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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891081201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Do tou wnut to rrmli steady and litierul purchasers In tliU part of tliD country ) on can do It through the columns of this piper. THE BRECKENRlDGffi N CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1891. to his method Of fight. Ho is divided ns to whither it shall be through an Independentor political organization, fki J !& lt. Dim"! i . "' iTB 1 of au VOL XVI. N ISO. 3. Wo have just received a hcautiful lino of through'. political party now existing. The Burning Question of the Hour Ho scl that tho Republican party is And is Not to be Whistled To tho great not to bj conpidcrcd in this respect. Ho Down By the Political is ndvarcinj in detnll on tho great Republican! leadors. After slaying Ingnlls Leaders of Either in Knnkis, ho is sharpening his knifo a am 0 aM M Party. A A Bfc MA for .Tolir Sherman in Ohio. Ho isun-abl- o to distinguish why it is n moro OF THE FARMER HAS SOME RIGHTS reprehensible thing to lend money to THAT MUST BE RESPECTED. tho fanner on supposed good security, than blend millions to the Nicuaraugal Ho So Making Himself Heard, And Canal Company on worthless bonds, Thcv will sell vou Gincrhams for S and o cts.. worth 10 at Will Be a Factory In the Politics At prices that can't ho beat. whichj tho latter statesman favored in J Y' Calicoes, hest Chnmbrny styles from c to 6 cts. worth 61 tc of This Country. last Congress. Ho has fully opened I tho Henrietta cloth formerly sold for 25 cts. worth only 23 for tr his eyes to tho fact that tlio money uays omy. Wo keep constantly on hand a nice line of An nblo Article on tlioSlltin lion and popr through the Republican party, Black Lawns from 7 to 10 cts. wotth 10 to 15. Sign of tlio Tlmoti. whic'a has nil nlong been its ti listed agent, HIGHEST GRADES QF FLOUR Iilack India Linen, guaranteed absolutely fast for 23 cts. i yard! has tnacted all tho lane, and shaped nil formerlv sold for 2c cts. tho jolicies, of which ho complains, nnu Fine Persian Lawns and Mulls 12J to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. Editor News; has imposed upon him nil tho burdens India Linen Gingham Plaids for 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. It is blind folly to shut our eyes to undtr which he gioans. Ho sees thnt Bleached Cotton best brand Hone 8i cts. worth 10. what may bo called tho "farmer's move- tho platforms of that party aro tho Lodics' Black Corsets for 75 cts. woth $1.25. ment" in the country. Itjs a menaco all Allinnco teachings. Ho Best Linen Crash for towels 9 cts. worth 12$. to existing conditions and threatens recfils twin tiiat party in horror nnd Gent's Neck Wear from 5 cts. up. a modification, if not a revolution, of braids it ns n public enemy! Gent's Suspenders from 10 cts. up to 50 worth from 15 to 75 cts. our financial practices. Ladies' and Gent's Shoes at all prices. Js to tho Democratic party he is At lowest prices, and are also Agents for tho Tim war. and the necessities of the Tlio farmer Democratic anticc-dcJt- s, All things in proportion for cash for the next ten days only. Don't frnvnrnmntlt for lanrO rOVCnUCS III lis fail to attend and get a bargain in something you need before this aucpoints to its history from tho be finan prosecution, changed our whole tion closes. We mean business and will do what wc say. ginning. Ho challenges his Allianco cial system thirty years ago. It led to urotlior to point out any legislation in Respectfully. tlio the issuo of legal tender notes by & oeo hundred years by that party, that eel tlio creation of government, and later, Main Street, was of n clnss nnturc, or ndvereo to tho HARDINSBURG, KY. national banks authorized to issuo notes misses of tho people. Ho stoutly nnd issues added to for circulation. These And the North Western Fcrtlizcrs Co's., com- tho gold and silver in circulation, pro- truthfully nrgues that it has nlwnys been t foo to monopoly, nnd if restored to to bo a redundduced what was alleged M power nnd given tho opportunity, it ant currency, and tho great aim was to would afford all tho relief possible. He reduco tho volume of circulation, so as ippeals to his Republican brother to specie payments. to produco seek that relief from this long tired Strong for this end, a mistako, tho friend t)f the people. o aro now reaping, was fruits of which Whatever may bo tho result of tho decommitted, and wo nro now suffering Givo us a call and you will never regret it. bate in tho end, tho fact remains that from a want of sufficient circulating wo society is more decjdy disturbed thnn medium. Wo went too fast. Respectfully, A political revolution is now in pro gress. Many nflect to bcliovo it is period.) "Whether tlio People's Party ephemeral and will soon pass away. 'drawing its sustcnanco from the Farm etc., This is n great, and may be, an infortu-nat- o ers' Alliance, succeeds ns such or not, tho Prices, terms of exchange, seeds nro planted thnt must produco error. promptly quoted on application. This revolution began but littlo more crops 'soon. Political parties must meet than 0110 year ago. An organization nnd denl with tho issues raised. Itcspcctfully, Dcop seated discontent prevails, among exists carrying upon its rolls voters. It has elected two tho agricultural and laboring classe?. 1,200,000 United States Senators and a number of It is not tho growth of n day, but of years The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices 'J Congressmen distinctively classified as Lean pocket books nro tho lot of tho farm- can be found at MILLERS, er, Ho has nbundnnco of tho hnrvest, A Success. Where Is Heaven? the product of tho politicial feature $f but disappointment nt tho market day, Royal Gcrmetucr is established ns a "What Is Heaven r mu-vwmmmvthis immense organization. This is but Gb. "Chllil, how can I tell rcmnrknblo success. Thousands of testiw n small part of its rapid and successful Great heaps of corn lie in his barns Of the beauty tint rests on 'the City of God i JUL Mi nwniting sale at twelvo cents per bushel, monials attest its virtue. Many of theso work. It has influenced and given its Me carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture My ejes hac not seen It, my fiet hac not trod pen and character to the legislature of nnd nro oven burned for fuel. A mighty ItJ golden picd streets set with jewels whose nro given by men nnd women of tho at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made highest stnnding in tho most honored from worth Kentucky chosen on tho 31 day of Au- crop of wheat realizes not moro thnn pure Oak Tanned Leather. fifty cents per bushel. Tho prices of cat-tl- o Outshine and outvalue the jewels of earth. wnlks of lifo. gust, It las effected its object not nlqno Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, $G.50, 87.50, $9.00 : nro disastrous. Ho sold for ono nnd n And what is Heaven I I know only this In tho midst of a flourishing nnd rap- and $12.00. through its distinctive candidates., It 'TIs the hirthpl ice of glory J the essence of Bridled, Curb Bits 75c, 00c and 1.00. Saddles, 81.75, idly increasing business, tho price is rebliss." has equally reached its aim through; the half or two cents per pound, whilo tho 92.60, 3.50, $4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 87.00 and 810.00. We carry a line butcher gets for them from tdght to eighduced from $1.50 to Si per bottlo. This Is llcncn f" "Where choico of nominees of tho old parties, is done in tho interest of thoso whoso of Rubbor Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Loggings, at "Dear, how do t know ? who belong to tho Allinnco and nro in teen cents. Rnilroads absorb fifty per through the blue throbbing circumstances in lifo deter them from very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Wc gaze Into sp.icc full sympathy with it. An army oc Iect-tur- cent of value in transportation, and ho is. Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainair, addressing left in debt. If ho docs not seo all the are abroad in tho land and wc say, 'It paying tho higher price. Tho rich will ing to the and trade. We have a large line of Collars, Hamcs and Chains, causes of this, ono thing ho does sec. buy it nt any prico, but tho managers Is there,' its membership in secret meeting in Tlio railroads must havo too much for Above nnd bejond us, more high and more high, eel that n medicine which possesses Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. school houses every where. One thous Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds whose floor Is our beautiful sky, God's such wonderful powers should bo placed and newspapers nro printing its views transportation in order to pay dividends And where Is lleavtn i I know only this: on an enormous capitalization, or pay tho within tho reach of tho poor. Many of repairs and make new work to order. and distributing their circulation to ''Us the hojieof all ages wherever It Is." It will pay vou to examine our stock. Hose llartwlch Thorpe In the New York havo said that Gcrmetucr was tho A interest on excessive issues of mortgago every neighborhood and hamlet. bonds. If they wcro capitalized nt their Observer. on tho market. When it is national bureau well equipped has) been remembered thnt n bottlo of Gcrmetucr established nnd is dibscminating 'infor- nctual cost, so largo earnings would not Don't storm tho system as you would a makes n enllon of medicine readv for J. L. Miller & Pnyno are not in mation, and giving direction to tho bo necessary,beand charges of transportation could reduced to his benifit. fort. If "held by tho enemy, constipation, use, it is certainly cheaper than ordiLouisville, St, Louis & Texas R, H, Co. business together as a great many movement. Stato after state is .being Henco the farmer advocates government gently persuade it to surrender with nary medicine in a bulk, nnd when tho organized, nnd it can not bo doubted OF people think. I "am for myself and that tho legislatures of nil tho States, ownership and operation of nil tho rail- DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Theso lit- powers of tho medicine aro taken into 3STO. Sold account, the prico amounts to almost convinccrs roads in tho country. Ho who fails to tlo pills are wonderful will eay and como to mo and' I as well as tho lower house of Congress seo this will bo n burning question in nothing. G. W. Short. by will before long, bo under its influence. Germetuer is the coming success thnt will show you that I will sell you Like all political movements which duo seasons is blind to tho signs of tho Talc 1 11 r- Effect If you aro about to start on a journeyu has nlrendy como. Ask your druggist gather sudden force, this farmer's move times. It is not to bo whistled down ns At 5;00 o'clck A. H, Wednezday Jiilj 29. '91 of you can't take any better traveling for it, nnd if ho cannot supply you writo Capital Stock $25,000. Fiuit Cans, both GEass &Tin ment has some ill advised, senseless and a vagary thoinmisguided farmer. othor with you than a bottlo of ' '0. C. to E. M. Coleman, General RepresentaHo debates his lodiro mnnv Wett Bound Traint distinctive attachments. Its U. Certain Cough cure." Sold by J. W. Eait Bound TVn.n. questions such as tho tariff, the currency, Owen. tive, Louisvillo Ky.. Send for book con61 and land loan scheme is sp absurd, 62 63 64 Mail & F. BEARS, President. B. Mail & taining particulars-anhistory of thnt it recioves and merits ridiculb nnd tho meat and other trusts, tho public Kxpr's Kxpr's STATIONS Kxpr's Hxpr', WILL MILLER, schools, tho public lands, nnd is learning cures. The Newspaper as an Educator. contempt. But nlrendy, tho ovidonces Oolly Dally M. II. DEARD, Cashier. Dally Dally moro daily about them all, and bo assurnro that theso things aro about to bo Any boy or girl who reads n G25nm 8 tt'Min Iv.Un'n I)pt..ar 1V 9 05pir. w. BEARD ed will press them upon tho public ato. 0 40 820 Kentucky St. 12 60 GRAND ANNUAL EXCURSION up 860 abandoned. Tho would bo it o, tho takes tho troublo to look with 40 pieces of ware for $7.00. MORRIS ESKRIDOE 720 900 Directors. West Point 12 10pm tention and demand action. 7 24 903 average newspaper is poking his fun nt J Howard R. M. JOLLY. 12 07pm and familiarizo himself or herself with 31) 7 We cannot meet their nrguments or Jlocjc Haven 11 o3.im 754'' 918 tho "hayseed" nndtho dudish fool of location of nil tho places mentioned, To the Seashore, via L., St. & T. and 921 Long Ilranch 1143 7 47 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 7 47 dissuado them from their purposes, by tho 9 35 767 Ilrandcnliurir 1133 737 thorough knowledge tho city enjoys tho sport ; and even tho a pretty 8 01 C. & 0, Routes. 9 38 Mcailc Sprlnga 1128 732 saying, thoy nro too extravagant in living will havo 9 4i 80S smart trader in tho business world is Kkron 1123 of geography by tho end of the year, 728 817 9 62 Ouatnn 1114 717 apt to placo a low estimnto on tho in- nnd do not diligently pursuo their call- without having woikcd very hard for 8 2l 1001 11 U) Irvington 667 White Sulphur Springs, Richmond, Thoy will ndmit that their sur10 10 8 33 Web iter 1065 6 48 telligence of tho farmer. But tho truth ing. nows makes the geography In- Old Point Comfort and Norfolk visited 8 I.I 1013 10 48 I.odiburg roundings nro better and their comforts It. Tho 639 102(1 852 is tho farmer is a wider reader than he. l'icrce 1037 teresting and fixes localities in tho mem- en Touto. A special train composed of 6 31 10 3.1 8 5'J bti.ipte 10 3J 620 Tho ono confines himself to tho current moro numerous than in tho dnys of their ory as no study of text books and atlases elegant( coaches and Pullman sleeping 10 41 9M Stcphcnsport 1020 619 10 45 cars, will leavo Louisvillo at 1:30 p. m. 912 Addison 1022 614 nows of tho day, tho mnrket reportsi fathers, .but they will insist they nro ns can. Springfield Union. 9 It! 10 48 'rtGENCYJorN from Seventh street depot, Wednesday, 1019 llol much entitled to tho enjoyments of tho 611 931 1102 Clovcrport io (a Home-mad- e 667 August 12, J01, reaching Old Point ComTin Buckets at questions of commercial law and tho ndvnnccd civilization of tho day, as other 98S 1107 Shops 1001 6 62 like, whilo tho other studies economics, 1118 next ovening at O.oO. fort 960 Dr. Acker's English Pills. Skillman 9 47 6 41 15 cents. 1003 1127 llnwesWIle 4m questions from tho larger world of classes. Thoy boo no reason that things 938 6 31 Round trip rates to 1131 1010 9 20 I'etrie nro so instituted that their calling shall Aro activo, eflcctivo and pure For sick $15.00 from Clovorport. Old Point only 622 1141 1016 Passengers will thought, tho general laws of tho land Knlcon 924 516 ApmphIctof Information nndnb-- A headache, disordered stomach, loss of lenvo Clovorport pn regular trains 10.03 10 20 1145 bo subjected to privations in living moro Cayce 9 20 or t no laws, mowing now toi at 612 tiraci nnd tho policies of government. Tho 1162-1027 Lewfsport 913 6 00 nppctlto, bad comploxion nnd biliousUDiam raionu, careati. Trade 12 10pm Tho train will bo run under tho au 1044 CARTRIDGES, ono leads a more intonso life in n nar- than others. This advanced civi ization NAILS, GUNS, 1'owcra 865 4 49 .alarm, uopjnunu, imi jrit. 1068 1223 havo nover been equaled, spices of tho Chesapeako it Ohio R'y , Addrm MUNN O. DUij 1'atct 8 42 should servo them as well as others. ness, they 437 1108 1232 row circlo; tho other, slow to bo suro, Owcnsboro SEWING MACHINES, Urondnwr, 83J s.301 428 either in America or nbrond. For Sale Company, in charge of Mr. W. A' Vil- 1120 1243 Mattingly new xrK. 819 III yet has a slender intelligence, nnd from Ho has created tho very wealth, others byG. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and gus. Traveling Passongor Agent, formerly 1129 12 ti BUILDING HARDWARE, Stanley 810 406 onjoy, nnd thnt being so, ho cannot seo 1138 102 Worthlnirton 800 of Honklnsvillo. Kv. Reduced rates at 348 11 55 118 ROAD CARTS. his ranks nro recruited tho new forces that amidst great plenty produced by Wht & Mendor, Hardinsburg, Ky. BUGGIES, bnottsvllle 7 42 3 41 tho Hygein Hotel, Old Point Comfort, 12 05pm 120 llnsketlj of our socinl business nnd professional 7 34 333 can bo secured upon presentation of O. & 1220ltn 140pmlar.llenders'n Iv 720a himself, ho must bo poor. It ought not 3 20pm life, which rescuo us from decay, mainThe Scholar of the Bench. O. special seashoro excursion ticket. to bo demnnded of him and his loved tain our vigor in all tho departments of Special attontion will be paid to ladies Justico Field is tho scholar of tho Su ones to bo tho mud stratum of society, 7 BOX COOKING STOVE lifo. escorts. Loufsvi'fe,HardfnslburgJiL Western R, R, when'lt was his ihclustry nnd lnbor that premo bench. Besides his Greek and without A campaign of education of tho farmer Sleeping car accomodations will for $11.00. h Latin bo is thoroughly versed In modern provided, but in'order to havo choico bo oven with No. 5 TIME TABLE. of has been persistently pressed sinco tho produced tho very, wealth that maintains and can converso Taking Effect.nt S.00 o'clook a. m. Sunday our civilization, but is Greek bo mado to W. I can and will sell goods cheaper days of tho Grange. In all thoso years, annually transferred 'by soiuq means to fluently and Turkish and Italian. His berths, application shouldAvenue, Louisficptombor 28, 1890. A. Wilgus, 233 Fourth in French from bis pocket ho has mado great ndyancomont in polithan any house in Town. library is ono of tho finest in Washing- villo, Ky., nt onco. Sleeping car rates that of others. Weat Hound Trains East Hound Trains tical science nnd economic 'questions, will bo $1.00 for berth, Louisvillo to Old Dally Daily Tho trader in tho market,!, tho busy ton, and bo himself is probably tho Point to bo occupied by ono or two Dally Dally nnd is much better informed now than ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS. ex Sun. ex Sun man)n chango, tho banker, the' politi- most interesting man in public lifo at No. 3 No.l Louisvillo to Clifton Forgo $1.50 to No. 2 No. 6 ho was in former times. Among other OSOiiu 11 15am L.v IrvltiL'tnn Ar 9 45am tho capital. His extcnslvo travels, com- bo occupied by ono or two porsons. tho flndjnuch 6 45p things ho has learned tho power of or cian, If philosopher, will "thQs!gna. to 715 1142 Garhcld 912 4 60 Special side trip excursions can bo heed ho will but.observo of bined with his long experience of lifo 1168am 7 37 Harned 862 426 ganization. He has been Inspired with 12 05pm 7 43 Junction 844 nnd his wide reading, ninke him a most mado from Old Point at low rates. 416 tho times." 1213 765 a strong confldenco in his own resources, Hardinsburfr 837 400 Tho routo Is through tho .canons of August 5th, 1892. 828 1223 agreeable and entertaining companion. Junction 828 348 nnd has a faith in his own capacities for 12 30 New River, nlong plcturcsquo Greenbrier 8A2 Kirk 815 321 In personal appearanco ho is tall, with riyer, passing White Sulphur Springs, 12 47 910 Jolly 803 300 government ho novor had before. It is That Terrible Congh 9 47 105 Glendeane 744 220 CHILL a somowhat stooping figure nnd a largo crossing tho Allegheulcs and Bluo Ridge CLOVERPORT.KY very evident ho is more ready now to In tho morning, hurried or dillkult 1015 120 Ilockvate 729 146 CHEAI'UST MEDICINE JUVOTON and beautiful Shcnadoah and Mountains 1029 129 head that looks liko Shakspcar's. lluth 720 129 CONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. 10 41 bo aggressive than af any former period breathing, raising plilogm, tightness In 135 Askins Piedmont valloys. 712 1248 WrXXOJ ALSO OUIUD 1101 148 IT Oak. 667 1224 of our history. It is therefore to bo ex- tho chest, quicknqd pulse, chillness in Stop-ovo- r 1120pm 200pm ArFordsvilIeLv privileges will bo granted on So Not Suffer Any Longer. DYSPEPSIA. BILIOUSNESS, 6 45am 12 00m tho return trip, enabling excursionists to pected that this farmer's movement will tho evening or sweats at night, all oruny AND CHRONIC CONSTIPATION. Knovlng that a cough can bo checked in tho near future so materially influ- of theso thl tigs aro tho first stages of con- in a day, and tho first stages of consump- visit Richmond, White Sulphur Springs, C. C. MARTIN and other celebrated resorts. ence tho legislation of the land, both sumption, Dr. Acker's English Cough tion broken in a week, wo hereby guaranTlio choico of routes between RichDRUGGIST Stato and Federal, ns to opornto radical Remedy will euro theso fearful symptoms tee Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy, mond nnd Clifton Forgo will bo given. NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. STIE&iaTTTIE&IEJ, is sold undor a positive guuranteo Headquarters for changes in our business economics. and Excursionists return either Ky Clovorport, and will refund tho money to all who Charlottcsvillo may Staunton, or via and via Tho organization Is too largo, tlio resorvo by G. W. Short, Clovorport, Kyf, and buy, tnko it as per directions, nnd do Lynchburg nnd Natural Rridgo along tho and nil rovic diseases cured by n now forces nro too great, to bo sneered out Witt & Mendor, Hardinsburg, Ky. Pooplo with impuro blood may bo said not find our statement correct. For James River, and nlmost painless process. Consula-tlo- u of to oxist, not livo, Lifo is robbed of half tho way, or treated with Indiflcruiico, frco. Call on nro writo for printed Reno wyotir subscription now. Tickets will bo good returning until its joys when tho blood g If Sale by G. "W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., with Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich Das. II. W. IIbnpricks and Tho immonBO vote in favor of tho now you can't send a dollar for a year sond and matter. Witt & Moador, Hardinsburg, Ky. September 3d, 1801. Handsome book Impurities and disease Joaded this C. D. Tufford. Correct Constitution in our own Stato, received 60 cts. for six months or 25 cents for luan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil descriptive of scenery nlong tho lino will No. 018 Third Street, Louisville, K Its inspiration from tlio Allianco nnd the by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Investigate their merits. DeWjtt's bo mailed to any person upon application condition with DoWitt'e Sarsaparilla, it thrco months. to W. A. Wilgus, M3 Fourth Avenue, rclinblo.-S- old by G. W, Short. spirit of tho times. All labor organizaEarly Risers don't gripe, cause Louisvillo, Ky., or to Agent L. &. N. R. R. is Littlo & Wo cannot afford to deceive you. ConflYou novor tried DoWiU'n Littlo Early tions aro in sympathy with its spirit, DoWitt's SarNiparilla destroys such Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alII. W. Fullkh.G. P. A., O. &. R. R denco is begotten by lionpsty, Do Witt's nausea or pain, which accounts for their Risers for constipation, billiousncss, sick and wo aro confiontcd with a situation G. W. Short Bays thoy S. A. Wikel, P. P. A., L. St. L. & T, R'y, poisons as scrofula, skin disease, eczema, Littlo Early Risers am' pills that will jwpularity. ways kept on hand. Orders acheadache or you would not have these never scon beforo in our history. euro constipation nnd sick hendncho. would not run a drug store without rhoumatism. Its tlmoly uso saves many companied by cash promptSold'by G. Vf. Short. disease. He is, as yet, troubled in his ranks as Sold by G.W, Short. theso little pills. Buy tho Monarch shirt. lives. -F- old by G. W. Short. ly died. I We Buy and Grind only the HATS, Come ! Ca WITT SHOES, and s LAUGHTERED Wm V We Manufacture and Sell only the CLOTHING. FOR. THEi NEXXT TEx MEAD! you have good wheat to exchange or if you want to buy the best flour on the mark If of GROCERIES. g. We have facilities unequal in this section for supplying your wants. Our elevator is pleted and in operation every day. 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' K -- '' MflKfeV mj bbU- - BK.304 - flR' - ' KP f? t i i& Mr. Seltz is on the sick list. .,&1son,ofBig Spring. Hon. A. W. Moreman visited tho city Thk County Teachers Institute last week. Mr.'andtMrs. Ed. Shclmnn aro session at Hardinsburg this week. L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. happy parents of n little son, who Kdltor.and ,. JHSrj2VIIlGII'('-I,A',I1AC;K- , GOINO WEST. Miss Eliza Jones, of Vine Grovespent Proprietors. :.';- 'KfEKBB? reached thes ago of two wccks , . Paisenger Dally arr. Uardlniburg..l2:05 p.m Saturday hero. er(5 The Democratic party carried tho stato Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. BJBjMKBL" .. 7:48 a.in " heard of his arrival "Wo claim our $2.00'SJibo to" bo Louisville, Is visiting ,by 23,000 majority, which shows that tho Mrs. Meyers, of IfluKtSM'., St. & T. Local Time Card. GOIXO KiST. 4 :..:., . in quality of anything oflbrcd bemviuhu v nuaKj,iniii.i Peoples' Party 3vas not much in it. Passenger Daily arr. Hardinsburg.. 8:55 a.m. Mrs. John Hay. and Eznreia uolne Eait 10.06 a.m. name of Jane WellTijAvas'takon up bote 3:55 p.m, fore at tho price and equal to tho " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " 11.07 a.m. " " Weit 1 Mr. A. W. Clarkson, of Big Spring, ni...i.... i u Bm fflir.. i xuttuajr Kxpreia Wo' poor .hoUSC- S.5S n.m. " East The August election of our fathers will best $2.50 in tho market. spent Monday here. Q 27 n m. Sho carried a babe about debt wnnlr- Bell will deliver your goods free. Wl bo no more in Kentucky. Tho adoption Looal Freight 11.19 a.m. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Stiff were in oiu. Knt Mr. Kingston has gone to Illinois. " ..10.01 5.m. of tho new Constitution puts all elections " West town shopping Friday ( in all points that catch nnd picaso Tho Mibscs Woolfolk, Richardson' Mrs. Colcan has returned to Webster. hereafter in November. Mr. Barney Worland, of Irvington, is BickcrstaQ and Rawlmgs mid Messrs! the eye. Mr. Marvin Beard has gone to Big ill at Mr. Henry Gough's. combinations, Frymirc, Wimp and Bickcrstuffpicnick.l Ghosh, it is said, is down on Spring. Cut. Jack. Mr. Paul Hardin is visiting his era at ouipnur weiriucsuay. Tiiey report . Combinntions have never paid the Gov. Brown's slato for Adjutant General The freshest and best confectioneries brother, Dr. John II. Hardin. in fitting qualities, our aim in that a jolly time. olllco if ho wants it. Republican party, in Brcckenridge coun- and can havo that at Bell's. respect being to equal tho finest Misses Winifred nnd Maggio Green Miss Bcttio Rawlings returned to her ty. Thoy have been in vogue for twenty But tho Captain is not a Democrat for You can get 22 iounds of sugar at goods mado, and wo" have, achieved entertained a few friends Thursday home, Big Spring, last week. years a'nd tho results aro that the Demo- office, but from a pure lovo of the busi- Bell's for $1. ' ' ' nn unqualified success. Mr. Deo Pusov is at homo and will evening in a very pleasant manner. cratic party is as strong as ever in the ness. Go to Bell's and try tho phonograph. They tenncd tho cnteitainment a hen remain till first of September. county, nnd tho Republican party year l Mn. Pettit, of Daviess, is a candidate Only fivo cents. by year still stands in need of them withMr. J. S. Moremen visited Corydon, party. of all others in points of' ijtrenth Tho Teacher's Institute is being held Ind., tho latter part of last 3vcck. for Speaker of tho next Legislature, but Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Moreman gavo out ever gathering or without ever havanu immunity. a delightful party Friday evening in ing gathered, any fruit of any con- - as that body is largely Democratic, and as at tho Baptist church. r Messrs. Abo and George Chism, of I Mr. Pettit is not of that order it is not to Miss Anna Gardiner and her mother Wolf Creek, spent Monday here. honor of their guest, Miss Howard and sequence from them. " their sons, Robt. nnd Charlie. In tho earlier part of this period an bo supposed that ho ;vill havo any show are visiting at Madisonville, Ky. Tho uppers of this splendid' cjt, ,' - J ' ' ' Mr. Geo. Frymirc, of Union Star, furnished tho music. Re- Qoat, mado "Independent" ticket would appear in for tho place. buy a great spent last week with friends here. Remember that you can & extremly freshments 3vcro served at eleven tho field with ono Republican man only many nice things at Bell's for a nickel. dumbl h? a now fl,,(1 Peculiar Jolly, near o'clock. A largo number of our young process of French tannn.ro Messrs. Lud Foote and Jeff. The personnol of tho next Stato Governin tho 3vholo combination beforo the Mrs. Talbott and Miss Suo Board, of "- " peoplo were present, also many visitors. people. If it 3vas successful, which 3iis ment is affording the political gucssers a Big Spring, were in town last week visit- Bcwleyvillc, 3vcre In town Monday. good deal of employment just now. The Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ditto Jr., visited sometimes tho case, that ono man only of Mr. A. J. S. Richardson is selling out ing. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ditto last 3vcck. all the Republicans in tho county, reap- Hon. John Young Bnwn will havo behis stock of saddlery and harness prepMr. and Mrs. Clint Davies spent Moned any lcncfit. That man 3vas Mr. Gid- sides tho officers of his cabinet many Mr. Morgan Richardson spent a aratory to moving to Vino Grove, wlicro day with their daughter, Miss Blanche eon 1. Jolly, who got the olllco of Coun- other important appointments to make, ho expects to join his partner, Mr. couple of days in Louisvillo last week. Snyder. ty Clerk, while all the other elected per- but so far ho has given no intirmation as Messrs. Hugh and Harvey Ditto visit Wade Ditto tho latter part of this Lcavo your orders for gutters and sons claimed then to bo as good Demo- to who 3ill be selected for any of them. moniu. air, uicnaruson is ono ol our relati,cs at Stephcnsport last week. G. Getzen-danue- r. ed crats as other people and are all fighters Ho says that ho will make no appoint- spouts at tho now Examination, of Meade brightest young business men and 3vo Tho teachers ments until after ho is inaugurated. in tho Democratic ranks Satur- regret his departure from our burg, but Miss Efiio West, of Kirk, was up last county, was held here Friday and After a while, it got through the wool 3ish tho firm of Richardson and Ditto The Constitutional Convention will Saturday visiting; her cousin, Miss day. of the party, that this did not pay them nil success in their new field of labor. Mrs. Jennie Coleman and children, anything as a party, and this sort of tac- reconvene early in September. There is Biancho Snyder. B i 1 tics was abandoned. Soon afterwards, some interest felt as to what changes, if About tho usual number of peoplo of Corydon, Ind., arc visiting relatives TOBINSPORT, IND. V .ft any 3vill be mado in tho instrument. went out to Freedom last Sunday to tho here. the Grangers, otherwise a very good Miss Bertie Richardson and brother, Miss Josio Leaf visited hero last week. organization, became so politically dis- Many persons claim that tho Convention annual church gathering. ' posed, that they concluded to run things. when it reconvenes will have no power J. C. Ryan has returned from OwensMisses Emily and Ellen Mumford, ol Don, are visiting their Uucle, Dr. D. C. Tho Republicans hoping to destroy to do anything but sign and promulge Bcwleyvillc, 3vere hero this 3vcek visit- Pusey. boro. the Democrats by disorganizing, fell in tho document in tho exact shapo in ing Mrs. Coleman Haswell. Mr. Bud Prico took too much exercise Dr. David White left Friday for Spento line and combined with the Grangers which it has been ratified by tho people. Tho public should attend tho Teacher's last week and is again confined to tho cer county. . and elected Hon. Thos. J. Lewis to tho In any event the members aro likely to OF THE Institute 'kthis 3veek. They may learn bed. Miss Bello Clark, of Owensboro, is visLegislature. They gathered less fruit be at Fronkfort several weeks finishing Mr. D. W. Fairleigh is progressing iting relatives hero. something to their advantage. than usual for Drcckenridgc county was their word. Mrs. St. Clair, of Webster, is expected nicely and hopes soon to bo himself Tho Baptist church has a new organ represented by a Democrat 3vho voted AVe call the attention of our readers to hero this week to visit her parents near again. purchased from Mr. Bryan. for a Democrat for tho United States -Mr. Charles Moreman Jr., is at homo Senate, and as a rulo acted with the a very able paper on our first page from town, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Durham. Roy. S. L. MeNaughten, of Franklin; the pen of a man who has been a close If you want a new tin roof, now is on a visit, after an nbsonco of several Ind., is visiting relatives here'. Democrats in the Legislature. Once in a whilo n stray coroner, jailer observer of tho workings of tho now ele- your time to have it made. Tho shop months. Prof. Nathan Groves, of Nowburcrh. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Smith nnd Mrs. R. was visiting his or surveyor of tho Republican persua- ment in politics, the "Farmers' Move- will close October 30. G. Getzendanner. The Pall term of twenty weeks will begin brother last week. sion got into office, but that party -- has ment." There is no dodging tho issue There aro several feet of salt 3vater in II. Nevitt aro visiting relatives at Wolf Mrs. Kreislesand children wero the not often held an important office in all that the farmers havo a grio'anco and tho gas well and when it is pumped out Creek. guests of Mrs. Jcnnio Simons Friday. that thoy look to the Democratic party it is believed there will bo a good flow of County Court Monday. A small this quarter of a century. Tho Spring term of sixteen weeks will begin Mrs. Riscncrnntz an aged lady died docket. Circuit Court begins next Rut two Republicans have represented for relief. Tho timo has como for tho gas. of paralysis of tho brain Friday ovening. leaders of this great party to take action. tho county in the Legislature. One was Mr. R. S. Skillman attendod tho re- Monday. Miss Ivy Adams, of Rockport, camo Hon. Jonas D. "Wilson, 3iio won by rea- Promises will avail no longer, and if union of old confederates at Cecilia last Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fairleigh returned The Summer term of eight weeks will begin son of an accidental local question, which thoy expect to hold tho Democratic far week. He reports the mcetinir a urcat Wednesday from a pleasant visit in Har- up to attend the picnic and visit relamers in line thoy must do something for tives n few 33'ecks. compacted a large number of Democrats din county. success. against tho Democratic nominee, the them. Mrs. Seb. McMillen, of Stephonsport, Misses Sarah Moran, Fannio Brashcar There is an impression in this neck of regularity and validity of whose nominaspent last week hero tho guest of her If the citizens of this town want tho tho woods that tho Allianco fellows will and Lena Gillilaud visited tho Misses sister, Mrs. Jano Ambers. : tion was vigourously denied. Another not monkoy any more with tho Demo- Dowdy last 3vcek. Tuition m Primary Course, - ' was Hon. Charles Stanford who won in reunion of the old soldiers of tho war, - - - SI. GO per month. J. D. Cockrell has purchased Mr. Ed. Mrs. Boyd Withers, of Muldraugh is " straight races in two succesivo elections. both federal and confederate, they must cratic party. Elementary Courso - - 2.00'' " ' visiting relatives and friends in Bran- Kolrs farm. Mr. Ron will move to IlliEverybody will consent that school Kvery Senator except Dr. llyors has put their hands deeper into their pockets " nois in tho near future. Intermediate Courso - - - .2.50 f than thoy havo already indicated by may open next week, that Prof. Shack-lc- tt denburg and vicinity. been a Democrat. 1 Mr, and Mrs. James England spent n Other Courses '. 37t56 p"v may pull in tho kids off tho streets their subscriptions. To entertain eight Mr. James Smith and family will Judge Pulliain was elected County All Tuition Fees must bo paid in advance, unless leavo in about two 3veeks for Colorado few days last 3vcek in Cannolton, tho Judge, but did not hold out his term, and or ten thousand people is no small affair. of this town. otherwise tho guest of Mrs. Vaughn. arranged. No reduction for absence unless caused by sickness A car load of clay was shipped from where they will reside a Democrat succeeded him for tho un- That many people in a town for t3o Mrs. Fred Hearing and children, of expired term and has since been re- or three days means thirty or forty thou- hero last week to Louisvillo to bo tested Misses Julia Richardson, Kate and j sand dollars left in tho town. Every- for making vitrified brick. It 3as taken Illnie Thompson, of Guston, aro visiting Cannolton, spent last week here tho elected. guests of M. Frank and family. And yet after all this unprofitable ex- body 3vill get the benefit of the money from tho land of J. II. Lennin, and it is tho Misses Woolfolk. Board can bo had in private families at S2.25 to 2.50 Miss Graco Vaughn has returned, perience tho party has not yet tired of spent and everybody should contribute believed will prove a successful test. per week Mrs. Polly Meador and daughter, Miss including fuel and lights. something. Don't depend on tho meraccompanied by her sister, coalitions. In this year of graco they Miss SOme of tho finest samples of clay for Nettie, of Elizabethtown are visiting Kate, 3vho 3vill spend n fow weeks hero. again play at their old gamo refrain from chants or any one class of business to do vitrifying has como off tho farm of Jas. Judge Woolfolk's family. Tho Principal has had marked success at this point, and by tho running a straight out Republican, and tho giving but give yourself. That many Marshall. His farm is two miles from Tho barbecue was 3ell attended and aid of tho peoplo wo hopo to Dr. and Mrs. Wells havo rented tho achieve a groat deal more. ' We can givo peoplo in this town for three days will town, form an unholy Alliance with tho but there is no doubt that tho rooms over Nevitt & Gough's drug store every ono enjoyed a pleasant day. pupils, every advantage horo that thoy can got at any school.. bo tho biggest advertisement she ever finest quality of Peoples' Party. There 3vero quite a number of porsoiis soil for making vit- and aro had and bigger than sho will over bo rified brick is to bo For further information address Thoy havo succeded as often, if not from afar and tho day was spent in found on his place. Mr. Franklin Ditto and daughter, Let oftener, with "straight goods" and yet likely to get in any other It is a singular fact that some people Miss Addie, wont to tho city Monday dancing, eating and speaking. Mr. thoy learn nothing. From o party stand- o'ery citizen givo something and tho will live in a town foie-cr- , and Barker, of Cannelton, delivered a tom never and returned Tuesday night. point 3vo would prefer thoy keep up amount will bo easily find quickly raised. contribute a nickel to its pcranco lecture nnd Mr. Philip D. Zeor-zhe- r, HARDINSBURG, KY. prosperity. Yet Mr. John Donton is tho victim of mo oiu siyio oi allowing tno tall to 3vag of Tell City, also addressed our wlion a favorablo breeze comes they are fever. Ho has been confined to peoplo, our jnntual friend Mr. Funk-houstho dog. Tho only objection 3o havo is State op Ohio, Citv ok Toledo, 1 always out taking as big a hand as anyLucas County. the house for more than a week. that some fool Democrats, who ought to being ill did not speak. Supper Fkank J. Cheney makes oath that he body and saying "what 3vo did" when know better, will pollute themselves by Mrs. II. B. Grinnoll the popular so- was served ou tho ground and thon a" 1. tho fact is wo played h running oh and playing tail and swag-gin- g is the senior partner of tho firm of F. J. ciety editress, of Reporter, spent last ball at Mr. Whitehead's ut night. 3vhich Cheney & Co., doing business in this Looking around over this town this DKAMSIl lt-f3as well attonded and enjoyed by all tho Republican dog. Wo suppose lovers of dancing. week you will sco a number of young 3eek with friends at Long Branch. of must bo a fascinating business, or they City Toledo County and Stato aforeit Mr. Chas. A. Casporko returned to men and women who havo como hero to would not play at it. Sometimes, how- said, and that said firm will pay tho sum prcparo themselves for teachers. Thoy Louisvillo Wednesday, after a months of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for ever, u spotted Democrat gets a crumb of each and every caso of Catarrh that can- should havo tho encouragoment of all vacation spent with his parents here. offico, but thoso scceders who voto for Misses Williams and Allen and 'severgood citizens in their 3Vork. Tho teach them acquire nothing but disgust for not bo cured by tho uso of Haix'b ers placo is n noble calling nnd there al other young people, of Leavenworth, Cuiie. themselves from tho party they left, and PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven-Year- s Old. is room for more in tho county. ind., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Masena FRANK J. CHENEY. contempt from tho Republicans. COHMWD EXTBACTyL Fontaine. Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed A call of twelve and ono-hacent, "Politics is h II," says tho fellow and ior In my presence, this Cth day of Decem- was mado last vcok on tho amount of Mr. J. T. Ditto traveling salesman for thus tho 3vorld wags. ber, a. i). 18S0. stock already subscribed by tho stock- Swan Abraham & Co., left Wednesday . A. W. GLEANSON holders in the gas company to sink tho night for a trip through Brcckcnridgo t The Democrats of Daviess aro not as SICALJ Enough gas to county. Notary Public. well a fow feet deeper. much broken up over their lato defeat as bum several feet above tho ground 3vas Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Malin, of Pinoville, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally ono would suppose Whilo tho majority struck a day or so ago. will arrivo Wednesday for a visit of in tho lato election ran far ahead of any and acts directly upon tho blood and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mattingly gavo sovoral weeks witli their parents and thing they anticipated in favor of tho mucous surfaces of tho svstem. send n party Legitimate Orders nccompnnicd by tho$ftslJpVH17oceivc prompt ut their residenco near town to friends. for testimonials, free. opposition, it was altogether duo to local , ' V attention. Misses Georgia Moroman and Eva F. J. Chcnoy & Co., Props., Toledo. O. tho young folks last Monday night and f causes, and tho influence of certain inquite a merry timo 3vas had. Thoso pre- Herndon spent a couple of days last dividuals who wanted office. A few Sold by Druggists, 73c. , sent were Mr. Joseph Teaff and Miss week with Dr. and Mrs. Max Willett : : years will heal over this rupture and Maggio Goodman, Miss Efiio West, Mr. at Ekron. Kindergarten. make tho party there as solid as it over Tho Importance ct purifying tho Wood can. not he overestimated, tor without pure hlood Miss Anna Henn, who visits our city Eider, Miss Biancho Snyder, Miss Nollio Mr, Hiso has purchased Mr. Roland was. Tho defeated element havo not IV: CENTRE COLLEGE. OlJtkt ColleKo In the SoutlieB. Mora than 1,0m nlumnl. . 7''f-,I you cannot enjoy good health. .. ...i Goodman, Mr. Owen Payne, Mr. Forrest O'Bryan's interest in tho Meado County iuurcf icncllnir to iWreeri .i,-..-i in.i. 1..11 lost hope, but aro determined to stand with a view to opening a Kindonrarten. I'uctilty, wo cll'Kat ImlMiiiKS erected. Complete Utmnasl- At this season ( will Bpcak to tho peoplo at Fisher's Hall Haynes and Miss Annio Mattingly. IfliVAIIUll IlkMI illUl. .1U MIIMJII,,. JscxteMou heirlm Sent, JutiSji. For C.U.lIni'i.e or further Reporter and is now solo proprietor of good mcdlcino to nearly every one needs a o, together nnd press forward in support of purify, vitalize, and enrich iniorimiuoii udcirtu W. C, YOUNG, DTD., Djnllie,Keii tucky, August 12th. Wo heaitily that paper. tho hlood, and wo ask you to try Hood's tho great principles of Democracy. Confirmed. concur in the effort to establish such a PpfMillar Sarsaparilla. upIt strengthens Mr. Isaac Sisson, of Ekron, nnd Miss Bucklen's Arnica Salve. nml t,un,i, Ul0 gystcmi Tho favorablo Impression produced on Mary Connor, of Louisvillo, school for tho training of our little child3vero marIt Is believed by a number of citizens ren, and urge parents and all others to tho first appearanco of tho agreeable creates an appctlto, and tones tho digestion, NOTICE, FRUIT GROWERS! Tho best salve in tho world fiJr cuts. ried hero Wednesday by Judgo II. C. while it eradicates disease. Tho peculiar of Owensboro that Mr. Pettit will bo a bruises, sores, ulcers. allf .linntn fnitn. liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a fow Rawlings. bo at the hull and hear tho lady's explacombination, proportion, and preparation Mako your, ordori by the 1st of October and candidate for Congress from that district sores, tetto chapped hands, chilblains, ot the vegetable remedies used giro t nation of tho system. Sho comes high- years ago has beon more than confirmed next year on tho Allianco ticket. corns, and skin eruptions, and positively we will furnlih youany kind of Hood's Sarsaparilla pecul- - --- Miss Bcttic Hardin and sister, of Ben. ly recommended as an excellent and by tho pleasant oxperienco of nil who Au cures Piles, or no pay required. It is lar curative powers. No I O IIScIT nctts precinct spent Saturday and Sunthoroughly competent Kindergarten havo used it, and tho success of the guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or FJfcTJIT TiTUHJICS, other medicine has such a record ot wonderful Mn. James E. Sto.vk has announced teacher. money refunded. 1'rlco 25 cents per proprietors and manufactures tho Cal day with their cousins, Sheriff and Mrs- - cures, if you havo mado up your mind to SM.A.Xaj TKBES, that he will bo a candidate for assistant uox i'orsaiuuyu, w, ouon, uiovor- J. J), Hardin. buy Hood's 8arsaparllla do not bo Induced to ifornia Fig Syrup Company. tako any other Instead. It Is a Tccullar Clerk of tho noxt Legislature. Sort, Ky., nnd J. A. "Witt, Ilanllnsburg, Mrs. Ned E. Reese, of Ohio, arrived I'OK THK ISLOOll, ' WpAlrn.HU Main. In l.fllf.n.ff Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. anrt Miss E. Boultlnghouso, of Cannolton, Thursday night and will spend several ' lUlloiuiicu, take . ZACK, GREEN, Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by all druggists. The majority in tho state for tho new HllOWN'S JltON IlITTKItH. spent a fow days hero tho guest of her wooks horu with lior parents, Mr. and Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Misagtr HarUUiburg Nurwy. AY", O. Moorman nnd cure quickly. For tale by all dealers III I It J. K. McQuady, will reach 100,000. Constitution sister, Mrs. Ilerlwrt Cockrell. medicine, act ilia ccuulno. Mrs. J, K. Ditto. IOO Dosos Ono Dollar HAKMNSBUKQ, KY, Glendcani', went to Louisville Jfoudav. I jMSSwrnnm? Nt?wq august 12, 1 raco horeo 1,roctor Knott 5s HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. V. U.HAIIIIAUU BRANDENBURG. jmBsday, I. isoi. IMltor SMfc ,v fVMfss Bcttio Clarkson returned pjajfrom a protracted visit with Uicr iHiw?. i"runuj, 'iir. anu jurs. . AnlW Perfection to WJ -- A Step in Advance A Step in Advance A Step in Advance A Step in Advance if Bonen-sladesba- '"i" lB '.! i A YOU SHOULD BUY NO OTHER. tin-sho- to-da- VEST ?" unsj'DN-o-criiTaHawCHniTG- :Hardinsbur4 ' Normal .Mngtitnta:- - Monday, August 31st, lg9l. Mbndeitj, Jaauarg 18ti, '92. Monday, Matj 6th, '9. -- TUITION FEES .".,., i' ed house-keepin- '"': E. P. SHACKLETT, Prih., bil-lio- er J. R. JOHNSON, Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries CHOICE WITVES. Ca-TAi- lf r Leading Brands of Tobacco and Cigars. HARDINSBURG-- KY. ! tiM.-mii- rebuild! -- w yii ft ",e"--' - , .. "'rJ" 2S. -- p . - -- - MtajBt H .fc, tj 1 ifejs OKU ISIVJOY head- lBHI . tem effectually, dispels colds, Both tlio method mid results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is plcnsnnt and refreshing to t'ua taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys aches and fevers and euros habitual constipation. Syrup r 'gs is the only remedy of Ms lcinu ever produced, pleasing toftlio tnsto and acceptable to the stomneh, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most h Jk healthy and ngreeaolo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it Uio most popula- - remedy known. Syrup of Fi j for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable drugristwho may not have it on hand- will procure it promptly for any one who Do not accept wishes to try it any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. - 8AN FRAHCISC ). CAL. LOUISVIUE, KY. NEW YORK, flf.r. PhysicianSurgeon. Ojjict in Dr. J. M. Clayton, fir. White's old ttand up ttairt. CL.OVEBPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician OmCE 1 & Surgeon, ninv,.rnnrt. j Kv. f- hl.ii.W. Next door to Brcckcnriilge Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, LOCAL 1891 ..j BREVITIES. Henry B. Head is in the city. Eggs at Fella & Gregory's at all times. Victor Bowmer spent Sunday in Hard-iiibbur- g. ,. L. D. Addison's n))lo drier started up Mondavi . Mrs. Jns. E. Couty, of Skillman, was in tho city Thursday.' C. T. Babbago and Jno. T. Ditto were in the city Sunday. Cheapest placo in the city to get chickens is Fella & Gregory's. Mr. Allen Guthrie, of Ilardinsbnrg, was in tho city Monday. The Lewis Bros, hava the contract for J. P: Barry's residence. Mr. and Mrs. George Farber wero in "tho city Sunday, visiting Ids mother. Bobt. E. "Woods spent Sunday with Mr. K. 0. Bichardson, of Union Star. J. E. Keith has mado some valuable improvements to his property on tho hill. Mr. Henry Crittenden, of Greenville, Miss., was hero yesterday visiting relatives. Mrs. C. T. Sutton and children, of Owensboro, are visiting Miss Jennie Keith. Mr. Jo. Pell and Miss Lila Adams, of JL,owisport, spent Sunday with Miss Lafio Wlcist. jpChris. Aid got' hie' hand very badly crushed in a threshing machine last ,' i week. Miss Sudie Gabbert, of Utica, Daviess fcounty, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. D. Templo. Gil Both, fireman I,., St. L. & T., went to Indianapolis Monday on o short leave f of absence. J Jas T. ltobards has begun building a barn and dwelling on tho piko near his old home. Miss Bosini Polk, of Tobinsport, spent several days in tho city visiting friends and relatives Doctor L.W. German, of Louisville, Mas the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Conrad last week. Prof. Gus. Brown and Miss Anna Baltt are attending tho Institute at Hardins-bur- g this week. One of tho finest crops of tobacco no band. Jt belongs to havo seen is on tho pike. You Take No Risk. Georgo Carman. In buying Hood's Sarsaparilla, for it is Good butter, fresh butter, delivered everywhere recognized as tho standard any whero in the city,nt 15 cts. a pound building-u- p medicine and blood purifier. at Fella & Gregory's. It has won its way to tho front by its left Friday for an ex- own intrinsic morit, and has tho largest Miss Alma Miller tended visit to friends in Louisvillo, New Balo of any preparation of its kind. Any lioneBt druggist will confirm this stateAlbany and Indianapolis. ment. If you decido to tako Hood's Mr. J, H. Evans, vl Greenville, and Sarsaparilla, do not bo induced to buy Mr. Leo Bell, of Louisville, are visiting anything clso instead. Bo sure to get their niece, Mrs. C. D. Temple. Hood's. ....... .. It- ! k. Alt. William JJcavin anu who, oi ihxw Good Things In August Wide Avake. k Ilardinsburg, Were visiting their daughi Tho threo poems tho balled by Harker, Mrs. Bobt. Polk, last week. riet Prescott Spofford, "Popo's Mother P. Miss Flora Smith, of Cannelton, Ind.,- nt Twickenham," tho "Bain Song," by who has been visiting Miss Maggie Tar- Eli Shcppcrd, and "Tho Burglar Bee," H her, returned homo Tuesday. by Richard Burton ; tho threo stories "Peg's Little Chair," by Sarah Omo Mr, and Mrs. G. "W. Beard, of Hardlns- by spent last Thursday in town the Jowett, "The Bride's Bouquet," burg, Groco AV. Sopor, and "Tho Silent Lief guests of Mr, and Mrs. .Win. Hall. by Francis E, Loupp ; tho threo articles uf Hayno's saloon was brokon open Mon "How tho Cnssacks Play Polo," by day night and tho drawer rouueu oi J. Madamo do Meissner, "An Odd Set," Henry Buaso i3 accused ol tho theft. by Eleanor Lewis, and "Mr. Brown's Mr. Courtney V. Duncan, of Louisvillo Playfellow," by J. Loxloy Bhccs; tho epont Sunday tho guest of his father and Margaret-Patt- y Letter, by Mrs. Willam mother, Mr, and Mrs. H. V. Duncan. Clallln ; "An Unanimous Opinion," by serials by j tho threo Mr. M. Lyddan, of Webster, was a Helen Sweet Monday on routo Margaret Sidney, Elizabeth Cumlngs passenger on tho train Mr. and Marietta Ambrosl, and tho four to Washington county to attend Lydpages of original anecdotes in "Men and Grundy's salo of flno cattle. Mr. crop in his Bcctloa is Things." dan scys tho corn p Wide Awako is $2.4Q a year, D. Buffering very milch for rain and will not Company, Botson. crop. be anything like a full -er i Lot-hro- Miss Mary Allen went to Louisvillo Monday. From tbero shegocs'to Nelson county to spend several days visiting friends. A Httlo four year old child of Andy Voss, living near Veldon, died very suddenly Monday evening, with membranous croup. Miss Jane Keith after n very pleasant visit to relatives in Owensboro, returned homo last week accompained by her brother, Samuel Keith. In fifteen years travel over the pike to Ilardinsburg wo havo never seen a finer com crop along that road It is equal to any of the river bottom crops. Mrs. Ben Lay living near Stephpns-jKj- rt writes us that she has threo damson trees from which she has picked this season 130 gallons of damsons. Do you want peaches, grapes or any other kind of fruit to can, leave your orders with Fella & Gregory and get your fruit nny day you want it. Jas. II. Moorman a former compositor on the News and now of Augusta Gn., is at home on a short visit to his parf cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. II. Moorman. male teacher is wanted A first-claiif scl'iool district No. 34 Meade county. ForJ particulars write Junius McGheo or John K. Ditto Brandenburg, Ky. Mrs. F. N. D'Huy, Jesse II. Miller and 0. T. Skillman lcavo on tho excursion today for Old Point Comfort and the East. They w ill bo absent about three weeks. There will bo nn entertainment given at Mrs. Dr. Kurtz's, Webster, next Saturday evening for tho benefit of tho Methodist church at that place. Dialogues, songs, etc., will be the order of tho exercise. Mrs. W. L. Iluckcby nn old subscriber at Cleveland, Florida, in renewing her subscription says : "The Nkws is really a letter from homo ami we could not get along without it. Glad to noto tho prosperity of tho city of my birth". The third kiln nt tho brick plant was opened up yesterday and proved to be onu of the most successful kilns yet burned. Tho brick nro all thoroughly vitrified and show up splendidly. Kcv. 0. J. Young commenced a scries of meetings at tho Tar Fork church yesterday. He' will preach tho funeral of Mr.J. B. Ikito's littlo daughter next Sunday. Miss Catherino Bowmcr, Miss Nancy Murray, Messrs. W. S. Bowmcr, Minor Stephens and Jesso W. Owen composed a party that went to tho Falls of Bough Monday to spend a week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Green. Tho finest specimen of early rose potatoes wo have scon this season were sent to this office by Judge J. S. Wilkcrson, of this city, and grown in bis garden. Mrs. R. R. Pierce also sent us a specimen group of very fino tomatoes, of tho No. 400 variety, for which a prize is offered by tho seedman for tho most appropriate name. Tho four tomatoes sent in weighed three pounds, six ounces and n half. Jas. W. Moorman, colored, has let tho contract for a $500 dwelling to bo built on his lot near tho pike. lib has by strict economy and hard work saved up money enough and with tho aid given Building & Loan him by tho Inter-Stat- e Association is able to build him a nice, comfortable homo. If more of our colored men would tako a leeson from Jim they would make good citizens, bo of sorao benefit to thomsnlvcs, their race and the community in which they live. Tho deeds to tho land for the third brick plant were nil signed up Monday, and tho money paid, over. Tho City Council has granted right of way for switches and there is uoth.ing.now in tho way to prevent its establishment. Tho deeds were mado to F. P. Haygood, Irvington, who has amplo capital backs plant. Tho ing him to insure a plans of tho company havo not been mado public, but enough lias been given out to warrant us in saying that it will bo a very valuablo enterprise for this town. Tho ladies of tho Methodist church gave Mrs. W. C. Brandon quite a pleasant surpriso at tho parsonago yesterday. Quito a numbor of them dropped in early in tho morning, each with their lunch, and the day was spent in preparing Mrs. Brandon's wardrobo for the Annual Conference It goes without saying that there was a good deal of work done, for thoy had tho day entirely to themselves and were not bothered by husbands, who were politely informed to stay nt homo, There being no men around, and as women never talk to each other thoy could do nothing clso but work. Tho""ladies are to bo commended for their thoughtfulness in leaving their Loft-ovHushusbands nt home.-r- A ss first-clas- BURAS. The election was very quiet here. Little Julia Meyer spent last week in Custer. Protracted mooting begins at the Monday 10th Methodist church Tho Trustees have employed Miss Ivn Board, of Custer, to teach the public school here. Clovcrport with her handsome majority, Severs with his election, and Democracy with her faithful adherents nrc all on top. In tho absence of other material for talk since the election, tho people hero have gone to predicting the time of the now party's death. It may bo a littlo late in tho season to organize a baso ball nine, but Burns is soon to have hers. Wo may sometimes bo behind but wo get there all tho same after awhile. Tom Davis, onn of our moving money-makin- g fanners has made a fruit evaporator after plans of bis own, and is drying hundreds of pounds of tho finest dried fruit ever seen in this section. Benedict Lucas informs us that ho is sure to draw a pension soon whilo papers havo already been received notifying him of back pay to tho amount of $255 which he w ill receive in a wcok or two. John B. Clark and Miss Bettio Lucas surprised everybody by quietly marrying last Thursday, tho Bev. Mr. Humphrey, of AVest View, officiating. The happy pair have the best wishes of all their friends, Twenty applicants for teacher's were examined at Ilardinsburg Friday and Saturday. Of these four received first class certificates j six, second class: five, third class; and five failed. Tho new law which requires as much as fifty per cent, in each branch is tho barrier which keeps out the unfortunate ones. Dr. N. C. Moscloy and Granville Wilson both know how to address a house of happy Democrats when tho reports get in on the first Monday night in August. May they with others whom wo could mention meet us j ear after year at tho Court House with their good things to say on tho night after wo have rolled up our telling Democratic majorities. Yory likely Bunts has the oldest voter in the county in tho person of uncle Charley Lucas who is almost a centenarian No one knows his age, but he is certain Twice that ho is more than ninety. have I scon him at Buras of late, he No having lidden up on horseback. ono would suspect his gieat number of yeais, for ho moves about readily and with much apparently ease. coiti-ficntes IN FULL BLAST. Ono hundred and thirty Louisville tailors nro busily at work plying the needlo on our new Fall and Winter stock of Suits, Overcoats JsP" and Pantaloons, which wc arc manu- Wc arc paying out thousands of dollars for home labor, every dol- lar of which circulates sP among our own pcofacturing hero ".a. jgrlc - ( " " at home. Jp Jp y jf Q f3 J J T . wflHk fKtL ((P Ik slmi Qll I ty QV ' "$ fc jlll(Cl ' -..- -.,.., U j5 l V'vCV J ..rrr p IHAV wy V O QT Jy 1 Ifc 'FACTORY joj no ru -- " , X- - 9 WX? Jr aoummg ?xou , , " 30UUApv l" Xnq 'k'J' $' Jr S Or p x'V' puu 'outf sni) ui juuav no.C rru osnoi jno ?u put; 'SunflOTO oiquuosuos juoav oj st noA. Sumu aiou sooud oi) ? rlTTT w I piL. "K JHHUife ?IHHh " . S fied! Dr.- loAipajjo sttn op o) Am Amo otr.x, "iooo dooi uoiiav 'su tiodn .won sj o) .Oussooou Aiopiiosqti si , HWI am 10 S0SV3S ISUiOU 9IU HARNED. Crops look well. Eli Pile made us Hying Tho election is over and all are satis- Louisville, Ky., October 1891, Sara Bernhardt Engagement at the Auditorium. The Sara Bernhardt engagement at call this week. 19-2- 0, 'B IN AUGUST' . i. "Jfer 'jfstL, HiH PjUW Hk. ' k m -':. j . r Ben Hnrncd called on us Monday night. v The meeting closed nt Ephesus on Sunday night without a conversion. AVillis Payne received $03 for damages of L. II. & W. It. It. C. D. Payne was appointed freight agent at Harncd this week. Henry Hnrncd is building a now house here. Mr. A. Driskell will bo with us in a few days. AVo are expecting to havo a wedding in town this week. Mr. C. AV. Downs is w ith us now. Geoigo Payne has a fino honey crop this year. The Cincinnati Cooperago Company is rehandling staves at this "place. Geo. Blunk is tho foreman of tho yard. Mr. F. M. Amies is making preparations to build a now dwelling in towp. Eugeno Bussell, who has been in business hero for sometime, Will return to his native homo, Morganfield, in a few Blood Poison of tho days. Is very liable to follow contact hands or face with what is known as LONG BRANCH. poison ivy, especially in hot weather or if tho body is perspiring freely. Tho Mrs. AV. II. Bamsey wjis here last trouble may subside for a time, only to week. appear in aggravated form when opporMrs. Charles Fontaine and children tunity offers. Tho great purifying are visiting C. W. McGehec. powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla thoroughMiss Sarah Moran, of AVebster, visited ly eradicates every trace of poison from tho blood, as tho cures it has accom- Mrs. Andy Bickerstaff Sunday. plished conclusively show. It nlso Mrs. AV. E. Chambers and daughter, cures scrofula, salt rheum and nil other Lillio, visited Guston last week. affections nrislng from impure or poibon-e- d Master Harry Teer, of Brandenburg, is blood. visiting his uncle, Capt A. J. Bicker-staf- f. tho Auditorium, will bo one of tho most brilliant engagements that has over taken placo there. It will be a most notable event in the dramatic line. Like all previous engagements at this great placo of amusement, everything lias been and is being done to make the engagement a most brillant one. The scenery has been especially prepared for tho productions of "La Tosca" and "Fedora", and beautiful beyond description, far surpassing tho gorgeous productions given during the great Patti engagement of last year. In securing this attraction, tho management of the Auditorium maintains the motto of tho Auditorium, "Only for Great Attractions", and certainly thore can bo no more brilliant attraction added to tho list than Sam Bernhardt, the Queen of Tragedy, tho grea'est of modem actresses. This engagement of the divine Sara, will be the only opportunity to seo her, as after this tour, she returns to France, probably never to bo scon again iu Those desiring information America. in regard to prices etc., should write to James B. Camp, Business Manager, P. 0. Box OH, Louisville, Ky. l'loroxaliiiiitl M!! May AUvortmo. v. 3'Vl i A. i t - i :y v .xv r7, 4P T''r"oi l "". f V. Wlln' . 1! " The Ilest is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Pest is good . a profitable field for development iu the enough for tho man who respects himself nnd loves his family. Such a man al- - : direction of nJvnrtihiug by professional ' , men. Attir uiviny tho Mibject a good ways wants the Pest Groceries, nnd buys them of deal of lhonjj.it and weighing tho obi 7 jections uhiMdy niitil and to bo antici- , knowing that ho always keeps the Pest that tho market affords and retails (jjein at's pated I have a settled eruiviqtion that ' the lawyi-r- , tho doctor, tho dentist, the proper prices. architect or any other professional man can call to his aid tho limitless power ot ( printers' ink, and advertise in display type in the ndvei Using columns ot the newspaper or magazine to his advantage and without loss of belf respect or public estimation. This question has received tho attention of professional men ns well STEPHENSPORT. - Mr. .Charles Crawford, foreman ol tho as thondunising fraternity, and, with "' Sunday was the warmest day of this Kentucky Bock Gas Co., was hero last due respect to those who havo discussed it, I maintain that they havo failed to week. season. appioach tho subject Iroin its truo point t, Miss Emma Mosoley is in Ilardinsburg Messrs. Joe and Harvey English, of observation. placo visited relatives at this tl I am nwitro that custom and a this week attending tho institute. last week. nnvviitten law, which is fostered and Mr. Gus. Miss Georgia Hawkins eled Mrs. Clarenco Parsons nnd children, by tho exclusive and Shellman went to Hnrdiusburg Saturday. of Louisville, visited Mrs. AVm. Dooley ment of nil professions, frown upon the Mrs. Bright, of Louisvillo, was tho " meio mention ot this subject. It does last week. -guest of Mrs. A. J. Bennett last week. not follow that their ban of displeasure ! homo, last and sarcastiu comments in nny manner Miss Etta English returned Mrs. M. Blain returned homo Friday Friday, accompanied by her cousin, Miss reflect upon tho enterprising and indefrom Niagara Falls. pendent man, who, coufiilentof his own Ella Hendrick. Mrs? 'A. J. Bennett nnd Besslo Ford jW. Mrs. Junius McGoheo, of tho Lower worth, his professional ability, moral . and social equality, trampling on cuswent to Louisvillo Saturday. bottom, and Mrs. Hattio Grinnell, of tom, appeals to tho common bcnso of the Mrs. J. E. C. Kelly, of Cincinnati, who Brandenburg, wero in this community .MtriMiV public for the coirectncss of his acts and jT "VI1 has been visiting Mrs. Win. Pettit return- bovornl days last week visiting friends. motives. A. L. Teelo in Piinters' Ink. ed horns last week. A I'lthIuii ltailicr. Mr. Hugh Ditto, of Brandenburg, was A FRIGHTFUL RUNAWAY. A Persian baiber works in a style' in town Saturday. very different from that iu voguo in thi9 , trf. lift Mr. "Will English is in Brandenburg A Young Lady Loses Her Life And country. A typical shop was a square ' Vilfj 5.3' , visiting relatives. a Young Man Crushed and Man' room, with ono Bido open to tho street. 'M gled With Little Hopes of His In tho center was a tiny bed of flowers Mr. II. Frymire, of Preston, was iu sunk iu the floor, from tho middle of Recovery. town for a day last week, guest of Miss wuicn roso an octagonal 6tono column Ada M. Hanks. about threo feet high. BitANim.s'uuiio August 10. From our Miss Bello Haynes, of Union Star, was IN The capital of tho column formed n special correspondent : A horrible acciin town Saturday. leccptaclo for tho water iu which Mrs. AVm, E. Pcrryclcnr, of Louisville, dent occurcd a few miles from this the baiber dipped his hand as ho placo Sunday. As Mr. AVarrcn Brnner shaved his customer's scalp. In Persia returned homo Friday. ; and Miss Cynthia Diigan wore returning they do not lather. Tho shop was very Mr. Morph Myers, of Louisvillo, was in from Salem church, tho hono becamo clean. Iu two recesses btood four vases town Sunday. " frightened and ran away. Tho young filled with flowers, and tho implements Mrs. J. 0. Brasbear went to Louisvillo of tho barber's art scissors, razors, Ian. qualgentleman lost all control of tho animal, ccts, hand mirrors, largo pincers to exFriday. and both occupants were thrown out branding irons to cnuterizo ;!1 Mrs. Eli Smith and daughter, Maud, with great force. Miss Dugan struck a tract teeth, tho artiies in amputating limbs, strong went to Irvington Saturday. imtreo and was pitched back against a combs, but not a half brush, for that Another picnic at tho Old Hehn Placo stump, ono of tho snags of which ran plement in never used by Persians. From tbu barber's girdlohung a round Saturday, August 22, given by Shellman, into her mouth had to bo prized open OUR Sho copper water bottle, his strop, and' a Bros & Co. could bo oxtricnted. boforo sho pouch to hold his instruments. In his Mr. Geo. Jamison, of Toledo, Ohio, lived until eight o'clock but never spoke bosom was a small mirror, the presentannd seemed unconscious up to tho timo tion of which to his customers is a sign was in town last week. Miss Dugan was tho that tho job is finished and that tlw barMiss Alico A'nrgason, of Owensboro, of her death. been visiting relatives hero, daughter of Mr. Georgo Dugan, and n ber waits for his pay. Tho barber shaves who has very attractivo nmiablo young lady. Mr. tho heads of his customers, dyes their returned homo last week. Brunor is still in nn unconscious condi- beards, pulls their teoth, blistors nnd Mr. Leo Bashani, of Owensboro, was tion at this writing (Monday), a number bleeds them when ailing, sots their In town Saturday and Sunday last. broken bones and shampoos their bodies. ." of physicians arc in nttondanco and Exchange. Mrs. Alico Crawford and daughter, every thing possible is bolug done to Ida, who havo boon vlsitjng in Yelving-ton- , savo him. This is ono of tho saddest SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH 1 returned home Saturday.- accidents that ever occurcd in our Miss Myra Hanks visited relatives in county, and is universally regretted. Union Star last week. Tho families and friends of tho young Mibs Katio Hawkins went to Clover-po- rt couplo havo tho sympathy of all iu their great sorrow, Monday. wont to Hawes-vill- o Mr, Dick Shellman last Monday. lam firmly of the opinion tlmt there is GET THE BEST. iR. :e. :loo:r,:m:A.:n", xMj ' "NOT IN IT.". This will be the answer of our competitors if Steph-enspor- sup-posc- they are asked to meet our prices which simply defy f super-dignifie- COMPETITION We will make V ,: BIG CUTS In our , DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. wc have always kept the lead for style, ity and price, and this week extra efforts will be taken to suit all. 8HOE8 CLOTHING ROOM 'fj B. F. BEARD & CO., is being marked down, for they must be sold.' All other lines are going at extremely low prices to make room for others. Eardinsbttrg, Ky. Found Dead. Aug. 11. Special to II.vwe8Vii.li:, Nkws. A man by the name of AV. E. Bigg's, brakesman on tho L. St. L. & T railway was found dead this morning ono half milo from this placo by tho section men. Ho had no bruises beyond somo very sovcro cuts ou tho head. Ho was a now man on tho road, it being his first trip. It Li thought that ho fell off tho train. Ho was identified by tome letters in ills pockets. of Aro tho are imenting, result aroycam of solontiflo experand THEDFORD'S nnd now, pIiwoU. owlnc to following merchants in tholrsuporlorlty, prcomlnontlrnbovoovory for salo by tho thing horotofpro prpclucod in title lino, 'i'Unyaro acknowlodjcoit by, exports to bo nreckenrldice County : tho flnost nnd most ponoctly constructed Jent W. Owen, Oloveroort, nduptott Lcnsos KNOWN, nnd aro. peculiarlyImporfoo-tlon- s. 0. W. Short, Clorerport. to correcting tho various ylsunl llraibesr 1c Lay. Stepliempoi t. of thn KOHiNOOB A trlnl Witt & Mttdor, Ilardinsburg, thoy nro PERFECT SOT RENEWERS. Entj Pair Warranted, J. J, Sevtri, Uolnn Star, T McElree's Wine of Cardui rcuiltine Ami tlioo troubled Willi nervoiisnc from cum or overwork will be relieved by Uklug has trudo mark uud Xeuralfta J'emaun crowd Summer Excursion Rates to Clover-por- t Horses Trained. For Tar Springs. We are prepared to break aJ train horie Commencing Saturday, Juno 20th, nnd continuing until closo of August tho L. at the very low price of Fifteen DolUri St. L. & T. railroad will sell tickets to month. Monei intruitod to oar ear will the very belt ot atteation asil will be Clovcrport at ono faro for tho round trip, handled by an ezperlesoed tflar, account Tar Springs, for tho afternoon for Sale by trnlnB on Saturdays and morning trains Joiix N ST ITT, JlMrH Kunb, A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician on Sundays only, good to return on Sun- THESE WONDERFUL LENSES JM,, fr ve aenulno Jlrown's Jron JtUtera. wmppor. red linen ou Prescription Becelvt CiMful Attention, 0LOVERP0UT, KY, day evening train. A. AVikel, CL V. A. Irvington, llreokenrldge county, Ky. "y JkM JAlCH SHIRT I MONTHLY CROP REPORT. OrFJCK OP THE CoMMISSIONEIt OK AoniCULTUHE, IIonTICULTUKE 3, 1801. and Statistics, Fiunkfokt, Ky., August Tho following is submitted as to. crop conditions to August 3, 1891. Tho weather conditions for tho past ton days havo been favorable to tho growth of pending crops. At this writing a splendid rain is falling hero, with indications that it will be general. COUN. SONG OF THE SHIRT. orop m at iinuuago's, corner Wall & Elm, and listen to tho pcans of praiso for tho Great Monarch Shirt which are constantly being chanted by tho delighted purchasers of that useful article. Ernest is something of a musician himself and discourses most melodiously on tho merits of his elegant line of Collars and Cuffs, handsome Neck wear, Hankerchiefs and gauzy, but not guady Underwear. '' Brkckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1891. The season has generally been favorable for corn. In somo localities tho rainfall has been insufficient, nnd tho crop in such sections has been materi ally injured. In other localities thero has been some, complaint of the root louse, especially on high thin land; taking all things together, tho corn crop is fully up to tho standard of average years. Tho stand is generally good, nnd nil earlv nlantinir is now in full silk and tassel, nnd much of tho earliest in full roasting car. One moro good rain will mako a good crop of tho early planting, but it will require n seasonable August to fully develop tho Inter planting. In many localities thero has been serious neglect in cultivation. On good Innd, with proper cultivation, tho crop is very promising. WHEAT. scribing crisped bacon for dyspeptics. Prepared as directed by them it makes a for breakBavory nnd appetizing cntrco cut extremely thin, fast. ItBhouldbo the rind trimmed off, then fried crisp and carefully brown. It must bo watched turning to and will rcquiro constant its scorching. Another and newer mcthodofBorvingitis to arrange these shavings of bacon upon half slices of bread, lay them in n pan nnd set them ready in tho oven until brown. When to serve nrrongo them upon n platter and garnish with water cresses and slices of lemons. Chicago Herald. pro-Ve- nt Crisped Bacon for Dyspeptics. Within n few years physicians aro Not Deceived by Appearances. pro- OUR GREAT Good Fellowship. Very many men attain a wide reputation within the mnlo circlo of their of being "good fellows" when tho men themselves know that it is undeserved, and that tho term "bad fellows" would more nearly fit their case. Of course their nro host upon hosts of men far more than the world at largo know of who aro in truth "good fellows" in every senso of the word, hut it is a fact, nevertheless, that in numerous instances tho designation is applied to men whoso only title thereto is won at tho cost of disquiet and anxiety at homo and among ruined lives. Viewed from mciely the selfish standpoint a young man cannot afford to he known as a good fellow, as tho term is commonly understood, much less to be one. In its proper senso of being an agrecablo companion, every one should endeavor to bo such, and the first placo in which to show this good fellowship is tho home. Thero aro many persons who are exceedingly pleasant in public, but who aro exceedingly disagreeable in their own homo and family. Tho "good feldelowship" of such is of a scription, and its exhibition will never do them any harm .if they can help it. This class is to bo pitiec. The members of it would get n great deal more out of life if they brought some sunshine into the domestic circle. But the class of "good fellows," so called, who most need to look to themselves for their own sakes aro those who have acquired or are acquiring tho title by their roystering proclivities, to the neglect of home and friends and to tho injury of reputation. They cannot afford to pay such an enormous prico for so little. Thero aro thousands of men old nnd young, married and single who yearly expend in excesses more than enough to comfortably clothe them j and many among these arc prone to lament that others less capable than themselves aro much more comfortably situated, and to attribute the greater good fortunes of these to "luck" when luck has nothing to do with it. They are not "good fellows" who indulge in pleasure at tho expense of what their duty demands of them. There is no lack of time for pleasure, and there aro ways of enjoyment for every one; but in tho long run a young man will find it neither pleasant nor profitable to win admiration for companionable qualities from tho idle, the disolute and tho vicicold-blood- Tho crop has all been stacked in good condition, nnd much of it has been threshed and sold. Somo of tho best counties, taking Christian for example, is not making the yield that was expected, and the qunlity not bo good as thought to bo before threshing, while in other localities tho yield is larger than expected, and quality nbovo an nverngo ; ono farmer reporting near Bagdad, in Shelby county, an nvcrago of forty bushels per acre. From the best information to date from nil sources, tho State average will This bo fourteen bushels to tho acre. averago will no doubt bo changed to somo extent after tho crop is all threshed. TOI1ACCO. A Cloud Of Witnesses. We know of no medicino that hns so many testimonials to its efficiency as Many S. 8. S., the great blood purifier. in tho country of the best known people certify to tho marvelous results it has wrought in tho various forms of disease for which it is recommended. Theso testimonials como not alono from persons who havo been relieved of their sufferings by S. S. S., but from people who havo witnessed tho effects of tho medicine. Practicing physicians, druggists, pharamacists in fact, nil who havo had an opportunity of observing tho cures brought about by this great blood remedy bear willing testimony to its effiicacy. In its field, which is a wido one, covering some of the most serious ailments of humanity, S. 8. S. has no rival. Over in Missouri thero is n certain. plank road nnd n certain toll gate. Bc- sido tho toll gnto there is a mrin iiouec, on tho cool nnd comfortable porch whereof tho worthy farmer usually sits, waiting to collect toll, whiio bis boy Bill plows tho corn in tho field away boyond. On a certain recent occasion, however, this worthy farmer happened to bo over in tho field helping his boy Bill, when n pious looking strnngor drovo up to the toll gate. Thero was no ono in the farm houso no ono nearer than tho fanner nnd his boy Bill, half a mllo away In tho field. Tho toll gate was unlocked open in fact, but this pious stranger wns temp tation proof. Ho hitched his horso ton treo nnd proudly floundered out to whero tho farmer nnd his son Bill, were nt work. "My good man," said ho "aro you tho keeper of this toll gato ?" "Yep," said tho Worthy farmer. "What is tho toll, my good man ?" Reduction Sale GEO. I I L ISABEL BRANDENBURG, & Oj), KY., IT'S NO USE A reduction In the prtcos of goods thnt 'will Insure a large reduction in tho si to of our stock. We have more Spring goods than we should have, nt this season, and muit move them nt ny loss, Ttio tnot deslrnblo goods in tho homo hare bcoti ncloctod for the sacrifice, nnd at tttie prices will surely attract targe crowds of purchasers. Hero is ft partial list of our wonderful attractions) and mo hayo thousands of others Just liko thetn. Looking for Bettor Valuo, Larger Assortments or Lower Prices, than aro offered by us. BedRoomSuits SL&.SO atnei CLOTHING. $10 for our merchant tailor suits, from 22 dollars. $12 for our fine suits, men's nnd reduced from $18, $9 88 for all cults In corkscrcrr, reduced from $15. $7 49 for all suits all wool goods in reduced from $12. $4 98 for all wool suits for men anil ntoo goods, from $8. 49 cents make. cottontidc pants bull-dog roducoJ youth's, 1T.50. Ac, chovolts, Finished in Walnut, Ash, Antique or Sixteen Century with a hevel-edg- o French plato glass on Drosscr. youths, for blue "Fivo cents." "Well, I wish to drivo through, my good man, nnd hero is your fivo cents." SHOES Tho worthy farmer scratched his head 24 Tor our best calf bropnn, 'none such,' "Did you $l reduced from $1.00, .98 for n good full auxiously for n brief period. stock bncon, reduced from $1 25 como out hero just to give me that nick$1 49 for men's sewed shoes, in all styles arid el ?" ho asked presently. sliei, formclv $2. "For no other purpose, my good sir." A full lino of Buell & Sons celebrated man nmblcd Shoes for men and boys, nil stylos and sizes nnd tho pious-appearin- $19.50 SUITS It plato glass on Dresser. y t is a Sixteenth Century, full sizo bod, extra size bovel It is a beauty. g at greatly reduced prices. soulfully away. $1 24 for ladies' bright Dongola kid Shoes "Bill," said tho farmer to his boy in nn with or without patent tip, In button or in ngifated undertone, "get on tho old gray front Ince, These aro line goods, roduod A large stock of l&dios' from two dollars. mare and wntch that stranger till he gots low shoes, all styles, to close them out, nt and below cost. to town. Quincy Hcmld. Dry-GooS ds Goodgoods andlow prices aspecialty Give us ajcall and wc will try and plcaso you. thero has been several hinderances to a useful tobacco crop. One being tho tenant system, another the disposition to plant moro than could be properly handled, both as to cultivation nnd house room. Thero is no crop that requires more painstaking and intelligent hnndling than tobacco. Its profitable production depends almost entirely upon the cultivation, handling, assorting, ordering, and its proper presentation in tho market in a strictly merchantable shape. Tho present crop was generally set in good time, with vigorous nnd stalky plants; tho stand being exceptionally Somo good. Yet, tho crop is unoven. of it is now in full top, and much of it yet in tho clods. Tobacco should bo set in a compact soil. Whero this was not tho case, tho roots did not take good hold, and could not assimilato tho plant food, nnd in dry sections tho vigor of tho plant was destroyed by tho soil drying out on account of its loose nnd porous condition. The crop is fully an average in condition and stand, much of it being especiIn tho Burloy section ally promising. proper, the least favored in rain nnd general conditions, nro tho counties of Bath, Montgomery, Clark, Mercer and Jessamine. The least favored in tho dark sections aro tho counties of Caldwell, Crittenden, Livingston and Lyon. Thero i3 much complaint also in Hart, Barren, Metcalfe, Warren nnd Green. Tho stemming district proper, most of tho Clarksville and Paducah districts, appear to havo promising prospects. In tho Burloy district, except the counties named, tho prospect is fully up to an average. Of lato years, HEMP. DoWitt's Snrsaparilla cleanses tho still hug blood, increases tho appetite nnd tones Western Republicans who the delusion that President Ben Harri- up the system; It has benefitted many son nnd his Ohio Secretary of tho peoplo who have suffered from blood Treasury aro not boycotting tho silver disorders. It will help you. Sold by G. dollar will plcaso observe that they coin- W. Short. ed only 070,000 standard silver dollars Something to Be Proud Of. last month. Under tho Bland coinage a Old Trimble's Democracy never wavlaw the lowest limit was $2,000,000 provision having been ers, but stands like Stonewall Jackson's month. That repealed by the Reed Congress, and men at Bull Run. Hero is Trimble's coinngo of silver dollars boing left nt tho voto last Monday : Democratic 1,150, discretion of tho Secretary of tho Treas- Republican 140, Prohibition 15, People's ury nfter Juno 30, 1891, Mr. Foster in Party 0. Trimble is'n land flowing in tho very first month cuts down tho coin- peach and honey. Ixmisvillo Times. ngo to less than half of tho Blnnd limit. A trial will convinco tho most skeptiEven this much is compulsory, for Mr. cal that "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure" Foster is now recoining tho trade dolgreatest remedy extant for the lars into standard dollars ns required by is the trade euro of Chills nnd Fever. Sold by J. W. tho act of Congiess redeeming the dollars. Mr. Poster is not coining an Owen. ounce of now silver into dollars. Tho Christopher Columbus's discovery is old trade dollars will last a fow months, to be commemorated by n historical exnnd then, oh, Republican brethren, hibition at Madrid in Spain, and by nn watch and sco your Secretary of tho industrial exhibition at Genoa in Italy, Treasury shut off tho coinngo of silver and by an intci national exRepublic. dollars altogether. St. Louis hibition at Chicago in the United States, A man of understanding will nccept and by various other kinds of exhibithe proposition to get a bottle of "C. C. tions in several of the Republics of O. Certain Chill euro" on a guarantee South America. Tho Chicago Exhibito euro Chills and Fever. Pleasant to tion will dwarf every other held in honor of Columbus. take Sold' by J. W. Owen. Try tho doctors, try nil remedies for A Safe Investment. coughs and if you nro not satisfied, wo Is ono which is guaranteed to bring will guarantee "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure" to do you good. Sold by J. W. you satisfactory results, or in caso of failure a return of purchase prico. On this Owen. snfo plan you can buy from our ndvertis-cTo Third Parties. As druggists a bottle of Dr. King's New In considering the nttitudo of tho must not Discovery for Consumption. It is guarFarmers' Alliance in politics, it anteed to bring relief in every case, when be forgotten that the Cincinnati convention which luunched "tho People's par- used for any nfl'ection of Throat, Lungs ty" was in no sense a Farmers' Alliance or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflamconvention. It was held, not under tho mation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, ausniccs of tho Alliance, but with a Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It direct view of anticipating and forcing its is pleasant nnd agreeable to tosto, peraction. There weio present as delegates fectly snfo, and can always bo depended men who were also members of tho Alli- upon. Trial bottles freo nt G. W. Short's, ance, but tho Allianco did not send them Cloverport, Ky., and J. Witt's, Ilardinsnor did their actions bind it in any way. burg, Ky. Under the constitution of tho Alliance, its members aro left free to follow their nil-rou- Boycotting The Silver Dollar. rents for extra heavy old Kentucky cheeks and stripes, reduced from 8 Five and n half cents for nice wool finish challles, reduced from seven nnd n half cts. 24 cents for .all wool double width dress goods, checks, stripes, reduced from 49c. 14 cents for fine, black Lawns, In stripes, checks and gronadlno patterns, reduced from 25 and 20 cents. 10 cts for same class, roduced from 15 cents. Our entire stock of flne dross goods comprising Henriettas, all shades, black Tamtse cloths, bluck Henriettas, Cashmeres, fine French Satins, white and figured all wool Albatros, and in fact all our dress goods of all kinds go in this great Reduction Sale, See these goods before you buy. It will pay you. i cents for lino qunlity sheer plain India Mull, reduced from 12 cents. 9 cents, fine quality India. Linen, from 15o. 9 cents, fine quillty India Llnon, from lice vets, checu nnd striped oiusiint, irom la. 7c. for same, reduced from twelve cents, 5cts for a nice long towel roduced from 10a lOo for misses' and children's black Lisle thread Ilose, reduced from twenty fivo cts. So ladles' or gents' ilnndkorohelfs, from 10c. 12Jc fino French (linghnms, reduced from 25. 10c, all new stylo dress Ginghams, from lio 8o nico drejs Oinghnms, reduced from We show you a beautiful line of carpots, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Table Llnons, Towols, Napkins, Linen Throws, fino Smyrna Hugs, at prices which can not be duplicated any where. Tea cents for a good white wash Brush. Ten cents for a tialvaniied Wash bowl. Five cents for a large site Tin Wash Pan. Ten cents for large hammered brass Walter, Ten cents for Tin Milk Can. Ten cents for galvanized Lemon Squoezer. Five centos for a large fire Shovel. Ono lot of Fivo cents for paper of taoks. assorted patterns wall paper, at 3 and 4 cents. Don't forget tho Groat Iteduction Sales, and place, and Notions HENSLEY $ JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House,. ' .s,i ' HARDINSBURG, KY. A HERE WE AEE AGAIN Furniture in I endless variety. I am now back at my old stand and re12c spectfully solicit the patronage of the public. FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. Geo. Yeakel & Co BUANDENBUR9, KY. , mmummummmmmMmmmamMmmmmmmmBmmmammmmmmmmammmmmmmm d He Has Evidence of Curing Hun drods and Hundreds of the Worst Chronic Diseases. L. A gj A SURE J I ? f"il I P F1 e nWN yEl PILES. MED. -- ry CO. ST. LOUIS CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. CERTAIN CUREKNOWN FOR. 15 YEARS AS AND nv'iH J3r9KS9B;HH ByflyBpigr?piE Kiik THE BEST REMEDY FOR BY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R PREPARED M0. Tho outlook is not promising for a largo yield of hemp. The reports arc conflicting, but all indicate an averago ous. cent, compared Thero is nothing new in all this it is condition of seventy per with a good season. an old, old story yet every day young FKUIT. men are seen going to tho bad, through Tho peach crop is oxceptionnlly a tho allurements of and tho public teacher cannot too good ono ; the trees nil bending under often or too strongly admonish tho youth the burden of this most delicious fruit. standof tho folly of such a course. Detroit Tho apple crop is fully up to tho ard of an averago. Tho grapo crop is Frco Press. All of tho smaller very promising. Acquitted Herself Handsomely fruits havo been very abundant. Tho Kentucky Democracy has nccquit-te- d GAnnENS. itself handsomely. With three othSomo sections, where drouth has preer organized parties in the field, with tho vailed, tho gardens havo dried up, but, vory aro full of isms and its leaders divid- as a rule, they aro nbovo an aeragc. ed on tho Constitutional issue, it has Tho cabbago crop is n full average. added some 10,000 to its plurality of four 1'OTATOES. of tho 138 years ago, and has ninety-siIrish potatoes aro fully up to an members of the Legislature. What moro averago year. Tho finest specimen of could it ask ? LouiBvilloTimeB. Early Rose I havo ever seen were sent to this office from Franklin county. Our Very Best People statement when we say tliat Tho Bwcet potato crop is looking well. Confirm our GENERAL 8UMMAKY. Dr. Acker's English Kcinedy is in every 103; Corn, ncreago 100; condition, way superior to any nnd nil other prewheat, acrcago 105; quality with last parations for tho Throat nnd Lungs. In compared Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic year, 110; tobacco, acreago with average, 90; condition and stand, nnd relieves nt once. Wo offer you a peaches, comsample bottle free. Remember, this 100; hemp, condition, 70; year, 102; npples, Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee. pared witli last with last year, 149; For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, amount compared compared with last clover, condition Ky., and Witt & Mcador, Ilardinsburg, year, 02; timothy, 85; pastures, 89; Ky. garden products. 101; Irish potatoes, Didn't Get a Smell. condition compared with last year, 1.22 ; Erwin carried two counties, Taylor and sweet potatoes, condition compared Webster ; tho with last year, 110 ; sorghum, condition three, Boone, Estill and Lincoln, compared witli last year, 100;. An while Harris, Prohibition nomineo for elaborate summary of crops will bo Governor, would not have got a smell if given nt tho clofeo of tho crop season. ho had boon running for a Becpectfully, Louisville Times. Chah. Y. Wilson, Commissioner. Merit Wins. The First Symptoms of Death. Wo dosiro to say to our citizens, that Tired feeling, dull hendacho, pains in for years wo havo been selling Dr. King's various parts of tho body, sinking nt tho New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, King's Now Lifo Pills, Bucklen's Arnica foverishness, pimples or Bores, aro all S ilvo and Electric Bitters, and havo nev positive ovidenco of poisoned Jjlood. er bandied remedies that sell as well, or No matter how it becamo poisoned it that have given such universal satisfac- must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. tion. Wo do not hesitato to guaranteo Acker's English Blood Elixir has nover them every timo, and wo Btand reody to failed to romovo scrofulous or syphilitic refund tho purchase price, if satisfactory poison. Sold under a positivo guaranteo results do not follow their uoo. Theso iyG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and remedies havo won their great popular- Witt & Meador, HardinBbunr, Ky. ity purely on their merits. G. W. Short, Notice tho label on this paper and sco Cloverport, Ky., and. J. A. Witt, how you Btand on tho subscription book. good-fellowshi- No provision is convictions in politics. made for forcing them into tho Republican party, into the Democratic party or into a Third party. They aro not bound to vote any ticket under dictation, nor have they been required to surrender any of tho liberties of Amcricnn citizons. Tho member of tho Alliance is ns freo as any other citizen. It has done and is still doing most oxccllent work in agitating for tho rights of the ngriculturnl States. In this field it hap great possibilities of usefulness, nnd it will continue to extend its usefulness as long ns its members havo in it full liberty of choice fBKIl:' every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP TXTQ-- TO THE MARK to gteULt! ISTot to Pisooloirt t THAT CAN BE RELIED ON BEARS THIS MARK. .Jtiii ' 't I! u3 f vP-Vi- " " x still-hous- e. between tho parties. That a Third party may havo somo uses as a training school for Republicans who nro not yet sufficiently educated to "Tlrcil nature's sweet restorer" Is tlte wnj becomo Democrats it is entirely possible Miss PrcUjpeach characterizes our Soda Water. It Is delicious nnd refreshing. It tones up the to admit. That it has no other possibilstomach, inlgor.itcs the brain and restores ity of usefulness nt this time must bo (lagging energies. It Is the only proper beer-agfor this weather. We use only Pure Fruit evident to anyone who gives proper consideration to tho political situation. No Syrups, full In connection with Third pnrty can control tho majority of line ot fancy groceriesour bakery we keep a and confections. the Electoral College. If it throws tho F. H. BALLMAN. election of President into tho Houso of Representatives, tho Democrats have nn Auk mr nccnta far W. I.. Douglas Shoes. If not for sale in jour pluco nsk your overwhelming majority on tho denier to ttond for cntnlogiic, HCcuro thu tlicm lor ou. by States. Tho only sensiblo tiling to neuucVi mid act NO HUHST1TUTE. U EZTTAKIS o to do under such circumstnnccs is all tho forces of reform against tho party of Pluctocracy, as was done in 1888 Ono moro election liko that of last November would forovcr frco tho agricultural States from Plutocratic domination. St. Louis Republic. Tho brusquo and fussy impulso of thcEo days of false impression would rato down all as worthless becauso ono WHY IS THE is unworthy. As if thoro were no motes in sunbeams Or comets among stars Or cataracts in peaceful rivers! gen?emen ono remedy professes to do what THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOB THE MONEY? Is seamless shoe, no tacks or ot it never was adapted to do, nro nil toIthurta the feet) mado withtho best line wax thread calf, stylish tre make more thoet ono and easy, nnd beeaiuemannfacturtr. It equalsotMt Becauso remedies worthless? grtule than any other hand, sowed shoes costing from SlJu) to $5.00. doctor lets his patient die, nro nil humS1K. UOUoniilun HaiuUnowoil, tho finest cult equals French !?? shoes which cost for bugs ? It requires a fino oyo nnd a finer Importedshoo ever ofTercd from$3J3.0U to tl II Welt Shoo, nno calf, brain to discriminate to draw tho CA stylUb, comrortahlo and durablo. The best P shoo ercr offered at this prico i samo grade as cut. differential' lino. torn made shews costing from tMX) to $9.00. ltnllroad Men Hliuoi "They say" that Dr. Tiorco's Goldon CO 30 l'ollro Carriers Farmers, themi lino calf, all wear tPwi aJd Letter Inside, boavy tbreo Medical Discovery and Dr, Pierco's seamless, smoothpair will wear a year. soles, ezten bIodcJko. Ono no shoe ever ottered at SCO 00 fluo culfione better will convinco thoso Fnvorito Prescription havo cured thoustrial SC this price) e roll-call DR. D. BEA, Celebrated Specialist. And in cliargo of tho Electrical nnd Surgical Department of tho Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., will bo at tho CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., HELLul NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. TRADE MARK- WATERPROOF 4 OAN BE WIPED GLEAN IN A MOMENT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D COLLAR IN THE MARKET. Monday, Aug. 17, '91, And Kctiirn Every I'om WccUs Uurlnir tliu Ycur. Dr, Ilea has been connected with the largest hospitals In the country, nnd has no superior In diagnosing nnd treating diseases nnd deformities, lie will give fs I01, anY c,ltc that he cannot tell the disease nnd where located in five minutes, THE Cor. A. Wm. " THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. I.ATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, WILLilD Court-House, O Rates $2.50 Per Day. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite, com-bin- LOUISVILLE, KY. W. E. I0GAN, Manager, W.Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Mat shall, Clerks. 4 Cabler. 0. II. Pomi'hkev, Brcckcnridgo Co Trcata all Curable Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acuto nnd OHUON1.C CATARRH. Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, Noso. Throat and Lunir?. Dvsnonsla. Dright'B Disease, Diabetes, kidneys. Liver, Bladder, Chronic Fcmnlo and Sexual Diseases. CASLER Telephone 449, Ring 4. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LIME. PUMPHREY, Main and Market. EPILEPSY OR A Positive Guarantee. MERCHANTS im MI)! PRODUCE COMMISSION SPECIALTY. A BUTTER AND EGGS Men ma-tur- er ! 1 W. L. DOUGLAS Young and Middle-Age- d 230 Second Street, between LOUISVILLE, KY. Bo-cnu- S3 SHOE noil-Mow- 0U ti DO. Suffering from Spermatorrhea and linpotency ns the result of self abuse in youth nr excess In years and other cauics, producing some of the following effects: ns emissions, blotches, do Ullty, neryouincs., dizziness, confusion of Ideas, aversion to society, defective memory nnd sexual exhaustion, which unfit the Ictim for business or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious, - (I.. K, A 8T. L. K. H.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DEST LINE TO ands. y. 3 nnd 83.00 WorkliiaHinii's shoes "They Bay" for a weak system thcro's uavo 4 SB aro very strong and durable. Those who Bivon mem a inui win wear no oiaer maico, nothing better than tho "Discovery," Boy al Bi.uu niiu bovsovervscdooi snoes aro worubr the BI.70 where: thevsell and that tho "Fnvorito Prescription" is on their merits, ns tho Increasing sales show. shoo, best 1 nHlaa Uongols, thohopo of debilitated, fceblo women baUICo 5J3.0O very stylish) equals French Imported shoes coiling from Him to MM who need a restQrativo tonic nnd braciiIIcm nnd 81.70 shoo for ,30, Hisses aro the licit flnouongola. stylish and durable, ing nervine. And hero's tho proof-- Try (Jitutlon. Bee that W. L. Douglas' namo and on each shoo. ono or both. Ifthoy don't holp price nra stamped L.the bottom ofIlrocktoa, Mass. DOUGLAS, W. Dispensary Medi- FCm SAIaE BY you, tell tho World's BOWMER. &. HAMBLETON cal Association, of Buffalo, N. Y., nnd CLOVERPORT KY. you get your money back again. Iluml-spwo- il who want a shoe for comfort and service. fl0 Syphilis and complications, ,is sore throat, falling of hair, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc,, are perfectly eradicated without using mercury o other Injurious drugs. Gonorrohea, Gkct, Stricture nnd all Urinary and Kidney troubles arc speedily cured by treatment that has never failed. He undertakes nn incurable catcs, but cures tliouiandsglvcn up to die. Remember the date and come early, as his roams are crowded wherever he stops. Consultation free, Correspondence solicited and confidential, ADDIIESS, Medical & SunaiCAi, Institute, No. 309 Fourth St., Louisvlllo, Ky. Evansville Blood & Skin Diseases St. Louis, POINTS AND ALL West and Time-Cir- South-Wes- t. d in Sfe&t Dec,I IS ! Lv. Louisvlllo 8:46 a.m. ..0:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m 7:45 ...7:26 ' ArrSt. Lout 9:50 p.m , Evansvlllo 3:25 " For further tnformntlon, call on or addrtai, J0S.S.ODI0BNE, B. Qu'l Pan. Ag't, L BRYANT, Perfect action and perfect henltli.re8iilt from tho nso of DVWitt's Littlo Early . ItiBers, a perfect little pill. Sold by G. Trav. Paiig'xAg't, LoolIHe, K7. W. Slioit. Loniiylllo, . s . Ky,