid.Hvit'.i Hit oatli. ' "Tho boj's are" "Send me back by the night couch!" Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vlll- e ''Why, ihct'a right whar I was born was materially lessening. But Mr. Buck objects too.: ou u sudden association and on Wednesdxy succeeding Ibe second sho repeated, glancing at him and knit- imtch'ully without suthin of a row, but rutin yuar locknp froni theVindow. nnd'brought up," ho ciid to Bruce, slap was gloomy and dispirited nil the charm from tfm witchery of her comMonday In Marob, June, September and ting her brows. "Thank you, sir, I'm what over happens, Jim, Ike Mosely don't You might ez veil band that teller pver pirig'hiin ou tlio back its they left tho Jerrold and at Custer on Thursday following pany. not to bo disposed of so easily. I huve reckon on bein either euchred or bluffed. quiet and peaceald'o liefore they take 'courtroom. "I own thot place. Yer afternoon. It was not long before tho delight with It was doubtless this brotherly inter-je- the same months. I don't propose to let Lem thargitout,. him out u ron eo. Wo'vo sworn to string1 hand, pardncrj friends at Tho Post and reckon they will llawLitTVlLLK Icongratulatoyoii on y6r Magistrates, in Mies Dallas that promptid Henry IrvingMnt 0. C. Martin, Big Wley Dowell, bo willing to tuko euro of mo tonight. unu tney can t nuve iieury urueo except him up, and tz yo're ten to your 0110 yo luck. When the timo comes round, I'll which Miss Stafford greeted tho release Spring. Con-of Henry Bruco gavo placo to a very dif- Bruce to instruct her upon tho guitar-hover my dead body. Suvey thet?" might us ble, John 1'ile.t. Courts at Bewleyrllla on At uny rate, I'll ask 'cm. If you can b? sensible und giyp in," run down thar and seo ef I can't scaro up ferent state of mind. In the enthusiast! instrument ringnlaily calonlatcd to Friday succeeding the scoond Monday In Tho deputy did. "You thirilt bo, do yom?"' retorted tho n reasonable, fa'r minded und onproju-dicc- d give mo a fresh horeo and it's all tho Marrh, June, September and D umber, and at of his return to tho Mesquito valley pverc6mo shyness and "Now, what I expect of you, Jim," sheriff through' his Pet leoth. "111 ldt samo to you, Colcnel Hunt, I reckon I'll jury cz'U viow this business in a ranch, she had detected no change in persons of tho opposito restraint between Webster on Saturday. sex, and as such continued Iko, "is what I allers get you kuoiv I thini different! I'D allpw true nnd holy light." rido ulong too." Umon Stab Magistrates, James J.8eers, his manner toward her. Accustomed to bo commended. If wliilo thus mn- cl'nr grit und nothin else." thet mo and Jim kin hold only ono end Iho confidencoof Bruco in his evenuuiuu nuir, ouiiq n, darreit, Qtepbensport. CHAPTER XII. lfi leaned forward, and gripjicd his ill 6f this jail, but tboiV nbout what wo tual acquittal was naturally increased from infancy to her own way, tho idea ployed Cynthia found herself sitting at Constable, Jabu Ilajnei. Courts at Utlon of u rival iu tho regard sho unquestion-- ' timed very nonr Bruco and thoir fingers Star on Wednotduy succeeding Tho full moon in meridian splendor fiuircd comradu's hand as ho suld this. 6alcuh.to to diK Of (nrse of von kill Monby this reassuring htatement. ably manifested for tho young ranchman dangerously involved in compelling mel- day la March, Juno, Septiinbcrthe third Bhono calmly down on Bradford jioat. Tht two men exchanged glunces. Km in 1110 meitutimo J ain't reujiousl-bl- o, and Dtcem-be- r, Nond tho less did Phil Kernochan re- had probably never seriously ciossod her ody from tho refractory strings, and at Stephenspurt on Thursday, but tlio lhstuian'Of buthdt steps The littlo plateau on which tho frontier "Ef thev start to breakin hero tinitbt it was 1 11 draw tliem tiistenmgB," iwinting FINtJAI, COUItT. unquestionably duo to her anxiety tobo-coui- o to ticross thet dcorsill is gono In I givd lax his exertions in his partner's behalf. mind. fort was placed stood out above tl e outHo consulted earnestly with Colonel tho iron door that led into the room you thet flatl" At Hardlnsburgmi Tueday after the first Sho hud accepted tho interest of n proficient performer, and if lying country with till tho distinctnesi Tho BhenfT halt hardly cpol:cn when nunt, who with a party of his men con- Bruce complacently, laid clalai to his at- while playing somo chord or explaining Munday In April and October. of day, Tlio moonlight flooded every- whero tin prisonera wero confined, "and ducted them back to tho Mosquito val- tentions us if by u species of divine some accompaniment thero stolo into tho thing within Tho Post itself, steeping th call on Henry Bruce. Wo two'll keep the door of tliciniicrroomWung quick-lrbao- k ley Natchez a man and Humly Jim nprleured. Ho wldoranch. Judge Texan practice of right and exhibited toward him a cer- gentleman's faco an expression so win-pin- g three Hides of tho level Bquuro, illumi- this placo against all comers or did toexporienco in and tain uir of proprietorship with tho premid tender that tho girl's sweet eyes nating tho'low barracks of tho soldier gether, yju can take my word for thot I Was not visiblo to tho tlsrong without, pleading outlined peyeral modes of ac- sumption of her sex when conscious of grow downcast nnd tremulous it was tho Yourbizness'll lo to go in thar and hold jClosltig tho door behind lritn, ho loaned ko'Wp. and the adobe dwellings of tho 'officer tion, but was inclined to lay great stress its attractions. To quote the words of zeal of thq instructor doubtless oppoqito, aud slipping ghootlUio from the thet turrier, Wickson, nnd prevent 'his against It. His voico camo diutincf ly to that upon Sheriff Mosoly'a and Judgo Natchez, who was for profes- prompted this. Certainly for its oppor- ,Do you wear them? When next In need try o pair. white flagstaff, which seemed to stretch gittin on:. Ef ho makes a break or acts t() tliP ears of Mpsolyjnnd Braco Beat In the world. ''Thar uty't 110 uso for mo to, put in suggested that Mr. Buck Jorrold to sional rcassns mo time a guest nt tho tunities atid possibilities tho light guitar a spectral finger to tho stars. It wanted anyway obstrep'rous, shoot him jest tho 5.00 LOO samo ez yo would a jack rabbit. Thar, nny moro time, in thar," ho said slowly. approached tut a possible vuluablo ally. Hesquito valley ranch, the young lady's liaa reason to bo appreciated, and thero yet two hours of midnight, but the 4.00 sUBlli' ain't no other way with bich cattle. He's 'Thar nin't no prisoner to rruurd Leabt- - Accordingly a few days later Kernochan ntutuuo toward Henry Bruco waa that plumbers iu its strings n sympathy that lights wero out w;hich, earlier in the rodo over to the latter'fl ranch und hold of tho "holder of a first mortgage bond proves a powerful ally to bontiiiient. 92.00 3.50 oveuing, had flickered in tho various moro'u half lefcponsiblo for tho troublo wist) nono tliet'a llkply to cit iWV. a conference wth that gontleman. (Tit 1IK CO.VNNt KD ) wherein tho oqnity wna decidodly microrwuoies So gracious was the night it we're goin to git tpnlght,nnd I only wish Thet last volley pottjed Lcpi'n iwcount, quurters. 2.50 Mr. Jerrold had been already impor- scopic." bed sorter 1:0110 off bv uc for' jowl anil nil. I reckon. ' Tlio' (iurneil $2.00 seemed, to breathe a bonisou upon the my I cldent Miss Stafford very soon nwoko to an on tho way up here. It would idffitu killoM tho Wroiijonan. rmpa thot tuned in behalf of Honry Bruco. Ho 2.25 I.7S l.yeiy day ailiNfomo new novvltv to slumbers of the quiet garrison. had paid a visit to tho Dallas ranch tho ron BOYS and Yet there was commotion at Bradford have saved my conscicnco considcr'blo bcin tho caso you'voyot moro uso for mo previous evening and had heard from intelligent distrust of her position, was our line of ilres goods keep coining 2.00 power N? then to a conviction that her post-n- ot within tho confines of tho fort wear und tear. Ez it is now I'm about hero in front." ran urnmjn.' v Cynthia's own lips an account of tho on tho wand. Her mortification and wo will still rontlniiu to keep up tho Mosely' was hlW't 6 vliiBi)cr'oino'iihr lYlP4vi!8E-Aritself, nor in tho moonlight spaces of the eat up with remorso." Sul 'r'n, Cloverport Btonnlng of tho jail at Bradford post cbngriii to find herself supplanted by inte-ei-As tho shadows of evening drew ricd cojnnuuifl 16 his deputy wlieri u beo-oi$ level square, but far in tho rear of the volley crnalq; tJjruU tho inner nnd tho rescuo that followed. So pa- ono whom her prido in no sense recogBoldiers' barracks, whero a small, low around tho jail tho sheriffs forebodings thetically liad Cynthia wrought upon nized as an equal cun well bo imagstone building stood with barred door seemed at first without foundation. room, splintering (lin wwxlwork nnd tho sympathies of hor auditor that JerIfywirtiit i fine DRESS SHOE, made In th Utttt ITCHING PILES itylM, den't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or and grated windows. A crowd of BO or With the beating of "taps" lights van- LcaniH. ThoHo;iii(t;flirjftarriflo fusil- rold had been unablo to resist tho,ap-pea- l. ined. PArlinna tho first intimation that Edith ished nt tho fort, tho sounds of frontier lade hud not entirely cch'scU VbforQ a uud- $ J Shea, They lit equal to eui torn rnsde and look and 00 men wcro collected about this strucSWAYNE'I .MHMf..n.l vtf .(. .1imi-It was perhaps proof positiyo of ruuuivuu u& u vunugv ... 11 .n.glj. wpo la. I.ll. ' u vi uuu in 1110 weir as well, If you wish to economize In your footwear, ture, conversing in ilow tones and ex- discipline wero hushed, and the camp aptho cowmau'a lovo for Miss Dallas and manner of receiving her slighting alluOINTMENT do so by purchwlng W. L. Douglas Shoes, Name and ATmOLTrrsLY amsa. citedly running ironi window to win- parently sank to reposo. Deceived by tqAy'l? V'r troui.yrUhgubi! Ailov.Ktuilw his own generosity of soul InteRM IttMagT that ho prom- sions and half contemptuous mention of BTM.ITOUH-Ml,l- ur t price stamped on trie bottom, look for It when yoa bay. 1 i wr tr Mratekliit,a4 tlaaUitl Ml dow As they moved to and fro tho rayi this absence of hostilities, tho solitary bloivitJitiiutthuiukiibookihtfwtli ' ". ised his assistance, although " giving it Miss Dallas. Originally ho had passed allwdj W.I- - BOUOLAS, Brockton, Mass. Sold by Ubh lb liimr farm and pMtrwrfe, upon muakcts and doputy dozed on u bench of tho low cor- - and tlio windows Of tho HUilratllldWltlli ho wo3 uwaro that he stood in of tho moqn igghed For sale hy W. II, lloiviucr &. Nou, in his own theso over with tho good humored cyn5 ridor. Only Iko Mosely remained alert ' aatroiJffMbraterfeanoft'nTy'.crow'eV llt'Ut. icism of a man of the world. Bui now. Cloyorj.ort.Kj', Baking 05lV! Pdwder ,22? ABSOLUTELY PURE 1 nt o. about tho shattered door turned 111 A clear, .ringing cheer buret suddenly upon ther still night. There was a sound of gallojiijig hoofs aud a murmur of many Miiccj, nnd with a sudden rush and tumult n mo.mtcd cwslcado nwept round the jail, tho moonlight flashing upon their I raudished lilies. In an instant tho Luildin was surrounded. Tho leader of tho party charged Iho group of roluiers before tho doorway at a gallop, reining r.p his horso co fiercely that tho I.oofj of tho culmal struck fire in the resist in; c gravel. "Fallback!" shouted tho imnerativo voico-o- f Colonel Hunt. "Fall back, now, all of you, nnd dlspersbf This business ' has gono far enough." At tho sharp command Forakcr's men, realizing limy were now between two fires, scattered in nil directions. Tho soldiers in tho rear of tho jail woro as quickly routed. Hardly three minutes elapsod beforq tho horseman throw himself from tho saddle and striding over tho fallen door entered the corridor. W curoful investigation r 8 toourresponglbll-itand tho merits of our Tablets. y '""' !?innrfi aI?i"i!c k,nLV,""ir,'lbORh'nl,,ncunofto,orc,nreo'hout'ekdOWl..w. ...,,......, n..u ... u trill .Hn.Hi.,.i-4.- .( Double' Chloride nf (Told Tahfofc urn w mumm . . mo urniro ior iujiauu-- in rrom 3 toB dnyn. Perfectly linrm ,uiuuHirii BiuiBinoKingorciiowiDginarcvuays. .TJ-- 7 m mm mr mim t : rstts """" P. T 1 'IV m: m, 0L rut-ur- . 1 !W Hill's Tablets. 1 1 1 buck-groun- d, IttmkJmam X" m t& 1 "ih WLLt ti 1 livnotlf-rnilnnll- I THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO.. MMMMftlMMM'l disci-pline- HARD TIMES OVER conversa-tloii'iiiterchiiuge- d GOOD TIMES ARE HERE CHRONIC KICKERS - ini-meii- 1 For-akc- Low Prices World's Fair 1 w Geo. Yeakel & Co., !.. I 1 - " DIRECTORY. vis-itor- 'o cher-'ishe- p. i lf Ham-blet- wo' st st w.e-1- 1 n W. L. DOUCLAS S3 SHOE ww ,wtmni'.50 Hui2Sl . .utn l75 t- nd 9 PILES jggBW Mpyw'ui'ji wiwywui Fjr Tjn-'- - ww-- t, KTT'nr'fr-nT'w-'W- fi fir 13 W" mmjv jr "1 HE HRK.eKmNPLlI3em J ames TV NELWB, r i & V r ! VI s y tf The Joints and muscles aro so lubrlcat ed by Hood's Snrsaparllla that all rlicu, "M matlBin and stillness soon dienppcrirp Evaporated pears Sulz r's. & Get only Hood's. Clayton Crosson was a little bitter yes-- 1 Dubnuy l'nye, n well known nnd faOLOVERPORT, KY. terdny. mous steward, who used to run on the Hein'z new preservts can't be bent old Tarnscon in tho palmy days of the aMBrEstiintitoH furumlitl on npplicuti Sulz-r'- s. river trade, died at his homo in Ix)uls-vill- e Oct., l!7tli at tho ago of 80. EveryZaeli Hnrdln, of Louisville, Is nt homo to-morrto'-da-y. body who has over traveled on tho old on a visit. Tarnscon will remember this polito and AT LAW, Now Bllver prunes and french prunes accomodating old darkey and will bo It is an optical peculiarSulzer's. Room 47 Trust Building, sorry to lenru of his death. If you want puro fresh randies cull nt ity that some people can Judgo J, A. Murray qualified yesterLOUISVILLE, KY. tho City Bakery. day ns Receiver of tho Clovcrport Oil not look at ah' Sweet applo elder just from the press nnd Cool compony nnd tho Breckenridge at the City Bakery. of lines withCompany, limited, and has now full Rev. M. Burgess and w'ifespent several charge of nil tho property nnd franchises out being affected undays hero last week. of tlio company. All persons having HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. pleasantly. Ribbons in all their charm of color business with the Company must transX)feAII builneis Entrusted to my hand given it 'i Totes unit pruinpt ntid ciirclul attention, act it with him as ho has exclusivo concollected and prompt returns imuli-- . Send and quality ot Sulzer's. me your business. It seems that everybody is wearing trol nhder the order' of court. Sulzer's cloaks this year. THE BEST TYPE WRITER. Report of Gloyerport High School A golden opportunity to trado silver Deeds, Mortgages ami nil legal iiistru-inent- a dollars for groceries for the Month Ending Novemot Sulzer's. drawn and copying done in tlio ber 3, 1803. II. Winchell, Kirk, was over to see best ttylo. his father, Levi Winchell, Sunday. Number girls enrolled 118 V. G. Babbage, Att'y, 117 That Seal oil shoo dressing beata any- Number boys enrolled H. ni)i Nsiiuiid, Ky. Wholo number pupils IKM s. thing you ever saw for tho money nt Average daily attendance 202 News. " absenco " 12 Brown Leghorns ond Laced Wyan-dotte- s And General Furnishings, CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS Per cent of nttendanco .... 04 for sale. B. A. Parks, Clifton WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1893. 3!) Number cases tardiness Mills, Ky. "WHITE CORNER." Submitted for your Inspection by Number visitors 32 Skillman & Co. have laid a brick pave, , ii LOCAL BREVITIES. itou, ok iio.n'ok, iinm school derart- lotjis-viijIjBinent in front of their tobacco warehouse MRNT. J r--s on Wall street. CliriBtmas Sulzer's. Sns Are .Agreeably -- A5jr( Third year Nellie Simons, Forest Boys, you had better get n pair of Cooking figs Sulzer's. Moorman. Dazzling (in (" tlioso bargain boots nt Sulzer's while Currants In bulk Sulzer's. Second yeo,r Mabel Carson Olivia STEPHENSPORT. LOOKOUT, you hnvo n chance. Fallon, Mary Ryan. Gloves to fit any pajws) Sulzer's. Variety j As the weather grows colder the de Mr. S. II. Dlx, and wife ve still quito Mr. Armsted Watlington went to Louis-vill- o First year Marion Bowmer, Ernest P. 8. Miller went to Owensboro MonQuality , mand for winter clothing increases get Boyd, Willio Mullen, Ladosca to havo his eyes examined and to day. v May, ill. 'a pick now Sulzer's." Brown McCubblns is quite sick at pres- purcliRso him a pair of gold spectacles. Austin Popham, Pearl Perrigo, Herbert Doughnuts every Saturday at tlio City and Price. Out-Fittcr- s." Mr. Robert French and his brother, Mrs. G. S, Dowell and Mrs. llettie Reidcl, Albert Solbrig, A. B. Skillman, ent. Bakery.' Mrs. M. Blaln is in Louisville this Henry, went to Louisville Sundav with McCans, .Big Spring, nro visiting her Jesso Willis, James Witt, Hnrry Ham-maMrs. Harry Weaver went to Louisville week. n drovo of hogs. daughter, Mrs. D. S. Shelly. Monday. Miss Emma Mosloy was homo SaturMiss Esther Haynes was tho guest of GI.AMMAH DEPARTMENT. The election is now over, conio in and There was not a disturbance in town get the biggest bargain you , Mrs. Eva Basliom Saturday and Sunday. Sixth year Mamie White Clnra Hard- day and Sunday. ever saw' yesterday. " Mrs. Harrison Dowell is the guest of Miss Daisy Watlington was tho guest in, Robert Witt, Kenneth Ferry, Lena in men's dress suits Sulzer's her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Payne. of her aunt ut Clifton Mills Saturday and The men's outfitters, Sulzer's nro right Hamrann. jur. JonnsonjJcan, oi uiendeanc, reMrs. Ben Lay was in Clovcrport, Sunday. !n it on fits. Fifth year Ella Abl, Charles Babbago turned Monday from a visit to bis son Hawesvillo and Cannelton last week. Tho hunters of Louisville, aro taking Sulz r, tlio grocer, is no cliiuken but Godman, living on Green river. Florence Cottrell, Joe D'Huy, Joo FalMrs. Frank Ferry, of Cloverport, came all our game. lon, Nellio Gregory, Lillio London, Jenho luu fresh eggs. The hungry man is willing to take up to attend church hero Saturday and Mr. Polk, of Polk's Untrnm nnm,f n lion. Henry Mason, of Evansville, was eyerybody's part especially if tlio table nie London, Sallio Lightfoot, Adelia Sunday. night with E. French last week. Moorman, Eliza May, Bertie McGavock, in the city Saturday. is spread with Sulzer's delicacies. Mrs. Jos. Severs and sister. Miss Pink Ella Popham, Moorman Willis, Mary . Figured dress goods figured down to Over tho hill to the poorbouso may bo Jarboe. Ricketts, of Union Star, were in town Teachers Association. lowest prices nt Sulzer's. your song but over to our store to get Thursday. The Union Star Magisterial District INTEllMEDtATE DEPAKMEXT Four points in your fitvor stylo, qual- tin overcoat is more popular Sulz'-r's- . Miss Anna Bassctt returned from Association will convene in tho Public Fourth year Wilbern Hommon, Sol-li- e ity, fit and price Sulzer's. Evansville last week to remain with her school building nt Union Star, on SaturDr. E. M. Wntkins, Hawesyllle, was Swaggot, John Wildcnkin, Clias. Zir-ke- l, aunt, Mrs. Roland Smith. day, Nov. 18, 189X Every teacher in Florence McCoy hos been appointed hero Saturday representing tho whole- David May, Grace Plank, Isadoro Mr. Gus Shellman was ablo to accomp- this district is expected to bo drug house of W S. Johnson. Hen Popham, Ireno Jnrboe, Edmund sale at West Point, Ky. present. Wroe, any his wife to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Teachers from other parts of tho county Born, Nov. 2, to tlio wife of J. W. derson. Ida Hampton Geo. Hook, of Hardlnsburg. aro respectfully invited to attend. No Wo nro breaking all past records in boy. Pate, McQundy, n fine Third year Mary S.imploy, David Bro. Moboly, from Owensboro, filled program Is given; but eacli teacher must Voters like the secret ballot raoro and Indies' cloaks. If you havo to get a cloak Murray, Willo Abl, Moudo Witt. tho appointment for B. A. Copass, of toko port in tlio discussions that ariso in more every election. It has come to hero is your chanco for a special bargain. I'ttlMARY DEPARTMENT. Louisville, at the Baptist church Satur- tho Association. Sulzer's. stay. Second year James Furrow, Woardn day. OwK.V CUNNIXCIIIAM, You will find well, made cloaks and Graham, Carlton Gregory, Gertio Couch, Genuine open ki'ttlo Somo of our boys went to Romo Saturwinter wraps for ladies, misses and chil- Bessie Long, Maggie Wroe. New Orleans mdlosses new lot Sul- day night to attend a ball and on their Stephensport, Ky., Nov. 4, 1893. dren in latest styles but at inexpensive First year Bertie Downs, Everett way home found troublo to cross the zers. prices at Sulzer's. Zirckle, Arthur Gregory, Louis London, river In the tog. Our M. D. said one old Mrs. Tucker, wife of Jeeso Tucker,( No sooner than Carter Harrison It's hard on tho baker but tho people Willio Long, Leo Laslie, Roy Mattlngly, rooster was thoughtful enough to crow murdered by n crank, another ono was Garfield, died Saturday night. She was in will have Fleishman's yeast ite so easy Roscoo Mayhall, Ben O'Brien, Fannie and pilot tbom home. What a fino thing Now otk mado a straight dlvo for (iO yevrs old. DOTS young Gould. Ho didn't get him, but to havo light rolls ever day try a pack-ag- o Gray, Josio Berry. it is that roosters sometimes crow at (jould s hoir went F. Seifred lias moved his confectionary all tho wrong way in J. H. Looan, Supt. this week Sulzer's. night, only when a boy wnnts to stay nn instant, just tho same. to tho old bank building on tho upper late with his best girl. Mr. R. S. Caitor, who lives about two M side of the creek. NEW BETHEL. miles from this city lost last Sunday (two You had better get a pair of those CONSTANTINE. ago) two fino mules. They were bargain shoes at Sulzer's before Jack weeks Items ? Yes. killed by a west bound passenger train. Mr. J. B. Whitworth is on tlio sick list Frost gets your toes. Mr. P. Lyons was tho guest of Mrs, C. this week. .. ..r. The agent of tlio Texas at Guston, was -l 1 Beauty, quality and price sell our This morning that "chilly feel, .; Mr. F. Mercer went to Leltchfield last ... robbed last Friday night of $100 in cash. Hendrick Sunday. clothing. Style, variety nnd elegance ing?' If it did, hero's comfort for Mr. Charles Adkisson went to Clover-po- rt Wednesday. It was taken from under his head while not charged for Sulzer's. you in our. Miss Galloway, of Evliegb, is visiting Wednesday last. ho was asleep in his room. lie thinks Mr. w. 11. linnuy, of Union btar, was ho was drugged. Miss Letisliia Adkisson went to" Hard-insbu- Mrs. Geo. Heyser. in town yesterday tlio guest ot his Quito a crowd attended prayer meetlast Wednesday. The friends nnd relatives of Mr. and daughter, Mrs, C. S. Crosson. ! ing Sunday night. Mrs. T. L. Cnley will be pleased to learn Mr. Roland Wadlington was tho guest . Nice warm and comfortable underProf. Hall visited his brother near that their littlo daughter, Lucy, who has of his best girl the 8th inst. wear that is underwear extra value Evleigh Saturday and Sunday. been very sick at Henderson for the past Mrs. Bcttie Hawkins was the guest of for little money bco Sulzer's. Drizzle, drip or pour, Let the Mr. Ida Hays, of Rinoyvillc, was in week is recovering slowly. Mrs Mary Barnes Monday. rain como as it may. With a town Tuesday ond Wednesday. Stewart Young, of the Ohio River salt a lie sun, tuo moon, tlio stars or a Master James F. W. Barnes went to works, Brandenburg, passed down on woman's tonguo may ceaso to move luuuKiiuosu ot me ngnt Kind, you Dr. J. S Moorman, of Vino Grove, is Hardinsburg last Saturday. can bo safely careless of tho wet. tho train Monday to Owensboro. in town this week on business. but d.op n packago of Fleishman's yeast Wo keep the right kind. Miss Hattio Lyons was tlio guest of "When you buy our clothing they'aro in a batch of dough and it never ceases Dr. D. B, Lewis, of Bluo Boll, is hero Miss Cora Jordan Sunday last. o . right in style reasonable in price visiting his daughter, Mrs. Heyser. to move until it gets to tlio top of tho Master Bon Millor was tho guest of his quality perfect in fit. Sulzer's pan Sulzer's. Miss Corrio Johnson, of Hudson, was cousin, Dennis Miller, Sunday. Mrs. George Greer, who has been visGlen-deantho guest of Miss Mattio McGudin ThursJesso Moorman and Geo. Willis, Miss Jennio Barnes was tlio guest of day. iting friends and relatives atlndianapolis ; have sold their crops of tobacco 'I for several weeks, returned homo Mon- to L. Robinson & Bro., at $5.50 and $5.00 Miss Bcttie Hendrick lost Sunday. . Mr. Robert McGufiln, of Buros, was in Nover such a demand for them. day. Mr. John and Milton Squires drove n town Wedncsda" looking after his propround. Theso uro the first Bales of the See if wo haven't got just tho kind Jf you can't get u political plum from new crop we have heard of in tho coun- nice lot of cattle away Tuesday morn- erty. Washington you can console yourself ty. Thoy were very fino crops and of ing. Mrs. O. C. Weymuth, of Rinoyville, is you want. with some of those flue canned plums at the Burley variety. Mr. Jesse Hawkins attended the debate visiting her mother, Mrs. West, this Sulzer's. Murray Post, No. 10 G. A. It. held n and speaking Saturday night at Ilito's week. Mrs. Josio Stephens, of Bowling Green, business meeting in this city Saturday Run. Our blacksmith's hammer was heard ! and master Leo Cowles, of Henderson, for the purpose of securing memorial What has becotno of the Ekron corres- to ring in his shop ono day last week nro the'guesta of Mrs. S. It. Berry nnd badges and providing for the election of pondent. Como out ond give an account which created quito a sensation in our Mrs. U. G. Hill. officers in December. This post has a of yourself. littlo villiago. Mink, Seal, Marten, Persian and Wo havo fit others wo cnu fit you, membership of about 1C0 enrolled witli Miss Annie Mercer, who is attending Misses Lctishia Adkison and Adelia other favorite Furs aro shown in out with a now overcoat this winter. 45 working members. Capt. Win. A hi Atwood went to Cloverport shopping ono school at A'iuo Grovo, was tho guest of HARDINSBURG, KY. our stock. No such an assortment Come in and try ono on let's see how is tho commander. her father and mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. day last week. in town. will look. Sulzer's, it An unknown negro, who was stealing Mrs. Mary Barnes and Mrs. Nannie Mercer, Saturday and Sunday. Rev. W. K. Penrod is expected hero a rido on the pilot of the engine which Adkisson were in Cloverport shopping Mr J, L. Iloskinson contemplates DANIEL BROOKS J. 21. HARPER, J. C. BOURNE, next week. Ho will preach in tho Bap- pulled the east bound Texas train Sat- Wednesday last. innking Louisville his futuro homo. Mr. ! tist church Wednesday night Nov. 15th. urday evening, had both legs cut oil' at If you want to k?ep posted on what Iloskinson has many friends here who Let him have a good congregation. Long Branch station. The engine struck tho people of Bethel aro doing just glance will regret very much to see him leave. BROOKS & CO , Mrs. J. II. Worthan, of Hardin county, n cow nnd this caused the negro to lose at these items. Ono of our ydung men took a pleasure Wo nover had such a run on returned last week from n visit to her his balance and fall across the track in Miss Mary Adkisson and Mr. James trip in the Bums neighborhood last SatCloaks. It has been almost daughter, Mrs. C. C. Moorman, of Da- front of tho engine Seaton were the guests of Miss Etnmn urday and Sunday. He has been unto keep tho stock up. But viess county. Mrs. Moonnon accompanMr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Miller, of near Seaton Sunday. usually quiet this weok. Ho is' often CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. wo'll bo ready for any emorgoncy ied her home. Hordinsbttrg, attended the General AsMadnmo rumor says there will bo a seen standing alono as if his memory Big lot just received by Peter Miller nnd Frank Boyd leave sociation of Baptists which met at Leb wedding in tills neighborhood some tinio and imagination was indulging in a BOURBON STOCK YARDS Wednesday for Owensboro to enter tlio anon two weeks ago. They were tho in tho near future. expre&i. Never beforo in the histLOUISVILLE, KY. thousand devious, wonderings recalling ory of the cloak trado, so far as wo Int. Rov. service. Frank will bo located guests while there of Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Mrs. Mary E. Lyons nnd little daughttho distant shadow of departed tinio and know basso much of elegance and atVniontown, the largest distillery in Brlcken.who treated them royally They er, Ada, wero tho guests of her married sending his mind on errands to the MANHOOD RESTORED! i'i!?wnTB,rreK such a bowildcring variety of the United States. camo homo very much impressed with daughter, Mrs. Lillio Hendrick, last SunffuaruutPodtuuuruiillnPrtuusilltoaMjt.tucliBiVVviikMnmurr.laiinfUriilii futuro. At times ho seems to become I'owBr,lUolacbo.yttkotulnci.I,oitliihooa,NlMliiljKuiliSlon.NorTouii. styles been shown. J. G. Stephens had a Silver crown colt Lebanon and tho kindness of the people day. noM.nlldrulnaandlOMOf so completely abstracted from the scenes uncrliiUenratlvoOrviiii of cltbcr fcoxcauncd or oreroxertlnn, you thful errura, eicunslre uro of tobacco, opium or foaled on the 15 Oct., forty inches high, generally. 9 It Is rumored that Mr. Mark Brown is nrountf as to forget where ho Is and 'niuiuptlonor InnnnUr. Can lie in rent pocket. HI per box, U (or W.1, bj runll prepaid. Willi n 8.". carried ws black with mealy points. Dam Black order Mr. D. MvGrlillth, n woll known and to bo married to Miss Jeanie Williams, almost looso consciousness of being. Wo Riven written Biinriintrntnriirenrrrriiixl the miner. Sold brail clruirirlltB. Aak forlt- - tiikii nnntliep. Wrlln furrr., Marii ii it..nfe ... ..,.... Flpronco of Sims big jack by Importer honorable citizen, of Owensboro, died at the bride being 14 years of ago and the think a momber of tho fair sex is the ! llktUUKiaUAMlU loliu. In plain wrapper. AadruiaM'.ltVlIHKKIl JO..MaiouloTonitln.cinrr..r cause. For ittlu la Cloierpurt, k j., by A. It. KISlIKlt, and bjr O. C. MAIITIN. Urugglitt, Palermo. Who can beat it? his home iu that city last Saturday after groom 17. Married. Hess, ilcnlo & Co., n big wholesale a long illness. Mr. Griffith was the Mr. William Adkisson nnd brldo, Mrs. notion house, Louisville, failed last Sat- father of Mrs. Dr. S. S. Watkins of this Lucy, attended tho meeting nt New IiEIX CJULDS. Something entirely now in neck nmily could afford, and when tho urday, Liabilities about $100,000, assets city. Tlio Owensboro Inquirer in speak- Bethel. The bride was attired in dark, The News wus taken completely by wear for women. Thoy nro stylish purchaso of a clock was almost as about $100,000. Mr W. O. Willis, of ing of liis death says "Tho truth of the bluo, while tho groom wore the conven surprise this week by tho following note, and pretty. Cheap too. Wo serious a matter as tho purchaso of this city, represented tho firm in this adage, that when a good man dies the tional black. which nccounta for tho absenco of our show them in all colors. Don't a houso is now. There isn't any. people mourn, was never more torcibly section. of news from Guston. The protracted meeting at New Buthol regular guota fail to buy one of these if it's stylo thing very fojmidablo about the Judgo Rowlings performed tlio rights illustrated than by the death of Mr. D. was qujto n success and great good was "Brother'ls too much occupied with his and commit you nro looking for. purchaso of a clock or a watch in of matrimony on the following couples M, Griffith, which occurcd nt his home accomplished. There were eight convernow wife to sond any items this week. those days. Tho astonishing hing Monday. J. W. iu this city early this morning. He bore sions with seven additions, six by Bapt- He nnd Miss Fannie Childs wore marat the Court-hous- g about timojkeopers now is their to Miss Susan Edmonds, J. T. a namoiionored in the history of Da- ism and ono by restoration. Rev. Jos. ried lost Thursday at 5 o'clock p. m, by Frakes cheapness, variety and excellence. ! Frakcs to Mrs. Ella Hines, Henry Brown viess county, and had been personally Duggins with Rev. II. B White, as as- Rov. T. M. Howes at his parlor on 4tlf Don't bo behind time. Thoro is manidentified with Owensboro and her to Mattie Storks. sistant, lubored hard to do tho good avenue, Loulsvillo. not tho least oxcuso for anytning of M. II. Fountaino k Co , grocers who ifold business industries for over half a Master's work, which our Lord assigned ,Tho above refors to our very genial tho kind, when you cjin. buy a From tho top to tho bottom of No ono was moro widely them, Rov. White did most of tho and clover correspondent Harry Boll moved from Holt to Louisville last century. watch or clock for a trifle- spring nnd went into tho grocery busi- known or beloved, and the pagu on which preaching and greatly endeared himself than whom a better or moro worthy list thoro isn't a worthy qualtho You will bo surprised at our low ness in that city, made an assignment is recorded the story of his long useful to both church and community, which young man nover took on tho rights of a ity missing. prices on watches and clockg. Vo for the benefit of their creditors lost lifo, is ono that may bo read and studied was evidenced by the manner ho benedict. Wo congratulato you Harry also Jiavo a nice lino of jowolry, Monday. Tlio ossigneo is II. T. Kendall. with profit by the younger generation of was remunerated for his services. It is if you did sneak up on us and cut iH out Bilvorwaro, spectaclos, mimical inAssets aro about $2,400 with liabilities a business men who are growing up in pleasant to meet many good friends and of a real first class item. struments ot vory reasonable prices Wo wish you and your lovely brido a littlo less. Dull trade and inability to our city." bo with them, but sad, sad is the parting. Ropairs promptly and neatly Wo shall all meet once to part no moro, long, happy and prosperous life, that collect outstanding debu is glvon as the Mnny Persons ItVyour' owti fault If you uro dono. cause of tho failure. Tho news will be Aro fcsken down from overwork or hoojliolJ Tho pcopto gladdened his heart by pay- many little bells may como to you time, Thoro was a timo when ing him $18.60 for his faithful work. All to brighten and cheer your household received with regrot by their many Brown's Iron IMttors . N. . rebuilds the system, all digestion, remove ex friends 1q this section. tho praise bo to God for his blessings. nnd comfort you in your old ngo. ono watcli was about all a whol cm of tile, and cure malaria. Get the genuine. CLOVERPORT, ivi. JLewis, IT T OLOVHRPOH, rr R. Do these 0 Now boanti nt Buyer's, It was a quiet election. Contractor Builder. A is ow Robert E. "Woods, ATTORNEY GONSTABLR LEE BISHOP, procrastination. Don't put off for what you can do It is no use waiting until the snow is on the grqund and then rush to Winter's for a Siiit'or Overcoat buy now and be prepared, for a sudden blast from the Northwest. We were never better prepared than now, with a big stock and hardtime prices., THIEF Lines Dazzle Your Eyes? But the Lines in Dress Goods, Cloaks, Wraps, Sul-zor'- Breckenridge Julius Winter & Co., Blanket S zzr. 1 n. Let us have the pleasure of showing you lines that Please. post-mast- MISS Boots & Mi Shoes Vice-Preside- Did it Catch. You? ii s r 11 Jttariy to oea ana eany to rise, "W- 1.11 rg Mind your business and tell ho lies, Mackintoshs Don't get druuk or deceive your wives; Pay your debts and grow wise The best assortment under, the 'skies' Can be found at Boots and Shoes of every size reli-abl- e, Fur Trimmings! Furs B. F. BEARD & COS. Cloaks B0UENE, HARPER, Commission Salesmen, of Live Stock Ice Wool w&SLA&am A J& ttlm-ulnnt-a, Dress Goods m" W. H BEHIND TIME. bo-hi- Bowmer & Son. F. D'HUY, KY. - i .1 . V"" tpfyw &&& jjh ;. "vZS-"- J'RH" I j j" HwmuMfft"' . .v.. . 0 yjnmnimin,pw iiwr " ' - -- " ..pi .... . 5BWS!'BHi GLiOVElRLPOR.T, KY. i sm ..ayfcMtfajiMM '.ifCTsnrnn if7rvi ''jwwa EEZEzaEESirass1? 6 wtnnHm THR BRRGKRNRIDGR NEWS, Biiown Foitsiikk Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. NOVUM JJtill 8, 1SU3. WHAT KEN.TUCKIANS SAY LODIBURG. We luiVo had novo ml l.nnl frosts. Success to the News it la nlways n come viHltor. wel- "' Mr. J. At oiio o'clock on tho evening of the 18th of last mouth nl the home of tho bride near Salem, Mr. Jim Brown, of near Highland church, and Miss Sallio Fousheo were united in tho holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. Judsou Willett officiating. The following day a reception h was given at Mr. and Mrs. William Brown's, the home of the groom. Far-lelg- ABOUT THE k2 ELECTRO-POIS- Kleinhans k Simonson's Proclamation ed I F. Payne went to tho World's Fair last week. Mr. Joo Stewart will soon move on the Ja-s- . farm near Holt. Mr. Henry Hardtu was very sick last week, Homo better at this timo. Mr. Sam ItoberUon has bought him n now waon with patent brakes. Uashain & Hanlin will commenco making whisky the first of November. Mr. J. 11. Avitt's lino saddlo horbedied tho othnr day with tho distemper. Miss Ida Avitt was visiting her sister, Mrs. I'.ters, of Concordia, last week. Little Annio Lee, the littlo daughter of B. F. Hardin, was very sick last week. Revs. Bowels and Hook are holding a protracted meeting at Clifton Mills this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin wero visiting her mother, Mrs. Clnthn Payne, last Week. Mr. Albert Bennett, Sample, stayed all night with Mr. J. II. Avitt, one night Having failed to get a bid to either tho wedding or infair, I am not prepared to expatiate on the costumes worn on tho happy occasion, nor the good cheer offered at the festive board. Cupid has again taken up his abodo in this vicinity and says that wo may to hear of another wedding soon. Ho even points his finger in tho direction from whence wo aro to hear the wedding bells. Please don't slight me. Say, Isn't it amusing to watch u young man cling to a young lady's apron string until the bridegroom steps In and takes her by tho arm, and as he walks off to have tho marriago ceremony performed looks back over his shoulder at the young man and says to him: "A vaunt! sou ot toil. Oil with you you lovo-eicto Leethe's fabled stream where in its dark aud all forgetful waves your blight ed heart may bathe and change Its ox-pe- ct k socks. "Tim mountain wns In labor And brought forth it ridiculous mouse." last wekik. Betty Payne and Bobbie Hardin attended preaching at Clifton Mills MIsm s lastSti'iday. Mr. tind Mrs. Tom Shaw, of Hancock county, were visiting friends in tho valley la week. Mi'm Blanche Basham, our ecliool teacht-- i at Walnut Grove, paid her moth. er a vMt last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Avitt and Mrs. Avitt ero visiting Mr. Nellie Claycomb near Irvmgton last week. Mr. Win. Avitt and daughter, Mrs. Annit West, wero visiting Mrs. Henry Peter, of Concordia, last week. Mi& Blanche Basham has the praise of tcachii g the best school that lias been taugh at Walnut Grove for ten years. Tht io is more shipping done from Lodibitrg than any other point on the L. St. L. T. between Cloverport and t Lou-vill- e. W. . Gibson and family were visiting pareDM, Mr. and Mis. Gus Gibson, of Clovetort, last Sunday, Monday and Tucsi.iy. Mr. fas. Skilhnan carries a hatchet in his o rcoat pocket for the purpose of trimiu ng out tho road when ho goes to see hi best girl. Mr Owen Keys is doing quite an bwiness at this place for Jolly & He had several wagons runHens ning st week. Mr I. II. Avitt has worked his road oneai' I two days each week every since Augu ',. Think it will take until Christmas get through. Tin neighborhood was well supplied with mdidates last Thursday. Two of them Mr. Jas. Miller and Mike Miller, stae all night with J. H. Avitt. Mr. John .Slaton with Mr. Knott and A. Urielwith Mr. W. J. Keys. On ist Friday morning as Mr. Jonas Wits i was trying to find Union Star. He w i seen near Jos. Aters, when the jack i .at belongs to F. M. Basham brayed, 'was was seen to stop and listen, then e shouted, tho first man I have hean hollow for mo yet. I want to see him i. id he started for Bashaui's in a trot. On ast Thursday as Mrs. Bettie Arga-brig- l. and Mrs. Annio West were coining from Payni'sville, they found a horse colla by the way. It was not a very good no, so they did not bring it homo with tern, 'tut Io and behold when they went unharness their horse at home the c lar was gone, so they had to go back le next morning and get their collar t !y saw by the wayside. Watch your ollar the next time ladies. ex-len1 ". - 1 this is what you call being "in it" arn't it? I have nlways heard that .Baptists held close communion but I thought it was held inside of the church, not on tho doorstep. If that little coloquy did not pertain to olitical affairs, why did the posessor of that document make it so conspicuous? And dare you say that there was no gathering on the doorstep on account of said document, when name after namo was taken down right at the door of the left entrance to the church? Can you say that there wasn't any names taken down on said document at the church if you door, or while on the door-sto- p please amongst a gathering? If so, I um bound to say that you are n falsifier. And right hero let me say that if the populists of Meade county succeed in electing Elisha Ashcraft, it doesn't sig nify that the whole world are fools. If I am a fool for being a democrat, I a in happy to say that I have plenty of company. And will say further that If I had to depend on Mr. Ashcraft or Mr. Populist, If you please, pulling mo out of "the mud" I would cry out with a mighty voice; "Save Lord! or I perish " I have heard that one of Mr. Ashcraft's followers said that if I "didn't mind 1 would get njyself in it," also heard that disparaging epitaphs had been used against mo for tho interest I had takeu in the Hardin Ashcraft campaign, coming from tho source it does, it makes one tremble to think what the result would be under the same circumstances if his home had been cast in our sister state. But happily, I am a native born reared, and still living in :i land where foe meets foe, face to face in broad daylight; where ho can lie down and pass away the dark hours in peaceful slumber without his dreams being disturbed by visions of prowling around his home; the "best citizens stalk not on a hideous errand after the sun has gone down on his wrath; where Ken-tuckiabush-whacke- The Electropolse has been u posltivo J. II. Lindcnbrrgnr, benefit to mo. President Merchants' National Bank, Louisville. My confldcnco in tho Elcclrupoisu grows stronger the( moro I boo it. Rev. W. W. Evans, Carroltoti. I look upon tho JCIectrqpolso 03 tho means Grid 'has given us to cure diseases' in accordance with nature's laws. Miss Susan Edge, Lexington Nothing has ever helped 1110 so much. W. T. Matheuy, Lexington. Do not hesitate to recommend the Electropolse. W. G. Graham, Lexington I am astonished at its work. Huury Gilbert, Lexington. Tho Elcctropoiso will cure many cases of disease whore nothing clso will. It has worked like a charm iu my family. Rev. Geo. II. Means, Covington. It Js certainly a wonderful Instrument, nnd it is more wonderful how it does its T .E. 0. Brinloy. Work, yet It docs-it- . (The veteran plow manufacturer of tho South), Louisville Tho Electropoiso has been such a useful thing about tho houso that wo can Frank F. Waller, not do without it. Lawrenceburg, formerly New Castle. Several of my acquaintances have much benefit from the uso of the Electropolse. J. Guthrio Coke, Russcllvillo. Tho 'poise has cured mo of kidney and J. P. Savage, liver trouble. 511 E. Gray street, Louisville. The Electropolse has been a great relief to me. Rev. T. B. Miller, Russellville. The Electropoise lias proved a great boon to me. E. Crocket, Cliristiauburg. I would rather have an Klcctropolso than Hot Springs fui Rheumatism. A. K. Marshall, North Fork. It is small but great. T. A. Dowden, Frauklintown. There is wonderful good In it. J. S. Callaway, Smith field. Thn wonder-workin- g gem. Rov. W. F. Wyatt, Morning View. I speak advisedly about the wonder working of the Electropolse as 1 have practiced medicine many years. Rev. I). II. Mariuion, Pittsburgh, Ky. do-riv- we promised fourteen years ago that as our volume of business increased, our prices should go lower, and have kept our faith competition tooth and nail throug the with the people and fought high-handlong and eventful war, we this year inaugurate our Pall Campaign by a goneral marking of prices all through the store TEN PER CENT. LOWER viKtvin than last year, and 25 per cent, lower than any other house in the South. HifU3AS2 on our labor Wo can afford to do this and still make a fair profit as the skilled and alert buyers of our eight great branches and connections in Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit, and other cities stand ready at all times with cash .0 buy stocks thrown on tho market at fabulously low prices, giving us enormous advantages, such as no house on the continent outside of our combination of scores possesses or can possess. WHEREAS, T v V OVERCOATS. Beautifully fitting Meltons, in every desirable color, Block Cheviots; former prices $f2 to 314; our price now $10 Tho King of Kerseys, excellently well made; former price $15 to $10; $12 our price now Gracofully mado Kersy Overcoats, both regular and extra length ; former prices $18 to ?20 ; our prico $15 now Tho ever popular English Ker our sey; former prices $20 to price now 3i $'-'2; CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. Our stock of Clothing for Children and boys is 1 'rices tno .Lowest on the Continent. WARM SUITS. and Homespun Suits, very neat former prices $12 to $14; our prico now the LargcBt and Loveliest Our Great COMBINATION SUITS for the little fellows are tho talk of the State. They are matchlessly made of per-ftmaterial, with doublo seats nnd keen and scams, and 1111 extra pair of Pants und a Hat go with every Suit. Tho hi st values for ?6 mothers ever saw or dreamed of. SAVE less Shoes for tho family nt Hats for Men than you pay at other stores Boys and Children at the lowest prices on earth. Our display of Furnishings, Gloves and Umbrellas unsurpassed. Send for illustrated catalogue. one-third $5 MAMMOTH $10 MONi'.V Buy Buying MAMMOTH at the COKE and BUY at the Worsted Sulfa mndo handsomo styles; former prices $15 lo $1(; our prico now $12 Dark Double and Twist Cassl-morformer prccs $18 to $20; our price now $15 Sawyers world - praised former pricts $20 to $22; our price now $18 d Cassimcres: Imported former prices $22 to $25; our prico now $20 Cassi-mersSilk-mixe- e; . MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY. NEW FALL CATALOGUE NOW READY. KLEINHANS MAMMOTH & SIMONSON, a SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY, Market St., Bet. 4th and 5th, Louisville, Ky.' Did you ever hear of a steward who would not allow a member of his church to make his preacher n present? I did once. Wonder if lie thought what eiH ct that would make on a preaehi r who did not want to go to his circuit. CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! jtffiw "W 2oo&2s.opEROAY. RATES: IN BERLIN. If you will send your name or that of Bomo invalid friend we will send you copies of letters from fie above parties and from hundreds of ot'ien; peoplu you know from every s ction of this and other States testifying to tho curative powers of tho Elcctropoiso. Address DuBOIS A WEB 11, Louisville, Ky. McDANIELS. Dr. Henry Board was here at church Sunday Ask Mr. Ixm Galscock if ho is very fond of marmalade. Bob Parsons and J. Nick Mercer returned Monday from tho World's Fair. Mr. Dan Hicks would like to know why Mr. Tom Bradley is so very fond of beef. Mr. B. has visited.atMr. Horaco Hunter's again, and again, wonder what can bo the attraction? Mr. Jim Rhodes gave a daucc at his home last Saturday afternoon in honor of his son, Chester's birthday. Mr. Sam. Henninger, of West View, attended church hero Sunday. Hiulittle son is sick at Mr. II, Hunter's. Rev. J. Galloway, of Hardin Springs, attended church hero Saturday and preached at Cave Spring Sunday. Mrs. Tom Daniel and daughter, Leila, of Cloverjiorl, aro visiting friends and relatives hero this week nnd last. Rev. Buchanan of tho Baptist church, will commence a series of meeting hero Monday after tho first Sunday in December. We are glad to be able to report Mrs. Willie Coke convalescent. She visited at Dr. Hart's and the patronage Wednesday. Rev. E. N. Metcalfe has taken timo by the forelock. He has made a fine onion bed, planted them yesterday, they wero up this morning, cause, chickens. Somo of the friends of Rev. CundifT met Tuesday and sawed and hauled n nico lot of wood to tho parsonage, for which tho "parsonago folks" are thankful. Tho Misses Hall, of Cavo Spring, attended church hero Sunday, spent the night at Mr. Tom Parsons. Miss Eliza Parsons returned homo with them on Monday. Dr. Hart is erecting a flno barn this week. His friends, especially the insurance company, hope that ho will btfinoro fortunate with this than ho was with its predecessor. Rev. B. A CundifT and daughter, Miss Lelia, are visiting his sister and daughter, in Butler county, this weok. Miss Lulia will spend the winter with her sis tor, Mrs. Bolsseau. Tho revival at tho M. E. church South at this place, closed Sunday night One or two converted, one tanctlfied, sovoral reclaimed and a great many sinners converted. Ono of the good efforts of the meeting was tho settling of n family fued of long standing. There was a card on tho blblo at church Sunday night tolling where ''puro whisky" could ho bought. Bro. CundifT treated it with the contompt it deserved. You know it Is written in the first chapter of Job that "When tho sons of God camo to prtscnt themselves before the Lord and Satan came also among them," Now, no ono would think of calling tho fellow who put tho card there, Satan ho would bo too smart to do such a .thing Yet It wvs certainly tho spirit of Satan that prompted the act. Among the incident of stand out in bold relief, as our memory reverts to the days when we wero young, none are mote prominent than severe sickness. Tho young mother vivh'ly remembers that it was Chamberlains Cougli Remedy cured her of croup, and in turn administers it to her own offspring nnd always with the best results. For sale by A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. childhood that The telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report thu outbreak of cholera anew, in Beilin, 03 coses and 10 deaths belug -- Y Short Talks. Henry Tate, Tpbinsport. Irish pota-to- t s are very short this season. Notmoro than a fourth of a crop In my neighborhood. Jus. T. Skillman Tho best thing I saw at tho World's Fair was Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. I wouldn't have missed it for $o. Davis Young. I fed my wheat to hogs this year and got $1 a bushel for It. It is a better feed than corn. Have 400 bushels on hand now. Sowed 40 acres this" season. Ignoranco of tho merits of DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers is a misfortune. These littlo pills regulate the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, constipation and billiousness. A. 11. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardins-lrK- . "The mill of God grinds slowly Though they grind exceedingly small With patience lie t.mdi walling With exactnesss grinds c all." In closing let me call the attention of the readers of the News to Rev. White of Leitchfield, who is ttio pastor of High- Qu o an exciting scene at Ixxliburg one (I y last week. As Joo Stewart and Sam I obcrtson were putting tho roof on the n w building of A M. Hurdin'B, the Bcaffc 1 erected for tho purpose of standing oi, gave way and fell Robertson and ewart saved themselves by hanging t the eve of tho house and getting on to . It was some time before the boys it over their scare. They saved them lives by climbing and afterwards danci I a hornpipe. Fo-sid- land church. I referred to him in tho letter which called forth the display of party feeling from Brandenburg. If Rev. White says that I have prevaricated then I have nothing else to say. I am not a member of any church, though I believe in a supremo being, and God forbid that I ever connect myself with any church until I can have self control enough to cast ofl' political idols. I desiie to say that it will take something more serious than Capt. Gross and John Hardin's defeat to take the smile off of my faco for honestly I believe tho world will still wag if Elisha Ashcraft is defeated but goodbye to tho Third party. It would be like killing the leader of a gang of wild geeso. Now Elisha, before closing I wish to ask you a civil question, don't intend to ask you if your grand-mothe- r wasn't a monkey, oh no, but this Is the question I want to put to you: Wasn't you in the church at the time those names were being signed to tho document on the doorstep of the church ? reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera Is among thu alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles assume an importance beyond the ordinary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, colic and cramps, wind on the stomach, flatulHeadquarters for ency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a bad condition of tho stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should be corrected nt once. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is the igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil best medicine 1 over used for pains; for by tho Barrel, Plaster Hair, cramps and colic in children, ft can't be beat. For flux, It is the king." & Mr. It. L. Blenkinship, of Tooley, W. Va., has this to say: "Last April 1 had Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alan extremely sovoro attack of diarrhea ; ways kept on hand. Orders acactions of my bowels in had twenty-on- e companied by cosh prompt less than two "hours. I took threo doses It filled. of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved instantly." me Lightning Hot Drops is the safest, surest, quickest remedy ever compounded for each and all of the above complaluta. Moreover, It cures all pains, external and Internal, and is tho best safeguard known to destroy the evil effects of a change of water or diet. Pleasant to tako. Sweetened, children liko it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, at 25c, and 50c. a bottle, on tho guarantee : No relief, no pay. Try it once. CURES HOTHIHG BUT PILES. Bo not deceived. Loolc for Trade-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Made only A SURE and CERTAIN CURE by Hnrb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. known for IB years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. rnp.r.1 hj mnunnso.i bedicixk iu., st. tons. "'WSr Jouisyille, Ky. GREGORY & CO., Reapers and Mowers, BANK OP HAHDINSBURG Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $7 600. B. F. BEAHD, Freitdent. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. nt Pine Poplar Shingles Q. W. BEAHD MORRIS ESKRIDUE R. M. JOLLY. V - -- ) Dire tor F Co. TABLERS INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R. BUCKEYE. 0INTMEim TIME SCHEDULE Tnklnjr Effect At 7:00 o'clck A. U. Sunday, Juna 18, Wett Bound SG9 jtsro. si. Traint STATIONS Eatl Bound Mall & Dally IVatni M Dally M Dally 6 6 7 7 7 7 30,011 Kpr'a Hxpr's Dally 45 20 23 3d 44 Mall & Kxpr's Hxpr'. 7am 800 8 8 8 9 40 44 6U HARNED. lx)ok in SULZER'S. new-cap- A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! Positively removes BONE 8PAVIH, Ringbone, Splint, or Curb, IN 48 HOURS, 00 atjltobt. Weutherford's . Stone factory will bo in operation next week. r ' j ' Wo could not improvo tho quality if ( paid double tho price. DoWitt's Witch llann Hazel Salve is the best Salve that exand perience can produce, or that monoy can 'This buy. A. It. Fisher, Clovcrort, and case Witt A Meador, Hardinsburg. cureh How to Lire If You WU.i to I.lva I.011K. by A Asldo from tho very importunt and Meac controlling influenco of inheritance, of diet aud of temperate habits, the points to bo learned from tho few statistical SIROCCO. data attuiuablo are that longevity is promoted by a quiet, peaceful life in Frank Ixiwls has moved to Mr. Georgo and rural community, where thoru ts freedom from nervous strain und wor Gardner's. rying and excessively laborious toil. Tho MUs Ada Neafus, of Louisville, is visbusiness man, with increasing cares and iting In this vicinity. responsibilities, the mill operative toilMImj Gertie Neafus has returned from ing hard to keep together the souls aud Ijuiijvillo, where she visited friends Wiles of himself and his family, the while her father took In the World's IolUiclans, tho hardworking professional men, aro not the chief contributors to Fair. tho cauteuariau ranks. Dr. Uolyoke inMrs. Mary Mclntyro and daughter, deed became a centenarian, but his exMnry, of GrayBville, 111., are visiting Mrs. ample has rarely been followed by his Mclmyro's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Cur- professional brethren, Boston Medical rent, and Surgical Journal. Died, on tho morning of tho 25th of Wlier "Sterling" Cuiuu Vruin. lost month after an illness of two months Sterling signifies monoy from tho leMr. Jack MJIIor. galized standard of colnago of Great , On tho 1st at 0 o'clock a. in, old uncle Britain. According to one theory tho Silvester Huffman passed into tho land term originated as follows: It Is a corruption of Easterling a person from of dreams. north Germany, on tho pontiuent of I am grateful to tho Brandenburg cor- Europe, and therefore from the cast iu respondent for Jior compliment, which geographical relation to England. Tho Easterlings wero ingenious artislans coming from ono who is justly considwho came to England in the reign of ered i he brightest of tho News' corres Henry HI to refine tho silver money, and pond- nts, makes ono feel that his efforts coin thoy produced was called mon-et- a though fraught with rural felicity are not tho Eastorlingoruin tho money of the p vain. Easterlings. New York Evening Sun. 1 re-tir- d o - a lame back or for a pain in the chest, try saturating a piece of I with Chamberlain's Pain Balm tnding it onto the affected parts, reatmeut will cure any ordinary i one or two days. Pain Balm also rheumatism. 50 cent bottle for salo R. Fisher, Cloveriiort and Witt A r, Hardinsburg. Our town was flooded with drummers hiBt week. Miss Argent Mercer was the guest of Mrs. Green last week. Hov. Allen, 'presiding elder of M. E. church South, was in town last week. Mr. Ed. McGuflin, our new agent Is smitten. The attraction is down the It. K. Mr. K. Smith and family aro visiting in the neighborhood of Fair View this week. fSN Try The . 753 818 8 01 8 09 8 21 8 33 8 41 915 924 9 32 9 40 9 48 Iv.Un'n u't ..ut 12 40pm 8 45m Kentucky St. 12 25 8 30 West Point 1145am 7 62 7.43 Howard 1H0 Kock Haven 1117 7 30 Long llranch 1108 72D Ilrandcnburg 1068 722 Irvington 1030 10 22 Webster 1014 Lodlburg 1010 i'lerce 1002 St...ple Stcphcnsport 968 Addison Cloverport Shops Skillman Kkron Guston 1049 1040 714 707 668 688 6 45 6 30 960 witnoai rata. 1004 845 8 64 8 64 9 01 1010 1018 1022 1025 1033 1043 1061 1103 1111 11 IU S500 ;" For Failure or Slightest Injury. Tlil l the Creates! Wonder of thel9lb Century, astoniili. the lug, as ft entire Veterinary worU. Circulars aid Sworn Proofs Mall- - Reward le, 915 920 932 941 9 48 Holt 965 9 42 961 968 05 1021 1033 1043 1065 10 spavin ciiR ea Free. Dr. Guy Oheclnl, No. ST8 Canal St., New York. 112U 1120 1142 12 55 in 1210 1221 12 2t 1231 1238 1205pm Owensboro Griffith Hawcsville l'etrie Falcon Cavce Lew floor t Powers Pates Mattlngly 937 967 927 910 9 08 9 02 868 862 8 35 8 22 625 618 614 611 600 665 541 635 6 27 5 21 5)8 612 435 4 66 4 43 1100 1103 1110 1118 1128 1135 1160pm Repairs for .Galloway & Co's machinery have arrived nnd thoy will be ready for business soon. Mr. Frank May has just returned from Grayson county, accompanied by Miss Li.zlo Bradley. Prof. Geo. Gray has just been examined and wo think tho chances are good s for n certificate. C. D. Payno has gono to Louisville, Ixok out boys, 0. 1), has been instructed to buy a Prince Albert lor Geo. Gray. Mr. L. B. I'ayno has retired from tho stavo business und is now burning plant beds preparatory to a crop of tobacco. Tho Baptlst.church at this plnco will bo completed by Christmas, at which timo a scries o'f meetings will bo held. Z. Green A Co., nurserymen, aro doing an immense business at this placo this season. Thoy aro shipping out large ijuantitlcs of tho finest of fruit trees. Miss Beo Meyer, of Bums, has beon testing the status of the various kinds of sewing machines at this placo and prosuperior to all. nounces flrfit-clas- 4 22 7 54 417 Stanley 7 51 414 Worthlngton 7 43 4) Heads 7 35 4 01 1248 Snottsville 7 27 364 1254 7 20 lasketts 3tQ 1 10pm ar.Hendcrs'n Iv 7 05am '8 00 812 WE TELL YOU LouIsviJe.Hadns&urg&VVestern No. 2 TIME TABLE R. R. 1801. Dally No. Shirts v' r Ji '"4 At : nothing new when we Hair that It pnys to engage In a permanent, iiiot licultliy and pleiuant bul. neis, that returns a profit for every day's work. Huclf U the builiiesK we oflVr the worlcluir class. to imike money rupluly, ami We Ifitcli thein-hoguarantee every one who follows our Instructions faithfully the making uf S:i(0.00 it month. Kriry one who lake hold now und works will surely and speedily lucrennu their earnings; them cun be no question about It; others now at work are doing It. ami )ou, reader, can do the sume. This Is the best paying butluess that you have ever hiiil the chance to secure, You will luuke ft mistake If you full to glte It u trial nt once f vougrunp the situation, und act i)ulckly;you will directly llnd yourself la a most protpuous biiilnest, at which you can surely make und save large sums of money, the results of only u few hours' work will olUn equal a wetk's wages. Whether you ore old or young, man or woman. It do as wo tell )ou, nnd sucluukes no difference, cess will meet you at the very start. Neither experience or capital necessary. Thote who work for us itra rewarded. Why not write to day for full particulars, trie ? K. G. AI.LIiN & CO,, liox No. 4U0, Augusta, Me TAKING EFFECT wesitiouna i rains JULY East 20, Dally Dally Dally ex Sun, ex Sun. STATIONS, No.6 No. 1 11 30am I.v Irvington Ar 12 10pm Marncld Vi 25 12 42 Hound Trains ex Sun. ex Sun No. 815 2 f 118 130 148 165 2 15pm 250 3 02 llarncd llardlnsburir Kirk Jolly Olendeane Dempster ar irallslfougb.lv uocKvaie 9 30am H35. i & 314 Asking 3 29 Oaks 400pm ArPordsvilleLv Huth 716 705 644 634 614am 664 629 5 21 750 600 4 45am THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LINE. (L. K. A 8T. L. R. R.) Babbage's Cloverport, Wo are prepared supply Lumber pr mptly in large or small Its, f r all purp se3. HERON & OO. OLOVREFOUT, KY SHORTEST, QUICKEST LUMBER t St, Louis, AND I1KST LINK TO West and Tiine-Car- AND ALL POINTS South-Wes- t. Evansville Jul; 31. 1892. d is Effect All tho talk in tho world will not convince you so quickly as ono trial of DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, burns, bruises, skin affections and piles. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, Witt & Meador Hardinsburg. Kentucky. Lr. Loulsrlllo Arr 8t. Louis Rev. F. C. Iglcliui't, New York, writes: "Acorn on thu.tou la a them In the Mesh, which G. V. C. Certain Corn Cure' moat MerSi., LoaliTllle, cifully remove." 8:05 a.m.8s25 p.m...4iJ9 p.m 7:20 pm ...5:45 am KvaniTllle 1:30 10:00p.m For further Information, call on or address. R. A. CAMPBELL, Oon'l Pan. Ag't, St. Louli, Mo. J. B CAMPBELL, D.P. A. LoaUll!a.Ky CIlvTIokit OSlna. fi W. rv TM.,1 M.l. r s Ky THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. J L. i.,. VOL. XVIII. t CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1893. ets, on said railroad, from the station of Baid railroad, in said city of Evansville, to tho station of said railroad, in wild city of Madisonville, in Kentucky, upon nny regulnr train of said company pausing through said places nnd slopping for thopurposo.of receiving and, letting off passengers. Tliey further stato that they did on that day, when tho regulnr passenger train, known ns tho Providence accommodation tmin, was getting ready to start from Evansvillo toward Nashville, get aboard of said train, nnd take scats thereon, in tho coach usually known ns the ladies' coach, which is tho nicest, cleanest nnd best equipped coach on said train, and is tho hindmost coach thereof. They statu thnt soon after said train started, tlio conductor thereof, who as tho agent of tho defendant hnd tho charge and control of said train, enmo in said coach, in which tho plaintiff and his wife had so taken their sentg, knnd any objection to their . occupy hig of said seats, or offering 'to nsslgn nny other seats, or nny other coach, to them, demanded and received from them their said tickets, and in lieu thereof gave them checks or coupons, indicating thnt they wero entitled to bo ride on said train nnd in said conch, without disturbance, until said train reached the city of Henderson in tho stato of Kentucky, when tho said conductor, in chargo of said train, enmo to them and required them to lenvo said coach in which they had been seated ever since they left Evansville, nnd informed them thnt he hnd assigned them seats iti' another conch, nnd would not allow them to ride further on tho train, unless they would I occupy tho scats so assigned ,by him to them. This they refused to do, nnd thereupon, said conductor, by force nnd arms, nnd without liirht nnd contrary to hnw, and in violation of their contract of carriage as abovo set out, nnd to the great humiliation nnd injury of plaintiff nnd his said wife, in their persons and feelings nnd business, then nnd there put them off of baid train nnd refused to allow them to continue their journey. The plaintiff further slates that the car or coach in which tho conductor thus proposed to assign them scats wns tliu coach just in front of the Indies' coach in which they wero seated nnd noxt to the baggage car; that it was not so well equipped or furnished ns tho coach behind it nor wns it kept ns cleanly nnd nice ns said rear coach. Thcrfuitlier stato that it was divided into two compartments by n wooden division or partition with a door in it, and that thoy wero required to occupy tho rear compartment, which was tho only part of said train that had been assigned to colored people; thnt the front compartment of said car was assigned to white innlo passengers, who wero allowed to sm oko cigars nnd tobacco therein. The plaintiff 6tntes that, by the wrongful acts of said conductor in so ejecting them from said train, and refusing to them to occupy tho seats they had first taken or remain in Baid coach, and thus complete their journey, they wero damaged in at least tho sum of $15,000. Wherefore lie prays judgment against defendant for said sum of $15,000, for his costs and for all proper relief. w NO. 16 SEND U 1 f ? 5 Separate Coach. Law. Tho Suit to Tost Its Constitutionality Begun in United States Court. W. H. ANDERSON, u. HOME DRESSMAKING. THE BASQUE IS THE FOUNDATION OF ALL DRESS CUTTING. Pale Faces show Doplotod Blood, poor Ancomin. 1R i'K A Few PREACHER FRG-VILLE, SUES THE I. AND FOR $15,000. Ji- - u. COLORED EVANS- - Fact Tlint Must Not lie Forgotten. Uow to Cut Illouses and lloloro Jackets. Various Kinds of Fastening; How to Finish H nourlslunont, everything bad. Thoy nro signs of llasquo. 1803, I He is Backed by tho Stato Colored Executive Committe and Rep- resented by Hon. John Feland. Will be Tried at Owensboro in Jan uary. i . Owensboro .' Messenger. f -- " '" i -- St. . 4 Tlio light of the colored people against tliu separate conch law was begun hero yesterday In the form of u suit against tlio Louisville nnd Nnshvlllo Railroad company for $15,000 damages, brought by Rev. W. II. Anderson, a colored pivacher of Evansville. . Tho suit was lllcd in tho United StateB court yesterday afternoon by Hon. John Feland, tho attorney employed by tho association of colored peoplo formed recently at Frankfort to test tho constitutionality of tlio law. Several other suits havo been Hied in other parts of tho state lin tho same question, but they nro Intll v,ual suits. This is tho only ono authorizeu by the committee, and upon this it is depended to knock out Uih law which went into pflt'cton tho first of Octohor. As set out in tho petition, Anderson, acting under advice of Mr. Feland, last tickets for Monday, bought Jlrst-cla-- 8 himself ond wife from Evansville, Ind., to Mailisonville, Ky. They took seats in the ladies' coach and tlio conductor accepted their tickets for passage, but when tho train rcnched tho Kentucky state line at Henderson informed them that they would havo to go into tho car provided for colored people. Upon their refusal to do so, tho conductor forcibly put them on" the train. This forms tho batis of tho suit and the plea will bo that the law requiring separate coaches for white and colored passengers is an interference with interstate commerce and contrary to tho constitu.ion and laws of tho United States. To bring all tho points claimed boforo the court it was necessary to have a citizen of nnoth-e- r stato bring the suit, henco Andersons' services were enlisted in tho matter. 'Mr. Feland is so far tho only attorney engaged in tho case, but it is probablo that when tho caso comes up for n hearing boforo Judge Barr in January other distinguished counsel will bo employed. d If defeated in tho lower court, Mr. will carry tho case to tho supremo court. Tho expanse of tho suit is being borno by tho executive committeo of tho association. Mr Feland stated to tho Messenger last night that tho caso presented features not covered by tho decision of tho supremo court on tho Mississippi law. That wasan intra state commerce, and the cover tho lights of tho decision did-no-t citizen, but only ..f tho legislature to require tho railroads to provide separate accommodations for whito nnd colored passengers within tho btate. Ho has hopes of finally defeating tho law. No other suit will bo authorized by tho association ho represents until a ilual decision is reached in this caso. Tho petition in full is as follows: W. It, Anderson, plaintiff, against the Louis, vllte and Nashville lUllrtuJ Co., defendant Pe-lan- John Feland, Positive and Negative. But Tho Race Question is unsettled. it is settled thnt Hood's Sarsaparilla leads all remedies. Disenso marches through nil lands. But good health blesses nil who tnko Hood's Sarsaparilla. Dyspepsia is a great foe of tlio human race. But Hood's Sarsaparilla put it to flight. Scrofula is ono of tho most terrible of diseases. But Hood's Sarsaparilla expels it from tho system. Tho people of this day, like Job, suffer from boils. But Hood's Sarsaparilla is n sovereign remedy for them. Catarrh is ono of tho most disagreeable Bui Hood's Sarsaparilla is disorders. sure to relievo nnd euro it. Rheumatism racks the system like a thumb-Bcrow- . But it retreats before tho power of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Loss of appetite leads to melancholia. But Hood's Sarsaparilla makes tho plainest repast ticklo tho palatot I.ifo is short nnd timo is fleeting, but Hood's Sarsaparilla will bless humanity as tho ages roll on. Petition. The plaintiff, Y. II. Anderson, states and that he is a respectable, law abiding citizen and resident of Indi. d ? & ana, domiciled in tlio city of Evansville, in said state, and has been for several years last past, nnd Hint the defendant, L. nnd N. It. II. Co., is n corporation, created by, and existing under, tho laws of tho stato of Kentucky, of which stato it is a citizen nnd resident, and has been for a number of years. Ho further states that tho defendant owns nnd leases, controls and operates a number of lines of railroad ruuning in and through tho stato of Kentucky, and thcuco into and through several other states of tho United States, nnd among others it so owns, oporatcs and controls n lino of railroad running from said city of Evansville, in Indiana, through the state of Kentucky to tho city of Nashville, in tho titato of Tennessee; and in passing through tho stato of Kentucky, said railroad passes through tho cities of Henderson and Madisonvillc, nnd lias stations at each of said places, and in operating said railroad on said lines, said company is engaged, nnd has been for soveral years, in the business of a common carrier of passengers and freight, and holds itself out to tho public as such. t Ho further states that, on or about tho 80th of day of October, 1803, tho , plaintiff and his wife, being then in tho city of Evansvilhs aforesaid, and desiring to go to Madisonvillc, in tho state of Kentucky, ho went with her to tho depot or station of tho defendant in Evansville and purchased from tho agent of the defendant in chargo of tho ticket ofs fice at said depot two full tickets to Mndlsonvlllo, and paid him in cash therefor tho usual fare, vhss the for each of said tickets, sum of $ which tickets ontitlcdliim'and his said s passenwife to be carried as gers, in a coach or car providedand for passengers holding such tick first-clasfirst-clasiur-nlsh- PISGAH. Mr. Win, Brickey is quite sick. Miss Flora Ryan is visiting relatives nt Cavo Spring. Born, to tho wifo of V. I. Tnul, a fine boy. Mrs. Susan Bates, of Tnr Fork, has had a stroko of paralysis. Mr. Forrest Pato and family havo moved to Clovorport.J Rev. Truman, of Fordsvillo, who has been assisting Rov. R. T. Bruner, in tho protracted meeting at this placo has returned homo. Bro. Truman will over find a warm place within our henrts: The protracted meeting conducted by Rev. It. T. Brunor nt this place, closed lost Thurday with seven additions to tho Tho candidates for baptism church. wero Mr. and Mrs. 'Ihomns Mason. What a beautiful picture and impressive scene as the young wifo nnd husband oboying tho commands of tho Saviour went down into the stream and wero baptised hence forth to walk in nowncss of life. If you can afford to bo annoyed by sick headache and constipation, don't use DoWitt's Little Early Risers for these little pills will euro them. A. R. Fisher, Clovorport, and Witt & Meador, Ilardinflburg. Then it should bo stitched nround tho upper edge, beginning from tho center and sewing forward. Then turn the collar, bringing tho lining on one side nnd tho dress goods on tho other. Haste this strongly with tho outside and interlining together to tho waist, beginning with a notch In tho center of the collar, carrying it forward from each Bide from the center sejini In tho back. Then face it down very neatly. Tho dressmaker will do well to measure tho fronts of the waist before bIio puts the collar on to ..hi if thoy are exactly alike. Otherwlso sho will havo to t ip It olT, and it never looks so well ngain. Tho finish of a basquo is a very nervous job, nnd tho careful diessmnkcr w 111 sco thnt tho finishing touches to the basquo or waist nro put on before theskirtisdoue, for in tho rush nnd hurry of the Inst work some detail may be slighted and spoil the appearance of the whole. Whether buttons or hooks nro used ns fastening depends upon the stylo of waist, but tho most of waists now closo invisibly with hooks. Tho space where aheso nre to be sowed on should be marked with n bluo pencil nt exact distances. They can never bo sewed on correctly "by tho eye,"nnd put on nnoveuly thy puci er tho waist. Onvr. HAnr-Kn-. with strict uttentlon to tho'presslngand carothut nil outside stitching should be A Oood Thing to Keep at Hand. perfectly straight. From the Troy (Kansas) Chief. mouses are cut llko the French waists, Some years ago wo wero very much but the lower part should bo three to four Inches longer, cut. pcrfectlystrnight around subject to Bovero spells of cholera morbus; and hemmed. An elastic is then drawn nnd now when wo feel any of tho sympthrough, and tho waist buttons so that tho toms that usually proceed that ailment, superfluous length falls doun over the top sucii as sickness nt the stomach, diarrluea of thuHkirt. Bolero jackets, IHon jackets nnd flgaros etc., wo becomo scary. Wo havo found nro nil cut from tho original basque pat- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dinr-rluu- a tern. For Kton tho wnlbt is outlined with Itemedy the very thhig to straighttho two sldo back pieces and is cut down to n, point just overlapping tho gathers of the en ono out in such cases, and always kept back of tho skirt and cut in front llko tho itnbout. Wo nre not writing this for a dlnuram, nnd it Is easy to cut, as it Is per- pay testimonial, but to let our readers fectly simple nnd seamless. Eton jackets may or may not havo sleeves, but If they know what is a good thing to keep handy do they should bo plain coat sleove gathin tho house For sale by A. K. Fisher, ered rather full nt the top, having n suspiClovorport, nnd Witt & Meador, cion of glgotonly, and they nro worn overn shirt waist. Tho bolero is cut just llko tho Eton in lllnnurck'it Ail vice to Students. front, but tho Kick is nil in one piece and is Only now, nnd in n roundabout wny, cut straight across. via Bonn, lias tho text of tho sjieech ElA&S V or ETON Ars which I'rlnco Dlsmnrck mndo nt tho reCOLCSO JACKET IHUUl ...... ception of Bonn students becomo known. ar IrrMU The prince confessed that nt tho univerTflMMNfr J sity ho neglected study, but ndded: "Tlio I a only thing that I urn sorry for on lookninTH VV ing back to thoso times is that I could 7T Ol0 inimyV not later on mnko up for what I had neglected then. What ono lias learned 12 BOURO does not remain bo finnly in one's "" memory. I do not dissuado you from t Is working, but I nm not horrified if my sons commit studentliko excesses, and JlSjSfo MATJ nbovo nil things I bcliovo that tho student's lifo in corporations has this advantage that it somewhat steels tho character by subjecting cacli to tho criticism of his comrades. This is a great SnovuNCr now timminI thing. As long ns ono belongs to n corliAfftltO TO CORiAfrl WW poration, to tho opinion of which ono attaches much importance, ono docs not DIAORAM3 FOR JACKETS AND TIllMMtKOS. The present mode of trimming waists is easily go astray. Tho samo thing pla)s eo distinctive thnt it requires n description. nn impoitant part later on in lifo. What It consists principally in some 'form of n is it that is thobackbono of German ofbertha or brctelles, and these aro so comficials? Tlio university nnd tlio sword-knotplex in appearunco as to frighten the novBerlin Cor. Loudon Nows. ice, yet they are really simplo when one understands tho first principle, w.ilch is this She Was Too Lazy tho half clrcla All tho berthas and high To steep up herbs nnd so sho tried plaited capes nnd llko trimming gnln their stylo by tho plaiting of goods that are cut pills nnd cathartics till she was sallow out in n half circle, so that what is a small and billions as nn opium cater. Then plait nt tho point becomes a largo and loose one nt the outer edge. Tho diagram shows sho took n friend's advice began using ono styloof this trimming both applied nnd Parks' Tea. Now sho is fresh nnd bloomin outline, nnd with that as a guide every ing ns n daisy." A. It. Fisher, druggist. woman cun understand the principle, and tho clever one will vary It according to the needs of tho cas 3. Thlscnn be applied to WfcST VIEW. high or low necks for children and old women. It can bo plain, trimmed with lace, Mr. Sam Hennlnger went to McDaniels fringo or passementerie, or it can be lined with contrasting .material. Tho comers Sunday. mny bo cut off, or it may bo vandyked. Mr. Iloinco Hunter nnd wife nre visitThere is no limit to tho variations nn intel- ing nt this placo. ligent dressmaker may evolve. Mado of wide laco over light Bilk it would garnish Master Charlie Mnttingly is very ill the plainest frock. with pneumonia fever. Waists aro made with high collars nud Quito n number of persons took dinner with tho neck cut quite low, finished with ruflles. Tho latter require little care, as at Mr. Goodmnn's Sunday. tho neck has but to bo piped or bound, but Bro F. It. Itoberts moved to his now the high collar requires special treatment. It must bo made with a silk liulng,-- wlgan homo in this place Tuesday. or crlnolino interlining nnd tho outside. School is progrcsing nicely atthls placo Tho lining and outside are basted on Interlining on tho other iuw. under tho Instruction of Miss Cora Matthews. Bov. O. Royalty la expected to preach at the M. E. church tho first Sunday in Novoinber. Romombor regular clans meeting day tho first Sunday in each mouth nt tho M. E. church. tVS Mr. Sidney Hall, Miss Essa Matthews The tterncr and more revolting and Miss Ada Goodman wero tho guests phaseaof llfo aro subdued nnd tho higher of Miss Bona Roberts Sunday afternoon. qualities of friendship and lovo obtain wo learn that thcro Now, Miss on tho yielding of human suffering and is somo attraction ut this placo for somo tho restoration of health, strength and ono, so wo expect to seo them up hero contcntraoiit. The following is calcu- often. lated to assuaga'human, pardon nnd beRegulnr preaching at tho 0. IV church get olovutcd thoughts and actions: VII. Saturday night boforo tho fourth SunS. Catc, merchant, North Oakland, Fa., day in each month by Rev. Noah writes: ' ' l'lcnso send six bottles of Dr. Jr. Fonner's Kidney and Bacltncho Curo to Rev. W. B. Sncnd filled his regular apAmesburg, Mass. It Is Samuel Catc, for my mothor, who would be glad to pointment at tho M. E. church Sunday give you a strong recommendation of nfternoon and dolivcrcd an excellent this medicine, as she thinks it has pro- fwrnion. longed her life." It is equally good in Mre. Emily Mnlt'tows nnd her son, all kidney disease, female complaints, Josoph E., loft for Louisvlllo Saturday blood and skin diseases, etc. If satismorning, where thoy expect to spend a faction not given money refunded, Take I fow weeks. home a, bottle g. tion. Tho basque being tho foundation of nil dres cutting, tho novlco should learn at the very outset nil its possibilities. With n good diagram of n basquo fitting in measurement tho prospective wearer of tho garment planned ono can cut n princess robe, a wrapper cf nny stylo, a tailor (sown, n riding habit, nn evening dress, a blouse, n n coat of any description. Tho principle Is exactly tho name, with such variations as the exigencies of tho enso mny require. It needs but to bo lengthened to make n tight coat or ulster nnd to havo its different parts lengthened nnd widened to form n princess dress. To do this the different parts Rhould bo cut to four Inches longer than tho skirt from waist downward nnd tho front plecps cut on a slant o that tlio bottom of each front measures 0 Inches, tho front sldo pieces the same, tho back sldo gores 27, and tho back breadths should measure tho whole width of tho goods, nnd if thnt is narrow another breadth should ba added to the back and plaited in close so that tho wholo skirt may fall freo nnd open in tho approved shnpe. The four inches extra length are taken up in fitting to tho figure. Tho princess should bo tried on with tho seams outward nnd fitted like nny other waist. The skirt is to bo faced with wlgun or crinoline about lSinchesdecp, nnd to the inner sldo is stitched n facing of linen or alpaca, and where tho dress is a very handsome ono several narrow pinked rufllcs nra sewed to a silk foundation and cat stitched to tho wlgan. Riding hnblts nro cut in tho same way, but tho lines nro drawn rigidly nnd with nngles wherever they can bo introduced, notably tho square high collar nnd tho nquaro postilions and squaro pocket lids. In cutting jackets tho dressmaker only needs to know tho stylo wanted. If n reefer or blazer, tho basquo is lengthened, and the darts aro not taken in. Pockets aro added. If n long jacket is desired, tho samo general rules prevail, and it Is easy to make one d (Copyright, ujr American Press Associa- Scott's Emulsion the Cream of -- EVERYDODY KNOWS ffi DXfVOI THIRD LjlKU Y IO isthedest CLOTHING nous, T MARKET CENTS "Wauchcsci t" nil -- 1! for one of our sh rts mil Cod-llv- or Oil, on-rlc- hos with hypophosphites, tho blood, purifies tho skin, cures Anaemia, bnllds up tho systom. Physicians, tho world ovor, endorso It. be deceived by Substitutes! rtprJbjr Scott A !Wni N Y, AM Dmniits. Don't If jSjpSi in Louisville, but somo peoplo in tho country don't -know yet that we sell SHOES. Anil it niav not bo generally known thnt ours is now tlio best FURNISHINGS and HAT house. AVo aru fiuhtinu for tlio su- iremncy in these three lines which wo nlready hold n clothing. And while WE nro FIGHTING nnr competitors by cutting and slashing prices is a good timo for YOU to BUY. Don't you think so? Send a cash MAIL ORDER; money refunded if goods fail to plcnso and EXPRESS PAID for 00 miles on orders of $5 or more. Wo nteo send goods O. O. D. subject to examination, if express charges both ways nro Bent with order; and if goods urc taken-- t, nnd tho amount :s $." wo refund exprefes chaws for 200 miles. Send your name nnd nddrcss for"I.!Vys' Lcfter," our illustrated monthly pnpor, equal to Puck for fun. tccil !ck rd iront, full size lmfoin, Jin, full t in only 35c. I.A(l,Ci, you enn't liny the goods to make 'em for that. And you don't h.ivc to come te the city for these "liarualn." sejul the money nnd we'll send the shirts J?c for one; ft for three; fj nrlor six. Let us from you rllit nw.iy, tine be sure to say ton saw the tid In Oils piper Just IHH Mr. Noah Baaham nnd wifo havo left this placo and gono to spend tho winter SAM'L ItAY. ROBEUT P. iIAKK. with their children on the nccouut of being to feeble to keep house. WITH A musical entertainment wns given nt Mr. Hall's Wednesday night last, in which wo wero especially Invited, but -:- with regret we could not attend. A young man passed through town Sunday morning, his fuco looking as long as a four gnlton churn and on inquiring Eighth and Main Streets, t rvTTTOxII T around, wo found that ho and his best from 803 to 811- girl had plnyed quits. Mrs. Layman left Sunday for her new With Auction and I'rivato Sales Daily, nnd Storage Four Months Free. homo in Grayson county, and was indeed sorry to learn that she was thrown out of tho carriage, beforo sho arrived, nnd her arm broken. Mrs. Jessio Tucker is very low. Wo do not think sho can live but a few days. She has never been a professed christian, but has lately enlisted and given herself fully to tho Lord, and is trusting in his promises. MAnniKii Mr Willio Amies to Miss Roxy Carman, Oct. 23. Thoy wero married nt tho homo of tho bride's father. After the Rev. A. B. Smiley officiating. Finished at this office in the latsot s le. ceremony being performed they immediately went to tho groom's homo whoro'a With tho bearing varieties that aro sala nice supper was given nnd several atable In tho market, grown on low topped tended. Wo wish them a long and haptrees, after being well established thoy py lifo. nro seeded to grass nnd pastured with Quito n number of girls from school sheep nud swiuo, and tho moro chickens paid Misses Cora nnd Etna Matthews a in proportion tlio greater tho profit, ns the visit Monday night, nnd while nil wero chickens do better for tho shndo nnd a hundred well fed fowls to tho aero will engaged in singing nnd playing the arrived, nnd thoy did not know help mnko tho orchard thrifty. Tho chickis ono of tho best it, and when tlio song was finished tho en and fruit combinationto each, provided partnerships, beneficial low, sweet music of tho violins nnd you keep tho chickens from roosting in guitars wero heard, nnd after n few tho trees. Tho hog combination lias tha moments nil were invited in nnd enjoyed ono drawback that sometimes tho hogs tho musio muclily. Had quite a pleasant get to barking tlio trees, while, on tha other hand, 1 know no other wny to mnka timo. e good, healthy pork bo cheap as in an or pear orchard of sweet fruit, nnd All that honesty, experience nnd skill clocan do to produco a perfect pill, has been tho orchnrd In grass, or preferably AT ver, tho fruit to ripen successively from employed in making DoWitt's Littlo July to December. No man that has hogs Early Risers. Tho result is a specific for to eat the fullcn apples can afford to pick sick headache, billiousness and constipn-tioup tlio apples for tho cider mill or still at A. R. Fisher, Clovorport, and 10 cents per bushel. Tho hogs will pays better prico clear of expenses. Witt & Mendor, Hardinsburg. O. B. TTsTEZBEILjEJIS, Tobacco - Crescent Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. LUUloVlLLll, iY. Job? ?Printing Pamphlets, Checks, Bill Heads, Note Heads, Letter Heads, Statements. rs np-pl- Underwear BABBAGE'S C( n. STOCK IN ORCHARDS. . Low Hcudt 1 Trees l'nsturliiK With Sliflop, Snrlno uud Chickens. ." a K4e a Bas-hnt- n, Following is a report in brief of a paper read nt tho eighteenth annual session of the New Jersey Horticultural socioty by Mr. Ira J. Blackncll. no said: It mny bo thought that ho who will nl-- 1 )w uny kind of stock in the orchard is not a practical fruitgrower. There nro moro sides than ono to most questions, and tho problom of growing good fruit at tho least cost is an interesting subject. In this country of high winds and burning sunshine low topped trees nro n necessity, or, moro properly speaking, nro not bo easily blown over by high winds or scalded by tliu sun, nnd tho flat headed borer seldom works whero tho treo is shndod, very importnnt points in favor of low branched trees. Anothor vory strong argument for low trees is tho better facility of harvesting tho fruit, and ns ordinarily grown, especially in unsprayed orchards, thcro will bo many windfalls, which can bo mnrkotcd for various uBcs.whilo in cultivated orchards, as tho torm is usually npplied, tho fruit is unmerchantable for any purposo until washed, which costs nbout as much as tho fruit will sell for. Perhaps tho strongest nrgument ngninst tho plow in tho orchard is tho washing of tho land, but tlio plow is littlo worse than tho cultivator or harrow. Peaches may bo grown perhaps not cheaper by mulching, but just ns good as by cultivation, nnd this mulch maybe either weeds, Btonea or uirt nnuieu rounu them. The treos will grow just as well, perhaps better. No ono will advocato putting n yonng orchard in grass. Soveral years of cultivation must intervene beforo tho trees get sufficient Btnrt to be able to talco caro of themselves so far as cultivation is concerned. My object is to show that low headed trees, with needful pruning and liberal fertilizing, will grow good fruit, but practically better fruit without tho plow nnd cultivator than with, and low headed applo nnd pear trees will bear considerably younger than trees trained high enough to ndildt of a team passing under tho limbs. Tho best method is to pasture sheep, swino nnd chickens in tho orchard nftor tho trees aro well established. Sheep aro great feeders, and fow weeds, can grow whero thoy run. The oil from tho wool is probably n good remedy for tho applo treo borer. Sheep and hogs will not interfere with each other oxcopt at lambing timo. A hog is the only good plowman for tlio orchard that works for nothing. Tlio chicken is an untiring bug flatlinn- - Poultry Manure. Poultry droppings, Hko that from other farm stock, varies in valuo nccording to tho kind or amount of food consumed, and especially in tho treatment given to tho droppings. If lnrgoly mixed with litter, ashes, otc, or is very wet, poultry manuro has lost much of its ammonia and Is of less value- than whero tho accumulation has been kopt dry and mixed with just enough dry soil to act as an absorbent. Greiner says tho buyer can nilord to pay 20 to 25 cents per hundred pounds for well kept poultry manure. Poultry manuro is rich in availablo nitrogen and is usually kopt soparato from stable manure to upply ns n special fertilizer to such garden crops as onions, celery plants, spinach, etc. Mixed with twico its bulk of dry loam nnd applied evenly it will do nO harm to beeds or plants. Greiner prefers to use it ns n top dressing in tlio garden, nnd tins is n favorite plun with many other gardeners. - Can You flake J." V frfir a Dress? 'YOU CAN if vou will, but read the series of intensely practical articles we are about to publish. An expert wrote them so they'd be plain to everyYou might as body. well know as much as. your dressmaker. It only costs the price of this, journal. .aoir I Itoot Crops. It has been decided nt tho Ontario agricultural collego experiment station that wldto fleshed turnips give better ylolds than tho yellow fleshed varioties; tho long shaped mangels better than the globo varieties; tlio white carrots hotter than tho yellow varioties. Of tho roots grown on tlio station plots for two years tho whito Swede turnip, tho Jorsoy fall turnip, tho Carter's champion nnd yellow intermedinto mangel givo tho highest yiolds in their resjiectivo clnsscs. Of thoso grown for ono year only tho imperial short whito carrot nnd tho white Silesinn sugar beet givo tho highest yield in their resioctivo classes. On tho Country Komi. To dovelop plant food by thorough tillago Is ofton cheaper nnd bettor than, to buy it? Every timo tho soil is stirred frosh elements of fertility are brought forth und inado availablo. At tho Iowa station tho "rosults of growing nnd feoding rapo wero vory sati isfnetory, ami wero it not for tho insect enemies tlwro is no doubt but that tha crop would soon tnko nn importnnt place in farm management for soiling and late fall feeding. Tho Farm Journal eays: Probably the Plymouth Rocks aro tho best all tho year round fowl, ul though breeders of light Brnhmas clnim great merit for their favorites. Thoy aro both good, but all things considered probably tho Rocks aro tlio better for a beginner. At tlio Vermont experiment Btation all ougar thornjonieters sent it, oxpress or mall prepaid, will ho tested freo of charge. r 1 qurnTT. best u qmiTT. WORMS WHITE'S. CREAM VJEMlEiliiE Has lod all Worm rr.riri FOR 20 YEAR3 Rome-dies. - SOID every wiiert. tons. r mciuitiisox mnicrsE u., EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. SULZER'S. -- . SSHIIIISJSI - Is oyer usGtlJTor Chills 'nnd Fovor your moHio' will bo refunded. PleasHut tIMtttkQ. Price CO cts. If " O. O. O. Certain Cliill Curo " not tho best remedy you havo to-da- .h$m 2 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, KOYKMDKK 8, 1803. THE, BRRGKRMRIDGEl MMS, OLOYRRPORT, KY. . ' 3u, D. & V. 0. BaMiige, Mall and Edlton ttd Proprlet'n U -- I...NI. la Act. Local Tlmo (Inrtt. ixiftt 1 " Kipreu going Kit uooa. freight " " ' " Eait Wait Weil Weit Eait - .41 a?m. 10.38 a.m. 6.00 p.m. V.15 9 2i) p.m. a.m. 11. Si a.m. SIX PAGES. The total admissions to tlio World's Paid admisFair" foot up 27,538,521. sions 21,310,033, free 0,228,888. Tub recent elections in Connecticut clearly demonstrate tho fact that women do not cure to exercise tho right of suffrage when they have it. They had a chance to vote in tho school elections Breckenridgo County Goes Repubheld there recently and very fow of them lican By Majorities All Tho went to the polls, notwithstanding they wero urged to do so. Tho jmo thing Way From 40 to .160. would happen hero in Kentucky were they given tlio right of suffrage. Tho fact is women do not care anything THE ENTIRE TICKET ELECTED. about voting. . Stanford Carries The County by 150 I . GONE. BRANDENBURG. I How's This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for any enso of Catarrh that cannot be to 175. Wilson by 50 and koll by 100 to 150. Dris- - Piggott, Bewleyille, was hero Saturday. Mrs. ltichurd Hciudon and son Jtss, Webster, were iu town Sat unlay. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ditto have had a very sick babe. It is now heller. Willie Harrington is convalescing from typhoiilfevcr and vlll roon be rtudy, for uiusliv No Hallow een parlies To many s.id hearts hi our midst to think of gaiety or Mr. amtisctnent.- cured by Hall's Catarrh cure. F. J. OHKNEY & CO., Props. Gross Has a Show For Tho The last ounce of silver purchased Toledo, O. under the Sherman act brought 08 District. Wo tho undersigned, have known F. cents. Purchases closed November 1. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all busiWHERE AHE WE AT. If we don't mention it, our correspon- ness transactions and financially able to dents do. So if its new and true you carry out any obligation made by their Tho Citizen's Municipal Ticket Goes will find it in the Uiiixkeniuikik News. firm. In By Big Majorities. West & Truux, Whohsalo Druggists, "Letters from homo do not fill tlie Toledo, 0. Walding, Klnnah A Marvin, place of the News" writes a good woman Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Thoro seen h to bo little doubt from who is away on a visit and wants the tho returns reciivid up to the hour of Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internalpaper sent to her. ly, a'cting directly upon tho blood and going to prets that the Itepublicans have Price, elected their ticket in this county by mucous surfaces of tho system. Keep up your advertising. Don't let 75c. per bottle. Sold by alt Druggists. majorities ranging from 40 to 100. Blan-for- d it lag. It is the life of your business. Testimonials free. has the county by 150 to 175, WilWithout advertising you stand a very son anywhere from 10 to 100 and DrisHARDINSBURG. kell 100 to 160. jK)or show for trade. It was impossible to get full returns L. H. &. W. TIME TABLE. from the senatorial race, but the indicaJames K. Stone, the murderer of the 001)10 WK8T. Wratten family was tried at Washington Panenger Dally arr. Hardlniburg.,12:41 p.m. tions are that Gross will get in by a 0(11X0 EAST. lost Saturday and convicted of mursmall majority. Inil , t'aiienger Dally arr. UarJimburg.. 7:50 a.tn Meade from the best information we der in the first degree. could get will give him 200 or 250. HanJ. I). Iluzhy goes to Owensbom this cock 150 to 200, so wo have n little to Slit. Montgomery was nt his place In week. play on, and the chances are sliehtly in the House and voted for the Senate Mrs. Down was visiting friends here Ids favor. Capt. Gross says ho will win Not a single vote from amendment. and we think so too, but wo must conKentucky was cast against tlio Ifotieal last Sunday. Will Hook lias gone to Missouri on n fess they aro pretty slim. How it all bill. happened or came ttbout we aro not preweek's hunt. Kiety thousand persons followed the Iluy your bacon, lard and flour from pared to say. They have us and that is enough. remains of Mayor Harrison to its last WVR Hardin. Tho following is tho vote of all the resting place. It is said to be one of the Miss Kato Board, Garfield, was visiting precincts in this comity with tho exlargest funerals ever held in the United here loht Sunday .J ception of Mooleyvillo and Hudsonville States. Hook and Heston have put tliiir new which will probably be a stand off. CITV II MICTION. Twelve million two hundred thous- saw mill out at Goodman's. To-- 3 Pre- Mr. T. C. Lewis is giving his brick and dollars will bo paid to pensioners IIEMCCIIATIC TICKET clnct 1 tal. store house a coat of paint. this month. One million one hundred 17 20 thousand of the amount comes to LouisParties indebted to us please come for- E. T. Haynis C. E. Lightfoot 18 27 25 ville and Kentucky. ward aud settle. Witt & Meador. 17 24 70-1My pric s aro surprising everybody. Henry Solbrlg 1!) 24 A. A. LaHckt 13 The purchase of silver bullion by the Come in und see me W. Ii. Hardin. 14 24 0!M07 T.F.Sawyer Government nt Washington by the car Mr. Attlus McCreary arrived hero II. V. Duncan 20 14 load almost, is a thing of the past. Since Monday and Is visiting Mrs. V. Daniel. F. N. D'Huy 10 38 the repeal of the Sherman law that thing o Tho Board of Directors of tho new Dud Ilambletou 17 27 has been stopped, and it is believed the met lost week and received tho country will move forward easier, and citizen's ticket. building. confidence in financial matters will soon ,.. 41 02 J. A. Barry That's a novel clock they have nt L. G. be fully restored. 08 Gregory 42 03 Kaye, Mattingly & Hoben's. Drop in It. B. 70 41 01 Pi.reo The Health Commissioners of Mimic and see it. Chiis. B. Skillman .' 41 03 04 sota have prohibited the exchange of - Ir. Tom Grfgory's little son, Itoland, S.P.Conrad. 38 02 ' lead pencils among the school children. died last Saturday night nt Garfield with Alfred Oelzu old. 33 01 They say that diptlieriu and other dis- typhoid fever. F. P. Payne 88 38 03 Tho candidates for State Senate, Repeases are often transmitted by putting . As wo aro closing out our hinitn'ss, , . . 40 57 resentative and School Superintendent all Silas Lilian! the pencil in the mouth, which is a very parties indebted to us must corao in and held forth (don't put a u in it) last Saturcommon habit, not only with children, settlo and save cost. Witt A Meador. PreTo- DEMOCItATIC TICKET. day. I heard all tho speeches complicinct 1 '2 3 tal. mented and there was an unusually but adults as well. It would be well for Everett Jolly and Johnnie Lymnn had A. J. Grosi 01 83 148-2- 92 our school teachers to bear this fact in a little kneck down on largo crowd out. tho street last Michael Miller 53 75 133-2mind and make the same rule in their Saturday night. Both were drinking. Master Henry Morenien had a few of James W. iller 55 72 140-2schools. his little friends to birthday dinner last Mr. John Slaton tendered his resigna- IIKI'UllMCAN TICKl.T. Sunday. His mother had expected to as of the courjty last Monday. Chailes Blauford 80 140 158-3The News owes much to its corps of tion jailer give a general entertainment, but as she Judge- Thomas Adkisson nppointcd J. D. Wilson 80 142 105-3- 87 faithful correspondents. They are the was not entirely well she only enterAndrew Driskel 70 137 144-3life of the paper. They speak from the Stuart DcJernette. tained a small number. A good dinner Licensed to marry: Wm. H. Board to IT.OI'I.k'm tickkt. valleys, the hill tops and keep us posted and a merry day are reported. 2- - 15 Miss Ada Bennett, Allen P. Miller to J. II. Lennlu 8 5 on the movements of our friends, our Miss Ollie L. Itobards, James II. Carman John Slaton 4- - 20 On next Wednesday, tho Rev. Hiram 7 neighbors, our kinsmen. They are as a' to Miss Dillie Elliott, Nathaniel Arms to Wlllett will lead to the hymeneal altar, ii.utniNsiiuna i'iikcixct no. 1. mirror, reflecting the little things, the Miss Annie M. Dowell. Gro 127, Blauford 01, Lentnn 19, M. Miss Cora Atlicraft, ono of Meade's mishaps, the deaths, the births, the marTho officers about the court house riages all of which we are all more or Miller 118, Slaton, 17, Wilson 87, J. W. brightest, most attractivo young ladies. pronounce the oll books reBro. Hiram has charge of a Baptist leas interested in. All honor to them Miller 120, Driskell 80. cently gotton up by the Nkwp, as tho church at P , Vu , and is a promising IIAIIDINKIWIK) and their noble work. I'ltKCINCT .NO 2- neatest nnd best job in that lino that has Friends galore extend Gross 03, Blauford 139, Leunin 27, M, young divine. tver been received here. congratulations. Miller 52, Wibon 125, Slaton 41, J. W, The numerous "cranks" are Mr. James P. Itobards has received his Our school on West Hill, tinder the bobbing up too freely all over the counMiller 52, Driskell 150. supervision of Mrs. B. F. Willett, is doing try, and getting quite too numerous for nppointment as storekeeper. He goes HAItDINSIIUltd I'IIKCIXCT NO. 3 the good of civilization. The truth is to Owensboro this week. During his Gross 01, Blauford 05, Lennin 24, M. the patrons, all think, most excellent Mrs. Willett is not only a prosuch fellows should have it in the neck, absence his family will boaid iu this Miller 100, Wilson 51, Slaton 25, W. work. fessional teacher, but a sympathizing and if the judiciary is a little too slow, place ut Mr. Burrel Beard's Miller 104, Driskell 59. Sulzer's advertising agent, Ed Gregory, fiiend and admlrtr to the children, enthey ought to have it any how. Wo ore MCIIANIELS. pars d through hero the other day with not in favor of mob law, buttho "cranks' Gross 80, Blauford 28, Lennin 00, M. ters into their joys and sorrows, over rig and a hand organ, ator dead beats, or who ever they may bo Ids one horse Miller 80, Slaton 72, Wilson 25, J. W. looks and cares for them as well as intracting the attention of everybody. Ed structing them. should be suppressed, and suppressed Miller 02, Driskell 43. Is a hustler In the advertising line. swiftly. WKIISTKIt Harry Bell has at last concluded that Dr. A. M. Kinchele and Dr Milton Gross 1)9, Blandford 87, Lennin 47, M. the llfo of a celibate is at best a lonely Board purchased the interest of Mr. The applicants for store-keepand J. At "Witt in tlio drug business Monday. Miller 07, Wilson 87, J W. Miller 97, one nnd lias becomo a married man. Driskell 92. gunners places iu this county begin to His bride, Miss Fannie Chi Ids, has the Mr. Jolly Meador retains Ills interest in CUSTER reputation of being a sweet, amiable perfeel a little easier. Ijist week the aptho business, nnd tho stylo of tho new Gross 113, Blandford 88, Lennin 20, M. son and one in every way calculated to pointment of Mr. J. It. Buzby and James firm will be Meador. Kincheloo & Board. Miller 100, Wilson 08, Slaton 41, J. W. render a man's life happy. Tin ir BranT. Kobards was made, and those who Mr. Kreemer, tho young baker, who Miller 103, Dritkell 08. denburg friends extend kind wishes for haven't yet received any "pie" ure btill came to this town last summer has been ISOCK VAI.K work of additional apsunshine, flowers and all sorts of nice hopeful that the nearly inu entire tune with things scattered along life's pathway. Blandford 43 majority, Wilson 47 pointments may go steadily on. Times .down typhoid fever. Ho took sick in about Driskell 40 majority. are a little dull, and if some dozen of the Potter Palmer, nil honor to his name, ten days after he came here, and his I1EWLKVVII.I.K bovs can get n living out of Uncle Sam says theftreat work that women have bakery and family grocery has been M. Miller 2 majority, Driskell 25 ma- dono for the Fair should be this winter they'll be happy over it you recognized closed up most of tho time since. His jority, Blauford 33 majority. bet. and placed on n permanent basis. Hence condition is yet quite critical. STEl'IIKNsroitT ho pioposes to erect a Woman's Build Last Saturday was a dull day in this The Mayor and city councilmen just Blanford 04 majority, "Wilson 35 major- ing nt a cost of $200,000. Tills Mrs. Pul-mtown, with the exception of tho fruit ity, Driskell 61 majority. elected rjunlify next January. The announced at tho unveiling of 'her Police Judge does not enter uKn the tree vendors, who wero hero and carried UNION 8TAU How my heart goes out in adpicture. on a goou many uonars. ;mey wero duties of his olllce until Sept. 1st next. ( Gross 23 majority, M. Miller 27 major- miration to a noble man who shows ap Tho Mayor and Police Judge are elected making a delivery from a nursery in ity, J. W. Miller 27 majority. preciation of the female sex. for four years, the councilmen for two Tenness e, and eeemed to bo kept pn tty 1IAWESVI1.LE 0IVE8 011088 75 JIAJOItlTV. How often when in tho Zenith of glory years. The Mayor receives u salary of busy tho entire day. How is it that Ilawesville, Nov. 7. Capt. A. J. Gross or in tho midst of boiuo gntnd'uchiove-ment- , $75 a year, tho councilmen may receivo fruit trees from abroad, if it bo true, are "tho cup is dashed with bitterness for their services not exceeding $2 each, any better than those raised in nurseries Your majority in these two precincts 75. Hawes 87. W. W. Tabor. from our lips " Chicago was certainly a meeting. The council appointsa clerk, nearer home. the centre of attraction from all over the Judge Mercer went to Louisville last NOTES. treasurer, marshal, and assessor. All the world. Applauso she has justly won, for It's un off" year. ordinances now in forco and not inco- Saturday. Tho railroad tax suit comes the Fulr has been of incomputable value Tho Itepublicans are all happy. nstant with tlio spjcial provisions of the up there this week. There aro different to art, science and industrial developNoo carries Owensboro by 750. new charter remain in force 'till repeal- opinions as to what the result will be If it goes against tho district it will como Wotakeour mtdlclno like little men. ment iu Ameiica. No ono realized this ed by tho now council. in a hard tlmo for the peoplo to pay tho Blailford's majerity in the county foots more than tho dear deud Muyor, nnd yet The Hartford Herald is making a taxes. There aro about four years (axes' up 182. a miserable, blood thirsty fellow, with a strong plea for better road iu Ohio duo and it will como all in a lump.' 'Brandenburg gave Blanford 52 major- kink liv his brain, took him from n usecounty. We are glad to sco tbls, and if Proctor Knott has prepared nn ublo brief ity. GuBtonS. ful life and from a people who loved and tho soveral county papers in tills part of iu the coso and ho is still q tho opinion honored him. llardlnsburg elected ii board of Di our state would push this matter and that tho district will win. tnifitei s. 8 o'clock November 2nd, At half-paforco tho question, to un issue wo might Tho citizens of this town will raise a "Littlo" Bob says he got in his work in Mrs. Ijiura Prico passed calmly and get somo action. The road question un- clamor before many weeks. Tho asses- tho city election. quietly to the spirit lund. Mrs. Prico der the new law s?oms to rest with tho sor for tho town was around a fow days Tho new board of city councilmen arc was Mijs Laura Holing, only daughter of ' members of tho Court of Claims and ago taking a list of everything taxable, for high license Mr. and Mrs Wm. Boling uudv tho wife there is certainly not a member of that that something may bo raised for the Tito greutist surprise of all is the de of Mr. Wood Price, by whonrshe had court any where in this section, but who town treasury in tho near future. And feat of lluynt s for Mayor. three children : Fannie nnd Bu J grown must see the neccssitp of at onco doing by the way, this fund has heretofore Dr. James, Republican, elected In nnd little Dink. Mrs. Price died of ty-- 1 something to bettor tho condition of tho como from the saloon license, but as Muhlenburg c unity. plioid pneumonia and was sick twenty-tw- o public roads. Ohio county and Dreck-e- n local option was voted last summer tho Our roosters are nil sick and not ublo days. Tho deceased was born and ridge are somo what on a par on this town goes "dry" soon and nothing to ciow ut the prefent writing. reared in this place, and her record as public road business if wo mistake not, more will como from that source. Hence How it all happened no one is just neighbor and fiiend was ono of uprightboth su fieri tig for want of better ones. it must como off the taxpayers, as tho now able to say, Tho "I told you bo's'' ness, candor and Integtity. A loving For yeurs wo have in a feeble way tried town "dads" can't run tho official ma- will piobable give us soma light on tho gentle mother, affi ctionate wife and kind to impress upon those in authority hero chinery without funds. But you are go. subject later on. sister. Her devotion to hi r mother was the great need of better roads, but they ing to hear a kick about it Iu this city J. A. Barry was elected the loveliest attribute of her charact r. have dono nothing. Until soma decis-slv- o Mayor, I G. Gregory Police Judge, It. "Mammlo" was never forgotten and I.ADIE1 steps aro taken in this particular, Keedlni r tonic, or children Out want bultdlag B Pierce, Chas. B. Skillman, 8. P. Connothing but sickness ever kept her from up, alioultl take our counties will bo slow to Improvo IlllOWN'S I HON HITTERS. rad, Alfred Oelro, F. P Payno nnd Silas seeing that idolized parent daily. The Itwlfet-Uoo- . It Ii pitman t to take, curat Malaria, much. Llllnrd, Councllmcii, light, the sunshine has gono from two and lillloune. All dea'cn keep 1L Eliza-bcthto-. 99-1- 45 78-117 70-184-104-1col-leg85-1- 2!) 75-1- 78 1)3-177-11)0-180-1- 85 87-180-1- 77 01 07 78 57 ma-joiiler Hon. Chap zm Wuthen camo up from Owensboro to spend the Sabbath witli wife and baby. Dr. Hardin and wife visited Mrs. John 1 tad ley, Mrj. Hardin's sister, at last week. . Mrs. J. M. Phillips and littlo daughter, spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Ella Ditto, Long Branch. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fail I igh. of Louisville, aro happy, iu the possession of another winsome wee daughter. Bessie Lewis and Lulu Woolfolk area little sick. Both Misses am ambitious nnd regret tho absence from school. Although tho night was not very favorable a good crowd met ut the residence of Mrs. G. L. Neafus to enjoy an "Aid Social." A good artist on Main street 'Is doing a laud olllce business, especially on Sunday, when people have leisure to Indulge In looking to sit tor photon. Bio. Cherry nnd family are comfort- able installed nt the parsonage. He preached last Sunday. The church feels that he is just the minister needed. Mibs Mnmio Moorman, Conttantiue, was here Friday and Saturday to be examined. Miss Mamie lias been a successful, popular teacher for several years. Mis Susie Itichardson is back from Chicago and fioui whom I bad a pleasant call last Friday. She came to tell mo of my boy and of her pleasant trip. Her health Is much improved. Mrs. Guartney nnd child visited Mrs. James Bland last week. Mrs. Guartney was once a nsident of this place. iShe has lived in Corydan, Ind., since, but I think is now residing elsewhere. The old Liberty Bell lift the Pennsylvania buildinjj labt week and is now safe in Philadelphia. Tho now silent of freedom will never leave the Quaker city again, so it lias been decreed. DIek Ditto is up. Mis John Howard is still right sick. Mrs. Neal Neafu, living a few miles out on therHardtns-bur- g road died last Friduy, leaving five littlo children, the oldest only ten years bonus. She joined tho Metjiodlst church in cany girlhood aud has over esnouscd her Muster's cause and been a faithful worker In His vinoyard. Tho gentle jdropping ol divino grace knocks at tlio aoor oi each Heart nnil whispers, "Tlio souls of our loved ones are but sunbeams lifted higher." Mother, husband, brothers, children, think of Luura as your sunbiaui in Paradise, beaming with happiness, waiting fur you. Shu i xpressul nperftct willingness to die anil be a iivat. My dear friends, there is only One to whom you can go for comfort. Near tho shadow of the crow, there is rest, pence nnd solace for tho stricken hearts. Bro. Cherry preached her funeral at the Baptist church which was crowded with friends and relatives, who followed the remains to the cemetery. Tho family lcquested me to thank their good friends nnd dear Dr. Pusey for kindness nnd attention. Binutlful floral designs wero presented by friends. Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets are not experimental. They have been on tho market fer years and aro guaranteed to euro tho Tobacco, Morphine or Drink Habit. Your druggists sells them. Progress In Your Interest - A LARGER STOCK A Better Assortment. AUTUMN HANGS The Lucky Horse Shoe TOBINSPORT. Jas. England went to Louisville Sunday with a drove of hogs. Our school is progressing nicely with Mrs. Royal as principal, and Mr. II. M. Lamb to seo after tho little "tots." Quite n number went from hero to Cannelton last Saturday to pay their last respects (of tho Beason) to Mr. Eberhart, our treasurer. Tho bird law is out hero the 10th. Don't bother us with your "pointers" nnd "setters" after that date. Sir. Thos. Taylor, of Eureka, and Mr. Bayard Taylor, of Intl., were hero lust week to attend tho funeral of little Ethel Polk their neice. The bulk of tho potatoes here havo been sold nt 00c per bushel, yet quite a number of the fanners have stored their crops for higher prices. Gardner Agnow is tho happiest man In the bottom, it is a girl. You can hear him for miles around on a still calm morning calling his hogs and singing (?) by o' baby. C. P. Polk after returning from prayer meeting Sunday night with his wife was thrown from his cart by getting his foot tangled iu some of the gearing and considerably brulsid up, though we hope not seriously hint. Died, little Ethel, daughter of Alford and Emma Polk died after a short and painful illness. We extend to them our deepest sympathies. 'Twos God's will to call her to the spirit land. Wo have passed through tho same flry triul. OVER OUR DOOR It means Good Luck to every buyer who gets inside of our store this season. AN ENTIRE NEW Line of Seasonable Dkess Goods, the latest patterns and weaves, at prices that will soon dump them off our counters. - er - .- -, , , ' VEST Of all the attractions f-- M BEWLEYVILLE. Mii-- s Blanche Jolly is visiting in Louis- ville. Miss Leah Payne is quite ill of typhoid Sulzer's Free Show. that has ever fever. Mr. Heron, ol Victoria, spoilt Siinduy nt Mt. Bryant FiSi-n- Mr. Roy Cain is nt homo from the & Stratum business collogo. Rev. CundifT failed to fill his appoint- ment at the Methodist church Sunday. Mrs. Rachel McQuown, of Ilillsboro, III., is visiting her sisther, Mrs. F. P. Haulaway. Mr. Hardin Wilson has bought the II. C Bashutn property hero und will soon move to town. Mrs. Griflln Dowel and duughte'r, Mis. Hettie McCans aro visiting Row Shelly and wife nt Clovcrport. n The Holiness Association of tho district convenes here at 10 o'clock this morning. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Hardaway and family havo returned from a visit to relatives at Glendenne and Falls of Rough. Mrs. D. S. Campbell and sous, Keo nnd William, of Russelville, aro visiting Mrs. Campbell's father, Mr. W. II. Cain. W. N. Drury, lust week, sold tho cash store to his sons, Geo. and S. P. and Mr. Alonzo Bennett. Tho new firm will be known as Drury, Bennett & Co. World's Fair visitors from this place were Messrs. Hunter Hurdawny, Fletcher Blanford, Hiram and Rice Carlton, Mrs. K. L. Bennett und duughter, Miss Beulah, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Piggott, Miss Lulu Lewis nnd tlio .Misses Drury. Eliza-bethtow- been in this county none will compare with Sulzer's free show which has just made a successful tour of tho county, conducted by clever, mirthful Ed Gregory. Thero is hardly a farmer who comes to this city that is not singing the praise of the wonderful pluck and hustling ability of Mr. Julius O. Nolte, the business manager of Sulzer-'Cloverport store. The young and the old, all unite in the praise of this wonderful store, and the 11111113 of Sulzer is as familiar to the school children us the alphabet. Their free show, which Mr. Nolte has out on tho road, is an attraction indeed nnd will set such advertisers as St. Jacob's Oil and etc., back a notch as this is an original idea of tho houso and puts ono mora feather in Mr. Nolte's cap of success. Every school house was crowdfd and those that couldn't get in stood on tho outside and clamored for places at tho window to see tho great of Hancock free show. The county need not be surprised if they wako up and seo painted on tho face of tho moon, "IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT OUR MAMMOTH CLOTHING HOUSE-- , FOR GREAT BARGAINS. SULZER'S, CLOVERPORT AND CANNELTON." Mr. Nolte has the courage to attempt it if it should becomo necessary, and their advertising man will go if they would furnish him with a flying machine. Hero's luck to this great free show. May their hand organ continue to put forth flowing streams of merry making music and their counters echo with bargains for tho readers of tho Clarion, Ilawesville Clarion. ' wide-awako s The Foot Ball 'w J If Season is now iu all it's glory in various parts of the country. To you and to us it lately means that this is the season when the weather is cold and biting, yet it is too eariy to believe it is winter. It's the season, then when you're likely thinking of making your purchases of CLOAKS, OVERCOATS, and all kinds of are not peris'h- aoie goods, but they will be as fresh nnd warm as if bought on Christmas Eve. Then besides you get the benefit of the warmth. Don't delay, therefore come now. Get ready for cold cold wcatlicr, to-da- BLANKETS WINTER WRAPS. y to-d- ao. SULZER'S A Valuable Farm ROCK LICK. Farmers are dono sowing wheat. Cropj aro generally good. Mr. Clark Owen has returned from the World's Fair. Mr. James Wheatley went to Glen-dean- e Friduy. Mr. Wathen Crows, of MeQuady, was the guefct of Mr. Iva Whcatly Sunday. Miss Annie Wheatley has been quite sick for sometime Mr. Wm.L. Wheatloy and family visitsysl. ed relatives near Hafdinsburg Saturday Ure. Mary O. Hadleu and Sunday. Otter Creek, Me. Miss Bettlo and Maud Day wore tho guests of Annie nnd Nelllo Wheatley ' Sunday. Expected to Dfo-B- ut, Miss Lizzie Bcavin lias returned home Hood's Gave Good Health. Mrs. Susan Benvin and Mrs Kato "If you will take tlmo to read this letter, I Askins were tlio guests of Mrs. Alice would llko to toll you what HooU'a Barnaparllla has donp for mo. Thrco yean ago I was taken Be&vin Sunday week. witli chills and lever, and although 1 slept In i Messrs. Willie nnd" Johnnie Newby cold room, even In winter, I would II nd tho light- and Tom Riley wero tho guists of Miss Clan Crows Wednesday. Mrs. Sue Moorman and Mifs Bittio est bed ctythlng too warm and would perspire Day w nt to Glendeanp SuturJay. till I could not apeak, then I would have chills Mr. Ben Pate, whoius. been m Kansas nnd would shako no It would seemns II I made thu hotiio tremble. Thrco physicians attended for soini time, has returned homo. mo ut tltflcrent times, but did not help me, and Mr. Priest Moorman is oil tho sick I Thought I Must Die. list. Cut I read so much of what Hood's Sarsapa. Thrco cheers fur tho Biikckkniiiikik rllla was doing for others, I thought I would try It, and I believe It lias mtiiI my life. I am News and tho Democratic party. on my T In . .Ituated In theForkS of lr.Ce".hldlfe coynly'K?-- . wm be .old at public On Saturday, December frm ol the late for Sale. oth, 1801, the home-lea- d Mercer containing bearing .1, per required to execute bond.' or deferred W"U Koi elen? .aml cct. Interc.t from date untfl 4,.a $, ''Kh " !'" 2K ,rct "' '""d .Ituated on the i "i. i !?n.V and llardlntburif road or Leitchfield, an? "'!" north farm, in Hreck'enrTdI. , county? a. nine of the be.t One hundred and jl.ty or acre, of the land ;tr.ete,oe?ceutf,n.ll,IUofer00d Decrlptlon-- A firtt-clatwo-.tor- y dwelling '" ' naue tree, dThle'?,lrul yard w"th nn"mS a never yard of the be.t water. Ha. fa lint' well ?and witncrCeal4,r.VVe0rU n abundance of .to"k 'it"!"' n da pa'" cSla? & 1 c' iVa f Mle' mS?J' MeDanlel., Ky, H Chills and Fever Dr. J. L, Bloprman. mo-crat- Hood's Cures Resident Dentist OLOVERPORT, KY. OfHce with Dr. J. t, Owen, Cat I Klld " Ve" faction kind. of Dent.l fcurnteed. of llrltlirn. ork dun, ,d .at!.- plena-n- nt liealtli. that 1 seventh bottle and ani now In good l)o not have chills or fever, nnd feel cannot praise enough since It has dono mo so much good." Mas. Maiiy C. Haulkv, OtUrCmek, Me. Hood's Sarsaparilla ruuruntccd euro for Wk would liko for our vitrified brick torjtlmii Qutnluo. irleo 50 cts. men to make a deal that would forco FOB SALE. colt colt hore- - ta,u ,C,,m c,n-o- , tho Mood's Pills do not purge, pain or grip, but act promptly, easily and efflcleutl jr. SCc. them to run their brick plants all winter. Wo don't liko this way of taking a thing by peaco meals. It fulls hard on li 0 laborer, ' innn,e;j one J"nv by Crown A . O. colt and one Jack in teveral younif STKl'HKNS, lib tKy. riiTWttnmr.;Br: MMMMMM yjjjjfi Litrf fcL !fk Jj mBftiiiiffliiirlri !3mmiwmum KY. tWmf fym iww iita5iAr'A,...!i 'mrp'jrjmrX'' exramnvn THE BRROKRNRIDGR NEWS, GLOYRRPORT, -- 3 DAiftfER JN WRITING. EXPERTS CAVTHAT CLAN TINQ30ni?T CAUSES DI9EAS2. A IIOMN DIIESSMAKING, ji HOW TO CUT AND FIT THE WAIST ANQ UNINQ. The rrunnr Tool nnd tlio Tinto and How to Tako the Meniurmneiitii. Placing tlio Plagrnni Correctly Molding It to the Ilody. (Copyright, 1809, by American Press Auocln-tlon.- l OOTA'Mi 1 and Crops. Jtt. 'B ri HARD- ASHOnT.GTOUT PERSON THE EST TO FIT. HOW THE FOOD 8UPPUE3 OF THE EARTH ARE REGULATED. Mot'niiivnt In 1'imir of Vertical Kcrlpt lijr Ine lllelicut Mrttlcnl Author-lllu- a lU'iiiltn of Ilxteunlvo I'xnnrlmeiita M Itli School Clillilrru. llail.nl .t gerous and unlicnltliful by experts. By tlio time tho next generation matures it will probably Imvo been wiped out. Tl.c script then will bo vertical instead of slanting, and writers will sit square nml a upright boforo their work instead of and stooped, as at present. e Tho idea of this leform originated in Germany and overspieads England while reaching this country, Tlio following resolution was adopted not long ago by tho international congress of school hygieno in London by a vote of 220 ngainst 1: Whereas, Tho lijtltnlc n(hnntw:csof vertisido-waypros-votiv- Tlio method of writing taught in modern schools and practiced by 09 people out of every 100 hns been declared dan- The Wrtliit l'or it Slender Pernan How to Make Different Stylciof WaliU Fa.tni-ln- c Hack and In l'ront Cutting Fui Ereiilnir flown. tCopyrlylit. IBCQ, by American Press Ajuxk;I tlon.1 cal wrllltiK Iimo been cleurly shown and t tabllshcd Loth by medical Investigation and practical oxcrli'ncc, and Whereat, ItHlntrudULtlnn obviates tlioso per nlclous iOkltl,;ds of the body which outall rn. chltlc diseases and mjopla, Resolu-d-, That wo recommend the Introduction of vertical writing In the tcliuols of llit people. IndrnftlugpittcrnHtliobegliiiu'rwllI find It rather dlfllcillttodraft for pcrson'whos foi flgureH nroout of tho usual proportions Instance, one thai Is short and stout bving the harden ol nil flgurestoflti So when the dressumkjr has to mnko n waist fot such a person the better way Is to draft n diagram, wltb the bust nnd waist 111 ea.su r as the only guldefl, and then measure th leuuth of tho waist under tho nrms and dtaw a lino around tho waist to the right Inch over. Then leiiKth and draw another which comes jiutto tho bend, whero waist lino finishes nlid hip flare begins, and cut- tho Intervening space out, bringing the bottom up to'thb upper line, and tho waist will then beilnf proper pro-- ' portions all over, and no difficulty will arise, that a couple of pins will not rectify. Tholady who wishes to become a thorough dressmaker must have the proper tools and necessaries to begin with, besides a large amount of putlenco aud taste. The tools needed aro hero briefly mentioned: A cutting board or folding table. A tape measure. Three pairs of scissors, one for buttonholes. A pincushion for general uso and one to fasten to tho side. A needlebook. Thread aud sowing silk as much as one likes. A press board for ordluary waist and A slecvo board for pressing sleeves. A heavy flatlron and one light one. Ono or more, wire frames for draping trim- skirt, Tho effect of co serious nn action in n V - H" x 4 country esteeming proper physical conditions as England esteems them i: readily to bo imagined. The corresponding movement in tii. United States is led Ly Dr. Bnrnhnm oi His investigations Clark university. have brought tho conviction that tho ordinary position in writing is among the foremost conditions of school lifo and methods of training which must be changed in tho Interest of health. The vertical rcript. therefore, is strongly recommended. From GO to 00 pqr cent of lateral curvaturo of tho spino is found life, tho curvature to bo caused in in u largo per cent of theso cases being toward tho light sido, as a result of n defective position in writing, nnd the ejes ot the came time art) seriously in jued by litis slanted willing. Tho practical advance of the newlj aiprovediystem hi this country u illus-- , tnted in I no Wurcetttr normal bohoo' aid tho Yoikingmeii'a ichool at Fifty ftjirlh street in this city, directed by Pjofestor A"lcr. whero tho, vertical waiting is med in tho lower trades and new carried on to tho fourth and fifth glides. riioobhervr.tionaof foreign physicians, slowing that tho prevalence of myoptii ad spinal curvature is regularly incensed in tho advance through the 6Qool grades are bupplrmentcd in this crintry by work on novel lines. An dietetic couit-- followed by Dr. Shaw of ttj University of tho City of New Yorl h$ given additional proof that tho cnuso oihe difficulty is to bo attributed to the diks which aro generally in use, and inre especially to tho bad position in voting, tho opinion being held with ap-punanimity by investigators in i' 'ount 7 as well as abroad that all loi ."o Kwitious to bo taken in tho sclol practico of writing aro improper. Oij judged to bo correct is tho oblique cejrol position and tho other tho sWght central position, between which inference to final choice tho contro-- , vey in Germany is said to bo fierce. o advocates of reform observo that thhild writes vertically when ho first go, to Bchool, nnd that tho teacher hai d to prk for tho Blant. Tho vertical the central position at tho desk arelike naturally indicated. At this n sti) tho controversy has led to tho that tho height of tho desk and thof tho scat must be equally adapted to growth of tho pupil. Iiibomeof thorogressivo schools, as Felix Adler's an'at South Orange, N. J., adjustable set aro being used. "ji point in Dr. Shaw's recent exporting, made with tho aid of several on more tlian 1 ,C00 pupils in tho N;York and suburban schools, has c beto sco whether, with tho paper in front of the pupil ami with tho oyjlosed, there could bo any teudency tod vertical writing. Tho pupils wifirst requested to take tho custom-nrisitioin writing, nnd to write in thdinary manner tho suntenco, "John is lig his paier kite." This form of exke was selected on account of the r.uer of long letters which it contains, ani being ono also that is caiy for the chlo remember. After having thus win the seutenco, tho pupil was dire to tako tho straight central posi-ti- c ip his pen in tho ink and with his ey osed to'writo tho same again. closing of the eyes was to elimi-n- a 0111 tho child's mind tho conscious-li- e the slant. Tho anglo of slant in nil long letters in tho test papers was ca ly measured, tho angle of slant in th ml writing in each case being also fo with tho snmo precision. Tho increments and tho calculations ran nri.UOO items, and among other issues of Work was tho invention by a lady of lchincf for making tho measuro-in(r-NoYork Press. it writ-injincon-cliots di-ren ' f mings, eta, on. A bundle cap wire for collars and stiff bows. Elastic, braid, bindings, whalebones, casings, crinoline, buckram aud dress linings such as sllesia, paper cambric and drilling and taffetas, silk and brllllantinooralpoca for facings. Asldo from these there should also be bobbin cord for pipings, and stiff muslin, black and white, for collars, etc, pencil and book for writing dowu measurements; also n sewing machluejiid some stiff paper to diagram patterns 011. skirts. A tin body for adjusting waists, METHOD OK DJtAFTINO PATTKItSS. Tlia diagrarafKhowsthetwo lines between which to cut, and whatever Is cut out should bo taken from tho exact center This diagram makes an allowance, for shortening three Inches. If ono Inch only Is needed, let it be taken from tho middle, and the proportions of' the whole will remain unchanged. When the waist is for a very slender person, the center back should lie cut down and enough taken off to bring it to nearly the. right width, and half an Inch should be cut 07 both utiles of both side back and side TAUINO THE LI.VINO MEASUltniKXT. front piicc. The darts hIiouM not bu cut In so deep, and the wholo front narrowed by taking oft from one half an Inch 1 1 r.i much as Is nectsiiry on the front ami 11U0 0:1 tho sides and arm 'd :.'. Oucuthe dressmaker han drafted a well propoi io.ied diagram It Is better to follow it, ma!. In;: what changes? r,rc mcessaryto adapt It to dllierent llgurcs. The nitieess of halting tho seams and trying on the i;o'.vn an. I then llttiii'C It by itself, m old ai and no matt r how cclentlflo a "system" to look by means of tin or maybe brass artpar.itun the waist has to bo fitted just the name. Wheii the walit is made for a very slender perhon, item hu made to tako a Grace1 1 1 ln tailor's buckram across tho chest part, taking It up In the darts and quilting It onto tho llnin. This will hold the waist out suulcleutl." full to give It n graceful shape umirous or too warm. without I Habits art 4i.- -. this way very ofteu. When the dress waUt under the dressmaker's hands U to be cut short and round, it should bu cut off at the lower line on the diagram and finished under a belt or with a smooth edge, as Is prefeire 1. If a waist is to be a gathered French or spencer style, the front under arm piece I omitted, and the front parts aro cut off at tho waist Hue and extended out under the arm, following tlio Hue marked x, and no darts aro cut In the outside, though If de sired the lining can be fitted with darts and tho outside gathered down. For a Frcuch waist or blouse only three pieces are required, tho two fronts and the back, which is all ono nnd can be cut by laying back and sldo back pieces together and following the lino marked x, which gives the required fullness. If the drens Is for a slender person, the back part should not bo so wide aud can bocutdown thocen-tero- f the side back to the waUt lino and 6quare to center of back. There should 1m no seam In the center of tho back, which should bo cut lengthwise of the cloth. To maken surplice waist the goods should be gathered onto the shoulders, us marked with O, and drawn across tho bust to the left side, leaving the neck V shaped. Tho left side finishes at the closing line, with flat buttons or hooks and eyes. The fastening Is not seen, and tlitf folds on the left side aro arranged In tho same way, coming from the shoulders. The belt forthe part which laps extends over on the leftside about four inches. The surplice waist Is one of the prettiest, particularly for summer gowns and slendur figures, bult must he draped either on tho person cv on a tin figurine which has much tho samo form as the per son, as the folds must be arranged so that as soon as the belt Is fastened they will fnll naturally Into place. They cannot lie tacked or fastened except at shoulder and waist. Surplice fronts ha e plulu gathered backs. In gathering Trench waists tho gathers should not reach under the arms, hut all that spfc.ee under tho arms that would be occupied by tho side pieces should be left plain. In cutting or diagramming for evening gowns the diessmnker must diagram first for a basque, which Is the fundamental principle of all waists, and then cut out tho top as desired V shaped, round shoulderneck first marked, heart shape or ing about where it is to bo cut and allowing it at least two Inches higher than it is expected to bo. Tho neck should never bo cut to finish until tiled ou. Drooping berthas or rullles make it appear lower than it really Is. Puffed trimmings of tulle, laco or ribbon make It appear higher. Pointed waists look more slender, but round ones are rather preferred just now. To havo a waist lace or fasten In theback the fronts must be cut In lining first and sewed together and carefully fitted, after which tho outside can be put 011 and should be tried on azaln until uot 0110 wrinkle shtws. The back pieces aio cut so as to hat 0 the outside hip under, as tho fronts usually do. If eyelet holes nro worked, there must be 11 p'eco which hips under at least two Inches of the same goods, so that If the cords stretch no gap Is seen. Hooks fasten tho under side, and eyes more of-cand tho lacMg Is more for style. Tho back must he strongly boned when It closes In that way. No stjla Is so pretty for evening and none more difficult. n ful form by Ntitchliig a plecu of wlgan or Tho first thing to bo done in tlio making )f a dnss Is to cut and fit tlio waist. It is ,1 simple matter, but requires order enough lo allow tho dressinakerto keep track of all her belongings. When ready to begin work, let the young dressmaker tako a larger pleco of stiff cartridge paper aud start from the right straight odgo with her measurement. The porsou to lie fitted stands with her hands on her hips, and the tapellne Is passed around the body close under tho nrms and over tho bust nnd brought to the back and tho figures taken. The length ot tho back Is taken, tlio front from the top of tho shoulder to the waist line and to the throat. Then under tho nrms, and finally around tho waist and wlierover tho tape U qutlined on the diagram. Wheu the measurements nro set down, tho dressmaker takes her pencil and rule and marks tho first line four inches from tho odgo of tho paper and brings it down In n slanting line to one-hainch of tho edge at the waist line. She then divides the bust line d in three, giving its length to the s to the front nnd side back and making dots whero tho measure front, comes. The front, from throat to waist lino. Is then measured and tho neck shaped out from thv high lino to tlio low one, which gives It about tlio right form, which can be cut out more If needed when tried on. Tlio basque shape Is the foundation of all dressmaking, but as just now tho waists are unusually short it can be cut off at the waist Hue or n little below It. When tho lady to be fitted Is stout, tho lines on the diagram will show how to add to the width lf one-thirtwo-third- Club Hula In Now York. W: somewhat shocked last week wlitting in the Knickerbocker club, wll was busily engaged in alternately g on thoso tiresome wall paper bo s iu.J garlands and in keeping upjsultory conversation with tho onl j men of my acquaintance left in 1, to seo a man whom we all kn od to us ns l.o passed tho club wi although accompanied by his wl 'his in certainly very bad form. A hould show moro deference to his than to any other woman. Of one know hotter than to bow. Onuupposcd never to recognize a wo tcquatntanco from a cluuwni do therwiso wo approved of him. , Vo ).New Ofllce KeiiitUlte. Why do you havo that dog sit' 1 your writing desk? '( I have mislaid my spongo, bo I nnxing him to lick my postago i( S -- without destroying tho symmetry. The darts form a very important part In tho appearance of gowns, but there Is no set rule that can npply to them. Tho waist Is cut In tlio proportion marked, and If the bust Is slender the durts should not be taken deep. If full or very full, they can be made deeper, according to tho need, and the front may bo slanted, if so desired, so as to throw added fullness whero It Is required. Nor can the length of the darts ho decided until the figure of tho lady Is seen. Some need high seams, some low ones, but the averago is about five inches nbovo the waist line, tapering to a point, and about one Inch cutaway In tho center. This cau only be determined in trying on. Wheu all the pieces belonging ton waist-ei- ght hi all, though they aro cut In pairs which aro exactly alike have been outlined with dots according to the measures, they can be marked out with u pencil and then cut The lining should ho then laid flat and thecartridge paper diagram laid over it and the pattern marked ou the lining, which must be cut on the straight. Cut, allowing ono full Inch ull around except In front for the seams In front allow two inches for turning In. Tho dress material should bo laid flat and cut out exactly tho samo size as tho lining. Tho darts should nut be cut out until tho lining has beeu tried on, though their positions can bo marked. The lining. If pot silk, should be cambric or sllesia, or, for heavy dresses, of drilling. The crosswise thread must be on an even line with tho waist line. In cutting both lining and outside ono should practice placing the diagram so as to cut to the be.H advantage, us this is very Important, and in cutting the different parts it Is weli to cut them by twos, tho cloth being properly folded, so that you may not get two pieces for tho samo side, which often happens with beginners. When tho wutstls cut out, baste tho lining together, beginning all seams at the top, and then try it on, with the seams on the outside. Pin tho fronts together, leaving the edges to stand outward and then get the size right around the waist, and after that pin tho darts and seams to con form absolutely with the figure. Do not try to mold the flgttro to the dress. When sure that tho waist Is, so to cull It, molded to the body, press back the front edges so that the pinholes will strain a little, see that tho arm sizes and neck aro comfortable and that It does not bind anywhere or wrinkle, and then slip off the waist and pull the seams a very little, enough to show Just where the seams should be, now that the lining In fitted. As soon as this is done rip apart the lining and cut away all superfluous edges, though If theiiieasuiemeiits are carefully taken there should hu scarcely anything to cut away, The lining Is then ready to bo Rusted to the material. olivk iiaiii'uii. Aurlriillum In the lliisU of All tliilinUtcnre, hut Yt the Stout Ihlnkly mint Siits Aro Not hy Any Meant tliejioit Fertile. .Iiivu'h ropuliitloii. How much room is there still ou tho earth for mankind? This is a question which ia ofteu rniscd aud which is answered in a grcnt many different wnys. As all food ii cither directly or indirectly derived from tho vegetable kingdom, and tho plants need tho light and tho heat of tho sun, tho question as to how the light and heat aro distributed is an important one. If wo assume (which is true) that only CO per cent of tho heat of tho sua reaches tho earth, the remainder being absorbed by the atmosphere, then latitudes SO degrees north aud south will reccivo 02 per cent; 40 degrees north and south, 03 per cont; CO degrees north and south, 40 per cont, nnd the poles only 17 per cent of tho heat received nt tho equator. Therefore tho countries wlilcji on account of tho amount of bent received aro in tho most favorablo circumstances to prodtico a great amount of vcgetablo food llo in the. tropics, provided the other condition of plant lifo is found-t- hat is, dampness. In Europe ieoplo were particularly impressed with tho information communicated by Humboldt, on bis return from his American journey, concerning tho great amount of food furnished by tho banana in tropical countries. It was lator proved, however, that tho distinguished naturalist was mistaken, first, in ascribing so high u state of productiveness to tho banana, and, second, because tho banana is not generally suitable, to bo used as tho principal food, for man. As tho grains nro cultivated wherever agriculture is advanced, in tho damp parts of south and cast Asia wo find rice, in tho dry parts of India and tho greater part of tropical Africa, millet and sago, and in tropical America, principally corn. Tho banana is even less fitted to furnish the staple food than tho potato. As nn accessory, however, liko tho potato in tho wealthy countries of Europo and North America, it is very important. As a denno population Is only possible where there Is a certain amount of cultivation, wo must keep in mind tho experience of many thousand years and nccept the grains ns tho baso of nourishment. Tho Littlo Antilles nnd Mnscarene islands nro of iuteuso fertility nnd export a great deal of sugar and import not only industrial products, but a good deal of foodstuff. Tho ground, therefore, docs not directly nourish the population Several parts of India export foodstuffs, and there is no trustworthy information us to tho interior commerco in these products. Touquin has too lately been annexod to France to obtnin trustworthy statistics. Java, with Madura, is alone suited to our statistical necessities. This country is sufficiently largo, it furnishes good statistics of agriculture and commerce, nnd the imports nnd exports nrecarofnlly registered. Tho population is about ns dense as in Belgium and Saxony, but lifo is supported under very different circumstances. Saxony nnd Belgium import foodstuffs and export 1ni11cr.il and manufactured products. Java imports a very small amount of rice and salt fish nnd exports many more agricultural products. It uot only supplies its own people with food, but finds it iiossiblo to buy mineral and manufactured products. It might bo supposed that this immense population would bo divided in a certain proportion on the island, aud cither that its increaso would bo small, as in Franco and Belgium, or elso thero would be a large emigration, us from Great Britain or Germany. Neither caso is true Emigration is scarcely known. The population increases at tho rate of 1 jor cent a year, and its distribution varies so greatly that in tho eastern portion there aro fewer people than in the swampy province of Minsk, in Russia, and in tho central part thero aro almost twico as many people ns in Belgium and Saxony, and yet 80 per cent of tho population in this part of tho island live by ngricul- -' tnro. Rico is tho staple, and tho statistics, give 238 kilograms to each inhabitant. Only about 15 per cent of tho surface of tho island is devoted to tho culturo of rice. This is still in a vory primitivo state, but tho government has taken it up, and tho production will bo greatly Increased. Java is a mountainous country, but theso mountains are not high, and tho rainfall is great, and rico can bo cultivated on 80 per cent of tho snrfaco for tho first crop nnd 10 por cent for tho second. Wo havo thereforo a possible extension of the cultivation of rico to 5,200,000 hectares. An nverago crop to this amount of acreage would support 0,000,000 people Tho surfaco of Java could be dividod in this manner: Thirty per cent of tho water surfaco would produco rice, vegetables, breadfruit and agricultural exports. Fifteen per cent, not watered, would produco breadfruit and agricultural exports; eight per cent, not watered, coffeo nnd tea plantations; two per cent, watered, sugar cane. Thero would s, then bo left 45 per cent for forests, meadows, waters, roads and dwell ings. Tho prjtflo of Java need not then bo condemned to llvo on rico mono. Fruits aro very important nnd necessary for health, nnd in Java nlono aro found 100 different kinds. Cattlo can be oaslly ralsod, and tho superabundant numbers of water plants, insects and worms that aro found in tropicul countries furnidh nn easy menus of feeding fish and fowls. Wo find thoreforo that in this country 800 men could find support on one square kilometer, or moro than four times as many peoplo as aro now there. Alex-undWollkof iu Breslau Deutocho gar-don- ILLJ J gcntlo but profoundly comfortable support that added materially to tho enjoyment of tho meal. And it may bo ndded that mora surprises than ono awniCtlie mun who for the first tiirro goes about among country hotels. Hu will find' hotels whoso landlords prldo tlioinseJves Jo on their beds nnd their iablo, ana with good reason ; lie will find beds and rooms Come in and sco us whilo in town. Will givo you ti that nro most trim anil comfortable and . surprise party in , a table that affords grcnt delight ; simple perhaps, but abundant nnd with everything of tlio best, skillfully cooked arid, nicely served ; a tablo from which 0110 rises convinced that while lifo may have higher aims than the satisfaction of t In Shoes and Clothing we will give you a regular picnic. one's nppetito it has few moro gratifying Just received one lot of Shoes that must go from $1.00 to $1.75, in their accomplishment." New York Sun. genuine Calf, Lace or Congress. , l TiEaiE loiliifipry jr (ood$ Hou$e ltflJ BARGAINS Wc mean business, we aro not hero to get down and wait for some (o givo us great big prices. We aro hero to sell and wc are DoWitt's Witch Hazel calve ctiressorcs: ulcers. doing it. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Wo handle the best of goods and defy competition. Though Meador, Hardinsburg. some of our brother merchants say wc don't, and wo don't deny the fact How to be Happy. that wo handle somo Auction goods, and tho prices will convince you If you would increase your hap.iiness that they are well bought and worth the money. nnd prolong your life, forget your neighNow an extra heavy Canton Flnnnol Drawer 10c worth C0c' '' bor's faults. Forget the Blander you have heard. Forget tho temptations. An extra heavy Drill Drawer at 85e. , ,',' H, DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures piles. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures burns;' ono Forget the V and give thought Youths' Hat at 20c. ',"lU''.a Boys' Hut at 15c. to the cause that provoked it. Forget the peculiarity of j)ur friends, ttnd only Men'B Caps at 20c. Men's Hats at .'15c. -- ' remember tho good points that make Men's Overcoats from $2.00 to $15.00. '. '" H' you fond of them. Forget nil porsonnl 75c. to g.'l.SO. Boys' Overcoats from vlaqv t histories of quarrels that you have heard i ' Youth's Overcoats from $.'5.00 to SG.50. by accident, and which, if repeated, 'umK ' .1 Good Ginghams at O'o. would seem a thousand times worse than thoy arc. Blot out, as far as Tho best Women's shoe on earth SI. 50 call for theni. " . ', all tho disagreeables of life ; they .'. Men's Brogans from $1.00 to $1.75. will come, but they will grow la'ger as you remember them, and constant Men's Fine shoes from $1.00 to 80.76. ' thought of tho acts of meanness, or, Ladies' Cloaks must go betweon now and Christmas, in fact everyworse still, malice, will only tend to make you familiar with them. Obliter- thing in the House if prices arc any inducement. I ate everything disagreeable from yesterBring us your produce, butter, eggs, hides, meat, lard, Sorgluuu day; start out with a clean sheet for to-- d iy, and write upon it, for Bweet memory 's molasses. Iiag3 and feathers taken at tho highest m irkct pricas. sake, only those things that are lovely SSrComc and see us whether .you wish to buy or not. lovable. fault-findin, KiHsi-bl- r c, River News. The New Orleans lino now comprises the John K. Speed, U. P Schenck, New South and Stnto of Missouri. The purchase of tho last named by the Cincinnati and New Orleans peoplo n fow days ago makes the line complete. Tlio Louisville and Evausvillo mail line this season will consist of 'the Stenmers E. G. Ragon, City of Owens-bor- o nnd Tell City. Each 0110 of the packets has been repainted an overhauled thoroughly during the low water period. Tho Tell City makes better time than any of the other boats. Peter Busso, tho fisherman is building a new boat. Ills old one won't go through the winter. Tho Packet peoplo say this town gives them less business than any town on the river. It used to bo ono of their best shipping points boforo the railroad came. The John Howard will pass dowu tomorrow for New Orleans. Yours Truly, KAYE, MATTINGLY & UOBEN, HARDINSBURG, KY. Bab on Religion "What's tho matter with tho world nt largo ? Why docs it want to make peoplo feel disagreeable ? 1 sometimes wish Tlio Cut Wn lluncry. A young lady bookkeeper employed In an ofllco nt South Manchester, Conn., has beeu iu the habit for somo timo past of giving the ofllco cat a piece of meat for its lunch every day. Precaution is taken to lay a pieco of paper under tho meat to avoid greasing tho floor. Tho other day nt lunch honr, when thero was no meat, pussy begged for Bomo in her most intelligent fashion, and nt lost going to tho wast'ibashet dragged forth her regular pa- - er tablo cloth and laid it properly for tho meat. Philadelphia Ledger. rt Correctly weekly by I'umphrey .": '..infer, Produce Cuimnlstlon Merchants, apbecond St.,liet. Main anil Market, I.ouitvil!c,ky. that the preachers would talk apainst Sunlying and Bcandalinonging fifty-tw- o days in tho year, and I givo you my word that I wish they would make the mutters perfectly personal and refer by name to tho members of tho congregation. Religion ought to be personal ; when it does not apply to you or mo directly and distinctly it is doing no good. The faith which generalizes will never sayo many people. I would not givo n straw to hear the finest preacher in tho world talk about tho meaning of verses in tho Old Testament I wnnt them to tell what lying is, define stealing, make tho diuerence between right and wrong iu everyday life as distinct as possible, and teach mo and teach you our duty to our neighbors. I want a preacher who will say that, even to lose his salary, ho will not flatter his congregation. I do not know exactly where wo will get such a preacher, but I am hoping for him. BABBAGEl'S BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S Medium Common Creamery Fresb LOUISVILLE. KY.. Nov. 7 tb03. Skippers should mark all packages plainly, with shipper's uatue and address. KUTXEH. 17 Id Choice, counlrv post-oCl- It 13 E0Q3. 1 30 (a) 17 75 to 1 85 BARGAIN COLUMN. Underwear nt Babbago's. Babbage'a for underwear. Havo you bougbt your Underwear. If not, don't fail to seo Babbage's line. Bed Ties are the latest. A good selection can bo found at Babbage's Fino Candies at Babbago's. We will lot you wear our shirts if you will come in early and m.ako your selections and pay us prices wo ask for them. Prices won't stand in tho way if you want one of our Bhirts. Your underwear is; entirely "top gauzy for these chilly" mornings; Bettor come in and- - got something woolly and feel more comfortablo. We'll make tho prices comfortablo too. Neckwear stylish and pro(ty worth 50 cents at 25 cents. Men's fancy all wool underwear, Somefino Royal ribbod goods. thing that will koop you warm this Prices on theso goods winter. right. s Come in and mako your whilo the sizes aro intact and Wo re tho assortment complete, fer to our fall and winter underwear. Hero's a cinchor: A fino , theiin-significa- nt solec-tionall-wool I1KANS. Michigan, haifd picked Notice'! you first-clas- We will for the next thirty daj s sell s to 1 84 to 1 20 Old or Common and colored DllIED APPLES AND PEACHES. to Apples, choice bright quarters ..... S Apples, averago 4K to 4Ji Apples, old 4 to J'.i Peaches, new Peaches, old 1 6(1 1 01) .ndiaua Navy FEATI1EUS. Prime, whlto goose Mixed Old No. 1. duck ...'. Green, rood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheen skins Hcnf per lb Roo ters per lb 38 2i(o)3& IS O) 20 25 trees for 6c sach. It is just clear a ground. to be added when Irees are shipped. W. R. Polk & Bro., Apple the cash at Trees good. in order to piece of 25c per 100 HIDES, , & 3 5 , M6 20 3J 7 80 POULTRY. : , (SK 3 7 ( 7 G9 Spring Chickens, per lb Young Ducks per lb Oetu, full featberd Turkey ROOTS, 8 8 4 SO U 4 00 7 (linseng, Ky. and Indiana Yellow Root OAM K. 2 15 2 30 18 , I 80 (3 , i 1 1 Rabbit Squirrels Quail Tub-wash- 00 (a) 1 25 75 2 00 t 75 WOOL. TOBINSPORT, IND. Qrease, Sue Urease, coarse ,. Merino liurry and Outs MISCULLAXKUUS. .'.,,'. Tallow lleeswax Sorghum Molasses y - ...,...., ,. 25 16 12 12 5 Ch 66 2t 30 CO 35 Secrets of Dressmaking All the highly prlied secrets ef the dressmaker' art will be divulged in the series of articles on HAY. GRAIN. FEED. We quote price on Louisville cltj wharfi OATS. No, 2 oat 32 36 13 00 12 00 11 00 S HAY. Strietl; choice 10 50 11 Choice No. 2 Good Medium Uood Dright Straw.. CORN. Choice whit Choice shelled , i 00 10 00 (i ( 4 75 50 42H 40 00 50 OATTLK. flood to extra shipping. 4 3 3 Ilent Dutcber 3 Medium to good butchers 1100S. 0 Choice packing and butehers 6 Fair lo good 6 Roughs Shoats and trigs 100 lbs and under.3 Light shipping Home Rovue. DUprovlnir uu Did AJcse. A cortnin nowspaper claims to publish ncaily 100,000 "want nds.," and yot we aro told "Man wants but little hero Tlio Catholics of Italy ore pctitioninj. Truth. in large numbers ngainst tho bill for Olive Uaiii'cii. ttabr me. giving tho civil marriage rfto preceAmong The Country Hotels. I dence over the religious ceremony. The Itrntou to Ilo I'roud. "I was a littlo surprised, upon enterOno word dcscrlb's it "nnrfection.1 meiisuro was rojected by tho senate In IJMother My child, you will Wo Witch Hazel IO, when 00.000 Catholics petition e- - ing tho dining room of a country hotel," boutethiug to bo proud of. Salvo,refer to DoWitt's ol avo cures obstinato sores, burns, skin ngaiust it. said a travolcr, "to seo tho table sur Yo o born on tho queen's birthday. diseases nnd is n well known cure for rounded with now lilghbacked chairs, i Ohild Dear iue, niamuia. woro A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and piles. Littlo vegetable health producers: which were strictly up to unto, or DacK :e ? Exchango. Witt & Mcador, Hardinsburg. Little Early Itlsora euro malarious to dale, in styjo, I confess trint I woa disorders nnd regulate the stomach and as the Infanta Pretty? still moro surprised to find theso chairs Organized Charity. bowels, which prevents headache and verv comfortable. Me. lady answered this query I think that tho Charity to bu effective must bo inlelll-nen- t. A, It. Eislior, Clovorport, and d chair as a rule is more liketin had a lovely complexion but Witt & Meador, llardinflburg. no than all my girls havo since ly to gratify tho (esthetic side of our Wo glvo to rcllvo suffering,, not to QUEENSWARE. is won-tl. tin m to uso Park's Tea. It nature than it is to satisfy our deslro for idleness. Now id your tltno to purchoso Queens solid comfort; but these chairs had eviw pretty they lock now. A, It. Give by all means, but beloro ypu give ware and Glassware, we linvo a low dently been selected by somo ono who Fit ruggl8t. investigate. roinncnlH left, aud are closing out at Charity Bliould not bo a Bcntlment, cost. Wo will mako it to your interest had not only good tasto, but good senso. 'riutlng of every dlwriptlon To sit back in one of them was to find a to call, Babbngo's. but a principle o( action. flu n tho highest stylo. ." 1 Do-Wit- t's high-backeei Natural Gray Men's Underwear, and tho price and the value is honoBtly $5. Now if you arc open bargain, come to a big bona-fid- o around on Saturday and tako them at $3.75. Don't answer that lottor on Bhabby noto paper, come to us and get something new and nobby in this line. When you aro engaged then comes tho wedding stationery. Wo Bhow a choico and elegant .assort ment of theso goods. ) All thoso World's Fair visitors wear shirts bought of Babbago. BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'8 BABBAGE'S A trial will cohvIhco tho most LaGrlppo, Celb, Ac Dressmaking to appear In these columns. They teach how to cut, fit, and make all the difficult shapes of the day. 4 25 3 75 3 05 40 00 (3 3 25 65 IS 50 0 70 A 65 6 75 00 W 3 25 3 25 2 50 fu) 4 75 W e ggaSsSissIaiagssa a?bus-5a pj Save Them. j.v (let Them nnd Good.lo extra shipping Fair to good LAM US. flood to extra spring. ,..., Fair to good SHEEP. 2 75 1 10 4 SO ...2 50 $.4 00 CLOVERPORT RETAIL MARKET. COKItCTED WCEKLY. T llu'ter, per pound..,.,. Cheese, por pound Cabbage, per head Chickens, each Corn, perbuthel , Ducks, each Apples, per peek 20 20 e. o. .1520 ,...... ! SQv'O skeptical that " O. C. C. Certain CeHgk Care' fa the greatest remedy cxtaHt for tho euro ef Croup, Coughs, o awwae c. Eggs, per doten UJic- e. New potatoes, per peek. 20 c. , ...... Onions, per pick Spring chickens, eaob .12fiJ0o, 55 e. Wheat, per bushel 10 e. Roasting ears, rerdosen ' 5 e. Tomatoes, per dos 15 t, Sweet Potatoes per peck,,.........1.... DrWd 'leans , 4 r. 4 e. , Dried peaches ..,...... 5 e. Pried Apples , 75 e. Orecn Apples, per bushel..,. ,15 , Turnips per bushel C, IQQ'JO ,45'0 7UQ25 e. e. e. o,. S:SfHHM I$W u, isawr iv .r'r' l3' FWviST Jm Jbv Jy StSLY. ? ,mj W o JW AS- - Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S Gov't Rep 01 1. rZ.TVP ? MOWAaB r orvHiattfi. A ! ...teton eo. ru.tieMe . The camp occupied by Colonel Hunt uud tho rangers lie commanded was pitched lu a niottu of pecans tliat borfertile valley. Tho lofty tree dered tojw lifted theniHelves, a dak gTeen barrier againSt tho monotony of tho level plain. Within tho whlto tents of tho rangers glimmered in the shade; paddles and camp utensils wcro scattered about; horses stood tethered hero and thero or roamed with hoppled limbs and tinkling stock bell through tho grove everything wore the air of a plcturcsquo and favorablo encampment. It was the supper hour, and campfires wcro liegiunlng to illmninato tho shadows of tho aisles. Tho glancing light flashed upon tho figures of tho men bus-io- d in cooking or lounging in groups abort the doors of their tents, upon arms and accouterments staked and piled agulnst vurious trees. Tho fires roared and crackled, tho Bteam of tho broiling morsels filled tho air, and in tho whero n somewhat larger and inoro comfortable tent stood by tho sido of a quiet pool, tho rising globo of tho silver moon swung silently over tho forest picture. Tho waters wcro already beginning to shimmer and danco with its reflected rays when tho flap of this tent was pushed nsido and a man strodooutof tho opening. As ho did so tho light of a campfiro opposito flashed full upon him and revealed tho features of Colonel William Hunt. It waa n characteristic face. One understood at a glauco why it was that this man hud been chosen to lead tho disci- plined baud that followed him. Tho locks that Iio bured to tho oveuing air wero u triflo grizzled with age. Hardship and privation had set their seal upon the face, but only to intensify itq look of determination and daring. Decision and will dominated the strong lines of mouth and jaw. It was apparent at onco that whatever courage could undertako or tncrgy achieve j ieldcd before tho murked personality of tho man. Colonel Hunt did not stop until ho reached a largo trco that stood liko a giant picket upon tho very confines of tho grovo. Ho leaned his back against it mid stood looking out upon tho shadowy plain which tho moonlight was beginning to illumine. Hardly hud ho rtonn "o when tho rhythmic hoof beats of a horse, coming toward him at full gallop, struck his ear. Ho stood erect and listened. A breezo had sprung up, and as its light breath funned his furrowed cheek ho could oven distinguish tho pantiug breath of tho animal, as if d driven hard or furiounly ndden. that any ouo should bo approaching tho camp at cuch n rato of speed, ho stepped out into tho open. In an instant ho was almost run down by Cynthia, mounted on tho fo:im covered Pepita. Tho apparition of her mounted presence camo upon Hunt so suddenly that ho cried out, "Halt!'' with tho sternness of one used to command. Tho maro was checked instantly, but with a violence' that almost threw tho exhausted animal upon her haunches. "Who s there?" demanded tho colonel, striding up. For a few moments thero was uo reply. Then u voico in tho gloom panted, "Cynthia 1" and immediately after tho girl slipped lightly to tho ground nud stood leaning cxhnustcdly against tho buck-ground, Sur-piiscI I t J RoYal accoutenneut'j. ThcyVero the soldiers of Foraker's company, ripe for insurrection over tho death of their chief, and tho building about which they wero gathered was tho military jail of Bradford post. Trouble hud been browing since early morning. With tho urrivnl of Sheriff Moscly and his prisoners, tho nows of the tragedy at San Marcus had spread like wildfiro through the camp. Forakor's men received tho intelligence sullenly, but with evident suspicion of foul play. Tho dead captain had been popular with hs company, which inclnded tho most reckless and desperate of tho soldiers at tho fort. Thero wero among them certain dissipated spirits who cherished a lively admiration for tho hardihood and notorious reputation of their leader. Considerable curiosity had been1 expressed in regard to tho man who had Been fit to abbreviate so enviable a career. Thero had been trips to the jail in consequence, and throughout the day a crowd of, eager faces had beset the wiu-dow- s. Baking Powder am! vigilant. g&m ABSOUUTELY PURE stealing through the Tho mcouhc-ims- , buf.vd i?'uti. ; if the roof, wero falling almost lertiei.lly upon the stono pavement .t his feet when Ids quick ear caught tho bound of voices. Drawing a Harrow tdiduu tho outer door, ho peered A through its semicircular guard. crowd of ucii wero collected in front of the jail. They wero conversing together in low tones. In tho light of tho moon tho sheriff recognized several of tho most desperate of I'oraker's men. Ouo burly fellow held in his hand n coil of rope. Closing 1 ho tlido cautiously, ho roused his companion and cxar iued his pistols. A second later tho jail f.oor vibrated with n blow struck upon it by somo heavy object froui without. "Who's there?" demanded Mosely at tho elide. "Come, come, Ike Mosely," replied loud voice, which tho sheriff instantly recognized tho seigeaut of Foraker's men; "this nognmoof bluff. We're hero for bizuess, and wo want you to open up." "P'raps you'll stato your reasons for gittin in beforo I givo ye the privilege," responded Mosely. "Waal, yes, we don't mind, celnwe'ro comiu in, whethtr you'ro willin or not," responded tho voice. "We'ro iroing to d tenderfoot you'vo got in hang that d thereto the highest tree in the post. That's what wo'ro' going to do! So we tell you to open up!" "Oh, yo nre?" said Iko tauntingly. "Mobbo you reckon thet I'll Bet quietly by nnd see you do nil thet? Now, I'm givin it to you straight; what you kin expect of you try on anything of tho kind. Thar's two of us hero, nnd we'll kill ovcry mother's sou of yo thet gets in cz suro cz there's a living God!" A blow from tho outsido was tho only response. "Thet's right!" shouted Bee as a second blow caused tho door to spring on its hinges. "Tho sooner yo make n hole through thet partition, the moro likely I am to reach ye!" Ho emphasized tho remark by drawing tho slide and discharging his rovolver through tho npcrturo. A yell and n sudden shuffling of feet without greeted the shot. For & time all was quiet. Mosely drew tho slido again and reconnoitercd. Tho result was apparently not satisfactory. Ho snap" lied tho catch back suddenly nnd turned'sharply upon Humly Jim. "It's jest ez I reckoned," ho Baidquiot-l"Thoy'ro comin back agin, nnd this timo they've got n timber with 'cm, and thet door is goin in. I reckon we'll make a division of forces." Ho drew tho bolt: on tho inner door as he spoke. "Call him," ho whispered. Humly Jim complied. A second later Brace stepped through tho ojiening. Th deputy grasped his revolvers and disappeared within. Iko Mosely turned nnd faced tho ranchman in tho moonlight. "Pardner," ho Bjiid, placing his hands upon his eliorJdens nnd gazing into his eyes, "yo don't need mo to tell yo thet this'll bo n close 'call for you and me and niebbo one 'cr both of us is goin homo. But, by 'the living dod, I'm hero to tell yothet man I'd crather fight for or dio nongsldol" iuto'his He pressed n pair of companion's hands as ho spoke. "Now, then,"tiocaid. setting his cpuuro shoulder against the r.houlderof l'icc, and cocking his pistols, "let 'em como on, d 'em! .They'll find thevo got n xnoro-thatheyjjargained for, or clso I'vo forgotten how to choott" A rush froiii without drowned his words oia u blow delivered with the force of iv battering rein caused tho door to leap invard? A shower of dust und plaster fell to tho floor. A second rush and shock followed. Tho door fell from its hinges with ;i crash, and tho moon shono boldly in nnd streamed upon tho stono pavoi lent. Bruco1 uud Mosely into tho shadows of tliodoorwoy. Hero, nnsrjn uy'thoso without, they covered tho cutr.inco With their cocked revolvers. Tho J moonlight fl.whed coldly on tho glistening barrels full in sight of an excited crowd of men poising u heavy beam. A moment'? pause ensued. Tho soldiers, thinLiii;: that tho weapons wero thoso.of tho (heriff nnd his deputy and that Eruce wSj in thointcriorof tho jail, wero'nvcrsoto unnecessary bloodshed. At this instant thero wus u crash of musketry in tliojrenr, uccomp.iiiicd by tho jingling ot (luss and tho whistling of bullets. Thcjleadtr of tho party held up (Ids hand to iu-lcy- . reckon you hear that. Iko Moscly," ho boid, with i.n oath. "The boys aro rakin your 'lockup jroui the windows. You might tz well linud that feller over quiet und .peaecablo before they tnko him out iv corpse. WeVo sworn to string him up, und cz we'ro ten to your one! yo might us wll be tensible nnd givo in." "You think so, do you?" retorted tho sheriff through his f t teeth. "I'll let you know I1 think different! I'll allow thet me and Jim Jdu hold only ono end of thii jail; but tbei'n nbont what wo calcuh.to to do Of onrso ef von kill JUn in tiioiuuunliuio 1 uin't responsible, but tho' first man of you tliot stops across thetl doorsill is gono in I givo ydu thet fUtl" Tho islieriff lied hurdly upbken when k tho door of tho iuiscr room swung and IlmnryJiui appeared. Ho was not Islblo f6 tho throng without. Closing tho door behind him, ho leaned against it. Ilisvoico enmo distinctly to to the ears of Mosely nnd Bruce. "Thur nin't no ubo for ino to put in any inoro timo in thar," ho said slowly. "Thnr uin't no prisoner to i;nard. Leastwise noiuo thet'a likely to git uwuy. Thet last volley Bottled Lem's account for good and all, I reckon, Tho durned idgitsleiDod tho wrong limn. Frnps thet bein tho caso you'vo got moro usafor me hero in front." ' Mosely wnsnbout to whisper Bomohur-riecommand to his deputy when a second volley crushed through the Inner room, splintering tho wofdvork and beams. The sounds of this terrific fusillade lj;d not eiiircly puased before a sudden lfjisobonio oil, tlnl night wind cumo to tlsedr curs from wlKiont, A low rumble iu of distant thundur shook the earth. and thtnvlridows of'.thw jU rattled, witlt aatropg vibratorf tremor. The Vfrowdl ft.-- ) n't y. o obout tho shattered door turned in,C.-prisA clear, ringing cheer burst suddenly tho still nfght. Thero was n sound of galloping hoofs nnd n murmur' of many voices, and with a sudden rush and tumult n mounted cavnlcndo swept round tho jail, tho moonlight flashing upon their 1 raudlEhcd lilies. In an instant tho Luildlnj was surrounded. Tho leader of tho party charged tho group of foliiiel8 beforo tho doorway at a gallon, reining up his horso lo fiercely that tho hoofa uf tho niiimal struck firo in tho resisting gravel. "Fall back!" shouted tho imporntiVe voico of Colonel Hunt. "Fall back, now, all of you, and disperse! This business has gono far enough." 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Meanwhile tho colonel, roused by tho eloquence of her palo face and disheveled tresses, wus moved to sympathy. When ut lost with man tiausca for breath, but with an earnestness that betrayed her anxiety, sho had made her purpose known, tho ranger's response wus kindly and reassuring. "Ye're bravo little girl," ho said, "and a man oughtcr feel proud that onoo' your style takes tho trouble to show nu interest in him. Well, Miss Cntliia, como up to tho camp, and we'll see what cau be done. It's a full moon tonight, and only a few hours' hard riding from hero to Tho Post. PerhapH it'd bo jest us well if I took tho boys over for a little poseur. They won't mind it much, and even if nothing comes of it it will set your fears ut rest at uny rato. Ef thar's a man in my company that isn't willin to make this trip when ho hears of the ride you'vo taken to savo Henry Bruce, he's not fit to serve under Colonel Hunt You'vo struck us nt tho right time, too, young ludy. Supper is waiting such us it 1st As soon us that is over we'll Buddie up and start. Cz for yourself, I can send yon b.ick by tho night coach thpt pusses Thompson's ranch about an hour from now, I reckon." But hero ho paused at u gesturo of dissent from Cynthia, who had taken the bridlo of Pepita ami was already leading her into the grovo. "Send mo back by the night coach!" she repeated, glancing at him and knitting her brows. "Thank you, sir, I'm not to be disposed of so easily, I havo friends at The Post and reckon they will bo willing to tuko care of mo tonight. At any rate, I'll usk 'em. If you can givo me a fresh horse and it's all. the; samo to you, Cole n el Hunt, I reckon 111 rido along too." CHAPTER XII. Tho full moon in meridian splendor shono calmly down on Bradford ost. The little plateau on which tho f ion tier fort was placd stood out aliovo tl e out- lying country with all the distinctness of day. Tho moonlight flooded Overfilling within The Post itself, steeping tht three sides of tho level squuro, illuminating the low barracks of the soldieri and tho adobe dwellings of tho officer! opposite, and slipping ghostlike froiu.the wliito flagstaff, which seemed to stretch a spectral finger to tho stars. It wonted yet two hours of midnight, but the lights wcro out which, earlier in the evening, had flickered in tho variolic quarters. Uo gracious was ttio night it seemed to breuthe n ben son upon the slumbers uf the quiet garrison. Yet there was commotion nt Bradford post not within the confines of tho fort itself, nor in tho moonlight spaces of the level but far in tho roar of the soldiers' barracks, where n small, low stone building stood with barred door and grated windows. A crowd of SO or 60 men wore collected about this structure conversing in low tones and excitedly running from window to window. As they moved to and fro tho rays qf,tho moqn (lashed upon muskets and 1 I I In conscquenco of tho absence of the presiding justice, tho time for n hearing in the caso had been Bet down for the following day. In tho present state Of popular feeling Sheriff Mosely had thought best to confine the body of Bruce during the interval. Ho hud been obliged, therefore, to iucurcerate him in tho single room of the jail in company with Lemuel Wickson. Through the heavily barred windows tho forms of the men could bo dimly Feen, nnd oven conversation interchanged through an occasional broken pane. Tho soldiers had been in doubt at first as to which cf tho two was rcsixmsiblo for tho death of tho captain. Somo Vigorous crsoual criticism and animated invective delivered through tho windows elicited the information required. Bruco had kept his own couiiecI while Mr. Lemuel Wickson hud replied cheerfully to tins genial badinage. Being free to move about, ho gratified his resentment nguinst"Eruco for his capture by going to the window and giving whispered and r. startling accounts of tho killing of It appeared from theso vivid tnief had word pictnn.8 that tho been an eyewitness to tho tragedy. His imagination was entirely lesponsi-bl- o for his facts. Ytt eo cleverly did ho work upon tho excited sympathies of tiio indignant company that l.y nightfall it wus generally believed that Foruker had been butchered in cold blood while drunk end asleep. It was doubtful whether during tho interval Mr. Wickson, by tho invention of local color und realistic detail, hud not persuaded himself of tho truth of his statements. Sheriff Moscly nnd ono deputy mounted guard during tho day und interposed a spirited but ineffectual denial to this version of tho affair. Some local disturbance in tho town of Joaquin hud unfortunately necessitat- ed tho nbsenco of Joke Sharp. As tho afternoon woio away tho feeling of animosity against Bruce grew more expretsivo and iolent. The crowd of loungers ubout tho jail increased. Per- sonul nbuso of the priboncrwas indulged in at tho windows, uudevou threats of violence were openly heard. Somo of tho boldest went to for us to counsel Wickson to kill Bruce, declaring, witli a mob's ready acceptance or responsibility, that they would "stand by him." Mr. Wickson hud expressed in words a cordial willingness to comply with theso requests, but when it camo td deeds hud shown u singular reluctance. Ho alleged us the reason for this delay the fact that ho had no weapon, but as Bruce himself wus unarmed this statement wus hurdly pertinent. How far he was influenced by a certain cold glitter hi the hitter's eye did not transpire. Tho fact remains that ho listened quietly , to the urgent but impracticable ndvico of tho soldiers to "cut the tenderfoot's heart out," to "throw the Btovo on hinv" and other unconsidered suggestions that wcro ruined upon him all tho afternoon. But ot nightfall Mr. Wicksin was still conspicuously doing nothing. Then camo u lull. Tho men dispersed for supper. Sheriff Mosely availed himself of tho interval to send a messago of tho state of things to the colonel at the fort, u message which that worthy unaccountably saw fit to disregard. After tliis ho loaded his extra pistols and withdrew with Humly Jim to ttio little guardroom behind tho outer door, Hero ho had recourse to his jiockot flask und philosophically uwaited developments. "I ullow," ho said quietly to his only remaining deputy after participating with him in this refreshment, "thet we don't get through this night's bizuess natch'ally without suthin of a row, but whatever happens, Jim, Ike Mosely don't reckon on bein either euchred or bluffed. I don't propose to let Lcm tlmr git out, and they cun't have Henry Bruco except over my dead body. Savey thet?" Tho deputy did. "Now, what I expect of you, Jim," continued Iko, "is what I allers get cl'ur grit and nothiu else." lie leaned forwurd nnd gripped his ill tx ored conirado's hand us ho said this. Tin. two men exchanged glances. "Ef thov start to break in hero tiiuYht I'll dmw them fastenings," pointing to tho iron door that led into tho room whero tlw prisoners wero confined, "and call on Henry Bruco. Wo two'll keep this place ugainst all comers or dio together, y hi can take my word for thet! Your bizuess' 1 bo to go in thar nnd hold thet tarricr, Wickbon, nnd provent his gittin out. Ef he makes n break or acts anyway obstrep'rous, shoot him jest tho samo rz yo would a jack rabbit. Tiiar ain't uo other way with sich cattle. He's nioru'u half responsible for tho troublo we'rogoin to git tonight, and I only wish my hed sorter gono off by nc- cident on tho way up here. It would have saved my conscience considcr'blo wear und tear. Ez it is now I'm about eat up with remorse." As the shadows of evening drew around tho juil tho sheriff's forebodings seemed ot first without foundation. With tho beating of "taps" lights van, islicd ut tho fort, the sounds of frontier discipliuo wero hushed, and tho camp apparently sank to repose. Deceived by this absence of hostilities, the solitary deputy dozed on a bench of tho low cor ' rldor. Only Iko Mosely remained alert For-ukco fin writlns CyniMd Vcllat stngucrcd ttapbltng to the dnoriaiy. "Just in time, Iko, to put a stop to this yer foolishness," ho remarked, grasping ' tho sheriff by the hnnd. "Not much too early, Bill, thet's a fact," replied Mosely, returning tho greeting. " 'Pon my word, colonel, I rather looked for somathin of n scrimmage, but this sudden freak o' yours for n moonlight pasear Forter took tho sand out o' the.ni Bojers. natch'ally, didn't it? Whatangol sent you down our way nt .this hour o' tho night?" Colonel William Hunt removed his hat, and the moonlight shono full upon his seriouR face. "You'vo titrock it, Mosely," ho Baid solemnly. "An out nnd outnngel and jio mistake. I ain't uo call to tuko t myself uny credit for this yer night'" bizuess. It all bolougs to u woman a littlo gul ez galloped 10 miles to bring mo word, and notwithstanding hez rid with U3 every step of tho way and prt tho blush to every man lu my troop a gal C3 I'd bunk on ng'iu half tho men I ever eco nnd who's too good a durned sight for tho best man in the state." ' And even r.t tills moment pale, breathless nud dibhovcled Cynthia Dallas daggered trembling to tho doorway and sank fnintiug on t'.io threshold. CHAPTER XIII. Witli tho arrival of tho rangors and their armed investment of tho jail at Bradford post tho open unimoslty ogaini Henry Err.co vunithed. Such was the awo incpircd by theso frontier police that no further attempt nt outbreak followed." At 0 o'clock on tho following day mounted escort accompanied Bruco to tho court Uovsc, cud a leliminary examination ;As held. Phil Kcniochan had arrived duriug tho night, bringing with him Judge Natchez, tho ablest luwyerof tho circuit. The prisoner found himself surrounded by influential counsel and friends. Tho presiding justico conducted tho proceedings with that perfect impartiality and nbsenco of judicial dignity for which ho was noted. With his hat on tho buck of his head, n short black pipe in his mouth and untrammeled by coat', cravat or collar, ho lent himself seriously to tho gravity of tho occasion. How far tho judicial mind may have been influenced by the sullen presence of tho moro disaffected of Foraker's men in tho courtroom and by the armed demonstration of the night beforo it is impossible to determine. Judge Pember-to- n smoked uliko impassively through tho eloquent argument of tho prisoner's counsel aul tho fiery uppeal of tho state's representative. But on motion of Judge Natchez to release Bruco on bail he cheerfully ncquiesced . Ho furthbr agi eed to tho application for a change of venue, holding tliut tho present stuto of popular feeling was hardly conducive to that calmness of deliberation whic'i the law prescribes. His honor's phraseology is necessarily lost in thn abovo paraphrase. Ho said, I beliove, that ho "wasn't tryin no caso in uo plocowhcio overybody was dead sot on lmn'giu tho prisoner first und hold-I- n court urtt'ivvnid." But doubtless tho legal principle of abstract justice vns implied iu this Lone Star dictum, Tho trial was bet down for tho first week in Soptcniber at tho neighboring county seat of lOskaloo. Sheriff Moscly was overjoyed at' this decision. IMlffl. Kor-noch- Dleam mention Uilj nnner 1 THE OH BO CHEMICALLIMA. CO., Tllonlc. RR .Ailclresn ulUOrdore to MiBUMiyift ni.' R3 nnrl Onnrn r ' OUin 'I quick-ilybac- J d "Whjr, thet'a light whur I was born nud brought up," ho uiid to Bruce, slapping him on tho back us thoy left tho courtroom. "I own thet placo. Yer hand, pardner; Icongratulatoyou on yor luck.1 When the timo comes round, I'll run down thur and seo ef I can't scaro up a reasonable, fa'r minded und lonpreju-dicc- d jury ez'll view this business in a true nnd holy light." Tho confidence of Bruco in his eventual ncquittal was naturally increased by this reassuring statement. Nono tho less did Phil Kcrnocban relax his exertions in his partner's behalf. Ho consulted earnestly with Colonel Hunt, who with n party of his men conducted them back to tho Mcsquito valley ranch. Judgo Natchez a man of wide experience in Texan practice and pleading outlined several modes of action, but was inclined to lay great stress upon Sheriff Mosely's and suggested that Mr, Buck Jerrold bo approached as n ossiblo valuablo ally. Acqordiugly fow days later Keraochan rodo over to tho lotter's ranch and hold a conference with that gentleman. Mr. Jerrold had been already Importuned in behalf of Honry Bruce, no had paid a visit to the Dallas ranch tho previous ovening and had heard from Cynthia's own lips an account of tho storming of tho jail at Bradford post and the rescuo that followed. So pathetically had Cynthia wrought upon tho sympathies of her auditor that Jerrold had been unablo to resist thonp-pea- l. It was perhaps proof positlvo of tho cowman's lovo for Miss Dallas and his own generosity of soul that ho promised his ussistanco, although in giving it ho waa r.waro that he stood in liU own light, no received Ilcrnocuan wntn tliut Gravity of dcineuncr for which ho wan noted, tempered possibly with a cortain resignation which under tho circumstances increased tho latter's good ppinion. unfolded his errand in a fow words. Buck Jerrold filled his pipe, lighted it. and seating himself on a nail keg in tho dooryard roviowed tho situation Eolcmuly as follows: "Thar uin't but ono nrgyment to bring to bear on tho town of Oskaloo," ho said, deliberately crossing his legs, "nnd thet's whisky! I've been down thar, oil and on, for tho last 10 years, nnd I nover know auythin else to carry conviction in thet tai in settlement onlcss it was a" and oven then I reckon whisky'd stand tho host show. Ye see," he sum, pulling ut tho straps of his heavy boots imd glancing ut them as if for inspiration, "tho poppylation is thet rigid nud narrer minded that it needs suthin of thet nuturo to get tho milk o' human kindness to flow. They want suthin to start 'em! "Ef I could go down thnr now iu tho interests of justico nnd jest float tho tqwn, jest play tho millionaire and do tho gejierous thing it might cost you suthin but I reckon I reckon," said Mr. Jerrold cautiously, "wo might getenhonor-ablonn- d snuar deal, even in thet benighted settlement. "It's ag'in tho uatur o' things," continued Mr. Jerrold, "to look for favorable results on any other ground. Them fellers down that way, I reckon, aro what Parson Centrefitt calls 'pestimists' - they're malarial in their tastes, and they'd get things crooked on gen ml principles. Accordin to their view, everything is crosagrained from tho start. They jest natch'ully look nt things on tho bias so to speak. "They'd allow, for instauco, thet Henry Bruco laid ull night for Foraker out on the San Lxorcus road; that ho bounded him up uud started him on the 'long trail' becatuo ho was stumpedin his plii3 cud prospects. Thet's what they'd V r.one, und tucl's tho way they'd look at it. You und mo knows different thrt itwasiloiio iu self defonse. But it'll i.eed judicious manipcrlatin to make them liber: ' minded nnd to git 'em at. all curitably disi oscd. They must b elovnted to tact' lInt. Then yo'll git justice. Their moral natur sorter leavoi oil whero Ino rtst of us begin." Ho pause' and looked beriously utKer-nocha- u to note thq effect of his words., Evidently gathering that, from his visitor's pruvio.ti opinion of tho town of O kaloo, l.Li logic was beginning to tell on him, ho summed up his position in n fow words: "Ef I ree'lect, I was n leetlo ousottled myself that night i.i San Marcus, und I aiu uo waysartin thet Honry Bruco didn't tnko a grntifyin coutract off my hands. You go to work, Mr. Kcrnochnn, and engago tho best lawyers and argify-erath- e stuto cau produce. Tiiem'll be necessary, us tho prosecuting attorney is dead ug'in yo from tho fust, but ez for tho Oskaloo part of tho bizuess, me and Ike Mosely'll run thet. And I reckon," concluded Mr. Jerrold, rising and permitting n grim Mnilo to relax the corners of his mouth, "I reckon tho jury nt thet trial will bo in compytent hands." Phil Kernochun rode back to his ranch under tho impression that tho difficulty of combating local prejudice at Oskaloo was materially lessening. But Mr. Buck Jerrold was gloomy and dispirited all the afternoon. It' wus not long beforo tho delight with which Miss Stafford greeted tho release of Henry Bruce gave placo to a very different stato of mind. In the cnthuiam of his return to tho Mesipiito valley ranch, she had detected no change in his manner toward her. Accustomed from infancy to her own way, tho idea of n rival in tho regard sho unquestionably manifested for the young ranchman had probably nover seriously ciossed her mind. Sho had accoptcd tho intorest of Bruce complacently, laid claim to his attentions us if by a species of dlviue right and exhibited toward him it certain air of proprietorship with tho of her sex when conscious of its attractions. To quote the words of Judgo Natchez, who was for professional reasons ino timo u guest at tho Ilcsqnitu valley ranch, tho young lady's altitude toward tlcnry Bruco was that of tho "holder of n first morlgago bond wherein tho equity waa decidedly microscopic." Miss Stafford very soon uwoko to na intelligent distmst'of her position, nnd then to n conviction that her power was on tho wano. Her mortification nud chagrin to find herself supplanted by . ono whom her prido iu no oenso recognized ns nu cqunl can well bo imagined. Perhaps tho first intimation that Edith received of a change in Bruco was in his manner of receiving her slighting ftllu-- 1 eions and half contemptuous mention of i Mi8s Dullas. Originally ho had passed theso over with tho good humored cynicism of ft man of tho world, Bui now I HARD TIMES OVER -- : GOOD TIMES ARE HERE CHRONIC KICKERS ;- - Will have to admit it if thoy will visit our store and seo 'li immense stock of Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots mid Shoes marked nt the reasonable IdFEVERY DEPARTMENT CHUCKED PULL RTICLE MARKED DOWN It will pay any one to come in, just to see if they ain't iy. Come eorly as you can to avoid the rush. ! HY Low Prices World's Fair IT BETS THE ! j 1 Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, Y. Xour FnIK mivi. tfTofdliir hivh cullura la tho AI.aaI of U..U A, 1 ..u. u.. Trathtn Minted frnx th, Uidlnic College, UqIiii. aa4 .( nuncUlm i.ooatio jftjALTiirrjl- - liiidlr .d wriT.r.rt.m.d a 1 V ilw andConbnif.. cVff", a;,T uITTI DIRECTORY. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When JJabjr was sick, wo gate her Castoria. When she w at a Child, sho cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When .he hail Children, she cave them Castoria. Conrrncs nt llxrilinsbiirg scciiud Jlony In Fetirusr;, May and October T. H. Mclienth, Judge, beltchfield, K! WrdS Ohelf, Cominonwealth's Attiey, llahbogi, Muster Coinmlsilonerjar dlnnburc Ky. F. K. lthnile, Sher'ff. MoDnnioli. Ky! ( Charles Miller, llardin.burjfy. D putifs W. T. ltamiey', Cluverpnrt. . W. 8. Cart, Union Star, Ky Tl. S. Skllluian, ClirK, HiirdinsburK, f Frank Uenvin. Surveyor, Clovorport, t Juhu Sltton, Jiller. Ilanllnihurg, Kyi V U, run urrcnn'iiT Ky. E'lsib'thtuwn. uu) thing of tho sort plainly irritatcu him, und persistence in the matter provoked a retort or possibly a sudden sarcasm. With singular infelicity of epithet MUs Stafford had characterized Cynthia's devotion to Bruco during his imprisonment ns "kind" "really quite what one would havo expected a girl of her surroundings to have done." It will bo understood that Bruco cherished n different sentiment. His old interest in Cynthia tho interest tlmt ho had felt since that first day when sho had iecped down upon him in tho gloomy chasm with her fragrant suggestions of hemlock und pino woko anew iu his heart, nnd with it n benso of grntitudo from which, I trust, mankind, in the rarity of fomiiiiuo constancy, is not entirely exempt. This interest deepened us the spring ndvanced and tho season slipped into summer. Ho grow quito in tho habit of tiding over to tho Dallas ranch and passing tho morning in Cynthia'ti society. Here, ulthough ho persuaded himself that his xttitudo toward tho j oung lady waa merely such as n brother might hold toward nn bister, ho wus often ustounded todiscover with wliut wiuged feet tho honrs flow overhead, nnd that familiar objects too!c on u buddou association and charm from Mm witchery of her company. It was doubtless this brotherly interest in Miss Dallas that prompted Henry Brnpe to instruct her ujion tho guitar an instrument bingulaily calculated to overcome shyness nnd restraint between persons of tho opposite sox, and as such to bo commended. If wliilo thus employed Cynthia found herself sitting at times very near Bruco and their fingers dangerously involved in compelling melody from tho refractory strings, it was unquestionably dutf to her anxiety tobo-com- o n proficient performer, and if "while playing bomo'chord or explaining somo accompaniment thero stolo into tho gentleman's faco un expression so winning nnd tender that tho girl's sweet eyes grew downcast and tremulous it wus tho zeal of til? instructor doubtless tliut prompted this. Certainly for its opportunities and possibilities tho light guitar has reason to bo appreciated, and thero slumbers in its strings n sympathy that proves n powerful ally to sentiment. (to ne co.vriNi ed ) llveiy day iii'ds pome new noveltv to our line of ilres goods keep coining wn will Hill continue to kti p up tho into i'ht Sulz tV, Cloverport Thniuus Adklinn, Judge, llardlmburiy. Milton Himrd, Attoriify, Hardlnjburgy, John R. Mnnrrh. Clerk, llardlnburi;y. Convenes f.urth Monday In March, e Sejitember and Peroraber Convenes third Monilay In each mnntl coiiMVcouitr Ui; tiCTinti.v co uu r. cember. IIariiinsbuiio Courts on Wcdneidyc-cdit- i tho Br,t Mondsy In March, and December. Magistrates, UT. Miller and Lum lllack. Constable, Leeb-ollardlnsburg City Court. J II. IV, Mayor; (lent Drown, Marshnl; V. 0 Attorney. City Court, olvll terins,t Monday iu .Mar h, June, September and. Jump-teuiber p. IflAl'l'i:ill l. lilSTIHCTIS j Courts Thursday succeg iud urn miinuHT in .uurca, JUie, oeptl and December. Mnnlilrates, Dudley bletnn and Jjieph Mullen. Constable, Keenan, CloveriHirt City Court.-Clv- il first Mondiiy In .March, Juno, September! December .Mayor, Charles Liglittoot. sbal, Jnmes II luiblet m. Clovrri'oIit McDanikls. Mupl.trates, Henry H Vale j Sum W, Parsons,' MoDa (leo W. Uurton. Kuth. Court Coinlable, Kock Vale on Fiblsy succeeding tbe first day in March, June, September and Da ber, and at MoPanlels Tuesdays alter th ond Monday In said months. IIunsohViLLie Magistrates, Qeo, II nj C. 1 r ne, Hudson. Cutter i Cunt John Nevitt, ConMantlne. Courts at Ilu vllle on Wednesday succeeding the sj Aionuay in .narcn, June, September and) crmbcr, and at Cutter on Thursday follij Uork UKWLkYVILLK. Magistrates, lliley D Irvingtoni 0. C. Martin, Dig Surlnc ble, John 1'ilet. Courts at Uenleyvt Friday lurceedlug tho tecond Monda, Manb, June, September and !))( raber.n n tuner on oatumay. Union Stab Macittratrs, James J.sJ Unionritarj John W. Jarrett. Steiibeoj . .1 llf.n.lnl.1. vkuti If wmt.uip, T.l utiles, n uouria ai Star on Wednesday aucceedinir the third day In March, June, Septimber and Dj oer, auu ai otepuentport on Thursday. tt At Ilardinsburgon Tuenday .uoouay in April ana October. VIMMI, UOUItT. after Ihe W. L. DOUCM S3 SHOE HoTOr--i Do yoa wear them7 Best In the world. 45.00 rffwSa 00 $4.00 When next In need try a $3.50 2.50 sTfls 2.25 2.00 il sssssssssshir .- .- ,2.50 $2.00 rOftUDtEC 42.00 4I.7S ran "W 9 mvl2&-JIf yoa u tlln ssBPP, ssssssssssssssB boy lAT 4 1.73 m IM fcri ABsor.nTKi.T curbs. U I H I ur ItrMas mm atiM Mrauktar. llaslarl mI ( lk II wrj bj mmt pratritde, lr a1Uw4ia entlnu Inner furm STUITOU-M.Ul- nu re itching riLt5$WAYNE'f VlrlliiS.brlllitMMr fe ic Hon, PILES 4nsUuKh For sale by W. want fine DRESS SHOE. nurU In IU tjfiet, don't pay 15 to 58, try ray $3, $3.50, $4. $5 Shoe. They lit equal t ciiitom made and led wear at well. If you with t economhelnyoarfooti w to uy purcnasing w. Uougiaj bheM, Name price lumped on the bottom, lock for It when yoa bi W.IDOUCIX,AS, Brockton, Moss. Sol' I u II. Iio Winer Cleverperl.lj mEr7rxrxrxrr.. ztprrr. imrjTirtr:,"iiifrrtfiiMfli am i'imT -"-- "fy inmr -- UMI.h.T.11-J, y. ?BF 1 TTfT ' s i. ii. iMntiwrraatatttgaa tfftlf .- -. ) James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder. OLOVERPORT, KY. Kntiiuiile8 New beans rtt Suliter'8. It was n quiet citation. Evaporated pears Sulz r's. Clayton Crosson was a little bitter yes' . . terday. Heln'z now preservts can't be beat Tho joints nml muscles are Ho lllbrlr'nt ed by Hood's Snrsaparllln that all rheiu matisin and BtlfiucKS soon disappear Get only Hood's. Dabncy Pnyc, a well known and famous steward, who used to run on the old Tarascon iu the palmy days of tho river trade, died nt his homo in Louisville Oct., 27th at the ago of 80. Everybody who has ever traveled on tho old Tarascon will remember this polite and accomodating old darkey and will bo sorry to lenrn of his death. Judge. J, A. Murray qualified yesterday as Receiver of tlio Cloverport Oil and Coal company and tho Breckenridge Company, limited, and has now full charge of all the property and franchises of tho company. All persons having business with the Company must transact it with him as ho has exclusive control under tho order of court. xjL is to-morrow furninliil on npplicnti SulzVs. Z.ich Hardin, of Louisville, is at homo on u visit. Now silver prunes nnd french pi lines Robert E. Woods, fc- - ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room --4 6A JSP (J.t. r tf If you want puro fresh candies cull at tho City Bakery. Sweet apple cider just from the press at tlio City Bakery. Itev. M. Burgess and wlfespent several days here last week. HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. pleasantly. Millions in all their charm of color XA-.A- II business entrusted to mv linnd Riven initit nml c.iretul attention. Notes unci acnt Sulzer's. count! collected and prompt returns nnide. Send and quality mc your business. It seems that everybody is wearing K Sulzer's cloaks this year. WRITER. THE BEST TYPE Report of Gloyorport High School A golden opportunity to tiado silver Deed, Mortgngca and nil legal Instru- dollars for groceries at Sulzer's. for the Month Ending Novemments drann nud copying done in the ber 3, 1803. II. Wincholl, Kirk, was over to seo best rtyle. his father, Levi Winchell, Sunday. Number girls enrolled 118 V. G. Bnbbagc, Att'y, 117 That Seal oil shoo dressing beats any- Number boys enrolled IlAllMlN'BIIUnO, Ky. 235 thing you ever saw for tho money at Sul- Whole number pupils Average daily attendanco .., 202 zer's. News. " " absence 12 Brown Leghorns and Laced Wyan- And General Furnishings, CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS Per cent of attendanco 04 dottes for sale. B. A. Parks, Clifton WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1893. Number cases tardiness 39 Mills, Ky. "WHITE CORNER." Submitted for your Inspection by Number visitors 32 Skillman & Co. have laid a brick pave, , . LOCAL BREVITIES. noi.L ok noxon, man school iiniurtT- LOTJIS-VIT-jIjEinont in front of their tobacco warehouso IC2-MKNT. on Wall street. Christmas Sulzer's. Are Agreeably Third year Nellie Simons, Forest Boys, you had better get a pair of Cooking figs Sulzer's. Moorman. Dazzling in those bargain hoots at Sulzer's while Currants in hulk Sulzer's. Second year Mabel Carson Olivia LOOKOUT, STEPHENSPORT. you havo a chanco. Sulzer's. Gloves to fit any pa(ws) I Fallon, Mary Ryan.' (4ffi Variety, J " As the weather grows colder tho deMr. S. 11. Dix, nnd wife aro still quite Mr. Armstcd Watlington went to LouisFirst year Marion Bowmer, Ernest 1. S. Miller went to Owcnsboro Monmand for winter clothing increases get Boyd, Willio Quality ville to havo his eyes examined and to day. Mullen, Ladosca May, ill. a nick now Sulzer s. Brown McCubblns is quito Bick at pres- purchase him a pair of gold spectacles. Austin Popham, Pearl Perrigo, Herbert Doughnuts every Saturday at the City and Price. Out-Fitter- s." Mr. Robert French and his brother, Mrs.G. S, Dowell and Mrs. llcttio Reidel, Albert Solbrig, A. B. Skillman, ent. Bakery. Mrs. M. Blaln is in Ixmisvillo this Henry, went to Loulsvillo Sunday with McCans, Big Spring, are visiting her Jesse Willis, James Witt, Harry Ham-maMrs. Harry Weaver went to Louisville daughter, Mrs. D. S. week. a drove of hogs. Shelly. Monday. Miss Emma Mosloy was homo SaturMi&s Esther Haynea was the guest of Tho election is now over, cQinc in and OLAMMAH DEPARTMENT. There was not a disturbance in town get tho biggest bargain you airs. liasliam Saturday and Sunday. Sixtli year Mamie White Clara Hard- day and Sunday. saw- -in ever yesterday. Mrs. Harrison Dowell is tlio guest of Miss Daisy Watlington wns tho guest in, Robert Witt, Kenneth Ferry, Lena men's dress suits Sulzer's. her danghtcr, Mrs. G. W. Payno. of her aunt at Clifton Mills Saturday and The men's outfitters, Sulzer's arc right Mr. Johnson Dean, of Glendcane, re- Hamman. Mrs. Ben Lay was in Cloverport, Sunday. in it ou fits. Fifth year Ella Ahl, Charles Babbago turned Monday from a visit to his' son The hunters of Louisville, aro taking Florence Cottrell, Joe D'Huy, Joe Fal- Hawesvlllo and Cannelton last week. Stil. r, tho grocer, is no chicken but Godman, living on Green river. Mrs. Frank Ferry, of Cloverport, came all our game. lon, Nellie Gregory, Lllllo London, Jenhe has fresh eggs. The hungry man is willing to take up to attend church hero Saturday and Mr. Polk, of Polk's Bottom, sp'ent a Hon. Henry Mason, of Evansville, wns everybody's part especially if tho table nie London, Sallio Liglitfoot, Adella night with E. French last week. Moorman, Eliza May, Bertio McGnvock, Sunday. iu the city Saturday. is.spread with Sulzer's delicacies Mrs. Jas. Severs and sister, Miss Pink Ella Ponhaui, Moorman Willis. Marv a Figured dress goods figured down to Over tho hill to tho poorhouso may bo Jarboe. RIcketts. of Union Star, wero in town Teachers Association. lowest prices at Sulzsr's. . your song but over to our storo to get Thursday. Tlio Union Star Magisterial District INTERMEDIATE Four points in your favor style, qual-it- an overcont is moro popular Sulz?r's. Miss Anna Bassett returned from Association will convono in tlio Public Fourth year Wilbern Hamman, Salfit and price Sulzer's. Evansvillo last week to remain with her school building at Union Star, on SaturDr. E. M. Watkius, Hawesvllle, was lio Swaggot, l, John Wildenkin, Chas. aunt, Mrs. Roland Smith. day, Nov. 18, 1893. Every teacher in Florence- McCoy has been appointed hero Saturday representing tho wholeDavid May, Grace Plank, Isadoro Mr. Gus Shclhnan was ablo to accomp- this district is oxpectcd to bo sale drug house of W. S. Johnson, HenWest Point, Ky. at present. Popham, Ireno Jarboe, Edmund Wroe, any his wifo to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Teachers from other parts of the Born, Nov. 2, to tho wife of J. W. derson. county Ida Hampton. Geo. Hook, of Hardinsburg. aro respectfully invited to attend. No Wo are breaking all past records in boy. Pate, McQuady, a fine Third year Mary Sampley, David filled program is givon; Bro. Mobely, from Owensboro, but each teacher must Voters like the secret ballot more and ladies' cloaks. If you have to get a cloak Murray, Willo Ahl, Maudo Witt. tho appointment for B. A. Copass, of take part in tho discussions that arise hero is your chanco for a special bargnin. in more every election. It has corno to PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. Louisville, at the Baptist church Satur- tlio Association. Sulzer's. stay. Second year James Furrow, Wcarda day. Owen CunVinuham, You will find 'well made cloaks and Graham, Carlton Gregory, Gertie Couch, Genuine open kettle Some of our boys weut to Rome Saturwinter wraps for ladles, misses and chil- Bcssio Long, Maggie Wroe. New Orleans molasses new lot Sulday night to attend a ball and on their Stcphensport, Ky., Nov. 4, 1893. dren in latest styles but at inexpensive First year Bertio Downs, Everett way homo found troublo to cross tho zer's. prices at Sulzer's. Zirckle, Arthur Gregory, Louis London, rivor in tho fog. Our M. D. said ono old Mrs. Tucker, wife of Jctso Tuckor, sooner than Carter Harrison It's hard on the baker but tho people Willie Long, Leo Lasllo, Roy Mattingly, rooster wns thoughtful enough to crow murdered by a crank, another onowas Garfield, died Saturday night. She was in will have Fleishman's yeast its so easy Roscoo Mayhall, Ben O'Brien, Fannio and pilot them homo. W.lmt a fino thing Aew lork mado n straight dive for CO yours old. SOOTS AID young Gould. Ho didn't get him, but to have light rolls ever day try a pack- Gray, Josio Berry. it is that roosters somedmes crow at Gould's hair wont F. Seifred has moved his confectionary all the J. H. Looan, Supt. night, only when a boj wants to stay an instant, just tlio same. wrong way in to tho old bank building on the upper age this week Sulzer's. Mr. Hi S. Caiter, who lives nbout" two late with his best girl. sido' of tho creek. NEW BETHEL. miles from this city lost last Sunday (two You had better get n pair of those CONSTANTINE. ago) two fine mules. Thoy were bargain shoes at Sulzer's before Jack weeks Items? Yes. killed by a west bound passenger train, Mr. J. B. AVhitworth is on the sick list Frost gets your toes. Mr. P. Lyons was tho guest of Mrs. C. this week. Tho ngent of tho Texas at Guston, was Beauty, quality and price sell our This morning that "chilly Mr. F. Mercer went to Leitchflold last robbed last Friday night of $100 in cash. Hcndrick Sunday. clothing. Style, variety and elegauco Mr, Charles Adkisson went to Ciover-po- it Wednesday. If it did, hero's comfort for It was taken from under his head whllo not charged for Sulzer's. you in our. Wednesday last. Miss Galloway, of Evliegh, is visiting he was .asleep in Ilia room. Ho thinks Mr. W. II. Bandy, of Union Star, was ho was drugged. Miss Lctishia Adkisson weut to Hard- Mrs. Geo. Hoyser. in town yesterday tho guest of his Quito a crowd attended prayer meetTho friends and relatives of Mr. and insburg last Wednesday. daughter, Mrs. C. S.'Croeson. ing Sunday night. Mrs. T. L. Caley will be pleased to learn Mr. lloland Wndlington was tho guest Nice warm and comfortable under- that their little daughter, Lucy, who has Prof. Hall visited his brother near of his best girl tho 8th inst. wear that is underwear extra valuo Evlelgh Saturday and Sunday. very sick at Henderson for tho past been Mrs. Bettio Hawkins wns the guest of for little money 6eo Sulzer's. Drizzlo, drip or pour, Let tho Mr. Ida Hays, of Rineyvllle, was in week is recovering slowly. Mrs Mary Barnes Monday. town Tuesday and Wednesday. rain como as it may. With a Stowart Young, pf the Ohio Hiver salt Tho sun, the moon, tho stars or a Master James F. W. Barnes went to works, Brandenburg, passed down on woman's tongue may cease to move iuucKiuiosn oi mo ngnt kind, you Dr. J. S Moorman, of Vino Grove, is Haidinsburg last Saturday. can bo safely careless of tho wet. tho train Monday to Owensboro. in town this week on business. but d:op a package of Fleishman's yeast Mies Hattie Lyons was tho guest bf Wo keep tho right kind. When you buy our clothing thoy are in a batch of dough and it never ceases Dr. D. B. Lewis, of Blue Ball, is hero right in style reasonablo in price reli- to move until it gets to the top of tho Miss Cora Jordan Sunday Inst. visiting his daughter, Mrs. Hoyser. Muster Ben Miller was tho guest of his able quality perfect in fit. Sulzcr'fl pan Sulzer's. Miss Carrie Johnson, of Hudson, was cousin, Dennis Miller, Sunday. Mrs. George Greer, who has been visGlen-deanthe guest of Miss Mattio McGufiln ThursJcsso Moorman nndGeo. Willis, Miss Jennie Barnes was tho guest of day. iting friends and relatives atlndianapolis have sold their crops of tobacco for several weeks, returned home Mon- to L. Robinson A Bro., at $3.50 and $5.00 Miss Bettio Hcndrick last Sunday, Mr. Robert McGufiln, of Buras, was in Nover such a demand for them. day. Mr. John and Milton Squires drove a town Wednesday looking after his propround. These aro tho first sales of the If , you can't get a political plum from now crop wo have heard of in tho coun- nico lot of cattle nway Tuesday morn- erty. Seo if wo haven't got just the kind Washington you can consolo yourself ty. Thoy wero very fino crops and of ing. Mrs. C. O. Weymuth, of Rineyvllle, is you want. with some of thoso fine canned plums at the Burloy variety. Mr. Jesse Hawkins attended tho debate visiting her mother, Mrs. West, this Sulzer's. Murray Post, No. 10 G. A. It. held a and speaking Saturday night at Hito's week. Mrs. Josio Stephens, of BowlingGrcen, business meeting in this city Saturday Run. Our blacksmith's hammer was heard ! and master Leo Cowlcs, of Henderson, for tho purpose of securing memorial What has becouio of tho Ekron corres- to ring in his shop ono day last week are the guests of Mrs. S. It. Berry and badges and providing for tlio election of pondent. Como out and glvo an account which created quite a sensation in our Mrs. U. G. Hill. oificersin December. This post lias a of yourself. little villiage. Mink, Seal, Marten, Persian and Wo linvo fit others wo can' fit you, membership of about 100 enrolled with Miss Annie Mercer, who is attending Misses Lctishia Adkison and Adulia other favorlto Furs uro shown in out with a now overcoat this winter. 45 working members. Capt. Wm. Ahl Atwood went to Cloverport shopping ono school at Vino Grove, was tho guest of HARDINSBURG, KY. our stock. No such an assortment Come in and try one on let's seo how is tho commander. her fathor and mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. day last week. in town. it will look. Sulzer's. An unknown negro, who was stealing Mrs. Mary Barnes nnd ft rs. Nannie Mercer, Saturday nnd Sunday. llov. W. K. Penrod is expected here a ride on the pilot of tlio ongino which Adkisson were in Cloverport shopping Mr J. L. Iloskinson contemplates DANIEL I1H00K3 J. M. HARPER, J. 0. BOURNE, next week. Ho will preach in tho Bap- pulled tho east bound Texas train Sat- Wednesday last. making Louisville his future homo. Mr. ! tist church Wednesday night Nov. 15th. urday evening, had both legs cut oil" at If you want to keep posted on what Iloskinson has many friends here who Let him have a good congregation. Long Branch station. The englnostruck tho people of Bethel aro doing just glance will regret very inuch to seo him leavo. BROOKS & CO , BOURNE, Mrs. J. II. Worthan, of Hardin county, a cow and this caused the negro to loso at these items. Ono of our young mon (pok a pleasure AVo nover had such a run on returned last week from a visit to her his balance and fall across tho track in Miss Mary Adkisson and Mr. James trip in the Buras neighborhood last SatCloaks. It has been almost imdaughter, Mrs. 0, 0. Moorman, of Da- front of tho engine Seaton were tho guests of Miss Emma urday and Sunday. Ho has been unpossible to keep tho stock up. But viess county. Mrs. Moormon accompanMr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller, of near Seaton Sunday. ' usually quiet this week. He is often CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. wo'll be ready for uny emorgoncy ied her home. Hardinsburg, nttended the General AsMadamo rumor says there will bo a seen standing alone as if his memory Big lot just received by Peter Miller and Frank Boyd leavo sociation of Baptists which met nt Leb- wedding in this neighborhood some time nnd imagination wns indulging in a express. Nover beforo in tlio hist- BOURBON STOCK YARDS Wednesday for Owensboro to enter tho anon two weeks ago, They wero tho in the near future. LOUISVILLE, KY. thousand devious, wondorings recalling ory of tho cloak trado, so far as wo Int. Itev. sorvice. Frank will be located guests while, there of Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Mrs. Mary E. Lyons and little daught- the distant Bhndow of departed time nnd know basso much of oleganco and at Uniontown, 'the largest distillery in Bricken.who treated them royally. Thoy er, Ada, wero tho guests of her married sending Ids mind on errands to the MANHOOD RESTORED! S.Bm,".f such a bewildering variety of ex- the United States. camo homo ery much impressed with daughter, Mrs. I.illie Hcndrick, last Sun8usru.iU.eU locum nil nPrTousdl-caii.sucus. Weak Meniorj.l.iofUrali future. At times l.o seems to become quisite styles been shown. J. G. Stephens had a Silver crown colt Lebanon and the kindness of the jieoplo day. liuwcrluUoneratlTa Uranus of clttier sexcauiied so completely abstracted from the scenes or OTorexurtlnn, youthful error., oirasslre oso of tobacco, opium or foaled on tho 15 Oct., forty inches high, generally. It Is rumored that Mr. Mark Brown is around ns to forget where he is nnd Iniunltr, t'an lo Test pocket. H 1 per box. 1 1 or sjs. br mall nrennl.l. htb a M.t carried la black with mealy points. Dam Black Mr. D. M. Griffith, a well known and to be married to Miss Jcanio Williams, almost loose consciousness of being. Wo (he m clvnis wrltteniMinrmitretneurenri-rriim- l brail 'ilruBBlsts. .AflUorlt.tnkomifithpr. WrltofnrfrcoModlr.il mrv. Sola aoalrd Honk wnt Florence of Sims big jack by Importer honorable citizen, of Owensboro, died nt tlio bride being 14 years of age and tlio think a member of tho fair sex Is the TkiOUkiAU AlTEVlBUU. ! cause. KorsaloluCloTCrport,Kr.,br A. IU FISUKlt.amlbr C. C. MAUT1N Druggists. Palermo. Who can beat It? his homo iu that city Inst Saturday after groom 17. t Married. Hess, (Icnle & Co., a big wholesale a long illness. Mr. Griffith wns tho Mr. William Adkisson and bride, Mrs. notion house, Louisville, failed last Sat- father of Mrs. Dr. S. S. Watkins of this Lucy, attended tlio meeting at New BEIX ClllLDS. Something entirely new iu neck nmily could afford, and when tho urday. Liabilities about $300,000, assets city. Tho Owensboro Inquirer in speak-lu- g Bethel. The brido was attired in dark, Tho News was taken completely by wear for women. Thoy aro stylish purchaso of a clock was almost as of his death says "Tho truth of the blue, while the groom worc. the convenMr W. O. Willis, of surpriso this week by tho following note, about $100,000. and pretty. Cheap too. We 8oriou8 a matter us tho purchaso of which accounts for. tho absence of our this city, represented tho firm in this adage, that when a good man dies tlio tional black. show them in all colors. Don't a houso is now. There isn't anypeople mourn, was never moro forcibly guota of nows from Guston. section. The protracted meeting nt New Bethel regular fail to buy ono of these if it's stylo thing very faimidable about the Judge Bnwlings performed tho rights illustrated than by tho death of Mr. D. was quite n success and great good was "Brother is too much occupied with his comfort you uro looking for. and, purchaso of.a clock or a watcli in of matrimony on the following couples M. Griffith, which occured at his homo accomplished. Thero wero eight ronver-bIou-b now wife to send any items this week. theso days. The astonishing thing Monday. J. W. in this city early this morning. Ho boro with seven additions, six by Bapt- Ho and Miss Funnlo Chllds were marat tho Cqurt-housabout time-kecpenow is their in the history of Da- ism and one by restoration. Rev. Jos. ried last Thursday at 5 o'clock p. m. by Frakes to Miss Susan Edmonds, J. T. n name honored cheapness, variety and excellence. ! Frakcs to Mrs Ella Hlnes, Henry Brown viess county, and had been personally Duggins with Rev. II. B Wliito, as as- Rev. T. M. Hawes at his parlor on 4th Dou't bo behind time. There is identified with Owensboro and her mau-ifol- d sistant, labored hard to do tho good avenue, Loulsvillo. to Mattlo Shirks. not tho least excuso for anytning of business industries for oyer half a Master's work, which our Lord assigned The uhovo refers to our very genial M. II, Fountaiuo A Co , grocers who tho kind, whon you can buy a lit From the top to tho bottom of Rev. White did most of tlio and clevor correspondent Harry Bell moved from Holt to Loulsvillo last century. No one was moro wldoly them. watch or clock for a triilo. and wont into tho grocery busi- known or beloved, aud tho page on which preaching and greatly eudcated himsolf than whom a better or more worthy tho list thero isn't a worthy qualspring You will bo eurprisod at our low ness in that city, mado an assignment Is recorded tlio story of his long useful to both church nud community, which young man never took on tho rights of a ity missing. priceseS&atchoa and clocks. Vo of their creditors last life, is ouo that may bo read and studied was ovidenced by tho manner ho benedict. Wo congratulate you Harry for tho benefit also hrtreya nice lino of jowolry, Monday. The ossignco is II. T. Kendall. with profit by tho younger generation of was remunerated for his services. It is if you did sneak up on us and cut uj out Bfi1 silvorwaroj spectacles, mupical inAssets are about $2,400 with liabilities a business mon who are growing up In pleasant to meet many good friends and of a real first class item. struments ot vory reasonablo prices Wo wish you and your lovely brido a bo with them, but sad, sad is tho parting. little less. Dull trade and inability to our city." Ropnirs promptly and noatly AVo shall all meet onco to part no more. Is given as tho long, happy and prosperous llfo, that collect outstanding debts Mirny Persons It'e your own fault if you uro d done. Tho people gladdened his heart by pay-i- n many llttlo bells may como to you cause of the failure.. Tho news will bo Are twken down from overwork or household time Thoro was a timo when to brighten nnd cheer your household H him $18.50 for his faithful work. All received with regret by their mauy or0 llrown'B Iron Bitters N. rebuilds tho system, all digestion, removef ex the nralse be to God for Ills blewrfnm. and comfort you in your old ago. friends in this section. ono wntch was xibout nil a whol oew of bile, and cures malaria. Get tho genuine. " CLOVERPORT, KY, I LOUISVILLE, KY. 47 Trust Building, Su'er'a. CONSTABLE LEE BISHOP, procrastination. Don't put off for what you can do It is no use waiting until the snow is on the ground and then rush to Winter's for a Suit or Overcoat buy now and be prepared for a sudden blast from the Northwest. We were never better prepared than now, with a big stock and hard-tim- e to-da- y. THIEF ft s 9 Do these Lines Dazzle Your Eyes? It is an optical peculiarity that some people can not look at an arrangement of lines without being" aflected un- But the Lines in TTv ress Goods, prices. Cloaks, Wraps, Breckenridge Julius Winter & Co., Blanket s IfffijjT .aJB? n. Let us have the pleasure of showing you lines that Please. y, f.ir-ko- post-mast- m Boots k mm IK IE BITS S lioes Vice-Preside- Did it Catch You? feel-Ing- Early to bed and early to rise, Mind your business and tell no lies, Mackintoshs! Don't get druuk or deceive your wives; Pay your debts and grow wise Boots and Shoes of every size. Can be found at o, Fur Trimmings! The best assortment under the skies Purs B. F. BEARD & COS. Cloaks HARPER, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock li SK .. 1 Ice Wool IBililii1 Dress, Goods ra ii rR jy "i W.H. BEHIND TIME. bo-hin- Bowmer & Son. F. D'HUY, 6 THEl 1893. brrgkrnridgr KENTUCKIANS ABOUT THE AY news, gloyrrport, ky. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. KOVKMDEll 8, LODIBURG. We lmve had fioveml lianl fro&ta. Success to tlio Nkws it Is always n visitor. Mr. J. F. Pnyno went to the World's Fair last week. Mr. Joe Stewart will soon move on the farm near Holt. Jas. Hardin was very sick last Mr. Henry week, some better at this time. Mr. Sam Itoberison has bought bitn a new wagon with patent brakes. Bashatn & Hardin will commence making whisky the first of November. Mr. J. II. Avitt's fine saddle horse died the oth.'r day with the distemper. Mies Ida Avitt was visiting her sister, Mrs. IVters, of Concordia, last week. Little Annie Lee, the littlo daughter of B. F. Hardin, was very sick last week. Revs. Dowels and Hook are holdinit a protracted meeting at Clifton Mllis this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin were visiting her mother, Mrs. Cintha 1'nyne, last week. Mr. Albert Dennett, Sample, stayed all night with Mr. J. IJ. Avitt, onu night last week. MIsms Hetty I'ayuu and Bobbie Hardin attended preaching at Clifton Mills last Sunday. Mr. end Mrs. Tom Shaw, of Hancock county, were visiting friends in the valley laM week. Miss Blanche Basham, our school teacher at Walnut Grove, paid her mother a viMt last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Avitt and Mrs. Avitt rere visiting Mr. Nellie Claycomb near Ii vmgton last week. Mr. Win. Avitt and daughter, Mrs. Annie West, were visiting Mrs. Henry I'eteif , of Concordia, last week. M!m Blanche Basham has the praise of tcacln: g the best school that has been taugh at Walnut Cirove for ten years. Thus Is more shipping done from Lodil.t.rg than any other point on the L. St. L. T. between Cloverport and wel-coiu- io Sh-heniVc Lou-vill- Bkown Fousiiee At one o'clock on tho evening of the 18th of last month at the home of the bride near Salem, Mr. Jim Brown, of near Highland church, and Miss Sallic Fousheo were united In the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. Judson Willett officiating. The following day a reception h was given at Mr. and Mrs. William Brown's, the homo of tho groom. Far-lelg- WHAT i !.!, .iiaasgBamisggggrefif ELECTROPOISE The Electropoiso has lioen n positive J. H. Lindenberger, President Merchants' National Bank, Louisville My confidence in tho Electropoiso grows stronger the more I sco it. Rev. W. W. Evans, Carrolton. I look upon tho Electropoiso as tho means God has given us to cure diseases In accordance with nature's laws. Miss Susan Edge, Lexington Nothing has ever helped mo so much. W. T. Matheny, Lexington. Do not hesitato to recommend tho Electropolse. W. G. Graham, Lexington I am astonished at its work. Henry Gilbert, Lexington. Tho Electropoise will euro many cases of disease where nothing elso will. It has worked like a charm in my family. Rev. Geo. II. Means, Covington. It is certainly a wonderful instrument, and it is more wonderful how it docs its T ,E. 0. Brinlcy. work, yet it does it. (The veteran plow manufacturer of the South), Ixnilsvillc The Electropoise has been such a useful thing about the houso that we can not do without it. Frank F. Wuller, Lawrcnceburg, formerly Now Castle. Several of my acquaintances have derived much benefit from tho use of the Electropoiso. J. Guthrio Coke, Ruwellville. The 'poise has cured me of kiduey and liver trouble. J. P. Savage, 511 E. Gray street, Louisville. The Electropoise has been a great relief to me. Rev. T. B. Miller, Russellville. Tho Electropoise has proved a great boon to ine. E. Crocket, Christianburg. I would rather havo an Electropoiso than Hot Springs foi Rheumatism. A. K. Marshall, North Fork. It is small hut great. T. A. Dowdcn, Franklintown. There is wonderful good in it. J. S. Callaway, Smithfield. Tho wonder-workin- g gem. Rev. W. F. Wyatt, Morning View. I speak advisedly about the wonder working of the Electropoiso as I have practiced medicine many years. Rev. D. II. Marimon, Pittsburgh, Ky. Ivenefit to mo. Kleinhans & Simonson's Proclamation wo promisod fourteen years ago that as our volume of business increased, our prices should go lower, and havo kept our faith d competition tooth and nail throug the with the people and fought WHEREAS, high-hande- Having failed to get a bid to cither tho wedding or infair, I am not prepared to expatiate on the costumes worn on the happy occasion, nor the good cheer offered at tho festive board. Cupid has again taken up his abode in this vicinity and says that we may expect to hear of another wedding soon. He even points his finger in the d I lection from wheuco wo are to hear the wedding bells. 1'lcase don't slight me. Say, isn't it amusing to watch a young man cling to a young lady's apron string until the bridegroom steps in and takes her by the arm, and as ho walks off to have the marriage ceremony performed looks back over his shoulder at the young man and says to him: "A vaunt! sou ot toil. Off with you you love-sicto Leethe's fabled stream where in its dark and all forgetful waves your blighted heart may bathe and change its k long and eventful war, we this year inaugurate our Fall Campaign by a general marking of prices all through the store TEN PER CENT. LOWER than last year, and 25 per cent, lower than any other house in the South. We can afford to do this and still make a fair profit on our labor as tho skilled and alert buyers of our eight great branches and connections in Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit, and other cities stand ready at all times with cash to buy stocks thrown on the market at fabulously low prices, giving us enormous advantages, such as no house on tho continent outside of our combination of scores possesses or can possess. OVERCOATS. Beautifully fitting Meltons, in every desirable color, Block Cheviot!-- ; former prices $12 to $14; our price now $10 The King of Kerseys, excellently well made ; former price $15 to S10 ; $12 our price now Gracofully made Kers-- y Over-coalboth regular and extra length ; former prices $18 to $20; our price now $15 Tho over popular English Ker-Bsey; former prices $"J0 to $22: our o prico now s, CHILDREN'S 1 CLOTHING-- . WARM SUITS. very neat Homespun Suits, former prices $12 lo $14; our price now Our stock of Clothing for Children and boys is tho Largest and Loveliest and riCl'B W1U BOCks. "The mountain was in labor And brought forth a ridiculous mone," Our Great COMBINATION SUITS for tho little fellows aro the talk of tho Stato. They aro matchlesty made of perfect material, with douhlo seats and kees and seams, and an extra pair of Pants and a Hat go with every Suit. The best values for $5 mothers ever saw or dreamed of. SAVE Shoes for tho family at less than you pav at other stores Hats for Men Boys and Children at the lowest prices on earth. Our display of Furnishings, Gloves and Umbrellas unsurpassed. Send for illustrated catalogue. one-third JAVt I'Bl Oil lilt) IUUIIUCIII. this is what you call being "in it" arn't it? J have always heard that Baptists held close communion hut I thought it was held inside of the church, not on tho doorstep. If that little coloquy did not pertain to political affairs, why did tho posessor of that document make it so conspicuous? And dare you say that there was no gathering on the doorstep on account of said document, when name after name was taken down right at the door of the left entrance to the church? Can you say that there wasn't any names taken down on said document at the church if you door, or while on the door-ste- p please amongst a gathering? If so, I am bound to say that you are a falsifier. And right here let. me say that if the populists of Meade county succeed in electing Elisha shcraft, it doesn't sig- -, nify that the whole world are fools. If I am a fool for being a democrat, I am happy to say that I have plenty of company. And will say further that if I had to depend on Mr. Ashcraft or Mr. Populist, if you please, pulling mo out of "the mud" I would cry out with a mighty voice; "Snvo Lord! or I perish " I have heard that one of Mr. Ashcraft's followers said that if I "didn't mind I would get mysslf in it," also heard that disparaging epitaphs had been used against me for the interest I had taken in the Hardin Ashcraft campaign, coming from the source it does, it makes one tremblo to think what the result would .be under the same circumstances if Ids homo had been cast in our sister state. But happily, I am a native born reared, and still living in a land where foe meets foe, face to face in broad daylight; where ho can lie down and pass away the dark hours in peaceful slumber without his dreams being dis turbed by visions of prowling around his home; the "best citizens stalk not on a hideous errand after the sun has gone down on his wrath; where bush-whacke- $5 CO.V K $10 MONfcY Buy Buying MAMMOTH at the MAMMOTH at tho and BUY Worsted Suits made handsomo styles; former prices $15 to $10; our price now $12 Dark Double and Twist Cassi-merformer prjceB $18 to $'.'(); our prico now $15 Sawyers world - praised former prieis $20 to $22; our price now $lo d Imported Cnssimeres: former prices $22 to $25; our prico Ciussi-merse; Silk-mixe- now $20 MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY. NEW FALL CATALOGUE NOW READY. KLEINHANS & SIMONSON, MAMMOTH SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY, Market St., Bet. 4tli and 5th, Louisville, Ky. Did you ever hear of a steward who would not allow a member of his church e. CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! gjjga. Gibson and family were visiting parenu, Mr. and Mis. Gus Gibson, of Clove i port, last Sunday, Monday and Tuesd'iy. Mr. .fas. Skillinau carries a hatchet in his o rcoat pocket for the purpose of trim n .tig out the road when he goes to seo hi best girl. Mr )wen Keys is doing quite an tawiness at this place for Jolly & Hens' y. He had several wagous running lst wick. Mr I. II. Avitt has worked his road onean J two days each week every since Augtw. Think it will take until Christmas t get through. 'flu neighborhood was well supplied Two of with ' mdidatcs last Thursday. them Mr. Jas. Miller and Mike Miller, stayu all night with J. II. Avitt. Mr. John Slaton with Mr. Knott and A. Drisk I with Mr. W. J. Keys. On ist Friday morning as Mr. Jonas was trying to find Union Star. Wils Ho ssecn near Jas. Aters, when the jack t .at belongs to F. M. Basham brayed. ' Mian was seen to stop and listen, then e shouted, the first man I have heart hollow for me yet. I want to sec him c id he Btarted for Bashain's in a trot. On .ist Thursday as Mrs. Bcttie Arga-brig- li and Mrs. Annio West were coming from I'aynesville, they found a horse collar by the way. It was not a very good ne, so they did not bring it homo with ncm, but lo and behold when they went o unharness their horse at home the c lar was gone, bo they had to go hack ' tie next morning and gut their collar tl jy saw by the wayside. Watch your collar the next time ladies. W. . ex-tcn- si to make his preacher a present? I did once. Wonder if he thought what effi ct that would make on a preacher who did not want to go to his circuit. Among the incidents of childhood that stand out in hold relief, us our memory reverts to the days when we were young, none ate inoic prominent than severe sickness. Tho young mother vivh'ly remembers that it was Chamberlains Cough Remedy cured her of croup, and in turn administers it to her own offspring and always with tho best results. For sale by A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & .Meador, Hardinsburg. RATES: jf "1 e.a .' PtR " DAY. 1 I IN BERLIN. Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. Tho telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in Benin, (i3 cases and li) deaths being Ken-tuckia- n, If you will send your name or that of some invalid friend we will send you copies of letters from t'to above parties and from hundreds of ot'iere; people you know from every of this and other Stab's testifying to tho curative powers of tho Elect ropoise. Address DuBOIS A WEIJI5, Louisville, Ky. McDANIELS. Dr. Henry Board was hero at church Sunday. Ask Mr. Ion Galscock if he is very fond of marmalade. Bob Parsons and J. Nick Mercer .returned Monday from tho World's Fair. Mr. Dan Hicks would like to know why Mr. Tom Bradley is so very fond of beef. Mr. B. has visited at Mr. Horace Hunter's again, and again, wonder what can bo the attraction? Mr. Jim Riiodes gave a dance at his home last Saturday afternoon in honor of his son, Chester's birthday. Mr. Sam. Henninger, of West View, attended church here Sunday. Hislittle son is sick at Mr. II Hunter's. Rev. J. Galloway, of Hardin Springs, attended church here Saturday and preached at Sunday. Mrs. Tom Daniel and daughter, Lelia, of Cloverport, aro visiting friends and relatives hero this week and last. Rev. Buchanan of the Baptist church, will commence a series of meeting here Monday after tho first Sunday in December. We aro glad to be able to report Mrs. Willio Coke convalescent. She visited at Dr. Hart's and tho parsonage Wednesday. Rev. E. N. Metcalfe has taken time by the forelock. He lias made a fine onion bed, planted them yesterday, they were up this morning, cause, chickens. Some of tho friends of Rev. CundifT met Tuesday and sawed and hauled a nlco lot of wood to tho parsonage, for which tho "parsonago folks" aro thankful. The Misses Hull; of Cavo Spring, attended church hero Sunday, spent tho night at Mr. Tom Parsons. Miss Eliza Parsons returned homo with them on Monday, Dr. Hart is erecting a fine barn this week. His friends, especially tho insurance company, hopo that ho will bo more fortunate with this than ho was witli its predecessor. Rev. B. A CutidifT and daughter, Miss Leila, are visiting his sister and daught er, in Butler county, this week. Miss Leliu will spend the winter with her sis tor, Mrs. Boisscau. The revival at tho M. E. church South at this place, closed Sunday night Ono or two converted, ono sanctified, several reclaimed and a great many sinners converted. Ono of tho good efforts of tho meeting was tho settling of a family filed of long standing. There was a card on thebibloatchurch Sunday night . telling whero ''pure whisky" could bo bought. Bro. Candid' treated it with tho contempt it deserved. You know it is written in the first chapter of Job that "When tho sons of God camo to prt rwnt themselves beforo tho LorJ and Satan camo also among them." Now, no one would think of calling tho fellow who put the card there, Satan ho would be too smart to do such u thing-- Yet it wus certainly tho spirit of Satan that prompted tho act. Cavu-Spring Short Talks. Henry Tate, Tobinsport. Irish potatoes aro very short this season. Notmore than a fourth of a crop in my neighborhood. Jas. T. Skillman Tho best thing I saw at the World's Fair was Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. I wouldn't have missed it for $.". Davis Young. I fed my wheat to bogs this year and got $1 a bushel for it. It is a better feed than corn. Have 400 bushels on hand now. Sowed 40 acres this season. Ignoranco of tho merits of DeWitt's Littlo Early Bisers is a misfortune. These littlo pills regulate the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, con. stipatlon and hilliousncss. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. "The mill oCOod grinds slowly Though they grind exceedingly small With patience lie stands waiting With exactucsss grinds lie all." In closing let me call the attention of the readers of the Nkws to Rev. White of Leitchfield, who is the pastor of High Qu. e an exciting scene at Lodiburg one il y last week. As Joe Stewart and Sam l.obertsou were putting tho roof on the n w building of A M. Hardin's, the scaflb d erected for tho purpose of standing oi. gave way and fell Robertson and f? jwart saved themselves by hanging to tho eve of the houso and getting on to . It was some time before the boys . ot over their scare. They saved them ilveu by climbing and afterwards danc 1 a hornpipe. land church. I referred to him in the letter which called forth the display of party feeling from Brandenburg. If Rev. White cays that I have prevaricated then I havo nothing else to Bay. I am not a member of any church, though I believe in a supremo being, and God forbid that I ever connect myself witli any church until I can havo self control enough to cast off political idols. I desiie to say that it will lake some thing more serious than Capt. Gross and John Hardin's defeat to take the smile off" of my face for honestly 1 believe tho world will still wag if Elisha Ashcraft is defeated but goodbye to the Third party. It would be like killing tho leader of a gang of wild geeso. Now Elisha, beforo closing I wish to ask you a civil question, don't intend to r ask you if your wasn't a monkey, oil no, but this is tho question I want to put to you: Wasn't you in tho church at tho time those names wero being signed to tho document on tho doorstep of the church ? grand-mothe- WARNED. Look in at Bobt. Weatherford's now cap. Stone factory will bo in operation next week. Our town was Hooded with drummers last week. Miss Argent Mercer was tho guest of Mrs. Green last week. Bov. Allen, presiding elder of M. E. church South, was in town last week. Mr. Ed. McGuffin, our new agent is smitten. The attraction is down the K. U. reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibiliD.P.RITCHEY. Ky. MANAGER, ties, all stomach and bowel troubles assume an importance beyond the ordinary, and should meet witli prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, colic ov and cramps, wind on the stomach, flatulHeadquarters for ency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a bad condition of tho stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected at once. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown; W. Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Micb Capital Stock $25 000. Ya., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is the iean Planter, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil Surplus $7 600. ; for best medicine I ever used for pains by Ihe Barrel, Plaster Hair. cramps and colic in children, it can't bo B. F. BEARD, President. beat. For flux, it is tho king." & WILL MILLER, Mr. H. L. Blenkinship, ofTooley, W. Va., has this to say: "Last April I had Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Floormgal-wav- s M. II. BEAKD, Cashier. an extremely severo attack of diarrhea ; kept on hand. Orders acQ. W. BEAKD 1 twenty-on- e actions of my bowels in had companied by cash prompt - Dire tor MORUIS ESKRIDOK less than two hours. I took threo doses It filled. ) R. M. JOLLY. of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved mo instantly." INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Lightning Hot Drops is flic safest, surest, quickest remedy over compounded Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R, f). Co. for each and all of tho above complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and internal, and is tho best safeguard known to destroy the evil effects of a change of water or diet. Pleasant to take. SweetTaking Effect ened, children like it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, At 7:00 o'clck A, U. Sunday, Juna 18, 189 at 25c, and 50c. a bottle, on the guaranWctt Bound Train$ Eatt Bound TVatni tee : No relief, no pay. Try it once. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, fit ,, 52 Bo not deceived. Look for Trade-Mar- k ki Mall dj Mall A of natives gathering herbs. Mado only Bpr'i Kxpr'a STATIONS Kpr' Kxpr'. A SURE- - and CERTAIN CURE by Hrb Medicine Co.. Springfield, Ohio. Dally' Dally Dally Dally known for 10 yonrs as tho BEST 630pm 7 45ain Iv.Un'n 't ..ar 12 40pm 8 45pm REMEDY FOR PILES. hr biuubdsoi atDicixi to., ht. loch. 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Sworn Proofs Mail ed Free. No. 3TB Canal New York. 915 1002 958 955 9 42 9 37 625 618 614 611 9 20 932 9 41 9 48 9 64 968 10 10 10 iMfll "it Circulars and 05 21 U ai 1033 43 1055 Skillman llawesvlllo Pctrle I'alcon Cayce Lewiiport Powers Shops 967 927 916 908 9 02 6 55 644 &a5 6 27 6 21 6 00 For a laino back or for a pain in tho Wo could not improve tho quality if side chest, try saturating a pleco of paid double tho price. DeWitt's Witch flann with Chamberlain's l'ain Balm Hazel Salvo is tho best Salvo that exuud I ndlng it onto the affected parts. perience can produce, or that money can This reatment will cure any ordinary buy. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and case i one or two days. I'ain Balm also Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. caret-- rheumatism. 50 cent bottle for sale How to Urn If You Wish to Live lAmg. by A R. Fisher, Cloverport and Witt A AbUIo from tho very important and Meat. r, Hardinsburg. controlling influence of inheritance, of diet and of telniKjrato habits, tho points to bo learned from tho few statistical SIROCCO. data attainable aro that longevity is promoted by a quiet, peaceful lifo in u reFrank Lewis has moved to Mr. Georgo tired and rural community, whero there Gardner's. is freedom from nervous strain and worrying and excessively laborious toil. The MIm Ada Neafus, of Louisville, is visbusiness man, with increasing cares and iting in this vicinity. responsibilities, tho mill operative tpll-in- g MIh Gertio Neafus has returned from hard to keep together tho souls and Loujhvlllc, where she visited friends bodies of himself and his family, tho while her father took in tho 'World's politicians, the hardworking professional men, aro not tho chief contributors to Fair. tho. centenarian ranks. Dr. Holyoke inMrs. Mary Mclntyro and daughter, deed becamo a centenarian, but his exMary, of Graysville, 111., are visiting Mrs. ample has rarely been followed by his Mcln Lyre's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Cur- professional brethren. Boston Medical ' rent. and Surgical Journal. Died, on the morning of tho 25th of Where "Sterling" C.iue-- From. last month after an illness of two months Sterling signifies monoy from tho leMr. Jack Miller. galised standard of colnago of Great On tho 1st at 0 o'clock a. m. old uncle Britain. According to ono theory the Silvester Ilullninn passed into tho land term originated as follows: It is a cor ruption of Easterllng a erson from of dreams. north Germany, on the continent of I in grateful to tho Brandenburg cor Europe, and therefore from tho east in respondent for her compliment, which geographical relation to England. Tho coming from ono who is justly consid- Eaatorlinga wero ingenious artiaians ered iig brightest of tho Nkws' corres- who camo to England in (he reign of pond- nts, makes one. feel that his efforts Henry HI to refine the silver money, and though fraught with rural felicity are not tho coin they produced was called inon-et- a Eustorlingorum tho money of the (q vain. Eosterllngs. Now York Evening San. I Mr. K. Smith and family aro visiting in tho neighborhood of Fair View this week. Bopairs for Galloway & Co'a machinery havo arrived and they w.ill bo ready for business soon, Mr. Frank May has just returned from Grayson county, accompanied by Miss Lizzie Bradley. Prof. Geo. Gray has just been examined and wo think tho chances are good s for a certificate. C. 1). Pnyno has gone to Louisville. Look out boys, C. 1). has been Instructed to buy a Prlnco Albert tor Geo. Gray. Mr. L. IJ. Pnyno has retired from the stavo business and is now burning plant beds preparatory to a crop of tobacco. The Baptist cjiurch at this place will by Chribtmos, at which time a series of meetings will bo held. Z. Green & Co., nurserymen, aro doing an immense business at tills placo this season. Thoy aro shipping out largo quantities of tho finest of ftuit trees. Miss Bee- Moyor, of Bums, lias been testing tho status of the various kinds of sowing machines at this placo and pronounces superior to all. first-clas- avinciibE Dr. Guy Checini, St., WE TELL YOU 1205pm 1216 12 21 1224 1231 1238 1128 1248 1264 1135 1160pm 1 10pm 1100 1103 1110 1118 Owensboro Mattingly GrlffitV 7 64 Stanley 761 Worthlngton 7 43 7 35 Heads Snottsvllle 727 Aasketts 720 ar.Hendcrs'n lv 7 05am Patei 868 862 835 822 812 800 618 612 4 50 4 43 4 35 4 22 . 417 414 4) 4 01 354 360 Loulsvllle.yinsburg&MernRJi TAKING No. 2 TIME TABLE. Shirts ; Inn At Babbage's Cloverport, Kentucky. guarantee every one who follow, our Instruction, faithfully the making o( ttUOO.OO n month. . 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