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CHAS. M. MKAOHAM.
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imrrvcnvEMI3Cn 1, - 1802.
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Stamp X'lltrc. " '
-. e? Mcv York.
K 1 for Vioo President.
ADLAI 1 STEVENSON, ' "
of Daviess county. " -
For Circuit Judo " . X
For CommonwcaUh'a Attorney, "
JAS. B. QARNETT, 4 t
MATT S. MAJOR; u' ,
At large W.R. Klnnoy.
At large Claude M. lhomaa.
First district Chas. K. Whoelor.V
Second Headloy. '
Third district J. 15. Richardson.
Fourth district W. T. Haywnrd,
Filth B. Raskin.
Sixth district Jno. T, Hodgo.
Seventh district J. A. Scott.
Tight district J. M. RnthweU.
Ninth district W. G. Doaring.
Tenth district J. 0. Lykins.
Elovonth district N. B. Ilays.
The Tariff Plank.
"Wo denounce tho McKinley tariff
lawoonctodby tho Fifty-first Congress
ns tho culminating atrocity of
class legislation; wo denounce Republican
protection as n fraud, n
robbery of tho groat majority of tho
American pooplo for tho banoOtof tho
few. Wo Ueclnro it to bo a
princinlo of the Democratic
parly that tho Foderal
mnn( Vina nn ftsmcif af fi4 innn I rrrrtr tr
uuiuauu lum uiu cuuwuuu ui bucu
taxes shall bo limited to tho necessities
of the government, honostly and economically
A matter cf tho very greatest ins
tance to Democratic voters is to
remember that tbo polls closo at 4
o'clock Nor, 8. Nobody can voto after
this hour aud overy Democrat
should mako his arrangements to get
to the polls and cast his voto boforo
Down viith tho Force bill.
-Doth fith burdensomo taxation.
As goes Indiana this time, so goes
Now let's give along pull, a strong
null and a null all tvmtlior. : '.
Young man if this is your first vote,
etnrt right by voting tho Democratic
&im Major is making a winning
raeo and thoroughly confident of
p j Tho tint snow of tho soason,
. stiowed all day.
Voto for every man on tho Demo
orntlo ticVet and thon give Walter
W8rfie.'d a helping hand.
Stamp the roostor,
Stamp tilth care,
And.vo will boat 'em
EWitb votes to spare
lou.AdlniE. Stoenson was tho
"of Iho candidates to nccopt. His
rvias not giTcn out until Oct
rut down tho stamp carefully and
Inly and pross gontly. Every dab
blots out tho X destroys the
T.Coldnoll, of Carapbollsvlllo
en nominated to succeed Stato
r Chas. Pnttersonjwho resigned
i for circuit judge,
i tiro in Milwaukee last neok nas
K7d larifost in tho United States.
My blocks of lino buildings'' were
j, entailing a loss of 50,000,
I and fiTO human lives.
long Uroulb. has boon ended by
f pious rains this wock. About the
Lly thing now wanting to moke
i satisfactory is n rousing, Dom-
Mo victory next Tuesday. i
Checks amounting to f 350,000. yvoro
asded to county school superintend
ents Tuesday, This is for tho first
payment to teachers. A good big
slici of tho pio enmo f o this county.
3oo Choynski, of San Francisco,
wulGoo. Goddsrd, col., of Now Or-
leans, fought to a finish at Conoy
Island Monday nluhl. Goddard was
knocked out on tho fifteenth round,
Democrats don't try to tolo Tuesday
until ypu know how. If you
Mieed Information ask Bomobody who
"WnM to instruct you bolpro you
booth. Voting i easy
Figuring It All Out.
Tho Chicago Ncwltccord, an In-
dejendont paper, gives somo Interest
ing Dgurcii on Iho prospects of next
It ritot tlio claims of ench nallonnl
commlttoo and thon makes IU own
figures from bolli of theso catlmales.
TUG DEMOCRATIC CLJUU.
Tho Domocrnts claim as euro tho
30 Southern States, Now York, Now
Jersey, Indiana, Montana and 0 votoa
in Michigan, or n total of 220. Tlioy
conccdo tho Republicans 17 Northern
mid Western Staled with 15f votes,
Weaver Is (Iron Nebraska, Novada,
North Dakoln ami South Dakota villi
18 vote. Connecticut, Wisconsin
and Illinois with 12 rotes nro classed
as doubtful, favoring tboDomocrats.
Those figures oloct Cloroland with tho
suro States, as 223 roles oloct.
the nnrcULiCAN claim,
Tho Republicans claim nil of tho
Northern States but four, or a total of
257 roles. Thoy conccdo tho
craU nil tho Southern States but Wost
Virginia, also C rotos in Michigan,
making 102 toIcs. Thoy concodo
to Wcovor and class as
ly' 'doubtful Montana, both Dnkotas
and Went Virginia with IS votoa. Tho
thou deduces thoso Eg-
without rAKiisiv mas,
If an impartial guoss wero to bo
tnado basod'upon tbo prirato opinions
given to a Notvs Record corres
pondent nt "various hoadquartors it
would dlffor from thoso quoted nboro
and would be about as follows:
California OiNoit Hamiuhlre
Oolorado I Ohio . .
iaaas. . i. . .. . 8 CIMfCTl
lnoli . .. I'ramjlTanlit ..
lOWA is Itlanil
Kansu ID Vermont ..
Maine 6 athliiftoh
MOftftArbtiwlU .. 1! Wjomlu;. ,. ..
lllclilRaii . V
Ikllnnpsota . ( .. , . . t ToM.i ... . , ...IS
Alabama 11 MliKurl . .
Atianuo Nottli Unroll o a
DelavaiD t New JTM7 .
Klorld 4 South Carolina
Onirsra , IS Tenncawo
nenmcKy It reiaa
1otiUlana t Vlrglala
rrorLE s rAnrr
JOCDTrui. (rioRi;o DiKOcaira).
Totit .. .... .M
nciBrnt. (rAVouixo HtrcrLicissf.
Montant . r.8
Con)mctlcu ... S
.IICVU.ll, . . .. ... .... ... ..!
KonrrcL (I'AtoaiNU raorLE's riarr).
Korth Ditota 3
SoulUDikctn . ..... i
Total . . , .. , 7
Soma persons of'moro than ordina
ry intolligenco would pick Illinois,
Nebraska, Wost Virginia, Virginia and
MsBsachusetU as being in tho doubt
ful class, but tho nbovo tabulation
probably represents the opinions
held at both headquarters. Out
of all thoso varying attempts to look
into the futuro one stubborn fact
that Now York is still tho pivotal
Sfato. Tiio Republicans cannot
hope to win without it, except by pho
notnonal good luck. Tho Democrats,
it thoy lose it, have only thohopo that
tho election will bo thrown into tbo
Rouse of Representatives, If they
carry tho State thero is still a possi
bility that they will lack a majority in
tho electoral col logo. This gives rise
to a paradoxical condition. Tho party
that carries Now York is not sure of
success, but tho party that loses tho
Stato is likely to bo defeated.
If somo brief comment wero to ba
added to tho non-partisan tablo aboro
it would bo that the fight for tho next
week on tho part of tho Democrats
will bo to defend while tbo Republicans,
so far as campaign tactics nro
concerned, must gain ground. This
is not what Republican
are saying, but it is what tho
Republican managers in tho back
rooms aro saying, after nn
that no names aro to bo usod.
Till. ACTUAL SITUATION.
As things look now tho Democrats
hold nn advantage Republicans
the 159 votos of the solid South
and say that Now York and Indiana
aro still lu doubt. Democrats claim
thoso two States with tho su promos t
confidence Connecticut hangs iu tho
balanconndNow Jersey is Domocratic.
It is hold that in Wisconsin tho Democrats
hnvo at least n fighting chanco
whdo Illinois is simply a subject for
hop. Nevada is concedod to tho
pie's party by Ropublicaus, whosny
that Nebraska has passed tho critical
abgo and is all right. Colorado torn
its are hopof ul, and Idaho, it is
has become certainly Republi
can through tho ls(e "uutaent re
quiring a tost oath from Mormons.
Tho two Dakotas aro littlo under
stood, oven by tho Ropublican nation
al committee, and tho imminent
from tho peoplo'a party does not
seem to b fully appreciated. Wost
Virginia is certainly doubtful, with
threatening symptoms of a surpriso
for tho Domocrats, owing to Stophon
B. Elkins' shrewd effort s. This summary
comes noaror tho trufh than
oithcr committee would caro to admit.
It ropresonls a toned-down avorago of
tho conllictiug claims.
Tho Glasgow Times says Goodnight
is in danger of defeat in tho third district,
unless Barren can give him 1,-
.-, i in
The Republican hegira continues
this nook, Amoug tho desertions in
this last nook of the campaign aro
tho following: Mr. Bronnell, head of
a big canning establishment at Rata
via, N. Y., who wives as a reason that
tho McKluloy bill has addwl 110,000
to tho cost of his tiu cans; Dr. I, D,
Waruor, a Republican doctor In Connecticut,
n corset manufacturer, wjjo
is tired of high tariff; F. G. Moulton,
ofBatavia,N. Y., Stato
throo yoora ngoi tho outlre faculty
of Williams Collogo with two exceptions;
Goo. B. Loud, of New York,
u former G. A. It. cointuamkrs Goo,
Program for tho County Education
nl Association at lis rrgular monllily
mooting nt Bovorly, Ky., Saturday,
Nor, 10, 1802.'
10 n. in. music.
Ojwnlng rniarks J. G. Wright.
llluslrnltvo work In History and
Geography II, L. Holt.
Nocossary ways and means to in
croaso tho ofllcioncy of our schools
Sunt. S. L. Froggo. Discussion. W,
il, Maukln, Miss Jounio West,
Rocitation Mlsa Lluio Donuoll.
12 in. Intormisston.
Drawing lis plnco In our public
schools G. V. Donuoll. Discussion,
J, R. Fitzhugli, Miss Llnnlo Mnwmnu.
How shall wo socure a continued
professional Improvement of our
tcachcrsl C. II. Dietrich, S. L.
Friday aftornoon exorcises Round
Tho program will knaried as much
as possible with muslo and othor features
that may make it interesting.
All (eachors nro oxpoclod to take part
in tho exorcises, and r ion da and patrons
of tho schools nro cordially invited
(o moot with us. Wo nro anticipating
a very pleasant mooting. Como.
Commlttoo ( S. L. Frogge.
on Miss Jennie Wost,
Program, ( Miss Maltlo Roose.
Tho I. W. HatpoL s tho finost
flavored whiskey on earth.
Used In moderation, it is a suro
cific for indigestion, for goneral
ity, for insomnia, for mental depression.
J. W. Smith, Hopkinsvillo, Ky.
A New Wlrnkle In Postal Cards.
A new postal card with a stamped
reply sheet has been issuod py tho
corernmont. Tho novoltr is virtual
ly two postal cards in one; nt least it
consists of two cards piintod on ono
shoot which is folded in tho cantor.
Tho Bondor wrtios tho address on tho
front page of tho card and tho mes
sage on tho othor side. Tho recipiont
has only to detatch tho remaining
half of tho sheet and writo his roply
on the back. One pie co is called the
messAgocard and tho othor pioco the
roply card. Both aro stamped with
tho picture of Gen. Grant. It is ono
of the best nnd most convenient arrangements
of tho kind that has yet
omanatod from the postoffico department
nod will catch on rapidly with
Ths Chios go Ledger
Is tweulr Tears old and has n circu
lation of 110,000 copies a week. It is
n combined story and family paper,
luuy up iu inu muui iu uvery
and handsomely illustrated.
There is a Fashion Department, and
nlso a Younir People's Department,
either of which alone is worth tho
subscription price 01 zl)U per year,
51.00 for nix months, or CO cents for
throo months, bond for freo specimen
conies and inducements for clubs.
Boys and girls everywhere nro making
money selling tho Ledger to rogular
customers. Writo for particulars.
Addnss tho publisher, W. D. Boyce,
11U, Ub ana 117 1'iltn avouue, union
May Be Interesting to Know
iuat wnen tlio excursion rates aro
made to Chicago for pooplo who live
In the East to enable thorn to attend
tho World's Fair uoxt roar, it is con
templated by the Western roads
to also mako excursion latea from
Chicago to all principal business and
tourist points in tho West, North wost
and Southwest, so that those who
to Bpend a fow weeks among their
mends in iho urent West, may nave
an opportunity of so doing without
incurring much additional expec".
It mar bo well to consider this sub
ject in advance of actual timoof start
ing, and tho Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway Co. has issued maps
and time tables and other instructive
rending matter, which it will bo glad
to furnish free of oxpenso upon
Blication by postal card addressed to
. C. Brady. Southorn Pasaoniror
Agont, 237 1th Ave, Louisville, Ivy.,
or to Gio. II. Heaford, General Passenger
Agont, Chicago, HI.
Tho Legislature woro itself out and
wont to piocos Tuosdny, It will
in regular sossion Nor. 15.
Gor. Brown Bont no messago in regard
to tho Rovonuo and Corpora
tions bills boforo tho adjournment.
Eory Democrat Bhould go to tho
polU Tuesday determined to voto
ngainst ovory candidate of tho Republican
party. Stamp under tho
rooster's foot nnd In tho email square
to tho right of Walter WarOold'a
name. Two stamps will do tho
Eloction officers should bo suro that
every voter has boon precinct
sixty days boforo ho is allowou to
voto. There is always a groat doal of
moving at this season of the yoar and'
illegal voting Is sum to be attempted
by Republicans who have lost thoir
votes. Look out for frauds, which
aro made oasy in ,the RbwncS' of a
county registration law.
(rioili W AjUtoUojraiilijrct anBdltor, In (be
I wroto two scathing editorials for
this papor, which had a good doal to
do with bringing ou tho war,, it was
said. When I boo now what that war
cost in blood and bitterness aud vain
regret, of courso I am sorry about It
but thou I was young and impulsive,
and had neror brought on a war. I
would know better now.
Tho fusion talked of in Oregon was
consummated thts eok and
doctors woro wlthdrawu and
Democrats will voto for tho Weaver
ticket, Domocrats claim that this as-sums
(ho defeat of tho Harrison electors.
The volo for supreme judgo last
Juuo was Kopublicao 01,458, Democrat,
28,803, Third party 12,220,Prohl.
billon 2,708, If tho Domocrats and
Third patty people comblno in good
Jlh JTarrlsniuwiU. U I
THE MOST SUC0E3OFUL MEN.
U nf tha Kama That Would On Into
ft MM of One llnndrod.
It hits been to offer n prlio
for the brt list of tho ono hundred
moat suoecaafiil men In
tho United Ktnlca. In this country
everybody Is Interested In tho
men who liaro succeeded. The fact
that ninny fall only makes tho lntero.it
In thoso who do not fall the greater.
In preparing such an eitlinato latitude
must Ins allowed for tho dlfforent Ideas
of peoplo In regard to what conatltutos
aucccu. Tho mere accumulation of
money, of course, U not tho determining
factor. The one hundred richest men
In tho United States are by no mean
tho nne hundred mnt successful men
In tho United State. On tho other
hand, there U hardly any kind of
Hint does not mean tho acquisition
of a considerable sum of money. Tims,
If we Inqulro who la the most successful
of ths religious leaders of the country
I fnney that moro voter, wonld bo
given to ILot. Dr. Talmnge, of
than to Bishop Phillips llrook, of
lloston, who is by far tho greatest pulpit
orator In the country. Talmago Is
not only a distinguished preacher, but
he has, as preacher nnd lecturer, accumulated
n nutatAntlal fortune, believed
to bo not leas than a quarter of
n million of dollars.
The most successful men nro the men
who Iisto accomplished most, consider
ing tho adrnntagea with which they
started. ThuvwlJIo many men will be
named In the list of ths sa:ccaaf ul ono
hundred, there will be hardly one rloh
mans son among tliem. Cornelius
Vandcrbllt Is one of the richest men In
the world, but ho la not ono of tho most
successful. Ilia name surely can not ba
placed In tho ono hundred lUt.nvhlle
that of his attorney and associate,
Channccy M. Dcpctv, must surely ba
In Boston we should not put In the
rich young Montgomery Sears, but
should probably put at the top of tho
list Frank Jones, the great
president of tho lloston A Maine Railroad
Co., who ran away from
home when a boy and did chores
for a living, and has risen to the
rank of a ten millionaire
from that start In life. Roswcll P.
Flower, who began life op In Jefferson
county, N. Y., with not much better ad
vantages, nnd who Is nearly as rich as
I'rank Jones, would havo to bo put in
the one hundred HsL
In Rhode Island, Fletcher, the
worsted manufacturer, who came OTcr
here as an English laborer and is now
tho owner of many mills and many
millions, would probably stand nt tha
heod of the Hat of successful men of
that state. ,
In the district of Columbia Alexander
Graham Hell must take first place as a
man of largo accomplishments oulsldt
of politics. The Inventors of tho
country, Udison, ltcll, Thornton, Maxim
nnd others, who hare all realized
fortunes from their bruins, would ba at
once Toted a place among thoso who belong
to "the one hundred." One
of the curious results of making up such
a list would be that we should find
comparatively faw public men In the
list. Ncarlj overy man who gots to
congress la a man wko has in somo conspicuous
way shown his superiority to
the average citizen of his district, but
when it comes to tho great "doers" wo
do not look' for many of them within
the walls nf thecapltoh
One of tho men whose right to be In
the list of ono hundred people might
differ about Is Henry Villard. But Mr.
Vlllnrd retains the presidency of the
great consolidated electric company in
splto of tho statements of the New
York financial writers that he would
not remain there. Ills position seems
to be a strong one. He told a friend
the other day that ha now had nil the
money that ho wanted. lie has got at
least ten million dollars, nnd this time
he proposes to hold on to it.
LAST DAYS OF THE EARTH,
tlaprlred or 1U .Itinoipher. It Will V
Mnnlr Frotcn to Death.
The earth hns been born nnd it will
also die. It will como to an end either
through old age, whonltsvltal elements
havo been exhausted, or from th ex
tinction of tho sun, upon whoso rays its
Ufa depends. It may also end ace!
dentally, from n collliloo with some
heavenly body encountered on its
course, but that end of the world k of
all the most improbable. It may dio a
natural death by tho slow absorption of
Its vital element, nnd, In truth, It is
probable that air and water aro both
diminishing, for utniu and the atmosphere
seem formerly to have been much
more estcnslvo than bow. Water has
penetrated the terrestrial crust
and combined chemically with the
rocks, and the oxygen, nltrogon
nnd carbonlo acid composing our
atmosphere seem also to bo undergoing
a slow absorption, rhrough tho mist
of futuro ages tho thoughtful person
may far sec tho earth growing cold in
the sleep af death,havlng been deprived
of Its atmosphere, which, like tho vapors
of a green-house, protect it ngainst
the glacial bleakness of space. Trem
the summit of mountains eternal snows
will descend like a shroud over the
great table lands and valleys, driving
before them life and civilization, and
covering forever the cities and nations
In their path. Life nnd human activity
will gradually bo contracted betwoen
the tropics; St. Petersburg, London,
Paris, Vienna, Constantinople and
Home will full asleep In succession under
an eternal shroud. Tor many centuries
equatorial humanity will undertake
useless Arctic expeditions In
search of Paris, Lyons, Bordeaux
and Marseilles. Tlio shores of seas
and pie map of the earth will bo
changed. Life and respiration will
havo ceased except In the equatorial
zone, till the day when the last tribe,
already dead with cold, and hunger,
will sit down upon the shores of tho
nnly remaining sea nnder the rays of a
pale sun that henceforth, hero below,
will only give light to a moving tomb
revolting around a body whose light
and heat are useless. Overcome by cold,
the last human fumlly is touched by
the finger of death and its bones are
burled beneath eternal Ice
In future ages the historian may
writo: "Here lies all mankind and a
world that has lived! Here lie all
dreams of ambltloa, all glorious military
conquests, all famous financial
transactions, alt the systems of an
science, and all vows of mortal
km! Hera lie all the bcsutles of tha
earth?" Hut no mortuary monument
will mark thu spot whers the poor
planet breuthed Its last algh. N. Y.
A tumber of Ilrooklyn'a wealthy
men have rained a fund to build a
ofiureh In (lew York where aervlces will
1m held for doai niuteo,
Autumn anil winter IlaU.
A round hat with string's Is of beige-colored
velvet. A ruche of velvet sun
rounds tlie crown, and a bow ot beige-colored
ottoman ribbon Is placed at the
back, supporting a duster of cetrlcli
tips with ait nlfrroKa shading from
beige to white. Tho strings am of a
light shade o blege. Another round
hat has a brim of tobacco brown felt
edged with a narrow atlU marabout ami
a soft crown of velvet to match,
ornamented with gilt pins. Irregular
loops of brown velvet, bows of green
ribbon, and two shaded green qullla
are the trimming, A small Uxjus boa.
net has a crown of white velvet and a
brlra of volvtt folded,
by a twist which U knotted at Ihe
froqt. A velvet bow la placed ot the
" V-.IVL Dn ? ivr.. ... y. ,.
Pirbe1e DemOcralla Olub.
Tho following good Domonrallo
correrpcadence Is of Iho Character
that thoroughly oiplalos Itaolf I
FflAKuroRT, Oclobor 21. II. T. Far
Htn, Esq , Secretary State Lkaock
or Democratic Cluds . Ah Dear flir:
1 havo tho honor (o transmit herowith
an application from thn Pembroke
Democratic Club for admission Into
tho Stain LeaguootUomocratlaClubSi
Jielng n ciliron of Hint place, 1 can
truthfully say that thnro am no
truer or hnttlor lightit!)
tho fnco of the earth than
they, nnd nono nho will uwpoiid to
tho call of (heir party and curlier or
hUr any lator. I bolietoyou "ill find
their accession to your Lesi;iio to bo
of great worth.
Frank J. Uiciiardson.
Tho npplication roferrod to by Col,
Iiichardsou is his communication la as
To'lhe Democratic '.S'fnfo faanue of
viuus: xno uomocratto uiuiioi
broke respectfully solicits tho honor
of membership In your loaguo. Wo
number over eighty mombers all
good men, tried nnd truo and if admitted,
wo promise to do our duty.
V. A. Ga3rett, Pres.
H. L. Trice, Sec.
Tho Iho club will bs promptly admitted
thoro is no doubt, just as there
is nono that the tried and truo Democrats
of Pombroko will givo a good
account of thcmsolves at tho mils lu
Nnvomlxir, as thoy havo stoadly dono
in Iho past. When Fraud Iifchardson
indorsos a man's Democracy it has to
bo all wool nnd nynrd wldn, nnd that's
tho kind thoy have at Pembroke.
Tho voto for Prosidont in tho Second
district in 1883 was: Cleveland
1C,G32, Harrison 13,313, Fisk 537.
Cleveland's majority 3,219. The total
vote was 80,432. This was Iho largest
voto the district over gave, although
000 Democrats in Christian county
did not voto. These voters will shako
off their apathy and voto this timo.
Out of a poll of 30000 votes next
Tuesday tho figures in tho Congress'
lonnl race will stand about as follows
Ellis 11,000, Kimberley 11,000, Pettit
6,000. This is allowing Pettit an
of 1,800 votes over Erwin's
volo of last year, which was 3,219.
Tho Saturday Dlade
Is tho greatest nowspnper wonder of
tho age. It is four years old uud has
a circulation of over a quarter million
copies n week. The latest Konsations
and tho most marvelous events are
writt n up in tho best stylo and fully
illustrated. Subscriptions received
at 12 0C a yoar, 51.00 for six months,
or 50 cents for three months Special
inducements to clubn Soud for fieo
s)eciinon copies. Boys overy whnro
aro makiiiLT bin mooov nalliuu; the
Blade on iho streets. Writ for par
ticulnrs. Address Ihe publisher, W,
V. Bovco, Ul. lift and 117 Film ave
Sabbath School Convention.
There will bo a union Sabbath
School Normal Convention in this
city on the first aud second of Decern'
ber, Rev. A, K Fcnner, of Louisville,
will bo hero to help us nnd perhaps
the Stato Presidout of S. S. Union.
of all churches and
SabbitliHchoobj is earnestly desired.
S. N. Vail, PrwiidMUt.
As a laitt resort tlio llopublicnns aro
boldly advertisiutf tho sizo of their
corruption fund and fixing tho price
of "floaters" iu Now York at 130 each.
Butters aro givtug heavy odds on
Cleveland's carrying Now York.
Mat Major has made a faith! ul and
officii ut deputy sheriff. Tho interests
of thu people will bo subserved by
electing him shonff aud tho voters of
tho county will soe that he is elected
Tbo whito murderers named Lucas
and Uurgessworo ljuched at Lebanon,
Va., ono night this wok.
Ellis is winding up his campaign in
McLean county this week. Ho is nil
right in McLean.
Voto for Judgo Grace, who has no
superior as n judge in Kentucky.
, Brown & Bnckloman, Evangelists,
will begin a mooting at tho Christian
church, in this city, Sunday
bar 13th, Thoy aro specialists in
their hue, ouo of them a lino singer and
will command u good hearing. Her,
J, W. Mitcholl, pastor of thn church,
is now holdiug u uniting at Concord,
this county, but will return to his
chargo in timo to preach next Sunday
evuuing and make all othor announce-moots.
Smitusoh. I'etlusSmithson, n vory
promising young man of this city,
died at tbo homo of his pa routs near
Farmvillo, Va, on the 25tL. ult,
Bged22yoa(B. Doceaml occupied a
responsible position with a promiuent
tobacco house of this city at ono time,
but 111 health compelled liim to rosigu
aad loavo for his old home, which ho
did In Juno last. Consumption was
tho causo of doath.
DowKta. Peter Downor dlod near
Pombroko Wodoosday of typhoid fe
ver, aged C5 yoars.
Knott James Knott died at his
homo in Pembroke last Saturday,
aged about 05 yoars.
In tho blood,
ulcers, catarrh, and
safe, spoody, and
effective of all
No! Qnll. So Mad.
OU do yoil rotad,
air, by striking that little boy wlt't a
- Little Hoy 'Twasn't a baseball, 'twas
only a stone. Ooud News.
Her llnllnc raxlnn,
lie (humbly, after being accepted)
I know I am not worthy of you! Tell
tne, my beautiful darling, what you
naw lu such a plain sort of fellow folio
you know I was dreadfully nfrnld
you were going to rofuso tuol
She I did Intend to but you know
my weakness. I never rould resist a
bargain- nnd whei you proposed you
did look so awfully cheap How could
I let you go? Jury.
W!4 A sI
Both tho method and results when
8yrup of Figs is taken; it Is pleasant
and refreshing to tho tosto, and nets
mntly yet promptly on tlio Kidneyi,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system
effectually, dispels colds, headaches
and fovcrs nnd cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind over produced,
pleasing to tho tnsto and acceptable
to tho stomach, prompt in
its nctlon nnd truly beneficial in Its
effects, prepared only from tho most
healthy and ngrccablo substances, lu
many excellent ipialltica commend it
to all and havo mado it tho most
popular remedy known.
Byrup of Figs U for aalo in BOo
and $1 bottles by all leading druggists.
Arrr reliable druraist who
may not havo it on handV will procure
it promptly for any ouo who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAH MAKCISCO. CAU
lowsmu, at. Af iv rosie, u.r.
f?LARETT p -
?. rrrA Krancrafo rn;
aZ2i uw u
sflHvP5? lreP rt!r?v -J
)im rsb 'im
, j jjc st. ct
- J. t, ii jtt
EvtiirW3MAN THAT HAS Aliv' SDAVL .
Awn mamv TVirar n? .A- Apr
i uvl nmi iitwiiu
MLt 5PEND HER CCNTC FO.i ! USEFULCAKE
Of FAIRBANKS- CL'H R rTE -SOAP-
TRICKS WITH TICKETS.
raople Who Try to Ural Tlielr Way on
"Ticket, sir! Here, you can't pass
on without puitlnjf a ticket in tho box,"
and a tlrkct chopper nt nn up-town
elevated rallroail stitlon laid his litinJ
on a t'ontleman Jut In front of mo as
I approached the lmx injsalf, ticket In
I was pre.itly surprised at thlsactloo.
for 1 had distinctly seen tho passensrer
who haJ Wen slopped pause at the
box nnd I had noted the ticket as It left
When the ticket-chopper stopped him
the gentleman turned around nnd expostulated,
sayinir: "I dropped my
ticket In all right"
"No you didn't, nuthcr." said the
chopper bluntly. "You made n bluff,
but it didn't 'ira" Tho passenger
fumbled in his pocket n moment and
prrduced another tfeket which ho
It In tho bo, remarking: "That's
the second ouo, but perhaps the other
dropped on the outside nf tha box and
blew away." Then ho ran for his
I stopped ti speak to tho guard, and
told him I hnd seen tho man drop his
ticket in tho box.
"Vouse think yu did, but you didn't,"
lemarked Col. lt,In's man,
"Them fellers have a coracion rubber
band passed around tlielr hand
which holds the ticket ngainst their
hand Then they take th ticket between
the thumb nnd forefinger and
make a show of hnMlngitorer tho box,
but when they let go u( it. Instead of it
dropping whera it ought to go, It snaps
back ngain into tho palm of tho hand.
"'Most of 'em's m allele at tlio game
that they'll fool you every time If thero
Is any crowd. This feller Just now,
though, was a duffer." N, Y. Herald.
CARE OF CHINA.
now Thr HUtora Kept Their Vur Twh
In a certain house In an
old-fashioned country town it Is a fiiin
Uy beast that not one bit of china has
been broken, cracked or "nicked"' In
twenty-seven years. The flnt time
such a disaster occurred was when
soldiers viaited the place about tho closo
of the war. It is nlmot unnecessary
to remark that no male creature Is a
member of this noteworthy household.
Three maiden ladlos, who wcro young
when the troopi cum,
compose the family, and this Is the way
the rlto of conducted:
All the edibles arc removed and the
pretty creamy china with its purpl nnd
gilt band is carefully seraped with a
scrap of bread. To scrape with n knlfo
would be held n crime. Then It is piled
nratly on a low table about tho alio of
a sewing-table. The out glass and old-fashioned
silver are nlso piled there.
Then one uf the sUtera tnkea her
placo on a chair Wore It and nnother
hers on tho aide. A big bowl of ator,
Just hot enough for the hands to work
la comfortably, and soft cloths are
The articles are washed ptoou by piece,
by one slater, the allver and gluss first,
then the cliliio. Thon the seeond sister
drka them a soft lliisu iJotha, nnd
place them on the other table. No
mopa, no boiling water, no piling of
dUhes and pmtrlnp water over them is
ever allowed. Aud that Is why tha
dishes are notcraukcdornteltud, though
they are worn thin, Ilosldes, tlui process
Invests dtsh.wasbiiig with a uertaln sort
of poetry, N. Y, World.
American Tip To Irce
Frsnshnian Yulyou (If ut wutalro?
American J gav tha waiter half a
' - T I
Increases trade, aside from the fact Hint wo soil
at lower prices than any Clothing Shop in town.
other reasons why the MAMMOTIl is Iho best Clothing
house in .own. Our method of doing business: First, we tell
tho truth in our advertisements nul in our si ore wo gtmrnntoo
every article wo sell as represented and nnythiug you buy of us
"TTAll 1 4 Ittinill in! Jt-1 tl a
juu uiui luiiuii ii uusuLiniuuuu,) aim wo Will rOllllHI youi
and do it uhcorfully too.- Its our way of doing business,
wo say a garment is all wool you can bet your Inst dollar
is just that way. We
are here to stay and
and honest dealing through all tho years to
Wrt lllll e1llH' "l'Ml nnhliinnl Kiwi .vl' .. 1 .
. j onv.t jwii
gle, square and double-In -ousted sacks mado
Company, wholesale Tailors. Host lino of
worsted sacks and frocks at lower prices than any oilier house.
Shoos, hats and furnishing goods.
Brick Manufacturers and Builders
oz&tie nEiizLjiorfcT bbick o:et
Vard Xorlli .Main and Jrvup Avenue. Qfllco Sixth Street, rear of Plainer' Hank.
,.u w,. nui u, 'tt
The World' Talr lino lo
Aud all poiutn , N'orlh, ind
Finest nnd hfv. 1 'u Miu.ii) t(u.tibuled
Duflot Sloopont and I'alaiH chair cars
on all branches.
No cbnnge of cars,
Quickoxt I. Ion
nnd Uviwt rtt.R.
For maps nnd all inforuihtioii ad-dross
Jas.Barkcr.O, P. A., CliicnKO.III.,
or W. G. Crush, 0. 1. A
72 Pago Cuta!on'ii, Mil
Cr. Cluck ul Stonier, Anliillc, Ten.
Xe text book uud hi
Teschera ot long exnerleace and In aclua
butlnvM at tlio head of each department..
rtiecslfMlioolknonnlaui tbaltrarel. ineu
ullcUInx anil locating ioitlODi (or II. 'Krailu.
tac. WeliRYorecuuil Uiuubt llio Naitiyllli
Commercial Colleita and now have on ul tlie
lM.ileqnlpiX'1 and paironlied achoola In tha
anum, i nil vii orauurt'H
J.F. Orauohon, Prcst.
inancntlr cure. all forma
nf Nervous Urakne.i,
$!& J! Kiiilwlont, Siiermator.
rlica, lmtotencranil all
eOottiot Akuie or
nvir tl real a In thon.
VUfoia anlAnaFT """ "
ltcllable and lloneit Meillclna Vnowu Ak
.li.il.t t. ,.. W.ui.l't lhf.nhnrflhl If ha
olcn aouie wortlileni iiiO'HJIno lu plate 0( llili,
Irate UK Uliliourai ttoin, meioM in iru in icurr
ami we wlllaemllir return mall I'rlre, ono
package, II I ul x,V. Ono will weaae. wju
corn, raiiplilrlln v',n sesfeil envelope, 1
Uin Ail lieiio
TllliWO(ll) ... .... , ... Clll'.MICAI, . . Iltw.ll CO, lll.ll
111 INMlwnril pvaiiuv, ,.w,..i., -..v..
r&ZM lii llopklniTlllr ami every wheie by
TflBLER BUCKEYE PILE
CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES.
A SURK and CERTAIN CURE
known forioyenranstho BEST
REMEDY FOR PILES.
rnw4 kj mtiuaaaus.TiiKSHm. to., ir.nifia.
AMOS V, HARRIS,
(uilwrawl UlreeUirlaiwlBe llreedera' A
vclalioa,aai Under of UrjlUcreil
Union Ctounly, Ky.
!ninln bnl Arl.elSM Btock ihtd, end sll
BrteJlnvlt.iulaio.lao I ttiat l'lja can beiup.
iUel Henrlr unr month la (lit year, Trice
Aceonltng to As A anil Sat,
rf(ojir Aiiarrsw, ruwnxoYt Unh
surisrost . . wauoaai ii link, MorRanfleU
llaakel Uatonlovnaad manir unioin
B.nawaa n WliUW Hall
. i J-JJ'.'. '&'JS
IWMTil , IWs.UlkaXJES
consider your interest
expect our store to boa
unv, miinilUOU IH1U Ul UliVVJl'liS HI l(H. ,M!l-
Miccessors to Pye, Diokeil &
J- JEL- lDX3r3r
Contractor, Builder and Dealor'iiu
LTJMBEE Am . ..
H'ilii 1 I
- tkalbisaiaSS fflBgBSBSaEBg&l
Thoro nro several
befon niv own. Vo
oomo.' v v
. . , .
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by tho Moiii Nud
.staplo.gnn h, b'.uo ant
and importer of
and the most de
feel confident that orders oiilrusloii
and nrtifitia manner.
our Solicitor for work.
Mieeu, uppottte Court llouei, LouImIUh. Ky.
roof. All itodorn Improveinentfl, in
bol's and tcWranh office Entir
Jifjhta. Electric cam pass tho door
W. S. MILLERJr.,
a. claez if
ARTISTS UMl'LOYKI). Ufl
of tlio TllIITII.
at dead low
COHEN, tt ri
Utor 40 yonre' oxporiouce wo
I to ns Will bo oxecutod in n skillful
J'one but the best
F. U. WHITLOW Is
Corner Jeffcrton, Center and Unvn
Itrcently renovated fiont collar to
' dint,' stonro li"ft. levator,
Hri:. Jihtcil Hilhliicaudrtscviilohvtriq
'ot nl uarfsol the city.
A. W. JONES,
J. J. SULLIVAN', Clerlu.
J. L. MARSHALL J
Nouo but Iho IIKST
LcaYo your measure
FALL &, WINTER
in onr line.
II, J. HURT, PROPRIETOR.
RATES: $1,60 to $2.00 PER DAF.
COR.TWELFTII AND MAIN STREETS,
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