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Wo havo put Into this snlo many lines of regular $15 goods. There are fine black and blue cheviots unfinished worsteds; "Sawyers," "Globo" and "Wybowet'1 casslmcrcs and standard goods in SUITd and there are Kerseys. Meltoos ami Chinchillas In medium nud heavy OVERCOATS aiH ULSTEK8 With this as ns'tirt we intend to make ii SPKCf.VhTY o $10 SUITS and 0 EltCOATS and to nltvuys bo able to fill an order with the "best r.nlues on th fur the .money." Send a casln JMAII. OitDEK. Money refunded If goodi fail to please; express paid for 200 miles. Goods sent O. O. D. subject to examination if express charges both ways are sent with order; and if goods nro taken express will be deducted. Try Levys' on a mail order for HEROINE. CAREER AND i W 'JUL ?,: v . Is ono of tho first signs of poor health. Coughs, Colds, Woak Lungs, Disoasod Blood follow. TRAGIC DEATH OF ELLEN QUINNK c lm SI ' Nf iw Loss of Flesh LEVT UITS (LOUISVILLE; THIRD AND MARKET) Pioneer School Ma'am Who Was an Absolute Ruler Over a1 Largo i Territory A JndVe from Whose Decision There was no Appeal Her Ho- roioDoath. ) Scott's Special Correspondence of the Mki.ciikkyii.i.kTisx.; November 10. FouHemf miles so'u'th 'of this placc'and four intlcs northwest of tho little city of AND Bowie, there is a sharp point of lnnd Don't be deceived by Substitutes! rising abruptly above, thevprairie, andr VALUES ON Known 10 uiiiiuu surrounuingx-ounirltowr V. Y. All Drunlit. bf tt osj Send your namo and address for LEWS' Hnnnn'p Pual tTtl.ltfnr a..1&..l. ! LKTTI2II, our comic monthly paper. fended by ono person ulonc or by more. sociated with that of a woman who seems v- -- v --n" to have come very near being queen in y-Doubtless, when thoy had drawn nearer N X and were preparing to make the lost fareality as. well asi In pamo. iWhNothoj II J Hl rlWINTEIt STYLES FOR FAlIt WOMAN. wo(n6n of tal rush, sho dropped her rifle and used have the'irbWn building 1.1; ny drwwi for winter wenr nro well trimmed with fur. 'Die cms In tli.i center hor heavy h of henry bine diet lot Arj;o cut princess. The frock of tlip pnwi at tlio right is of in Chicago ,for showing what they have, with deadly effect. a permanent character, and I begin to feel cer(, tivnojH$jUiJ,' Biid the miifemkut is of old rose tuftctu striped with Mask. A now Certain it is that she wa3 gamo to tho tain that my chances of becoming jouner net THE POPULAR FAVORITE accomplished alongariouslneSjU'may f.uicy imkut is nhgun.at the left. lm. last. Finally tho last cruel rush was cxcectlini; vicious In my case Isenile debility is perhaps bo worth while to call attention not due to habits, yet lme a Imblt of ' I i ; i; ' made, and tho bravo teacher Queen had Retting older each day. t have bten Infirm far to what ono rough woman of tho 'Texas pushing in tho door, a roar liko that of a never levied any taxes on her subjects, given hor life for those of her subjects. the last ten Ycars frontier accomplished in the hitter days cannon startled them, and on investiga- but received from thoso appearing e This Is from a family physician, who is AH this took time, aud timo was valuof the GOs. her enough gratuitous contributions able just then. There wero not more also a member of a Pension Office Board. It was in I860 that Allen Quinn camo tion it was found that a rusty old musket In anser to yar inklry I woi ekquanted with from Western NorthCarolina to this liadAliscliargeil about a,jIouulc, handful to make a royal income, all things con- than three or four families then living Martin While Ileforc In part of Texas. A's would lie judged from oTsl8g?inf3 thoWoT withl forjenou5jh sidered, hho dispensed this income within several miles of tho Peak, and tho his famerly physician, Went wasarmoryin nnil also - rase It mile of lie 1111110 plth royal generosity. Her school con hoy messenger had amplo timo to notify ne. He was sond nnmc, she had Irish blood in 'her to havi killed a'dozan-meher when he went In the scrtisc, - - tinued until the very last. them and get them hidden in tho timb he complan often times, his fingers hand is drod veins, but it was nrixed with a copious been in tho way. The gun had evidentTUB TKAOKDV. ered bank of the creek. It must havo crucked he c.in't do m inly labor to a grate ex strain of Indian, derived from tho Cher- - ly been arranged so as to dischargo its load Her death, however, was, as It should been after nightfall when tho summit of tent I was passen by where he was making rales okoca that still inhabit a reserve among harmelleBsly. j However, when tho affair last I gdt to be generally known it was taken have, been, tho climax and crowning tho Peak was finally stormed, and about not stimcr two years ago i tuck notls he could tho Carolina mouutlans. Just under work as abel body he had to rtst as long as a warning of what tho teacher would pointof her life. It was all that was 10 o'clock a force of men came galloping he worked, he complains of his nencs been stiff what .qircumstauces she came no ono as. mi; i)ii Bcems'to'remeiribdr, but soon after com- d6 a'scconu tune, and was respected ac- necessary to make her subjects worship in from Clear Creek, having heard of tho I senc III ni every two months or so an cant do nothing to threatened attack. The Indians still re- thing they cure him. I give him almost everying sho announced her intention to open cordingly. From that time on no noc- her, not almost, but altogether. Is for still but they Is still turnal fntrhde'rever entered that school During tho fall of 1800 tho Comancucs maining left under cover of tho night. a school for tho benefit of thd surroundstltf. I don't think he can do nothing much. house by the door, and as windows had began once moro to make raids through "KXSS-ME.- " Next morning tho settlers visited tho You have my examination of him In your office. ing country. It seemed as if the school i.1 ' would likely benefit the ''doitntry" liter- not yet coine!inta fashion in this part of this portion of Texas Tho Comanches Peak. There, behind n big bowlder, on I. S, You arc gl eti some two much pensions! no sum by me that drod 8 per ally as there were very few in- Texas the housn was free from intrusion. havo been called tho Ishmaelites of tho the very summit thoy found Ellen Quinn a plenty now dros 12 talkin ofmonth which was ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON. laing in lor habitants to get tho good of it. What . The.tfachor always had a loaded riflo West, their hand being raised against tho prairio's queen, stiff and cold in I say they don't reserve It. few men there were, however, got to- sitting in the corner of the school room overy man and every man's hand against death. Her body had been pierced by Ono more on tho Pension Office Itself. gether and put up a house for her. It during tchool hours, and had it slung be- them. Tho quetn had formerly acquired I half a dozen bullets and her scalp had This circular was pasted up not long ago; Members of the mtdlcal division are forbidden was the first school house ever put up in hind her saddle as she rode. She was a uiuiusbua iuucii luiiuence over mo In- been taken. Itiffe and wero Montague county, and all things consid- "fearless rider and an unerring shot. dians as sho had over the whites, and in both missing. Around the barricade, to have their hats or clothing on preparatory to leaving office before 4 o'clock. one ered, could hardly be cited as a model of There was a gencraUmpression that she, periods of open indlan.hostility this in- down in tho timber at its baso, and out breaking this rule will be chirged with Any a demerthis would shoot?tokill ifjhec'essary, and it fluence stood her in good stead. The iu the open prairio, thoy counted tho architectural graco and elegance. It was it of 15 minutes. Washington Capital. was'probably welhfoundcdfthough there Indians seemed to consider that her bodies of eleven Comanches. That told From which this town takes it's name, does not in ado of rough logs cut from the timber is uo recordjbf her everghavlngactually Indian blood raado hor one of themselves tho story. surrounding tho base of what is now It Cures afford tho weary traveler a more refreshing draft and so allowed her to pass backward and Parks' Cough Syrup cures Colds, No death in tho wholo of this part of known as Queen's Peak. It was situated justified it. There was ono than do the irriaistible bargains that stand out so blatant blackguard, named Starke, forward to and from their camps unabout halfway up and on the southern icxas couiu navo inovru tno pcopio as Coughs.Croup and Whooping Cough. boldly every day in the year inourstoro. It is tho talk who was once heard to make filthy re- molested. Though a cherokeo, sho soon did hers. She could havo escaped by Tho standard home remedy in thousands side in order to protect it from the cold of the country around, that our Northern winds of winter. There wero marks inTegardtcT'tlr'teachtF"a"rrd'"to acquired tho language of tho Comanches. merely doing nothing, but sho deliber- of fauulles for all lung diseases. vfascina-tio- n For'a long time her influence was suc- ately choso to die that tho lives of some several reasons why this site was cboscit. boast of hlsipersonal' piiWersJof for women generally. Ono night, cessful In protecting tho settlers around fifteen or twenty defenseless An Angry Gorilla. ' Wood was near at hand for building the women and shortly afterward, his riderless mustang tho peak-froany disturbance, but on children might bo saved. It was decided New Yoiik, October 24. "Chiko;" the house and supplying tho fires in winter, which items wero wry important ones came up to tho ranch where Starke had ono occasion it failed. All tho men for to bury her and raise a monument to gorilla, was placed in his winter quarters can't bo beat or even duplicated in the largest cities. to tho Texans of those days. Water been working Nobody ever happened forty mih s around had gone soma dis- heron the Peak's mound for her, on iu tlio Arsenal at Central Park yesterday to find ,tho body and nobody cared tp tance below to Clear Creek Canyon, which she labored in tliu school room afternoon. The gorilla was in such an Our motto is to sell as low as we can without regard could be obtained from n spring close at to the general market. hand, and this also was not to be slight- look for it. Som supposed the, teacher ton art! which locality it had been re- and on which she died. Every ono for ungovernable rage that it was determinWc do not make great cuts ed. Moreover, tho peak, though only a know all about it, and sho nmy or may ported that a large baud of hostiles wero miles around attended the funeral. ed to send for Alice, one of tho elephants and reductiqn sales. Our prices speak for themselves not have done so. advancing. While the country was thus There was no minister to preach, but it in the menagerie, and her presence had hundred or so feet above tho surroundWe kcop a general line of unprotected, a A SUl'JIEMK JUDOE. boy came was a solemn alfair notwithstanding. a quieting etlect on tho big simian. One ing prairie, was tho highest point for miles around, and from its summit n After the school at the Teak had been dashing up on his pony and called to Tho body was buried on tho very sum- of tho men, Felix McDonald, who was watch could ho kept for the approach of going on for about two years, n singular the queen that a band of about twenty mit and above it the men piled up a vast helping in tho transfer, came within Indians or others hostile characters stato of affairs hegan gradually to come Comanches wero coming as fast as thoy heap of rough stones. These may be arm's length of Chiko and was squeezed Wo sell them right, and wo pay tho highest market tightly against tho bars, while the aniFrom it signals could be given in case of into being. The fame ot her school had could travel. Ho begged her to go meet seen there v" A new set ot people have filled up tho mal did his utmost to drag in an arm, dauger, and would probably bring assist- gonoout over all the surrounding country them and pacify them. price for Country Produce. When you visit tho B?g she answered, sadly, "It's no surrouuding country. ance in case tfiere were any one to see or Sho had exactly those accomplishments About all thoy aud was biting savagely but vainly at Spring don't fail to call at the Largest Mercantile Es hear them. , and exactly that turn of mind calculated U30 this time. Their blood's up because know about tho matter is that these McDonald, who was rescued by tho men taUHshmcnt in three counties. A O.UKEU SCHOOL. to win for her tho respect and admira- our men havo gone to Clear Creek, and stones mark thogrnvoofan Indian named cutting away tho left side of his coat. thoy won't bo pacified. Yon rido like Queen, who was killed on tho summit By 3 o'clock tho monkey was iu the School opened with four pupils, all of tion of the men of the frontier. The rewhom camo from tho only house within sult was that thoy respected her. More tho wind and get all tho women and after whom tho peak was named. They room formerly occupied by Crowley. two miles of the place. Soon, howovor, than thoy trusted her. More than that, children hid in tho creek bank. I'll should know tho wholo story. I affirm The cage, howovor, was not quite ready, it began' toancrcase as the fact of its ex- they almost worshiped her. By degrees hold tho Intlians long enough for that. that neither Thermopylns nor tho Almao for men wero nailing down a carpet, and J Even as she was speaking tho Indians showed any grander examplo of truo then tho rest of the furniture, consisting istence began to be noised abroad she acquired almost unlimited influence BIG SPRING, KY. through tho country. Grown men who over tho men for over 100 miles around. camo in sight ovor n rise In tho prairio. heroism than was shown hero. I affirm of a mattress with blaukots, a chair aud a had come to Texas when boys and who They would comely her to settle all dls Tnoy would willingly have passed her that if tho commomoratlvo heap of stone small table, was put iu. Thou his cage wero 300 feet high instead of 30 it would was placed alongside his new home and on " Tho Forms of Invitation used by had lived on tho frontier without educa putes. They would,respect her.dqcision. by without molestation, hut sho was thoy should not. Taking bo nono too high. tional advantages, would come to school If any given man felt inclined to resist the rear Bides of both raised. As soon as tho' English Nobility." Tho article is ho was in his now nbodo tho gate was at illustrated by tho facsimile of cards to to jmiss iuinn in oruer toredeein tuelr her decision, such feeling was useless, as deliberate aim at long range, sho fired P. W. Hon. on co lowered, aud the monkey was mad tho Queen's drawing room, to dinner at lost time. They camo fiom anywhere every other man felt honor-boun- d to and one Indian tumbled from his horso. within 100 or 200 miles. Most of them help enforce it. If a question arose as to Then sho sprang upon the topaiost stone with rago again. With yells and the Princess of Wales, aud to many A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. screams it tore at tho bars, pounded with leading houses of England. Finally,wo could come for only a few months consetho ownership of stock tho parties would of the Peak, and standing at full height, From the Troy (Kansas) Chief. Some years ago wo wero very much tho force of nsledge-hamme- r cutively, at times when there was littlo bring tho cattle or horses involved up to seutouta ringing yoll and derisively at tho sides, have a now and very curious story by to do on farm or ranch, but they put in tho Peak. Each claimant would stato waved her gun. Tho boy waited to sea subject to sovero spoils of cholera morbus; and with its feet tried to knock out tho Mark Twain, called" Tlio Esquimau good work when they did cdine. Tor his sido of the case and call on any one no more, but keeping tho wooded base and now when wo feel any of tho symp- bottom of tho cage. Thesu blows lmd Maiden's Romance." It is iu his hapsome mouths tho attendance would run else he might chooso to substantiate it. of tho Peak between himself and his toms that usually proceed that ailmont, fully tho force of n strong horse's kick piest vein and is illustrated by Dan. as high as thirty, and then again lit If necessary, a glance would bo taken at pursuers, he dashed off, as he had been such as sickness at the stomach, diarrhoea At lost Antonla, his keeper, quieted him Beard. The November number . etc., wo becomo scary. Wo havo found with bananas. would dropdown to three or four. 'Tui- tho braudH on the stock. Then camo tho told. tho work of many artists, KILto ELEVEN INDIANS. 7 tion was uniformly $3 per month, "Chiko" is 5 feot7 inches tall, and among whom aro: C. S. Itainhart, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diai-rbadecision, from which there was no api t , itxjwai when ho extends his arms has a reach of Otto Guillonet, J. II. Harper, G. Ilemcdy tho very thing to straight.It must havo been an interesting sight peal. If a man was suspected of stealing No ono over know tho details of what ' . ' be iiAjr "' i ii .fjii 'h' to see tho lllttld room crowed with big, stock or of committing murdor, tho pro- happened after this. There was a natur- en one out in such cases, and always kept 0 feet. Ho is much, more civilized than Hudson, Franz von Lcnbach, George AT bearded cowboys poring over their cess was tho same. Tho prisoner told al barricade of stones on top of tho Peak, it about. Wo are not writing this for a liis neighbors, tho bushmen, for he Wharton, Edwards, F. Schuyler Mat- t ad pay testimonial, but to let our readers slcees on a decent mattress, uses knife, thews, Dan Beard, W. L. Sontag, Jr., books. They probably had spurs jingling his story and his captors theirs. No le- and keeping behind it sho had-thvantago of her foes in tho open prairie. know what is a good thing to keep handy fork, spoon and plate at his me,als, and F. G. Attwood, O, Hirschberg, J. : at their heels and big gal technicality ever thwarted tho ends their bolts, but tho black-haireAugust Franzen, Louis J. of justico as administered in ,th!s court. We can imagine her determined look as in tho houso. For sale by A. It. Fisher. sits uj at, tho tablo. Globo Democrat. Habert-Dyn littlo Indian-IrisCloverport, and Witt & Meador, woman was mis- If tho prisoner was considered guilty the sho shoved cartridges into horlong-rang- o Head, J. N. Hutchins Hamilton GibAll that honesty, experience and skill son. tress; tor all that. On ono Occasion a big vnrrlf.t U'nQ "(Villi lin Allrrlit tn tlin " Sharp's, and her grim half smilo when 'top can dp to produco a perfect pill, has been refused to obey some command The sentenco would.bp executed as soon i sho saw a shot take effect. Tho Indians employed in making DoWitt'a Littlo Littlo vegetable health producers! she had given him. Going to the old as passed A, case could bo ftiisposed'of seem finally to havo taken positions inCuriosities of the Pension Office. Early Risers. Tho result is a specific for Littlo Early ltisers euro malarious flour sack in which sho kept u collection compjetely in thirty Jnjiinles;. which, iu side tho timber arouud tho Peak, and i i! ' ; r W txfii wtf i a. Hero are somo affidavits from physisick headache, bllllousncss and constipa- disorders and regulate tho stomach and of her mlsecelluneous belongings, sho tho present time would occupy tho at- then gradually to havo drawn their lines cians, Bent to tho Pension Bureau, some Doubtless thoy of them from the Medical Board doctors tion. A- - It. Fishor, Cloverport, and bowels, which prevents headache and gathered up n handful of black pepper. tention of tho court as many months, if nearer Hho Biimmit. Witt A Meador, Hardlusburg. dizziness. A, It.'Fisher, Cloverpoit, and Sho had probably prepared this for just' not years. On ono occasion a mero boy wore unablo W toll whether it waa do- - in different parts of tho country. Witt & Meador, Hardlusburg. . such emergencies, and before her recal- was brought up under accusation of mur ? We find dulncss of this man's heart and the Mark Twain's Latest Romance of an citrant pupil knew what was coming she der. Tho caso was clear against him, general symptoms that the book of Instructions Tho Sugar Crop. call for. In the centre was also Men a largo red throw the pepper square into his eyes. and tho vprdiqt ns follower Esquimau Maiden. 1 ' i mass as large as a small hen's egg, or rather a Tho indications point to ono Tho bully sprang to his feet with a roar "Well, ho lought io dio( tbut die's A magazine is usually satisfied with 'small egg, be the hen herself of dimensions of tho largest crops of sugar cano ever of pain, while tho rest of tho schol shout- nothing but a kid. Give him a pony stalely or otherwise. I find a scar on the man's ono strong feature for tho month. Tho bost m qiuxTiir. nxJTijqciLiir. ed uproarious approval of tho act of dis- and lot him go, but hang him if you find har.veBtcd by tho planters of Louisiana. foot at the Junction of tho sole with the upper. Cosmopolitan, howover, presents for cipline. Trouble might have risen, but him within forty miles of this placo by "Pleaso give voice test for deafness." November no less than five very unusual Tho yield of sugar last year", in round numbers hud been set down by a before tho fellbw's eyes wero clear morning." Answer of Board: ones. William Dean Hpwells gives tho and enough to see how to shoot, had he been sugar deal Tho boy loft. Claimant's voice not characteristic of deafness first of tho letters of tho traveller, who er as 450,000 pounds. Tho In this case. so inclined,, dowp of tho dovotees 'of When tho stato of n (Fairs had lasted Bamo auA happy family The claimant alleges loss ol memory, but as has boon visiting this country from, thority, from tho present outlook, Bays learning grabbed him by armtf, legs' and some while a very natural metamorphosis Twos thue wjth tin Johnsons after vd could hut tako It out and examine It, we have Wo have read Mr. Ho wells' CREAM other avuilablo portions of his anatomy occured in tho namo of Peak. What had Truman II., haubcon rescued from the nothing to say, only his statement, which wo impressions of tho that the yield this year may confidently Altrurlun: but in this gravo hy tho use of Kidney rate null. bo expected to reach tho very handsome and carried him bodily tohe foot of, the before been known as Quinn's Peak first letter we have tho Altrurian's hn-- 'l total Of llachacho Cure. Claimant can't riad without glasses very peak. He was then informed tha( if ho 550,000,000 pounds. This would changed Into Queen's Peak. It is and father died of kidney Ho writes: "My disease and much. lie never could read much. He' never nressions of Now York , with somo combo an increase In yield of a full 100, 000, over entered the school room again or in probable that at first the chango was a I inherited it, Ind becomo so bad that ments upon our government aud society 000 pounds FOR YEARS over tho crop harvested last any ytayi mijlested thojteacher there mero lapse In tho pronunciation, but medical treatment ceased to benefit me learned. Oflice letter. calculated to awaken tho most conserva- year. and I would bo n feast for buzzards and coy after it was made it seemed to Impress of Dr. was given over to die. Ono bottle yield, fn fact, may bo said to Has lod all Worm Romodtos. Iho The claimant above named Is required to file tive minds . Tho second feature of Tlio Fcnner's Kidney and Itackacho bo tho greatest which Lbulsiana has over EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. oteflji Thus was ono unruly pupil 'ex.- - 'the hearers favorably, and it stuck. A Cure practically cured me, though I con- his sworn statement showing when, where, and Cosmopolitan is tho portion of tho mag- produced r New pelled ifnd .thpreils no evidence that llttlu later thoy b gan very naturally to tinued it a littlo longer to bo snfo. My; how he contracted senile Uebllltyi the cause of Orleans Times Demo SOLD EVEUYWIJEHE. azine given up to color work , no less crat. digestion improved disability not tnrmni if MCIURD80I BIMCIIK CO., BT. LOUS. any similinr case oyer camo up again-- , 6peak of tho mistress of Queen's Peak as healed and I aln at once, my kidneys' under act of alleged In his declaration filed than ten sujx'rb now a well man." color illustrations boing June rj, 1S90, and that such disability iNTUUIlKks." ' A tfARNIKbTO the Queen. It sounded better tnan Write him at Uusti, N. Y. Certain in all la pot due to vicious habits, and Is to the best of presented for tho flint time in magazine Wo havq fajth in tho people. 0u,r poFor awhile Ellen Quinn was trohbled '"Miss Quinn," aiid so by that namo sho kidney disetiscfl.icmalo complalnts,back-ach- e, his knowledge and belief, ol a pcrtnanept charhistory, accompanying an article, by litical Institutions are tiu best known sorcneM or lameness over back, acter. by occasional travelers 'who, ih passing is known oven to tho present day. atono in bladder, etc. Also tho Cheat Mrs. Itogor A. l'rypr on "Changes tp mankind. A glorious thing is uiri Claimant's answer: throdgh tho country, would use her Qno inay feel incliued to smile at this Blood Pcbifikk, removing promptly versal sulirnga. It is tho bulwark of o My age Is 70; I cannot say precisely when and In women's Costumes." Tho third all Impure? and poisonous matter from school house as a lodging phco for tho frontier queen, but let it bo remembered ' SULZBR'S. where I contracted senile debility. is "American Notes," by Walter our Hbortles. Through it our country night. They would use hor supply of that sho ruled a larger scope of country tho blood, curing bUIh eruptions and on quite gradually, I seemed free It has ftcome enfronf scrofula, dyspepdaheitrt disease, drop-BHesant, who was recently in America will continue? to inako progress steadily . and firewood besides, would detract than King Solomon did. llcr's was tho rheumatism, drowsiness, dullness, tirely at rny birth) yet If I had not been bom us and is doing the United States for "O. O. O. Certain Chill Curo tho and peacefull, to the advantage of all. la If not tho boat remedy you havo much from the general cleanliness of tho richer kingdom, too, in all natural re sleeplessness, constipation, headaches. far back as I was, I am sure I would not be suf. Wo Cosmopolitan a la Dickens. The fourth lean ore in the second eentu.nrv nf Anwr. over used for' Chills and Fovcr independence- under tho Constituplace, Ono night just as a party wero sources, though not so populous. Sho Money refunded If satisfaction not ferlng wllh It sa seriously as now. The most eminent authorities are agreed that old age Is o given. Take homo a bottle your money will bb rcftmded. feature is an articlo by General IJadeau tion. N. Y, Sun. l'leasnut to tako. Prlco OO ets. mmmmamA W Umgs& wmmmt Emulsion cures all of thoso weaknesses. Tako It in tlmo to avert Illness If you, can. Physicians, Iho world ovor, endorse it. 1 tho Croam of Cod-liv- er Oil, COATS X.SXSCCTfS Si; y "-- or BEST EARTH FOR THE PRICE. y 1 he-for- "kiss-me- " su-m- ; ? Nearly Half a Million Cakes Consumed Every Week." NO GR8T. RIO D8RT. 7 is That Why Everybody Chews i, 1 HE B IG OPRING loud-mouthe- .v. Stock and Prices .v. Staple Merchandise. "W JACOB & MEYER, Underwear 'Vc,. i ts rn dang-ling.fro- m d s, h g, t's B&BB AGE'S1 ' well-inform- WORMS! WHITE'S 20 n. DrJ-'cnner'- s io V.ERM1FUGE fya-tur- y, to-da- y. THR BRRCKRKR1DG& N&WS, GLOVanPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1893. "" HARDINSBURG. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOIMO TUT. Passenger Dally arr. lardlnibarg-12:4- 2 p.m. oomo E1ST. Passenger Dully arr. Hardinsburg.. 7:60 a.m Jno. D. It V. 0. Babbage, Edllon aad Froprlst'rs I,., HI, Ij. &T. Local Time Cnrd, 9 .42 .m. Mall and Eipreii going Bast Wast .10.38 a.m. a Bait 8.00 p.m. tixprass Wait - .15 p.m. 11.35 a.m. k East Local Might 9.20 a.m. " Wast SIX PAGES. Gov. Brown lias issued Ills proclamn-m'atio- n fixing, Thursday, November 00th as Thanksgiving Day. "Where stands Congressman Caruth, while a Republican holds the big post-offiin tho Democratic city of Louisville? brother of Harrison has received an appointment as Surveyor of Customs at Kansas City. J. Scott Harrison, the Democratic It is said nt Washington, D O., that tho suit of Miss Tollard against Congressman Breckenridge will not likely como up for trial before spring. Jon.v Slaton has settled down right in Ho is already of Fopuliste. a hot-be- d organizing his forces for the coming campaign. A fnll county ticket, he says, will be put out. CoNafcEss will reconvene in a short time and tho President's message is looked forward to with general Interest. Not particularly by Democrats, but by peo-pl- o of all parties. Mr. Hardin Beard was visiting hero last neck. Bring us your country produce. W. B. Hardin. Mr. It. M. Jolly, Irvington, was in the city last Friday. Prof P. B. Hayes, Brandeudurg, was in the city last Monday. Thoroughbred bronze turkeys for sale. Mrs. Taylor Beard. Mr. Burrel Heard says ho will bo n candidate for jailer. Mrs. John Lewis is visiting at her father's in tho country. Mr. Stuart DeJernett moved to the jail residence last week. Several new scholars have come in lately to attend college. John Slaton moved hie family last week to his farm at Rosctta. The Chatauqua Circle will give a public meeting on the 22nd of December. Mr. Jesse Eskridgo says he will be a candidate for County Attorney next year. Messrs. Phocianand Vivian Daniel arc here visiting their grandmother, Mrs. V. Daniel. Mr. W. H. Bell bought a house and lot of Dr. A. M. Kincheloe last week for BRANDENBURG. That tho Democrats Bhould call a pri mary as early as February next. That John E. Monarch would liko to - Mrs. John Howard is up. be endorsed for a second term. Little Fannie Ditto is still quite sick That the late Republican victory has Mr. Tim Coleman is slowly creeping not run J. 1). Beeler offthe track. towards recovery. Thnt Squire Georgo Harned will lead Mr. Sam Crecelius, Big Bend, was in tho Third partyites for Cbhnty Judge, town hut Saturday. and John Slaton's natno will be on their Charlie Coleman went to Corydon, Sheriffs ticket. Byerly. MOOLEYVILLE. Miss Mary Dtitschke was in (own last week shopping. sence of conventionality, wo all enter No heartily into the same "swim." " upper crust," consequently no jealousies or bickerings over social positions Grim winter has many pleasures then in Btoro for us witli galties ahead for the holidays. Progress In Your Interest A LARGER r & WEST VIEW. Mrs. Woods returned home last week. Gov. Brown has not yet indicated what should be done with our State exhibit at tho World's Fair. Ought ho to let it oirtotho highest bidder, or order it to Frankfort for a permanent show somewhere about tho Stato Capitol? visited tho World's Fair. Assuming that they spent an average of $50 apiece, wo have tho immense total of $10,000,000 taken out of Kentucky in the short space of six months. Hopkins-vill- e Kenluckian. Stato of Michigan, a conductor and engineer have been held to answer the charge of manslaughter for running a train contrary to orders, and causing the lots of life of a dozen or more people. A prompt legal investigation should follow in all railroad accidents, especially so when there is an intimation that some one has been derelcct of duty. Is-th- e It is estimated that 200,000 Kentuck-ian- s Just ono word to our esteemed contemporary the Messenger. There is but one way to profit by defeat and that is to study its causes and work to prevent There is no use them in the future. Wo have all of whining over tho past. done bad enough God knows, and it will do no good to party or men to recall those tilings. Let us get together and stop our quiblings and try to do better, and we'll do ourselves and our posterity a bcrviee. Tin: next session of tho Kentucky Legislature will bo looked forward to with more than a passing interest by the people of tho State. Tlw session being limited to sixty days, causes a suspicion among many, that not much business will bo done. But really it will be busi ness from tho start, and thero will not be much time for nnything but business. The members will have to work and if thoy do so, they can find time to give the Stato all the Legislation she needs. The trouble has been heretofore, that thero has been a great waste of time during extended sessions. The Democratic leaders in Congress seem to bo meeting witlmome strong op position in their efforts to reform tho tariir luw. This opposition comes to from Democrats. The question is now before the Committee on Ways and Means, and the opposition to reform the Demo tarifi' comes from Southern crats. In some of the States in tiie South where largo manufacturing interests havo grown up, Democrats are objecting to reducing tho taritTto a revenue basis. They say that their industries must bo protected and it can only be dono under a protective tariff. How's This ! We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props. Toledo, O. Wo tho undersigned, havo known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Wa.lding, Kinnah & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Price, 75c. per bottlo. Sold by all Druggista, Testimonials freo. letters From The People Mu. Editob, will you please publish these notes for tho colored people 7 Win. Foyuter's conversation with n citizen of Cloverport,Ky. Ho said as follows "I have a very good school,yes I think us good as can bo expected during the present condition of affaire. I have not any regular school house. "I am teaching in a dwelling. Hope tho'good citizens will soon build a colored school house to help diffuse an educational sentiment among these colored youths of this city " Evory body bo far as I havo learned aro woll satisfied with' their teacher and thinks that ho will leach them ft progressive school regardless' of, tlietr vory poor facilities. Jteapectf ully Yours ' Colored l'Koru: of the Citv, sick. Mr. Fred Cron, from Alsace, Germany, was in town Saturday Mr: R. T. by his fine Misses Durbin, who have typhoid fever is holding us spell bound and Sunday. Clarionet performace. aro convalescent. Born, to the wife of S. M. Hennlngcr, Mesdames John K. Ditto, Cal HenMisses Jcnnio Stnllman and N6ra ManNovember 7th, a girl. dricks and Abo Ditto wore in Louisville ning wore in town lost week. Misses Cora and Es.a Matthews went lost week on a shopping tour. Miss Ada Hay den was in town' last T. M. Hawes and Mr. James to Hardinsburg Fridny. Rev. week superintending a new carpet Mrs. Stone is visiting her daughter, Hawes, Louisville, came down last week Mrs. Lum Severs, Union Star, paid her to Mrs Goodman, this week. sister, Mrs. D. W. Lewis. bco their week. mother, Mrs. Parr, a visit-las- t Miss Neddio Hunter is visiting relaInclement weather Interfered with the Health of tho community very good. "Aid" last Friday night, but a few ven- tives and friends at this place. Miss Kato McGill, who has been quite tured out. I'm not informed of tho Mr. W. D. Smitli and Miss Cora Matsick for sometime, is improving slowly. placo of next meeting. thews attended church at Cave Spring Win. Solbrig, tho great timber man, I am sorry Miss Lucy Ditto did not Sunday. was circulating recently among friends succeed in getting a position at AnchorMrs. Lageraida Davis, who has been here. returned age. Lucy la a worthy, true girl and de- visiting her Mr. Paul Mills, of Rhodelin, was tho serves success. homo Wednesday. guest of Mary Kaufman, neo Warren, Mrs. Emily Matthews nnd son return Mr. Tom Coleman is slowly improving last week. but impatient to think ho cannot be at ed from Louisvillo Tuesday. They reMiss Mahala Greenwell, who has been work on that Methodist church which port a pleasant time. spending a few weeks with Mrs. W. Cart needs his personal supervision. Mr. Goodman and family returned near Union Star, came home last Sunday. Our merchants aro ordering hol'day from Grayson county Wednesday, where Miss Ellen O'Bryan, of Rhodelin, was goods already nnd before you know it, they havo been visiting relatives and which brings to- friends. tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Egart, last tho season of $500. Mrs. Ben Lay, Stephensport, was in week, and attended tho J arboo O'Bryan gether our scattered Hock, will bo upon Mr. Noah Basbam and wlfo have been us. visiting friends at this place the past the city last Monday, tho guest of Mrs. nuptials. Ernest Fontaine, who has been with week. Wo wero glad to see them with Our new preacher, Bro. Hartfort was J. A. Witt. with us last week and delivered an excel- his uncle Morgan Fontaine, of Louisville, us again. Mr. Walter J. Piggott's family have "Geth-seininhas returned home and left Monday for A young fellow of our town seems to moved from their farm, near Bowlcyvillo lent sermon at the new church Hardinsburg to enter Prof. Shacklett's be all smiles this week, but we can well last Sunday. to this place. school. Mr. B. F. Parr, Manchester, Ills., formaccount for that somo littlo girl is visiting Tho railroad case is still hanging fire The musicalo nt Mrs. Geo. Reinmn's nt this place. in Louisville, but may be readied ono erly of Mooleyvillo is well and highly pleased with his school. He scuds res- last Wednesday night was enjoyed by a Mr. Sam Henninger has had a new day this week. pects to his Breckenridgo county friends. few lovers of music as well as the "poetry addition made to his dwelling and also W. I). Carman at Custer, Ky., has of motion" which was also a feature of had n new barn built which adds a great transferred his tavern license there to K. . J. F. Jarboo and Miss Lum O'Bryan were married last Wednesday at St. tho evening. deal to tho looks of the town. L. Cook & Co. John T. Ditto, Louisville, was at Therisa's church. Bov. Raoux officiatQuito a'number of young pcoplo went Tho Deposit Bank of Owensboro has ing. May their halcyon day of wedloek church last Sunday minus that yellow haw hunting Sunday afternoon, but with Robert-so-u appealed the case against It. G. bo only the incipiency of brighter and rose. His man was beaten and he basks regret thoy returned with not, enough and others. in tho sunlight of Mayor Henry S. Tyler's to even black their mouths. happier days to come. Superintendent elect Driskell will not Several couples from hero attended municipal rule. Mrs. Kato Tucker, wifo of Jessio T. take charge of his office January 1, but Dr. Pusey has la grippe and is quite Tucker, died November 3, after n long and church at Shiloh last Sunday and wero in August 1894. well pleased with Bro. Wardrup's ser- sick. Dr. Wells has several cases I hear soverojllness. She passed from among tho Mr. James Bishop, the popular travelmon. It was forcible, profund, without a and is riding day and night. Dr. Wells living, leaving a husband, children and ing salesman for Itosenhurg, Mendell & waver of doubt. There was truth In all is a hustler and wilt do his utmost to quito n number of friends to mourn her Flexner was hero Monday. ho said. Ho calls a spado a spado and obey his own nnd Dr. Pnsey's call too. We extend to the family our death. Miss Lulu Jolly returned to Louisville handles it without gloves, even if it blisBro. Allen, presiding elder, preached greatest sympathy. last week. She Inn a position in tho ters. Wo aro inclined to believe he is last Saturday and Sunday at tho quarter District Attorney's ollico there. made of that kind of stuff that made ly services. He is quite an able man UNION STAR. Mr. F. M. Popham and W. L. Beavin martyrs in olden time. nnd an earnest speaker. Love least SunMiss Gertio Elder, of Chcnault, is viswere hero lost week and renewed their Wm. Mitchell and Miss Melissa Cun- day nt S) a. m. Sermon and Holy comMiss munion at 11 a. m. license to retail liquors in Clovcrport. iting Miss Blanche Severs. ningham were married hwt week. We can furnish you anything in tho Cunningham is the beautiful and only Tho young folks made up parties and Dr. Louis Goldstein, of Henderson, grocery or confectionary line to get up a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mat Cunning- stormed Mesdames Herndon, Hayncs, was a guest of R. C. Richardson one day big thanksgiving dinner. W. B. Hardin. ham a refined and cultcrod young lady, Reiinan and Grinnoll last week. It is last week. Parties, who havo crops of fino Burloy and is worthy of the greatest love and superfluous to add they had a jolly good Mis3Sara Richardson returned homo We offer to them our timo. It is on the program to ''storm" after an extended visit to her sister in tobacco for sale, will do well to see Mr. admiration. Winebrinner, the tobacco buyer of our heartiest congratulations, and predict for several others this week. So look out Hardinsburg. them a happy future, earnestly hoping for them. town. Misses Bertie French nnd Daisy Welmarried life may be a pleasant Dick Ditto's case is dismissed by Dr.' lington' spent Saturday witli Misses Liss notified that their Mr. W. W. Vessels has been and pr6spcrous one witli no cloud to that his appointment to a position in tho darken its pathwoy or mar its beauty. Wells, who is his physician instead of and Eva Cash man. revenue service would bo made this Tho young husband and wifo nre held in Dr. Pusey as I stated before. I wish to Miss Blanch o Frymire, Preston, spent be accurate in every statement made and week. highest esteem by our people and whenever any tiling is misrepresented it Saturday in Union Star, tho guest of the Revs. W. B. Rutlodgo and John Dun- chary with words of sincere congratulaMrs. Wm. Lowry Milncr. - , is nlways duo to lack of correct informacan aro in the midst of a big protracted tions. Messrs. Kayo, Phelps and Sinyser, of tion. meeting at tho Clover Creek Baptist Louisvillo, were entertained by Dr. and Como again Wolf Creek as you reI believe I have once before informed church. marked of Mooleyvillo, your letters nre you I was neither omnipresent nor om- Mrs. Wm. Milner this week. Thero jvill bo on oyster supper at tho very imteresting. When I whs n "wee" Messrs. Cunningham and Burch and so when you meet mo don't say Mattingly hotel next Saturday night lor school girl, Wolf Creek was my homo for niscient, "Oh! I'm so sorry so and so weren't in MissLafio Parr, of Chenault, were guests the benefit of the Hardinsburg Normal sovcral years. Those rocks and hills your column " Send your items in or of Mr. and Mrs' E. B. Gardner ono day College. that surrounded the old school house on leave them nt Nevitt & Gough'o witli last week. , Kev. W. B. Sneed closed a successful which childish joys wero cherished I Will Grinnell. The Teachers Association convened at revival near Victoria last Thursday. often rcilect back to those happy days Miss Emma English, of Stephensport, this placo last Saturday. About fifteen Thero were a number of additions to the with great pleasure A great numberof my was married last Wednesday at Louis-vill- o teachers were present nnd quito a numchurch and several converted. old associates have married and many Mr. ber of visitors. Hotel to her brother-in-lnMr. John Lewis, Henry and Mr. Mike have sweetly and triumphantly passed Frank Lacey, of Hopklnsville, Ky. Miss Misses Ada and Myra Hanks and Miss Lyddan were hero Monday to have an from earth's labors and sorrows to a realm Emma is a ncice of Mrs. J. K. Ditto and Mary Stahlmann, of Stephenspoit, wero overseer appointed over the new road of rest and younger ones aro now tho Mrs. Cal Hendricks. Sho has many tho guests of Miss Pink Rickelts Satursociety pcoplo of tho place, yet you all leading from Hayback to Irvington. friends hero who extend congratulations. day and Sunday. to me still. Tho Drane Harned caso in tho Coun- seem dear Mr, and Mrs Percy Beard; Misses Bes-si- o Dr. J. B. Alexander, of Louisville, or Mr. O. R. Conway, of Jacksonville, attracts considerable inter ty Court still and Margret Beard, of Hardinsburg, as wo all here remember him "Junius" est. It was called Monday but contin; 111., was tho guest of Miss Etta Parr, last is President of the Kentucky Fish nnd spent several days witli Mr. and Mrs. D. week. Ho lias been circulating among tied on account of some absent witnesses, of Mnj J. S. Richardson tills week. for several days and Game Club, since tho death was made from Rocky relatives and friends Somo inquiry Fry Lawrence, 'till next May when tho Misses Lena Gilliland, Maud Smitli, left last week via Ixjitchfleld, Ky., to Bun about Walter Clark. Mr. Clark is annual election takes place. Junius would Etta Alien Sewell, Mrs. Laura visit his sister, Mrs. Kato Bradley, who on his farm near here, but making his he a logical candidato of course, but he Flannery, of Wolf Creek and Mr. Jabe is very low. Mr. Charloy is a deservednrraniretnenta to move West in n short not wish the position. Brashear spent Saturday with Mr. nnd ly popular and highly cultured young does time Mrs. D. W. Lowis has been very ill. Mre. O. M. McGlothlan. gentleman. Ho was raised in Meado Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Baldwin wero here county where ho has a largo circle of An attack of apoplexy, partial paralysis. last week. Mrs. Baldwin was granted friends. Ho left hero several years ago I'm only too happy to announco her letters of Administration on tho cstato of to visit relatives in tho Western States very mucli better, but still not entirely her deceased daughter Miss Sallio Mat- - and becoming so attached to tho grand out of danger. "Clara" is a lovely warm thows. prairies and his surroundings, months hearted woman who has tho C6teem of Messrs Beard & Beeler havo closed out havo rolled by and numbered into years evory one. We pray for her ultimate retheir stock of drugs to Kincheloe, Mead "tho' years of absence have only added covery. or & Board. This throws all tho drug improvements to him. 'Tis amusing to Jr'essrs. Gaboand Fred. Mcador were business of this place into the hands of hear him rolato in his jovial way his in town last Wedncsdny and went ncross tho new firm. Mr. Gabe travels and. experiences. I heard one of tho river to enjoy Eeining. Mr. GusShellmanand wife, of Union his old sweethearts (?) remark, he was mado the biggist haul of the party. A Star, aro visiting Mrs. Georgo Miller, better looking today than ho was ten five dollar gold piece on the pebbly Mr. Shellman got his leg badly mashed years ago, I think ho should feel him beach. Good luck generally follows miso up by a threshing machine last sum- self elated by tho compliment and not fortune nnd I hope this is only the to what's to come. stay away ten years again. and is not able to bo about yet, mer Tho young folks had n gay timo last The public meeting of tho Foreign TAR FORK. week. Misses Lida Hayncs nnd Maude Missionary Society to bo held at Mrs. Herndon inaugurated a series of imMre. Mary E. O'Fallon Daniel's has beon changed from Friday Weather cold and dry. promptu entertainments in honor of or ria.ua, o., tho riir- Tho Dec. 1st to Tuesday Nov. 28th. Go to Stono's store and get bargains. slclans aro Astonished, regular monthly meeting will be held at O. W. Stone is on a strike against high Miss Florence Toomy, who left Friday ind look it her liko on accompanied by Miss Maude Herndon Mrs. M. Board's Friday Dec. 1st. prices. Miss Florenco will go to Mrs. Ben Bates who was recently to Louisvillo. Dead Mrs. Len Mattingly living a few miles Raised Salem, N. O., in a short while to enter stricken with paralysis is improving. South of hero is said to bo quite ill and C. W. Stono's storo is full of new goods school. thero is but littlo hopes of her recovery. Long and Torrlblo lllnoss Miss Annie Hay, who was nt ono timo Mrs. Mattingly is tho mother of Mrs. W. which ho is selling cheap for cash or from Blood Poisoning a resident of Meade county and who W. Vessels who was summoned in haste produce. Rico has returned from taught school here, is now and has been Mr. Owen Completely Cured by Hood's to her bedside last Saturday. Mooloyville, where he went to havo a lor fivo years Secretary, Saraaparllla, Sir. W. N. Drury, proprietor of tho Mrs. Mary E. O'Fallon, a very Intelligent and treasurer jfpr tho Southern Ware(cancer treated. "Cash Store," Bewloyville, made an Mr. C. W. Stono is doing a good buei-ncs- s house in Louisvillo will bo married Dec, lady of 1'lqua, Ohio, was poisoned whllo week. Mr. AlonzoBenuett pliyMdan at an autojfty S years ago, considering llio financial depression 12th to Mr. Arthur Dudley, a young lawof that placo is the assignee Liabilities and soon icrriblo ulcer broke out on her for ho sells very cheap. They will visit his head, arms, tonguo and throat. Her hair all yer of Louisvillo. about $J,000, principally to Louisville and no wonder, Mrs. Viola Martin, who recently visitmother in Chicago mid then take up cam out. Sho weighed but 78 lbs., and saw creditors. Assctts about $1,000. began to ed horsistert Mrs. O. W. Stono, has been their abodo permanently in tho Golden no prospect of help. At last sho oneo Imtake Hood's Barsaparilla and at Licensed to marry : James V. Norris very sick since slio returned to her homo State where wo all trust fortune as golden proved ( could soon gfteut-o- j bed and walk. to Miss Emma L.Fislier, Win. P. Coombs near Boonvillo, Ind. awaits them. Eho saysi " I became perfectly cured by to Mary Lee Clark, Win, II. Ix grand to Stone is not in it to get rich, therefore Nearly Thanksgiving nnd this month, Delia F. Ilaynes, John O. Wcedman to will glvo you closo prices, good weight so rich in evldenco of God's blessings on and am now a well woman. I weigh 198 8s., Miss Highland J toll inn, Josep'.i I). Taul ho full measure, ho wants to go to storohouso.and granary, has brought us eat well and do the work for a largo family. to Miss Minnie Bland, James D. Seuton and when ho dies, "Earth below is My caso seems a wonderful recovery and fow melancholy days. to Miss Mary Dillian Adkisson, Win. F. heaven physicians look at me In astonishment, as Wo learn that Mr. Pleasant Carlysle, a teeming, Heaven is bright above." But, almost liko no raLed from (be dead," Pool to Miss Janio Pearl. prominent cltizon of Warrick county, nevertheless, a page will 60on turn over, HOOD'S PILLS should b In Trr family they HAY. B41la eh.it. One usad, always prstttrsa. Third party will havo a full Ind., was recently shot and killed by a new chapter begin, when wo will comThat tho Nick Gentry at Boonoville, Ind. mence stories for winter's dark days, QUEENSWAftE. ticket in tho field again next year. Mr. J. T. LiUey, agent of tho Aetna Life Thero 1b n pleasant littlo assemblage of Now is your timo to purchase Queens-war- o That Mr. Elijah Board will bo n candidate for County Judgo until Not ember Insuranco Company, accompanied by us hero with a corJial, social feeling exnnd Glassware, wo have a few ' Wo aro moro depondont, remnents left, and are closing out at 1891. Dr. Knox, of Wliitesvlllo, was nt Stono's isting. cost. We will make it to your interest That you must call Bill Hook "Judgo" storo Monday, examining applicants for in tho winter season, ono upon tho other to call. Babbage's. Thero is on entlro ab for enjoyment. life policies. when ho gets homo. grand-daughtea" pre-lud- Ind.,Sundaytoseohisslster,Mr8. Mr. U. Royalty paid us a visit last Misses Lula and Nellie Ixwis attended week. the Wllltt Ashcraft marriage last Mrs. Marshal Cundiff has been quite Wednesday. STOCK A Better Assortment. AUTUMN HANGS The Lucky Horse Shoe OVER OUR DOOR 9 It means 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 counters. '''ii-- . 1, . VEST DOGWOOD RUN. Look out! you'll catch tbo mumps. Richard Hardin, left for Owensboro Y Thanksgiving Is Coining. last Wednesday. The big meeting has not had much success at Concord yet. tf--S m. Jetso Pul I i am has bought his brother Pulliam's farm. Will County Superintendent Maston was out the past week visiting tho schools. John Moremnn has resigned his ollico as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Superintendent MaBton appointed Scott Hatfield in his place. Mrs. Frank Stratton's mother is very And wo want to remind you thnt it's sick at Mrs. Stratton's. almost as cosy to placo an order with Rev. Hook, of Hardinsburg, will preach Sulz?r's for tire necessary at Concord on Saturday night before tho fourth Sunday in November. People nro gathing corn when it is dry enough. Spread as it is to walk to their store, because if you are not fully decided on . LADIES Keedlng r tonic, or children that want building what you want for the up, should take nilOWN'S HUrX,MTTKflS. IndigesIt is pleasant to tnko, curea Malaria, "fir Thanksgiving DAY tion, and lllltousncas. All dca'ers keep It. SULZKR'S can tell you in a minute, Thoy have tho materials that causo us all to say : n if It icarv'"" LET US BE THANKFUL. A Valuablo Farm for Salo. Sinfire Is tho title of our On Saturday, December oth. iSgj, the home- stead firm ol the late M.J. Mercer. con'alnlnf JJO acres, situated hi the 1'orks of Hough, in Ureckcnrldge county. Ky., will be sold ai puuuc sale on the premises to the highest bidder. one- uuiu ui me price 10 DC paid cash in hand, and the remainder to be paid in equal Installments, payable n one and two years, the purchaser be-in- ); required to execute bonds lor .aid deferred payment, with Rood and sufficient security bearing six per cent, interest from date until paid. Location of land, said tract ol land Is situated on the Leltchfield and Uarillnsburg road, nine ml es north of Leltchfield, anZ Is regarded as one of the best farms in llrcckenridge county. One hundred and sixty or seventy acres of the land are cleared and under good fence and In a high Description A first-clas- s two.story dwelling, house, coutainlng eleven rooms, Is situated on the and, and a beautiful yard with handtome shade trees. There is a never fallinir the yard or the best water. Has two good well in and barns all necessary out houses. An abundance oi stock water all ijver the farm. Persons wanting a first-clas- s farm and a beautiful home will do well to be on hand on day of tale. I'or furlhej uuurcss ywi.nuiur MBHCBII, McDnnlels, Ky. 11. stale of cultivation. it fronHrie NEW STORY. Soon to appear in these columns. D6vMKidn;rf."fc7,', & book-keepe- r, Br. J. L. Moorman, Hood's Sarsaparllfa Resident DentistkJJ Uffivo OLOVERPORT, KY, with Mr. J, T. Owen, Kim rTAll kinds of Dental work dose and satisfaction guaranteed. sf Ilrldtre. Kan I T Children liko to take "O. O. O. Certain Clilll Cure," tho pleasant and guaranteed euro for Fever, Ague and Malaria Bettor than Quinine. Prico 50 cts. pwmmNPniMiiiR; THR Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. A BALLAD BRJEIGKR3SLRIDGEX NRS, GLOYRRPORT, K.Y. NOVEMIWK 22. 16H3. OF LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. fc ' Will maUo u borrow for many ilaj a. In secret oft will lis moan and cry Ami voto tlio thing n tremendous lip, Fur It means, tlila plinvio Hint sound so fair, A world uf tmubloaml toll nnd caro Ami a wild distracting wish to bo An ay from It soon anil anywhere. I titeak nf the things n hereof I know. It means all Hltlo transparent ways To Mile away from tho common e)e Tlio fact that your brrad anil butter stays In your desk: that you bake anil boll anil fry I In a single dish. It means to try To hantr your garments, the best you wear. In a folding bed, that last despair , Of liorust souls: and, bitterest blow. It means a kltchcny parlor air. I speak of tho things whereof I know. It moans to shrink 'neath tho stern amaze Of tho lordly butcher's and baker's eje. Apologizing In meek dispraise For your modest wants. To rave or sigh Over tho pangs of the boughtcn plo. Tin to prny a strong, hcav'n reaching prayer For the mtal.a, man pronounces "square," 'And to bo once tnoro In llfo below Free from that peace destroying snare. I speak of the things whereof I know. Ye who have 'tempted this llfo to share. EKVOV. Tls n subtly xnect BQKRttl a pliracc, nut tlio elmplo eoul who Is In nil llicrchy sick hendacho and constipation, don't uso DoWltt's Littlo Early ltiscra for theso littlo pills will euro them. A. It. Fishtsr, Cloverport, nnd Witt A , Meador, Hnniiusbure. CLIFTON MILLS. should bo gathered. When nil this has been done onco nnd verified cen to the alteration of auy'mlstnkes, the young dressII. C. IfiiiMock and E. J. Ilrattchnmp maker will hnvu laid tlio foundation of a attended county court Monday. good workwoman, and unless she is willing to take tho pains it Is nit worth her while J, W. l'arrnntl wife kited reliili)08itt to Custer last week. Write each person's mriiMiiv.imMit down fc'cott Cart was in town hist weik urgIn the little book, nnd In Hint way ono can ninko a gown the m. condor third time withing the bo)B to try some of his new tux out trying on nt all. riTilpls. To Mulsh the waist the wains must bo (il is won as the lusting stitches .ru pn-If yon meet Unfits St. Chdr and he nut of thorn parts Unit joiu thu pieces uf the smiles, don't think nn thing strange. waist together, and the cdgi-- bound ur neatly metcast, notches being made in the It is a ten pound boy. center to relieve the strain and bone ais" Quite a crowd of friends nnd relatives, lugs run in when desirttl. Unites mukua waist look much smoother, but some do of the Custer neighborhood, of Mr. nnd not care to have them. When they nntjiiit Mrs. Win. Parr, visited them Sunday. In, they should have the cuds slim til oil to make them flexible nnd holes bond in the Tho latest spark from the election is center with a hot medio sn as to sew Hum that the populists have made an asign-meii- t. trong. Olive Haiipmi. Tho liabilities nro itnmenso nnd If you can nfTortl to bo annoyed by tho assets aro Col. Mercer, Dr. Ben nnd others. Not long since wo heard that Board Dont, of Indian Territory, was dead. Wo have been informed that it was all a mistake. Board is very much nlivo and yet warm. Our next door neighbors visit us nnd wo visit them but we don't think it is worth while to have it published in tho News, as wo hne seen several articles from tho editor in regard to items. Yes John, tho Millers are good men nnd pay thpir taxes and wd have somo good Democrats on this sldo of tho county w libt pay their taxes too. They say they want somo of tho pie 'nnd nro going to have it. My prediction is that Len will "yank" off a pretty good slice when tho next primary comes big-heart- rwr3.?33123I3HHR5WWIWWiWil InEPKlE THE SLAUGHTER CONTINUES Wo namo no low Between Panic Times and regular prices, in, Men's, Boys' an,d Children's Clothing has been adjusted by Julius Winter & Co., corner Tlprd and Market Streets, by putting Panic Prices on their goods. I UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. - prices in tho newspapor, but do that in our storo. HAWAII Some .t i' Pause ere jo enter the tiger's lair; Consider the truth I fain would show. For w Ith hand on heart I firmly sn car 1 spcau of tbo things whereof I knnw. -- Carlotla Perry. Information Relative to the Population, Religion and Commerce of the Sandwich Islands, JULIUS WINTER & C0,coWde MrT-.- "HOME DRESSMAKING. j rthe Jf A, FEW SIMPLE RULES FOR SECURING t A GOOD FIT. n t Most Difficult Seams or All to Unite. WFInlahlns' the WuUt and Smoothing th( Senilis Putting Itnnes In tlm Waist Tin .. , NecosItT For Carg. ICopyrlght, 1803, by American Press Hon. AkmocIh-- ' To Insure n perfect fit a lining ought U bo tried on iifrnlu before It Is busted to tht otitaiile, tho scums, being left in tho second time, and the whole should fit like wax After this process it can be basted upon tin outside with rnther long stitches To cut the outside lay oue aide of tho lin lag on the double fold and baste It nil around lljxlitlr, but firmly, and then cut il exactly tho same size an the lining, with IK inch margin to turn in the front for but tons and buttonholes, and then rip it loost to baste the lining in permanently. Tho lines of basting down tho middle al tho wiiist line are intended to draw tho lin lng a half an inch fuller there than tho out side. Where the but Is unusually full l V shaped notch in tho lining tapering well out toward the arm size will be of great benefit to tho general form, but tlio outsldl must bo pulled up and down so that it doe not show. Sometimes a V is also taker under tlio ann. Thesctbings mustbedonj on the judgment of the dressmaker. Tht diagram will show bow the fullness is to b adjusted. It Is really more "fullness" than gathers nnd is intended to cause the out side to draw u littlo right there ut tho waist line where it is so apt to wrinkle, and thui the outside remains smooth and firm. When the gathering isdone, there should be a basting down through that part di rectly in the center of each piece, nud when that is done the bastings nrouud each art set in in n sort of overhand 6titch that makes a zigzag, and this makes tho firmest basting. Tho lining should be held inside. The ImstingH being now sewed around edge and scant, tho different parts can be basted together, nnd if it is feasible tht waist can bo tried on ngnin. 'When the seams nro busted together, they should al-ays start from the top, and w hen they are done they can bo stitched up on tho ma chine, great care being taken to sow them on tho outsido of tho bastings, as they allo a slack of about two inches. After the waist is fitted tho darts are to to bo cut out, allowing from one-haof an inch seam, according to the quality of the goods. Theso scams nrc sewed, beginning from a tapering point, and then they nro laid npait nnd pressed flat, being neatly trimmed nnd bound or overcast, and bone casings are run on. Tlio front side pieces nro held n littlo full tinder the arm, and if the bust is very full a few gathers can bo set in With benefit at the top of this piece. Tho top of the under arm nnd sldo back pieces are apt to get stretched, which makes a very unpleasant and inartistio bunch that nothing can correct. To provent this run a basting thread with small stitches close to tho upper edgo wliero five x's are marked. The center back pieces must be bastid together, holding them perfectly straight nnd plain. It is a good plan to stick a few pins nt Intcnnls to keep them from slipping or stretching. Tho side back seams nro tho most difficult of all to baste, and few of tho best dressmakers even get them exact. The following ru'cs will insure success: 1. Dasto the right sldo first, starting at the top, holding back opposito tho five x's easy, but not full, being careful not to stretch tho scam at this point, as it is bias. Always hold the back next to you. 2. The back just above the waist lino should at the be held n little full on the same position. Iluforo basting the left side fasten tho seams together with pins two inches apart, holding the back toward you and comineucing to pin from tho top. Take particular care to hold tho back and side pieces at the upper marked waist line exactly as you did on tho right side; then bnstoup the seam, beginning at the bottom. ex-erlf three-quarte- rs side-buck Tho Hawnlinn gronp constats of eight islands with a total area of 6,040 equaro milts, nnd n popuIntioD, according to tho, census of 1800, of 80,000, of whom 58,714 were tunics nnd 31,27(1 females. The excess of b rthn oyer deaths in tho two yenrs 1S90 91 was but 201. Of this population 34,430 woro natives, 0,180 half castes, 7,405 natives of foreign parents, 15,301 Chinese, 12,300 Japanese", 8,002 Portugese, 1,028 Auiericuns, 1,314 British, 1,034 Germane, 227 Norwegian?, 70 French. 683 Polynesians nnd 119 other foreigners. Jl century ngoftho population was nt 200,000, which is doubtless nn etrn.vngnnt estimate; but that tho native population lias rapidly decreased nnd is still decreasing is shown by the fact that since tho census of 1884 it has decreased 5,578. The foreign clement, however, is rapidly increasing. Most of tho immigrants arc Chinese nnd Jnpanese. All forms of religion nro allowed nnd protected. There is nn Anglican church, with n Bishop nt the. capital, nnd also n Roman Catholic Bishop nnd ministers of various denominations.! Tho latest rhurch stntistics show 20,085 Protestants, 20,082 Houinn Catholics, 72 Jews, 3,570 Mormons nnd 30,821 undesignated. Schools nrc established on nil tho islands, tho appropriations for their supbeing $210,000. port for the years 1892-0Last year there were l&S schools, with 302 teachers nnd 10,712 pupils. Of the pupils, 5,353 wero native Ilnwaiinns, 1,800 half castes and 2,253 Portuguese. The estimated revenues of the government for tho two yenrs 1800-9wero $4, 40S,0'13, nnd the estimated expenditures, for the same period $4,095,801. Tho revenue is largely derived from customs and internnl taxes Tho bonded debt is ', 314,000 nnd there is duo depositors iu tho postal saviugs bnnks $903,102. Tlio staple productions are suga. and, rice, but codec, hides, bananas and wool nro also produced nnd exported. In 1791, tho imports wero $7,439,000 and tho native exports w ero S10,259,0'0. The chief exports in 1891 ere: Sugar, 274,083,580 pounds; rice, 4,000,430 pounds: bananas, 110,000 bunches; wool, 97,119 pounds. Tho imports nro inninly groceries nnd provisions, clothing, grain, timber, machinery, hardware nnd cotton goods. Ninety-on- e per cint of trudo is with this country. miles of railTlicru nro some fifty-si- x way and 250 miles of telegraph lines, nnd it is said that nearly every family in Honolulu has its telephone. That city is also lighted by electricity nnd has street railways. This will give tho reader an iden of tho character of tho territory the government of hich Mr. Clove-lan- d feels hitnsalf called upon to interfere with and to change at his pleasure. Cincinnati Tribune. estl-tnnt4 2 $-- One word describes It "perfection.1 Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo, cures obstinnto sores, burns, skin diseases and is a well known euro for piles. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. STEPHENSPORT. Dr. L Goldstein, of Henderson, spent several days hero last week. Itov. Hartford is holding a series of meetings at the M. E church here. Several from here attended tho Teacher's Association at Union Star Saturday. Miss Paulina Goldstien, of Henderson, spent Sunday night with Mrs. It. A. Smith. Ono of our young men "Wndes" tho river a great ileal now nnd wo do not like it much. Miss Kiln Smith, of Hardinsburg, Miss Leigh Isaacs, of Louisville are guesta at Smith's hotel. Mrs. Joseph Adkisson, of Lodiburg, and three children aro Siting Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Adkisson. Mr. Frank Lucy, of Ilopklnsvllle, and Miss Emma English, of Roberta' Bottom were married at tho Louisville Hotel lost Thursday. The briOo was attired in a bluo cloth trnvoling' costume. TJio groom in the usual b)5ki Tlio wishes them a long and happy life. Told at tf) "Np sooner wus Mum' Clnb. I V V V V 7B . M M ' M 'I ! I it . II l Jjde front.- VIA - ZVV- - V k t 'A i i 41 ft it 02352 i DacK. dide lacU HOW TO CUT THE OUTSIDK. The under arm seam comes next. Commence at the top and, holding the back toward you, at the upper waist line hold full on the front, the waist lines meeting. Baste the shoulder seams, holding the back to you and casing the back scam where the five x's are. When the warns are pressed, all the fullness will disappear. The annholes should be stretched a littlo around the front, which will prevent wrinkles, but the host dressmakers make it crescent pad of silk or muslin filled with cotton, which fills out the hollow placo under the arm. The row of x's around the front of the armliolu shows w heru It should be stretched, nnd the rcor.d.iow rl.r.tvs where, the, sleeve than thu barber commented on the weather and directed a current of discourse into my ears. " 'Jo no compreiid pas,' said I, with an inward chucklo, thinking his volu; bllity would bo checked. "In very good French ha started in afresh. I looked at him as if bewildered and then Interrupted him by askings " Was sagon Bier "He began to repeat in German all that ho had been saying, when 1 shut r him off with! " 'Oh, talk to me with your fingers. I'm deaf and duinbP "Truth. stated in the chair CniuillmllitJi In SMetinllcn. Tho Vladivostock, n newspaper published in eastern Siberia, reveals a terrible stato of affairs among the convicts on tho island of Saghnlien. It would appear that tho convicts thero havo been treated by some of tho subordinate prison authorities so harshly that tho governor of tho island hns been obliged to interoff. protection. "Well John, thero is ono thing "sarten" fere for their Awarder named Khanoff nnd somo if you don't. send somo of thoso Clover-po- rt of his assistants, who at wero fellows np hero to put up dry goods convicts themselves and had been raised wo wilt have to pay you a visit. Old to tho rauk of jailers, have been removed Crimp is right on us and no coat to cover from their posts. Khanoff's treatment our back. Send on your man to put up of tho prisoners wns so abominablo that tho goods and wo will bo your aunt Pete a number of them crippled themselves, cutting off fingers nnd toes, in order to all next summer. bo treated ns invalids and to bo freed fled DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. from his terrible cruelties. Others to tho impenetrable forest, where they Salve cures burns. DoWitt's Witch Hazel suffered nil tho horrors of hunger. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo curessores. In a satchel belonging to a fngitivo DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures ulcert. convict who had been hunted down A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & wero found some pieces of human flesh. Investigation revealed that this man had Meador, Hanlinsburc. been one of a party of four, nnd that only ono of them now remained. Tho GENESIS OF THE STEAMBOAT. others had been killed and devoured by AnolDt Craft Tlmt Forenlmiluwrd tlio their comrndes. Similar cases of canniMoilurn rjrc.vlimimls of thu Sea. balism aro, according to tho Siberian The first steamboat was built by Denjournal, not infrequent. nis Pnpin, who navigated it snfely down y In froirn RumIr. tho Ftilda ns long ngo ns 1707. In Russia, wliero tho cold is very inthis pioueer craft wns destroyed tense, tho mnrket8 nro very curious by jealous sailors, nnd oven tho vcrjr things. Tho meat is frozen; tho carcases memory of it was lost for of dead animals, as sheep nnd pigs, stnnd of a century. In 1775 Perrier, another Frenchman, built nn experimental stcairi upright outsido tho stalls; everything, vessel nt Paris. Eight years later, iri even game tvtid poultry, requires to bo thawed beforo it can bo cooked, and the 1783, JoufTroy took up tho Idea that had been evolved by Papm nnd Perrier and market people's dress is as picturesquo built a steamer, which did good service as it is warm and comfortable. Then the rivers nro frozen over all tho for somo tiino on tho Saone. The first American to attempt to ap- winter long, nnd so thick is tho ico that ply steam to navigation was John Fitch, every ono can skate, any whero nnd nny n Connecticut mechanic, who mado his time. Stalls nro put up on tho ice nnd initial experiments in tho year 1785. To busy markets held thero. In tho Asiatic part of Russia tho peowhat extent Fitch wns indebted to the three illustrious French inventors named ple- livo chiefly by hunting and fishing, abovo we aro not informed, but that Ills' and tho fur of the Russian animals is models t wfcre original there is not the" very beautiful tho ermine, fox, sable, In tho first ho em- sea otter and others. least doubt. At the end of tho winter, when tho ployed a lnrge pipe kettle for generating the steam, tho motive power being sidq snow melts, tho huntsman pursues tho poddies worked after tho fashion of oara elk, wearing long shoes, in which ho on a common rowboat. In tho sccondf can glido over the snow very quickly, Fitch craft tho same inodo of propulsion while tho poor elk sinks into tho snow was adopted with the exception that the deopor nnd deeper every stop nnd is nt paddles wero made to imitato a revolv- last overtaken nnd killed. Good Words. ing wheel and wero fixed to tho stern A Cubinim'. l(eveni;e. r. clearly foreshadowing tho present A good story is told of a stipendiary in This last mentioned boat was tho first magistrato on a Yorkshire town, not side of leniency, who err American steam vessol that can bo pro- given to fined tho a cabman for fast driving. nounced a success. It mado its first trip heavily deafter to Burlington in July, 1788. But, after A few daj'B longer tho magistrato, than usual in tho tained rather all, it was not until after tho opening of court, was hurrying along to catch his tho prespnt century that steam navigawhen, seeing an empty cab handy, tion started into actual lifo. In 1807 train directed him every school child ho hailed tho driver and telling him to Robert Fulton (who proceed to tho station, that knows was an American), in conjunction pressed for time. Tho driver, with ono Robert R. Livingston, built tho ho was heedless of the hint, kopt to however, a Clormont, and established a regular gentle tiot. "1 Bay, I say, my man," packet service bctweon Now York and exclaimed tho fare, with his head out of Albany. "drivo faster than thisl" Tho success of this undertaking was so tho window, bo done, sir," replied tho driver. satisfactory tliftt four now boats were "It can't if wo drives fastor "Ye see, wp're had built beforo tho end of 1811, at least two up afore the 'beak,' nnd wo gets fined, Bervicoin othof them being designed for so wo hns to bo careful." Ho did not er rivers. St. Louis Ropnblio. alter his pace, and neither did tho "beak" catch his train. London The Muu In the Iron Maik. A letter to Louyois by Louis XIV, Women Uiurori. written in'cipher, has been long in tho Women are, as wo know, invading archives of thu ministry of war and has it is inat length been deciphered. In it the most trades and professions, but and not General teresting, says tho London Lady, klngordert Lbuvoia to arrest they havo to learn de Burlondo for having raised the sicgo a littlo startling doubtful that of usury. ono oven taken to the of Conti without permission", to send hardly credit," said a well him to Pignerol and to conceal his "You would velvot known solicitor recently, "what a hugo features under a loup, or black money lenders thoro mask, Tho order wus executed, nnd tho number of women presumption is thercioio violent that tho aro about." Many of them havo small obliging femi"Man Iri tho Iron Mask" it wns a black private connections only, nine frieuds or acquaintances pressed for oiio with irori springs was Genvelvet somo dressmaker's or mileral do Burlondo. The story tallies with tho amount of tomporary loans at interliner's bill with the known fact that tho prisoner mado est. But there are others who go in for repouted nttempts to communicato his unmp to soldiers; that ho was treated it extensively advertise, and, in fact, with respect by his military jailors, and inuko quite a handsomo incomo out of it. that Louis XV, who know the truth of lite Nurie'i IlutlneM. tho whole nffalr, declared it to bo a matTho Caller Do tho children mind you ter bf lib Importance. Tho difficulty is to discover tho king's motivo for such a when tho mothr is out? Tho NurM i don't reqnlro any mindprecaution, but ho may have feared discontent among his great officers or the ing, ma'am. I was not hired for them soldiery. It must, however, bo possible to mind mo, but for mo to mind them. to discover from the lists in tho war Now Yoik Press. offico whether General do Burlondo was Improving the Ilreed. recorded as "missing" or "dead" about "Why do you cut up bucIi antics when tho right tiino. Saturday Reviow. you feed your turkoys, Mr. Farmer?" "Oh, I'm trying to make gamo of Tricks In All Trades. Tho young doctor was sitting in his them." Washington Star. consultation room chatting with a friend when somo one entered tho outer office. Ho stepped out, and tho friend heard NoTVfr. him say; "Pray take a seat. I'll bo at liberty Do m wear them? When next In need try a pair, in a few minutes.'' Heat in ine worm. Then ho camo back into tho consulta45.00 MOD tion room and closed tho door after him. U00 h I,u ....,, J rm. 50 "I'll skip." said the friend. 4?nft 3.50 KtfUiLlLak.WV rwt LADIES' "Not for tho world. Sit down," said the doctor. 2.50 42.00 "But you havo a patient waiting." 41.73- ' 2.25 "Well, it's a woman. Let hor wait rOR B6YS ' about 10 minutes." 2.00 41.75 "You tnay Jose hor busines?," QntftPTJWPaMyAi contrary, I'll get it regular "On tho SES always mako them wait." "Why?" "To give the impression of a rush of Ifviuiuint ln DRESS SHOE, mida InUtetttetl business. It Is tho. only way to keep a dea't pay $0 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or womun.' If she thought I wasn't rushed $ J Shoe. They 8t equal to cmtam mad and look tnd to death, she'd lose confidence in mo and wear at well. If you with to economhe In your footwear, do to by purchasing W. L. Dougtat Show. Name and go somewhere else." Chicago Record. prlca tUmped on the bottom, look for It When yon buy, W. Xm DOUGLAS, Brockton, Kaon. Soli by Job Printing of every discrlptlon yorjtalo by V, II, Howuicr A; Noh, Clererpert,Kr finished in the highest style. ono-tiino Unfor-tunntelthree-quartestern-wheeleTit-Bit- s. We will for the next thirty daj s sell s you Apple trees for the cash at first-clas- Notice "i i ! Eeoiio my i- -pv E3IE3 Dry Qoods Ho Will give you a surprise party in Como in nnd see us while in town. Trees good. Itisjustin order to of: clear a piece 6c sach. BARGAINS In Shoes and Clothing wo will give you a regular picnic. Just received ono lot of Shoes that must go from f 1.00 to $1.75, genuine Calf, Lnco or Congress. Wo mean business, wo aro not here to got down and wait forsomo ono to give us great big prices. Wo aro hero to sell and wo are ' ' ' doing it. Wo handle tho best of goods and defy competition. Though somo of our brother merchants say we don't, and wo don't deny the fact that wo handle somo Auction goods, nud tho pricea will convince you that thoy are well bought and worth the inonoy. Now nn oxtra heavy Canton Flannel Drawer 10c worth GOc An extra heavy Drill Drawer at 85o. ground. 25c per 100 to be added when trees are shipped. W. R. Polk & Bra., TOBINSPORT, IND. BABBAGE'S BABBAGK'S Youths' Hat nt 20c. Meu's Hats at 35c. Ovorconte from .$2.00 to S15.00. Overcoats from 75c. to $3.50. Youth's Overcoats from .$3.00 to 86.50. Good Ginghams at GJc. Boys' Men's Men's Boys' Tho best Women's shoo on earth 81.50 call for them. Men's Brogans from $1.00 to $1.75. Men's Fino shoes from $1.00 to 83.75. Hut at 15c. Caps at 20c. s. t It K, r BABBAGE'S Ladies' Cloaks must go botween now and Christmas, in fact every! thing in the Houso if prices aro any inducement. BABBAGE'S BARGAIN COLUMN. . Bring us your produce, butter, eggs, hides, meat, lard, Sorghjim molasses. Rags and feathers taken at tho highest mirkct prices. '1 SQrComc and see us whether you wish to buy or not. Yours Truly, ft Underwear nt Bnbbago's. Babbage's for underwear. . HARDINSBURG,KY. Have you bought your UnderIf. not, don't fail to see wear. sam'l iuy. robert p. hark. Babbage's line. Red Ties nro tho latest. A good ; selection can bo found nt Bnbbago's with Fine Candies at Bnbbago's. -:- -:- Wo will lot you wear our shirts j mako if you will como in early and I inyour selcbtions and pay us tho CO., significant prices wo ask for them. Eighth and Main Streets, fcY. Prices won't Btand in tho way if from 803 to 811- you want ono of our shirts. Your undorwear is entirely too With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storngo Four Months' Froo. gauzy for these chilly mornings. "' '' CORN. Belter como in and got something HAHKET IiEl'Iffi Choice white ,...., 4J woolly and feel more comfortable. 48 Correctly weekly by t'umphrey .V I.au(cr, l'ro. Chbioe shelled , CATTLE. We'll make tho prices comfortable duce Cnminlulon Merchant!, lib Second ht., Iict. flood to extra shipping 4 00 4 25 Main and Market, I.oulsvllle, Ky, 3 60 t '3 76 too. LOUISVILLE. KY.. Nov. 14 lb3. Light shipping Best Butchers,.. 1 40 3 65 Shlpperi thouiil mark all packages plainly, Medium b good butchers Neckwear stylish and pretty 3 26 3 00 with ihlpper'i name and adJreii. HOOS. worth CO cents nt 25 cents. BUTTER Choice packing and butchers 5 30 5 45 1A 18 Men's fancy all wool underwear, Choice, country , goon 0 15 iu o 05 11 rair io Medium Rough.'.'. 60 fio 6 75 Common -- ., 13 Somefine Royal ribbed goods. Shoati and pigs 100 lbs and under.3 00 fa) 3 25 Creamery 30 SHEEP, i t ii thing that will keep you warm tins EOOS. flood to extra shipping 2 76 3 26 20 Prices on theso goods Freab winter. 1 60 Fair to good 2 50 t. BEANS. , KAYH MATTINGLY & UOBtyj. Crescent Tobacco Warehouse, RAY & Proprietors. LOUISVILLE, ,f poit-offlo- e A i . right. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE .! s and mako your tho sizes aro intact and while Wo tho aBsortmont complete. to our fall and winter underwear. Horo'B a cincher: A fino Natural Gray Men's Underwear, and tho price and tho vnluo is honestly 85. Now if you aro open bargain, como to a big bona-fid- o around on Saturday and tako thorn at 83.75. Don't answer that letter on shabby noto papor, come to us and get something now and nobby in this lino. When you aro engaged thon comos tho wedding stationery. Wo show a choice and olegant assortment of theso goods. A'li thoso World's Fair visitors wear sliirts bought of Babbago. Como in eolcc-tion- ro-f- er all-wo- ol , Vr LAMBS. 1 75 to 1 85 Michigan, hand picked 4 50 4 76 1 SO to 1 85: flood to extra spring.. .ndlaua Navy Fair to good 2 60' 4 00 1 00 to 1 20 Old or Common and colored 'Hi- DRIED APPLES AND PEAOHES. ' 6 to Applet, choice bright quarters. to Apples, average CLOVERPORT RETAIL MARKET, Apples, old 1 iav"T.i' i , . 4 CORBICTin to 5 Peaches, new WIIKU. Peaches, old Apples, per pock ;20 e. M FEATHERS. Butter, per pound 50 c. ... 38 Prime, white goose.. Cheese, per pound 1620 c. . ......'.. , .., Mixed ..i...... ... 25 35 Cabbagerper head 15 20 Old Chickens, each 2025"'o. .... 25 No. 1. duok , 4660i'i). Corn, per bushel HIDES. , Ducks, each 20&o30io. i , ..... 3 Green, (rood 3tf Eggs, per doien.., MlJJic 0 5 Dry Salt, good New potatoes, per peck. ... Dry Hint, good Onions, per peck..,.. ... ?20";c. , 20 80 Sheep skins, Spring ohlckens, each ...1220c. POULTRY. Wheat, per bushel .'.. . Hens per lb Roasting ears, per doien K)10 .0. i .. 12H Roo ten per lb Tomatoes, per dos 5 e. Spring Chickens, per lb........... Sweet Potatoes per peck,,,,.. Young Duoks per lb .'. Beans ....,... Dried 4 00 4 50 Oeese, full featberd Dried Peaches t 4''o. 7 Turkeys , Dried Applet I 5 kO. KUUl'H, Green Apple, per bushel.., 76, o. 2 IS 2 30 aintcnff, Ky. and Indiana Tur&lps per bushel 36 io.. IS k Yellow il ii t 510'c. 5K6 i'65o. x 78 T8 1 1 Root UAME. Rabbit; Ffiulrreli Quail WOOL. 1 1 20 75 to) 50 t 40 00 .i ,, 2 75 25 28 Tub.washed Urease, fine Orease, coarse...., , Merino llorry'and Onti Tallow ,.t ,..., , BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S A trial will convince tho most koptlcal that " C. C. C. Certain Cough Curo" In tho grcatcit remedy extant ftor tho cHro 9 it, of ImGHph &.c, Colds, Croup, Coughs, . 30 (j) 35 Sorghum Molasses......... HAY, QRAIN, FEED. We quote price! today on Louisville city ' wharf) OATS. 38 32 No, 2 oats HAY. 10 80 CS) 13 00 Strictly choice 11 00 12 00 Choice No. 2 11 00 (lood Medium ,...10 00 4 To Q J 50 flood Bright Straw.. ,.....) jietwax,..,...i,,u..i....i. " 16 17 12 ho 14 14 12 5 10 S ' MISCELLANEOUS. ,,,,. t (yl Vi V tPTirf eVjito" (s) r" fc THK BRRGKRNRIDGK NRWS, GLOYERPORT, mwy r rnk&k m. vwa, r jp--r K.Y. W' F&rirmM f f 4 ; a 11 v errmaHTc. i. ! CO. T D. APfklTON WITH THIM. AftftANftlMIMT - FUUHt J 1 , w CHAPTER XV. t Mosquito Ja null n i $ m & i! ' ,'y I wife?" Sho looked up at him shyly through tho tours of u moment before. . "Who is thot?" she said. "Cynthia Dallas!" THE END. " J L i , L 'l.iltlo Early It was a joyful roturn to tho Ignorance of tho meits of DoWitt's Itinera is' n misfortune. Theso Httlo pills regulate tho liver, euro headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, constipation and billiousncps. A. It. Fisher, Clovorport, and Vitt& Nhudor, llardins-burAN INCIDENT nd OF GETT3BURG. READ OUR TEStlMONIALS "1 HILL'S -- lil Mull fllMIUSTI-TA BEUlTlf RCD WKanU Invite . tlin CUKE most nCltlCrnDCtf curclul lnvestlKfttlon us to our responsibil- MinlLKi JUL ity ana tho merits of our Tablets. .niicompiptciyaesiroyinouislrororTOnACCOlnfrom ....., ,.,uc, ,iun.vin,.y,Hi.umu U"KlfU III lb fit f III KJI Double Chloride of finlil Tafilets Uf I'UII tU WllUUUl IUO KllOWl 3toBdnys. Perfectly linrm - g. 1 valloy ranch.. Difficult Indeed would 4 it bo'to exaggerate tho enthusiastic wel- come of, tho impulsive Katoj the over-- 1 joyed though restrained greeting of tho moro conservative Edith, for in tho brief interval of his absenco Miss Stafford had ,. passed eomo very lonely hours and had ' found tiino to realizo how much tho prcsonco of Bruco had grown to bo to her. If sho had reflected with bitterness upon tho clmngo of his attitudo toward her, if sho had found tho contrast between Miss Dallas and herself so overwhelming that sho almost pitied Bruco for tho blindness of Ids own vision, there was nothing strango or unfeminino in all , Its Pleasant Sequel in Washington Eleven Years Later. IKOy, NOT BO DCCGIVCD Into pnreliastng at Gettysburg. Tho Mi. j v. ...u .... ...us kimb urn TitK Onto OnEHicAL Co.: offered for- siiln. uunkiuiiin tTTT.TJci Ak .tnr I. .... imnic Dear Sin: 1 havo been tislnir your division commanded by Major M (VW .1 ana uiko no inner. MP curn lor ioddcco nnuu, una louna it wouiu xjixjjjcixti only by Gen. John U. Gordon, of Georgia, wns do what you claim for it. I used ten cunts Manufactured north of tho strongest chcwlnir tobntcoadav. among the first to attack. Its objective nnrt frnm ntin In fit, iltrfirn! nr 1 ivtmlit munkn 4 TIIK tobacco. IIuvo chewed from ten to lorty pities of rears, point was the left of the Second Corps of und twonuckuccs nnd smoked for twentv-flvOHIO CHEMICAL CO,, the Union army, Tho daring commandof your Tablets cured mo so I hsvo no desire for it. U. M. JAY1.0ICD, Leslie, MIcll. er of that corps occupied a position so this.' 51. 63 &6B Opera Block, Donns FEnnT. N. Y. Indeed, considering thp tender regard far advanced beyond tho main lineof the Omo Cnp.MicAL Co.! Oentlfmkw : Some tlmo niro I sent Tns " tho LIMA, OHIO. for S1.00 worth of vottr Tablets for Tobacco Habit. 1 received lady entertained for tho ranchman, Federal army that, while it invited at them nil risht and. nlthouDh I n as both n heavy smoker and chowcr. U was quito natural that sho should bo they did tho work lit less thun threo days. I am cured. rAUTICULAIlS tack, it placed him beyond tho reach of sho was" tho ono person convinced that Truly yours, AIATIIEW JOHNSON, P.O.Box 43. KIOKEItS FROM KICKEItVILLE. ready support whon the crisis of battle PlTTSnurto.il. PA. FREE. 'in,thoiwido world to inako hiin happy. lieynW'tne three hardy sons ThYse aft "neither Albinos nor museum freaks. TrrROnioCnEuiCAL Co.: Gentlemen: It plrca mo pleasure to speak a camo to him in tho rush of chargingllnes Quito as natural was it that sho should of Neighbor Smith, who heloiiff to the Eureka Footfall Ueveii. Their sisters in Word Of nralso for voilr Tablets. My son was strongly nuuicicu to t no uso or liquor, and lunjuci it filcnd, I wuh led to try your aiiuiulp. jiu wns n heavy and horrified at the change in their personal appearance. 1st. Nicholas. Bee nothing but misery for him in inmire extended than his own. Tho Conconstant drinker, but after using your Tablets but threo days hanultdrinklng, dulging this unexplalnablo regard for federate advance vas steady, and it was nnd will not touch Manor of anv kind' I havo wnlted four month beforo writing you, in order to know the euro was permanent, Miss Dallas, that sho should believo truiy, lours MliS. HELEN MOKIUSON. beneath her feet; tho horizon whirled bravely met by tho Unions troops, who Bruco to bo tho victim of some species of CINCINNATI. OnlO. not request it. But was Miss Cynthia at around her. She feltin one brief instant for tho first time found themselves enenchantment, and that tho prestige of her The Onto Chemical Co: Gentlemen: Your Tablets havo performed a miracle in my caso, as if the sunlight gaged in battle on tho soil of tho North, havft used niornhlne. hviiodermlnnltv. fnrnnvnn von, nm havo been cured by tho uso of own ibirthi and position should inspiro home? Mr. Jerrold stared again .and earth, ,thq vivid hluo had gone from the two packagos of your Tablets, ana without any effort on my part. W. L. LOTEQAY. from tho sky, and which until then had been virgin to the her j with ilittlo but aversion) and con-- J reckoned sho was. Miss Stafford thanked the next she was lyiwr prone upon tho war. It Was ''a far cry" from Richmond Address till Orders to him and dashed away in tho. direction tempt for her rival. RESPONSIBLE Actuated by theso feelings, tho fair indicated, leaving thi) cowman gazing mosses at her feet, weighed down bv tie to Gettysburg, yet Lee was in their front IACTNTS WANTED Edith during tho first hours of his ro- solemnly after her. But as sho rode gray, despairing monotone that sccmod nnd they seemed resolved to wolco'me 01, 03 and BO Oporn Block. LIMA, OHIO, (In writing plesso mention Ihls paper ) turn laid osido tho piquo that sho had Edith reflected upoi: his gloomy bearing suddenly to possess all things, Sho their Southern "visitors "with bloody nnd was not witbout feeling that sho shown of lato and displayed an arch and pressed her hands over her eyes, burying hands to hospiuiblo graves." But tho playful manner that Bruco had onco Was acting very gonTouidy toward him her faco deep down in tho soft lichens Federal flanks rested in air, and, being in tho utterly hc'.nSh pvrpos.t Uio had in found irresistiblo. It was tho old Edith, as if to shut out of sight tho dreadful turned, its hno was badly broken and, him bomo to whero ho could receive whoso nameless graco and charm hod mind. Cynthia was in be' Lnwr. whither of reality which suddenly confronted her. despite its bravely resolute defence surgical onco well' nigh betrayed him into a decattendance. . Then a quick tremor shook her, and sho WE LEAD THEM ALL IN laration. Forajtimo he appeared like lato sho had been innci given to repair- was crying an if her heart would brcah against tho well ordered attack of the Through her devoted ministrations ho ing. Sho was lying Jr. her hammock, ono fascinated by a memory of tho past, Confederate veterans it was forced to fall wus enabled to resume his command of And so ho wus really engaged to Miss aud Edith was about to congratulate her- swinging listlessly to and fro, her half Staffoid. Thut was tho end then. This back. tho ''Excelisior Brigade," and add to tho self upon tho roturn of her influcnco closed eyes dreamily regarding tho ever man whom sho hud ho trusted and beGordon's division was in motion at a splendid reputation It had achieved unsho beheld him saddlo swaying curtain of green abovo her lieved had been playing a when ono morning doublo part doublo quick to selzo and hold the van- der Gen. Sickles, its first commander. his horso and rido away without taking head. Sho was happy happier than sho had with her mid hnd called her out of the tage ground in his front, from which the Now Haven Kvenlng Register. leavo of her as of old. It was three days ignorant content of her early life, only r beforo ho again appeared at tho Mesquito ever felt or known beforo. Ho was safe. to crush her with tho now joy ho hud opposing lino had retreated, when he Ho had returned. Sho was content. valley ranch. For a lamo back or for a pain In tho awakened. Oh, tho pity of it! And she saw directly In his path tho apparently Miss Stafford needed no prompting as And yet in tho restful quiet of tho Httlo dead body of a Union officer. He check- side or chest, try saturating a pieco of Our stock is immense. Ladies you will miss it if you don't wood Cynthia could not but feel n pang had shown she loved him so! Overcome to tho naturo of his journey. Tho direcsco our great display in of pity for tho man who had just left by tho bitterness of this reflection, she ed his horso, and then observed, from flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm tion in which his horso had been headed sank down again palo and tho motion of tho oyes and lips, that the and binding it onto tho affected parts. settled tjiat. But sho was grieved and her with no hopo in his eyes, to whoso wretched, twiningand lay there her fingers listlessly officer was still living. Heat unco dis- This treatment will euro any ordinary o-ooid- s indignant. Without stopping to trace generous conduct much of tho present in tho soft mosses, her eyes fixed on va- mounted, nnd seeing that tho head of his caso in one or two days. Pain Balm also steps by which sho arrived at this joy sho felt was due. tho Thero was tho sound of a footstep cancy and oblivious of all elso save this wounded foeman was lying in a depress- cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottle for salo See our special tale In conclusion, bIio felt herself terribly outDOMESTICS. raged and wronged. Sho was vindictivo without, and tho girl sprang to her feet ono mortifying, agonizing fact. A 810.00 OVERCOATS, Beats All. Tho moments went slowly by. The ion yin the ground, placed under it a by A. It. Fisher, Cloverport and Witt. S c. Ginghams in consequence. Howbeit, sho resolved with n sudden flush. Sho put bath hands near-bknap sack. While raising him Meador, Hardinsburg. Jlen'a Suits $8.18 $10.00 , Glngliiitn, Lest 7Jc. Jlcn'a Suits $7.00 worth, to mako ono moro determined effort tc to her head as if to effaco any disorder shadows shifted on the pine fti own floor. at the shoulders for that purpose ho saw worth 11 00 & of her tresses duo to her previous atti- High overhead a squirrel that had c. Drown Cuttod, full yard wldo regain her ascendency. Sho would if The Spur and Not the Brake. Ono Lot Doe Skin Jeans Pants fir... 1.24 tude. A broad shaft of sunlight slipping marked her grief dropped n cone down that tho blood was trickling from a bulpossiblo remove Bruco from tho influcnco Ono Lot Men's odd Coats Less BLANKETS. The Hon. Thomas Brackett Reed upon her us if in protest. A motionless let hole in tho back, and then know that of this rural" siren who was fast teach- through tho branches overhead steeped than Cost. Double Wi to 124. Prices range Irom 98c red lizard, that at first teemed to sym- tho officer had been shot through the blocked tho corridors of tho Fifth Aveing him to forgot tho requirements of his in glowing warmth her picturesque faco Youth Suits for $.1.50 worth 6.00 to $0 00. pathize with her, leetnd at her from nn breast. He then gave him n drink from nue Hotel on Wednesday night, and and figure. rank of life. If in tho interval Cynthia, We have the latest Novelties In Comforts 8So to $2.00. A moment of expectation, and Miss adjacent stono nnd was glowing visibly a flash of brandy and water, and tos he beamed these joyful sentencis at the finding herself abandoned, should decide Homo Spun, Doublo Ureaste'd hysterical. And then this irony of nat6 porters : to crown tho hopes of ono so suitablo as Stafford, cool, erect nnd fastidious, holdCLOTHING. turo was dispelled by a footstep that revived said, bending over him ; Children Suits B8o to 5.00 "It l certainly wonderful victory, and so un tho gloomy Mr. Jerrold, Miss Stafford ing her immaculato skirts in tho gloved "I am very sorry to see you in this 9 So to $5.00 Boys Overcoats...., Ono Lot .Men's Suits Melton Double renew her childish belief that "all fingers of her right hand, stepped within. canio quickly into tho bower. The condition. I am Gen, Gordon. Please usual that It may be safely regarded as a full would $3.48 to $18.00 Men's Overcoa's Breasted for $10.00 worth 16.00 popular expression which will do the country As sho did so sho toyed carelessly with squirrel flashed suddenly around a limb, marriages wcro in ado in heaven." In this strait sho appealed to Kerno-cha- n tho riding whip held in her left and nnd tho lizard lustled off into tho thick- tell mo who vou aro. I wish to aid much good. It will affect even the secret sesCome a jumping, Hop in a pair of our $1.24 BOOTS. sions of the Committee on Ways and Mean'. to fulfill a promise, given long be- gazed curiously about her. Their oyes et. Cynthia raided her eyes. Henry you all I can." EXCELLS ALL. Our great special Shoo and Boot salo will continuo Tho answer camo in feeblo tones; The voice Is loud enough to penetrate where foro, to tako them on a fortnight's trip met. Miss Stafford bent her head coldly Bruco was standing over her, regarding until January 1st, at theso unreasonable low prices. DON'T MISS IT. they aie." and permitted Cynthia tho slightest in- her with n curious, questioning glance. "Thank you, General. I am Brig-Geio Austin, tho capital of tho state. Sho As a full popular expression tho great Sho gavo him no word or sign of recogreminded him that her visit was draw- clination of her arched eyebrows. Tho Barlow, of New York. You can do nothTHE LEADING CASH BARGAIN STORE. ing to a closo, and that tho timo was recognition of Miss Dallas was equally nition. Tho ono llrief glanco with which ing moro for me, I am dying." Then, but sporadic Republican successes of last sho swept his face had in it tho scorn Tdesday aro equal to thoso genuine and short in which to keep his word. Her cordial. n An embarrassing pauso followed theso and contempt of tho injured woman. after pause, ho said; "Yes, you can; sun pi o natural quorums which Mr. Reed indulgent host readily acquiesced. civilities. Edith wus tho first to break it. Sho sprang to her feet, dashing away ray wife is at tho headquarters of Gen. used to get by counting tho hat pegs in When this trip had been decided upon, "I suppose you aro surprised to scomo from her with a pastionato gesturo the Meado. If you survive the battle please the cloak rooms of the House. Thoso Phil Kcrnoclmn projK)sed that tho four BRANDENBURG, KY Band ho had extended to hor aid. Turn- let her know that I died doing my duty." should rido over to San Marcus on horse- here," bIio began, with moro embarrasssuccefses show that Republican and pro- & Gen. Gordon replied: "Your message tectionist Iowa nnd back, it being necessary that ho and his ment of manner than sho had deemed ing her back upon him, sho sought tho Ohio nnd .Massachupartner should arrango somo business possiblo. Sho glanced down at tho whip farthest corner of tho bower. if I live, Blmll surely bo given to your setts aro more Republican, and conseBruco was astounded at this reception. : Kfi finmatters beforo their departure. Tho sho held lightly between her gloved 111 S 0m MBLVaiilTCfsH Ho took a step or two toward her und wife. Can I do nothing moro for you?" quently more bitterly protectionist than ILTssnWfc Tji.s f iissi t Vt.wfT r"nm iifTTi gers. Cynthia remained quiet. proposal was received with favor. frmwiiM Altera brief pause Gen. Barlow re- ever. "What Is that to tho Democrats? rwrFflUriMiriei.tToriltiirhljrb culture la thA.Scfa.MilB f Slutln, Art, .Uernturfi. Net attempted to rako her hands in his. Sho Ufh.i.... "Tho fact is, Miss Dallas," Edith reami AIntlrrn I,nnnurr. Teirhw Beforo sotting out Miss Stafford reUo1,f'i,'- -. " School, tndConKnit","; l!uIMI..jf sponded: "May God bless you. Only What do they J.rATl JIKAlIIiriJI, 'and w paired to her room, whero sho arrayed commenced, tho hesitation of her man- whipped them indignantly behind her care for tho verdict of ReAdJrr.. 3r, "X, I'rr.'t, eaJaiX.XjVXXiIj25, 3BCV herself in tho faultless riding dress with ner lending an apparent sincerity to her and faced him with flashing eyes. In ono thing more. Feel in tho breast pbek-- publican States? They do not receive his ignoranco of what had passed tho of my coat tho left breast and "tako !hich sho had onco electrified Miss Dal- words, "tho fact is, I am going away cast about him for out a packet of letters" As Gn. Gor- directions from thoso States. las. As sho peered into her toilet mirror very soon, but I felt I could not do so young ranchman thai; RAILROAD SCRAP IRON. As to New York, what does the result net of his could havo caused don unbottoned the thero was a grim resolvo about tho lines without thanking you for your kindness Bomo coat show, save that the people nro dissatisthis midden anger. It Is Carefully Suieil, Assortrd ami Then of her mouth from which her quick to mo in being so good to Mr. Bruco." Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. "Cynthia," ho said, breaking tho si- nnd took out tho packet tho seemingly fied and dicgusted because tho Demobold by tho Ciiiupunles. Cynthia raised her eyebrows and wittcd sex might havo argued no quarter lence, "what is tho meaning of this? I dying soldier said: "Now please take crats havo allowed tho spoliation of proNothing goes to waste on a big railto a rival. And it was noticeablo that stared blankly at Edith, turning her out ono and read it to me. They are tection to continuo and havo not yet road, nnd every scrap of iron and much tho few additional hairpins with which head a Httlo ono sido, very much as a am going away on nbrW tiipto Austin. When Baby was slot, wo gare her Castoria. tho lady found it necessary to securo her bird will when doubtful if it lias heard Ihavoconio to bid you goodby. Have from my wife. I wish that her words made any effort to stop it. Tho same secondhand material is valued at a fixed you no word to Bay to inc.?" When she was a Child, she cried for shall bo tho last I hear in this world." raven tresses wero placed in position al- aright. Sho grow a shudo paler, but Castoria, disgust and dissatisfaction contributed to price and carried on the books as so much stock on hand. Tho system followed by When she becamo Miss, sho clung to Castoria, Keating on ono knee at his side, Gen. increase tho Republican majorities that sho was gratified if anything most fiercely very much as Miss Edith in tho storekeeper's department of ono railWhen sho bad Children, she gave them Castoria. might havo used a harpoon upon somo sho had done had found favor with Miss Gordon, in clear tones, but with tearful Massachusetts and Ohio and low a. road is a sample of many, Tho secondcrcaturo that had excited her resentment. Stafford. If look and wanner, however, eyes, read tho letter. It was tho missive Instead of looking back after setting hand metals aro gathered und placed in When her toilet was completed, sho counted for anything, it was quito eviof a noble woman to her worthy husband their bauds to tho plough, tho Ways and piles, regularly assorted.' surveyed horsclf from head to foot crit- dent that tho temperacuro of Cynthia's whom sho know to bo in daily peril of Means Committeo should tako tho elecThen they aro classified by tho foreically, but with evident approval, after gratification was indefinitely below zero. his life, and with pious fervor breathed a tions as a warning against delay "I mean by your riding over to his aswhich she opened a small jowel casket and man and taken into stock by tho storeemenrr UOUIIT. prayer for his safety nnd commended weakness, tho Impressive and taking from an inner recess-- ring sistance in tho reckless fashion you did," hint of a kick keeper or assistant. There aro regular Convenes at schedules ono of material which can bo February, May Hardinsburg socond Monday in him to tho caro of tho God of buttles. that tho American people aro not sho slipped it hurriedly upon tho third Miss Stafford continued. "It was really and Ootober. going used ngain, which is denominated secT. K. McBeatb, Judge, Leitchfleld, Ky. finger of her left hand. It was a solitairo quito romantic aud kind of you, you As tho reading of tho letter ended, Gen. to stand any nonsense, and that they ex- ondhand, and another of material which Weed S Chelf, Commonwealth's Attorney. diamond, largo and brilliant, mid sho know quite what ono reads about, and Uarlow said: "Thank you. Now please pect from tho Democratic party a straight has to bo melted beforo it can bo used, Elliabethtown, Ky. passed her small handkerchief across it I wanted to to thank you. I told Mr. tear ttiem all up. I would not havo and an honest tarifT for V O. Halbago, Master Commissioner, liar revonuo only, which is knowu as scrap. Bruco so. I know ho feels much as I do." onco or twice, catching tho morning sundlnsburg, Ky. them read by others." with no In it, no conses-sion- s The classes aro arranged something Thero was a very perceptible change light pn tho flashing jowel and noting F. K. Rhodes, Sheriff, MoDanlels, Ky. Gen. Gordon toro them into fragments ( Charles Miller, Hardinsburg, Ky. to protection, no freo list, no after tho following order: Steel scrap, how it graced her dimpled hand. But in Cynthia's manner whilo listening to n and scattered them on tho "field" Deputies i W. I. Itamiey, Cloverport, Ky. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, R and 0. at prices ranging thero was an expression in tho lady's this ingenuous statement. Apparently cowardly compromise of any sort. I W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. nnd bladed thick with steel." sho growsoveral inches taller under Miss dark eyes that was liardly reassuring. If tho people want protection, thoy from J28 n ton down; wrought iron, R. S. Skillman, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. Nos. 1, S, and 4; .cast iron, Nos. 1, 2, 3 Then, pressing Gen. Barlow's hand, Gen. will look to tho Republicans for Tho ring was a moro memory with Stafford's patroungo. Her lip curled Frank Beavln, Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. it, and and 4. Even borings are taken into acaud her eyes flashed as sho im Edith a souvenir of an attachment John Slaton, J iller, Hardinsburg, Ky. Gordon bado him goodby, and mounting they will tako it straight. It would count, bmfl borings being credited at from which tho sentiment had long plied very decidedly that sho was quito CUUMTYCOUKT his horse, quickly joined his command. Convenes third Monday in each tnontb. pleaso Mr. Reed and tho other Republieight cenis per pound and brubs scrap since faded a relic of an almost forgot- awaro what Mr. Bruco thought about it. Ho hastily penned a note on the pom- cans very much to see tho Thomas Adkiison, JuJge, Hardinsburg Ky. Ways and and copper at twelve. "Very iMMsibly," Miss Stafford assentten past. Howbeit, although bIio usually Milton Doard, Attorney, Hardinsburg, Ky. mel of his saddle, giving Gen. Barlow's Means This mat'rial is shipped to" division Committee trim and palter, blow woro no rings, sho permitted it to re- ed quietly, "but I was only telling you John E. Monaroh, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky, Bruce took a step nearer to her. messago to his wife, but stated that ho hot and headquarters when a carload has accumain upon her finger that morning, and what ho said to mo. I am going away, cold, and bo oniy half Or quart auAiii r.ui.Y counr. Sho waved htm away with an imperiConvenes fourth Monday In Mareh, Juno was still living, though seriously wounddrawing her riding glovo quickly over you know wo aro. both going away." ous gesture. er Democratic, Certain it is that if the mulated. Hero It io dUpoted of by the September and Decomber storekeeper on order of his chief, being tho gem sho joined tho mounted party Miss Stafford emphasized tho "both." ITIAUISTinil AL DISTKICTS. "Thero is no need of it," sho said. "I ed, nnd informing hor whero ho lay. Democrats do not daro to at tho ranch gate, whero tho impatient "I thought you ought to know how wo havo received your goodbys already from Addressing tho note to "Mrs. Gen. Bar- but givo in to a policy be Democratic, shipped iu carloads to big dealers in old Hardiksburo. Courts on Wednesday sucinotals in large cities. Much of it goes to ceeding the first Monday in March, June SepPhil was calling loudly upon, tlio ladies felt in tho mutter." low at Gen. Meade's headquarters." he a bastard her!" protectionism, and thereby not Pittsburg, Cincinnati and such points. tember and Deoamber, Magistrates, Hen T. Tho ominous plural fell likon knell to hurry. Bruco stared. Ho gavo a surprised handed it to ono of his staff, and told only break thelr'expresa Miller and Lum Constable, Lee Bishengagement to Orders for as high as hCO.000 pounds of op. HardinsburgBlack. Court. After dinner that afternoon, when upon Cynthia. Sho felt her breath grow glunco City him. Lying ofc his feet him to place a whito handkerchief upon ono kind of material aro occasionally re- Mayor) Dent Brown, Marshal; J.V.B.O.Kutby, Kernochan and Bruco had left them to quick and short, nnd a sudden fuintness among aboutpino tho country, but show their inability to JDab. needles was a dainty his sword and rido in a gallop toward the transact tho inevitablo business, and seized her. But sho did not chango her giovo or tho unuresscu kid. Ho recognized enemy's lino and deliver tho note to Mrs carry out a policy of their own, the dis- ceived from single firms. Moat of the bge, Attorney. City Court, oivll terms, first Kate, weary with tho morning's rido, had attitudo. Sho remained gazing steadsecondhand matetial is used over again Monday in Maroh, June, September and Deasters of Tuesday will bo a picnic d Inas insisted on taking a siesta in spito of tho fastly up into tho beautiful faco boforo it instantly ho belonging to Edith. in tho sliorjs, but it is previously taken cember. to those that will come in 18t0. voluntarily stooped and picked up tho Barlow. Tho officer promptly obeyed Clovkrfoiit. stuffy atmosphoro of tho San Marcus her. Thero was disdain in tho brown perfumed on the bonks at it fixed price by the store- the first Monday Courts Thursday suoooedlng In March, triflo. It was redolent of its the order. Ho was not fired upon, end N, Y. Sun. hotel, Edith was dominated by a sudden eyes, and sho felt it. keeper and is charged up to tho account and December, Magistrates,Juno, September owner. Ho turned with a look of in- 'on being met by a Union officer, who Dudley energy. Sho leaned against a window of of the articles for which it is used. All and Joseph Mullen. Constable, "And so you turned yourself into quiry to Cynthia. advanced for that purpose, tho note was The OhioOhemicalCo. publishes in this nsablo No. I wrought iron is received Keenan, Cloverport Cltv Court nivii Tbos. tho dreary parlor and gazed down the Henry Bruco's errand boy to lot mo i..m. "Has Miss Stafford been here?" ho In Mareh, Jun, dusty road toward tho green follago of know," sho replied calmly. "Well, now, asked almost stonily. Ho was hardly received and read, with tho assurance issuo of, tho BiiECKENitinoE News an Ad and charged up at 1J a pound, and first MondayMayor, Charles September and December. Llghtfoot. Marthat it should bo delivered instantly. which all slaves to habit Bhould carefully cast iron at ono cent. Philadelphia Call, shal, James tho river. How cool it looked there! thet's kind of you, I'm suro; you reckprepared for tiio icy brevity of her reply. Hambleton. Let us turn from Gettysburg to the rend and consider. And wliat a short distanco away I What oned I was just uatch'allylyin awako McDaniicls, Magistrates, Henry U. Dean, "Yes." All tho talk in tho world will not con Hock Valor Bam W. Parsons, MoDanlels vas to prevent her going thero if she nights to get your approval, and you "And sho told you I was going away?" Capitol at Washington, whero eleven Conitabln, fleo. W. Burton, ltuth. Courts af would? Sho answered this question by couldn't rest until you took this way of vince you so quickly as ono trial of Exactly Cprreot, "Sho said you were both going," said years later, Gen. Gordon held with honHock Vale on succeeding ordering tho sleepy proprietor to havo ehowin it. P'raps you'll bo willin to Cynthia simply. Tho words seemed to or, as now, a seat as Senator of tho Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, day in March, Friday September the first MonJune, The Nelson Record says that a corresand Decemher pony saddled and brought to tho say, Miss Stafford, how long you'vobeen choko her, but sho recovered herself with United States, nnd was present at a dinburns, bruises, Bkin affections and piles. ber, and at MoDanlels Tuesdays alter the secpondent who will smugglo a malicious 'carryin his messages and runuin his er- an effort. "She showed mo tho ring that ond Monday in said months. front gallery at onco. ner party givtn by Orlando B Pottor, against a person, commits nn offense A. II. Fisher, Cloverport, Witt & Meador HuD80NVlM.it. Magistrates, deo. Harned, Having succeeded In gaining tho sad- rands?' you gavo her and said sho wished to a ltepresentutivo in Congress from 'tho item Custer: Henry C, Brine, Hudson. Constable against the paper. It is as if a burglar had Hardinsburg. dlo unassisted, with an ease and dash Sho throw back her head and laughed thank mo for my kindness to you.". John Nevltt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson, ' A Widow. that left that worthy speechless and merrily as she said this a laugh so muIn spite of herself tho tears started to Statu of Now York. Upon Mr. Potter's entered tho ofllco and stolen something villa on Wednesday succeeding the second staring, Miss Stafford rode quietly out sical and clear that it seemed to ripplo tho girl's beautiful oyes. An angry flush introducing to him a gentleman with tho of value therefrom. Wo will not countu-nanc- o Our hctise servant is a Japanese, po-li- Monday Io Maroh, June, September and of town. When sho reached tho river, sho upward from tho very heart of joy. camo suddenly over tho face of Bruce. personalities of what evor naturo, as aro most of his raco. Among his and at Custer on Thursday following title of Gen. Barlow, Gen. Gordon ro oven if the name of tho writer Is signed. duties is taking caro of tho chickons. tho same months, did not stop, but guiding her mustang Miss Stafford blushed crimson beneath "It is strango that as one personally marked: DeTrteTVlLLK. Maglstrales, Riley Dowell, deal in ncvs, not jokes nor mal-ac- Ono day ho chanced to find n nest of flno skillfully across tho shallow ford sho her merriment. It steeled her to adhcro interested I learn of this now for tho "Aro you a relativo of the Gen. Bar- riu.su 0. eggs at the barn, away from the chicken trvlngn.n, O.Pile.t.Martin, Big Spring. turned in tho shade of tho trees uion tho to her original purpose With a sudden first," ho said dryly. "Am I to under- low, a gallant soldier, who was killed Courts at Bowleyvllla on at This is exnctlycorrect. 3 he ndws-pap- yard, contributed by a hen that had es- Kriday John opposito bank, taking tho direction of gesturo she stripped off tho glovo upon stand that Miss Stafford told you I gavo .succeeding the scorn, d Monday In is a vehicle of news and the corGettysburg?'1 M arrh, caped from the others, and as a consetho Dallas ranch. Sho know its goncral horlefthand. Tho glittering facets of tho hor a ring?"' June. September and D'.omiber, and at Tho answer wsb : "1 am the Gen. Bar- respondent is a valuable adjunct in mak- quence tho eggs wero not fertile In ig- Webster on Saturday osition from n remark of Bruco during diamond sho woro Unshod in tho broad "Sho gavo mo to understand that sho ing the paper popular if he furnishes UsiIon Star. toaulstrat,.., J.wes J.Severs, tho week of thp San Marcus ball. Sho shaft of sunbeams that cleft tho bower, was engaged to you," said Cyntlda low who was killed at Gettysbiinr, 'and news. But improper jokes, and spiteful noranco of this fact, however, nn old Union ttar John W. groat. Hardly did not think tho diata-ncJarrett, Htepueasport. "Do you boo that ring?" sho demanded quickly, looking him straight in the you aie the Gen. Gordon who succored flings hurt the paper w orso than the party lady of our household n widowimmo-diatol- y Constable, Jabesllajnetf. Courts at UlIod hadfshe token the trail road when sho coldly, suffering tho fascinated eyes of eyes. put a hou to "sot" on thorn. Bid-d- y Star on Wednesday me!'1 that they aro aimed at and no respectable succeeding the third Monencountored Back Jerrold, riding along tho girl to rest n moment upon tho spar-Wicorrespondent will iudulgo in them, stuck to business, but to no purpose. day in Maroh, June, September and Dtcem-b- r Bruco took a step nearer to her. Tho meeting was worthy of two such Klizabethtown News. listless and dejected upon the gaunt When tho requirpd timo had moro than gem. "Perhaps that will explain and at Stepbensport on Thursday. is fulso!" ho said, with white lips. "It Buckshot. bravo men every inch American soldelapsed, tho lady was very much put my interest jn thowelfaroof Mr. Bruco." FISOAI. CUUIIT. A sudden revulsion of feeling crimsonThe man raised his serious faco and ITCHING PILES iers. out aud puzzled that no chickens had At Hardinsburg on Tuesday after the first ' Sho turned n.pjpkjy, flashed ono brief ed Cynthia's faco und neck. Sho regardealatod her gravely. Edith drow roin. glanco of triumph npm Cynthia from been hatched Turning to tho Jap, sho Monday In April and October. I should add that on recoiving hor him earnestly. SWAYNE'S Jutt now this mooting was moat oppor- beneath hor supercilious jasly:s and ed"False?'sho whispered, said, "What do you supposo is the mathusband's note, which had been speedily tune. Did Mr. Jerrold know tho dis- swept haughtily out of tho bower. Cyn OINTMENT ter of thoso eggs, George?" Qorge snBor.tTTKr.T nrmna. Prucp took tho Httlo brown hands in dellvcrcdj Mrs. Barlpw hasteued to tho ' YUlTIIWi HaUImmi Kev.r.C. Itflcliuit 'Yew York, tance to the Dallas ranch, and would ho thia wus alono with tho agony of tho ltIM ftfcla. mbI mo, "Acorn on ttplhllmora Tuna ni aratrude. hW,and,look($ iown into her face, wrbyruTi If (bowing low): "Excuse bows ma'am, 1. writes:In the flush, Itictou is a field, though without danger to her perdlreet her to it? Buck stared, gave tho inddcn revolution. alUwrd ia allam la mo, but I t'ink again, Iliorn which C. C. "False!" ho said. Don't you know, son, for tho battlo was still in progress. waUk.aAen.Mi anjl ilcH5Wa.NjaiUc Ttrr information in the usual blind southern C. Cert Hin Corn Curo niostmcr fink that hen wns n wlilmv " Wliln flbo put ono hand to her head in a half IUfcJidrw,iUurfc clfHlly removes," fashion, but did not volunteer any per-on- dazed way, as if sho felt a sudden pain darling, thero is but ono girl in thjf w'Ida Slip soon found her husband, and had Mr.yiiv.afcftrbthatuar. iiiMW(u.rii'Hi;i.BiiBv,ruujiiju. Bausneu. uuiiorma Kovlew. guidance, Edith, moreover, did hcro. The ground apemod Bllnpinguwuy world I would bo willing to inako my f Tho advance of tho Confederate line of imttlo commenced early on the morning IK NXrNNm Qllrt TTABTT canlwenrrdathomr.anrtwltn. viiuiiuuiiiixjuu uuu MlinPHlrJE JJU1J11 ouiany cuori on uio jmrt or muni ixinu mopauont,l)yuiousoof our SPECIAL. fORMULA QOLD CURI3 TABLETS During treatment pntlciitmronllowrd tlin frco uso of I.lmior or until micli tlnio ni thy shall voluntarily glvo tlioin up. , yonrau IMilllcuiurn mill pUHipillCL OI IC81IM1UIIIU IH I TOO, llllll 8IIMI ...iKii.ii luiuiM'u BiiuiTiTu irom any pi incsn iinuiuin rointinniicu- nun mm iurnunKwnoiinveiM'cnciirt'ii liy inoiifiioi our TA1ILKTS. HILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by nit first-clas"HH'"nUb 9I.UU Pr pUUKIlffU. VOUr druirirlHtflfWfl not klpn thnm. rnplnannii 4! I 00 . Jt .:. i it r :r . vz " z..' "'"'"""'" nurni .juu, .uy. ruiurn null unucicnRUUi our Tablets . Wrlto your nsmo and nddrcssplnlnly, nnd stnto whether Tablets, nro for lobacco, Alorphliio or Alor-phln- o s i.i4uui ii.u iiuijuui, wnu win vuiuuwriiyHiopBinoKiDtfor ciittwinginniuwuays. 4. A FEW a I I m Testimonials t from porsons who havo boon cured by tho uso of Julyl, DO Hill's Tablets. y , w V ' THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO.. IlflMIMiimM .QUALITY, . STYLES PRICES" :d:r,:ess Geo. Yeakel & Co., inrrrtTSJTTv '!c . 1-C- pagjjHj 1 Tii et J. blood-soake- d DIRECTORY. fihot-sow- w ,1 & jfc H pom-pare- Ham-blet- Do-Wit- t's H- - to e. Con-stib- ng m PILES lias-la- ex-cu- nl J JlllpppiPPi!WipPPWWpiWvtMi! &- - THR BRElCitRMRIDGE James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, OLOVERPORT, KY. Wo havo it NRS, OLOYERPORt, kV. TRYIIG TO Sulzer's. Gloves, gloves nt Bnbbpgo's. jfir Est! mutes furninhd on applkati - r Robert E. "Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room V Charlie Lisbon killed n 500 pound time our store waB opene'd to porker last Saturday. Clock or any thing in the Jewel" Place It on your order this week tho'public." In fnct, the Hnts ry lino repaired first-clas- s nt low Kem-KoSulzer's. cost hero is your placo to get it. Miss Emma Reidel, Holt, is visiting nnd Cnps sold by us havo met If you want nice goods nt botMrs. E. N. Briedenbauch, Owensboro. HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. tom prices, wo aro tho fellows with such marked approval Warren Pullen an old resident of HudAll tiutfi.eai cntruftcd to my hand given . you aro looking for. Anything prompt ami careiui attention, rtotea and acsonville, died Nov. 12 at tho ago of 73. counts collected and prompt return made. Send that they aro and everything you could want me your builness. Geo whiz! Sulzer's Christmas stock in Jewelry, Silverwaro, SpecMiss Etta Parr, of Mooleyvlllc, is the look for it it's out of sight ? (just now.) THE BEST TYPE WRITER. guest of .V.rs. Clayton S. Crosson. tacles and Eye Glasses', Musical To buy coal it takes gold to save tho Deeds, Mortgages and nil legal instruSul- Wooden gutter. Better than tin and coal and gold it takes Kem-KoGoods from a jewsharp to a ments drawn and copying dono in the ri half-thzers. prico at Gregory Co's. piano. To know what wo havo best fctyle. Shirts sold at prices that you can't rleishman's yeast saves the coal also you will havo to call nnd take a V. G. Bnbbnge, Att'y, makes lovo lit a cottage happy. Super's. keep from making a purchase nt Babgeneral look ot our immenso IIaiuhnsiiuko, Kv. Girls, don't say yes until your follow bago's. assortment. Mrs. Mollio Wolilor of GrandvIow,Ind. promises to buy Fleishman's yeast. Breck'enridge News. ! is visiting her sister, Mrs. Koto Logan, Nicer than dried apples cheaper than this week. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1893. Every mothcrand father in town should peaches aro tho dried currants at Sul see what nice suits for boys can be found Retail Jewelers. zer's. - - M . LOCAL BREVITIES. v4 Mrs. Johnson, wife of John Johnson, at Sulzer's. HARDINSBURG, .KENTUCKY. Fleishman's yeast comes Wednesdays Hudsonville, died Nov. 13. She was 78 Kem-Kot- n and Fridays. Tho rush begins for it at years old. Sulzer's. T. T. 0. A. S. I. nt Sulzer's. Personal. Sam, meet me to day at 7 o'clock. Sulzer's. Miss Eunico Crosson, it 1b thought, A LIVELY ROW AT HAWESVILLE. Sulzer's to help inu select my now cloak. Wait, watch and sec Sulzer's. ROME. IND. To convince you of this fact.' now has typtioid fevor. Her father is Emma It will plcaso tho little ones Sulzer's. ablo to sit up in bed. It is almost blizzard timo Lay in a Marshal Mason and His Deputies Tho cold wnvo has come. Special gloves for engineers at will bo a pleasure if you will Master Woolvlngton Hall, who has stock of blizzard scorning undorwear Have a Bound With The Born to tho wifo of Henry Ackerman been visiting his grandma, Mrs. Wm. such as Sulzer sells. nboy. Pulliams School children cry for currant pies call nnd inspect our hendwear. Mr. Chos. Mosterson, of Lcwisport, Hall, returned homo Sunday. Sulzer's. Dr. Leo says it is distressingly healthy M. N. Bobbins has a SDlendid ctod of spent Sunday in tho city tho guest of just now. Letitia Bliss, Custer, 1ms been granted Miss Etta Mullen. burloy tobacco eight or nino thousand A REGULAR STREET BATTLE Miss Stuart Groves is visiting Miss a pension. Harry Roth, wife and baby, of louis pounds, which ho desires to sell. Hawesvim.k, Nov. 21. Last Saturday Mary McCann, S. S. W. D. It will bo sure to pleaso villo wcro visiting W. O. Willis has secured n position his father-in-laDr. Wedding went to Louisville on you. Sulzer's. with Bohn Bros. & Co., Wholesale Fur- afternoon thero was a lively street battlo William Witt, last week. Neckwear sold at greatly reduced nishing Goods and Notions, Cincinnati. between town Marshal Mason and two business last Sunday. J. W. Rhodes has been appointed postof the Pulliam boys from tho back part The potato crop is nearly all due nnd prices at Babbagu's. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller, of near of tho county. Allen and Bill Pulliam master at Rhodelia, Meade county, vice put away for better prices. lino of taffy candies in tho city A. J. Gilliland, resigned. Nicest Hardinsburg, were hero Sunday attend- two n desperadoes, camo to Mrs. Tillio Connor returned last Sunat the City Bakery. Joo B. Buzby, has been ing church. They were tho guests of town and tried to run things their own day from a visit to friends in Evansville, tho great assigned to Apptegato & Co's distillery 'Squire Keith. Try a packngo of Kem-Koway. They flourished their knives and coal saver Sulzer's. With every purchase of twenty-flv- o No. E. P. McAdams, resigned. pistols and defied tho officers. Several Ind Mr. Clint Wheeler and wife, of this Drivo dull caro away with n cup of SulMiss Lafayette Lalleist, who has been cents we will give an excellent writing shots were exchanged, and Deputy Bud tablet. Come in and make a purchaso Cooney was stabbed in tho faco and place, returned from n trip South, this zer's celebrated coffee, the guest of her uncle, Mr. Charles shoulder. Tho Pulliam boys took to tho week. Don't you need a tourist or blacking Moorman, of Loulsyille, returned home at Babbago's. .. . i Thirty-flvMr. Clarence Wheeler has twelve persons were baptised at woods, firing back at their pursuers and yesterday. case? If so, call on Babbago's. escaped. They camo to town Monday bundled bushels of potatoes safe in his JL Forty-eigKem-KoTho wind yesterday was coming from Yelvington last Sunday. tho great coal paver the tho direction of Polk's peach orchard and members were added to tho church as a and gavo themselves up. Their trial is cellar. Sulzer's' great hard tinio helper. when thoy will bo hold result of a big meeting just closed there. 6etfor Mr. Joo Dean, of Kentucky, was visitThe City Council has ordered 30 street everybody in this section knows what Mr. J. F. Boyd ono of tho fonndcrs of over for circuit court. Tho town was ing Mr. Andrew Wagncss at this placo means. that lamps erected. Thank you gentlemen. wild with excitement and thero were a last Sunday. Mr. J. T. S. Brown and wifo, of Louis- tho Iryington Mills has sold his interest Mis Vitula Daniel, of Ilardlnsburg, number of mon on the street armed with in that plant and will remove to Shelby-villMaster Con McCann says ho intends was visiting Mrs. R. B. Pierce last week. villo, camo down last week to see Mrs. Tenn., where ho has bought a now shot guns and pistols. to catch moro rabbits than any other Graham, Mrs. Brown's mother, who is Mrs. II. T. Head will spend the winter 75 barrel mill two brick warehouses, tho Roman boy. quite old and feeble. Wo will open nn entirely now INNOCENT. with her daughter, Mrs. Walker Board, Electric light plant, a custom corn mill, Mr. Joo Davo Brashear, who returned There were no trees planted hero on slock of Holt. four acres of ground and ono of the finest from tho World's Fair sick with typhoid Arbor day. Prot. Logan says tho Bchool W. D. Cur in mi has removed from Cuswater powers In tho state,all in ono That is the Verdict of the Church fever is convalescent. grounds well Session in the Case of Henry ter to Garfield, w here ho will buy tob- no room aro moro shaded and there was square of the court house. He leaves trees. for Mr. Gentry nn old citizon who resided Irvington tq take charge of tho property acco. Harncd. on n farm on Doer creek was buried in Tho first term's examinatiou of pupils in ten days. In losing Mr. Boyd, Irving-to- n Oranges, dates, figs, bananas, lemons, tho Lamb graveyard last Sunday. in tho public school will be held next Tlfo Ephcsus Session of tho Cumbergives up ono of her most progressive grapes, raisins and cocoanuts at Reidel & week. Tho 2nd., nnd 3rd. High School and enterprising citizens. Ho is a fine land Presbyterian church mot NovemTho people- of Rome aro wonderful to Co's. grades,on Tuesday. Tho lst.,3rd. ,and miller and an excellent gentleman lu ber 17th, for tho purposo of transacting roam, but wherever they roam they al Rov. S. G. Shelly will preach at Holt's 6th.grades,and 1st High Scnool grade,on every senso of tho word and tho News business pertaining to tho session. ways como homo to Rome. Chapel next Sunday at 11 a. m. and hero Wednesday. Tho Perry county, Ind., Farmers Inregretato see him leavo tho county. Elders present: W. Payne, Wm.Bruing-ton- , at night. Joo Tabor, D. Driskell, II. Harned stitute will meet nt tho Academy Hall There is a knack in our clothing that Wo wish him health and prosperity in Miss Amanda Tinius, of Mt. Joseph, others cant get on to. Tho get up in tho bis now homo. and Wm. Macy. Mr. Harned nppcars in Romo on December the 8th and 0th. has been the guest of Miss Rosa Refdcl latest weaves and styles mako us tho beforo this body, demanding n church Mrs. Hallio McCann, of this placo, Tho Baptist revival now in progress in for the past week. leaders in clothing we havo a knack of this city and conducted by Revs. Williams trial, stating that if tills session belioved will visit her old homo and numerous him to bo guilty of tho charge they friends in Shelby county, Ky., in Flannels aro cheaper than funerals, pleasing our customers makes them and Salem continues a with unabated should suspend him at onco. Tho sesand underwear cheaper than undui tak- leave as smiling they como again join interest. Tho church is crowded every sion proceeded with tho trial, after a caners, at Babbage's tho procession now to day 3ulzer's. night to hear the gospel expounded by a Thero will bo a Thanksgiving dinner did and thorough investigation of tbo Mahlon Taylor has opened a feed, converted jew. Dr. Salom is an If your husband works out and takes it earnest served nt noon and nn oyster supper in his dinner with him, currant pies will livery nnd salo stable at 252 East Market forciblo speaker, full ,of enthusiasm forj evidenco as it was introduced in tho tho evening of Thanksgiving day at tho St., Louisvillo. Tho stylo of the firm his church and the conversion of men to civil court, we, tho members of tho please him. Sulzer's. M. E. church in Rome to raiso funds to agreed nnd decided that is Taylor & Frederick. Ho wants his Miss Black, of Hardinsburg, who has tho paths of right living in this world.Ho session havo buy a now carpet for tho church. Mr. Harncd was innocent of the chargo old friends in this section to send him has raado many personal sacrifices been visiting friends at Owensboro, refor Mr. Jack Ackerman, of general their horses when they ship them to tho causo ho espouses and the story of against him, and brand it as a malicious turned homo last week. acquaintance from hero to New Orleans, attompt nt slander. Louisvillo. He knows tho trado and his conversion is truly a pathetic ono. Tho Louisville hog market opened Mon-a- t can obtain who has been in tho West for two years W. S. Payne, Modomtor. tho best prices going. Ho has been a minister of tho Baptist for tho best heavy packers and $5.45 has returned to his old homo and will ' Just received from tho World's Fair W. E. Macy, Clerk. Mr. Leo O'Dell was in our town Thurs- church for forty years nnd ho is certainH' closed weak at 5 to 10 cents lower. i emain here to take caro of his aged day in tho interest of tho Leavenworth ly by this timo well City of Chicngo, ranging in prico founded in his viows. mother tbo remainder of her earthly A family party can have a very nice Skid Co. and established an agency with Notice. from $2.50 to $13.50. Thanksgiving dinner provided they leavo Gregory & Co. They mako tho best The meeting will continuo throughout For tbo next ten days I will offer at pilgrimage. tho week. Wo don't expect tho garments to an order in timo for Sulzer's to fill. Tho good peoplo of Romo having had good saddle horse, genskiffs that go down tho Ohio and MissisThcro is no chaugo in the Louisvillo piivate sale ono last ten days. Tho best styles will n prosperous season linve given liberally D. S. Richardson, Union Star; M. sippi rivers and also tho best sail and ; .i tobacco market. 50 hogsheads of the tle for ladies and children to ride ono bo tho first Clonks bought. thoroughbred Jersoy cow, giving over of their surplus to refit tho parsonage, Blain, Stephensport; and Alt Taylor, fishing boats that float. Parties wanting dark crop were sold last week at about two gallons of milk a day; 75 chickens, build a barn nnd n carriago houso for tho Rosotta, returned from Louisvillo Fri- skiffs can call on Gregory & Co., and Buch prices as havo been current since cooking stove, heating stove, bookcaso use of their minister and to cell, paint day. save at least 15 per cent. Tho abovo the opening. Thero is no change in Wo liavo many things to bo thankful company has been established for thir- tho prico of the 1892 crop. Tho local and secretary combined, furnituro and and newly paper tho M. E. church. Mr. i, If you want sorno Galen Barbec, of Cloverport, hung tho for Chief among them the chanco to get teen years. market is quiet. Wo have heard of sev- household goods. paper. Dr. Frank. "Cleveland ought to send eral crops being sold our Thanksgiving tabla delicacies at Sulbut from sorno rare bargains come and see at once for I for Geo. Mercer and get some points on zer's. causo tho dealers refuso to givo prices. mean business. LODIBURG. J. F. Boyd, All roads lead to Sulzer's big clothing how to run the finances of tho country. Jimmy Wheeler says ho has bought Irvington. bouso follow tho procession that is There ought to bo an institute, a sort of about 100,000 pounds down in tho UtilMr. Jas. Whitworth presented his whero the people go for to get great bar- Kccly cure establishment, for the cure ity section of Hancock county but he daughter with a fino organ last week. NEW BETHEL. of politicians. Wo aro going to have one gains Sulzer's. wouldn't say what ho paid. Ho mu6t If Madam Rumor can bo rolled upon HARDINSBURG, KY. Tho rush began on that barrel of cur- of tho brightest chapters in Clovorpoit have paid pretty fair prices for says he, Mr. James Barnes wont to Hardinsthero will soon bo a wedding in tho valin tho state. Theso railroad men aro "I ran up on n number ofOwensboro buy- burg Saturday last. rants last week still keep it up when ley. that one is gono wo will open up tho a bright lot of fellows. They tuko hold ers and knocked them all out." Tho W. Si Bashaui, of Clifton Mills, stayed J. 0. BOURNE, DANIEL BROOKS Our Eliznbethtown correspondent must J. M. HARPER, of tho work just liko they do their enother one Sulzer's. tobacco in that section has heretofore be lost, as ho has not mado his appear-anc- o all night with B. F. Hardin Saturday Dr. O'Bryan, of Paynesvlllo, who was gines and rush it through." been going to Owensboro. It will all night. but onco. AVill.Hensloy says Cloverport is now recently appointed to a position in the BROOKS & CO., como hero this season. BOUKNE, A. M. Hardin's store was broken into Misses Bettie and Mabel Hcndrick revenue service under Collector Johnson entitled to tho Republican banner which last Saturday night and about $0 worth wcro visiting Miss Jonnio Barnes ono TOBINSPORT. is at homo on a short leavo of absence. Hardinsburg hold for a number of years. of jowolory token. night last weok. Democrats all over tho county can't unHo is well pleased with his place. Victor and Almertthe two little childElder R. T Bruner filled his regular derstand tho causa of the landslide in Mr. Pcto Lyons and family were tho o Tho annual election of officers of ren of Sam Robertson's, were very sick CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. Lodge, NoOl, K of .P. will bo this town at tho late election. Thoro appointmont here Saturday and Sunday. guests of Mr. Henry Woggoner last Saturlast week. It waa'decided at tho Baptist Suuday day night and Sunday. hold next Monday night. Tho now by- wcro a combination of circumstances that Misses Bettie Payne nnd Nellie Shaw BOURBON STOCK YARDS laws will also bo read and adopted. A lead up to tho defeat of which it is not school Sunday to have n Christmas trco LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. Mary Lyons and Miss Mattio wcro visiting tho Misses French, of Sinkfor tho school and others. full attendance of tho members is desir- necessary now to go over. The main wcro tho guests of Mrs. Mary Barnes and ing Creok, last Saturday and Sunday. Quito a number from hero are attendcauso howover, was n want of thorough ed. daughter, ono day last week. MANHOOD RESTORED! aiSRSSrt".fRfe7. Rov. Jupln hold a protracted meeting guaranteed locureall nervouadleae.eucU aa Weak Meworr.Louof C. F Martin, formerly General agent organization on the part of Democrats. ing tho protracted meeting nt Cloverport. 1 Manbuod.NlKblly Kml.ilon. Mr. Will Frank, of Jolly's Station, at- at Poplar Grove last week. No profts-sion- s, 0iJi?h.Waetunea.Loai Generative Oricana of either aexcauted powerln of tho L. St. L.& T. R. R ,'died at Imls-vill- e It has learnt her a lesson and bIio will do Tho converted Jew is attracting largo tended church at this placo tho second ur over oierUon, youthful errora, four sanctified. crowds. Innanltr. Can be Tuesday, Nov. 14th. He was ono better next time. veit pocket. HI per box. a for KJt. by mall prepaid. WltliaHS carrledla order wo l'ho Clifton Mills correspondent says, Farmers are still busy "gathering In Saturday, and said that ho was on tho (We a written tuinrnnteelo cure r refund, tho nt mrr, Hold brail Tho will of the late D. M. Griffith was of tho most popular railroad men in the drurallta. Ailtforlt. takann nthi.r. Wtitn hunt of a hound. We hopo ho found it. "Tho recent election clearly demonstrates '1MIUUK AJ.U 1KIK.U15.HU. to plain wrapper. AddreiaKEltVJBSi:!:! fnrfrMM.Mii.! iinnv un. .......Z CO., Ataaou.eTsmpie.CuiCAaa. city of Louisvllo and leaves n host of probated in the county court at Owens- tho grain." Mr. Mace Hendricks and wifo and that tho parly of wild enthusiasts led on for aale In Cloverport, Kr.,br A. It. FISH Kit, and bj C. O. MAUT1N, DruggUU. The Perry County Farmers Institute boro last Monday. He bequeaths $500 friends. baby, Misses Bettie nnd Mabel Hendricks, by blear-eyecranks was not in it a littlo "Billy" Tomkinson, the burner at tho to tho Central Trust Company, of Owens-bor- meets at Rome December 8th and 0th. n mily could afford, and whon tho Mr J. D. Cockroll's infant child was Miss Jonnio and Master Thomas attend- bit." That was vory forcibly demonjto bo held in trust for his grandson Clovcrport works, left lost Friday with ed church nt Wesley Chapel last Sun- strated four years ago in tho primary purchaso of a clock waa almost as D. Griffith Watkins, of this city, which sick Sunday. his family for Now Mexico, whero ho election for jailer. Miss Hattio Winchell, of Dcor creek, day. serious a matter as tho purchaso of has a liko position. "Billy" said ho with the income thereof, is to bo paid to Married, November 0, at tho resldonco a houso is now. Thoro isn't' anyIt Is strnngo that thero is always soiro him on his attaining the ugo of 21 years. is visiting friends hero. haled to leave Clovcrport. . It was like thing very foamid'ablo abput the Mr. Filmore Winchell is hero from of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. drunken fools to .disturb public worship. homo to him and that ho hod never Tho balance of hisestnto is to bo diRichardson ; Miss Mary Adkison to Mr. There were two or threo at Poplar Grove purchaso of a clock jdr a watch in lived in it town that ho liked so well and vided into seven equal.parts and held in Illinois. James D. Seaton. Rev. Joseph Duggins tho other night Better look out boys these daya4 The astonishing thing Louna Gilbert and Aquilla Fleshman whero ho had become nioro attached to trait for his children. Tho incomo of Tho brido being attired in thero-l- s a law to punish such conduct. about time-keepenow is their bo used for the support of havo gono to New Orleans on a potato officiating. which shall the people. dark blue, enrying a lovely boquet mado g cheapness, variety and excellence. I am glad that tome ono reads tho them and tWr families. A codicile boat. .Our undo Shad Weatherholt has Miss Mnggio Carman, of Rineyviilo, of chrysonthemums and iose-budwhile Don't bo behind time. nnd Raymond items. They don't Thoro'is Hardin county, Ky., formerly a resident directs that from the shares going to his gono to his old winter quaitorson Green tho groom wore tho conventional black. not the least oxcuso for nnytning'of havo some ono to tell them to write as daughters, Florenco and Rosa, his exe- rlvor. of Breckonridgo county, whilo visiting tho kind, when you can buy n Solomon Peckenpaugh has sold his They had tho warm congratulations of sorno do. friends in Loulsylllo was suddenly taken cutor shall at their request purchase a many friends, who wish them a long and watch or cleek-fo- r a trifle. homo for them, for tho ono in Ashvlllo, farm to George Polk. Clifton Mills correspondent very ill and on Tuesday, Nov. 14th, alhappy liio, and may God's blessings rest You will bo surprised at our low your ilemt I am grieved, "For N. O., for tho other in Cloverport, Ky., Commodore Polk sold n hog to Chas. most before her family could bo apprised upon them through future years. Soon prices on Watches" and clocks. Wo Wherein ao much li said, of her illness, the summons camo for her or at any other plasm. His household Lishen lost week that weighed 500 after tho ceremony thoy went to tho lf will ncterbe believed, also havo a nice line effects he divides amongst his children m gounds at Bc. per pound. He thinks two1 to cross the dark riyer. Her mother ono The other never read," house of tbo groom's sister, whero they silverware, spectacles, musical insister and one brother got there in timo they may agreo. Mrs. Dr, 8. S. Watkins as did Horace Greely that thoro is money wcro hospitably received and nn elegant "Boss" Hardin snys ho has compared ot this city Is ono of tho heirs. struments ot vory reasonable prices in hogs. to sco her boforo tho end camo, Tho the voto botwoen Slaton and Wilson and supper awaited them. Ropalrs promptly and neatly Cliae. Sheldon with four other of Can-nremains were taken to tho family gravefinds thero is about the same difference bo-hiMany Persons It'e your own fault if you are done, ton's beat shots were up last week, yard near Rlneyville. Friends feel great Sinfiro one of Julian Hawthorno's mas- thero was botwceti Slaton and tho Clifton Are fcokon down from overwork or household timo. Thero was a time whon gunuing. They bagged, 103 birds and of terly novels will soon appear as a serial Mills' correspondent four years ago in sympathy for the family in their , sad eaiw. Brown's Iron Bitters rebuilds the ajatem, !J dlgottlon, remove ex that number Charloy got six. bereavement. in this paper. ono watch was about all a whol tho primary. mm of pile, and cure malaria, del the genuine. CLOVErlPORT, KY. LOUISViLLE, KY. 47 Trust Building, LEE BISHOP, GONSTABLR Fresh fruits at tho City Bakery. Fino writing paper at Babbage's. Walk right into a pair of Sulzer's shoes. Miss Maria Watkins went In Holt Saturday. S. S. W. D. & I. D. T. Y.-- vou will liko it Sulzer's. Mr Amel Oelzo is confined to his bed with rheumatism. Everybody now eat currant pies and pudding. Sulzer's. Mr. Robert Wallace, of Louisville, was in tho city yesterday. Mrs. Geo. Boyd and children returned from Hawesvillo Monday. Tho good thing of to day should not bo ' neglected Sulzer's stock. Walter Slay is quito sick. S. S. W. D. this er's. Gloves for Binall boys at Babbago's. E. W. G. T. U.S. B. D.-- Thls year at yeor-Sulz- IF YOU ($f A Sulzer's. Clayton Crosson tills week. Col. is much improved J, D. Powers, OAcnsboro, was In the city Thursday. Mrs. L. P. Howard is visiting Mrs. A. A. her niece, WANT YOUR WATCH m Has been our policy from tho o t Sul-zor'- s. T. C. LEWIS & CO., Always on the Brain Bab-bage'- s. well-know- store-keepe- r, rv . o m ht i ext X hursday y c, few-day- JUaBIES' C. loaks :: ,' 'u B. P. BEARD & GO., HARPER, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Breck-enridg- iceMlVfluaeo'lobacco.oplunioraitm-ulapU.wblchlfadtolnuTOUr.Cnnaumntlon- or d o, rs Lod-ibur- s; One-ha- BEHIND TIME. J ? ol nd F. N. D'HUY, 'tl''w2CTsMf'IClfMsTsTKiTPrBD"r5) " , VL" . 'iMEaTMUiftX... ?,' r i ii J-- " ' ' 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. THEI BRRGKEHRIDGR NRWS, QLpVEXRPfiRT, KY, Latest U. S. Gov't Repot BkB 9 I1M1 . 3 M: J.j I il'3 .HiB V ' Kfkn-- ' t ' w ABSOLUTELY PURE weighing and fndjustlug is an employment to which women, with their deliWednesday. November 22, 1893. cacy of touch, nro, well suited. They aro also in chargo of tho stamping. i Incidentally it may bo said that most The. Sunday Sermon. j presses stamp from eighty to) 110 coins LasfSunday there" war preachln"aM"'ve all ejvery minuto. In one short hour went out to heart I in $10 gold pieceiTcan bo stamped The little church was crowded, for .the. rlcn.anL around tho c'dge and on both'Bldes. ' .poorjvaa there; .. . . There is another part of tho work It wasjest a splendid sermon, an the tinging full an' Iree which comes under the chargo of tho 'Amailn' grace, how sweet the sound thataed women omployediattfiQMIht.1 Thpy do a wretch like me." the sewing. At first thought It seems a When I call the sermon splendid, I mean It was trifle Incongruous to associate sowing -- the kind with money minting, but alftho bags To take deep root an' bear good fruit In every llRPil'hv Hip 'Mint, nro nnivpil In HinlmllilJ sinner's mind; ing". J Tho bags aro made 'of white IducV It was full ofconsolatlon for.Viearts thatlbleed Twas full of Invitation tolChrU . f UUlr .III and rrun upi by Wchlnof being sewed 15,-01 ,s Powder classes, It was ignored by tho politicians,- andtwolhaveftthelTiPsuH 'of last ! Tuesday as a gentle reminder of tho fact that tho people of tho west and cost are 1 mora interested In practical politics than they aro in promoting tho interests of parties. Thoy have sent a message to tho administration. Will tho messago bo heeded, or will tho object losson'ilo any good ? TV 1 No other uonsc ever did, ever tvill or ever cu ii sell tht sanii pvfeol $o.li for l!n szivf low prices us Klein! i mis $ Simowton sctltiiem. DoSa "n m5jj A GIANT CLOTHING SALE! x mmm IBreckenridge News. If tho Democratic .congress had assembled in extra Bcwiion iifj March last ,nnd proceeded t t4rryouttihojj!ernahds and pledges of tho platform a tariff measure would have taken shape during tho summer. It may not haye become a law, but the outlines of it would have been sufficient information for tho business and manufacturing interests of the country. They would lmvo known what to depend On and they would have ordered their affairs accordingly, as it is, though the Democrats have been in power uino loni? months, thq country has no more idea of tho specific character of tlio tariff measure they propose to adopt than it knev a year ago. Atlauta Constitution. H24ra J&J!iJEi - The Mammoth Lets Itself Looe anil and IJcgins a Bigger, Braver, Holder Slaughter in every Depnt (merit than was ever known lcf(re on earth. EVERY DAY $3.78 $4.28 Kd.7ft fJL f (uf! 50rrtR7e.r to worklnK Sllite; 21 QQ fr two styles 31.70 worth $1. QQ for a very $ I of Ulsters; w?,klng ?ui"' ; good Ulster; worth OVERCOATS Cut in sn'mc proportion ns SultA nnd Ulsters. A Burro to the pcrsott guessing nearest to its weight. ulnck Cheviot worth $10. Suits; UT QQ for tho eolobrated Ironclad iuU Grey Ulsters; worth $10. Pants and Odd Goats Shoes and Hats I Uif m V RUINOUS almost given away. zlQ fr lln Ulster good enough for P7.0 n banker; worth $12. Childrcns Clothing, CQ PRICES TRULY. v 01.X.JO C1 1 QQ cloth; worth $15. fornFinotTIster,linedwith WHAT KENTUCKIANS SAY ABOUT THE (i QQ v v Q O for Heavy Cassimere'Suits; wortli $10. tor Iirc89 Suits; wortli $15 nnd S13. Worth $20 $300,000 WORTH OF i TO PINCHING TIMES PEI0E8. HATS, l- - SHOES AN'D creed. 111 The text was 'bout the prodigal who spent his The bng niaking is no sraalMlilng llvln' nest. . Until he came at last to want the hulks the "wTfcnyou come to consider tho number swine did cat; it takes to pack up tho newly coined Hut a sweet thought gave him comfort when he wealth of tho countryeaclfyenr. The wished to live; hardly five-cepiecesjoro packed dn $50 bags will go unto my I'ather for my 1'ather will "I and the pennies in $10 Sags, small silver forgive." a posfHvo in $1,000 and tlfegoldiin $5,000 pouches. benefit to me. J. II. I.indcnberger, "I'm talkln' to you fellers," said the preacher. Itoughly speaking, last year fully 2,000 President Merchants' Nutlonul Bank, ; "here Wlio'veupenUhe-Masters-llvln'Mbags were niado up for gold alone, 10,000 Louisville. I faraway: for silver, 5,000 for half dollars, besides My confldenco in tho Klecfropoiso got to where that.fcllcr wasryoiican'tr You grows stronger the nloro I seo it. ninny thousandior the smaller coins. tell why or how, llov. W. W. Evans, Carrolton. for rliilndelnhta TimSs. Dut come back to the father he's l.you.nowlil (I look Upon tho Klectropoise as tho His Second Wife From the amen corner to the door the people means God has given us to cure diseases gathcrd near, Told him tho' secret of her good in nccoidnnco with nature's laws. An' "pray foruil " they shouted, an' It seemed health, Sho used "Parks' Tea" every Miss Susan Edge, Lexington was there; the night; Nothing hasever helped mo so much. An' slch a great handshaking well, the precious time Is past, W. T. Matheny, Lexington. One of the Causes. Hut the old church In the backwoods got a Do not hesitate to recommend tho , blesiin' that'll last! The Springfiield Republican, which Is I'KANK I.. STANTON. independent enough to tako a tolerbly Electropoise. W. G. Graham, Lexington Alanta Constitution. I OJi.-S- s ELECTROPOISE Q1 Q AQ for Fine Suits; Wu Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings FURNISHINGS' y, 'e of cen- - Q1 A. QQ very Fine $uits; worth For Men, Boys nnd Children, thnt nnu will present "one free 4JL.JO !j22and$20. wpuld take a pngo of this paper to customer--ievery day our "a pinti.;.,,. m.,i it.-- ,.,! m,;i, Mail for tlie rinf Bt 0( ?5 Suit8' eiittmcrate, cut in proportion. Departments who 'guesses nearest' to S 1 orders filled promptly. the wclchtof tho Burro in our win dow. GuessCards free with .every! Now is pnlcbaso in theso'departmefits.1 to-th- haveJinnorteda heard fr Giant Slaughter Como and Buy and Get a Burro for your Boys. r ALL IN THE J 3 7 98 the 'Time and the Opportunity to Fit out for Winter J Mnll Orders Filled Promptly. New Fall Catalogue New Ready. S9 KJdnho.125 Simon5on $hoe Mid CIofKinj C LOUISVILLE, KY. Market St., Bet. 4th and 5th. Scrofula, whether hereditary or acquired, is thoroughly expelled from the blood by Hood's SnrHaparilla, tho great blood purifier. GLIMPSE IN A MINT. Something: About the Processes of Coining Money. It 'is rather difficult to attempt a description of how money is made. Even encyclopaedias, which aro supposed to bo equal to any and nil emergencies, object to that. In a measure they are right. To get the best idea of tho multiple and minuto processes ot minting one must bu an eyo witness. It adds charm to tho proceedings to stand by the dusty furnaces, arranged in sentinel-lik- e rows, to seo them open their jaws and to look right down into tho fiery cavern, where insatiable tongu s of flame aro licking up tho molten masses of silver and gold. A day or two ago Officer Brown, standing beside a visitor who had watched with nil the fascination of a novico tho great iron mouths opening and closing, betrayed himself into a neat little explanation of tho process of minting motley. Officer Brown lias been many years at tho Mint, so tho visitor listened with interest, as to one who spoko with authority. Here is the process in a nushell : "Making monoy," said he, with ono of thoso eloquent waves of tho hand ho keeps by him to uso on explanatory occasions such as these, "is just liko making cake. You mix tho dough, wo mix the metal. You roll out tho dough into shape, wo roll out tho metal into bars. You cut tho dough into cakes, wo cut the metal into coins. Then wo stamp them. Tho metal left over is melted up and used again, just as tho cook gathers up tho loftover, rolls them again andcuta more cakes." In other words, an amount of metal, say tho equivalent of $90,000 in gold, which chemically is made up of 00 per cent, gold nnd 10 per cent, copper, is put into a blncklead crucible about the sizo of a peck measure. It is kept in tho fur- naco ono hour and fifteen minutes. Tho workmnn.watches his gold as .sacrodlyvas tho codVlusr cakes, flndh'on;tjiem0lten liquid is broughfto tho proper "consistency ho takes a d black-lea- d cup, about thejuzejluit jvould fit ,a moiikey'a head, and dips up $2,000 worth of tho metal at n time, pouring it out again with that marvellous dexterity which only comes from practice into p molds holding $1,000 each, Nothing can bo moro beautiful than tho fiery stream' of young nnd pure gold as it glides' into 'tho locked arms of tho iron mould. When tho liquid solidifies it forms a bar, or, to bo technically t, an ingot about twolvo inches long and about half an inch thick. Thcso ingots 'aro 'subjected fo a process of rolling out which lengthens them without increasing tho width. Tho bars aro then ready to bo cut, Ono machine cuts tho coin, another stamps them after tho process of milling has been performed. Milling, in Mint parlance, has som'o-whof a different signification than in ordinary vernacular. It signifies tho rolling over of tho edgo of tho coin preparatory to stamping it witli the minuto tlentlculations, which aro commonly known as the milling, Tho latter is part of tho process of stamping, and is done at tho timo that tho signet U put on tho coin, Speaking of stamping introduces tho largo corps of vomon who form a part of tho working force at tho Mint. About 100 of, thom nro elnployod, and they attend cntirfly to the adjusting' nnd stamping. It may be said in explanation of the process of tho term "adjust ing" hat every coin before it is shaped is carefully weighed. If too heavy tho edgo is 'dellcajely filed, .until tio coin is' of lawill' weight, if too light tho plcco is eat to bo, reiuelUxhy This process of three-cornerecor-recat lo impartial view of results makes this Interesting suggestion: Mr. Cleveland's administration was charged in no uncurtain tones to putinto force at once an experiment In tho way of lower tariff. It has so far not taken tho first outward step In that direction. Whatever may have been tho causes of tho panic, there is no question thnt uncertainty as to what tariff rntes' nro to bo sits heavily on mnny markets and interferes with the revival of work. We can hardly overlook tho possibility that this leisurely consideration of tho question may have come in as an aggravating causo of "tho lato unpleasantness." The Hepublican has undoubtedly hit upon ono of tho causes of tho recent Democratic collapse. The business and manufacturing interests of tho country have had a long year of doubt nnd uncertainty. They Imvo been moving in tho dark. They have been feeling their way. They have been beset by anxiety and by distrust. At tho last moment they have turned nnd struck n terrible blow at tho party from which they relief. Tho people have been affected in n similnr way. Tho doubt and uncertainty of the business men has been in tho nature of a contagion. Whntever paraly ses business creates dissatisfaction'nuToug mo people, isincc last November the anxiety of business men nnd mnnufuc-turere- s was fed by its own fears until it was nn easy matter to create n panic by attributing the export of gold to the Sherman law. Tho condition of affairs thus created has led to apathy among Democrats nnd to downright opposition to tho party by tho business interests, that have heretofore given it their support. In Now York the Democratic vote was moro than a hundred thousand ballots short of Inst yenr's record. This proportion will hold good in nil tho states that voted last Tuesday. Ono of tho main causes of tho collapse was Democratic delay in putting tho tariff and financial policies of tho party in operation. Tho people nro both doubtful and impatient. They can find no reason or excuse for tho delay that hasoccured slnco March 4th, nor can any Democrat who will look at tho situation from tho point of view of a busi-ncs- s man. lTllO result would haVt- - been mnrn fn. vorablti to tho Democrats If congress had met in extra session in March past and reduced tho tariff to a rovonuo basis. Then the business and industrial Interests of tho country would no longer lmvo been in doubt. They would havo known how to adjust their affairs, their ordore, their contracts, to tho now system, nod by this timo everything would havo been working smoothly. It Is putting an extreme case to say that tho adoption of a free trndo measure would have been better than tho doubt and uncertainty that lmvo been occasioned by Democratic delay, but. Mint Opinion is justified by tho results in Ohio.Jpwa, New York and Massachusetts. All that tho merchants, business men nnd manufacturers of this country need is some gauge, or measure by which they can govern their contracts and Thoy can tako caro of their undor free trade as they havo taken caro of if undor protection, but in a period of doubt uncertainty, such as thoy havo been compelled to endure slnco last November, thoir energies nro paralyzed their experience worthless and their judgment at sea. These arguments' aro not now to these columns. lastiMnrch, when callingor ah extra VesVioni of Congress, deal promptly withjtlio questlontoflkriff reform, wo urged.it "on tho grouaUthat it would banish uncertainty and. promote tho prosperity of business men Tho northern and eastern newspapers, during tho discussion of tho proposition for an extra session, took a census of the most prominent business men, and n majority of these declared thnt tariff JlSgislntlbn wot 4p'Vay with tho anxiety of merchants and manufacturers aud promoto confidence. This was ilia testimony of tho business s. pros-perity I am astonished at its work. Henry Gilbert, I.oxlngton. Tho Electropoiso will cure many cases ofdiseoso where nothing el6o will. It has worked like a charm in my family. Kcv. Geo. II. Means, Covington. It is certainly a wonderful instrument, and it is moro wonderful how it does its work, yet it does it. T .E. O. Urinley. (The veteran plow manufacturer of tho South), Louisville. Tho Electropoiso has been such n useful thing nbout tho house that we can not do without It. Frank F. Waller, Lawrenceburg, formerly Now Castle. Several of my acquaint mces have d much benefit from tho use of tho Electropoiso. J. Guthrie Coke, Kussellvillo. The 'poiso has cured me of kidnoy and liVer trouble. J. p. Savage, 511 E. Gray street, Louisville. Tho Electropoiso hns been n great re- lief to me. Itev. T. IJ. Miller, Itussellvillo. The Electropoise has proved a great boon to mo. E. Crocket, Christlnnburg. I would rather lmvo an Electropoiso than Hot Springs foi Itheumatism. A. K. Marshall, North Fork. It is small but great. T. A. Dowden, Franklintown. There is wonderful good in it. J. S. Callaway, Smithfield. Tho wonder-workin- g gem. Itev. W. F. Wyatt, Morning View. Ispeakndvisedly about tho wonder wqrkingof tho Electropoiso as 1 have practiced medicino many years. Kcv. D. II. Marimon, Pittsburgh, Ky. If you will send your name or thnt of some invalid friend we , will send you copies of letters from thonbovo parties and from hundreds of others; people you know from every section of this nnd In Hawaii. The position concerning tho Hawaiian Islands taken by tho administration of President Cleveland is only a return to tho traditional policy of the American republic In Wellington's farewell address ho warned our people against what is now termed "a vigorous foreign policy,'' and from tho timo of Washington to tho time of Blaine tho motto of tho United States has been "Friendship for all nations, entangling nlllnnccs with none." Monroe doctrine, which The is only an extension of this policy, is no moron Monroo than n JciTcrsouinu doctrine. Under thcso traditions the foreign policy, of tho United States has commanded the respect of all nations. Blaine, when Secretary of State, under Gartleld, mndo a distinct departure from this policy, mul a foreign war was prevented simply by the obsasstuation of Gartleld. When Harrison was elected Blaine again became Foreign Minister, and proclaimed anew tho jingo policy. It failed nt every point and injured greatly tho prestige of tho United States. The revolt in Hawaii and tho treaty of annexation tho results of force and fraud were tho last attempt to redeem a policy which ignored any obligations on our part to respect tho rights of nations weaker than oursolves. It was inevitable that the Blaine policy should under Cleveland be revised. Immediately Mr. Cleveland withdrew tho trenty of annexation, and now follows tho withdrawal of all military support given to tho carpet-bagovernment in Hawaii. But it is said tho Queen of the Hawaiian Island is n "nigger" nnd that her moral character is not above reproach. We fear both accusation nro true. But there is not a reigning family in Europe against which when accused thus of im morality tho chargo may not bo sustain-ed- i Tho Queen of England is abovo reproach, but at her death is the United States to undertake to prevent tho succession of the Prince of Wales? Tho Queen is not strictly speaking a negro; but sho is a half civilized person with a dark skin. But what sho is her subjects are, and tho revolutionists aro simply just such carpet-bagger-? ns wont South after the wnr, nnd took possession in tho namo of tho United States of South Carollnn and Louisiana. Manifestly such persons cannot bo sustained by the power of tho United Statis and when, as in Louisiana, the armed forco of tho United Suites is withdrawn tho carpet-ba- g government falls. Louisville Post. g carpet-baggers; other States testifying to tho curative powers of the Electropoise. Address DuUOIS & WEBB, Louisville, Ky. The Greatest Things. Tho deepest coal mine is in Belgium. 3,5.42 feet. The oldest known pbnmMs th6 song of Miriam. The oldest collection of poetry is the Book of Psalms. Tho deepest nrtosinn well is at Potsdam, 5,500 feet deep. Tho greatest marvel of modern times is tho printing press. The most wonderful clock is thut in Strosburg- - Cathedral. The largest city In tho world Is London 4,704,312 persons. Tho largest cataract in tho world is Ningrn, nearly a mile wide Tho tallest iron tower is tho Eiffel Monument ut Paris, 080 feet. The deepest silver mines In America aro tho Comstocks, 2,700 feet. Tho deepest mining shaft Is at Prist-drain Bohomla, 3,280 feet. Tho oldest cannon in tho world Is preserved In Constantinople. The oldest collego In tho United States is Harvard, founded in 1030. The largest building in tho United States is the Capitol at Washington. Tho largest bell In tho world is In tho Kremlin at Moscow, 432,000 pounds. Tho best whispering gallery Is In tho dome of St, Paul's Cathedral, in London. Tho largest university is Oxford; it has twenty-on- e colleges and five halls. Among tho incidents of childhood that stand out in bold relief, as our memory reverts to.tho days when we wore young, none ore moto prominent than severe sickness. The young mother vivh'ly remembers that it was Chamberlains Cough Itomedy cured her of croup, and in turn administers it to her own offspring nnd always with tho best results. For sale by A. K. Fisher, Clovcrport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, ing it. Tho wrong was in the attempt, and the prompt decision of thoso who had tho chief commercial interests in tho island at stake not to allow her to remain where she migiit again imperil them was natural. But Mr. Gresham in nil this sees only a trick to which Minister Stevens was a party. Aro wo to suppose that Mr. Stevens cajoled tho Qaecn into trying to destroy tho Constitution? Tho whole basis of the revolutionary uprising is igpored by the Secretary in his report, as well as the previous royal acts that had prepared tho way to that bold outrage. Tho American people' bclievb in tho divine right of revohltioii, where monarchu break faith, and endeavor to strangle constitutional government. Mr. Gresham treats this whole mutter ari though the cause of the revolution was of no account whatever. As to tho other matter involved, that of the landing of forces from the cruiser Boston, .Mr. Gresham prefers not to believe tho testimony of tho naval ofilcers and of Minister Stevens. His predecessor officially declared thnt this lauding was not mado until '"the two parties confronted each other in angry hostility, with every indication of an armed conflict at any moment," and further, that it was made "in conformity with standing Instructions" for tho protection of tho lives nnd property of American citizens. When tho marines did lnnd thoy "remained isolated and' inconspicuous until nfter tho success of tho Provisionnl Mr. Blount nnd Mr. Government." Gresham havo gathered nil tho facts they could to refute theso statements, based on tho reports of our dlplomutic and naval representatives then at Honolulu, and have decided against them on tho questions of judgment and veracity involved. That nlonarchy, if restored i.i Hawaii by our republic, will practically bo restored by overshadowing forco, cannot bo denied. Indeed,xwe probably havo at last the key to tho recent removal of Admiral Skenett from naval command there, and the assiimmcnt in his stead of nn ollicer less liable just now to that sympathy with tho present Government which seems to result from familiarity with tho affairs of tho Island. New York Sun. JMMiminnrm --S&tot J- 1 $m RATES: EVa EV PER DAY. I jjsj MmiU TLB JJ IT! J. . " TBI1 GREGORY WHARFMASTERS, ClIoVERPORT, CO. KENTUCKY. BANK OF "dt - - - Also Wholesale and ltctall Dealers In Yellow Pine Floorintj and Ceiling, Shingles, Lime, Laths, Cement, Hair, Brick, Blinds, Sash nnd Doors, and all kinds of Building Material. Sole Agents Tor ' Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $7 600. B. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. Q. W. BKAHD 1 ) - Homestead Fertilizere and Troy Bono Meal. MORRIS ESKRIDUB R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST - Diro tor If PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS & O'llcrsuccomnanleitwltli the cash promptly filled Louisville, St Louis Texas fi, R. Co. TABLErTSPH TIME SCHEDULE At 7:00 o'clck A. M. Unday, Juns 18. 189 ' Wot Bound Train) Eatt Bound Tram, Tnkliiir Effect 0INTMENT CURES HOTHIHG BUT PILES, 1 I M BT' Dally 6 30pm 6 45 Mall lixpr's STATIONS M 720 7 23 7 3(5 A Trtftni and CERTAIN CURE known for ID years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. hj BlCHlltDSOX HEII1CIH (O., SURE 8T. LOCI!. Dally 7 45am lv.Un'n P't ..ar 12 40pm 8 4Spm 8 00 Kentucky St. 12 !H 8 30 8 40 West Point 1145am 7 62 8 44 7 4 Howard 1140 8 69 91)6 Kxpr's Itxpr'. "Bally Dally Mail & 6 t ' 744 763 818 8 01 8 09 8 20 8 33 8 41 916 9 24 934 9 40 9 48 llrandcnhurL' e Hkron llock Haven I.onBnranch A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! Positively removea BONE SPAVIN, Ringbone, Splint, or Curb, IN 48 HOURS, 966 1004 CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! fSS spavin cub 845 8 64 1010 1018 1022 1025 1038 1043 1051 1103 1111 869 9 01 wuuoui ram, 915 920 932 9 41 9 48 Custon Irvlngton Wtbrter Lodiburg Pierce S...,ple Stephensport Addl.on Holt Sklllman Hawcavllle Petrle Lewfiport Powers Tales Kalcon Cavce Cloverport Shops 1117 1108 1068 1049 7 30 7 29 1040 1030 10 22 1014 1010 1002 V68 965 9 42 6 38 6 30 714 707 668 645 Til 937 967 9 27 S500 Reward For Failure or BilfiblMt Injury. Tills Is the Greatest Wonder of tho 15th Century, astonish. Idr, as ft does, the entire Veterinary world, Circulars fid Sworn Proofs Mail ed Free. IK 'BERLIN; 964 968 10 US 1021 10 33 1043 1116 U20 1120 916 90S 902 868 8 62 625 618 614 611 600 665 6 44 6 35 6 27 !' - 1142 Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. could not Improve tho quality If paid double tho prlco. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo is the best Salvo that can produce, or that monoy can buy. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. "Wo Why Liliuokalani Was Dethroned. Among tho extraordinary luetures of Secretary Greslmm's argument for Hawaiian royalty, ono which must bo noted is that it Ignores utterly tho causes whijh brought about tho revolution. All that ho has to say on this subject is that "Queen Liliuokalani announced her intention, on Saturday, Jan. 13, 1603, to proclaim a new Constitution, but tho opposition of her Ministers nnd others induced her to speedily change her purpose nnd mako public announcement of tho fact." Nearly all tho groat revolutions iu history havo boon tho result of an attempt of tho governing authority to trample on the rights of the governed. Tho fact that tho Queen of Hawaii was thwarted, and drew back in her purpose, ll.f nni lwfnrn It could ln rnnnnmimifixl shield lior from tho penalty of attempt Tho telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report thq putbreak of cholera nnow, in Berlin, 03 coses mid It) deaths being Dr. Guy Cheelnl, reported. Mo. S78 Canal St., New York. Just now, when nn epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the ularming possibiliLouIsve1Hadnsburg&Western R. R. ties, all stomach and bowel troubles assume an importance beyond the ordiNn 9 TIMC TADl c nary, and should meet with prompt TAKING EFFECT JULY 29. 1801. treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera in"bast Boundl'ralna iiciiuuuRu irains fantum, dlnrrhea, dysonlary, flux, colic Daily Dailv Dailv Dailv and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS. ex Sun. ex Sun No.6 No. 1 ency, distress aftor eating, eta, all point nothing nevy when we state Unit It pays to engage No. 2 No. f 11130am II.v Irvlngton Ar 9S0am conclusively to a bad condition of tho In n permanent, most liealiliy nnd pleasant uul. 12 10pm liarneid 835 i stomach and bowels, nnd all such disor- ncn, that returns u prollt fur every day's work. Harned Kucli I, the biulneirf we pfler the working class. 815 ders should bo corrected at once. 12 42 Hardinsburg We tench tliem how to muLv money ruplilly, and 760 Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown. W. guarantee every one who follows our Instructions 118 Kirk 715 130 Jolly O5 Vu., says : "Lightning Hot props is tho faithfully the making of V300.00 a month. 148 Glendeane Kvery on who tukes hold now and works will 644 best medicine I over used for pains ; for surely and speedily Increase their earning!; there 165 631 2 15pm arPallsilous-hlcramps and colic In children, ft can't bo can be no question about It; others now at work 614am 260 Hock vale are dolus It, and ypu, riader, can do the sumo, beat. For flux, itis.tho king." 664 302 Is Huth business that 629 Mr. It. L. IJlenkinshin, ofTooloy, W. Tlili had the best payingsecure. You willyou liaVo 314 ever Asklns the chance to 6 21 make a Vn., hns this to say ; "Last April I had 329 rial.. piluake If )ou fall to give It a trial nt pure 5 00 4O0pm ArFordsville Lv 4 45am f an extremely severe attack of diarrhea j frave grain, the sltuutlon, and act i)ulckly, you will directly find yourself In a most prosperous had twenty-on- e actions of iny bowels in business, which you and less than two hours. I took three doses large sumsat bf money. can surely makeonly a save THELOUISVILLf&ST.LOUISAIfl LIKE. The remits of few of Lightning Hot Drops nud it relieved hours' work will ollfn. equal a week's wages. Whether you nro old or touug, man Orwomnn.lt (L. B. A HT. L. R. R.) ino instantly," sucmakes no we Lightning Hot Drops Is tho safest, sur- cess will difference, litdo as verytell ypu, nnd meet you the start. Neither SHORTEST, QUICKEST est, quickest romedy over compounded experience or capital necessary. Those who work us nri rewarded. for for each nnd all of tho abovo complaints. for purtieutars, tree ? Why not write AND BEST MNK TO full K. O. AI.1.KN & CO., Moreover, Jt cures all pains, external and llox No. 4X0, Augusta, IUe internal, and is tho best safeguard known AND ALM'OlNTfl to destroy tho evil effects of a change of water or diet. Pleasant to tuko. Sweet South-Wea- k encd, children liko it. Lixhtuing Hot Drops is sold by nil dealors in medicino, d is Effect July 3, 1393, nt 25c, and 60c. n bottlo, on the guarantee s No relief, no nay. Try it onco. r ArrSt. Louis 7t20 pm .64J a m Bo not deceived. Look for Trado-Mar- k KwuvIHe Ii20 " , of natives gathering herbs. Mndo only NWIOn ra We. are prepared supply by Hrh Medicine Co.,rJpnngfleId. Ohio. 1065 1100 1103 1110 1118 1205pm 1216 1265m 835 8 22 621 618 612 4 4 4 4 68- Owensboro 1221 1224 1231 1238 12 48 U28 1135 1264 1160pm 1 10pm GrimtV 764 Stsnley 7 61 41, Worthlngton 7 43 Heads 7 35 4 01 Spottsvllle 727 364 flasketts 7 20 360 ar.Henders'n lv 7 05am MattWly '800 812 43 35 22 I- - i WE TELL YOU 7. 4- - St. Louis, Evansville West and Tiine-Car- Lumber pr mptly in large or small Its, frail ,purp ses. x LUMBER t HERON & OO. 1 y SULZER'S. 'CliOVBEP&RT, KY St.LorlliTin.jKy ' OUT Tleket Offle. AV' .,"!h.-K- f ".. MunriMm ! V VOL XVIII. rHEBRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1893. v T NO. 18 Wo have started, rf $10 Kile of Suits and Overcoats. Wo 1mvo put into this B.1I0 many lines of regular $15 goods. Tliero uro lino black and blue chcvloto; unfinished worsteds; "lawyers," "Globe" and "Wyboset"-cas8imeie- s and standard Koods in SUITd anil tliero are Kerseys, Mcltoos and Chinchillas in medium and heavy OVKKCOATSan' ULSTEKS With this as ns'itrt wo intend to mako a HPKOJA!.TYol 510 SUITS and OVKKCQATti mid to always ho able to fill an ordijr with the "bbt values on earth f.ir tho money." Send a cash MAIL OUUKH. Money refunded if good fail to please r express paid for 200 miles. "Woods sent C. O. I), subject to examination If express charges both ways are sent withjmler; and if goods nro taken express will be deducted. Try Levys pu.a mail order.for.CLOTH-IXG.l'TKNISINGS.SHOKSand HATS. Send your namo and address for LEVYS' MvlTEIt, our comic monthly paper. H - im I REMARKABLE CAREER AND Jf : Z wet IIJL . TRAGIC DEATH OF ELLEN QUINN.1 t? i A Pioneer School Ma'am Who Was an Absolute Ruler Over a Large Territory A Jude from Whose Decision There was no Appeal Her Ho roio Death. if " Sccl il Corrctpomlence of the - Bklcijebvim.k, Tex., Nf.vember miles 'south o th'is'place, nihl illness it you can. Physicians, four miles northwest of tho little city of AND tho world over, endorse It. Bowie, there is a sharp point of land Don't be deceived by Substitutes! rising abruptly abovo the prairie, and BEST VALUES ON known to"allithosurroundingcountry'as Uowp V. V AIIDranUU. ori by Queen's Peak. Its liistoryls closely 'asfended by one person ulono or by more. sociated with that of a woman who seems 'V to have como very near being queen in Doubtless, when they had drawn nearer and wero preparing to mako tho lust fareality as well as in, name. While' tho i WINTKK BTYTjES FOR FAIR WOMAN, M tal rush, sho dropped her rillo and used women of have their own building Ureses for winter wenr are well trimmpfl with fur. rllin nnn In fit. Mnt. is of lifnrv, blue clieiiot 8"iyo cut rince. Th fmck of the cuwn at tlm rMit in i.f n her heavy in Chicago for showing what they have with deadly effect. a ictinancnt character, nml I begin to del - and tlm HiiiU'rxkht t.iij hftjwicltiiif,is of old rosij tnffU itiip.il with bbok. A nuw that my chances of becoming younger arc THE POPULAR EAVOEITE adcb'inplishcd albhg' various lines', it uiay Certain it is that sho was game to the 13 buowiwu mo lett. slim. senile lUhlltty Is lost. Finally tho last cruel rush was exceeding vicious In my case I perhaps be worth while to call attention not due to habits, jet hae a habit of to what ono rough woman. 6f 'thoi Texas' made, and tho brayo teacher Queen had getting older each day. I have been Infirm for pushing in tho door, a roar liku that of a never levied any taxes on her subjects, given her lifo for thoso of her subjects. the last ten years. frontier accomplished in the latter days cannon Btnrtled tlicm, and on investiga- but received from thoso appearing beThis is from a family physician, who is All this took, time, and time was valuof tho 60s. It was in 1800 that Allen Quinn came tion it was found that a rusty old musket fore her enough gratuitous contributions able just then. There wero not more also n member of a Pension Otltco Board. In anser to yar inktry I wos c1u.uantcit with from Western North Carolina to.thiSi had discharged about a.douule. handful to make a royal income, all things con- than throe or four families then living part of Texas. .As would bo judged from .of. slugs into thofrgof with forccTe nougih sidered. Mio dispensed tills inconio within several miles of tho Peak, and the Martin White llefore Went In nrmcry and also - his fainerly physician, lie was rase iu a mile uf lier name, sho had Irish blood in her tolhoye killed'a filoiu! menhad fthoy with .royal generosity. Her school con- boy messenger had amplo time to notify inc. He was sonil when he went In the icrvlse, - - them and get them hidden iu tho timb- he coinpl.in ollcu times, Ills fingers hand Is drod veins, but it was mixed with a copions beon in tho way. Tho gun had evident- tinued until the very last. THK TltAOEDY. ered bank of tho creek. It must havo crucked he can't do manly labor to a grate exstrain of Indian, derived from tho Cher-okee- s ly been arranged so as to discharge its load Her death, however, was, as it should been after nightfall when tho summit of tent I was passen by where he was making rules that still inhabit a res'crvo among haruiellessly. r However, when tho affair last turner two years ago I tuck, noils he could tho Carolina mouutiuns. under got to bo generally known it was taken have been, tho climax and crowning tho Peak was finally stormed, and about not work as abel body he had to rest as long us Just as a warning of what tho teacher would point of her life. It was all that was 10 o'clock n forco of men camo galloping he worked, he complains of his nenct been stljl what circumstances she camo no onif seems to remember, but soon after com- do a second time, and was respected ac- necessary to make her subjects worship in from Clear Creek, having heard of the I senc him every two months or so an cant do eery-thin- g her, not almost, but altogether. threatened attack. The Indians still re- nothing to cure him. I give him almost Is ing she announced her intention to open cordingly. From that time on no they is fur stilT nervcj, but they still iutriider ever entered that school During the fall of 18C0 tho Comanclies maining loft under cover of tho night. of tho surrounda school for tho benefit IT. I don't think he can do nothing much. ' house by tho door, and as windows had began onco more to mako raids through r' "KISS-ME.- " Next morning tho settlers visited tho You have my examination of him in your otlice. ing country. It seemed as if the school llteri no) yefcomo into fashion in this part of tlijs portion of Texas Tho Comimches Peak. There, behind a big bowlder, on I'. S, Vou nro given some two much pensions I would likely benefit tho "country" S no sum that as there wero very few in Texas tho hous-- i was free from intrusion. havo been called tho Ishmaelites of tho tho veiy summit they found Ellen Quinn a plenty by medros drod perofmon(h which was ASSORTED PLAVOKS IN EACH CARTOON. ally now lalng In lor utalkin ,T)ie teacher always had a loaded rillo West, their hand being raised against tho prairie's queen, stiff and cold In habitants to get tho good of it. What i say they don't reserve it. silting in tho corner of tho school room every mail and every man's hand against death. Her body had been pierced fow men there were, however, got toby Ono more on the Pension Olllco itself. gether and put up n house for her. It during tcliool hours, and had it slung be- them. The quetn had formerly acquired half a dozen bullets and her scalp had This circular was pasted up not long ago; Members of the medical division are forbidden was the first school houso ever put up in hind her saddle as she rode. She was a almost as much intluenco over tho In- been taken. Itiffo and wero Montague county, and all things consid- fearless rider and an unerring shot. dians as sho had over the whites, and in both missing. Around tho barricade, to have their hats or clothing 011 preparatory to leaving otlice before 4 o'clock. ered, could hardly bo cited as a model of Thero jrns a general impression that she periods of open Indian hostility this in- down in tho timbor at its base, and out breaking this rule will be ch irged ith Any one this a demerwouhfsbooHo'klll If necessary? amP it fluence stood her iu good stead. Tho in the open prairie, they counted the architectural grace and elegance. It was it (if 15 minutes. Washington Capital. was probably well'fouiulcdtliough tliero Indians seemed to consider that her bodies of eleven From which this town tnkes it's name, does not Comanclies. That told mado of rough logs cut from the timber surrounding tho boso of what is now is no record of'her oversaving actually Indian blood mado her one of themselves tho story. It Cures afford tho weary traveler u moro refreshing draft And so allowed her to pass backward and No death in the whole of this pait of Parks' Cough Syrup cures Colds, known as Queen's Peak. It was situated justified It. There was ono lhan do tho irrisistiblo bargains that stand out so blatant blackguard, named Sturkc, forward to and from their camps un- Texas could havo moved tho people as Coughs.Croup mid Whooping Cough. about hnlfway,up and on tho southern boldly everyday in tho year inourstoro. It is tho talk who was onco heard to make filthy remolested. Though a cherokec, sho soon did hers, Sho could havo escaped by The standard home romedy in thousands sido in order to protect it from the cold acquired tho languagd of tho Comanclies. merely doing nothing, but sho deliber- of famslies for all lung diseases. of the country around, that our Northern winds of winter. There were marks in boast of his personal tpVweraj6f fascina- For a long time her influenco was suc ately clioso to die thnt the lives of some several reasons wljy this feite was, chosen. An Angry Gorilla, Wood was near at hand for building the tion for women generally. One night, cessful in protecting tho settlers- - around fifteen or twenty defenseless women and --New Youk, October 24. "Chiko," tho house and supplying the fires in winter, shortly afterward, his riderless mustang tho peak from any disturbance, but on children might bo saved. It was decided were, Very important ones camo up to the ranch whero. Starke had one occasion it failed. All tho men for to bury her and raise a monument to gorilla, was placed in his winter quarters wjdehritema can't bo beat or even duplicated in tho largest cities. totliu Texaus of those days. Water been wot king. Nobody ever happened forty mihs around had gone soma dis- her on tho Peak's mound for her, on in the Arsenal at Central Park yesterday Our motto is to sell ns low as wo can without romml could be obtaiued from a spring close at to And the body and nobody caredj to tance below to Clear Creek Canyon," which she labored in the school room afternoon. Tho gorilla was iu such an to tho general market. baud, and this also was not to be slight- look for it. Souih tupppsed the teacher toward which locality it had been re- and on which she died. Every ono for ungovernable rage that it was determinWo do not make great cuts wero mihs around attended ed. Moreover, the peak, though only a knew all about it, and she ni.iy or may ported that a largo band of the funeral. ed to K'lid for Alice, one of the elephants and reduction salos. Our prices speak for themselves not have done so. advancing. Wnilo tho country was thus Thero was no minister to preach, but it In the menagerie, and her presence had hundred or so feet above tho surroundWe keep a general lino of A Sl'l'KEME JUUOE. unprotected, a boy came was a solemn affair notwithstanding. n quieting ell'ect 011 tho big simian. One ing prairie, was tho highest point for miles around, and from its summit a After tho school at tho Peak had been dashing up on his pony and called to i no uouy was utiricu on ttio very sum- of tho men, Felix .McDonald, who was watch qould be kept for the. approach of going on for about two years, a singular tho queen that a band of nbout twenty mit and above it tho men piled up a vast helping in the transfer, camo within Indians or otLcrs hostile characters stato of affairs began gradualiy to como Comanclies were coming as fast as they heap of rough stones. These may bo arm's length of Chiko and was squeezed We sell them right, and wo pay tho highest market From it signals could bo given in case of into being. The famo of her school had could travel. Ho begged her to go meet seen there tightly against the bars, wliilu the aniA new sot ot people havo filled up tho mal did his utmost to drag in an arm, danger, and would probably bring assist- goho olit over all the surrounding country (hem and pacify them. price for Country Produco. When you visit tho Big "No" sho answered, sadly, "It's no surrounding country. ance in case thero wero any ono to see or Sho had exactly thoso accomplishments About all they anil was biting savagely but vainly at Spring don't fail to call at tho Largest Mercantile Eshear them. and exactly that turn o' mind calculated Use this time. Tholr blood's up because know about tho matter is that theso McDonald, who was rescued by the men tablishment in three counties. A QUKEK SCHOOL. to win for her the respect and admira- our men have gone to Clear Creek, and stones mark thogravoof an Indian named cutting away tho left side of his coat. thoy won't bo pacified You rido like Quoen, who was killed on tho summit By 3 o'clock tho monkey was in the School opened with four pupils, all of tion of tho men of tho frontier. Tho ret whom camo from tho only houso within sult was that they respected her. More tho wind and get all the women and after whom the peak was named. Thoy room formerly occupied by Crowley. two miles of tho place. Soon, however, than they trnsted her. More than that, children hid in tho creek bank. I'll should know tho wholo story. I afllrin Tho cage, however, was not quite ready, it began to lucreose as tho fact of its ex- they almost worshiped her-- By degrees hold tho Indians long enough for that. that neither T hermopylie nor tho Almao for men were nailing down n carpet, and Even as sho was speaking the indians showed any grander example of truo then the rest of the furniture, consisting istence began to bo noised abroad she acquired almost unlimited influence BIG SPRING, KY. through tho country. Grown men who over tho men for over 100 miles around. came in sigllt over a riso iu tho prairio. heroism than was shown here. I affirm of a mattress with blankets, a chair and a Tney would willingly have passed her that if the commemorative heap of stone small table, was put in. Then his cago had como to Texas when boys and ho They would como tc( her to settlo nil diswero 'M0 feet high instead of 30 it would was placed alougsldo his new homo and on " Tho Forms of Invitation used by had lived on tho frontier without putes. They would respect Jipr decision. by without molestation, but sho was (hey should not. Taking be none too high. tho rear sides of both raised. As soon as tho Kngjisli Nobility." Tho article is would con.o to school If any given man felt inclined to resist ho was in his new abode tho gate was at illustrated by tho facslmilo of cards to to MissfQuinn in order to redeem their her decision, such feeling was useless, as deliberate aim at long range, she fired P. W..IIoitN. onco lowered, and tho monkey was mad tlm Quean's drawing room, to dinner at lost time. They camo from anywhere every other man felt honor-boun- d to and ono Indian tumbled, from his horse. within 100 or 200 miles. Most of them help enforce it. If a question arose as to Then she, sprang upon tho topaiost stono with rago again. With yells and tho Princess of Wales, and to many A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. could come for only a few months consescreams it tore at tho bars, pounded with leading houses of Kngland. Finally,wo From the Troy (Kansas) Chief. tho ownership of stock the parties would of tho Peak, and standing nt full height, cutively, at. times when there was little bring the cattlo or horses involved up to sent qut a ringing yell and derisively Somo years ago wo wero very much tho forco of 11 sledge-hammat tho sides, havo a now and very curious story by to do on farm or ranch, but they put in the Peak. Each claimant would stato waved her gun. Tho boy waited to seo subject to sovoro spoils of cholera morbus; and with its feet tried to knock put tho Mark Twain, called" Tho Esquimau good work when thoy did eo'ine! For his sido of tho caso and call on any ono no more, but keeping the wooded baao and now when wo feel any of tho symp- bottom of tho cago. Theso blows had Maiden's Romance." It is iu his hap some months tho attendanco would run elso ho might choose to substantiate it. of tho Peak between himself and his toms that usually proceed that ailment; fully tho forco of a strong horse's kick piest vein and is illustrated by Dan. as high as thirty, and, then 'again, it If necessary, a glance would bo taken at pursuers, lie dashed off, as ho had beon such as sickness at the stomach, diarrhoea At last Antonla, his keeper, quieted him Heard. Tho Ncvombor number pro- would drop' down to three or four! Tuietc., wo become scary, Wo havo found with bananas. presents tho work of many artists, I the brands on the stock. Then camo the told. Iff I ll) Jl'1)JlV'. KIUKD ELKVK.V INDIANS.' tion was uniformly $3 per month. "Chiko" is 5 feet 7 inches tall, and among whom are: C. S. liuinhart, a "J decision, from which there was no apPhamborlain.'s Colic, Cholera and vj Sri 4804 No ono .ever knew the details of what Jtcmedy tho very tiling to straight-o- n when ho oxtonds his amis has a reach of Otto Guillonct, J. II. Harper, G. It must havo been an interesting sight peal. If a man was suspected of stealing I .."I .'( 4) -- 1, iKNWft&Xffcfl' to seo.thu 'Jittlo roomicrowed wltfi big, stock or of committing murder, tho pro: happened after this. Tliero was" a naturono out in such cases, and always kept 0 feet. Ho is much more civilized than Hudson, Franz von Lonbnch, Georgo AT bearded 'cowboys poring over their cess was tho same. Tho prisoner told al barricado'of stones on top of tho Peak, it about. Wo are not writing this for a his neighbors, tho bushmen, for ho Wharton, Edwards, F. Schuyler Matbooks. Thoy probably had spurs jingling his story and his captors theirs. No le- and keeping behind it sho had' tho ad pay testimonial, but to lot our readers slcepes on a decent inattrcas, uses knife, thews, Dan Heard, W, L. Sontag, Jr., at their heels and big C. Hlrscliborg, J. (& dang- gal technicality ever thwarted tho ends vantage of her foes In tho open prairie. know what is a good tiling to keep'handy fork, spoon and pluto at his meals, and F. G. Attwood, ling from their belts, but tho black-haire- d August Fnuizon, Louis;J. of justice as administered in this court. Wo can imagine her determined look as in tho houso. For sale by A. it. Fisher, sits up at tho tabic Globo Democrat. Habert-Dyvr e little Indian-Iriswoman was mis- If the prisoner was considered guilty tho she shoved, cartridges into her Cloverport, and Witt it Meador, Head, J. N. I hit chins Hamilton GibAll that honesty, experience and skill son. tress, for all that. On ono occasion a big verdict was, "well, ho ought to dip." Sharp's, and bcr grim half smile when can do to produco a perfect pill, has beon (Mooter refused toobeysomo command j. i it) Buiueucu wouiuoo executed assoon she saw n Bhot tako effect. Tho Indians employed in making DoWllt's Little Littlo vcgetablo health producers: De- sho had given him. Going to tho old as passed A casorcould be dispoeed of seem finally to havo taken positions Curiosities of tho Pension Office. t Ui6..tlmber around tho Peak, and alt.lftillifrtu ..,!... it,, o .ntnl. II, flour sack in which sho kept a collection vy iiu'iviv y"-.Hero aro somo affidavits from physi- Early ltlsors. Tho result is a specific for Witt's Little Kaily Hiscrs curo malarious lj 1 i' ft sick headacho, billiousness and constipa- disorders and regulate tho stomach and of her misecollaneous belongings, sho tho present tirno would occupy the at then gradually to havo drawn their lines cians, sent to tho . j 9:1 J I'd x Pension Bureau, somo tion. A. It. Fislior, Cloverport, and bowels, which prevents headacho and Doubtless thoy of thoin from tho Medical Board gathered up a handful of black popper. tontion of tho court as many months, if nearer tho summit. - A IU t, ,iJtitM4tui irifrjeUVM ,tuM'&4 doctors Witt ct Meador, Hardinsburg. dizziness. A. It. Fisher, Cloverpoi, and Sho had probably prepared this for just not years. On one occasion a mere boy wero unable to fell whether it was de in dlllerent parts of the country. U fvftffjji) ;L) S n wviianH Witt ct Meador, Hardinsburg. such emergencies, and boforo her recal- was brought up under accusation of murWe find dulncss of this man's heart and the Twain's Latest Romance of an Mark citrant pupil know what was coming she der. Tho caso was clear against him, general symptoms that the book of Instructions The Sugar Crop. call for. In the centre was also seen a large red threw the pepper square into his oyes. and tho vpidict raiyas follows:'-- ! Esquimau Maiden. i mass as Urge as a small hen's egg, or rather Tho Indications point today to ono "w.eif, ;heljuthr; to yw.aucihe's The bully sprang to his feet with n roar A mogoziuo is usually satisfied with small egg, be the hen herself of dimensions of tho largest crop's of sugar cano over ' of pain, while tho rest of the scholBhout- - nothing but a kid. Give him a pony -ik feat osr is QUjtnr. stately or otherwise. I And a scar on the man's ono strong feature for tho montlw The bist is qcitiTT. harvested by the planters of Louisiana. ed uproarious approval of the act of dis- and let him go, but hang him if you find foot at the Junction of the solo with the upper. Cosmopolitan, however, presents for cipline. Trouble might have risen, but him within forty mi)es qt this place by "Pleaso give volco test for deafness." November no less than five very uuusual Tho yield of sugar last year, iu round numbors had been set down by a contho fellow's" eyes wero clear before morning." Answer of Board: ones. William Dean Howells gives the servative and enough to see how to shoot, had ho been sugar deal-o- r Tho boy left. Claimant's voice not characteristic of deafness first of tho iotters of tho traveller, who In this case. so inclined, a dozen of tho dovptees of as 450,000 pounds. Tho batuo auWhen the stato of affairs had lasted ... . n . A happyfamily i has beon visiting this country from, Al- 1 ne ciuununi alleges loss or. memory, but as thority, from tho presont outlook, says ? learrjfng grabbed him by arms, legs and some while a very natural metamorphosis TwaS thllB With tin .TnlmkniiR nflni. Wo Jmvo read Mr. Howells' we could not take it put and portions of his anatomy occured In tho namo of Peak. What had Truman II. had been rescued from tho nothing to say, only his' examine It, we have, trurian. other available CREAM that the yield this year may confidently statement, which we impressions of tho Altrurian; but in this jrrave by tho uso of Dr.Fcnncr's Kidney rate null. and carried him bodily to the foot of tho beforo been known as Q'uinn's Peak bebo expected to reach tho Very handsome and IlacUacho Cure. Ho writes: first letter wo havo the Altrurian'u Claimant can't read without glasses very peak. He was then infoYined tiialllf ho came changed into Queen's Peak, It is "My father died total of 550,000,000 pounds. This would of kidney disenso and of Now York , with somo combo an Incrcaso in yield of a full 100, 000, over entertjU' the school room again! or in probablo thnt at first the change was a I inherited it. Had become 60 bad that much, lie never could read much, tie never ments upon our government and society 000 any way rnioIeetcdr tho feacher,there more lapse in tho pronunciation, but medical treatment ceased to benefit mo learned. pounds over tho crop harvested lust YEARS Office letter. calculated to awaken the most conservaand would be a feast for Tjuzzards and coy nfter it was mado it seemed to impress of I was given ofer to die. Ono bottlo Has lod all Worm Romodfos. The claimant above named Is required to rile, tive minds . Tho second featurn of Tho year. The yjold, In fact, may bo Bald to Dr. Fenner'a Kidney and llacltacho bo tho greatest, which Louisiana bus over otes. Thu8waono un.ruly. pupil, i'e? tho hearers favorably, and it stuck. A Curo practically cured me, though I con- his sworn statement showing when, where, and EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Cosmopolitan is tho portion of the o - SOLD EVKnYWIIERE, produced Now Orleans Times Demo littlh later they b'gan very naturally to tinued it a llttfo longer to bo safe. My how he contracted ninllo debility) the cause of given up to color work , no less crat, digestion' Improved Tnftrt If HlCHinMO.1 1IDIC1SI to., ST. IOCIS. . any Himiliar case ever came up again. (tpeak of the mistress uf Queen's Peak as healed and I am at once, ray kidneys disability not alleged In his declaration Aled now a well man." Under act of June 17, iSqo, and that such disability than ten superb color illustrations being ' A'wAll.VItNl TO INTItUDKIlS: the Queen. It Bounded better fian Write hira at Busti, N. Y. Certain In all la not due to vicious habits, and Is to the best of presented for Wo have faith In the people. Our pothe flit timq in magazine, iFnnawhllo U'llon Quinii'was troubled' 'Miss Quinn," and so by that namo sho kidney diseascs.femalo complaints, back his. knowledge and belief, ot a permanent history, accompanying an article' by litical Institutions aro the best known acho, soreneM or lameness over back, by occasional travelers' frlfo", in passing is known even to tho present day. , , . stono in'bladder, otc. Also" tho Cheat Mrs. Itogcr A, Fryor on "Changes, to mankind, A glorious thing is uni Claiinttnt's answer;, through the country, would uso her, Ono may feel inclined to smile at this Hupv EuniFiKiit. removing- - promptly versal suffrage. It is llio bulwark of My ago is 70; I cannot say precisely when and In women's Costumes." Tho third feaall impure and, poisonous matter from school house as a lodging placo for tho rontior queen, but let it bo remembered SULZER'S. tho blood, curing skin eruptions and where Icontructed'scnledc!)illty. It has come ture Is "American Notes," by Walter our liberties. Through it our country night. Thoy would uso her supply of that she ruled a larger scope of country y scrofula, dyspepsia Mart disease, drop- pnqulto gradually. I teemed free fronf Iiesant, who was recently In America will continue to mako progress steadily firewood and besides, would detract than King Solomon did. Iler's was tho sy, rheumatism, drowsiness, at my birth; yet If I had not been born at and is doing Certain Chill Cho' dullness, the United States for tho and peaceful), to tho advantago of all. 18 TMA.a not tho beat remedy you hkvo vo are in tuo secontl eentuitry of Amer luuuiiuruiii mo cultural uieuuiiiiuBH ui mo ncuor Kinguom, loo, iuall natural re sleeplessness, constipation, headaches. far back at was, I am surol would not bo tuf. Cosmopolitan a la Pickens. Tho fourth lean independence under the Constltu- - qvor usort "ir V.'i".18 amI Fever fering with i so seriously as now. The most Money place, Uitc'iiigUtJn&t as a party wtfrp i iources, though not so populous. Sho given. refunded if satisfaction not eminent authoiitict arc money will ho refendod. Take borne a bottle agreed thnt old age It ol featuro is au article by General Undeau tion.-NY.- Sun. ' Joasaiit; to toko. lMc CO i y HfflKA mSEmKk ByHMii it w"Wmy', j&rKa3,MBKji'ffi. iwmi 7s ;t . 1 ll !s ono of tho first signs of poor hoalth. Coughs, Colds, Weak Lungs, Diseased Blood follow. Loss of Flesh LEVY" SUITS (LOUISVILLE; THIRD AND MARKET) Scott's Emulsion the Croam of Cod-Hv- or Oil, cures all of thesof weaknesses. Take It in time to avert w OVERCOAT -- K- -tt EARTH FOR THE PRICE. ccr-lai- 1 i "KISS-ME- " GUM,. Nearly Half a Million "Cakes Consumed Every Week. " WO GRIT, NO DSRT. is noc-turri- dl That Why Everybody Chews 1 The Big Sp ring loud-mouthe- . Stock and Prices .v. hus-tilo- s ;r ZS "gg 2 Staple Merchandise. . JACOB & MEYER, Under leaf I Diar-rhec- a"" s, h long-rang- in-si- BABBAGE'S '.' s ! sTy d WORMS! WHITE'S FOR 20 VERMIFUGE mag-nzln- char-BClc- M t It'en-ttrcl- ' to-da- . ct. inwiiHw mt MtmmtiiM-mfi- sence of conventionality, we all enter That tho Democrats should call a priBRANDENBURG. No heartily into tho.samo "swim." mary as early as February next. L. H. & W. TIME TABLE. "uppercrust," consequently no jealousies That John E. Monarch would like to WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER '22, 1893. Mrs. John Howard is up. OOI KO WIRT. or bickerings over social positionr Passenger Dally arr. Hsrdlmburg..lJj42 p.m. be endorsed for a second term. Little, Fannie Ditto is still quite sick oomo iabt. Grim winter has many pleasures then Jno, D. & V. 0. Babkage, Editors and Froptltt'ri Passenger That tho lato Republican victory has Dally arr. Hardlniburg.. 7:50 a.m Mr. Tim Coleman is slowly creeping in store for us with galttes ahead for the not run J. D. Beeler offthe track. towards recovery. holidays. li., St. li. & T. liocat Tltuo Card. Mr. Hardin Beard was visiting hero That Squire George Ilnrucd will loud 9 .42 a.m. Mall and Bxprsis golog East Mr. Sam Crccellus, Big Bend, was in last week. ' West -- 10.38 a.m. " tho Third partyites for Gonnly Judge, town last Saturday. " WEST VIEW. 0.00 p.m. tixrreis " But Bring us your country produce. W. and John Slaton's name will bo on their " Weit - . p.m. Charlio Coleman went to Corydon, Sheriff's ticket. Mrs. Woods returned home lust week. a.m. B. Hardin. fiooai jfrstght " Kast Ind,, Sunday to see his sister, Mrs. Byerly. 0.20 a.m. ' Weil " Mr. U. Royalty paid us a visit last M r. R. M. Jolly, Irvington, was in the Misses Lula and Nellie attended MOOLEYVILLE. week. city last Friday. last tho Wlliett Ashrrnft marriogo Mrs. Marshal Cundlff has been quite Prof P. B. Hnycs, Brnndcndurg, was in Miss Mary Dntschko was in town last Wednesday. sick. tho city last Monday. proclama-matio- n Gov. Brown has issued bis Mr. Fred Cron, from Alsace, Germany, week shopping. Thoroughbred bronzo turkeys for salo. Mr. R. T. Laslio was In town Saturday fixing, Thursday, November 30th Misses Durbin, who have typhoid fever is holding us spell bound by his fino Mrs. Taylor Beard. and Sunday. as Thanksgiving Day. Clarionet performace. Mr. Burrel Beard says ho will bo a are convalescent. Born, to the wife of S. M. Henninger, Mesdamcs John K. Ditto, Cal HenMisses Jennio Stallman and NoraMnn-nin- g 'Where stands Congressman Caruth, candidate for jailer. dricks and Abo Ditto were in Louisville November 7th, a girl. wero in town last week. Mrs. John Lewis is visiting at her o while a Republican holds tho big Misses Cora and Essa Matthews went last week on a shopping tour. father's in the country. Miss Ada I lay den was in town last Louis-viilo- ? in tho Democratic city of Rov. T. M. Hawes and Mr. James to Hardinsburg Friday. Mr. Stuart DeJcinett moved to the week superintending a now carpet. Mrs. Stone is visiting her daughter, Hawcs, Louisville, came down last week jail rcsidenco last week. Mrs. Lum Severs, Union Star, paid her Mrs Goodman, this week. to see their sister, Mrs. D. W. Lewis. Several now scholars havo come in mother, Mrs. Pair, a visit lost week. J. Scott Harrison, the Democratio Miss Neddio Hunter is visiting relaInclement weather interfered with tho Harrison lias re- lately to attend college. brother of Health of tho community very good. "Aid" lost Friday night, but a few ven- -' tives and friends at this 'place. appointment as Surveyor of ceived an John Slaton moved his family last Miss Kato McGill, who has been quite tu red out, I'm not informed of tho Mr. W. D. Smith and Miss Corn MatCustoms at Kansas City. week to his farm at Rosottn. sick for sometime, is improving slowly. place of next meeting. thews attended church nt Cavo Spring The Chatauqua Circle will givo a pubWm. Solbrig, tho great timber man, I am sorry Miss Lucy Ditto did not Sunday. It is said at Washington, D C, that lic meeting on tho -- 2nd of December. was circulating recently among friends succeed in getting a position nt Anchor-agMrs. Lagcraida Davis, who has been Congresstho suit of Miss Pollard against Air. Jesse Eskridgo says be will bo a here. Lucy is a worthy, true girl and de- visiting her returned man Breckcnridgo will not likely como candidato for County Attorney next Mr. Paul Mills, of Rhodelia, was tho serves success. homo Wednesday. up for trial before spring. year. guest of Mary Kaufman, nee Warren, Mr. Tom Coleman is slowly improving Mrs. Emily Matthews and son returnMessrs. Phocianand Vivian Daniel aro last week. but impatient to think ho cannot be at ed from Louisviilo Tuesday. They reJohn Slaton has settled down right in Miss Mahala Greenwell, who has been work on that Methodist church which port a pleasant time. of Populists. Ho is already hero visiting their grandmother, Mrs. V. a hot-be- d spending a few weeks with Mrs. W. Cart needs his personal supervision. organizing bis forces for the coming cam- Daniel. Mr. Goodman and family returned Mr. W. II. Bell bought a houso and near Union Star, came home last Sunday. paign. A fnll county ticket, bo says, Our merchants aro ordering hol'day from Grayson county Wednesday, where lot of Dr. A. M. Kincheloo last week for Miss Ellen O'Brynn, of Rhodelia, was goods already and before you know it, thoy havo been visiting relatives and will be put out. $500. tho guest of hor sister, Mrs. Egart, last tho season of which brings to- friends. CoN'anEss will reconveno in a short Mrs. Ben Lay, Stephensport, was in week, and attended the Jarboo O'Bryan gether our scattered flock, will bo upon Mr. Noah Basbam and wife have been time and tho President's messago is look- the city last Monday, tho guest of Mrs. nuptials. us. visiting friends nt this place tho past ed forward to with general interest. Not J. A. Witt. Our new preacher, Bro. Hartfort was Ernest Fontaine, who has been with week. Wo wero glad to seo them with particularly by Democrats, but by peo-pl- o Mr. Walter J. Piggott's family have with us last week and delivered an excel- his uncle Morgan Fontaine, of Louisville, us again. of all parties. " lias returned homo and left Monday for moved from their farm, near Bewloyvillo lent sermon at tho new church A young fellow of our town seems to last Sunday. Hardinsburg to enter Prof. 8hncklett's bo all smiles this week, but wo can well to this place. Gov. Brown bos not yet indicated what school. Mr. B. F. Parr, Manchester, Ills., formTho railroad case is still hanging fire account for that some littlogirl is visiting should bo done with our Stato exhibit The inusicalo nt Mrs. Geo. Reiman's at this place. in Louisville, but may bo reached ono erly of Mooleyvillo is well and highly at tho World's Fair. Ought ho to let it day this pleased with bis school. He sends res- lost Wednesday night was enjoyed by a week. Mr. Sam Henninger has had a new off to tho highest bidder, or order it to W. D. Carman at Custer, Ky., has pects to his Breckenridgo county friends. few lovers of music as well as tho "poetry addition made to his dwelling and also Frankfort for a permanent show someJ. F. Jarboo and Miss Lum O'Bryan of motion" which was also a feature of had a new barn built which ndds a great transferred his tavern lieenso thero to R. where about tho State Capitol ? were married last Wednesday at St. the evening. L. Cook & Co. deal to tho, looks of the town. John T. Ditto, Louisville, was at The Deposit Bank of Owensboro bos Therisa's church. Bcv. Raoux officiatQuito a number of young people wont is estimated that 200,000 Kentuek-ian- s It ing. May their halryon day of wedlock church last Sunday minus that yellow haw hunting Sunday afternoon, but with visited the World's Fair. Assum- appealed tho case against R. G. Robertbo only the incipiency of brighter and rose. His man was beaten and he basks regret thoy returned with not enough ing that they spent an avcrago of $50 son and others happier days to come. in tho sunlight of Mayor Henry S.Tyler's to even black their mouths. apiece, wo have the immense total of Superintendent elect Driskcll will not Several couples from here attended municipal rule. $10,000,000 token out of Kentucky in the tako charge of his office January 1, but Mrs. Kato Tucker, wife of Jessio T. church at Sliiioh last Sunday atid were Dr. Pusey has la grippe and is quito Tucker, died November 3, after a long aud short space of six months. Ilopkins-vill- o in August 1694. well pleased with Bro. Wardrup's ser- sick. Dr. Wells has Boveral coses I hear Kentuckian. severe.illness. She passed from among the Mr. James Bishop, the popular travelmon. It was forcible, profund, without a and is riding day and night. Dr. Wells living, leaving a husband, children and ing salesman for Rosenburg, Mendell A waver of doubt. Thero was truth in all is a hustler and will do Ids utmost to quite a number of friends to mourn In tho State of Michigan, a conductor Fiexner was hero Monday. her he said. He calls a spado n spade nnd obey his own and Dr. Pusey's cnll too. and engineer have been held to auswer Wo oxtend to tho family our death. Miss Lula Jolly returned to Louisville handles it without gloves, even if it blisBro. Allen, presiding elder, preached grcutest sympathy. tho charge of manslaughter for running last week. Sho Inn a position in the ters. Wo nro inclined to believe ho is last Saturday and Sunday ut the quartera train contrary to orders, and causing District Attorney's ofiico thorc. made of Hint kind of stuff that made ly berviccs. He is quito an able man tho lo&s of life of a dozen or more people. UNION STAR. Mr. F. M. Popham nnd W. L. Beavin martyrs in olden time. A prompt legal investigation should foland an earnest speaker. Lovo least Sun Wm. Mitchell and Miss Melissa Cun- day nt u a. m. low in all railroad accidents, especially were here last week nnd renewed their Miss Gertie Elder, of Chenault, is vis emion mm uoiy com ningham wero married last week. Miss munion at 11 a. in. so when there is an intimation that some license tb retail liquors in Cloverport. iting Miss Blanche Severs. We can furnish you anything in tho Cunningham is the beautiful and only one has been derelect of duty. Tho young folks made up parties and Dr. Louis Goldstein, of Henderson, grocory or confectionary lino to get up a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mat Cunningstormed Mcsdames Herndon, Haynes, was a guest of R. C. Richardson ono day Just one word to our esteemed con- big thanksgiving dinner. W. B. Hardin. ham a refined nnd cultcred young lady, Reiman nnd Grinnell last week. It is last week. temporary tho Messenger. Thero is but Parties, who havo crops of fine Burloy and is worthy of tho greatest love and superfluous to add they had a jolly good Miss Sara Richardson returned home We offer to them our time. ono way to profit by defeat and that is tobacco for sale, will do well to see Mr. admiration. It is on tho progrnm to "storm" heartiest congratulations, and predict for several others this week. So look out after an extended visit to her sister in to study its causes and work to prevent Winebrinner, the tobacco buyer of our Hardinsburg. them a happy future, earnestly hoping for them. them in tho future. Thero is no use town. Misses Bertie French and Daisy Wal married lifo may bo a pleasant of whining over tho post. Wo have all Dick Ditto's case is dismissed by Dr. Mr. W. W. Vebsels lias been notified that their done bad enough God knows, and it will that his appointment to a position in the and prosperous ono with no cloud to Wells, who is ids physician instead o'f llngton spent Saturday with Misses Liss and Eva Caslunan. do no good to party or men to recall revenue service would bo made this darken its pathway or mnr its beauty. Dr. Pusey as I btated before. I wish to Miss Blanclio Frymire, Preston, spent Tho young husband nnd wifo are held in those things. Lot us get together and week. be accurate in every statement mado the highest esteem by our peopln and whenever any tiling is misrepresentedand Saturday in Union Star, the guest of stop our quiblhiKS and try to do better, it Mrs. Win. Lowry Milncr. Rovs. W, B. Rutledgo and John Dunchary with words of sincere congratulaand we'll do ourselves and our posterity is always duo to lack of correct informacan are in the midst of n big protracted tions. a service. Messrs. Kayo, Phelps anil Smyser, of tion. meeting at tho Clover Creek Baptist Como again Wolf Creek as you reLouisville, wero entertained by Dr. and I believe I have once before informed The next session of tho Kentucky church. marked of Mooleyvillo, your le'tters are Mrs. Wm. Mliner this week. Thero will bo on oyster supper at tho very interesting. When I wbs a "wee" you I was neither omnipresent nor omLegislature will bo looked forward to Messrs. Cunningham and Burch and Mattingly hotel next Saturday night lor school girl, Wolf Creek was my homo for niscient, so wheti you meet mo don't say w itb more than a passing interest by the "Oh! I'm so sorry so and so weren't in Miss Lafio Parr, of Chenault, were guests people of tho State. T1ih session being tho benefit of the Hardinsburg Normal several years. Those rocks and hills of Mr. and Mrs E. B. Gardner one day your column." Send your items limited to sixty days, causes a suspicion Coliegd. that surrounded the old school house on leavo them nt Nevilt &. Gough's in or last week. with among many, that not much business Rev. W. B. Sneed closed a successful which childish joys wero cherished I Grinnell, Tho Teachers Association convened at will bo done. But really it will be busirevival near A'ictoria lost Thursday. often reflect back to tlioso huppy days Will Miss Emma English, of Stephensport, this place last Saturday. About fifteen of additions to the with great pleasure A great numberof my ness from tho start, and there will not Thero were a number teachers were present and quito a num be much time for anything but business. church and several converted. old associates linvo married and many was married last Wednesday at Louisville Hotel to her brother-in-laMr. berof visitors. The members will have to work and if Mr. John Lewis, Henry and Mr. Mike havo sweetly and triumphantly passed Misses Ada and Myra Hanks and Miss they do so, they can find timo to givo the Lyddan were hero Monday to havo an from earth's labors and sorrows to a realm Frank Lacey, of Hopkinsvillc, Ky, Miss Stato all tho Legislation she needs. Tho overseer appointed over tho new road of rest and younger ones are now tho Emma is a neice of Mrs. J. K. Ditto and Mary Stahlmann, of Stephensport, were trouble has been heretofore, that there leading from Huyback to Irvington. society people of tho place, yet you all Mrs. Cal Hendricks. , Sho has many the guests of Miss Pink Rickelts Saturfriends here who extend congratulations. day and Sunday. has boen a great wasto of time during Tho Drane Hnrned case in tho Coun- seem dear to mo still. Mr. and Mrs Percy Beard, Misses Bes Dr. J. B. Alexander, of Louisville, or extended sessions. Mr. C. R. Conway, of Jacksonville, ty Court still attracts considerable inter"Junius" as wo all hero remember him sie and Mnrgret Beard, of Hardinsburg, est. It was called Monday but contin- 111., was tho guest of Miss Etta Parr, lost The Democratic leaders in Congress ued on account of some absent witnesses. week. He has been circulating nmong is President of the Kentucky, Fish nnd spent several days witli Mr. and Mrs. D, Game Club, since tho death of Maj J. S. Richardson this week. seem to be meeting with some strong opSome inquiry was mado from Rocky relatives and friends for several days and Fry Lawrencp, 'till next May when the position in their efforts to reform tho Misses Lena Gillllnnd, Maud Smith, left last week via Lcitchfield, Ky., to Walter Clark. Mr. Clark is tariff law. This opposition comes to Runabout Scwcll, Mrs. Laura visit his sister, Mrs. Kato Bradley, who annual election takesplace. Junius would Etta Allen farm near here, but making his bo a logical candidate of 'course, but he Flannery, of Wolf Creek and Mr. Jnbe from Democrats. Tho question is now on his arrangements to move West in a shoit is very low. Mr. Charley is a deserved- does not wish tho position. before tho Committee on Ways and Brashcnr spent Saturday with Mr. nnd ly popular and highly cultured young time Means, nnd tho opposition to reform tho Mrs. D. W. Lewis lias been very ill. Mrs. C. M. McGlothlnn. gontleman. Ho was raised in Meade Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Baldwin wero hero tariff comes from Southern Democounty where ho has a largo circle of An attack of apoploxy, partial paralysis. crats. In some of tho States in the Soutli last week. Mrs. Baldwin was granted friends. Ho left here sovernl years ago I'm only too happy to nnnounco her where largo manufacturing interests letters of Administration on the estate of to visit relatives in tito Western Suites veiy much better, hut still not entirely have grown up, Democrats are objecting her deceased daughter Miss Sallie Mat- and becoming so attached to the grand out of danger. "Clara" is a lovely warm to reducing tho tariff to a revenue basis. thew s. prairies and his surroundings, months hearted woman who has the esteem of Messrs Beard & Beeler havo closed out nnvo roueu uy ana numuercu They say that their industries must bo into years every one. We pray for her ultimate re protected and it can only bo done under their stock of drugs to Kincheloo, Mead-o- r ''tho' years of absenco havo only added covery. & Board. This throws all the drug improvements to him. 'Tis nmusing to a protective tariff. yessrs. Gabo and Fred. Meador were business of this place into tho hands of hear him relate in his jovial way his in town last Wednesday and went ncross the new firm. How's This ! travels anu experiences. L heard ono of tho river to enjoy seining. Mr. Gabe Mr. GusShellmanand wife, of Union ids old sweethearts (?) remark, he was made the biggist haul of the party. A Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo Star, aro visiting Mrs. Georgo Miller. better looking today than ho was ten flvo dollar gold pieco on the pebbly Mr. Shellman got his leg badly mashed years ago, I think ho should feel himcured by Hall's Catarrh cure. beach. . Good luck generally follows misup by a threshing machine lost sum- self elated by tho compliment and not fortune and I hopo this is only the preF. J. CHENEY & CO., Props. stay away ten years again. mer and is not ablo to be about yet, Toledo, O. lude to what's to como. Wo tho undersigned, have known F. Tho public meeting of tho Foreign The young folks had a gay time last TAR FORK. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and be- Missionary Society to bo held nt Mrs. week. Misses Lida Hayncs and Maude lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi- Daniel's has been changed from Friday Herndon inaugurated a series of imWeather cold and dry. Mra. Staru E. O'Fallon ness transactions and financially able to Dec. 1st to Tuesday Nov. 28th. Tho Go to Stono's store nnd get bargains. promptu entertainments in honor of of riqaa, 0., says the Fhr- carry out any obligation made by thoir regular monthly meeting will be held at elclans are Astonished, O. W. Stono is on a striko against high Mis3 Florence Toomy, who left Friday and look at her like on firm. Mrs. M. Board's FridayDec. 1st. accompanied by Miss Mnudo Herndon prices. West & Truax, Wholesalo Druggists, Miss Florence will go to Mrs. Ben Bates who was recently to Louisville. Mrs. Len Mattingly living a few miles Raised from the Dead Toledo, O. Walding, Klnnah t Marvin, South of hero is said to'bo quite ill and stricken witli paralysis is improving. Salem, N. 0., in a short while to cuter Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Wholesale C. W. Stone's store is full of new goods school. there is but little hopes of her recovery. Long and Torriblo lllnoss Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internal- Mrs. Mattingly is tho mother of Mrs. W. which ho is selling cheap for rash or Miss Annie Hay, who was nt ono time from Hood Poisoning; ly, acting directly upon the blood, nnd W. Vessels who was summoned in haste produce of Mcado county and who a resident Mr. Owen Rico has returned from taught school here, is now and lias been mucous surfaces of tho system. Price, toiler bedsido lat Saturday. Completely ' Cured by JTood'a 75c. per bottlo. Sold by nil Druggists. Mr. W. N. Drury, proprietor of tlio'i Mooleyville, whore ho went to havo a lor live yeard Secretary, Sarsapartlla. Testimonials free. cancer treated. and treasurer for tho Southern Ware-hous- o "Cash Store," Bewleyvllle, made an Mrs. Mary E. O'Fallon, a very Intelligent Mr. O. W. Stono is doing n good busiin Louisviilo will be married Dec, lady of IMqua, Ohio, was poisoned whllo asweek. Mr. Alonzo Bennett Letters From The People sisting physicians at en autopsy G years ago, is tho assignee. Liabilities ness considering tho financlul depression 12th to Mr. Arthur Dudley, a young lawof that place and soon terrible nicer broke out on Mr. Editor, will you please publish and no wonder, for ho soils very cheap. yer of l.ouisville. Tlioy will visit his head, arms, tonguo and throat Ilcr hair her about $2,000, principally to Louisville alt these notes for tho colored people V Mrs. Viola Martin, who recently visit- mother in Chicago and then tako up camo out Blio weighed hut 78 lbs., and saw creditors. AssetUubout $1,000. Wm. Poynter's conversation with a cited hor sister, Mrs. O. V. Stono, has been their abodo permanently in tho Golden to prospect of help. At lost tho began to Liconsed to marry : James V. Norris tako Hood's 8arsapar9feAmd at onco Imizen of CloverportKy. v.ery sick sinco she returnod to her home Stato where wo all trust fortune as golden proved; could soon got oafcMjed and walk. He said as follows :"I have a very good to Miss Emma L. Fisher, Wm. P. Coombs near Boonville, Ind. awaits them. She says i " I became perfectly cured by good as can bo ex- to Mary Lee Clark, Wm. H. Lt grand to school.yes I think as Stono is not in it to get rich, therefore Delia F. Hayncs, John C. Weedman to Nearly Thanksgiving and this month, pected during tho present condition of he will givo j on closo prices, good weight and am now a well woman. I weigh 128 lbs., affairs. I havo not any regular school Miss Highland Rollins, Joseph D. Taul and full measure, ho wants to go to so rich in evidence of God's blessings on to Miss Minnio Bland, James D. Srnton storehouse and granary, has brought us cat well and do the work for a large family. house. I am teaching in a dwelling. heaven when ho dies. few melancholy days. "Earth below is My case seems a wonderful rocovery and Hope tho good citizens will Boon build to Miss Mary Dilllan Adkisson, Ww,F, physicians look at mo In astonishment, as We learn that Mr. Pleasant Carlysle, u tceililng, Heaven is bright above." But, Pool to Miss Jauio Pear). almost Ilka one raised trout lUe dead." mM a colored school bouso to help diffuso prominent citizen of Warrick county, nevertheless, a page will soon turn over, THEY SAY. HOOD'S PlLLQ should, be la (Tery family an educational scntimont among these smWltln cbsit. One ussd, always prsf srrtd. That tho Third party will havo a full Ind., was recently shot and killed by a new chaptorbegin, when wo will comcolored youths at this city " Every body Nick Gentry at Boonevlile, Ind. ticket in tho field again next year. mence .torieB for winter's dark dayB. QUEENSWARE. do far as I have learned aro well satisfied Mr, J. T. Litsey, agent oftho Aetna Lifo There is a pleasant little assemblage of That Mr. Elijah Board will bou canwith their teacher and thinks that ho Now is your time to purchase Queens-war- e will teach them a progressive school re- didate for County Judge until November Insuranco Company, accompanied by us hero witla corJlul, social feoling exnnd Glassware, we have a tow 1801. V ( are more dependent, remnents left, and aro closing out at Dr. Knojr, of Whitesvlllo, was at Stone's ( isting. gardless of their very poor facilities. That you must call Bill Hook "Judge" store Monday, examining applicants for in tho winter season, ono upon tho other cost. Wo will make it to your Interest Respectfully Yours ' There is on entire ab to call. Babbage's, Jifo policies. for enjoyment. when ho geU home. People op run City. Coloked Breckenridge News. HARDINSBURG. thr BRRoKMtttfiaa m&w. oLbvfifipefMs ky. Progress In Your Interest A LARGER 11-- 15 SIX PAGES. STOCK post-ofllc- A Better Assortment. AUTUMN HANGS The Lucky Horse Shoe o. grand-daughte- OVER OUR DOOR It means " Good Luck to every buyer who gets inside of our store this season. "Gcth-semina- AN ENTIRE NEW Line of Seasonable Dress Goods, the latest patterns and weaves, at prices that will soon dump them off our counters. , t ( r'. w . ..-.r- v f t r-- " VEST DOGWOOD RUN. Thanksgiving Is Coining. Look outl you'll catch the mumps. Richard Hardin, left for Oweusboro last Wednesday. The big meeting has not had much success nt Concord yet. Jesso Pulliain has bought his brother Will Pulliara's farm. County Superintendent Moston was out the past week visiting tho schools. John Moreman has resigned his office as Chairman of tho Board of Trustees. Superintendent Maston appointed Scott Hatfield in his place. Mrs. Frank Stratton's mother is very And we want to remind you tlint it's sick at Mrs. Stratton's. almost ns easy to place an order with Rev. Hook, of Hardinsburg, will preach for tho necessary at Concord on Saturday night before the Sulzer's fourth Sunday in November. Peoplo are gathing corn when It is dry enough. Spread as it is to walk to their store, r. A DIES if you aro not fully decided on Needing r tonic, nr children that want building what you want for tho ' up, should tako nnowN'a 1HON IHTTEIIS. It Is pleasant to take, cures Malaria, Indiges- U y Thanksgiving tion, and Biliousness. All dca'ers keep lt ' .!. 4i 'i i' f ; SULZRR'S can tell you In a minute. They havo the materials that causo us all to say : ' u 'id) We i ' V LET US BE THANKFUL '. 'r , i 1 ) - , A Valuable Farm for Sale. Sinfire Is the title of our sa eon thepremisMtoAe highest bidder, or the price to be paldcaih In hand,one-thir- d and In equal In.tallmints, nilhu?""1" ,0.be Ibe purehater be' nl mK required to execute bonds lor laid deferred payment, with good and sufficient security p"dr!nir ' Pr cent. Interest from until P'J twVrs, nL?;!!tli0ni.0 ie,t uLan. n'r S!.nhOrVV0f s"aete1oefcul,fvna1iUoder?00d Dcscrlptlon-first,-cla- Seld,i".dilx,y. one Lh.f ". an; t. regarded a. One IlrkcnrTdge county. ,ald iwi ot lani j' and llardln.burif Is situated road, nine or evenly 4cresof the land fen" ""' Mgh NEW STORY. Soon to appear In tbeso columns. A two.story dwelling-houscoutalnW eleven room., I. sltu.ied on dThS"i"lrul ihadelree." " lth handm. nevcr l"B IJt I of the V T.hcrc ' lias twq good well In the water, barns and all necessary out houses. An abundance of water all ijver the farm. Person, wan stock fi,ri" a,nd ""U'lful home w lKdS Pae",c0.bar.dndhre.d0nda'",f",e- - " I. N. MKItCHn.McDnnlels Kv e, "'" book-keepe- r, Dr. J. L. Moormai, V. Hood's Sarsaparllla Resident Dentist Oiilco with Dr. J. Otvcii, Kaal Hud or Hrlilire. BrM kinds of Dental work dose and guaranteed, OLOVERPORT, KY. t. ' lalli-facti- i Children like, to tako "C. O. O. Certain Clilll Cure," the pleasant and Knaraiitcoil euro lbr Acuo and Malaria-Bet- ter than Qulnluo. JPrlco 50 THE BRRGKHNRIDGR NEWS, GLQYERPORT, CLIFTON MILLS. should be gathered. When alt this bus been done once nnd verified even to the alH, C. Haddock and E, J. Beiuichnmp teration of any mistakes, the joting dressWEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 18'.)3. maker will liavo luld the foundation of a county court Monday, good workwoman, and unless she is willing nttended to take the pains It is not worth Iter while J. W, Parr nnd wife visited relative8 J"t A BALLAD OF LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. to begin. CttRter Inst week. Write each persons measurement down Tig a subtly nwrct bubrcmIvu plira.ee. urgFrott Curt wns in town last wei-In tho little 1xxk, nnd In that way one can Hut tlui Blmlu soul who Is lurtil thereby muke a gown tho second or third time withing the hnjs to try some of lila new tax Will inul.o a Mirrow fur many da) a. out trying on nt nil. In secret oft will ho moan Mid cry receipts. To Mulsh tho waist the senilis must be .And vnt tho tlilmt a tremrnduus lie, If you meet Ilufus St. Clair nnd ho For It means, tlila phriuo that aoundi so fair, pros' rd as soon us the basting stitches ure A world of troublo and toll mid iaru out of those parts that Jolu the piece of the smiles, don't think nnytliing strange. edges hound or wild distracting wish to go wnist together, and the And a tiently overcast, notches being made in the It is a ten pound boy. Away from It soon and any wbvrc. I speak nf the things wlitrcof 1 krntr. cente,r to relieve the strain and hone casQuite n crowd of friends nnd relatives, ings run In when desired. Uoues make n It means all llttlvtransparcnt ways waist look much smoother, but some do of the Custer neighborhood, of Mr. nnd , To lildo away from tho common eye not care to havo tlieiu. When they nroutit Mrs. Win. Parr, visited tlieui Sunday. Tho fact that your bread and butter stays in, they should have the ends shaved off to In ) our desk; that you bako and boll and fry make them flexible Hiid holes boied In the The latest spark from tho election is In a single dish. Jtt means to try center with u hot needle so as to sew them that ttie populists havo made an asign-men- t. To bang our gatruents, the best you wear, trong. OLIVE IlAlU'KR. In n folding bed, that last despair Tho liabilities nro immense nnd Of honest souls; and, bitterest blow. If you can afford to be annoyed by tho assets arc Col. Mercer, Dr. Ben and It means a kltchcny parlor air. Bick headache nnd constipation, ..don't others. I speak of the things whereof I know. iiso Do Witt's Littlo Early Kisers for It means to shrink 'neath tho stern amaze Not long sinco wo heard that Board Of tho lordly butcher's and baker's oje. tlieso littlo pills will euro theni. At R. Dent, of Indian Territory, was dead. Apologizing in meek dispraise Fisher, Clovcrport, and Witt & Memlor, Wo hnve bcon informed that it wns nil n For your modest wants. To rave o- - stjrh. Uardinsburtr. Over the pangs of the bougbten pie. mistake. Board is very much alive nnd Tin to pray a strong, hcav'n reaching prayer For tho meal a man pronounces "square," yet'wnriy. And to be once more In llfo below , HAWAIL ' Our next door neighbors visit us and Frco from that peace destroying snare. I speak of tho things whereof I know. wo visit' them hut we don't think it is -- KY, Breckenridge News. m&trmssrrn'xniwKXMvmmm CONFLfl Between Panic Times and regular prices in Men's, Boys' ajid Children's Clothing has been adjusted by Julius" Winter & Co., corner Third and Market Streets, by putting Panic Prices on their (goods. i THE SLAUGHTER CONTINUES We name no low UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. i prices in the newspaper, but do that in ourt store. Ye who have 'tempted this llfo to share. ENVOY. Some Pause ere j o enter the tiger's lain Consider tho truth I .fain would show. For with hand on heart I firmly swear I speak of (ho things whereof I know. -- Corlutta Perry. Information Relative Fopnlation, Religion and merce of the Sandwich lands, to tho, worth while to have it published in the JULIUS WINTER &C0,coVSfKKET' CanulbulUjt In Suchnllen, The Vlndivostock, a newspaper published in eastern Siberia, reveals ii terrl-bi- o state of nffuiraamoiig tho convicts on the Island nf Snghallcn. It would appear that tho convicts thero have lieen treated by some of tho subordinate prison authorities jo harshly that tho governor of tho island has been obliged to Interfere for their protection. A warder nnmed Khanoff nnd somo of his assistants, who nt ono time were convicts thomsolves nnd had been raised to tho rank of jailers, have been removed from their posts. Khanoff's treatment of tho prisoners was so nbomlnnble that a number of them crippled themselves, cutting off fingers and toes, in order to bo treated as invalids and to bo freed from his terriblo cruelties. Others tied to tho impenetrable forest, whero thoy suffered nil of hunger. In a satchel belonging to a fugitivo convict who had been limited down Wero found somo pieces of human flesh. Investigation revealed that this man had been ono of a party of four, and that only ono of them now remained. Tho others had been killed nnd devoured by their comrades. Similar cases of cannibalism nro, according to tho Siberian journal, not infrequent. s ComIs- HOME DRESSMAKING. A FEW SIMPLE RULES FOR SECURING A GOOD FIT. the Most Difficult Seams of All to Haste. Finishing tho Wnlst ami Smoothing tli Seams Putting Ilnnes In the Waist Tin Necesslty For Cure. Copyright. 18U3, by American Press Association. - v To insure n perfect fit a lining otijcht t be tried on Mgalii liefore it is basted to tin outside, tho scums being left in the second time, and the whole should fit like wruc After this process It can bo basted upon tin outside with rntber long stitches. To cut the outside lay ono side of the lln ing on the double fold nnd basto it nil around lightly, but firmly, and then cut it exactly the same size as tho lining, with Inch margin to turn in tho front for but tons and buttonholes, nnd then rip it loosi to baste tho lining in permanently. The lines of basting down the middle al the waist line nro Intended to draw the lin ipg n half nn Inch fuller there than the out Bide. Where the bust is unusually full I V shaped notch In the lining tapering well out toward the arm size will be of great benefit to the general form, but the outsidi must bo pulled up nnd down so that it doci not show. Sometimes n V Is also taker under the arm. These thitigs must bo doni Tht on the judgment of the dressmaker. diagram will show how the fullness isto bt adjusted. It is really more "fullness" than gathers and is Intended to causa the out side to drnw u littlo right there uttho woisl line whero it is bo apt to wrinkle, and tbui the outside remains smooth nnd firm. When the gathering Is done, there should be n busting down through that part directly in the center of each piece, nud when that is done the bastings around each an Bet in in t sort of overhand stitch that makes n zigzag, and this makes the firmest basting. The lining should be held inside. The bastings being now sewed around every edge and seam, the different parts con be basted together, and if it is feasible tht waist can be tried on again. When the Beams are basted together, they should always start from the top, and when they are done they can be stitched up on the machine, great care being tuken to sew them on the outside of tho bastings, as they allow a slack of about two inches. After the waist is fitted tho darts are to s f bo cut out, nllowlng from to of an Inch seam, according to the quality of the goods. These senins arc sewed, beginning from a tapering point, and then they are laid apart and pressed fiat, being neatly trimmed and bound or over cast, and bone casings aro run on. Tho front Hide pieces are held a littlo full tinder the arm, and if tho bust is very full a few gathers can bo set in with benefit at the top of this piece. Tho top of the under arm and sido back pieces nro apttoget stretched, which make: a very unpleasant nnd inartistic bunch that nothing can correct. To prevent this run a basting thread with small stitches close to the upper edge whero five x's are marked. The center back pieces must be basted together, holding them perfectly straight and plain. It is a good plan to Btick n few pins at intervals to keep them from slipping or stretching. The sido back scams are tho most difficult of all to baste, and few of the best dressmakers even get them exnet. The following rules will insure success: 1. Baste the right side first, starting at tho top, holding back opposito tho Ave x's cosy, but not full, being careful not to stretch tho seam at this point, as it is bias. Always hold the back next to you. 2. The back just above the wnist lino should at the bo held a little full on the side-bacsame position. Uefore basting the left side pins two fasten the seams together with inches apart, holding tho back toward you and commencing to pin from the top. Take particular care to hold the back and side pieces at tho upper marked wulst line exactly as you did on the right side; then basto up the seam, beginning at the bottom. 1 one-bulthree-quarterk Tho Hawaiian group consists of eight islands with a total nrea of 0,040 square miles, and a population, according to tho census of 1890, of 89,000, of whom 68,714 wero males nnd 31,270 females, Tho'cx-ces- s ot b.rths over deaths in tho two years 1800 01 was but 201. Of this population 34,430 wero natives, 0,180 half castes, 7,403 natives of foreign parents, 15,301 Chinese, 12,300 Japanese, 8,002 Portugese, 1,028 Americans, 1,314 British, 1,034 Germans, 227 Norwegians, 70 French, 5S8 Polynesians nnd 110 other' foreigners. A century ngo tho population was estimated nt 200,000, which is doubtless an extravagant estimate; but that tho native population has rapidly decreased and is still decreasing is shown by the fact that since the census of 1884 it litis decreased 5,578. Tho foreign element, however, is rapidly increasing. Most of tho immigrants are Chinese and Japanese. All forms of religion are allowed nnd protected. There is nn Anglican church, with n Bishop nt the capital, and also a Hoinan Catholic Bishop and ministers of various denominations. Tho latest church statistics show 29,085 Protestants, 20.0S2 Itomnn Catholics, 72 Jews, 3,570 Mormons and 30,821 undesignated. Schools are established on nil tho islands, the appropriations for their supbeing $210,000. port for the years 1892-0Last year there wero 108 schools, with 392 teachers and 10,712 pupils. Of tho pupils, 5,353 wero nativo Hnwniians, 1,800 half castes nnd 2,253 Portuguese. Tho estimated revenues of tho government for tho two years 1800-9-2 wero $4, 408,033, and tho estimated expenditures for the eaine period $1,095,801. Tho revenue is largely derived from customs and internal taxes Tho bonded debt is $2, 314,000 and there is due depositors in the postal savings banks $003 102. Tho staple productions are snga and rice, but coflee, hides, bananas nnd wopl are also produced nnd exported. In 1791 the imports wero $7,430,000 and tho native exports wero $10,259,000. Tho chief exports in 1801 were: Sugar, 274,083,580 pounds; rice, 4,000,450 pounds: bananas, 110,000 bunches; wool, 07,110 pounds. Tho imports are mainly groceries and provisions, clothing, grain, timbor, (Machinery, hardwnro and cotton goods. Ninety-on- e per clnt of trade is with this country. miles of railThere nro some fifty-si- x way and 250 miles of telegraph lines, and it is said that nearly every family in Honolulu has its telephone. That qity is ulso lighted by electricity and has street railways. This will give tho render nn idea of the character of tho territory the government of "which Mr. Cleveland fcnls himsdlf called upon to intcr-fer- o with and to change, nt his pleasure. Cincinnati Tribune. 4 Nkws, as we. bhve seen several articles from tho editor in jegard to items. Yes John, tho Millors' nro good men nnd pay thpir taxes nnd wo havo sono good Democrats on tills sido of tho county whopaytheV taxes tbo. They say they wanTsonio of the pie and are going to havo It. My prediction is that Len will "vnnk" off a prqtty good slico when tho next primary comes off. ' Notice you first-clas- ! TV E:e; We will for the next thirty daj s sell s pnoiiiv Dry Goods House Will give you a Well John, thero is one thing "sarten" if you don't send some of thflso Clover-po- rt fellows up hero to put up dry goods we will havo to pay you a visit. Old Crimp Js right on us and no coat to cover our back. Send on your mnn to put up tho goods nnd wo will bo your mint Pete nil next summer. Do Witt's Witch Hnzel Salvo cures pies. Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures burns. DoWitt's Witch Ilnzel Salvo cures sores. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures ulrqrs. A. H, Fisher, Clovcrport, and Witti & Meador, Hardinshurg. GENESIS OF THE STEAMBOAT. trees for 6c each. It is just clear a Apple the cash at Trees good. in order to of piece 25c per. 100 Como in and see us while in town. surprise party in "I BARGAINS In bhoes and Clothing we will give you al 'hir 3 a regular picnic to1 ground. to be added when frees are shipped. W. R. Anclut Craft That Forcehudonred Modern Greyhound of the Sea. the Ono word describes it "perfection.' Wo refer to DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin diseases and Is n well known euro fqr piles. A. It. Fisher, Cloverpqrt, and Wilt & Mendor, Hardinshurg. STEPHENSPORT. Dr. L. Goldstein, of Henderson, spent several days here last week. Itov. Hartford is holding n series of meetings at tho M. E church here. Soveral from here attended tho Teacher's Association at Union Stnr Saturday. Miss Paulino Goldstien, of Henderson, spent Sunday night with Mrs. R. A. Smith; Ono of our young men "Wades" the river a great deal now nnd wo do not like it much. Miss Ella Smith, of Hardinsburg, Miss Leigh Isaacs, of Louisville, are guestsat Smith's hotel, Mrs. Joseph Adkisson, of Lodiburg, nnd three children nro visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Adkisson. Mr. Frank Lacy, of Ilopklnsvillo, and Miss Emma English, of Koberts' Bottom wero married nt the Louisville Hotel last Thursday. Tho brido was nttlred in n bluo cloth traveling costumo. The groom in tho usual black, The correspondent wishes them a long nnd happy j ' ' ' 'I V 'I Side front.- - L J 1? ltd IpM t&acK. nOW TO COT life. JMe acU WE Tho under arm seam comes next. Commence at the top and, holding the back, toward you, at tho upper waist line held full on ne front, the waist lines meeting. Baste tH) shoulder seams, holding the back to youand easing tho hack seatr. whero the five x's are. When the seams are pressed, nil the fullness will disappear. Tbo armholea should be stretched n little around tho front, which will prevent wrinkles, but tht best dressmakers make u crescent pod of si Ik .or muslin filled with cotton, which Alls out the hojlow place under tho arm. Tho row of x'm around the front of the armholeshowH where Itshould be stretched, and tfiPWronrt row rlimys whrnj tli sleeve OUTSIDE. Tutd at tfio Llura' Club. "No sooner wus I seated in tho chair than tho barber commented on the weather and directed a current of discourse into my ears. " 'Jo ne comprend pas said I, with on Inward chucklo, thinking his volubility would bo checked. "In very good French ho started in afresh. I looked nt him ns if bewildered nd then interrupted him by asklngt " 'Wus sagen Sier "Ho began to repeat in German all that he had been saying, when 1 shut him oft with t " 'Oh, talk to mo with your fingers. I'm deaf and dutnbP "Tenth. A good story is told of a stipendiary in a Yorkshire town, not This last mentioned boat was the first magistrate on tho side of leniency, who to err American steam vessol that can bo pro- given fined cabman for fast driving. a nounced a success. It made its first trjp heavily magistrate, denfter to Burlington in July, 1788. But, nftcr A few days longer tho than usual in tho tained rather all, it was not until after tho opening of was hurrying along to catch his tho present century that steam naviga- court, when, seeing an empty cab handy, life. In 1807 train tion started into actual hailed tho driver nnd directed him to Robert Fulton (who overy school child he to tho station, telling him that knows was an Americnn), in conjunction proceed pressed for timo. The ho was driver, with ono Robert R. Livingston, built the however, heedless of tho hint, kept to a and established a regular gentle trot. Clermont, say, I say, my man," packet service between New York and exclaimed the "I fare, with his head out of Albany. window, "drive faster than this!" Tho success of this undertaking was so tho bo done, sir," replied tho driver. satisfactory that four now boats were "It can't "Yo see, if wo drives faster we're had built before the end of 1811, at loast two afore tho 'beak,' and wo gots fined, of them being designed for servicoia oth- up wo has to be careful." Ho did not so er rivers. St. Louis Ropublic. alter his pace, and neither did the "beak" catch his train. London The Sinn In the Iron Static. A letter to Louvols by Louis XIV, Women Uaurers. written in ciplrer, has been long in tho Woraon are, as we know, invading archives of the ministry, of wur and has most trades and professions, but is init at length been deciphered. In it the teresting, says tho London Lady, nnd not king orders Louvolsi to arrest General to leurn thoy havo de Burlonde for having raised tho siege a littlo startling doubtful that ono of usury. taken to the. of Couti without permission, to send oven would hardly credit," said a "You well him to Pignerol nud to conceal his known solicitor recently, "what a hugo features under a loup, or black velvet women money lenders there mask. Tho ordorwas executed, and tho number of Munyof them have small presumption is thereto violent that tho aro about." private connections only, .obliging femi"Mnn I" tho Iron Mask" it was a black nine friends or acquaintances pressed for Genyelyct one with iron springs was amount of some dressmaker's or mileral de Burlonde. Tho story tallies with tho at interbill with temporary the known fact thnt the prisoner mado liner'sBut there are others loansgo in for who est. repeated attempts to communicate his it extensively advertiso, and, in fact, ndmo to soldiers) that ho was treated mako quite a lmndsoino income out of it with respect by his military jailers, nnd that Louis XV, who knew tho truth of llie Nurie. Ilutlneii. tho whole affair, declared it to bo a mat-to- r Tho Culler Do tho children mind yon Tho difficulty is of n Importance. to discover the king's motivo for such a when tho mother is out? Tho Nurss i don't require any mindprecaution, but he may havo feared discontent among his great officors or tho ing, ma'am, I was not hired for them to soldier)'. It muBt, howeyer, bo possiblo to mind me, but for me mind thorn. Now York Press. to discover from tho lists in tho war offico whether General do Burlondo Was Improvlne tho Uroed. recorded as "missing" or "dead" about "Why do you cut up such antics when tho right time, Saturday Review. you feed your turkeys, Mr. Farmer?" "Oh, I'm trying to mako gamo of Trlrka In All Trade. The young doctor was sitting in his them." Washington Star, consultation room chatting with a friend when some one entered tho outer office, Ho stepped out, and tho friend heard HSVVfP. him say: "Pray tako a scat I'll bo at liberty Do you wr them7 When next In need try a pair, in a few minutes." est In the world. Then he came back into (ho consulta$5.00 00 nitt. .aA jM'ii tion room and closed tho door after him. m, 5ft HOO H" ,,1K "I'll skip." said tho friend. s?nft jvriii 3.50 HHF.w 'iiiwum rm uaax tho world. Sit down," said "Not for the doctor, 2.50 2.00 "But you have a patient waiting." l.79-2.25 "Well, it's a vomunt Lot hor wait roR BOY 15 iniuutes.", about 2.00 rnn ufn "You may Ipso her business." f pir OVreK "On the contrary, I'll get it regularly. I always make them wait." "Why?" .. nnrQ sunr. !. inttahtMl ir "To give tho impression of a rush of business. It is tho only way to keep a itvle, don't pay $8 to $8, uy my W, $3.50, $4.00 or ini look and wpmati. ,U she thought I wasn't rushed $5 She. They lit equal to custom madevuirfootweaT. .... u tq death, she'd losoconfldenco in me and uur . ulf. If knu with. lo Hflfloniluln "-- ; iV. i an la dv Durcnai nr w, l, V"T. amm u. ninw u9uk Chicago Record. go somewhere "else price tUmped on the bottom, look for It when yo buy. W. T TvntTOIAS. Brockton, Xui. Sola br Tnh Printline of overv discrintion Forlialc by H', II. Hswner ii Han, I ClerorporttKjr finished in tho highest' style. Tit-Bit- s. The first steamboat was built by Dennis Papin, who navigated it safoly down Ihe Fuhla ns long ,ngo ns 1707.! Unfortunately this pioneer craft wns destroyed by jealous sailors, and even tho very memory of it was lost for of a century. In 1775 Perrier, another Frenchman, built nn experimental steam vessol at Paris. Eight years later, hi 1783, Joutfroy took up the idea that had been evolved by Papin nnd Perrier and built a steamer, which did good sorvico for some timo on tho Saone. The first American to attempt to apply steam to navigation wns John Fitch, a Connecticut mechanic, who made his initial experiments in the year 1785. To what extent Fitch was indebted to the threo illustrious French inventors named above wo are not informed, but that his models wero original there is not tho In tho first ho emleast doubt, ployed a largo pipe kettle for generating the steam, the motive power being side paddles worked after the fashion of oars on a common r6wboat. In tho second Fitch craft tho satno mode of propulsion was adopted with the exception that too paddles were mado to imitato a revolving wheel and wero fixed to tho stern r. clearly foreshadowing tho present three-quarters stern-wheele- Polk & Bro.( In Frozen Iliisul. In Russia, whoro tho cold is very intense, the markets nro very curious TOBINSPORT, IND. BABBAGE'S $1.75, genuine Calf, Lace or Congress. Wo mean business, wo arc not here to get down and wait for ,'somo ono to give us great big prices. Wo arc hero to sell and wq are doing it. Wo handle tho best of goods nnd defy competition. Though somo of our brothor merchants say we don't,.and we don't deny thb'fact that wo handle some Auction goods, and the prices will convince you ";.t that they aro well bought and worth the monoy. Now an extra heavy Canton Flannel Drawer 40c worth G0o ' . An extra heavy Drill Drawer at 35o. . f- Just received ono lot of Shoes that must go from 11.00 - i things. The mentis frozen; tho carcases of dead animals, ns sheep nnd pigs, stnnd upright outsido tho stalls: overything, even game nnd poultry, requires to bo thawed before it can bo cooked, nnd tho market people's dress is ns picturcsquo ns it is wnnn nnd comfortnble. Then the rivers are frozen over nil tho winter long, nnd so thick is tho ice that eVery ono can skato, any whero and any time. Stalls nro put up on the ico nnd busy markets held there. In tho Asintic part of Russia tho poo-pl- o live chiefly by hunting and fishing, and tho fur of tho Russian animals is very beautiful tho ermine, fox, sable, sea otter und others. At tho end of tho winter, when the snow molts, tho huntsman pursues tho elk, wearing long shoes, in which ho can glido over tho snow very quickly, while tho poor oik sinks into tho snow deeper and deeper overy step and is nt last overtaken nnd killed. Good Words. A Cubimin'. lCevenge. BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S Boys' Hat al 15c. Youths' Hat at 20c. Men's Caps at 20c. Men's Hats ut 35o. Men's Overcoats from $2.00 to 15.00. Boys' Overcoats from 75c. to $3.50. Youth's Overcoats from $3.00 to SG.50. Good Ginghams at GJc. .. i . m n p .... ,f mi... luubii vir ii. Humuu a biioo on earui a.i.ou can ior inein. iiie Men's Brogans from $1.00 to $1.75. Men's Fino shoes from $1.00 to 83.75. . 'A i. 4 V! t ..-- ,,t . , A.oi ' V "; "i Ladies' Cloaks must go between now and Christmas, in .fact everything in tho House if prices aro any inducement. BABBAGE'S BARGAIN COLUMN. Bring us your produce, butter, eggs, hides, moat, lard, Sorgham molasses. Rags'and feathers taken at tho highest in irkct prices. i JBST-Come and see us whether you wish to buy or not. Yours Truly, ' W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE frsjmz M ri 8H''iftYrJ mjiy 41.7s .mLxx. ju" Underwear at Babbago's. Babbngo's for underwear. HARDINSBURG, 5cY. Havo you bought your Underwear. If not, don't fail to sco SAM'I. RAY. K0DEKT P.. HARK. Babbago'B line. -O- Red Ties aro the latest. A good - WZEZEZEJULaZBIEB, WITH bo found at Babbage's selection can at Babbage's. Fino Candies -:- -:- Wo will let you wear our shirts if you will come in early and make j your Bolcctions and pay us tho inCO., significant prices wo ask for them. Prices won't stand in tho way if you want ono of our shirts. Your underwear is entirely too With Auction and Private Sales 'Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. gauzy for theso chilly mornings. CORN. Better, come in and get something WHIM I HE MARKET IIEl'OltTS! Choice white woolly and feel more comfortable. Choloe shelled Correctly weekly by I'uinphrey ,V I.aufcr, Iro CATTLE. We'll mako tho prices comfortable duce Commlislon Merchants, Jio Second Stliet. flood to extra rhlpplng..,.i 4 00 (& 4 25 Main and Market, I.oulivlllc, Ky. 3 60 fj 3 76 too. LOUISVILLE. KY., Nor. 14 lfaS. Light shipping, Best Butcher ,...... Q 3 65 Shipper! ihoulil mark all packages plainly, Medium to good butchers ,....,,,...,,.3 40 Q 3 25 Neckwear stylish and pretty 3 00 addresi. with iblpper'a name and H00S. worth 50 cents at 25 cents, BUTTKR. Choice packing and butchers 5 30 S 45 18 , Ifi Men's fancy all wool underwear, Cboloe, country , .'. 6 15 g) 6 64 Fair to good 11 Medium Roughs 8 60 0 75 13 Some- Common.. fine Royal ribbod goods. v Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under.3 00 3 25 30 . Creamery .,..,, 8HEBP. thing that will keep you warm this 1 BOOS. Oood to extra.shlpplng 2 75 (a 3 25 20 Prices on these goods Freih winter. Fair to good ,,.,! 60 & 2 50 J1KANS. LAMBS. I 75 to I 85 Michigan, hand picked right. flood to extra spring.. 4 60 & 4 75 1 40 to 1 8i .ndiaua Navy Fair to good Como in and mako your selec- Old or Common and colored.. .,..2 50 $4 00 , I 00 to I 20 DRIED tions while tho sizes nro intact and Apples, oholca APPLES AND PEACHES.to bright quarters. ..... 6 , reWo tho assortment complete, Apples, average i to 0L0VERP0RT RETAIL MARKET , Apples, old fer to our fall and winter under- Peaohes, new , 4 to 5 COEBICTID WKEKLT. Peaches, old i wear. pits, er pec ...... ..,,,... 4V, c. FEATHERS, M2U , o. uutter, per pound , 38 O , Trlme, white eose. Hero's a cincher: A fino Cheese, por pound , 15M20 c. , 2S (4 35 , Mixed Cabbage, per head JfelO c. Natural Gray. Men's Underwear, Old) 15 Chickens, each .2025 o. - 25 and tho prico and tho valuo is No, 1. duck Corn, per bushel, 45M80 o. HIDES, , Ducks, each , JOQSO c. 3 ,...,. honestly $5. Now if you aro open flreen, pood 3tf, Eggs, per doien.. 12e. , 6 5 Dry, Salt, good,,,.. New potitoes, per peck bargain, come Dry flint, good to a big bona-fid- o 20. c. 7 ,.. , ' 20'" e. Onions, per peclt : 20 80 around on Saturday and tako them Sheep skins Spring chlokens, eaqh,,, 1220c. 1'UU11KX. 55i(c. Wheat, por bushel n.,..,, at 83.75. Hens per lb Roasting ears, per doten , 10.' ;o. 12XA Roo ten per lb.,,..,. , 6 o. Tomatoes, per dot Don't answer thai lottor on Spring Chickens, per lb , 7 8 '16 c. Potatoes per peck 7 8 shabby note paper, como to us and Young Ducks per Jb ........ , 4 00 ($ 4 50 Sweet Beans , Dried 4 c. Oeeie, full featberd . Dried I'eaobes get something now and nobby in Turkeys 7 9 Dried Apples ..,........, ....,',..-r6'.o. ROOTS, this lino. Green Apples, per bushel.,.,,.,,...,,., ,76.c. 2 30 Ginseng, Ky, and Indiana,...,,,, ,..,.2,15 ,...,... , t 35, o. Turnips per bushel IS Whon you aro engaged then Yellow Root GAME. ... comes tho wedding stationery. Wo Rabbit' 1 40 I 20 76 W I 00 show a choice and elegant as"dtirt-me- Squtrrels 50 2 75 Quail -- , those goods. of WOOL. 25 All those World's Fair visitors Tubiwashed..,,, , ,,. 18 17 Grease, fin juk .yMrtitifii JQif ' , 1 Grease, coarse bought of Babbago. wear shirts Merino, '121 Hurry. and Cit...,. ......; BABBAGE'S KAYB, MATTINGLY & HOBENi B- Crescent Tobacco Warehouse, RAY & Eigman8d03n8?rt8' Proprietors. L0UISVI LLE, .W. post-offi- ii all-wo- ol w , ..,.,.,. ii Q (W) '4-o- . . nt 1 ..,,,,, -- 0 ... BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S ..,..,.... , ) XM TaIow,t (k 21 ,.. , liwiwax, 3,0 M 35 Molasses..., Sorghum HAY, GRAIN, FEED. on Louisville olty We quote prloei y fVUtiVJtLiUANKUUEJ. nharfl No, 2 oats Strictly choice Choice No. 2 PpodiMedium Mood Bright Straw., convince the most' ' skeptical that " C. C. C. Certain, Cough Cure" Is tho greatest remedy extant for tho CHro, of LaGrlppo, Croup, Coughs, , Colds, Ac, , A trial will OATS, 32 3S 13 00 12 00 11 00 6 60 HAY. ."..,', .,, ...10 00 to 10 60 U 00. .nt 4 75 Q f rr J M ,t aMsvtAmfwttsglf1 ,rfkS "WMfc. . ,MW tfrj)Mrr ji .'- -- - - -- " MM l1 'THE BRRGKEN RIDGE. NEW?, GLOVERPORT, KY, . ? MMyST stsuy. ?- $"$ . - - tip nt him shyly through tho tears of a moment before. "Who is thet?" she said. "Cynthia Dallas!" wife?" Sho looked TIIK END. hL..i w IIIIIIW.MIIHMII.IMII ', tf y y ' --- " T- - y m a ii b ft - yiTfc IK w vr 'MoWAIVtl as j v B - f 'OIb AftMNOtMCHT win thim; J fl . DKUMMwiiSu ana CHAPTER XV. habit n.u paui-iii- , uy mouioor our SI'liCIAL rORMULA QOLO CUR1J TAULBTS It was n joyful return to the Mosquito inirinKirrniiiipiiinnllrntnronllowtxl tlio free into of I.Iquor or Jlor A FEW valley ranch. Difficult Indeed would pnliio until hiioii tfnianatlioy Klialt volnntarllyRlf o thorn up. it bo to exaggerate tlio cntuusiajticwel-com- o Testimonials &. lio Rl'iu to plaro ButTcrera from anjr of ttirao linulta In communion.. AN INCIDENT OF GETT3BURQ of tlio impulsivo Kato; tho over.,u. niiun;inuiiiTuuuu?iiDccncumi uy UlOtlSOOI OUrTABLETS. joyed though restrained greeting of tho Ml! I 'fa 'PARI CYca mm r.. .in t... nil from parsons ArnlmX J.""" """ " " more conservative Edith, for in tho brief ind Its Pleasant Sequel in WashIf your driifrfflHt 1cmr not keep Uiem, cncloso ua Z .00 who havo boon Miss Stafford had interval of his nbsenco ington Elovcn Years Later. "" w"iy niiuru msii upacKUgnoi cured by tho uso of passed somo very lonely hours and had Wnto yonr nnmo nnd nddrrfliplnlnly, nnd stato Tho ndvanco of the Confederate line of found timo to realizo how much tho whether Tnblota aro for Tobacco, BlorphlInn or presonco or Uruco had grown to do to batllo commenced early on tho morning DO NOT BB DBCEIVCD Into pnrchaflng f Julyl, 1803, at Gettysburg. Tho In her. If sho had reflected with bitterness jiJ ","" iMiiwuaiiustiuiiia uinv nril lirailir The onto Ciikmical Co.: upon tho chango of his attitudo toward oireretl for khIo. Ask for HHiTj'O mtry division commanded by Major Hear Bin: I Imvo been nulnir votir euro lur luuarcu nauii, anu lutinu. 11 wouiu TABLETS and tako no other. her, if sho had found tho contrast beGen. John B. Gordon, of Georgia, wns Munuf ucturtd only by do what you claim for It. I used ten cent tween Miss Dallas and herself so overworth of ihoptronccstclicwliiir tobnico n dnv. among tle first to attack. Its objective flvo rlfriira; or I would pinoko whelming that sho almost pitied Bruco nod I rom TIIU3 WjT from ton to ono to forty Dine of totmcco. Hiuti ilicwed point was tho left of tho Second Corps of . for tho blindness of his own vision, thero nnd smoked for twentvUvo venrs. nnd two tmcknirca OHIO CHEMICAL CO,, tho Union army.' The daring commandwas nothing strango or unfeminino in all of your Tnblcts cured mo ho 1 Imvo no deplre for It. 1J.M. JAYLOKO, Leslie, AIlcl). this. er of that corps occupied a position so 81,63 A ED Opera Block, Donna Fennr. N. Y. ? Indeed, considering tho tender regard Tnp. Onto Chemical Co.: Gentlemen: Somo timo uco I cent far advanced beyond the main lino of the tho lady entertained for tho ranchman, LIMA, OHIO. for fl.ou worth of Tour Tablets for Tobacco Habit. 1 iccclvod Federal army that, while it invited at them nil rich t nnd. iiltfiotiirh 1 was both n henvvsmokcrnnd chewer. It was quito natural that sho should bo they did tho work tn ltvw tlmn threndnys. nm cured. PAnnruLAns tack, it placed him beyond tho reach of convinced that sho was tho ono person Truly yourB, MATJIEW JOHNSON, V. 0. Box 43. KICKERS FROM KICKERVILLE. ready support when the crisis of battle in tho wido world to mako him happy. PiTTsntmaii. I'A. FREE. aro neither Albinos nor museum freaks. They are the three hardy sons Tliee TnEOmoCnEMlCALCo.: Gentlemen: It elves mo nlcaattro to sneak a caino to hi in in the rush of charginglines Quito as natural was it that bIjo should nf 'Neighbor Smith, who lielotur' to the Eureka football Eli even, ineir sister are M V ann XtftTtl nt nmlurn. VAnfTahlnlo V nrirfletwl t nftin li.Anf .tmnfrl horrified at the chango in their pf rsonal appearance. bt. Nicholas. ho.uor.and throuirh nfilend. I wns led to try your Tablet. IIo was n heavy nnd m)ro extended than his own. Tlio Con. Beo nothing but misery for him in inconstant drinker, but nf tor usinir vour Tablets but threo davs ho nult drinklntr. dulging this uncxplainablo regard for fedcrnt.) advance was steady,-an-d it was and will not touch liquor of any kind. 1 have wnltod four month beforo wrlttntf Miss Dallas, that sho should believe you, lu order to know the euro was permanent. Yours truly, beneath her fett; the horizon whirled bravely met by the Unions troops, who J1IW. HELEN MOIiniSON. to bo tho victim of somo species of Bruco not request it. But was Miss Cynthia at around her. She felt in one brief instant for the first time found themselves enCincinnati. Ohio. enchantment, and that tho prestigo of her In mrnun. Onio CnruiriAL Co; The sunlight had gone from tho gaged in battle on the soil of tho North, I have used murnhlno. hvnodermlniillv. fop naven vnsrs. and havo boon rnreri lv f.ht iira nf own birth and position should inspire home? Mr. Jerrold stured again and as if the two packages of your Tablets, and wltbou t any effort on my part. reckoned she was. Miss Stafford thanked earth, tho vivid blue fain tho sky, and which until then had been virgin to the IJUTKO A Y. W. I. f bcrj with little but aversion and conhim nnd dashed away; in the direction the next she was, lyinr pruno upon tho war. It was "a far cry" from Richmond AildrcnM nil Ordora to tVUilll tUi UU1 lltUh weighed down bv tie mosses nt her feet, RESPONSIBLE to Gettysburg, yet Lee was in their front fActuatcd by theso feelings, tho fair Indicated, leaving tho cowman gazing AGENTS WANTED! Edith during tho first hours of his re Solemnly after" her. But as sho rodo gray, despairing mnnotouo that seemed and they seemed resolved to welcome 01, 03 and 00 Opera Block. LIMA, OHIO. (In writing pleaao mention this rwpeQ turn laid asido tho piquo that sho had Edith reflected iiikh: his gloomy benring suddenly to possess all things. Sho their Southern visitors "with bloody shown of Into and displayed an arch and and was not wilbout feeling that she pressed her .hands, over her eyes, burying hands to hospitable graves." But tho 4 TTT toward him playful manner that Bruco had onco was acting very gunerou-din the utterly seltUh pnrpos tlio had in her face deep down in tho soft lichens Federal flanks rested in air, and, being found irresistible Itwas tho old Edith, as if to shut out of sight tho dreadful turned, its line was badly broken and, whoso nameless graco and charm had mind. him borno to where he could receive Cynthia was in be Lrw-- , whither of reality which suddenly confronted her. despite its bravely resolute defence onco well nigh betrayed him into a decsurgical attendance. Then n quick tremor shook her, and. sho slfo had been inr-.c-i given to repairWE LEAD THEM ALL IN laration. For a timo ho appeared like lato Through her devoted ministrations ho was crying us if her heart would breal. against tho well ordered attack of the ono fascinated by a memory of tho past, ing. Sho was lying Jr. her hammock, so ho was really engaged to Miss Confederate veterans it was forced to fall was enabled to resume his command of And swinging-HstleMlto nnd fro, her half and Edith was about to congratulato herStafford. That was .tho end then. This back. tbo ''Excelisior Brigade," nnd add to ho self upon tho roturn of her influence closed eyes dreamily regarding tho ever man whom she had so trusted nnd beGordon's division wns in motion at a splendid reputation it had achieved unwhen ono morning sho beheld him saddlo swaying curtain of green abovo her lieved had been playing a doublo part double quick to seize and hold thu van- der Gen. Sickles, its first commander. his horso and rido away without taking head. Sho was happy happier than sho had with her and had called her out of the tage ground in his front, from which the New lcavo of her as of old. It was threo days Haven Evening Register. ignorant content of her early life, only bef oro ho again appeared at tho Mcsquito ever felt or known before. Ho was safe. to crush her with tho new joy ho had opposing lino had retreated, when le Ho had returned. Sho was content. saw djrectly in his path tho apparently valley ranch. For n Jaino back or for a pain in tho Oh, tho Miss Stafford needed no prompting as And yet in tho restful quiet of tho little awakened. she loved pity of it! And she dead body of a Union olllcer. He check-- d sido or cliost, try saturating a piece of had shown him so! Overcome Our stock is immense. Indies you will miss It if you don't to tho naturo of his journey. Tho direc- wood Cynthia could not but feel a pang his horse, 'and then observed, fr$m flannel with Chntnberlnln's l'nin Balm sec our great display in tion in which his horso had been headed or pity tor tho man who bad just left by the bitterness of this reflection, slit tho motion of tho eyes and lips, that the and binding it onto tho affected parts. settled that. But sho was grioved and her with no hoio in his eyes, to whoso sank down again and lay thero palo nnd indignant. "Without stopping to traco generous conduct much of tho present wretched, twining her fingers listlessly officer was still living. He at i.nce dis- This treatment will cure any ordinary IDIR-ES- S in the soft mosses, her eyes fixed on va- mounted, and seeing that the head of his case in one or two days, l'nin Balm also tho steps by which sho arrived at this joy sho folt was duo. Thero wns tho sound of a footstep cancy nnd oblivious, of all clso save this wounded focumn was lying in n depress- cures rheumatism. 60 cent bottle for salo outconclusion, sho felt herself terribly See eur special sale in DOMESTICS. raged and wronged. Sho was vindictivo without, and tho girl sprang to her feet ono mortifying, agonizing fact. 810.00 OVERCOATS. Beats All. Tho moments went slowly by. The ion in tho ground, placed under it n by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport and Witt & witii a sudden flush. Sho put both hands b c, Oinghams in consequence. Howbeit, sho resolved near-b- y knap sack. While raising him Meador, Hardinsburg. Men's Suits $6.48 worth, $10 00 OIngbam, best,...., 7Jc. Men's Suits $7.00 worth to mako ono moro determined effort tc to her head as if to effaco any disorder shadows shifted on the pino strown floor. nt the shoulders for that purpose he saw High overhead a squirrel that had II 00 6 c. Drown Cottod, full yard wide regain her ascendency. Sho would if of her tresses duo to her previous attiThe Spur and Not tho Brake. One Lot Doo Skin Jcani Pants for... 1.24 tude. A broad shaft of sunliuht slipping marked her grief dropped a cone down that tho blood was trickling from a bill-le- t possiblo rcmovo Bruco from tho influenco One Lot .Men's odd Coats Lihs Tho Hon. Thomas Brackett Reed BLANKETS. hole in tho back, nnd then knew that of this rural siren who was fast teach- through tho branches overhead steeped upon her as if in protest. A motionles' than Cost. Double 10li to 124. Prices rango from 9So red lizard, that at first teemed to sym- tho officer had bcon shot through the blocked tho corridors of tho Fifth Ave-nu- o ing him to forget tho requirements of his in glowing warmth her picturesquo faco Youth Suits for $3.50 worth , 5.00 pathize witli her, leered at her from nn breast. He then gavo him a drink from to $8 00. Hotel on Wednesday night, and rank of lifo. If in tho interval Cynthia, and figure. We have the latest Novelties in Comforts 85 o to $2.00. A moment of expectation, nnd Miss adjacent stone and was glowing visibly a flash of brandy nnd water, and as he beamed these joyful sentences nt tho finding hersolf abandoned, should decide Homo Spun, Double Ureaited hysterical. And then this irony of nato crown tho hopes of ono so suitnblo na Stafford, cool, erect and fastidious, holdreporters : revived said, bending over him ; CLOTHING. Children Sutts 98o to J.00 tho gloomy Mr. Jerrold, Miss Stafford ing her immaculate skirts in the gloved turo was dispelled by a footstep that "It Is certainly a wonderful victory, and o un"I am very sorry to seo you lu this usual 98o to $5.00 Buys Overcoats One Lot Men's Suits Melton Double that it may be salely regarded as a lull would renew her childish belief that "all fingers of her right hand, stepped within. camo quickly into tho bower. The condition. I am Gen. Gordon. Please popular expression which will do the country $3.48 to $IB.6o Men's Overcoats Breasted fur $10.00 north As sho did so sho toyed carelessly with squirrel flashed suddenly around a limb, 16,00 marriages wero mado in heaven." tho riding whip held in her left and nnd tho lizard rustled off into tho thick- tell mo who you aro. I wish to aid much flood. It will affect even the secret ses- Kerno-cha- n In this strait sho appealed to Come a jumping, Hop in a pair of our $1.24 BOOTS. slpns of the Committee on Ways and Mcnns. to fulfill n promise, given long be- gazed curiously about her. Their eyes et. Cynthia raired her eyes. Henry you all I can." EXCELLS ALL. Our great special Shoo and Boot sale will continim Tho answer came in feeble tones: The voice Is Joud enough to licnitrule where fore, to tako them on a fortnight's trip met. Miss Stafford bent her head coldly Bruco was standing over her, regarding mey are." until January 1st, nt these unreasonable low prices. DON'T MISS'IT. to Austin, tho capital of tho state. She ana permutea Cynthia tho slightest in- her with a curious, questioning glance. "Thank you, General. I am Brig-GeAs a full popular expression tho great She gavo him no word or sign of recogreminded him that her visit was draw- clination of her arched eyebrows. Tho Barlow, of New York. You can do nothTHE LEADING CASH BARGAIN STORE. ing to a close, and that tho timo was recognition of Miss Dallas was equally nition, Tho ono rief glanco with which ing moro for me. I am dying." Then, but sporadic Republican successes of last sho swept his fnco had in it tho scorn Tjcsday are equal to those cenuino and short in which to keep his word. Her cordial. An embarrassing pauso followed theso and contempt of tho injured woman. after a pause, he said; "Yes, you can; simple natural quorums which Mr. Refd indulgent host readily acquiesced. When this trip had been decided upon, civilities. Edith was the first to break it. Sho sprang to her feet, dashing away my wife is at tho headquarters of Gen. used to get by counting the bat pegs in "I supposo you uro surprised to scomo from her with a pasionato gesturo the Mende. If you survive tho battle please tho cloak roonis of the House. Those Phil Kernochan proposed that tho four BRANDENBURG. KY hnnd ho hail extended to her aid. Turn- let her know that I died doing my duty" should rido over to San Marcus on horse- hero," sho began, with moro embarrasssuccesses show that Republican nnd proback, it being necessary that ho and his ment of manner than sho had deemed ing her back uion him, sho bought tho Gen. Gordon replied : "Your message tectionist Iowa and Ohio and Massachupartner should arrango somo business possiblo. Sho glanced down at tho whip farthest corner of tho bower. if I live, shall surely bo given to your setts aro more Republican, nnd conseBruco wns astounded at this rccoption. matters beforo their departure Tho sho held lightly between her gloved finHo took a step or wo toward her und wife. Can I do nothing more for you?'' quently moro bitterly protectionist tian m,wmwii. gers. Cynthia remained quiet. proposal was received with favor. I I IMBBAI " . iT"V. ?: . hour Full Course. afTorilinr hltrh rultur In th B..l..n1. Altera brief pauso Gen. Barlow re- ever. What is, that to the Democrats? "Tlio fact is, Miss Dallas," Edith re- attempted to take her hands in his. Sho i Beforo sotting out Miss Stafford re ii.;ss.v f ;.dV XwdZ Ti "Z ; cowA'a,"Hw,'Kt ,.b,,!!,l, c,"'- ..i iies whipped them indignantly behind her sponded: "May God bless you. Only What do they care for the paired to her room, whero sho arrayed commenced, tho hesitation of her manvordict of .ReAddras V. Or. l J JrtJ.-iilil'- jr, w - -l'mt lxuixr.1 .ljT.VTr.T7n, , rfESWJL herself in tho faultless riding dress with ner lending an npparent sincerity to her nnd faced him with flashing eyes. In one thing more. Feel in the breastpock- publican States? They do not receive his ignorance of what hvl passed tho et of my coat the left breast and tako which sho had onco electrified Miss Dal- words, "tho fact is, I am going away directions from those States. las. As sho peered into her toilet mirror very soon, but I felt I could not do so young ranchman cast about him for out a packet of letters " As Gtin. GorRAILROAD SCRAP IRON. As to New York, what does tho result somo net of his that could havo caused thero was a grim rcsolvo about tho lines without thanking you for your kindness don unbottoned tlio coat show, save that tho peoplo dimitis-fie- d this sudden anger. aro of her mouth from which her quick to mo in being so good to Mr. Bruce." It Is Girefnllr Saved, Assorted ami Then Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. "Cynthia," ho said, breaking tho si- and took out tho packet tho seemingly and disgusted because tho DemoKohl by tlio Ciiniiunles. Cynthia raised her eyebrows and witted sex might havo argued no quarter dying soldier said: "Now please tnle crats have allowed lence, "what is tho meaning of this? I Nothing Roes to wnsto on a big railto a rival. And it was noticeable that stared blankly at Edith, turning her the spoliation of protho few additional hairpins with which head a little ono sido, very much as a am going away on nbr'wf trip to Austin. out one and read it to me. They aro tection to continuo and have not ypt road, nnd every scrap of iion nnd much wish that her words When Baby was slot, wo care her Caatoria. tho lady found it necessary to secure her bird will when doubtful if it has heard Ihavocomo to bid you goodby. Have from my wife. I made any effort to. stop It. The saulo secondhand material is valued at a fixed you no word to say to meV" shall bo tho last I hear in this world." ' disgust and dissatisfaction When sho was a Child, she cried for Castoria, price nnd on the books its so much raven tresses were placed in position al- aright. She grow a shado paler, but to stock on carried hand. Tho system Resting on ono kneo at his side, Gen. increase tlio Republican contributed When (he became Miss, she clung to Castoria, most fiercely very much as Miss Edith that sho was gratified if anything yu t $,WSrfz3x majorities in tho storekeeper's department followed by might have used a harpoon upon somo sho had dono had found favor with Miss of ono railWhen ahehad Children, she gave thenj Castoria, Gordon, in clear tones, but with tearful Massachusetts and Ohio and Iowa, road Is a sample of many. Tho second-ban- d Stafford. If look nnd manner, howover, . crcaturo that had excited her resentment. eyes, rend the letter. It wns tho missive Instead of looking back after setting metals nro gathered and placed in When her toilet was completed, sho counted for anything, it was quito eviof a noble woman to hor worthy husband their hands, to tho plough, tho Ways ami piles, regularly assorted. surveyed herself from head to foot crit- dent that tho tempernturo of Cynthia's whom sho know to bo in daily peril of Means Committee should Then they are classified by the foreically, but with evident approval, after gratification was indefinitely below zero. take tho elechis life, and with pious fervor breathed a tions as a warning against which sho opened a small jewel casket ''I mean by your riding over to his asdelay nnd man and taken into stock by tho storeprayer for his safety nnd commended weakness, tho Impressive OIUrUITCOCIIT. and taking from an inner recess a ring sistance in tho reckless fashion yon did," hint of a kick keeper or assistant. Thero nro regular Convenes at Uanllnsbarg seeond Monday in him to tho caro of tho God of battles. that tho American schedules she slipped it hurriedly upon tho third Miss Stafford continued. "It was really people uro not going used again,one of material which can bo February, May and October, which is finger of her left hand. It was a solitairo quito romantic and kind of you, you As the reading of tho letter ended, Gen. to T. K. MoBenth, Judge, Leltchaeld, Ky. stand any- - nonsense, nnd that they ex- ondhand, nnd another denominated sec Weed S Chelf, Commonwealth's Attorney, of material which diamond, largo and brilliant, nnd sho know quito what ono reads about, nnd Barlow said: "Thank you. Now please pect from the Democratic party a straight has to be melted beforo it can bo used, Elliabetbtown, Ky. passed her small handkerchief across it I wanted to to thank you. I told Mr. tear them nil up. I would not have nnd an V. (I, Ilabbage, Master Commissioner, liar honest tariff or revenue only, which fs known as scrap. onco or twice, catching tho morningsun-lighto- n Bruco so. J know ho.feels much as I do." dinsburg. Ky. them rend by others." no very perceptible ,chango Thero was a witli The classes aro arranged something tho flashing jewel nnd noting in it, ,no conses- F. K. ltbodea, Sheriff, MoDanlels, Ky. Gen. Gordon tore them into fragments sions to protection, nq freo how it graced her dimpled hand. But in Cynthia's manner while listening to list, no after tho following order: Steel scrap, f Charles Miller, llardlniburg, Ky. ii and scattered them on the "field" Deputies I W, I. Ramsey, Cloverport, Ky. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, B nnd Q. nt prices ranging thero was an expression in tho lady's this ingenuous statement. Apparently cowardly compromise of any sort. ( W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. and bladcd thick with steel. " sho grewsovernl inches taller under Miss dark eyes that was liardly reassuring. If tho peoplo "want protection, they from $28 n ton down; wrought iron, It. S. Sktllinan, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. Nos. 1, 2, 3 nnd 4; cast iron, Nos. 1, 2, 8 Tho ring was a mero memory with Stafford's patronage. Her lip curled perThen, pressing Gen. Barlow's hnnd, Gen. will look to tho Republicans Frank Beavln. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. for it, and and 4. Even bonnjrn nro Edith a souvenir of an attachment ceptibly, and her eyes flashed as sho imtnl.en into acGordon bade him goodby, and mounting they will tako it John Slaton, Juiler, Hardinsburg, Ky. straight. It would count, brass borings being credited nt from which tho sentiment had long plied very decidedly tliat sho was quito UIIONTVGIIDKT his horse, quickly joined his command. Convenes third Monday In eaoh month. pleaso Mr. Reed nnd tho other Republi- eight cent per poundi and brass scrap sinco faded a relio of an almost forgotnwaro what Mr, Uruco thought about it. Ho hastily penned a note on tho pom- cans very much to seo Thomas AdklisOn, Judge, Hardinsburg Ky. "Very possibly," Miss Stafford assentten past. Howbeit, although sho usuully tlie Ways and and copper at twelvo, Milton Board, Attorney, Hardinsburg, Ky. mel of his saddle, giving Gen. Barlow's Means Committee trim ed quietly, "but I was only telling you This material is shippqd to division woro no rings, sho pennittod it to and palter, blow John G. Monarch. Clerk. Hardlnihnr- -. K- Bruce took a step nearer to her. niessago to his wifo, but stated that he hot and cold, and bo only upon her finger that morning, and what ho said to mo, I am going away, llMUTi:iI,Y COUIt'aV half or quart- hendiiuarters when n carload has Sho waved him away with an imperiConvenes fourth Mondav In Mural, T.. was still living, though seriously wounddrawing her riding glovo quickly over you know wo aro both going away." ous gesturo. Hero it is dipoed of by tho er Democratic. Certain it is that if tho September and December tho gem sho joined tho mounted party Miss Stafford emphasized tho "both." IU AUISTKII I, "Thero is no need of it," sho said. "I ed, nnd informing her whero ho lay. Democrats do not daro to bo Democratic, storekeeper on order of UIh ohief, being lb DISTRICTS. shipped in carloads to b!g dealers in old at tho ranch gato, whero tho impatient "I thought yon ought to know how wo havo received your goodbys already from Addressing the note to "Mrs, Gen. Bar- but give In to a policy llABDlNSBURa. Courts on Wednesdsy sucmetals in largo citiea. Much of it goes to ceeding the first Monday In Maroh, Jnno SepPhil was calling loudly upon tho ladies felt in tho mutter." low at Gen. Meade's headquarters." he a her!" bastard protectionism, and thereby not Pittsburg, Cincinnati and such points. tember and Decembor. Magistrates, Den T. Tho ominous plural fell likoakncll to hurry. Bruco stared. Ho gavo a surprised handed it to ono of his staff, nnd told only break After dinner that afternoon, when upon Cynthia. Sho felt her breath grow their express engagement to Orders for as high as 500.000 pounds of Miller and Lum Waok. Constable, Lee Ilish-oHardinsburg Oity Kernochan nnd Bruco had left them to quick and short, and a sudden faintness glanco about him. Lying nt his feet him to place a white handkerchief upon tho country, but show thoir inability to ono kind of material aro occasionally re- Mayor) Dent Brown, Court. J. D. llmby, among Marshal) V. Q. transact tho incvitablo business, nnd seized her. But sho did not chango hor glovo of tho pino needles was a dainty his sword and rido in a gallop toward the carry out a policy of their own, tho dis- ceived from single firms. Most of tho Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first undressed kid. Ho recognized enemy's lino and deliver Kato, weary with tho morning's rido, had attitude Sho remained gazing steadtho note to Mrs asters of Tuesday will bo a picnic com- secondhand material Ih used over again Monday In Maroh, Juno, September jind as insisted on taking a siesta in spito of tho fastly up into tho benutiful fnco beforo it instautly ho belonging to Edith. In- Barlow. Tho officer promptly oboyed pared to in tho shoos, but It is previously tnknn voluntarily thoso that will como In 1890. stooped and picked up tho Ciovkbpoet. stuffy ntmosphero of tho San Marcus her. Thero was disdain in tho brown on tho bonks at a fixed price by the store- tho first Monday Courts Thursday suooeedlng perfumed trifle. It was redolent of its the order. Ho was not fired upon, and N.Y.Sun. In March, hotel, Edith was dominated by n sudden eyes, and sho felt it. keeper nnd Is charged up to tho account and Deoember. Magistrates,Juoe, September owner. Ho turned with n look of in- on being met by a Union officer, who Dudley energy, Sho leaned against a window of "And so you turned yourself into quiry' to Cynthia, of the nrticles for which it is used. A.H and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Thos, advanced for that purpose, tho uoto wns Tho OhioChcmlcalCo. publishes in this usable No. tho dreary parlor and gazed down tho Henry Brace's errand boy to let mo wrought Iron Is tecolved Keenan, Clovernort Cltv Court. nirii "Has Miss Stafford been here?" ho received and read, with tho assurance issue pf, the Biieckknhidqe News dusty road toward tho green foliago of know," sho replied calmly. "Well, now, asked almost stonily. Ho was an Ad nnd charged up at li cents a pound, nnd first Monday in Marcs, June, September and hardly that it should bo delivered instantly. wjdeh all slaves to hab.it should carefully cast iron nt ono cent. Philadelphia Call. December. Mayor, Charles Llghtfoot, i, tho rlvor. How cool it looked therol thct's kind of you, I'm suroj you reckprepared for tho icy brovity of her reply. James Humble ton, , And what a short distanco nwayj WJiat oned I was just natch'ullylyin awako Let us turn from Gettysburg to tho read and consider, atej, MoDjNULs.-Maglstr"Yes.' Henry It. Dean, was to prevent her going thero if she nights to get your approval, and ypu All tho talk in tho world will not con- Kock Valoj Sam W. Parsons, MoDanlels. "And sho told yon Iwas going away?' Capitol at Washington, whero eleven would? Sho answered this question by couldn't rest until you took this way of Conjlabla, Oeo. W. Bur4. Ruth. Courts at vince you so quickly as ono trial of Exactly Correct "Sho said you wero both going," said years later, Gen. Gordon held with honIlock on Friday succeeding the first Monordering tho sleepy proprietor to havo ahowin it. P'raps you'lj bo willin to Cynthia simply. Tho Witch Ilazol Salvo for scalds, day inVale words seemed to or, as now, a scat as Senator of the The Nelson Record sayd that a corresMaroh, June, Sentmiber and Decemher pony saddled and brought- to tho say, Miss Stafford, how long you've been choko her, but sho recovered herself with United States, and wns present burns, bruises, skin afiections and piles. ber, and at MoDanlels Tuesdays alter the secat a din- pondent who will smuggle a hialieious front gallery at onco. carryin his messages and runnin his er- an effort. "Sho showed mo tho ring that ner party given by Orlando B Potter, item against a person, commits nnofTense A. R. Fbher, Cloverport, Witt & Meador ond Monday In said months, Having succeeded in gaining tho sad- rands?'' Hudsokvilw. Magistrates, Geo. Harned, you gavo her and said sho wished to a Representative In Congress Custer i Henry 0. Dr.ne, Hudson. Constablo frgm.thq against tho paper. It is as if a burglar had Hardinsburg. dlo unassisted, with an ease and dush Sho throw back her head and laughed thank mo for my kindness to you." John Nevltt, Oonstantlne. Courts at Hudson, tliat left that worthy speechless and merrily as sho said this a laugh so muA Wlilow. to State of Now York. Upon Mr, Potter's entered tho offico and stolen something In spito of hersolf tho yllle on Wednesday succeeding the seeond staring, Miss Stafford rodo quiotlyout sical and clear that it seemed to ripplo tho girl's beautiful eyes. tears started Our house servnnt is a Japanese, o Mondsy In Maroh, June, September and An angry flush introducing to him n gentleman with tho of valuq thererom, Wo will not counter or town, w lien sho rcachou tho river, sho upward from tho very heart of joy. camo suddenly ovor as are tnot of hjs raco. Among his titlo of Gen. Barlow, Gen. Gordon ro nance personalities of what evor naturo. and at Ouster on Thursday following the faco of Bruce. t jtf Villi did not stop, but guiding her mustang Miss Stafford blushed crimson beneath nt'nn .. tliu 4.U...1J .'J ilia, tllHi fO nifjUUU, duties is taking caro of tho chickens. the same months, n!. u.w.. If .M ,,tiii., "It is strango that as one personally marked; BtwLKTVifcLK. skillfully across tho shallow ford sho hor merriment. It steeled her to adhero interested I Pie Be deal in news, not jokes nor malt Ono day ho chanced to find a nest of fino Magistrates, Illl'cy Dowell, this "Are you a rclativo of tho Gon. Bar- - ace. 0. Msrtin, turned in the shado of tho trees upon tho to her original purpose With a sirtden first," ho saidleant of "Am now for tho eggs at tiie harn.nway from tho chicken Irvlngt..n) 0.,,,,6,t' c,,art Dig Spring. Oon- dryly. to under- Iovvn gallant soldier, who was killed at JuLn at This is exactly correct. The npns-papopposlto bank, taking tho direction of gesturo sho stripped off tho glovo upon stand that Miss Stafford told Iyou yard, contributed by n hen that had es- i .'' succeeding the seont.dHeley vllle on Krldsy I gavo Gettysburg?" Monday In is a vehicle of news and the cortho Dallas much.- - She know its general her left hand. Tho glittering facets of tlio her a ring?" March, June. September and Dermber.and at caped from tho 6thers, and'ns a conseThe answer was: "I am the'Gen. Bar- respondent is a valuable adjunct in mak. quence tho eggs wero not fertile Tn Winter no Saturday IositioH'f rom a remark of Bruco during diamond sho woro flushed in tho broad ''Sho gavo mo to understand that sho ing the paper 'popular if ho furnishes tho week of tho Ban .Marcus ball. Blio shaft of sunbeams that cleft tho bower, Umon Sta. Magistral", of thiai fact, howover, an old J.Severs, was engaged to you," said Cynthia low .who was killed nt Gettysburg, and news. But improper jokes, and spiteful did not think tho distance great. Hardly "Do you sco tliat ring?" sho domanded quickly, looking him straight in thd you aro the Geri. Godon who succored flings hurt the paper worse than the party lady of our household a widow Imme- llninoUrr Jiihn W Jarr.lt rjt.pl.emimrt. hadjsha taken tho trail road when sho coldly, suffering tho fascinated eyes of Unstable, Jab Haynes. Courts at Uion that they aro aimed at and no respectable diately put a hen to "set" 6n them. Bid- Star on Wednesday succeeding the third Monme!" encountered Back Jerrold, riding along tho girl to rest a moment upon tho spar- eyes. dy stuck to business, but correspondent will Bruco took n step nearer to her. listlew and dojected upon tho gaunt kling gem. "Perhaps that will explain meeting was worthy of two 'such Elizttbetlitown News. indulge in them.. When tho required timo to no purposo. day In Maroh, June, September and Decem,Tho had moro than ber, and at Stephen. port on Thursday, "It is false!" ho said, with white lips. . brave men every inch 'American sold-lerBiickhot. my interest in thowelfaroof Mr. Bruco." elapsed, tho lady was very much put FISUAI. GODIIT, A sudden rovulsion of feeling crimson .The man raised his serious faco and Sho turned quickly, flashed ono brief ITCHING PILES. out fttid puzzled that no chickens had At Hardinsburg on Tuesday aftr? the first salutid hor gravely. Edith drow rein. glanco of triumph upon Cynthia from cd Cynthia's faco nnd neck. Sho regardbeen hfttchod. Turning to tho Jap, sho Monday In April and October. 1 should add that on receiving her him earnestly. SWAYNE'I J net Sow this meeting was most oppor- beneath hor supercilious lashes and ed"False?" sho whispered. said, "What do you suppose la tho mathusband's note, which had been speedily tune.- 'Did Mr. Jerrold know tho swept haughtily out of tho bower. Cyn-thi- u OINTMENT ter of thoso eggs, Georger Georgo AEBOLtrrsr.T oansa. Bruco took, thq, littlo brown hands in delivered, Mrs. Barlow hastened to tho STillTOMS-M.M.r- .1 Kev. F. C. iRlcIiart tho Dallas ranch, and would ho SHrl InUj, (bowing 16w): "Excuse me,, ma'am, ox. writes: "A corn on "Voir Yorkj was ulono with tho agony of tho lib) nnd looked down into hor faco. flold, though without danger to her per iliuloo Ihh clMtll.cbii vrfcrMrlhhir If direct her to it? Buck stared, gavo tho sudden revelation. t'""law oHiiaua iHMort luna mu rtirian, cuse me, but I t'ink bows again, 1 thorn In tlio HvmIi, which C, Cj "False!" ho said. "Don't you know, son, for the battlo was still Jn progress, information in tho usual 'blind southern HW Sho put ono hand to her head in a luilf darling, thoro is t'ink that hen wns a widow." Widow C. Certain Corn Cure mostmcr but one girl in tho wido Sho soon found her husband, nnd had I trr. abMrlktiiia.r tokU; SrutaHrr fashion, but did not volunteer any per- dazed way, as if sho felt a sudden pain ftttllJW Wcu.rrui4l,pa.awt,a(a8uiilrilU4l4U. cirtilly removes," latisfled.Californla Review. work I would bo willing to mako, my gonal guidance Edith, moreover, did there. Tho ground ijcemed sHpping.nway "Sfe, g. js -- i s I j; of DuWitt's J no ran co of Littlo Early Risers is n misfortune. Theso littlo pills regulate tho liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bud breath, constipation nnd bllliousness. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, nnd Witt A-- Meador, Hnrdlns-btir- J tho merits H READ OUR TESTIMONIALS HILL'S "i j . . ! f! i'i''T y GUARANTEE A REMEMBER WEfind liiTitil thn CURE tnnnt I caroluMiivi' HtlirRtlnn lift f rknnr rAitinaUitl. n! " ff f Ity ana tlio merits of our Tnbluto. . r.. nml mnvtm Cilln tin el8o of tho patient, who will vohmturlly stop smoking or chewing In a few anys. AAKt.t.t.. 1019! nlnlrn Will Double Chloride nf finlri w . :.w ii J7: .. .. ..., - "....' TatiM; w ww mr m : mmm aKrt'M.S'KrW'' pill .".!' .. """"M ,.,., Hill's Tablets. X r. THE OHIO CHEMBOAL CO., nin y" .QUALITY, STYLES if PRICES" GOODS Geo. Yeakel & Co., m m m Oil.itfaiU.1. lf BfcJ -- Y y blood-soake- d .- DIRECTORY. Bhot-bow- U I sf jfc in accumulated. n. Bab-bg- e, Ham-blet- 1 Mar-tha- '& , ' Do-Wit- - -- s ., po-llt- 1 er j K e. PILES a Mgi"MI1 tlimltlmMlSi 'fi"! James M. Lewis, Contractor & Ballder. OLOVERPORT, KY. teSEstimutes furnishd on appllcati. the Si&6ii&fiKffiGr& Walter May is quite sick. 8, S. W. D. this year Sulzer's. Gloves for small boys at Babbago's. E. W. G. T. 8. B. yenr at Sulzer's. Clayton Crosson is much improved this week. Col. J. D. Powers, OA'ensboro, was in the city Thursday. Mrs. L. P. Howard is visiting herniece, fcl. D.-- This NMSi blAttVRMofe, kY. Wo have It Sutter's. Gloves, gloves nt Babbnijo'n. Robert E. "Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Sr Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. LEE BISHOP, GONSTABLR HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. -- All hu.lneaa entrusted tn mv hnnda crlven prompt unu careiui niicmion. ionics una account! luttcctcd and prompt returns ni.iJe. Send me our builnesa. THE BEST TYPE WRITER. Deeds, Mortgages anil nil legal instruments drawn and copying tlono in the best rtylo. V. G. Babbngc, ' IIahdikbdubo, Ky. Att'y, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 22, ltto3. LOCAL BREVITIES. K'em-KoSulzer's. T. T. 0. A. S. I. nt Sulzer's. Wait, watch and see Sulzer's. It will pleaso the little ones Sulzer's. Special gloves for engineers at m r Bab-bage'- s. School children cry for currant pies Sulzer's. Lctitia Bliss, Custer, has been granted a pension. S. S. W. D. It will be sure to pleaso you. Sulzer's. Neckwear sold at greatly reduced prices nt Babbage's. Nicest lino of taffy candies in the city at the City Bakery. . Try a packago of Kcm-Kothe great coal Baver Sulzer's. Drivo dull care away with a cup of Sulzer's celebrated coffee, Don't you need a tourist or blacking case? If so, call on Babbago's. Kero-Kor- u the great coal saver the great hard time helper. Sulzer's' The City Council has ordered 30 street lamps eree'ed. Thank you gentlemen. Miss Vitula Daniel, of Hnrdinsburg, was visiting Mrs. H. B. Piorco last week. Mrs. II. T. Head will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Walker Board, Holt. W. D. Carman has removed from Custer to Garfield, w hero ho will buy tobm acco. V- - v .X & f Oranges, dates, figs, bananas, lemons, grapes, raisins and cocoanuts at Reidel & Co's. Rev. S. G. Shelly will preach at Holt's Chapel next Sunday at 11 a. m. and hero at night Miss Amanda Tinius, of Mt. 'Joseph, has been the guest of Miss Rosa Reidel for the past week. Flannels are cheaper than funerals, and underwear cheaper than undertakers, at Babbage's If your husband works out and takes his dinner with him, currant pies will please him. Sulzer's. Miss Black, of Hardinsburg, who has been visiting friends at Owensboro, returned homo last week. Tho Loulsvillo hog raarketopened Mount $5.45 for the best heavy packers and closed weak at 5 to 10 cents lower. A family party can have a very nice Thanksgivingdinner provided they leave an order in time for Sulzer's to fill. D. S. Richardson, Union Star; M. Blain, Stephensport; and Alt Taylor, Rosotta, returned from Louisville, Friday. Wo hnvo many things to be thankfnl for Chief among them the chanco to get our Thanksgiving table delicacies at Sulzer's. All roads lead to Sulzer's big clothing house follow the procession that is where the people go for to get great bargains Sulzer's! Tho rush began on that barrel of currants last week still keep it up when thatonojs gono wo will open up the other one Sulzer's. IDr. O'Bryan, of Taynesville, who was recently appointed to a position in tho revenue service under Collector Johnson is at homo on a short lcavo of absence. Ho is well pleased with his place. The atinualclcctlon of officers of Breckenridge Lodge, No 01, K of P. will bo held next Monday night. Tho new bylaws will also bo read and adopted. A full attendanco of tho members is desired. 0. F. Martin, formerly General agent of tho L. St. L. A T. R. R , died at Louisville Tuesday, Nov. 14th. Ho was ono of tho most, popular railroad men in tho city of Louisvlllo and leaves a host of friends. "Billy'.' Tomkinson, tho burner at tho Cloverport works, left last Friday with his family for New Mexico, where ho has a llko position. "Billy" slid ho hated to leave Cloverport. It was likp homo to him and that ho had nover livod in a town that ho liked so well and whero he had become moro attached to the peoplo. Miss Maggio Carman, of Rineyvllto, JJardln county, Ky formerly a resident of Breckonridgo county, while visiting friend! jn Louis villu mas suddenly" token very ill and on Tuesday, Nov. 14th, almost before her family could be apprised of her illness, the summons came for her to crow tho dark riycr. Her mother ono slater and one brothor got there in time to see her, beforo the end came. The remains wero taken to tho family graveyard near Rlnoyvllle. Friends feel great sympathy for the family !n their sad Q bereavement. Fresh fruits at tho City Bakery. Fine wrltinit paper at Babbage'a. Walk right into a pair of Sulzer's ' ' shoes. Miss Maria Watkius went to Holt Saturday. S. S. W. D. & I. D. T. Y.-- yon will like it Sulzer's. Mr Amel Oelze is confined to his bed with rheumatism. l'.verybody now eat currant pies and pudding. Sulzer's. Mr. Robert Wallace, of Louisville, was in tho city yesterday. Mrs. Geo. Boyd and children returned from Hawesvillu Monday. The good tiling of to day should not bo neglected Sulzer's stock. Miss Etta Parr, of Mooleyville, is the guest of irs. Clayton S. Crosson. Wood on gutter. Better than tin and at half tho prlco at Gregory & Co's. Fleishman's yeast Baves tho coal also makes lovo in a cottage happy. Su'zer's. Girls, don't say yes until your follow promises to buy Fleishman's yeast. Sulzer's. Nicer than dried apples cheaper than peaches nro tho dried currants at Sulzer's. Mrs. Johnson, wife of John Johnson, Hudson vllle, died Nov. 13. She was 78 years old. Personal. Sain, meet mo to day at Sulzer's to help mo select my now cloak. Emma It is almost blizzard timo Lay in a stock of blizzard scorning underwear such as Sulzer sells. Mr. Chas. Mastcrson, of Lowisport, spent Sunday in tho city the guest of Miss Etta Mullen. Harry Roth, wife and baby, of Louisville wero visiting his father-in-laWilliam Witt, last week. J. W. Rhodes has been appointed post master at Rhodelia, Meado county, vice A. J. Gilliland, resigned. Joo B. Buzby, has been assigned to Applegato & Co's distillery No. E. P. McAdams, resigned. Miss Lafayctto Lallcist, who has been the guest of her uncle, Mr. Charles Moorman, of Louisyille, returned homo yesterday. Tho was coming from tho direction of Polk's peach orchnrd and everybody in this section knows what tli at means. Mr. J. T. S. Brown and wife, of Louisville, came down last weok to sec Mrs. Graham, Mrs. Brown's mother, who is quite old and fepble. There wore no trees planted hero on Arbor day. Prot. Logan says the school grounds aro well shaded and there was no room for more trees. Tho first term's examinatiou of pupils in tho public school will be held next week. Tho 2nd., and 3rd. High School grades,on Tuesday. Tho lst.,3rd. , and 5th.grades,nnd 1st. High Scnool grade,on Wednesday. There is a knack in our clothing that others cant get on to. Tho get up in tho latest weaves and styles mako us tho leaders in clothing wo have a knack of pleasing our customers makes them ieavo us smiling thoy come again join tho procession now to day Sulzer's. Mnhlon Taylor has opened n feed, livery and sale stable at 252 East Market St., Louisville Tho style of tho firm is Taylor & Frederick. He wants his old friends in this section to send him their horses when they ship them to Louisville. Ho knons tho trado and can obtain tho best prices going. Mr. Lee O'Dell was in our town Thursday in tho interest of tho Leavenworth Skill Co. and established an agency with Giegory & Co. They make tho best skid's that go down tho Ohio and Mississippi rivers and also tho best sail and fishing boats that float - Parties wanting skiffs can call on Gregory it Co., and savoat least 15 per cent. Tho above company has been established for thirteen yearn. Dr. Frank. "Cleveland ought to send for Geo. Mercer and get some points on how.to run tho finances of the country. There ought to bo an institute, a sort of Keely cure establishment, for tiio cure of politicians. Wo aro going to have ono of tho brightest chapters in Cloverpoit in the state. Theso railroad men aio a bright lot of fellows. Thoy take hold of tho work just llko thoy do their engines and rush it through." Will.Hcnsley says Cloverport is now entitled to tho Republican banner which Hardinsburg held for a number of years. Democrats all over tho county can't understand the cause of the landslide in this town at the Iato election. Thero were a combination of circumstances that lead up to tho defeat of which it is not necessary now to go over. Tho main cauEO howover, was a want of thorough organization on tho part of Democrats. It has learnt her a lesson and she will do better next timo. The will of tho lata D. M. Griffith was probated in tho county court at Owensboro last Monday. He bequeaths $500 to the Central, Trust Company, of Owensboro, to bo held in trust for his grandson D. Griillth Watkins, of tills city, which with tho incomo thoroof, is to be paid to him on his attaining the ago of 21 years, Tho balance of hiscstuto is to bo divided into seven equal parts and held in trust for his children. Tho incomo of which shall b'sed for the support of them and tfielr families. A codicilo directs that from tho shares going to his daughters, Florenco and Rosa, his executor shall at their request purchase a home for them, for the one in Ashville, N. C. for the other in Oloverpert. Ky or at any other places, Jlis, household' effects ho divides amongst his children as they may ajiree. Mrs, Dr. 8. S. Watkins of this city is one of the heirs. store-keeper, wind-yesterd- IF YOU Mrs. A. A. Lillcint. Charlie Lishen killed a .r00 pound porker last Saturday. Placo It on your order this week Kcm-KoSulzer's. Miss Emma Reidel, Holt, is visiting Mrs. E. N. Bricdonbauch, Owensboro. Warron Pulleh an old resident of died Nov. 12 at tho ago of 73. Gee whiz I Sulzer's Christmas stock look for it it's out of sight ? (Just now.) To buy coal it takes gold to save tho Sulcoal and gold it takes Kem-Kozer's. Shirts sold at prices that you can't keep 'from making n purchase at Babbago's. Mrs. Mollie Wohler of Grandview,Ind. is visiting lior sister, Mrs. Kate Logan, this week. Every mothorand father in town should see what nice suits for boys can bo found at Sulzer's. Fleishman's yeast comes Wednesdays and Fridays. The rush begins for It at ' 7 o'clock. Sulzer's. Miss Eunico Crosson, it is thought, now has typhoid fever. Her father is able to sit up in bed. Master Woolvington Hall, who has been visiting bis grandma, Mrs. Win. Hall, returned homo Sunday. M. N. Robbing has a splendid crop of hurley tobacco eight or nino thousand pounds, which lio desires to sell. W. O. Willis has secured a position with Bolin Bros. & Co., Wholesale Furnishing Goods and Notions, Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller, of near Hardinsburg, were hero Sunday attending church. They were tho guests of 'Squiro Keith. With every purchaso of twenty-fiv- e cents wo w ill givo an e'xcellent writing tablet. Como in and mako a purchase at Babbage's. Thirty-flv- o persons were baptised at Forty-eigYelvington last Sunday. members were added to tho church as a result of a big meeting just closed there. Mr. J. F. Boyd ono of tho fonndors of tho Irvington Mills has 6old his interest in that plant and will remove to Sholby-vlll- e, Tenn., whero ho has bought a new 75 barrel mill two brick warehouses, tho Electric light plant, a custom corn mill, four ncres of ground and one of the finest water powers in tho state,all in ono square of tho court house. Ho leaves Irvingtqn to take' charge of tho property in ten days. In losing Mr. Boyd, Irving-to- n gives up ono of her most progressive and enterprising citizens. Ho is a fino miller and an excellent gentleman iu overy sense of tho word and tho News regrets to see him leavo tho county. We wish him health and prosperity iu his new home. The Baptist revival now in progress in this city and conducted by Revs. Williams and Salem continues with unabated interest. Tho church is crowded overy night to hear the gospel expounded by n. converted jew. Dr. Salem is an earnest forcible speaker,fuU of enthusiasm for) Ids church and tho conversion of men to the paths of right living in this world.He has made many personal sacrifices for tho cause ho espouses and tho story of hia conversion is truly a pathetic 'one. Ho has been a minister of the Baptist church for forty years and ho is certainly by this timo woll founded in his views. The meeting will continue throughout tho'week. ' There is no change In tho Louisville tobacco market. 50 hogsheads of tiio dark crop wero sold last Week at about such prices as havo been current sinco the opening. There is no change in thdprico of the 1892 crop. The local market is quiet. Wo have heard of several crops being sold but from some cause tho dealers refuso to givo prices. Jimmy Wheeler says ho has boueht about 100,000 pounds down in tho Utility section of Hancock county but ho wouldn't say what ho' paid. Ho must have paW pretty fair prices for says ho, "I ran up on a number ofOwensboro buyers and knocked them all out." Tho tobacco in that section has heretofore been going to Owensboro. It will all come hero this season. m WANT YOUR WATCH Clock or any thing in the Jewels ry lino repaired at low cost hero is your plnco to get it. If you want nico goods at bottom prices, wo aro tho fellows you aro looking for. Anything and everything you could want in Jewelry, Silvorware, Spectacles and Eye Glasses, Musical Goods from a jewsharp to a To know what wo havo piano. you will havo to call and take a general look, ot our immense assortment. first-clas- mac to cot a m mWMnMmMMM 6 r" -t- iHosbrjeJiipuf pblioy from tho imc.our Btoro waB opened" to f tlic publfc. In fact, tho Hats and Caps Bold by us havo met with such marked approval Hud-souvill- e, that they arc I Always on the Brain ! T. C. LEWIS A LIVELY ROW AT HAWESVILLE. & CO., Retail Jewelers. HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY. ROME. IND. To convince you of this fact will bo a pleasure Marshal Mason and His Deputies Tho cold wave has como. Have a Bound With The Born to the wifo of Henry Ackerman a boy. Pulliams Dr. Lee says it is distressingly healthy if you will call and inspect our hcadwear. A REGULAR STREET BATTLE just now. Miss Stuart Groves is visiting Miss Mary McCann, Dr. Wedding went to Louisville on business lost Sunday. Tho potato crop is nearly all dug and put away for bettor prices. Mrs. Tillio Connor returned last Sunday from a visit to friends in Evansvillc, Ind. Mr. Clint Wheeler and wife, of this place, returned from a trip South, this week. Mr. IClarenco Wheeler has twelve hundred bushels of potatoes safe in his cellar. Mr. Joo Dean, of Kentucky, was visiting Mr. Andrew Wngness at this placo last Sunday. Master Con McCann says ho intends to catch moro rabbits than any other Roman boy. Mr. Joo Davo Brashear, who returned from tho World's Fair sick witli typhoid fever is convalescent. Mr. Gentry an old citizen who resided on a farm on Doer creek was buried in tho Lainb graveyard last Sunday. Tho peoplo of Rome aro wonderful to roam, but wherever they roam thoy always como homo to Rome. Tho Perry county, Ind., Farmeis Institute will meet at tho Academy Hall in Romo on December tho 8th and Oth. Mrs. Ilallio McCann, of this place, will visit her old homo and numerous friends in Shelby county, Ky., in a few days. Thero will bo a Thanksgiving dinner stfrved at noon and an oyster supper in the ovening of Thanksgiving day at tho M. E. church in Rome to raiso funds to buy a new carpot for tho church. Mr. Jack Ackorman, of general acquaintance from here to Now Orleans, who has been in tho West for two years has returned to his old homo and will remain here to take caro of his aged mothetv tho remainder of her earthly pilgrimage. Tho good peoplo of Komo having had a prosperous season havo givon liberally of their surplus to refit tho parsonage, build a barn and a carriage houso for tho uso of their minister and to ceil, paint and newly paper tho M. E. church. Mr. Galen Barbec, of Cloverport, hung tho paper. Hawe8Vii.i.k, Nov. 21. Lost Saturday afternoon thero was a lively street hattlo between town Marshal Mason and two of the Pulliam boys from tho back part of the county. Allon and Bill Pulliam n two desperadoes, camo to town and tried to run things their own way. Thoy flourished their knives and well-know- I BlBl vJSSw . , pistols and defied tho ollicers. Several shots were exchanged, and Deputy Bud Cooney was stabbed in tho face and" ohouldor. The Pulliam boys took to the woods, firing back at their pursuers and escaped. They came to town Monday and gavo themselves up. Their trial is when they will bo held set for over for circuit court. Tho town was wild with excitement and there wero a number of men on tho street armed with shot guns and pistols. y NCxTliursday We will open an entirely new' siock ot i Asa; ) INNOCENT. That is the Verdict of tho Church Session in the Case of Henry Harned. Tho Ephcsus Session of tho Cumberland Presbyterian church met November 17th, for the purposo of transacting business pertaining to tho session. Elders present: W. Payne, Wiu.Bruing-ton- , Joo Tabor, D. Driskell, II. Harned Mr. Harned appears and Wm. JIacy. beforo this body, demanding a church trial, Btatlng that if this session believed him to bo guilty of tho chnrgo thoy should suspend him nt onco. Tho session proceeded with tho trial, after a candid and thorough investigation of tho ovidenco as it was introduced in tho civil court, we, tho members of tho session havo agreed and decided that was innocent of tho charge against him, and brand it as a malicious attempt at slander. W. 8. Paynk, Modorutor. W. E. Macv, Clerk. ed j '. , i . - ;. .' J .. . hi. r tl t .Ladies' Cj TAATTO ..!. JuVJJJ.& ... . . r ' Ctrl' ,M Jv Just received from tho World's Fair City of Chicago, ranging in price from $2.50 to 813.50. Wo don't expect tho garments to last ten days. Tho best styles will' bo the first Cloaks bought. . Notioe. For tho next ten days I w ill offer at private salo ono good saddlo horse, gentle for ladies and children to ride ; ono thoroughbred Jersoy cow, giving over two gallons of milk a day; 75 chickens, cooking stove, heating stove, bookcaso and secretary combined, furnituro and If you want some household goods. rare bargains como and sco at onco for I mean business. J. F. Boyd, Irvington. f J f mi , Hi! , . I ' 4i I '' ' lip )) i '1 i i , iH ' I. - tV . ii j (j !..!'. in Ml J LODIBURG. Mr. Jas. Whitworth presoutcd his daughter with a fino organ lost week. If Madam Rumor can bo rolled upon HARDINSBURG, KY. thero will soon bo a wedding In tho valley. DANIEL BROOKS W. S. Basham, of Clifton Mills, stayed J. 0. B0UHNE, J. M. UARPKR, all night with B. F. Hardin Saturday night. BROOKS & CO., BOURNE, A. M. Hardin's store was broken into lost Saturday night and about $0 worth of jowelery taken. Victor and Aimer, tho two little children of Sam Robertson's, were very sick CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. last week. Misses Bettio Payno nnd Nelllo Shaw BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. wore visiting tho Misses French, of Sinking Creek, last Saturday and Sunday. MANHOOD nerTousdleaMa,(ueti Weak Memory, Lota RESTORED! ffllKKEffrtWSS&T- Rov. Jupin held a protracted meeting to cure ail of Urmia 'over. Ueadacba.'.VaiafDlDeM, Lost Manhood, Nightly Kml.ilom, at Poplar Grovo lost week. No profesnowerlnaeneratlTeOmam of either Mxcane4 br overexertion, youthful error, eice.ilve one of lobacco,optum oritlm-ulansions, four sanctified. which lead tolnllrniUr.roiutiiiiptlonor Inunlir. Can lie With a vet pocket. 1 porboi.aforHS, br mall prepaid. m uey.S3 carrttdln order wa f ho Clifton Mills correspondent says, r refuail th rive a wrlllen (uarneleelo tareWritnfnrfrfMiUAdlral Itnnk-M- Bold brail drufffftlta. ARkforlt. lain nnnther. u.al.i recent election clearly demonstrates "Tho TJUukaAJib Attut ioiu. la plain wrapper. AddreaaNKUVESUiU) CO..MaaouloTeuiiie.CiiicLiuu. For late In Cloverport, Kjr.,br A. II. FlSIlKU.aadbjC. C. UAHT1N. Drusulau. that tho party of wild enthusiasts led on by blcar-oyccranks was not in it a little bit," That was vpry forcibly demona mily could afford, and when tho purchaso of a clock was. almost as strated four years ago In tho primary soriouB a matter as tho purchase of election for jailor. a house is now. TheroW't anyIt is strango that thero is always soico thing very foaniidablo about the drunken fools to disturb public worship. purchaso of a clock or a watch in Thero were two or threo at Ppplar Grove those days. Tho astonishing thing tho other night. Better look out boys about time-keepenow is their there is a law to punish such conduct. b )BtiJMF'7 ff mi ! KaH cheapness, variety and excellence. g I am glad thattomo ono reads tho Don't bo behind timo. Thoro is and Raymond items. They don't not the least excuse for anytnjng of havo somo ono to tell them to writo as tho kind, when you can buy a somo do. watch or clock for a trifle. Mills correspondent Clifton You 'will bo surprised at our lqw 1 am Rrleveli, "For your Item NEW BETHEL. B. P. BEAED & CO., TOBINSPORT. Elder R.T Brunqr filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday. It was decided at tho Baptist Suuday school Sunday to have a Christmas treo for tbo school and others. Quite a number from hero aro attending tho protraqted meeting at Cloverport. The converted, Jew is attracting largo crowds. Farmers are still busy "gathering in tho grain." Tho Perry County Farmers Instltuto meets at Ilomu December 8th and Oth. Mr J. D. Codyoll's Infant child was sick Sunday, Miss Hattlo Wincholl, of Deer creek, is visiting frionds here. Mr. Filmoro Wincholl is here from Illinois. Louna Gilbert and Aquilla Fleshman have gono to New Orleans on a potato boat. Our uncle Shad Weatherholt has gone to his old winter quarters on Green riyor. Solomon Peckenpaugh has sold his farm to Georgo Polk. Commodore Polk sold a hog to Chas. Llsh&n lost week that weighed 500 goundsat6c. per pound. He thinks as did Horace Greely that there is money in hop. Chas. Sheldon with four ether of bwt shots were .up laet) week gunning. They bagged 106 birds and of that number Charley got six. ore Are, tr,kn rebuild ce of Mt, ana Iron Bitters Brown's M Mtton, remove the down ftora oTerworkorboBMnoW Many Persons xtra, d If Can-neltof- l's cure malaria. Qet Uie genuine. ex Mr. James Barnes went to Hardinsburg Saturday last. Our Ellzabcthtown correspondent must be lost, as ho has not made his appear-anc- o but onco. Misses Bettio and Mabel Hendrlck wero visiting Miss Jonnio Barnes ono night lust wook. Mr. Pete Lyons and family wero tho guests of Mr. Henry Woggonor last Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Mary Lyons and Miss Mattio were tho guests of Mrs. Mary Barnes and daughter, ono day last week. Mr. Will Frank, of Jolly's Station, attended church at this placo tho second Saturday, and said that ho was on tho hunt of a hound. We hope he found it. Mr. Maco Hendricks and wifo and baby, Misses Bettio and Mabel Hendricks, Miss Jonnio and Mostor Thomas attended church nt Wesley Chapel last Sunday. Married, November 0, at the residence of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson ; Miss Mary Adkison to Mr. James D, Seaton. Rev. Joseph Duggins olllciating. Tho brida boing attired in dark blue, carying a lovely boquet made whilo of chrysanthemums and tho groom wore tho conventional black. Thoy had tho warm congratulations f many friends, who wish them a long and happy lito, and may God's blessings rest upon thorn through future years. Soon Wherein to much It laid, wll never be believed, lf after the ceremony they wont to tho .J wi The other never reed. house of the groom's sister, where thoy "Boss" Hardin says ho has conipared wero hospitably received and an elegant the vote between Slaton and Wilson and supper awaited them, finds thero is about the same difference It's your own fault if you aro be. fiinflro one of Julian Hawthorne's mas- there was between Slaton and the Cjlfton hind timo. Thero was a timo when terly novels will soon 'appear as a serial fills' correspondent four yeare ago In ono watch was about all a whol In this paper. the primary, d Lod-ihurtose-buds; One-ham HARPER, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock rs BEHIND TIHE. prices on watohes and clocks. Wo also havp a nice lino of jcwolry, eilverwaro, Bpectaclos, musical ot very reasonable prices done. Repairs promptly and neatly F. H. D'HUY, CLOVIRPOrVT. KY. iMBMMHHMHM 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. JtBBrfajrt'nV n ? THE, BRECKRNRIDGR Latest U. S. Gov't Kcroit. NRS, JVo OtxOVaaPQRr0KY. wzarsgixm Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE weighing and adjusting is an employment to whicVwomon, with their deliWEttKESfiiyrOVKVBEli 22, 1893. cacy of toucli, aro weH suited. They aro also in chargo of tho Btamnfiig. Incidentally It uiiVbo said that most The Sunday Sermon. i presses stamp from. ejghtyto 110 coins Last Sunday there an' we all every minute. In ono short hour $45,-00- 0 went out to hear; in $10 gold1 piece's caifbo stamped The little church waicrowJe,d,(or.ll)C.jIchnl around the edge and on both sides. ii poor wa there; Thero is another jiart of tho work It was Jest a splendid sermon, an' the singing full an tree which couiesSnderuho cTiargo of the "Amailn' grace, how iwett the sound that saved women employed Mot. They do a wretch like me." tho sowing. At flrst'thought it seems a When I call the sermon iplcndld, t mean It was trifle Incongruous to ns80cjatcsewing . - - the kind wllTi money mTridng, but"nlf tho bags To take deep root an' bear good fruit In every usedjby tho Mint are sowed in tho buildsinner's mind; I't It was full of consolation foelicarta tliitsblccd ing. jThebagB'ro ihadavo ,vhlt5 jdulk (JhrHt, inf not 'Twas full of Invitation eotrW and tun url machirie,! -ai-tli- classes, It was ignored by tho politicians, and.WQwhavo the result of last Tuesday as a gentlo reminder of tho fact that the pcqplo of the west and east aro more interested in practical politics than they are in promoting the interests of parlies. rhoy have sent a message to tho ad- il'ltiliitniilni. ,, lit II... ....,,....... I... HDitu,iuiii Wilt iiiu uiuooogu uu, heeded, or will the object losson do any. gdod ? 4I1 I other Mouse ever did, ever will br ever can sell th sunn perfect $j It for tht 'rices its Klcinhnns Simolisou, sell them, si if loiu 0&3 h GIANT CLOTHING $3.78 for good worth (l. working Suits; proccgdedltrtjrry tho Democratcmigress hadassom-ble- d fnnfiBlmijiir MlTrclftlalt and oBt J At styles of I'lsters ; mm - The Mnnimotli Lets Itself Luomj and and Begins n Bigger, Bravci, Bolder Slatightcr,iii ' cvci y Department than wns cycr known before 011 em th. tuITeinaiidsand Breckenridge News. v- - rr a pledges of tho platform a tariff measuro ftliilci linv'o taken Hlinjlo during tho sum-trio- r. It may ifot hayo become a lnw, but the outlines ofifwpuld have been sullicient information for tho business, and manufacturing interests of the country. They would have known what to depend OK ami they would havd ordered their nffaira accordingly. As it is, though (ho Democrats havo boeu. in power nlnq I01115 uponths, the country has no mora idea pf tho specific charnq-te- r of tho tariff1 measuro they proposo to adopt than it know a year ago'. Atlanta Constitution. FREE EVERY DAY $1.98 ; for-tw- o worth SI. KfVtBnrro to the peis'orij gtlessing $428 $4.78 for better working Suits worth S7. for Black Choviqt worth 10 Suits $A QQ for a very good Ulslt r; worth 0 VERCOAT S Cijt inWnO pr"dporllorrag Sclfuiaii'd 4 nparcst tpjtsiwuigiit. $7.98 tJW.O (&Q for tho celebrated Ironclad Grey Ulsters; worth $10: good enough for a hanker; worth $12. Pants and Odd Coats almost given away. RUSIMOUS AQ for nn Ulster PRICES TRULY. tJU. Oft JO Q Q.( r Heavy Cassimero Suits wortj, $10t ; $11.98 forn Flno Ulster, lined with cloth; worth $15. Children's .Glothiiig, Shoes and Hats j V"J .f b- '(WHAT KENTUCKIANS SA,Y 300,000 WORTH OF TO TIMES PINCHING PKI0ES. j HATS, PI. SHOES i 3 twWmrh$nrilv. The text was 'bout the prodigal who spent his Tho bag making is no small thing llvln' neat. Until he came at last to want the husks the wnen you come to consider the. number swine did eat; it takes to pack up tho newly coined Out a sweet thought gave him comfort when he wealth of tli04 country each year. The hardly wished to live; five-cepieceswaro (packedjn $50 bags "I will go unto my Father for my Father will and ihopennicsr'in$l(?bag,s78mall silver forgive." "I'm talkln' to you fellers," said the preacher, in $1,000 and itho golden $3,000 pouches. ' Itoughly speaking, lalt year fully 2,000 . "here Who've spent ctnntry bags wero mallcPup for gofd'alone, 10,000 far away; for silver, 5,000 for half dollars, besides Von've got t,b where that; feller was you can't many thousand for the smaller coins. tell why or how. 3 Hut cproe back to the father he's awaltln.' for Philadelphia Tiniest S jqujlQ)Yl" ,,.,.. His Second' Wife, From the amen corner to the door the people tralherd near, Told him tho secret of her good An' "pray for nil " they shouted, an' It seemed health, Sho ('used 'parks' Tea" every the Lord was there; night. An' slch a great handshaking well, the preilous y, -( . J titjil J.ft for Dress Suits; worth $15 for Fine and $18. ELEGTROPOISE JMrfMEUWVJS vMPiaVi Clothing, iW&'&VL. .tuomji.u Wit Itnvri every-da- y JipfC(x? !iinrtnfl 1 $13.48 linfirrt Stiit; worth $20 Hats and Furnishings Shoes, FURNfSHINGS ALL IN THE time Ispist, Hut the old church in the backwoods got a blcssln' that'll last! FIIANK I.. STANTON. Alanta Constitution. byiro6dVSareai(rilIa7tle-fereatl)l(o- a Scrofula, whether hereditary or acquired, is thoroughly expelled from the blood purifier. GLIMPSE IN A MINT. Something About the Processes of Coining Money. It 'is rather diflicult to attempt a description of how money is made. Even encyclopaedias, which are supposed to bo equal to any and all emergencies, object to that. In a measuro they aro right. To get the best idea of the multiplo and minute processes ot minting ono must be an eyo witness. It adds charm to the proceedings to stand by the dusty furnaces, arranged in sentiuel-Iik- o rows, to see them open their jaws and to look riht down into the fiery cavern, where insatiable tongu. s of llatuo are licking up the molten masses of silver and gold. A day or two ago Officer Brown, standing beside a visitor who had watched with all the fascination of a novice the creat iron mouths onunlmr nnil rlnslnrr. betrayed himself into a neat little expla-- j nation of llin nroooarf of mlnhim tnnnovW stu v Y"f w Olllcer!Brown has been many years at the Mint, so the visitor listened with interest, as to ono who spoke with authority. Here is the process in a nushell : "Making money," said he, with one of those eloquent waves of tho hand ho keeps by him to use on explanatory occasions such as these, "is just like making cake. You mix tho dough, wo mix the metal. You roll out tho dough into shape, wo roll out the metal into bars. You cut tho dough into cakes, wo cut tho metal into coins. Then wo stamp them. Tho metal left over is melted up and used again, just as thq coot gathers up the leftover, rolls them again and cuts uioro cakes." In other words, an amount of metal, say the equivalent of $90,000 in gold, which chemically is made up of 90 per cent, gold and 10 per cent, copper, is put into a blacklead crucible about the sizo of a peck measure. It is kept in tho furnace ono hour and fifteen minutes. Tho workman watches his gold as sacredly its; independent enough to take a tolerbbJ impartial1" viow of results makes this f interesting suggestion: Mr. Clovelands administration was chargedJuJio uncortain tones toixitinto force at once an experiment in the way of lower tariff. It lias so far. not taken tho first outward step in thardirectioii Whatever may havo been tho causes of tho panic, there is no oiicstlon that nn certainty as to what tariff rates aro to be. Bits Heavily on many markets and interferes with the revival of work. We can hardly overlook the possibility that this leisurely consideration of tho question may havo como in as an aggravating cause of "tho lato unpleasantness." Tho Republican has undoubtedly hit upon ono of tho causes of the recent Democratic collapse. Tho business and manufacturing interests of the country havo had a long year of doubt and uncertainty. They havo been moving in tho dark. They have been feeling their way. They havo been beset by anxiety and by distrust. At the last moment they havo turned and struck a terrible blow at tho party from which they relief. Tho people havo been affected in a similar way. Tho doubt and unceitainty of tho business men has been in tho na ture of a contagion. Wliateverparaly- husinoRfl nrnntaaflffis.irlut'nMinn fimniu.1 thopeoplop rSinco lnstovember" the anxiety of business men and manufactures was fed by its own fears until it was an easy matter to create a panic by attributing the export of gold to the Sherman law. The condition of affairs zeH One of the Causes. The SpringQIeld Itopublican, which is ag linuidisbroiittlittotho proper consist ency ho takes att,hree-CQrnereblack-lea- d cup, about the size' tfiat'would-fltVmo"nk"oy'8 head,.and dips up $2,000 worth of the metal at a time, pouring it out again with that marvellous dexterity which only comes from practice into molds hold!n2$,)QO,ea6iJI rj f ) H & Nothing can bo more beautiful than the;fery .stream pf xp&uTaift nuresgol asiiKUdeafi;iofl7oMocWd nrm of'tliV iron mould. When tho liquid .soljdifltjs it forms a bar, or, to bo technically' t, an ingot about twelve Indies long and about-hal- f an inch thick. dt a. cor-rcc'rhcsoinEpts-flrtfubjeaeaTolTproFes- of rolling 6dt)wlil(3nc3gTluTns Ihom without Increasing tho width. The bars nro then ready to bo cut, Ono inachiuoi cuta (he coin, another stamps (horn after tho process of mll!ing'lIu8, b66n performed'. r- - Milling, what of a different signification tjian In ordinary vernacular. It signifies tho rolling oyor.of, tho edgo of tho cpin preparatory to stamping it wltl fhq minute dent(culatJons, which aro commonly' known as tho nifjiJtig. (Tho latter ja part of tho process of stamping, and is done, at tho time that tho signet is put on thd coin. Speaking of stamping Jntrrtducea tho largo corpsjf women wbq orra a considerable part,of, the wprking force, at tho Mint. About '1 00 of thorn ard employed, and they attend entirely to tho adjusting npdtamping. It may besaidjn explanation of tho process o( tho term, "adjusting that evcr coin before, it is shaped is carefully weighed. HI90 heavy thq edge Is dellpateV flfed, until, tho coin is of lawful weight, if too light tho piece is cnt to ffhis process pf , thus created has led to apathy among Democrats and to downright opposition to tho party by tho business interests, that have heretofore given it their support. In Now York the Democratic vote was more than a hundred thousand ballots short of last year's record. This proportion will hold good in all tho states that voted last Tuesday. Ono of tho main causes of tho collapse was Democratic delay in putting tho tariff and financial policies of tho party in operation. Tho peoplo aro both doubtful and impatient. They can find no reason or oxcuso for tho delay that hasoccured since. March 4th, nor can any Democrat who will look at tho situation from the point of viow of a business man. ' ThtfTesult would haw been m,ore tho Democrats if congress had met In extra session in March past and reduced tho tariff to a rovenuo basis. Then the inter--eof tho country would no longer havo been in doubt. They would havo known how to adjust their" affairs, their onlorartliclr conlracta.-t- o the new by this time everything would havo been working smoothly. -.,. . . 1. . . r i ino jjiuiiug mi, extreme icnso to sayj --, . ".i.-i- ii ? uiutwio auopuon 01 a ireo trade, measure would .hayo been better than tho doubt and uncertainty that have been occasioned by, Democratic delaybut that ppinijpnjs.JnetifleiLbytho .results in Ohio, Jo wa, und Massachusetts.' All thatMlio merclimUs.iuuHlqess men and manufacturers 61 this need; is some gauge, or rneasu'ro by which th6y can. gqy.ern their, contracts and or uers. They can take caro of Iholr prosperity under freo trade as they havo takcrTcaro of it under prelection, but in a period of doubt uncertainty, ucli as they havo been compelled to endure since last November, their cnorgles are paralyztld',' their experience worthless and tfielrjudgmcnt at sea. These'drgumcnh) aro not new, to these business-and-industriast I-I.S been" a posifivo benefit to mo. J.JI.,Ljndenberger, President Mcrrlinnti National Bank, Louisville. My confidence In" tho Ulectropoiso grows stronger the' more I'seo it. Hev. W. W. Evans, Carrolton. I look upon thd KlectropOise as tho means God has given us to cure diseases in accordance witlunaturo's laws. Miss Susan Edge, Lexington Nothing has ever helped nio so inueh. W. T. Matheny, Lexington. Do not hesitate to recommend tho Elcctropoise. W. G. Graham, Lexington I am astonished at its work. Henry Gilbert, Lexington. Tho Electropolso will euro many cases ofdiseaso where nothing else will. It hasworked like a charm in my family. ltev. Geo. II. Means, Covington. It is certainly a wonderful instrument, and it is more wonderful how it does its work, yet it does it. T ,E. O. Brinley. (Tho veteran plow manufacturer of tho South), Louisville. Tho Electropolso has been such a useful thing about the house that wo can not do without it. Frank F. Waller, Lawrenceburg, formerly Now Castle. Several of my acquaintances havo derived much benefit from tho uso of the Electropolso. J. Guthrie Coke, Itussellvillo. Tho 'poise has cured mo of kidney and liver trouble. J. P. Saviige, 511 E. Gray street, Louisville. Tho Electropoi6e has been n great relief to mo. ltev. T. 13. Miller, Itussellvillo. The Electropolso has proved a great boon to me. E. Crocket, Christianburg. I would rather havo an Electropolso than Hot Springs foi Itheumatism. A. K. Marshall, North Fork. It is small but great. T. A. Dowden, Franklintown. Thero is wonderful good in it. J. S. Callaway, Smithfield. Tho wonder-workin- g geim Kov. W, F. Wyatt, Morning View. I speak advisedly about tho wonder working of tho Eloctropoiso as I havo practiced mediclno many years. ltev. D. II. Marinion, Pittsburgh, Ky. WA tie Burros, and will present one free U theeustomr-i- n our BW'?'.,an,d Children's pVHMng Departments who guesses nearest to the weight of tho Burro in our win-- l dow. Guess pards free vwith every,! I pUrcllhsoIh'thesd departments'. ' rt nnn. $14.98 S 1 7 98 for very Fine Suits; worth $22 anil '$20. or tho irc,it p For !Mcn, Boys and Children, that would tako a pago of this paper to Mail Sl,it3, enumerate, cut 111 proportion. $25 orders filled promptly. Giant Slaughter Como and Buy and Get a Burro for your Boys. 1 . i Now is thef Time iind the Opportunity to Fit out for Winter Mall Orders Filled Promptly. KJeinIi&n5 5imon5oni Market St., HeK 4th and 5tli. VIammotH .SgSXte, New Fall Catalogue New Ready. Shoe &nJ CninJ Qo. LOUISVILLE, KY. In Hawaii The position concerning tho Hawaiian Islands taken by tho administration of President Cleveland Is only a. return to tho traditional policy of tho American republic In Washington's farewell addrets he warned our peoplo against what is now termed "a vigorous foreign policy," and from tho time of Washington to tho time of Blaine tho motto of the United States has been "Friendship for all nations, entangling alliances with none." Tho Monroo dec trine,- - which, is only an extension of this policy, is no more a Monroo than a Jeffereonian doc-trin- o. If you will sond your name or that of somo invalid friend wo will send you copies of letters from tho above parties and from hundreds of others; peoplo you know from every section of this and other States testifying to tho curativo powers of tho Electropolso. Address DuHOIS & WEBB, Louisville., Ky. The Greatest Things. Tho deepest coal mlno is in Belgium, 9,542 feet. The oldest known poonvis ("lio song of Miriam, Tho oldest collection of poetry is the Book of Psalms. Tho deppest artesian well is.. at Tots-da5,500 feet deep. The greatest marvel of modern times Is the printing press. The most wonderful clock is that in Strosburg Cathedral. Tho largest city in the world is London 4,704,312 persons. Tho largest cataract in tho world is Niagra, nearly a milo wldo, The tallest irori. tower is tho Eiffel Monument at Paris, 080 feet. Tho deepest silver mines in' America nro tho Comstocks, 2,700 foot. I The deepest mining shaft is at Priz-drain Bohemia, 3,280 feot. Tho oldest cannon In tho world Is preserved in Constantinople. The oldest college in the United States is Harvard, founded in 1030. , Tho largest building in tho United States Is tho Capitol at Washington. Tho largest bell in (he world a in tho Strcmlln at Moscow, flS.OOO pounds. Tho best whispering' gallery is in the domq of St. Paul's Cathedral, In Loudon. Tho largest university is Oxford; It has twenty-on- e colloges and five halls. Among tho incidents of childhood that htand out in bold relief, as our memory reverts to the dayp when we wero young, hone aro moio prominent than severe sickness. Tho young mother ivh'ly remembers that It was Chamberlains Oqugh Remedy cured Jier of croup, arjd in turn administers, it to her owil offspring and always with tbd'best results'. For sale by A. K. Fisher, Gloyorport, and Witt & Meador, Hardtusburg, '.(.. 1 New-tjYor- k Under theso traditions tho foreign policy, of the United Suites has commanded the respect of all nations. Blaine, 'when Secretary of State, uuder GarfielO, made a distinct departure from this policy, and a foreign war was prevented simply by tho assassination of Garfield. When Harrison was elected Bhtino again became Foreign Minister, and proclaimed anow tho jingo policy. It failed at every point and injured greatly tho prestige of tho United States. Tho revolt in Hawaii and tho treaty of anncxationtho results of forco and fraud wero tho last attempt to redeem a policy which ignored any obligations on our pait to respect tho rights of nations weaker than ourselves. It was inevitable that tho Blaino policy should under Cleveland bo revised. Immediately Mr. Cleveland withdraw tho treaty of annexation, and now follows the withdrawal of all military support given to the carpet-bagovernment lu Hawaii. But it is said tho Queen of tho Hawaiian Island is n "nigger" and that her moral character is not above reproach. Wo fearboth accusation aro true. But thero is not a reigning family in Europo against which when accused thus of int. morality the chargo may not bo sustain ed. Tho Queen of England is above reproach) but at her death is tho United States to uudqrtako to prevent, tho succession of tho I'rincd of Wales? Tho Queen is not strictly speaking a negro; but sho is a half civilized pereon with n dark skin. But what bIio is her subjects are, ami tho revolutionists aio simply carpet-baggerjust such ? as went South after tho war, and took possession in tho namo of tho Uhited States of South Carolina and Louisiana. Manifestly such persons cannot bo sustained by the power of tho United Statts and when, as In Louisiana, tho armed forco of the United States is withdrawn tho carpet-ba- g government falls. Louisville Post. g s; carpet-bagger- ing it, Thq wrong was in the attempt,-anthe prompt decision of those who had the chief commercial interests in the island at stake uot to allow her to remain whoro sho might again imporll them was natural. But Mr. Gresham in all this sees only a trick to which Minister Stevens wai a party. Aro wo to siipposo that Mr. Stevens cajoled tho Queeri into trying to destroy tho Constitution? Tlio whole basis of the revoItitIonary"uprlsing is ignored by tllO Secretary in' his report, as well as tho previous' royal acts that had prepared tho" way to' that bold' out- -' rage. Tho'Americau peoplri Ueliovo in the divine right of revOlulibn', 'wherd1 monarchy break faith, and' endeavor to strangle coil'titutionat gOvernnibnt. Mr. Jreshaui treats this w'holo lfiajter as though tho cause of tho revolution was1 of no accotlnt whatUVtSr. As to tho other mattO' involved, 'that of tho Ianding'of forces' from thb cruiser Boston, Mr. Gresham prefers not to belie yo tho testimony) of tho naval officers bud of Minister Stevens. His predecessor officially declared that this landing was not tnado until ''the two parties con fronted each other in angry hostility with every indication of an armed conflict at any moment," and further, that it was mado "in conformity with standing instructions" for thd protection of th? lives and property of American citizens. When the marines did laud they "remained isolated and inconspicuous until after tlio success of tho Provisional Government." Mr. Blount and Mr. Gresham havo gathered all tho facts they could to refute thesq statements, based on tho reports of our diplomatic and naval representatives then at Hon- -' olulu, and have decided against them on tho questions of judgment and veracity involved, That monarchy, if restored l. Ilawaii by dur republic1, will practically bo restored by overshadowlrig forco, cannot bq denied., Indeed, wo probably hayo at last tho key to tho rvcont removal of Admiral Skerrett from lirlyal command there, and the 'assignment in his stead pfnu officer less liable "just now to that sympathy ui.tlittho present Government which seems U result from familiarity with tho affairs of tlio island. New York Sun. "W 8-- RATES: ZV PtR DAY' 1 I hmaammmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmLmmim ftR!!ffa fc --. -- ffIog.lSVlLLE,KY. n nwi j I wm GREGORY CLOVERPORT, - CO. BANK OF WHARFMASTERS, - - KENTUCKY. HAHDINSBUM Capital Srook $25 000. Surplus $7 600. B. F. BEAUD, President. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. nt Also VhoIcialu and IUUlI Dealers In Yellow Pino Flooring and Colling, Shingles, Laths, Cement, Lime, Hair, Brick, Blinds, Sash and Doors, and all kinds or Building Material. Sole Agents for Q. W. BEAHD " V Homostoatl' Fertilize Bone Meal and Troy MORRIS KSKRIDUE R. M. JOLLY. - Dire tor J INTEREST' PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Orders nccninpariicUuflth the cash promptly filled Louisville, St Louis & Texas RJ. , Co. TA BIER'S TIME SCHEDULE Tailing Effect M. 3STO. 21. BUCKEYE At 7:00 o'clck A. Wetl Bound Traint 51 S3 Mail & nday, Juna 18, 189 Eatt Bound Tratm Mall it 52 0iNTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. MMMMM WsVMHMHaHU'MsMMI rsMSssMMs IJipr's Kxpr's STATIONS o' Hxpr's Dally 12 11 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known forlOyaarsasthoBEST 10., Dally Dally '6 SOpin 7 45.ira 0 43 800 8 40 720 8 44 724 7SU 869 7 44 9(W rrara4 A REMEDY FOR PILES. ST. LOCH.' hf IttClllRDSOX MEDICI! rosmrcijr removes 'B&KS SPAVIN, IUngbonc, Splint,' of Curb, IN 48 HOURS, wiiDoui iam. 76J 8 01 8(W '8 2G ,8 33 8 41 915 9 24 west roint Howard Hock Haven l.onfr II ranch llrandenburg Kkron Guston Kentucky St. a ii 45im 1140 1117 40pm 8 45pm 830 762 7 41 1108 1068 71d 7 21 7 22 818 932 9 40 9 48 1049 40 1U30 10 MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! dAHNk CHOLERA FRESH ODTBREAK ! 869 '9 01 915 920 932 9 41 9 48 10 05 10 21 10 3J 10 43 Ism 845 loot 1018 1022 1025 1038 1043 1061 1103 1111 1110 1120 1120 1142 12 066 1010 Irvlngton Webster Lodibure Pierce Simple Stephensport Addison ' Holt Cloverport Sklllraan Hnwesvllle I'etrle Falcon Caice Powers Pates Owensboro Mattingly Stanley Worthlnijton Spottsvlllc Dasketta Rbads 1022 1014 1010 1002 968 965 9 42 9 87 S500 This In IK BERLIN; For Failure or .SllfiUtMl Injury. Wonder of the Reward lOlh 967 927 916 9C8 951 958 the Greatest 21st report tho outbroalrof Jsholera anow, in Berlin, 03 cases and 10 deaths being Alarm for Its, Invasion of America Well Founded. Tho telegraphic dispatches of January Century, astonish-luj- r, as It docs, the en tiro Veterinary worhh Sworn Proofs Malt ed Free. 1265m (Bum 12 10 12 21 Clrcultrs and -- Wo could not improvo tho quality if paid douhlo tho prico. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is tho best Salvo that experience can produce, or that money can buy. A. B. Fisher, Cloverport, arid Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Why Liliuokalani Was Dethroned. Among tho extraordinary taetures of Secretary Gresham's argument for Hawaiian royalty, ono which mtlst bo noted Is that it ignores uttorly the causes whhh brought about tho revolution. All that he has to say on this subject is that "Queen Liliuokalani annouueed her intention, on Saturday, Jan. 1U, J803, to proclaim a now Constitution, but tho opposition of hor Ministers and othors Induced her to speedily change her purpose and mako public announcement of the fact," Nearly all tho groat rovolu. tlons in history havo been tho result of an attempt of the governing authority to trample on tho rights of tho ,govorned. Tho fact that the Queen of Hawaii was thwarted, and drew back in her purpose, beforoit pould bo consummated, did uot shield hor from, tho penalty of attempt caliinK of flongr&Jioj, deal quc8tIOH,of.triffi.'refornr30, lirWlIPoh the grounjlXhat banish uncertainty apd promote the prosperity of business rrjn. Tho northern and eastern nowsrmpers, during tho discussion of tho proposition for an extra session,, took a census of the most prominont business men, and a majority of these decfared that tanffjjfgjsldtlon X0JLl!IS HeQJwy with tho anxiety of merchants and manufacturers 'and promote confidence. This was tho testimony p( the business fora'extrajwsefon pnwtylywjfeTpim New York. now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibiliLouisvlejHadfnsburg&Western R. B, ties, all stomach and bowel troubles an importance beyond tho ordiNO. 2 TIMP TdRI F nary, and should meet with prompt TAKING EFFECT JULY 20. 1891. Intreatment. Cholera morbus, cholera WestHound Trains "East BoundTralns fantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, colic Dally Dallv Dally Dallv and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulex Sun ex Sun. STATIONS, ex bun. ex Sun No. 5 No. 1 ency, distress after eating, etc., al point nothing new No. 2 No. e when w1 alute that It 11 30am Lv Irvlngton conclusively to a bad condition of tho lu a prrmanuiit, inot hculthy and pays to bui. Ar 9 30am pleasant 12 10pm uarnem stomach and bowels, and all such disor- no, that returns n profit for miry day's work. 835 12 23 Harned Such Is tho uuslneu w oiler the worklne chits. 815 ders should bo corrected at once. 12 42 Hardtusburg (huh how 16 luiikr money rupldly, and We 760 118 Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown. W. tuarantcq every oue, Hho lullows our Instructions Kirk 715 ISO Jollv Va.. says : "Lightning Hot, Drops is the taiiuruny trie making or wuoo.oo month. 705 148 Glendeane Kvery one who takes 6 44 now and works best medicine I over used for pains j for surely and speedily Inerthold thtlr eurulugs; will 165 Demnster usu 634 cramps and colic in children, it can't bo can be no question nbout It; others now at work 215pm arFallsIloughlv 614am are doing It. unci jpu, reader, call do the Mime. Hock vale beat. For flux, it is tho Jring." 664 SOD Ruth Ihls Is the best paying builms that you Imvc 6 29 Mr. It. L. lllenkinshin, of Tooloy, W. ever had the cliunco to secure. Yon Will make 314 Asklns 6 21 a Va., has this to say; "Jjtst April I had 329 Oaks mistake if you rail to gte It n trlulat Qiic-600 4 00pm LrFordsvilleLv 4 45am f yougrap Hih altmttlon, mid act quickly, you an extremely sever attack ot diarrhea j will directly llud had twenty-on- e actions Of my boWels in business, at whkhyouMelf lu most propero)is you can surely mlike and suvo less than two hours, I took three doses large sums of money, 'Ike rr suits of ouly a few THELOUISVILLE&ST.LOUISAia LINE. of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved hours' work, will ollen equal n weik's wages. Whether )ou ore old or rouiig, man or woman, It (&. B, A 8Tl U R. RA ' tno instantly." Inukes, no wu,ttll you, Lightning Hot Drops Is tho safest, sur- rest will dlllVren,; at do M Vcr start. and sue meet you the Neither SHORTEST, QUICKEST est, quickest remedy over compounded experience pr capital ueressary, Tlioia who work us nre rewarded. Why for each and all pf. the above complaints. (or particulars, tree ? IS. C. not write to day Tor AFD BKaTLINETO full ALMiN A CO., Moreover, it cures, all pains, external and lioNo. 4ki0, Aneustu, Me Internal, and Is tho best safeguard known AND ALL POINTS to destroy tho evil effects of a change of water or diet. Pleasant to take. SweetSouth-Wea- t. ened, children liko it. Lightning Hot Drops is 6oId by all dealers In medicinq, Tins-Carin Effect Julj 31, 1892. d at 25c, and 50c. a bottle, orl the guaran-toe- : No rejiof, no pay. Try it once. r ArrBt.'Louli 7:20 pm ...6:45 Ho not decplved, Lok, frr Trade'Mark m , Kranirllle 1:J0 IOiOOd m of natives gatlterlng. herbs. Made, only We are prepared supply by Hwrb fpdlclw Co.. Springfield, Ohio. pr as-su- SPAVIN CUR Dr. Guy Chech!, Ho. 378 ranal BU, 1224 1231 1238 12 48 1261 11 60pm 1 10pm 1065 1100 1103 1110 1118 1128 1135 902 868 852 835 822 812 800 754 761 7 43 714 707 068 645 638 630 625 618 614 611 600 565 644 635 627 6 21 618 612 4 66 4 43 435 417 414 4) 4 01 4a i ar.Hendera'n lv 70Jam 735 727 720 364 360 WE TELL YOB llu-r- St. louis, Evansville West and Lumber small Its, LUMBER t St, mptly in large or Rurp ses. HERON & OO. & i.BCAMPBPErL,AA8t-L0UU'M- ' SULZER'S. ' ,1 ol 11 '" ' VLOViPdRT, KY