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CLOVEKPOET, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1891. , , Din't dcpentl cover you and Jour B constantly dijKl'tfat tlie"drcrtlsluf colum M VOL. XVI, Is there to bo found ar inquisitive, or intelligent person who has visited the fT' city of Chattanooga and has not taken atrip to Lookout Mountain? If so, ho has failed to avail himself of ono of tho grandest views from tho summit of tho most famous mountain in Ainoricn. Asido from its historical attraction, tho OF WHEAL scene from this mountain can scarcely bo described in words it is ono of thoso inexpressible views which impress tho beholder with bonder, magnificence, and even nwo remembering it forever, yet finding all words inadequate for description. Located within only tlireo tnilcs of Chattanooga, and easily accessible to and from tho city, it lias bocomo the principal summer resort of tho South. Two lines aro continually kept busy with this over increasing visitors to tho mountain. Tho shortest route is by means of tho Incline or Cable car, and tho other ia by rail. Tho Cablo is by far prcfcrablo for tho magnificent scenery that is on every side unrolled. The ascent requires only ten minutes, but tho scenery that ono views can not mark- bo equaled. Tho ascent beginB on Ibvel ground and I know of only to describe it, with my fecblo pen, at every stride you gradually rise higher and higher after the manner of n balloon, almost before you aro awaro you aro ono hundred feet from., tho ground, where immense boulders staro you in com-vv- 'lf tho faco with hundreds of wild ilowers f shrubs seeming to out from opera- and very rocks to greet bloom ono strido you; tho higher and numberless boulders lie cay- scattered around promiscuously, then a wall of solid rock guards tho ascent you arc to reach, whiclr when you have arrived at the crest will bo sixteen hune'd,-dred feet high, leaving below you mansions And dwellings that have dwindled ' c into toys as you view them from your dizzy height; arriving hero you are ity- greeted with "This way Mister," it is Prices, terms of exchange, etc., the porter of tho Point Hotel who reminds you that you have not yet left promptly quoted on application. this terrestrial globe. Fionl tho balRespectfully, conies of this Hotel may bo had a view of fivo States, and tho beautiful Tennessee Liver which winds along majestically in the precise likeness of a snako the Indian name for which is tha Moccasin. MILLERS, J3uch is the delightful scenery that I might call it a mirago wcro it not so genuinely true. Your next step will bo to visit the points of interest, ten steps from the hotel you board a train which " Of takes you in the opposite direction from which you came, through a solid wall of natures work, layer upon layer of stratified rock reaching far up above tho locomotive to the highest point of tho mountain. Arriving at your destination you alight at Sunset Rock so named for the grand view that is obtained of the setting sun at dusk. I havo not spaco to enumerate the immense rocks bearing . various names such as Saddlo Bock an actual representation of a saddle, Umbrella Rock which shelters many a o drooping flower from tho sun. Rock with its communicating & Payne arc not in L . Miller rocks etc., etc. A few steps beyond you ousincss together as a great many are greeted with childhood's happy people think. I am for myself and laughter 'sporting with his pet dog on tho lawn adorning a magnificent dwellwill say and. come to mo and ing and you long to remove your own will show you that I will sell you homo to this enchanting summit. A little farther on and quite a neighborFiuit Cans, both Glass &T!n hood has been established which resembles certain portions of your city. I should not fail to state that within tho boundary of this neighborhood, which might with propriety be termed a small village, tho aspect of tho mountain has undergone a complete change, with 40 pieces of waro for $7.00. instead ot tho huge boulders tho ground now becomes as even as the city and reaebing away in one unbroken distance as far as tho eye can reach, tho ' large expanse shadowed by mighty oaks of tho wilderness and shrubs of every species, tho twittering of happy thirds, and tho health invigorating bounty of puro air making indeed a Paradise on Homo-mad- o Tin Buckets at earth. You stop to gather a hundred little articles you imagine are relics of ' 15 cents. . tho war for hero was fought one of tho bloodiest battles of tho Civil "War. Once in a while visitors aro rewarded CARTRIDGES, GUNS, with relics of tho late war, but lot it bo NAILS, whatever it may, from tho cannon ball SEWING MACHINES,' " to tho brass button it is cagorly accepted BUILDING HARDWARE, as a relic. ROAD CARTS. BUGGIES, Among tho curiosity shops of tho city, trees containing ono or moro bullets claiming to bo tho genuine war bullets NO, 7 BOX COOKING STOVE are on exhibition with numerous Bwords, bolts, caps, muskets, parts of h oven for $11.00. with tlags and minor articles found at various I can and will sell goods cheaper times on tho mountain, It would tako columns to tell of tho many interesting than any house in Town. attractions on the mountain, among tho most popular aro tho germane, enjoyed summit in on tho old weather-beateono of tho largo hotels, when on this festive occasion Chattanooga's aristocracy meet their frionds from states around. A prominont featuro of attraction last summer was the Spiritualists meeting CLOVERPORT,KY which took placo on their grounds near tho Natural Bridgo Hotel among tho lecturers were, Mrs. Cora Richmond', of Chicago, Rev. Samuel "Watson, of Mom-phiGeo, A. Fuller, M. D. of Lookout Mountain, A. C, Lodd Esq., of Atlanta; n number of mediums, wore present who gavo demonstration of spirit presence. They aro again holding meetings on tho nnd all Povic diseases cured by a now mountain this summer and drawing Consula-tlo- n and. almost painless process. largo crowds. Last but not lereit attracfree, Call on aro writo for printed Bits. " II. W. IIkudmcks and tive Is tho Summor.Art School, by tho matter. Chattanooga Art Association, O. D. TlIFFOllD. It was No, 1)18 Third Street, Loufoille; K suggested to tho Art Association that visitors interested in art who spend tho tried DeWitt'B Little Early summer ,on "Lookout Mountain would You never Rlsora for constipation, billiousness, Blck bo glad to avail themselves of tho to improve their luisuro moheadache? or you would not have these ments in acquiring somo instruction in G, W. Short, diseaies. Sold by e ysro. Wc are now closing Lookout Mountain-scene- s. We Buy and Grind only the ' 'Cr BESURiDES We Manufacture and Sell only the you have good wheat to exchange or if you want to buy the best flour on the et send to us. We If drawing and painting. Tho school was designed to meet this suggestion and many aro tho handsomo paintings of attractive scenes on exhibition. Following a path from here made by many and many a Mcary march of soldiers perhaps, wo behold at tha terminus n Hotel that for magnificence and tho extent of its grounds is not to bo equaled in tho South ; perhapi somo of my readers havo helped Belect a name for this mansion for it was considered a structure of such valuo that n prizo was offered the person sending in the best name suitable, among the names suggested were such romantic ones as Cloudland Hotel, Palace, Crystal, Excelsior, Grand View, and many more such, but to tho eternal fitness of things it was destined to rcsceivo the namo of Lookout Inn or tho Inn as it is familiarly called and so it has been christened, and now, my kimfrcaders, hoping you have enjoyed your imaginary trip no board the train for homo ten steps from this Hotel caro rying with you nn everlasting of grand old Lookout Mountain. S. Maux, Chattanooga, Tonncsscce. remem-bcranc- We have just received a beautiful linepf out our lino of C . HATS. SHOES, i . , STiWP B2e$' it TUTlfMlHH. to ff IM . below cost. "4J Afiri. 1 M3&4$aUU' ,$i 7. AU things go cheap for cash, and especially "our , , and 'W CLOTHING. At prices that can't ho heat. Wo kcop constantly on - SUMMER LAWNS AND Wo must close them out by fall to give room for our GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. r hand a nice lino of NEW STOCK OF o GOODS". Wo expect to handle a line of goods this fall that cannot he surpassed. Wo have on hand also, a splendid lino of GROCERIES. At lowest prices, and are also Agents for tho Drugs and Patent Medicines. Como in and give us a trial, and get a bargain in something need heforo this opportunity is gone you ) one-wa- H,y" have facilities unequal Happy Hoosiers. Win. Timmons, Postmaster of Idavillc, Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters has done moro for me than all other medicine combined, for that bad feeling arising from Kidney and Liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stockman of same place says : "Find Electric Bitters to bo the best Kidney and Liver medicine, makes me feel like a new man.-J. W. Gardner, haul ware merchant, same town, says Electiic Bitters is jtibt the thing forn man who is all run down and don't caro whether he lives or dies; lie found new strength good appetito and felt just liko he had a new lease on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A Witt's, Ilardinsburg, Ky. S .armed on the Farmer. Peter Gross, who lives near York Springs, Md., had been working liard all tho, morning, and about 10 o'clock concluded to tnku a nap under a cherry tree. He had just fallen into a doo when ho heard a buzzing sound. Ho awoke to find a hive of ins own bees swarming on his head. Rushing into tho field he thought that by covering his head with earth ho could got rid of them. But that did not havo tho desired effect. Being on the crest of ono of the high hills which surrounded his house, ho then throw himself on the ground, gavo bis body a shove and down ho went, rolling over stones, sticks nnd bushes until at last ho reached the kitchen door. By that time tho bees had left him, and, nl though he was very much cut and bruised, none of the wounds were serious. Respectfully, ed in this section for Celebrated McSherry Wheat Drill And the North Western Fcrtlizcrs Co's., WITT MEADOR, HARDINSBUKQ, KY. r. ,' v'. '- & & -- .:" f Vv , -- supplying your wants. Our elevator is pleted and in ton every damaged, clamp, or smutty wheat receive but we pay the top Prce or ie best qual 4 "HORSE SHOE" Brand of Fertlizer. Give us a call and you will never regret it. Respectfully, ' 9 S S MOORMAN & BEELER, GLENDEANE, KY. Take Care of Your Waste Lands. A Success. r OM 1h wr. m. . m BOYD BROS., The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can be found at Irvingon, Ky. IT- - IT'S NOT SO! Tele-phon- I STEP STOVE, Hay Rakes, From Bad to Worse. Tho ordinary treatment of contagious blood poisoning is to drive ono poibon from tho system by introducing another. Tho result, in most cases, has been that which usually follows a leap from the frying-painto tho fire. To put it mildly, mercurial and .other mineral poisonings havo disadvantages which arc hardly less serious than contagious blood poison. In either coso the system is wrecked; and yet thcro is no reason why humanity should continue to suffer. It is tho office of S. S. S. to euro contagious blood poisoning. For that diseaso the medicine is" surely a specific. And it is also its ofilco to euro mercurial and other mineral poisoning. In short, S. S. S. is tho great blood purifier. It destroys tho germs of tho contagious disease, and expels from tho system all forms of mineral poisoning. It restores health and strength to tho sufferer. n Sorgo Mills, Evaporators. , Cut down tho old fruit trees that may be standing in tho' pastures that havo passed beyond their period of usefulness. Unless they nro taken caro of they will hecomo nests, for tho various fruit pests, and will in turn bo the means of populating your orchaid with undesirable colonies. A trial will convince tho most skopti-ca- l that "C. O. C. Certain Chill Curo" is tho greatest remedy extant for tho curo of Chills and Fever. Sold by J. W. ' " Owen. 20-inc- Try tho doctors, try all remedies for coughs and if you aro not satisfied, wo will guarantco "C. O, C. Certain Cough Curo" to do you good. Sold by J: W. Owen. Royal Gcrmetuer is established as a EMI S iMJ W?-- -. Again wo call the attention of our remarkable success. Thousands of testiby all monials attest its virtue. Many of these farmers to a matter that should We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture means bo given their consideration. It are given by mon and women of the question of putting tho waste acres highest standing in tho most honored at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made-frois the pure Oak Tanned Leather. of thoir farms into profitable cultivation walks of life. Single Bucgy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, $G.50, $7.50, 9.00 cannot which under present conditions In tho midst of a flourishing and rapSaddles, $1.75, be cultivated in cereals or tobacco crops idly increasing business, tho price is re- and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a lino strength for reproduction is duced from $1.50 to $1 per bottle. This because the not n tho soil. There are very few farm is done in tho interest of thoso whoso of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The ers in this section but havo several acres circumstances in life deter them from very low prices. of worn land that aro lying idle and tho paying tho higher price. The ricli will Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainWe have a large line of Collars, Hames and Chains, soil being washed away by heavy rains. buy it nt any price, but tho managers ing to the trade. It is also well known that grain nnd feel that a medicine which possesses Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Air. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds tobacco aro tho staplo crops of this sec- such wonderful powers should be placed tion, and that without fertUization within tho reach of tho poor. Many of repairs and make new work to order. which very few farmers do it is only n havo said that Gcrmetuer was tho cheapwill pay vou to examine our stook. question of a shoit time when tho land est medicine oil tho market. When it is 3D- will be so impoverished that these crops remembered that a bottle of Gcrmetuer bo produced with profit compar- makes a gallon of medicine ready for can not ed with new land being opened in the uso, it is certainly cheaper than ordiLouisville, SI, Louis 4 Texas Co, vast teiritorics of this great domain. It nary medicine in a bulk, and when tho OF therefore behooves tho land owners of powers of tho medicine aro taken into 3STO. section to utilize every means to account, tho price amounts to almost this and nothing. keep up the stability of their farms each year placo the worn land in bettor Germetuer is the coming success that TnlUnpr Effect condition for tho cultivation of cereals has already como. Ask your druggist At 5:00 o'clck A, U. Wednezdaj July 23. '91 and other staple crops. This can be for it, and if ho cannot supply you write Capital Stock $25,000. done, and without a heavy outlay or ex- to E. M. Colemnn, General Represena-tive- , Weil Bound Traiui Eatt Bound Trami improvished acres Louisvillo Ky.. Send for book conpense, by putting tho 51 ,, 52 fi3 Mall A Moll A D. F. BEARD, Prosldont. into grass and securing a revenue there- taining particulars and history of wonKxpr's Kxpr's STATIONS Kxpr's Expr'. WIJjL MILLER, from by the pasturngo of sheep, a few derful cures. Daily Daily Dally Dally" M. II, BEARD, Cashier. head of borses or mules raised on tho 6 25pm 8 Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 1 05 9 OTnn: is no part- - of tho investfarm. Thoro 6 40 O. W. BEARD 1 12 60 820 IM'nUlCKV 31. 860 Prohibition In Maine. UOO Dlrcotors, 720 West Point 1210pm 810 MORRIS ESKR1DQE V ment on n farm that delivers moro clear 7 21 9 03 12 07pm 8o7 Howard An interesting and instructive tableau It. M. JOLLY. J a herd 7 39 Hock Haven 918 profit to tho farmer's purso-thall&Jim 754 witnessed tho other day at Brunswick 7 17 9 2i! Long 11 ranch 11 43 747 d sheep, a few head of good was DEPOSITS. of INTER 9 35 757 1133 llrandcnliurif 737 Me., in tho vorv heart of tho "strict" 8UI 9 38 Meade Springs 1123 782 of good mules. Thcro colts or a number 80S 941 Kkron 1123 726 prohibition section of tho stato. The 817 95J Guston 1111 aro colts that the owners havo been offer717 10 01 820 fast express train struck a hayrack con11 05 Irington 067 ed $123 for at weaning time, and nearly 8 35 010 WclisUr 1055 6 48 taining two men, demolishing the vehicle 8 4J 1018 10 48 I.oillhurir 6 39 with what has every farmer if familiar 10 2ri 862 10 37 6 31 rknc nnd somewhat injuring its occupants. 8 511 10 33 Sl.j..p!c paid for good lambs and tho profit 1033 been 620 10 41 9W The train was stopped and tho passenStcplientport 10 26 6 19 Hapux 'fjTOAVD "BinauM W10 vIB on wool tho past year, and that mule 10 45 912 10 22 AddUou 6 14 out, surrounded tho 10 48 9 10 Holt to gers, pouring 1019 Gil colts havo brought sufficient at least noiauojui jo)3mduivdv w 0 31 1102 10 05 Cloverport 5 67 farmers, who wero unconscious. 9 38 1107 10 01 Shops show they aro tho most profitable 6 52 Somo ono asked if tliero was any liquor 1118 950 Skillman 947 541 of the farm. Now the wasto acre10 UI 1127 llavcslllc 938 531 passed out a in the crowd. A drummer 11 M 1010 29 9 l'etrie 6 22 age of land spoken of can be put in 10 IS 1141 Kalcon 9 24 516 neat little flask of old Bourbor, another 1020 1145 pasturago to raiso such htock.'-r-Wars9 20 Cncts 612 1152-10 27 drummer followed bis example, and soon I.cwfsiiort 913 5 06 Independent. 1011 12 10pm rowers 4 49 865 there vcro hands stretching forth from 12 23 1058 8 42 rates 4 37 12 32 1108 Owcnsboro 833 and half pints, 428 all directions with pints 12 43 1120 Mattlngly 8 19 4 V, A Duty to Yourself. 1129 round bottles, fiat bottles nnd squaro of 1252 Stanley 4 06 810 1138 1U2 VorthlnKton 800 348 It is surprising that people will use a all dimonsions from imported brandy to Spnttsflle 1165 118 7 42 341 12 05pm 120 Uaskctts 7 34 common ordinary pill when thoy can Portland rum. There was enough thcro 3 33 1220un 1 40pm ar.llcnders'n lv 7 20am 320pm Rpp.uro a valuablo English ono for tho to start a Lowiston drug storo, and tho same money. Dr. Acker's English pills only man in tho crowd who did'nt have and a bottlo ran off to a farm houso nnd soon Louisvi'le.Hardinsburg & Western R, B, nro a positive curo for . Thoy nro small, sweet, gallon jug of somo nil liver troubles. returned with a two easily taken, nnd do not grjpe. Sold by mysterious liquor. N. Y. Sun. No. 2 TIME TABLE. G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, jaflLjakAEgLJiPOT MMJf nn HJAnsw 3Yf)0 r t- -t 1 hJ Hr It i J ' sari.nEiBijE'Z'dnT- RJ, BANK HAEDINSBUHG TIME SCHEDULE 18. n well-selecte- pro-duc- ts aw m sick-hcadacl- io Don't forget the place n J. L, MILLEE'S Our Son Jack. Mr. Bicezoy Our son .Tack is getting altogether too latgo for a youngster. well, tho child is Mrs.. Brcezoyr-O- h, father to the man, you knowj Mr. Brcezoy Very truo, but Jack seems to consider himself fathcr'tq tho " ' wholo family. N. Y. Herald. & Mcador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Y s, :ru":fttt:r:e3, "' steiottjrb, PILES The Best In the Country. of tho vitrified paving brick A to bo used in street construction was re ceived by tho Engineer this morning from Cloverport. Engineer Mchler pronounces tho brick to bo tho best ho over saw. Tho material received thjs morning will bo used in paving tho gangways La Grippe Again. Sovoml nt tho now No. 2. engine-housDuring the epidemic of La Giippu bust moro of tho brick will bo reMarried Above Her Station. season Df. King's New Discovery for Louisville Times, ceived shoitly. . "And so you, nro married, Bridget?" Consumption, Coughs nnd Colds, proved "Yes, mum." Reports from to bo tho best remedy. "What does your husband do?" And, Do We Can tho many who used it confirm this state"An' shuro, mum, he's a railrowd ment. Thoy yoro not only quickly Guarantco Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for doircctor." but tho disease left no bad after ithos been fully demonstrated to tho "A railroad director! That's a very results. Wo ask you togivothis remedy peoplo of this country that it is superior important place. Aro you quite suro n trail nlid wo guarantee that you will bo to all other preparations for blood disit is that?" satisfied with results or tho- - purchnso eases. It is a positlvo curo for syphilitic "An1 faith an' doesn't ho shtnnd all price will bo refunded. It has no equal poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimday at tho railrowd directing peoplo to in La Grippe, or any Throat, Chest or ples. It purifies tho wholo system und cars'?" Boston Courier. Lung Trouble. .Trial bottles freo nf G. thoroughly builds up tlio constitution. tho W. Short's Drug Store. Large bottles, For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., llonow your subsgripiton now. If 5Cc. and SI. nnd Witt & Mcador, Hnrdinsburg, Ky. , 4 you can't send a dollar for a year send v1 , GO cts. for six months or & cents for Notico tho label on this paper and seo Buy tho Monarch shirt. thrco months. ow you Btand on tho subscription book,' car-loa- d f A Child Killed. Another child killed by tho uso of opiates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such dendly poison is surprising when they can roliovo tho child of its peculiar troubles by u8ing"Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no opium or morphine. Sold byG. W. Short, ClovQrport, Ky., and Witt & Mcador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. 18P1. aVJGWi HE .mr. suv BEST m- . 1KS(L IYER ?m.'3w 2TLr4l v Veit Bound Trains East Hound Trains Daily Dally Dfty Daily ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Suii. ex Sun No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 11 30 tm I.v IrvinRton Ar 9 45am 1210pm Garfield 8 31 12 25 12 45 rr MEDICINE MEDICINE AKOWN A.3LSO OtTK,E AND SI2E OF DOSE. 118 132 153 2 05 CHEAVEST CONSIDERING CHILL CUFfE. WTUj QUALITY e, ear-loa- BILIOUSNESS, XT Glcndcane 6 21 Dempster 6 09 2 30pm ar Fallsltotifih lv 5 31am 315 Hockvalc 4 65 327 4 44 Ruth I lamed Itardintbure Kirk Jolly C10 7 45 7 09 0 63 DYSPEPSIA, I 33; 4 AND CnnONIO CONBTITATION. 362 30pm 43(5 Asklns Oaks 415 Ar Ko rdsvilleLv 4 00am O. C. MARTIN, DRUQGIST Cloverport, N.CXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for Ky Tcoplo with impure blood may bo said to exist, not live. Lifo ia robbed of half its joys when tho blood is loaded with Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich Correct this impurities and dicaso. ienn Plaster, Salt, Litae, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, condition with DoWitt's Farsaparilla, it by G. "W. Short. is roliablo.-S- old DoWitt's Sareaparilla destroys such poisons nij scrofula, skin diseaso, eczema, rheumatism. Its timoly uso wvps many lives. gold by G. W, Short. Brick, Flow Handles, Pine Flooring ways kept on hand. Orders bo--' compaw'ed by cash prompt' ' ly filled Reapers and Mowers, Fine & Poplar Shingles ala yi 1 "" 711 7 Breckenridge News. f W'MMK V. fl.BAHBAOK L, H. DENRrMEKL - BRANDENBURG. - BEWLEYVILLE. New goods at the cash store. Mr, O. C. Stfth went to Hardinsburg Deatk of .Dry Valloy'a New Bom labe. Friday. Mr. Cliua II. Drury went to BrandenAug. 0,- - 1891. Editor Dry Vnlloy's "new born babe," better known as "Dr. George's kid" met News WjjnsTEn, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1591. ml - Ertltol- JNO. D. A V1KGU.G.UAB11AGK, Editors 1'roprktofi, & W. TIME TABLE. UOINQ WtUtT. L., Rt. I. &T. Local Time Card. Xall (i nd Express going East aotxa rast. Passenger Dally nrr. Ilardtnibnrg:. 8:55 a.m. Prof. Gus. Brown, Cloverport, .was on the sick list. Mr. Thomas Ditto and wlfu were in thu city last Sunday. Mrs. Eli Smith nnd her daughter, Miss Maud, are visiting here. Mr. Ilirnm Carlton, Bowloyvllle, was in flic city last Monday. Lcavo your orders for gutters and spout at tho now tin shop. G. Gctzcndanner. Remember that Bell's is tho place to buy your family groceries nnd confectioneries. Mrs. Dr. Singleton, who formerly resided at this placo is visiting Mrs. Daniel. Go to Mrs. Monroo at Monroe & Son's store for fancy goods, ladies' dress trimmings, etc. If you want a now tin roof now is your timo to have it made. Tho shop will bo closed October 30. G. Gctzcndanner. Tho will of Bon Hardin was admitted to probate in tho County Court last Monday. Mrs. Hardin qualified as executor. Mrs. Felix Monroe has opened up a full line of ladies' furnishing goods, dress trimmings, etc., in tho room abovo F. Pa! injsr Dally orr. IUrdlnsturg..l2;05 p.m. it Express Kt; ' K"t. Wit 11.07 a.m. H?SC "-JJ- toe.fPr.lght " ' iA splendid lct,cr from TMkout tain appears in this issue. Mmm Tits inauguration of Governor Brown will occnr on Tuesday, September 1. Tiiekr was a nickel plated circus in this town yesterday trying to pass itself off for a fifty cent piece. Russell Lowell, tlio American poet and scholar, died at his homo in Cambridge, Mass., last week at the ago James of 72. In the death of Jnracg Kussoll Lowell there passes away perhaps, the most eminent man of letters in the United States. The Pennsylvania Republicans are against "brother Harrison for President in '92. They are calling earnestly for Jas. G. Blaine. "BvcKNEit is not tho man for Congress & store. Give her a call. in this district," was. tho expression of Monroe Son's T. C. Lewis closed out his saloon last at Brandenmany prominent Democrats burg, Monday. week to James Glasscock, of tho Forks of Rough. Mr. Glasscock will continue Now, tho country may get right on tho business in the same house occupied Cloverport vitrfied brick. Tho last car- by Mr. Lewis. Miss Hannah Elkin was adjudged a load shipped to Louisville was pronounclunatic in the County Court last Saturfinest in the land. ed the-vcr- y day, She will bo sent to one of tiio 6tatc spent on asylums in a few days. Miss Elkins is '"Aiteii over $230,000 has been the foundations for the World's Fair forty years old and is unmarried. buildings, they aro pronounced insuf-flcoThere were about eighty teachers enrolled at tho Institute last week. A largo and will have to como up. number of them were kicking too about Natural gas was struck at Ilanltns-bur- g this Institute business. They declared last Friday evening at a depth of there was no good in it and the expense 1,525 feet, Our neighboring town is in of attending tho Institute was a big item great luck and wo congratulate her. to a large majority of them. There was great, excitement about the The "People's Party," of Kentucky, gas well last week, when' Mr. Haynes polled about 20,000 votes for their can- proposed to shoot it as tho last trial test This is hardly to get gas. Crowds of people gatiiercd didate for Governor. half tho advocates of that party predict- about tho well to seo the result of the ed they would get prior to the election. matter. When the bulk of dynamite exploded and a good flow of gas followed IlEKDEnsox is trying very hard to get there was much rejoicing. "the free delivciy system of her mails. It is said that if the county docs not Owcnsboro has had the service for some.1 get n good jail that it won't be the fault time, and thoJJ.vnu'crson people think of the commissioners appointed by tho thiuwt Wtnavoritism that ought not to court to look after tho job. From the be. timo tho first stono was put in the founA hesolutios was ottered before tho dation tho commisioncrs have been conTeacher's Institute at Hnrdinsburg last stantly on tho ground insisting upon an week, that the teachers petition our absolute compliance with the contract. Representative to have the Institute Sell Goons Is Oun Motto. AVe arc abolished. After some pretty warm de- receiving a lino of staple and fancy bates was voted down. groceries and aro selling at prices to suit the times. Headquarters for sugar, cofThe article from "Horatius" which fee, Hardinsburg and Grand View flour. appeared in our last issue is receiving Call and examine our goods and satisfy much favorable comment from a number yourself that wo take tho lead in low of our readers. He seems to have struck prices. Country produce wanted. tho " key note " to the political situation F. Monroe & Son. as viewed by many of the best thinkers Some of the best looking girls in the in this county. county were unrolled as members of tho Teachers Institute. When the vote was We heartily second tho suggestion of taken to abolish tho Institute a largo tho Louisville Times in naming Col. number of them voted yea. Because Harry Sommers for a place in Gov. they said they did not pioposo to follow Brown's Cabinet. Ho is a most worthy county Institutes as long as they lived, and capable man and Gov. Brown in and they wero not in love with the honoring him, will also honor the entire school mar'ms no how. press of the State. nt Mr. Bud Mclutiro is very ill with malarial fever. Mrsv Haydcn Morris is visiting relatives in Henderson. Mrs. Sallio Richardson has returned . home from tho South. Job McGcheo has returned from a visit to friends at Webster. Miss Ellen Hcrndon, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Deo McGchee. , Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Cain, of last week. were in town Mr. Steve Hardin, of Big Bend, spent Bcveral days in town last week. s Messrs. Steve Hardin and II. C. Friday at Big Spring, Bpent Mr. Ben Clarkson, Jr., of Big Spring, is the guest of Mr. Hugh Ditto. to visit Miss Eva Herndon left y Lafio Lalloist at Cloverport. Miss Mr. Jim Payno and daughter, of Payncsvillc, wero in town Saturday. Mrs. C. B. Fontaine and children, of Arkansas, aro visiting relatives here. Mrs. Stephen Welsh and Gabo O'Bryan, of Hickory Flats, wero in town Tho corn crop oxcells any that has been raised hi this county for years. Mr. Will English, of Stcphensport, visited relatives in tho Bottom last week. Dr. D. C. Pusoy attended thd funeral of his nephew, Robert Pusey, Thursday. Miss Mary McFarland, of Long Branch, spent last week with Miss Mosena Fontaine. Mr. Robert Woods, Washington, D. C, was tho guest of Miss Addie Ditto, Monday. . Mr. S. A. Roberts, of Louisville, formerly of this county, spent Saturday hero. Mrs. Mary A. Fullcnweider, from Little Bend, is visiting her brother, Mr. M. Dugan. 7hv Lawrence Lewis, of Louisville, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. The colored people nre holding a camp meeting in Sebastian's park. It began -- Ky ,!?', Bowh-y-villo- Raw-ling- to-da- to-da- y. the 1G. burg Saturday. Miss Anna Hodges returned from Harvlinsburg Friday. Mrs. Lucy Stith is visiting the family of Dr. J. M. Wulker. Mr. Marion Rutcr, of Louisvillo, is spending several days in town. Miss Annio Tidings, of Louisvillo, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mary Munford. Mrs. W. J, Piggott went down to Hardinsburg Friday and returned Saturday. Wo rejoico with Hardinsburg in tho abundant supply of gas discovered there last week. Lout. B. F. Hnrdaway, of U. S. States Army is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B A. Haulaway. Tho pulpit at the Baptist church waB ably filled on Sunday last by Rev. R. E. L. Aylor of tho Seminary. Misses Blanche Jo'ly and L. Frank joined n picnic excursion from Irvingtoti to Sulphur Springs last Fridoy. Rev. Win. E. Perryclcar, of tho Seminary, will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist church on tho fifth Sunday in this month. Tho belled buzzard so much- spoken of in Texas several years ago, has been seen several times on the farm of W. J. Piggott. Misses B. Ada and Lenn Drury and Miss Maggie Paul returned Saturday from Hardinsburg wlicio they attended tho Institute. Ono of tho bright ideas advanced in regard to attendance upon tho Institute was that certificates of attcudanco be given to thoso who enmo at the eleventh hour nnd fool caps to thoso who wero present at the opening nnd remained to the close. Our teachers have returned from tho Institute ; wo have not heard that they aro wiser but wo do know that thoy are richer in 6xperience and very ready to admit that experience keeps n dear - Tjie State appointments to be made by Governor elect Brown are summed up as follows : Secretary of State, Reuben A. Miller, of Owcnsboro ; Assistant Secretary of State, John T. Davis, of Shelby ; Commissioner of Agriculture, Dr. J. D. Clardy, of Christian ; Adjutant General, A. J. Gross, of Breckenridge. with what perfect unanimity tho Democrats who assembled at tho court house in Hnrdinsburg on Monday night of tho election agreed upon the campaign which secured the election of Mr. Severs to a seat in the Legislature. As a number of the speakers on that occasion remarked, our party in tho county was under n good organization. Tho workers in tho various precincts became aroused to tho importance of good work and they did it at tho proper time. Nothing was done in the campaign at which the opposition could or Tho did become seriously ottended. maintenance of Democratic principles was paramount to any other question, and their success now would indicate that they aro to prevail here in tho future. is to bo noted "1 Confirmed. The favorable impression produced on tho first appearance of the agreeable liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a fow years ago has been more than confirmed by tho pleasant experience of all who have used it, and the success of the proprietors and manufactures tho California Fig Syrup Company. It STEPHENSPORT. Rained all day Monday. Mrs, Amos Board, of Han'inshurg, was in town Sunday. Mr. Will English returned home from Biandenburg Sunday. Mrs. Hendricks, of Long Branch, was tho guest of Mrss II. S. English last week Mr. Walter Mbsloy, of the Kentucky Building & Loan Association, is in town this week. Misses Georgia McCubbins nnd Emma Hanks aro in Lodiburg this week guests of Mrs. A. J. Dyo (nee) Pnrr. Mrs. Henry Davis entertained a few friends on the 10th, in honor of her State ov Ohio, City or Toledo, M. Lucas County. j daughter, Miss Sallio Davis' birthday. Fkank J. Cheney makes oath that lie Abraham Green, 8 years old, son of is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Jauo Green, (colored) was drowned FriCheney & Co., doing husiness in this day nbout one-hamiloabove tho bridge City of Toledo County and State aforewhile in bathing. said, and that said firm will pay tiio sum There is talk of opening tho ga3 well DOLLARS for of ONE HUNDRED each and every caso of Catarrh that can- here soon, as there is gas all around us. 'Tis not reasonable to supjwso wo should not be cured by the use of Hall's bo entirely loft out if tho right depth Cuke. was gone. FRANK J. CHENEY. Mrs. II. Lay gave a party in tho afterSworn to before mo and subscribed in my presence, this Gth day of Decem- noon of tho 11th, in honor of her neice, Vivo Rank, it being her Oth birthday. ber, a. ii. 1880. Those present wero Ruth Haynes, of . A. W. GLEANSON SEAL Notary Public. Cloverport, Ida Crawford Bco Napper, Loyd Roynolds, Grover Jarfett and Ray- Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally mond Ackorman, of Itomo, Bcrnico Lay and acta directly upon tho blood and and Allen Rank. Refreshments wero 't 'mucous send served nt 4:30, after which all returned surfaces of tho system, for testimonials, freo. home, reporting a delightful time. P. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo. O. , Sold by Druggists, 75c. Catting at the Palls of Rough. lf Ca-taji,- - Dentistry, Dr. J. P. Williams, of tho office of Dr. W. B. Armandt, Owcnsboro, Ky., will ho ihCloverport, September 21st, 1891, and will remain three days. All parties dental work will do desiring first-clawell to cal on him at Dr. S. S. Watkins' office, and you will ho treated politely, get good work at reasonable prices. ss Word reached this ofllce yesterday of a cutting scrape at tho Falls of Rough. f We haven't the particulars but wo learned that Georgo Lcgrand and Charles Jamison got into a difficulty at a saw mill near tho,Falls, in which Jamison got tho worst of tho fight. Lcgrand used his knlfo on him and it is said Jamison is in a serious condition. II. C. Rawlings and Mrs. E. Dowdy visited friends at Long Branch last week. Tliero was the largest crowd of people in town Monday tlint has been seen here for Borne time. Robert Pusey, son of Mr. Jolm Pusoy, of Jefi'erson county, died in Louisville Wednesday, of typhoid fever. Mr. D. W. Lewis has patented a wine press. Den of course, liko all patentees, thinks lio has a fortune in his patent. Mr. Step Richardson, who has been absent in Arizona for several years, is hero visiting his father, Mr. J. D. Richardson. Misses Anna nnd Ellen Sanders, of Louisville, arrived Friday morning and arc the guests of Miss Gcorgio Moromcn. Protracted meeting began at tlw Baptist church Tuesday night. It is being conducted by Revs. Hugan and Willctt. Mr. John Denton, his mother nnd sister, Miss Sallic,aro visiting in Slaughter-villand will go from there to Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Malin, of Pineville, arrived Thursday morning and will spend several weeks with their parents here. Mr. D. W. Fairleigh is convalescing rapidly, and ho and his family aro now at their brother's, Mr. William M. Ditto in the Bottom. Miss Mattio McGchee returned Tuesday from a visit of several weeks in She reports a most delightful trip. Prof. Frank McAuliff will open tho school hero in September nt tho Hall. Frank's ability as a teacher is unsurpassed. Misses Carrio Reinhecklo and Alma Spiller who liavo been visiting their aunt, Mrs. Geo. Casperke, returned to Louisvillo Tuesday. Mr. Warren Brunor, the young man who was injured by being thrown from a buggy last Sunday is improving. There is somo hopes of his recovery. Mr. Frank Rawlings and daugther, Miss Minnie, of Big Spring, wero tho guests of Judge Rawlings Sunday. Miss Minnio remained down for sovral weeks. Mr. Ed. Gentry has made over two thousand slack barrels since lie put up his factory at Ekron. Thero is a very largo apple crop aud ho will no doubt put up three times that many. Your regular correspondent "Terrell" is confined to her bed with typhoid fever, much to tho regret of her mnny friends. Wo trust that it is only a mild form and that she may soon bo out. Circuit court is in session here. Thero is a very small docket and it will tako but n short while to get through with One murder trial, that of Rody it. Peak for killing his cousin Bud Peak. Tho caso is set for Mr. W. II. Ramsey, Olean, N. Y., has tho contract to put down four wells for tho Rock Gas Co. This does not look liko tho gas has played out much in this section. Tho company is said to bo making money now. A party composed of twenty two from Louisvillo aro spending this week at tho Sulphur well fivo miles from here. Thoy aro chaparoncd by Mrs. J. D. Cooper, Miss Lilllo (nco Hay,) and n resident of our neighborhood. Circus at Wcldon Monday. Tho crowd was very slim - and thoy aro talking of sueing tiio railroad Company for misinformation in regard to tho place. They thought it was Brandenburg and it is only station. A party of young people from Irving-toconsisting of tho Misses Washington and their guests, Mr. Harry Major and sister, Miss Nellie, of Louisville; Misses Mumford; Lucy Frank and Blanche Jolly, Mr. Jess Hcrndon and Miss Ellen, of Louisville, chaperoned by Mrs. Bate Washington, spent last Friday nt tho SulphurWell. Thoy wero joined by quite a party from Brandenburg and vicinity, Mrs. e to-darg n, school. Stiuyed or Stolen from tho residence of W. N. Drury, a very small black and tan terrier answering to tho name of "Dandy." Any ono finding him will please return him to tho cash store and receive a liberal reward; information leading to the recovery of this pet will be highly appreciated by his owners. Bewlcyvillo took off the honors at the recent examination of teachers; thrco out of tho four first class certificates awarded coming to this village and one of these bearing tho highest general average obtained by any teacher in tiio examination. Tho following resolution adopted as the report of Committco on Legislature by tho Madison county Institute which convened at Richmond last week will doubtless receive tho approbation of many teachors. Resolved, That tiio ruling of tho State Board refusing a certificate to an applicant who falls below 50 per cent, in any branch is unjust and should be set with a sudden, but peculiar death on Monday, Augusta. It seems that the monstrosity was of premature birth, and therefore, of necessity short lived. However, his growth whllo ho did live, was unprecedented, so much so in fact that his lower extremities could not well bear his own weight, heavily handicap-c- d as ho was by bills, railroads, etc. And that is the causo of his being Ho imagined that he was tho veritablo Samson of old and liko that warrior ho started out with tho jawbone of ah ass as his only weapon. Ho roamed around over tho country for over a year before ho found an unoiny worthy of his bono. Ono day last spring ho took in Hardinsburg in his wanderings, nnd there ho met the Republican bull. Now his bullship bad been accustomed to an honorable foe, that was always willing to do battlo on tho square. But tho "kid" wanted none of that, but being nrccssar-il- y s short on nccount of his ho ran under his bullship, took tho double lock on his foro legs, gave him a hoist with his shoulders nnd tossed him over his head breaking his neck in the fall. Ho then pounded upon his prostrate foe, relieved him of his hide, doomed it and went roaming over the country again bclowing in imitation of tho Republican standard bearer himself. Every morning, noon nnd night you could hear the o, constant roar of his voice, it reverberated up and down tho Valley, which ho was passing by. seemed to Bay "come" on His boyolct us down tho Denis," and ho would brandish his bono in tho air and sny, "I have my effective weapon loft yet. I have demolished ono enemy without a weapon and with this I certainly can exterminate the other. Como 6n." But it seems that his intended victims knew the differenco between a bull and Ids hide, so they failed to follow. At last ho camo to "Tho Bridgo of Sighs." Ho marched out on that structure until ho camo to tho narrow pass whero no two can pass at the same timo, nnd just beyond which is tho ofllco seekers goal. Hero he took his stand and began brandishing his bono and bellowing out boo-o-- oo, o, which ho meant "who dares como and face me." Now, you know that in this county we have a Democratic ram that lias been in tho habit of butting tho Republican hull off this identical bridge nbout once every twelve months. This summer found him rather weak on account of losing flesh, but ho never lost courage. Now and then you would seo him walk out and shake himself as ho would imagine ho heard a familiar sound, but finding tliero was nothing back of it ho would go back and lio down to tako another snooze. Finally about Saturday, August 1st "Jie waked up and started off in a little jog trot for his accustomed jaunt to tho old battlo ground. When ho reached the y bow-legged. to Every Pair guaranteed as to workmanship and material. They Fit the Best They Wear the Best They Please the Best bcw-leg- Buy "Our. Own Make" Shoes and be Happy f boo-oo-o- boo-oo-o- oas The Eaglo in his glorious upward flight, Soars not to a loftier, nobler height, Than ho who sells Shoes that wear and give ease' And that's what wo offer in offering these, ' ' ' r , i - .7 '""" . boo-oo-- oo For they areShoes that aro stylish and every pair neat. Thoy aro Shoes that wear best and fit all kinds of feet. "& For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children -- - You should wear no other. 7 o boo-oo-o- :o: VEX :oi HV & m k -- l"so"c2TOElvd:E3s'z, OF TJIE .bridgo lio was so weak roiu loss of flesh that he almost trembled off. But seeing as ho thought, his old enemy in ids customary placo ho braced up and with lire in his cyo, ho dropped his head and with ho made a drive straight a little ahead. Tho "kid" saw him coming and asido. ! help i cry out, That tho state certificate shall be nt once began toBut seeing "helphelp did or I am gone." tho revived, but only on examination by not como in timo, ho throw dowii his the State Board. bono turned right around and tried to run. But just as ho started his. ramship GLENDEANE. gave him a terrible bump on his posterior side landing him about two hundred Miss Daisy Dean has been quito sick. and nineteen feet below, flat on his stomMiss Lou Dean is expected hoino from ach, where ho spread out liko a rotten plum. And such Mr. Editor is tho acLeitchfield soon. Mias Lillio Scott, Hardinsburg, is visit- count of tho death of Dry Valley's new born babe. Tho hide will have to bo ing Miss Carrio Owen. thoroughly washed before it can bo used Miss Maud Miller, of Cloverport, is again, and probably havo to bo disinfectvisiting Miss Lettio Moorman. ed also. Moral. Don't monkey with the Will Moorman, of our town, spent a Democratic mm. Tho "kid" was not fow days in Cloverport last wcok. buried, but simply stuck away in tho Miss Cilia Owon, Louisville, is visiting mud. No funeral services of courso as her sister, Mrs. Moorman, for a fow days. thero was no ono left to conduct the Mrs. Chas. Hoyser and daughter, May, ceremonies. of Leitchfield, are visiting Mrs. Lou Owen. Dr. D. White, formerly of Tobinsport, has located at Buffalovillo, Ind. Mrs. R. II. Moreman, of Cloverport, spent tho past two weeks with her mothFor Sale or Exchange for a Farm. er, Mrs. Robertson. Miss Annio Dean has been very sick I will sell or oxchungo my property in Clofor tho past week, but is better at this verport, West End, consisting of store room writing. and dwelling of fourteen rooms and all necesMrs. Hattio Bassett and son, Moreman, sary also a good livery stablo, of Leitclifiold, aro visiting rolatives in containing thirty stalls. Ibo lot Is 100x150 feet, is situated on the corner and Is a good tho community. ' For further information business location. Mrs. Foster Hoyser and daughter, Ray, call on or address Leitchfield, are visiting Mrs. J. B. HunWM. II ALL, ter. West End, Clovorport, Ky. Mr. Ernest Robertson has returned from Sulphur Springs very much imba-nh-- - :HardinsMrg .Normal . Institute:- 1891. Monday, August, 31st, The TUITION FEES Tho Fall term of twenty weeks will begin Spring term of sixteen weeks will begin .MoiicLeuj, xTa.ntia.rtj 18t.li, '92. Monday, May 6tli, '9. : Tuition in Primary Course, Other Courses 3,00 All Tuition Fees must bo paid in advance, unless otherwise arranged. No reduction for absence unless caused 1y sickness. Board can be had in private families at $2.25 to 02.50 per week including fuel and lights. The Principal has had marked success at this point, and by tho aid of tho people we hope to achieve a great deal more. Wo can give pupils every advantage hero that thoy can got at any school. For Author information address Tho Summer term of eight weeks will begin " " " Elementary Courso Intermediate Courso SI .GO per mouth. .... 2.00 2.50- " " " 11 R. P. SHACKLETT, Prin., HARDINSBURG, KY. J. R. JOHNSON, nrcAi.nu in proved apparently. Mr. Jesso Howard, Cumberland Gup, is at homo for a short timo. Rumorsays he will not return alone. A protracted meeting is in progress at Goslion. Conducted by the pastor and Rev. Tibbs. Mrs. C. L. Cornwell, Louisville, is Many peculiar points mako ITood's Sarsaparllla superior to all other medicines. Peculiar In combination, proportion, v and preparation of Ingredients, JV Peculiar romcdlos. Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Years Old. - posscsscsfrTr & llin full Atinitlvn vfllnn nt lm r Ilood's Sarsaparllla best known tho vcgctablo spending tho summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dean., Mrs. Peculiar klnj in Us J. A. Dean nnd children, and economy saparilla Owens-bor- o, have been visiting relatives in tho neighborhood for sometime. Mr. Tom. Beoler, a popular Louisvillo drummer, spent' so veral days nt this point last week. Mrs. Mattio AVilliams nnd daughter, Etliol, nro oxpectod soon to visit friends bosald.VfcC) Ono clnn nf Hood's Bar- fc tho onlyracdl- which can truly "Ono Hundred Doses Dollar." Medicines In s3 vyxoi r uora. choice wnvtas. strength Leading' Brands of Tobacco and Cigars. Legitimate Orders accompanied by tho'Oash will receive prompt attention. in our midst, Mr. and Mrs. Tom. Robertson have returned to their homo in Jcfiorson county, after spending two weeks with relatives and friendsv Quito a gay and interesting party from Cloverport nro spending a fow days at tho hospitablo homo of Col. and Mrs. L. Green. Mr. Vorinio Moorman snys, ho had no idea "How ard" it would bo to resign his claim, but still ho Bings, "Her bright smiles haunts mo still. P. day. S. require larger doses, nnd do not produce as good results as Hood's. Peculiar In Us medicinal merits. nood's Sarsaparllla accomplishes cures o unknown, and has won for ttanif tho tltio or "Tho greatest blood JrV$t mirlfier over Hnnnvnrni V lilti-ert- Xyr ,ot Hood's Pecullarlnlts"goodnamo nomo," thero Is now ,C .. HARDINSBURG-- , 4 : : KY. "hj 9III itnint uuLLtuti I Lowoll, whero than of Sarsaparlllar - purlflors. phenomo- - Xjlt r other allr 2pccullar jT r AVna! -- krmoro sold In Location Information atMrext hcal-hf- ul. No saloon.. -- lJVS'? B abroad( has S-G. other . f&A3.io ntt.ilnnil nrenaratlon .nvnr larlty a In so short timo, is made, blood In Its record of sales Riirfi rxinu- iiujiuiaruj-9ran- wuvicKaiiiiiuiiiiingtjiifcrcrccU.'tl, Compete Ovinnusl-um- ; Next session begins y, c, XOvW, ,&,,. Forcatal kn"ucky. 1. D., p.,i,vll,e, , r!4 n,e. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. confidence among all classes ot pcoplo so steadfastly. Do not bo Induced to buy other picparatlons, but bo suro to get tho Peculiar Mcdlclno, SoldbyUdnig;gUti. lx for rieparedonlr bj- C, I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowoll, ttau, 1 1 - r "" rciaincu us Hood's Sarsaparllla J, NOTICE, FRUIT GROWERS! Tho beat salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhouni, fever Jlnko your orJors ly the 1st of Ootoljer and sores, totter, chnppt-- bauds, chilblains, wo will furnish you any kind of corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It fs guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or VRTJIO? TIWBIES, mouoy refunded.' Price 25 cents per box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover, j BHKUBSi &eO. port, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburtj, Ky- - ZACK. GREEN. Manager Hardinsburg Nursery, v Miller went to Louisvillo Mon- 100 Doiios Ono Dollar ' Emberton & Kiscr have tho contract or Jai. V. Mbortnan8 house. - HAHDINSUUROj KY, HBMMMMBiBBHiiMiftVrirfi MMMMlMJMMMpayPHWpH3mH'" BSWli''1 LbH r IHBBV" i .... jM3'- - , " ; ...-,- . M T limmiij, r r i - mrn w-- in ,, . h nmmtiiwmtmtmw umwmmvmmw .r , mmcm f- - iwOTW"fl?iw aiwraraHnEwnHMMMUMiirai mm tmmmmmmBBB v juWHmU22lQWJH 4ttU r flAff J iraHtSaBlt fit X naBBBKa ""HlHHHHBHniaHn '. I TTW)r,flk " iiiwrtlWJj-JWJjf- e ' "" "" immmi - - mini - iMII Mfct, f,. 111 pss11 I.lll i. . ,., ...,.,.,-- . -- raasKTn . 7 i. ,. ,,..-- rv.r mr-v-i- ' .. IP. " M fi """" 4' ' "" .i Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta gently yot promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the bvs-'- $ tern effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and euros habitual constipation. Syrup o fgs is tho only remedy of its kiuu ever produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its cfTects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most ponuln- - omcdy known. for Bale in 50o Syrup or Fi& Und 81 bottles by all leading druggists. ,Any reliable drugpfct who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wisheB to try Do not accept OrciS ENJOYS - j Miss Vcva Miller after a very pleasant to tho Misses Hamblctons, of Sorghotown, Ky., returned homo Thurs day accompanied by Mr. lid. Hamblcton and ulster, Miss Annlu. t Don't forget tho lecturo Mr night at tho Methodist church. Vernon is ono of tho most entertaining speakers you over heard and you will mifes quito a trial if you fall to hear him. Mr. John Rhodes while returning from church nf. Long Lick last Sunday was over como with beat and foil off his horse in tho road. When found bo was in a serious condition and helpless. Mr. Rhodes is 70 years old and quito feeble, and fears are entertained of bis recovery. Thcro is nothing dry about Rev. Vernon. Ho is truly, what his homo paper says of him, a combination of wit, humor and oloquence. Go out and hear him. Tho admission is only 25 cents aud you never invested a quarter that will bring you in more rich returns. Tho July number of the Home-Mnkis a beautifully illustrated and attractive specimen of this fnvorito magazine. about There is nothing namby-pamb- y this periodical. It is fresh, vigorous, helpful, and ovory mombcr of a family will Jflml something interesting in its bright pages. Wo do not sco how women can afford to bo without it, or how tho publishers can afford to givo so much for visit VITRIFIED BRICK MANUFACTURE at CLOVERPORT. " Y.. Vr,M Henry Winter, Wm. J. Winter. John M. Dorntraouor. i er solittlo. any substitute it CALIFORNIA FIG SAN FHANOIsa LOUISVILLE, Kr. SYRUP CO, ), CAL. HEW YORK, N.Y. Dr. J. Ml. Clayton, " excellent evening paper. Tho Times has Office in Dr. White's old stand up stairs, in Mr. Beard an excellent worker and ono that keeps constantly at it. He addOLOVERPORT. KY. ed a good list of names to that paper's S. S. already largo circulation in this city, and wont hustling down the river after more. & We had a delightful drivo over a secto Brcckcnridge tion of Meado county last Monday, that Offick 1 Next door Clovorp-ort-, Ky. Bank was entirely now to us. It was from Brandenburg to Guston. - We wero in company with that prince of good Albert Thompson, of Guston,. This is tho fruit growing section of tho WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1891 county and tho crop this year looks very promising indeed. Tho corn crop was LOCAL BREVITIES. never belter and wo congratulate tho Too Skillman, Louisville, wns in town farmers all along tho road on their very yesterday. flattering prospects for an abundant Squiro Nottingham, Custer, passed up yield of everything. Thoir dwellings, oh the train Monday. barns and fences are all well kept and Mr. R. A. Shellman and sister Sudio, havo tho appearance of thrift and enof Stephcnsport, wero in the city Mon-dn- terprise. Physician Dr. Surgeon. John L. Fitts, a prominent farmer and noted character, living in Daviess county, was shot and killed at his homo near Hanover last Monday morning by M. B. llnzolwood, a cropper on Fitts' farm. Tho affair grow out of an old family feud and it is feard moro troublo will follow. 0. II. Beard, solicitor for tho Louis-vill- o Times, was in the city yesterday working up tho interest of that most A PoriecW3uccoss In Every Way. Tho probabilities of vitrified brick manufacture at Cloverport may now be calculatived with reasonable certainty. Tho pioneer works of the "Uloverport Company" arc in full blast with bIx kilns or ovens, withn capacity each of 70,000 brick. While two of tliein are boingjllled with green bilck, two aro being 'burned, and two are cooling. The drying process is going on all the time and so, likewise, grinding or pulverizing tho shale and moulding it into brick. Natural gas from a splendid well on tho grounds of tho Company, but a few feet from tho works, supplies, in tho greatest abundance, the needed fuel, with a largo reservo held back in the well. This well is tho propeity of tho Company and Baves, a fuel bill of foity dollars per day. Tho shalo is excuvated on one side of tho buildings, and the fuel is furnished from tho other side. Tho Ixmisvlllo St. Louis & Texas railway with all' necessary sido tracks runs through tho property and tho Ohio River with an excellent harbor for barges and steamers ilqws on one side of it. Material, fuel and tho best known shipping facilities are all combined on the spot, and nothing has to be called to ship by rail or river. Prof. John R. Procter of tho State Geological Survey, recently visited the works and pronounced them tho finest in the United States. It is allnost beyond belief to see the We Give 'Em FITS t BENE FIT FIT To buy your 0 U T J?Ix Ofusat indeed small P R 0 mwt.cFOR FITIt will be your --- the mm prow Amounts to but little in his predictions. The profit wo mnko on our goods now amounts to mighty little also; but wo started tho cutting machino in order to mow down our stock of Woolen and Worsted Suits and Pants, and wo aro gratified o sec tho stocks gradually melting clown. Wo arc satisfied to do away with profit for awhile in order to make room for our rapidly accumulating winter stock, which our army of hands are bringing in daily from their workshops. It will pay largely to come and buy a Suit o us now and hold'it over until next year, as clothing liko ours will never be bought as cheap again. - All Claim to Leadership in the OlotJaing BUSINESS S - Julius Winter & Co., We have no MIS-FITThere all MEN'S-FIT"HOHE p ?w KAMACTUG CLOTHIERS," S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY S TOBINSPORT, IND. Mr. Levi Weatherholt is on the sick RHODELIA. It seems that tho almighty dollar is your greatest desideratum as you have sacrificed name and every thing else in your'wandcring. Since the election wo havo noticed many despondent politicans. None, however, at this place, but several in Breckenridgo county. Now I will venture to say that with all tho scraping of your cents before spending them you havo not a very big pile of dust, and 1 know that our merchants will bear mo out in the assertion that thcro aro no more bright pieces of coin passing through their hands than thero were a year ago. Como over Into old Meado county, young men, and see for yourselves that your neighbor boys have moro stability about them than you, and that not ono of us wns misled by our disguised candidate. What kind of a face will you wear in the fall of 1892 when wo democrats aro rallying for our next president, Graver Cleveland ? It Bcems to mo that, some of our neighbor boys whfcised to bo democrats need "renovating". For they havo eschewed tho principles of democracy for two yeais and done ovory thing in their power to prcscribo the nominees of their used party. Isn't it strango that these young men who wero really created to help form the destinies of tho nation havo kicked out of tho harness and ignored the fundamental principles of all political parties. Would it not bo a good idea for you to favor tho Woman suflrago party to such an extent that men would bo compelled to remain at homo on election days and let the fair sex turn the wheols of government? Certainly it would wero all men like you mere political tools to bo used by every rcnegndo that pokes his bend out of the shell. In 1890 you voted for n Republican; in 1891 you voted for a People's party man. With such a record as this you will, no doubt, Bwnllow without grease tho first to-b- o owl-oyc- -- : Watkins, Physician Surgeon, Breckenridge News. fel-low- Sj y. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred "Wright are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pat- terson. J. Gross and wife and Miss Lela Henley are' at Crab Orchard. Capt. A. Springs. Mrs. A. S. English is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ella Ranks, at Toinpklnsville, Tennessee. Miss Lillio Aylsworth, of Grnhamp-toIs visiting her sister, Mrs. F. M. Osborne Guston. Mies Emma Schull, of Henderson, who was the guest of Miss Evelyn Hicks last week returned homeSunday. Mr. Anderson Mercer and Miss Altha Taylor, of 'Aetnaville, Ky., were the guests of Miss Jennie Patterson Sunday. Chapter 1 : Weak, tired, no appetite. Chapter 2: Take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Chapters: Strong, cheerful, hungry. Rev. Wolf, of Evansville, Ind., preached an "interesting sermon in tho Elm street Methodist church Sunday night. Remember the big picnic at the Old Holm place noxt Saturday, You are sure to havo a good time if you attend. Miss Ilia Richardson, of Louisville, f- and Miss Eva Herndon, of Brandenburg, to visit Miss Lnfio will arrive to-da- n, An Old Landmark Gone. Garrett Crittenden, generally known as tho "Governor," died after a ten days illness on last Monday morning. IJo was brought here in tho year 1838 by the late Mrs. David R. Murray, and has lived hero over since. Ho was a servant of Mrs. Murray's flrat husband, Mr. Henry Crittenden, and was nurse to Governor T. T. Crittenden and the other Crittenden childen. Ho was probably nearly eighty years old, though ho showed his great ago but little. Tho "Governor" was a well known and original character, and, kept a fruit and lemonado stand for years past at Fisher's corner. His familiar form and voice will be missed. The Little Town of Lowisport Has a Sensation. Hawesville Ky., Aug. Courier-Journal. 15. Special y La-Hei- st. Mr. Al Geary, engineer, who was hint in tho collison here last week is getting along well nd will soon bo ablo to take his ploco on his engine. John Honsley, Hardinsburg, was in Brandenburg, Monday hustling for Ids Farmer's Supply House. This houso is building up a largo trado all ovef the V country. J. D. Beeler, John T. DeJornctto and wife, Hardinsburg, W. K. Withers and Master Lafo Green Withers, Kirk, wore among tho passengers on tho east bound train for Louisville Monday. Mr. G. P. Nappor has our thanks for a bountiful supply of flue tomatoes and torn. Mr. Napper is an oxpert gardner, and grows ithe finest vegetables and moro of them than any man in town. Mr 0. T. Sutton, of the cditoral staff of tho Owcnsboro Messonger, spent Saturday and'Sunday with his wife who was the guest ot Mr. J. E. Keith and family. Mr. Sutton was pleased to sec tho very great improvement in this town'sincohis residence hero a few years ago. David Kingsloy, of Holt, says ho does not want any moro soap, but ho would liko to havo tho reaper and binder given away by tho News. It will surely go to somo ono of our subscribers January 1, along with a lot of other prcsonts. TC Thcro wero two important arrivals in this city last week that Wore accidentally left out of last week's Issue They wero two youngstors, and lino ones at that. One tojlho wifo of Mayor It. B, Pierce and ono to tho wifo of A. A. Lalleist. This week a girl was born to tho wife of 0. P. Babbago, a girl to tho wifo of F, A. Beavinand a girl to tho wifo of Sam. BcaUn and thp list is not near complete yot. It will bo continued in our next. Joo Buzby had tho honor of chaperoning to town ycstOrday four of tho biggest men in Hardlnsburgr Tiey wero Burrel Beard, Nick Mercer, W. K. Barnes and Jas. W. Miller. They wero tho most attractive feature of tho procession and Joo manipulated them in flno Btyle. "Deaf and Dumb" brought up tho rear in fine shape. Tho pictures of this troupo will be on salo to The little town of Lowisport, ten miles below bore, in this county, is fairly "bilin" over with excitement, brought about by a youthful couple who eloped to Indiana yesterday and married. Thursday evening, Cromwell McDaniel, a young man about twenty years of age, and a son of Rov. J. 0. McDaniel, a Methodist divino of Lowisport, and Miss Myrtle Adams, aged eighteen, a beautiful and popular girl, daughter of Capt. R. C. Adams, of tho samo place, camo in a buggy to Ayers landing, thrco miles below hero, to cross tho river in ordor that they could proceed to Cannelton, Ind., and bo married. On arriving at that plnco a serious ob3taclo confronted tho young couple, for tho clerk would not issuo tho '"necessary marriage license without somo disinterested party would make oath to tho young ludy's age. Driving to Rockport, Ind., tho nces-sar- y license was, in somo manner, procured very lato in tho night, and they wero married. In tho meantime tho young lady's father and her cousin, D. B. Groathouse, wero scouring tho country around and sending telegrams overywhoro to havo tho wedding stopped, but too late. Tho father-in-laand cousin camo to Hawes-villand thon went to Cannelton, where thoy ascertained that they had fled to Rockport. Thoy then went to tho Kentucky landing, opposito Rockport, and found tho newly married couple yesterday evening returning homo, wrapped in happiness, but this happiness was of short duration. Onco in the presence of tho young man who had Btolen his daughter, Capt. Adams fairly mopped tho earth up Ho hold h'im with his now up, spanked him, and whipped in every way imaginable, to tho great discomfort and serious damage of tho now groom. He then took his daughter away frcm young McDaniel, driving tho latter off, and McDaniel was compelled to seek refuge at a neighbor's, and later lie drovo for Lowisport, where ho has her in closo confinement. Young McDaniol returned to town lato yesterday evening and this morning sued out a vftit of habeas corpus, to recover tho peaceable possession of his wife. A telegram was this morning sent to County Judgo Tabor and County Attornoy Kelly to como to Lowisport this evening to try the case, but, owing, to tho absonco of Judgo Taber, they did not go. What thp result will bo is hard to conjecture, though it is tho goneral opinion that 'tho boy will recover his w e, son-in-la- lavish hand of nature heroj displayed. From deep down in tho bowels of tho earth flows spontaneously (except providing itn passage) a subtile lluid which turns an 100 horse power engine which drives tho machinery, which grinds tho shalo and gives form to tho brick, then supplies the 'steam which dries the brick ready for tho oven, and then the powerful heat which fuses and vitrifies the elements of tho shale into a brick so hard as to sustain the weight and contact of tho heaviest dray-agimperious to moisturo and frost, proof against disintegration and decay, and withal smooth and noiseless as the pavement of tho futuie, and tho solution of thu grelit pioblcm contained in tho question, "of what are wo to make the roadways of our great cities?" The product of theso works, is ranked A No. 1 and high authority pronounces it tho best ever turned out on our continent. The facilities for manufacture and shipment surpass any other known spot. Tho Company has ventured to mnka but one contract so far, a small one, with the city of Louisville, regarding it to undertake to supply largo quantities of their product until their works shall havo boon so far advanced that thoy are sure their undertakings can be carried out. . Applications have been received from Evansville, Lexington and other places, which can now bo favorably considered, as they havo got into position to turn out tho best vitrified brick in large quanitics, and aro consequently ready to sign largo contracts. Tho "Acme" is another.. Company organized, and preparing for vitrified brick production at Cloverport. They havo secured just east of the "Clover-port- " Company's plant, and also on of land the river and railroad, containing tho shale, the deed to which was executed by the lamented James T. Miller, Esq., a fow days before his death' On their property is a flowing gas well and another well drilled w a tlbpth of GOO feet which needs only'to bo 'drilled to tho usual depth to give thorn two gas wells. Thoy havo facilities equal in nil respects to tho "Cloverport,'! and will soon break dirt for their works, and will push them us rapidly as possible. Tho third Company, tho "Ideal," is also organized and having tho plans drawn for their works. "Thoy liayo and paid for a tract of land situated on Murray avenue, rich with shale, and within n stone's throw of tho railroad, depot at Cloverpoit, to which a spur can bo cheaply constructed. Thoir as eithor of the location Is others, and thoy hope soon to begin the construction of their buildings and kilns. One of the best gas wells in the field is near their land, and there is no doubt that the drill will furnish thorn abundance of gas on their own premises. They will put down a well at onco. Theso three factories will soon bo producing brick by tho million. Clovor-popromises to bo tho center of vitrified brick manufacture, from which tho cities of tho West and South can obtain largo supplies. Already thoy aro looking to this point, and applying for brich for their streets. Tho quality is unsurpassed, possibly uncqualed any where, the quanlty promises to bo largo, the cost of production less than any whero olso. Theso facts combined, make it reasonably certain that instead ot thrco factories, there will bo a dozen in the near future, and that somo of them will make terra cotta goods as well rh vitrified brick, for which tho shalo is equally well adopted. o, tin-wis- list, George Graham, of Ekron, spent Sunday here. The Baptists will hold their Association hero September 6th. Thero will bo a basket dinner in Polk's Grovo. in a short time. Mr.'Q. Gilbert has sold bis farm to W. Ryan and will leave for Illinois soon. Miss Katie Vaughn, of Cannelton, who has been visiting hero returned home. John Hicks left Inst week for Rome, Ind., whero ho will reside in tho future. George Polk, our popular trustee, attended the Iiibtituto at Tell City last we'ek. Misses Starbin and Vina Clark, of Owumshoro, visited relatives hero last week. Dr. German and wife, of Louisville, spent Monday here the guests of Mr. W. Simons and family. Mr. Kate Taylor, of Hawcsvillc, who has been spending several weeks hero clothing:- If you wish to have fui-nlsh- cs Fit for Capitalist, Fit for Merchant, Fit for Laborer, Fit for every Man. a FIT TO num O-O iwwtit LJ g - 3 " WW iff V ' i X ih'Lxr--i jLh : i tu.N. " ,j v oofTi has returned homo. Miss Lucy Huekcby, of Louisville, Mho has been the guest of her sister, Miss Sue, has returned home. Mr. Nat Ahl, of Moequa, 111., is here trying to dispose of his farm. Ho has sold one farm to J. C. Ryan. Mrs. Alice Taylor and children, havo returned homo from Illinois. They are much pleased with tho country. Prof. W. 1 L. Sanders and son, of Connorsville, spent two days hero the Lewis is an guests of Conrad Simons. old Perry county boy. Last Thursday evo fifteen couple gathered at tho residence of Mr. Waldo Simons nnd had an enjoyable time. Tho evening was spent in card playing, charades and somo excellent music and singing by tho Misses Vaughn. At eleven an elegant repast was served, consisting of all j kinds of fruits, melons, etc., and all did amplo justice to tho good things. At a lato hour all departed, only hoping soon to have such a delightful gathering again. Mr. and Mrs. Simons and Miss Mattie left nothing undone to make all have a delightful time. May thoy soon entertain us so royally again. Dieii Weatherholt At tho residenco of his sister, Mrs. Florence Simons, near Tobinsport, Ind. Murray Weatherholt, Friday evening, August 7th, 1891, of consumption, aged 29 years and 7 months. After a painful nnd lingering illness, Murray yields up his life in tho morning of his usefulness and strength nnd now quietly sleeps tho sleep that knows no wnking. Murray was a native of this county, and hero within a limited range lie leaves was spent most of his life. many relatives and fricnds.here who will miss him. Before his last illness ho was engaged in the hotel business in Evansville, but failing health caused him to dispose of his interest and leave tho city. But expanse of territory and form of locality have no control over tho development of human excellence, but when the reaper comes wo nil must go. With hardly a struggle ho passed from Time to Eternity, and earth hides him in her bosom, and from thy gravo will send her blossoms up to point with smiling beauty on thy last repose. Farwell devoted friend, cold is thy brow, thy sad oyo dim, silent thy voice frozen for evermoro tho fountain of thy LONG BRANCH. life and love, thick clouds and darkness Mr. Lish Smith, of Guston, spent Sunaro round about us, but thou art in the day at this place. Mr. W. II. Ramsoy left Monday for Light Tempests and Passions beset us, Glarca to bo gone sovoral days. but thou art at rest, peace gcntlo ono, Miss Lillio Ailsworth, of Grahampton, peace- forever moro. visited Miss Mary Bickerstaff last week. Mr. Dick Legrand and family, of GusTo the Public. ton, spent Sunday with Mr. W. E. I desisre to call your attention to tho Chambers. Mrs. General Baker, of Lovisvillo, fact that I havo purchased tho storo respent soveral davs of last week with cently owned by P. S. Bell, and will Mrs. D. W. Fairlolgh. hereafter keep a full lino of groceries, Mr. George DuRolle.of Lqulsville.caino spent tho day with butter, eggs and all Kinds of country prodown Sunday and duce. Your patronage is solicited. D. W. Fairleigh. Mrs. Kate Hendrick and daughter, Joux B. Fella. o vfaa J GET THE BEST. t38ttf i ;. - v sis sT3' - Tho Best is good enough for this discriminating child. The Best is good enough for the man who respects himself and loves his family. Such a man always wants the Bent Groceries, and buys them of V :r,. knowing that ho always keeps tho Best that the market affords and retails them at proper prices. e. :ioo:R:M:.A.:rNr, S' p Natural Gas Was all the talk last weok, but for tho next ten days our lino of ! ! t d political ass that comes along in 1S92. Tho pillory would make no impression on such ill fated citizens as you, ' Your forefathers wero never guilty of such a dereliction of duty as this, nnd if they had been you "would be perpetuating a practice that in this enlightened age ought to bo in Innocuous desuetude completely knocked into a cocked hat. A You.no Dcmochat. PAISfX Will attract wide spread attention. Our i as-'go- To Gas Consumers. prices charged by the Mineral Center Gas and Manufacturing Company for natural gas, after tho expiration of present contracts, shall"bo as follows, viz: Tho I'UIVATK I'AMILIKS. ' Each Cooking Stove per month " Heating " " - $1.50 1.50 rt 1.75 Grato per month - - 20 Light per month - - - Boarding houses, hotels and business houses special contracts will bo made. Cooking stovo will bo estimated for twelve months in all cases. All other fires for eight months or till April 15th, but all contracts must bo made for twolvo months. By order of Boaril of Directors. " " 17,00 FAXTTS . LEADS THEM ALL FOR BEAUTY AND QUALITY. 0. T. Skillman, .Secretary. Aug. 18th, 1891. - .T' D. Gnwionv, President. We have just received ten dozen Pants which we are placing before the public at 3L McElrce's Wine of Cardul and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT for sale by the following aro merchants in Bock Bottom Prices. We are determined to please all, a sight jf. fx:' .r : A . S - Breokenrldgo County : Jesst W. Owon, Cloveroort, Q. W. Short, Cloverport. Lay, Stephonsport. Iirnshear Witt & Metdor, Haralnsburg, J. J. Severs, Uolon Star, i t ' f , will convince you. I Come and see. SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. Aro tho result of years of solontlfla axpor- Imontlng, and aro now plaqod, owlnir to thoir superiority, proomlnontlyabovoovory thine horotof oro produced in this line. WJ 1A'U .a fcU M.J '' W W UUKIIUll tho finost nnd most ponoctly constructed bonsos known, auu aro poouuany auuptocto corroctlnn tho various visual Imporfootlons. A trial of tho KOHiNOOfl will nonvlnoa you thoy nro PERFECT SIGHT RENEWERS. Every Aftoa "TtMIn wttnrmwl limnn finfnrilnv frniil a visit to Mrs. Horace English, Stephens-por- t. Ministers and Members Meeting. Tho Ministers and Mcrabors meeting of Boston Association will convono with Hartlinsbiirg Baptist church on Wednesday before tho 3d Sunday In September J891 at 10 o'clock In tho morning, it being tho 10 day of tho month and thp day tho sitting of the Association. Wo havo quito a number of Interesting subjects for criticism. A list of which will bo found on page 15 of minu-utc- s of last Association. All aro invited. iiopo to havo a good attendance. Wo II. 11. White, Modorntor bo-fo- ro enrouto for Bowling Green stopped off to visit their friend, Miss Nina Dooley. Mrs. J. K. Ditto accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Ned Bees, of Reese, Ohio, spent last Friday with Mrs, A, Ditto Jr. Mr. Will English, of Stephonsport, accompanied by Miss Poggio Ditto returned homo Sunday after a very pleas- Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Lewis, of Stephens-por- t, THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Summer Excursion Rates to Clover- Plf Warranted. at Brook's. wifo. ant visit among relatives. Mrs. Cooper Dooley, and Thomas Roborts accompanied by their respective boon visiting it o families, and few days at tho residence of W-- L. Dooloy, returned homo Sunday. who-hav- A. R. For Sale by FISHER, Druggist & Optician Aug. 13 1891, PmerlptloniEeceive Oarefal Attention. 0L0V15UP0RT, KY, continuing until closo of August tho L. at tho very low price of Fifteen Dollars per St. L. & T. railroad will sell tickets to month. Hore Intrusted to our oare wlllre-celv- e the very best ot attention 'and will be Cloverport at ono faro for tho round trip, Tar Springs, for tho afternoon bandied by an experienced trainer. account trains on Saturdays and morning, trains FJajiK Nicvitt, Josxrn Dukd, on Sundays only, good to return pn Sun' Basin Spring, Slook Farw, A. Wikkl, day ovcnlng train, G. 1 port For Tar Springs. Commencing Saturday, Juno 20th, nnd Horsos Trained. Wo are prepared to break and train horses , A. Irvlngton, P.reckenrldge county, Ky. t V i X "t and - I SCHOOL BOOKS SCHOOL SUPPLIES. ' At? Wholesale ,'. nml .'. ttetjil. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Cfoverport, Ky. j- - At' - i ;;t'jif . . " i ? f . . 1 ''t' 19, 1891. '1 ' : " Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST AMOS. t Makes a Bai'd on the Lakes of Texas ,;, , and the Fishes Therein. f 1 . r Mi,v,jiiI,,OBP, fan . " TUIiik niid the fllrlN jiii lifPu" i i' i Deah John. I promised after It. M. Board and myself mado a mill to the lakes, and the tangled forests of Trinity Hive, that I would write you again. "Well, that day has nrrivcd, and my present task is a difficult one. Could you have seen the hass, drum, caq and trout that wo hauled into McKinncy you would have hecn persuaded that the whole finey triho had hecn destroyed. Wo tito fish at the hotel till every hoarder cried enough, and as to the venison I spoke of I will only refer you to the hides on the inside walls of It. M's. corn crih. There is a law protecting the deer at this season and too much hlow might cost something. The most cheerful thing I hchcld on my drive, was tho waving fields of grain. They aro indiscrihle. Texas is accustomed to fine crops, hut never such as now, since her vast plains were wrested from tho Red man has such a prospect hecn seen. I have often heheld the growing crops of that hoasted garden ' spot of tho world, tho Bluegrass regions of Kentucky and tho fertile plains of tho Wabash, hut nowhero have I seen anything to equal Texas of to day, and it is n universal thing throughout tho state. She can feed tho world another year, but I havo told you of this country, her climate, her birds, and exotic flowers, in tho past, to add moro on that subject would be supcrflous. McKinney is becoming lonesome, so many of hei citizens arc leaving for tho fashioanblo summer resorts, that one caunot help feeling sad to know that wo ai nibbed of their cheerful presence foi tho rest of the warm sea. son. They have been going daily for a month past, and on Wednesday last we had to say good by to I. D. Newsom, his wife, and niece, that neico is a highly accomplished and cheerful little beauty, who fdls the life of those around her with purfumo and joy, it hardly seems possible that the sickle of time can rob thoso ruby lips and Bparkling oyes. It will bo pleasing to scores of the readers of your popular paper to rknow that sho is their direct relative, Hallic, and tho daughter of li. M. Hoard. She, with her uncle and aunt will visit the White Sulphur and Alum Springs, Old Point Comfort, and all places of interest on tho Atlantic Coast, Canada, Niagara Falls, and take n peep at tho preparations for tho World's Fair, and then gladden the hearts of her numerous friends here by her return in October. Lesson for the Peoplo's Party. Thcro is on article in tho August number of tho Century Magazine which Bhould bo studied by thoso who nro nttractcd by tho wild financial vagaricB of tho People's party. They will, sco just what cheap money and plenty of it can do for a country. Tho article gives a history of tho recent experience of tho Argcntino Confederation. A good deal has been said in dispatches froni Buenos Ayrcs about ccdulas. About 1880 a bank wae established in that city whoso main business was tho loaning of monoy on landed property Bomewhat on tho plan proposed by Senator Stanford. Owners of land could go to tho bank and apply for a loan, ofiering their land as security. The land was then valued by tho bank's appraisers, and the bank would loan the ownor half its value. Tho owner executed a mortgago to tho bank, and it issued bonds secured by tho mortgago. These bonds wero tho ccdulas. They bore interest payable quarterly, and were bought and sold in tho stock market like other bonds. Tho plan did not work badly while the issuo of cedillas was kept within narrow limits, but it was profitable, stimulated speculation in land and booming, as well as legitimate enterprise,- and in 1884 tho system was extended to the national bank which was the fiscal agent of the Government. In that year tho paper money of tho couutry was on a par with gold, and redeemable in gold. Tho issue of ccdulas became excessive, and by 1889 $315,000,000 of them wero afloat. The Century condenses tho financial history of tho Argcntino Confederacy during tho reign of the ccdulas as follows ; "In January, 1885, a run began upon the Provincial Bank of Buenos Ayres, nnd compelled it to suspend specie payWhereupon tho President of ments. tho Republic declared tho national currency a legal tender. Gold rose at once to 17 per cent, premium, and then to 20 per cent. In February it had reached 33 per cent., and it continued to riso steadily till at ono time it was at 300 per cent. That is to say, $400 in paper was worth only $100 in gold. From the moment Hint the gold standard was abandoned tho demand for moro paper monoy began to be heard, and it was poured out by tho Government in almost unlimited volume. Under the pretence of ci eating a sounder financial system and securing a moro staple currency, a law was passed in November, 1887, establishing n system of State banks, forty in number, similar to our national banks. These started with a capital of $350)000 and began to issuo paper money, not being required, as our banks aro, to bo nblo at all timesjto redeem their notes with gold. As the lntcst attainable total of the regular paper issue of the banks places it at $345,000,000 tho grand total of paper money in circulation in March of the present year, worth about 25 cents on a dollar, was $380,000,000, all irredeemable, and decreasing in valuo every day. This was a per capita circulation of $100 or every man, woman and child in the Jcpublic." When the speculative fever and excitement was nt its highest, ccdulas were issued with little regard to and greatly in excess of the valuo of lands. They turned out to bo nearly worthless, and, as they had been largely indorsed by tho Barings, that great houso went Tho Argcntino Confederation down. has paper money in circulation to the amount of $100 per capita, but trade is prostrate, industry is paralyzed, everybody is loaded with debt, the Government is bankrupt, and there is great suffering and distress among the peo- A 1 was talking witli'n subscription pub lisher, nnd in tho courso of our conversation he reached in his library and pulled out a book tho titlo of which I never hoard. It was called "God, Homo and Heaven," n book as pretentious in sizo as in title. "What is thcro peculiar about tho book? Well, I will tell you. Of that work thcro havo been sold ovor ono million copies," said tho publisher, "and yet I'll wager that thcro nro salesmen in tho biggeatNow York stores who nover heard of tho book, nnd wiU tell you there is no such work printed." This struck ine as rather odd and I determined to mako tho test I went into six of tho largest book stores in Now York that day and asked for a copy of "God, Homo and HenvOrt." It proved exactly as my friend predicted. I only ono mnn who over heard of tho book, and ho said ho had no idea where 1 could get a copy. "Doubtless out of print for years, ho added. And yet within two blocks of thnt man's store there was at that timo printing nn cdt tion of 50,000 copies of tho book on tho presses! Edwin W. Bok s Letter. A 8uc;eful OnUnmm Hook. Daviess County -. .- -. .- Fair i :eim::fi:r,:e AT OWENSBORO, KY., COMMENCES OCTOBER OFFICERS Dr. C, H, TODD, President. C. : 6th, Treasurer. - And Continues Five Days. : : PHIL. T, WA7EIHS, : TOMIHS, Vice J, W. CARTER, Secretarjr man of understanding will accept tho proposition to get a bottlo of "O. C. C. Certain Chill cure" on a guamntco rrcmiumfl this nro year practically tho Bamo ns Inst yenr, which assured n to cure Chills nnd Fever. Pleasant" to maintenance of tho high standard of Excellent Exhibitions in tho anit.hi- thcatrc of Horses, Cattle, .Sheep and Hogs. take. Sold by J. W. Owen. PREMIUMS. IT IS THE BEST! Because IJ. The lljgli'iilo item. Teacher So you can't remember tho names of tho great lakes. Can't you : keep them in your head? Johnny No, mum, if I was to keep Tmis the desire of tho Fair Company to approach as near as poasiblo tho idea of an them lakes in my head I might get exposition in tho Floral, Hall Department. In addition to tho premiums offer, water on tho brain. Texas Siftings. cd on all products of tho Farm, Gaid in and Handiwork of tho Houiewifo, Artist and Seamstress, liberal inducements nro given to exhibitors of Musical Instruments, GiiLi of 12 to 15 years comb their hair it; to Sewing Machines, Elegant and Costly Merchant's Display, Etc. back from tho forehead, and braid hang j length or tied in a low loop. Their gowns ara mado with waists of n it mal length, neither too long nor too It It It FLORAL HALL. is a posilivo Forco Feed; is the only ono made that is n Forco Feed. avoids all guess work. is guaranteed to sow all kinds phosphnto. Try Our s - -- - Celebrated Cleveland HENSLEY Dryer Fertilisers; short. Wo cannot nflbrd to deceive you. Confidence is begotten by honcstv. Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers aro pills that will cure constipation nnd sick headache. Sold by G.V. Short. Cure Till. SPEED RINGS. propqr restrictions Speed Rings nro acknowledge as a legitimate JJJlil.ceBgory t0 Fflin tj10 prizes offered being a matter of importance to tho fanning class, as it stimulates tho breeding of better stock. Tbe racing as here- toforc, will bo honest nnd under the supervision of competent judges, who will en- forco discipline, and exact clear nnd fair contests and award thtf prizes cmly to thoso who honestly win. ac-U- . ' & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply Ilouse, li HARDINSBURG, KY. A wise parent thinks twice beforo answering a bright boy's question. "Papa," said Johnny, who had recently joined a debating society, "is it correct to say, 'The noes has it,' or 'The noes lmve itV " on whether you are talking ubout.ii vote or about a cold in tho head." Youth's Companion. Smlilcr TIiiiii the Ilouico Juliet Case. Miss Bond Alas, Comte, papa says I shall nover marry you. Comto do Sniithon And did mademoiselle bhow monsieur zo proofs zat I am ze Comto do Saussou? Miss BQiid Yes, and he said if you could havo proved you wero an impostor given his cousent. Mun-soy- 's ho might-hav- o Weekly. HEEE WE AEE AGAIN Furniture in endless varic-t- y. ! MECHANICAL. addition to the usual the Tv ry, Carriages, Wagons display of Machinery, Stovesnnd Utensil of"powerhiisband--"- l .will be and Vehicles of all kinds, ample steam furnished to makoa proper display of overy kind of Machinery. "It depends, my son, I am now back at my old stand and respectfully solicit Adults 25c ; Children 0 years and under 15 years of ago, 15c ; Children under 0 yenrs, FREE ; All vehicles and animals, FREE j Admission to Grand Stand 10c ; the patronage of First day, ladies and children under 15 years, FREE. For further particulars see the public. ADMISSION. large posters and premium lists. Investigate their merits. DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers don't gripe, cause nausea or pain, which accounts for their popularity. G. W. Short says they would not run a drug store without these littlo pills. strictly Tiiitiifui. It was in a crowded Columbus avenlto car that tho following laconic conversation occurred, which caused a brisk laugh, although tho gentleman in the case hud no intention whatever of being "f iinny." Ho gjt up and offered his seat to a lady who wits standing. "Don't rise!" said .he. "But I have!" said he. Boston Times. J. W. CARTEll, OUR GREAT He Secretary. Reduction Sale BRANDENBURG, ! Has Evidence of Curing Hundreds and Hundreds of the Worst Chronic Diseases. FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. lL. Hk.H3ivi:.T- - BEQ. YKAKEEi & CO., KY., A reduction in the prices of goods that will Insure n large reduction In the else of our stock. Wo bavo more Spring ooils than we should have, nt this season, and must move them at any loss. The most dcsirablo goods in tho house have been selected for tbe sacrifice, nnd at thejo prices will surely attract large crowds of purchasers. Here is n partial list of our wonderful attractions, nnd wo havo thousands o f others just llko them. WHITES isiiiBsslBVi"'si"I!?&:'"r CREAM VEHMIFUGI 20 YEARS STJMSfltf. SOLD Don't storm the system as you would a If held by the enemy, constipation, gently persuade it to surrender with Do Witt's Little Early Risers. These little pills aro wonderful convincers. Sold by G. W. Short. fort. t HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR EVERY B6TTIE SHArttKTEED PREPARED BY RICHAROSOH-TAYLOR EVERYWHERE CLOTHING. $10 for our merchant tailor suits, reduced from 22 dollars. $12 for our lint) suits, mon'e and youth's, reduced from $18. $9 98 for all suits in corkscrew, woisteds, Ac, reduced from $15. $7 49 for all suits all wool goods in chevoits, reduced from $12. $4 98 for all wool suits for men and youths, nico goods, from $8. 49 cents for blue cottonude pants hull-dmako. og MEDTCO; ple. Abundance of money does not help a country unices tho money is kept ns good as tho best money anywhere. Louisville Commercial. . ;,' ; us 1131" shoes Can't Sleep Nights Is the complaint of thousands suffering from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Did you over try Dr. Acker's English Remedy ? It is the best preparation known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by G. V. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Mur.v Amlurnoii'n $1 21 for our best DR. D. KEA, Celebrated Specialist, And in chnrgo of the Electrical and Surgical Department of tho Medical 'Institute, Louisville, Ky., will bo nt the CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., calf brnpnn, 'none such,' reduced from $1.(10, .98 for a good full , t Hrcckenridge people are so numerous in and around McKinncy that I hardly realizo that I am in a now country, among them is Capt. Ed. Stiff reared in Robert's Bottom, ho is a cheerful migit weighing only 340 lbs. tho father of a largo family of boys and girls. Tho sons are handsomo and popular business young men of this city self sustaining, through their father is rich, His four singlo daughters I hardly have courago to mention. I was for a time a frequent visitor at his palacial residence two squares lrom tho Footo house, but I am compelled to desist, their native intelligence, scholarly attainments, beauty and cheerful natures was proving too much for a susceptible youth like myself. I spend my timo now in the office thinking of tho happincas in store for mo when I attain ray majority. Wo aro just out of an Allianco camp meeting held two and ono half miles Had tho honor of from McKinney. entertaining such celebritica as McCune, Streetcr, Pefler, and our brilliant young Congressman elect from this district J. W. Bailey. McCune is a profound scholar, but no orator j ho was literally torn to pieces in a joint discussion scheme by Bailey. Streetcr is n solid looking old farmer with a big head and lots of brain, and is not stuck on the Poller is a long lank individual with a flowing beard eighteen Inches in length, wears a number six and a half hat, consequently but littlo g lasted flvo The brain. days and tho crowd present was estimated affront fifteen thousand to twenty thousand, it is sufficient to say that it was a huge thing. To avoid further Bt'rain upon your ppace, I am yours. sub-treasurcamp-meetin- I'liotograittis. The reason that actresses aro so successfully photographed is that they the laws of photography and conform to them. They usually assume the direction of tho performance for themselves, and tho photographer is willing to let them. Mary Anderson always niiperui tends every detail of tho operation tu.it puts her features upon paper. Her London photographer says no picture of her face, except ill direct profile, was ever made without having tho negative changed m) tin to make tho outline of the cheek ti littlo flatter than it naturally is. Miss Anderson thinks the contour of her full faco is not oval enough, mid ho she is careful that any photograph of her shall remedy the imperfection. New York Evening Sun. Tliu I'li-H- t la ,.IV tt'Pfrfwl tintiire civi.t r.clnpArll .a tltn ..tn. ...... aba...... ...... .......... . .1 y Miss Prcttypcach characterizes our Smla Wiitcr. It is delicious and refreshing. It tones up the stomach, Invigorates the brairv and restores lagging energies. It is the only proper beverage for this weather. We use only Pure Fruit Syrups. In connection with our bakery wo keep a full line ol fancy groceries and confections. stock hrogon, reduced from $1 25, $1 49 for men's sewed shoos, in all styles and sties, formely $2. A full lino of Buoll .t Sons celebrated Shoos for men and boys, all styles and sizes at groatly reduced prices. $1 24 for ladies' bright Dongola kid Shoes with or without patent tip, in button or in front laco. These aro fine goods, reduced from two dollars. A large stock of ladlos' low shoes, all styles, to close thorn out, at and below cost. Dry-Good- s caii ii 8S&&? n or ''1 LL r BRE ri-i- rf i"1 um AV 7M 1 fC0trni9HTr Kmr 11 ini i WT1 1 . v w, r ljlt sP' w w ww nwwm -a m - fe " QUICKLY MARRIED- Monday, Aug. 17, '91, And Ilotiirn Evory Pour AVccka Duriiiir tliu Vcur. Dr, Ilea has been connected with the largest hospitals In the country, and has no superior In diagnosing and treating discuses nnd deformities, lie will give $50 for any case that he cannot tell the disease and where located In five minutes. and Notions SAPOLIO is ono of tho best known city luxuries and each time a cake is used an hour is saved. On floors, tables and paintod work it acts like a charm. For scouring pots, pans and metals it has no equal. If your does not koop it you should insist upon his doing: so ns it always gives satisfaction and its immense sale all over thoTJnitod States makes it an almost necessary articlo to any woll suppliod store, Everything- shinos after its uso, and oven tho children delight in using it in ' their attempts to help around tho houso. Btoro-keep- F. H. BALLMAN. Ak tnr neentH for W. Ii. Jlouelns Rlinoa. Ir not for mile lu your plncu nnU your tlenlor to eml for cntnlotrue, secure tbe "bhwi u.iu .'...V... lur yuu OTTAKK NO HUUSTITUTE.jM M llnnk. The Dank of England wus established in 1(J'J4. and is older than any of the of the class in any other of tho gieut nations. It was not the first of the important financial houses, however. The Uuulrof Venice was created in 1101, that of Genua in 1107, that of Hamburg in 101'J and that of Rotterdam in 1G35. In lt50:i tlii' LSanl: of Franco was established. St. Louts Globe-Democra- W. L. DOUGLAS THE WHY IS THE t. Iluriii'a' Vlilvulry. George I'm surprised that Barnes struck Homer on thu uoso after ho was down. Ilemy Oh, D.mte.t t chivalrous. Ho always prtfeu to do n.'hing to a man's fact i at In r th.ui to his back. Kate 'Ii'hl'J V'"vtiiiifoti Is Life Worth Living? Not if yongo through the world a dyspeptic. Dr. Ackcr'B Dyspopsia Tablets are a positive cure foi tho worst forms of Dyspopsia, Indigeston, Flatulency, and It Is a seamless shoe, no tucks or to hurt the feeti made with best line wax thread of the calf, stylish and easy, ana btcauie tea make more thoti of this ora&stlumany other manufacturer, it equals band, sowed shoes coating from $1.U) to t5.W. l, tho finest calf CK OO tleiiulno shoo ever oflercd for J.lO equals Imported shoes which cost from t3M to CU.UU.French 00 llnnd-Hcivc- d Wolt Hhoe, fine stylish, comfortable and durable. Tbe calf, best ? shoe ever offered at this price i same grade as custoshoes costing from aS.OU to $'J0JO. JO 3tt I'ollce Hhoei Farmers. Hallroad Men fwa ami toiler carriers an wear tnem tinecntf. seamless, smooth Inside, hoary tbrco soles, exten sion euire. one pair will wear a year. flno cnlri no shoo ever offered at CQ 3 this prlcoi one betterwill convince thoio trial who want a shoo for comfort ond service. mid Workliigiunn's shoes are very 82.00 and durable. Thoso who strong have given them a trial will wear uo other make. -- .09 nd 81.73 school EtnVC' worn byr.the boysererywheroishoes aro theysell on their merits, in tho increasing sales show. $3 SHOE BEST SHOE Ilauil-aeivm- IN THE WORID FOR THE MONEt? centeWn PJa JA m-made fO 0. 'J.yj cents for eslra heavy old Kentucky chocks nnd stripes, roduced from 8 Five and a half contj for nico wool finish challies, roduced from seven and a half ots, 24 cents for all wool double width dress goods, checks, stripes, reduced from 49c. 14 cents for fine, black Lawns, in stripes, checks and grenadine patterns, reduced from 25 and 20 cents. 10 cts for same class, reduced from 15 cents. Our entire stock of fine dress goods comprising Henriettas, all Bhados. blaok Tamlse cloths, biuck Henriettas, Cashmeres, fine French Satins, white nnd figured all woel Albatros, and in fact all our dress goods of all kinds go in this groat Reduction Sale. See thoso goods beforo you buy. It will pay you. 1 cents for fine quality sheer plain India Mull, reduced from 12 cents. 9 cents, fine quality India Linen, from 15o. 9 cents, flno quality India Linon, from 15cc Sets, check nnd striped Muslins, from 15. 7o. for same, reduced from twelve cents. 5ctsfora nice long towel reduced from lOo 10a for misses' and children's blaok Lisle thread Hose, reduced from twenty five cts, 5o ladies' or gents' Ilandkercbelfs, from lOe. 32Jo fine French Oinghams, roduced from 25. lOo. all new style dress Oinghams, from ISo 8e nice dress Oinghams, reduced Irum 12Jc Wo show you a beautiful line of carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, Linen Throws, fine Smyrna Hugs, at pricos which can not be duplicated any where. Ten cents for a good white wash Drusb. Ton cents for a Galvanised Wash bowl. Five cents for a large sixe Tin Wash Pan. Ten cents for large hammered brass Walter, Ten cenU fur Tin Milk Can. Ten cents for galvanitod Lemon Squeeior. Five cents for a large fire Shovel. Five cents for paper of taoks. Ono lot of assorted patterns wall papur, at 3 and 4 cents. Don't forget tho Oro.-Heduotion Sales, and place, 5 Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acuto and CIIltONIC Diseases of tlio Eye, Ear, Noso, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Kidneys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic Fcntalo nnd Sexual Diseases. EPILEPSY OR II. THE A. W. Jonps, J.ATK ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, .WIUAJI1D Court-House, THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite FITS WD! ' Men LOUISVILLE, KY. A Positive Guarantee. J.J. W. It. I0QAN, Manager. Sullivan, J. L. Matshall, Clerks. C. II. Pujir-mtKY- , Young and Middle-Age- d Wm. Cablku. llreckenridgo Co Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency as the result of self abuse In youth or excess In 'mature r years and other causes, producing some of the following effects: as emissions, blotches, debility, nervousness, dizziness, confusion of ideas, aversion to society, defective memory ami sexual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for business or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious, CASLER PUMPHREY, BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. Telephone 449, Ring 4. LOUISVILLE, KY. THEL0DISV1LLE&ST.L0UISAIH (L. LIME. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS Blood & Skin Diseases Syphilis and complications, ns sore throat, falling of hair, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc., lire perfectly eradicated without using mercury o other injurious drugs. Gonorrohca, Gleet, Stricture nnd all Urinary ami Kidney troubles arc speedily cured by treatment tint has never failed. He undertakes nn Incurable cases, but cures thousands given up tn die, Ileinember the date nnd come early, ns his rooms are crowded wherever he stops. Consultation free, Correspondence solicited and confidential. ADDUKSS, E.iST. L. It. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINK TO St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS W.est and Time-Car- South-Wes- t. 16, 1888, u snoe, test sirf lAe qj.uu very stylish) uaU trench QUlC Oongola, unjported shoes oostlnir from alii) to sbjil tndle' tf.30. 8J.B0 nud 81.73 shoe for Misses aro the best fine Oongola. Htyllsb auddurable. iinuu-nnwc- Geo. Yeakel & Co., BUANDENUURI, KY. cora-imni- Mkimcai. & Suroicai. Institute, No. 300 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. d in Effect 1 Lr. Louiivlllo ArrSt. Louis Caution. Bee that W. I Douglas' name pnw aru siauipcti ua toe uoitom or eacn snoe. and W. L. DOUGLAS, Urocktou, Mass. Amos. Constipation. Guaranteed and Hold by FOI1 SAIiK BY G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., nnd Witt BOWMER &, HAMBLETON A Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. CLOVERPORT' KY. DoWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses the blood, increases tho nppetito and tone's If you nro nbout to start on a journey up tho nystcm. It has bonofltted many you can't take any better traveling with you than a bottlo of 'C. C. people who havo suffered from blood 0. Cortaip Cough euro." Sold by J. V. disorders. It will holp you. Sold by. Q. ' . Owen. yV. Short. -- 8:15 a,m..,0:flO p.m...4;10 . to 7i45 "...7:25 ,....9:5(1 p.m Eransvllla 2:25 " For further Information, call on or address., '" JO W iiC JOS. S.0DI0RNE, Perfect action and porfect health result j the uso of DoAVitt'a Littlo KnrlyJ IUboi-b- , a perfect little pill. Sold by G. B. L. BRYANT, Tr&r. Patsg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. W. Short. Oen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. from