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Ke V WBHE constantly dfggl'g althem through the advertising, columna of thli VOL. XVI. . . A WATER LILY. PICKING UP A VEST. Wo havo We Biiy and Grind only the IKTjUDES Of Gentleman's Sad Experience Youth. A Woman's Idea of Handling The Garment. Written for tho BitKcicK.viiiwiK New. just received a beautiful line of Wc aro now closing out our lino of BUT. We Manufacture and Sell only the F If you have good wheat to exchange or if you want to buy the best flour on the mark-csend to us. We have facilities unequal ed in this section for supplying your wants. Our elevator is completed and in opera-''tio- n every day. No damaged, damp, or smutty wheat receive ed, but wo pay the top price for the best quality. t Down where the water lilies grow Did you ever sco n woman handle a My fair comp.ilon Until unit I, Where plii) Ing near a gentle stream, man's vest? Anil watched the bubbles passing by. Aifd havo you noticed with what subWc clapped our hands and laughed with glee lime sweet consciousness of knowlcdgo As they would burst and come, and go i she invariably picks it up by tho bottom The white foim kissed the mossytirlnW, I.lkc little Hakes of snow. and spills all ils contents on tho lloor? How sweet and conl beneath that shade, "Mary," said Major DcIIaven, as ho Where the weeping willows wiep, passed slowly into his homo the other And as the brccrc would Ian my brow evening, "it's infernally hot, and if you I calmly fell a sleep. don't mind I'll just tako off my coat and Not long t slept, for soon there came, A voice, a walling' scream ; vest and sco if I can't get cool." I woke and scarcely could believe, Tho Major removed thoso precious And vain would have It all a dream, garments and laid them across tho foot I called aloud, "Where are you Iltith F" of tho bed. "Ah you hate hidden somewhere I" Have you noticed that a married man When lot 1 caught In the cold, clear stream Agliinpsc of her golden hair. always throws his clothing across the With haste I sprang In the water, foot of tho bed, making It a sort of hat And carried her gently to shore ; and coat nick? And you have also proHut the light had gone from her eyes, bably noticed that Within two minutes I Would play with her there no more. thereafter his wife is engaged in removShe smiled us if she saw llrlght visions In spirit land, ing his garments fo n more proper place. ' And clung to the water lily, 4 3 Thou the trouble begins. She held in hercold white hand. Tho Major's vest was just a common Too far she had stepped from tlie rock',''" K' piece of white goods, built for summer Where the lily hid Its face, , And as she plucked it from the stem, use, but it fairly bristled with lead penShu fell In the waves cinbrncc. cils, paper knives, note" books, silver To me the world was darkness then, money and a watch and chain. Every A dreary shaJow'o'er my jouth, pocket was stuffed with tho Mayor's imSince Lord had taken from my side plements of toil, and everything so adMy little plajmate, Ittith. They dressed her In a robe as white justed that he could produce any article As the pure and downy snow ; desired in the twinkling of nn eye. And laid her ncatli the trees to sleep, "Major," said Mrs. Dehnvcn, "the Down where the lilies grow, bed is no placo for your coat and vest.' t still look back upon the time, I'll put them on a chair." And long with yearnings wild ; To see once more that happy face, Sho picked up tho vest careleasly in I loved when but a child. her left hand. Everything in it rattled Me thinks I see her pretty smile and careened, but stayed. Tho Major I.lkc sunbeams tjl aglow ; f shouted : As t stand above her tittle grac "Where the water lilies grow. "Confound it, Mary, don't pick that Mrs. n A. 11. vest up by tho bottom. You'll spill 1 HATS, SHOES, v , , IIIMlIElt GOODS w, , below cost. All things go cheap for cash, and especially our arid - - SUMMER LAWNS AND 7 f CLOTHING. hand a nico lino of GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC.- Wo l must close them out by fall to give room for our lAt prices that can't he beat. Wo keep constantly on NEW e STOCK OF GOODS. We expect to handlo a lino of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed. Wo have on hand also, a splendid lino of GROCERIES. At lowes prices, and are also Agents for the Drugs and Patent Medicines. Como in and givo us a trial, nnd get a bargain in somothing you need boforo this opportunity is gone ij Respectfully, WITT IWEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. Celebrated McSherry Wheat Drill And the North Western Fcrtlizcrs Co's.,. S--4 "HORSE SHOE" Brand of Fertlizer. Give us a call and you will never regret it. Respectfully, , Prices, terms of exchange, etc., promptly quoted on application. Respectfully, overything out. Carry it by the top if Specimen Cases. II. Clifford, Now Cosset, Vftftf was you must monkey with it." "Major," said tho good woman, "I troubled with Neuralgia nndRhoumntism guess I know my business. And I guess his Stomach was disordered, his Liver 8. was affected to nn alarming degree, full nway, and ho was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. JM ward Shepherd, Ilnrrisburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used threo bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salva, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawaba, 0., had five largo Fever sores on his leg, doctors said lio was incurnblo. One bottle Elecap-peti- to CD a. H k. BOYD BROS,, MILLERS, Irvingon, Ky. tric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salva cured him entirely. Sold by G. W. Short. GARFIELD. Mrs. Dacy, of Michigan, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Aaron Norton. Tho meeting at Freedom closed on Sunday with several professions. Mrs. Jainio Frymiro and son, Ewett, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. F. Board. Mr. W. J. Gregory will open tho fall school hero the first Monday in September. -- bJ IT'S NOT SO! Payno are not in ousinoss togother as a" great many people think. I am for myself and will say and como to me and I wilL.shov you that I will sell you & L, Miller Fiuit Cans, both Glass &Tin t STEP STOVE, with 10 pieces of ware for $7.00. Hay Rakes,' Sorgo Mills, Home-mad- ' ' Evaporators. e Tin Buckets at 15 cents. GUNS, . CARTRIDGES, NAILS, SEWING MACHINES, BUILDING HARDWARE, ROAD CARTS. BUGGIES, teach tho winter school at Lodlburg, beginning tho first Monday in September. - Katio Board returned from Ilnrdins-buron Saturday, whero she has been attending the Institute .Mrs, Tolly McCoy's funeral will be preached at Pleasant Grove on the third Sunday by Rev. Harried. Master Ewett Frymiro anticipates a visit to his undo at Concordia, accompanied by Miss Nanniu Board. Misses Rosa and Ada Board accompanied by Mr. Sidney Brack passed through hero enrouto to their homes near Custer. Miss Irene Board is visiting her cousins, Nannie and Kato Board. Como again Miss Ireno wo like to sco smiling faces in our midst. Tho asphalt mines are doing nicely Forty Or fifty hands are employed. Look out Hardinsburg or wo will get ahead of you, our btroets will bo paved with this article. Sidney Brack says that his favorite song is "How can I leave thee" and ho said ho felt tho sentiment moro deeply on Saturday when tho train loft Gar-"field bearing its piccious frieght. ' Katio Board will g I'm too old anil been married too long not to know how to manngo clothing." r Sho still held tho .jest in her left hand, but she stronghened its perpendicularity a trifio by pressing in against herself with he'r right hand. A woman always does that. Sho started for the chair. Tho Major held his breath in anticipation of tho wreck which ho know; was coming, yet dared not attempt to provent it. Jt is a woman's idea that a vest should always bo doubled across tho back of a chair. Whero sho got it tho only knows, but it seems part of her mission on earth to insist upon this point. Mrs. DcIIaven was 'no exception to tho rule. Sho rushed across the room and throw tho Major's vest across tho back of a chair. Then there was a wreck. Lead .pencils, knives, watch and chain and every conceivable thing that a man can carry in his vest pockets flow hither and thither in every direction. The Major wah fuiious. Ho aroso in y his wrath and made remarks ho was for afterwards. Then he went to wot k to restore tho contents. Ho crawled under the bed for his small change, fished tho lead pencils from" under tho dresser, and got his out of tho MOORMAN & BEELER, CLENDEANE, KY. The c5 The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can be found at Distinguished Artiste Sarah Bernhardt. Mme. this week. GUSTON. Mrs. G. II. Anderson wont to the city Miss Mamie Moreman, of near Big Spring, was in town this week. Miss Cora Ashcraft attended the pro- tractcd meeting at Buck Grove. Misses Annie and Kittie Tydings, of Louisville,. are vjjiting theMihscs Miun- w ford. Miss Susie Anderson has been on a short visit to Louisville tho guest of Mrs. Dr. Smith. Miss Carrio Hall, of Henderson, is visiting Mrs. John ,Whnp and Mrs. Ed- lrd note-book- s, Soi-r- note-boo- k grate. "Mary," said he, at last, "1 have told you so often not to throw my vest over a chair Now, you seo what troubjo it makes." "No trouble at all, Major," responded tiro good woman, sweetly. "It didn't tako long to pick tho things up again." Tho object lesson was entirely lost.-E- x Now Try This. It will cost you nothing and will sure- ly do you good, if you havo a Cough, Cold, or any trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr. King's Now Dibcovery'for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, is guaranteed to give relief, or money will bo paid back. Sufferers from La Grlppo found it just the thing and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottlo at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a thing it is. Trial bottles freoatG. Shoit's DiugStoio. Largo sizo 50c. and $1, The Cause of Present Lo Prices of Cotton. An Arkansas correspondent," whoso neighbors aro becoming excited about cotton, wants to know if tho McKinley tariff has, had anything to do with tho present low prices. Of courso it has. Since their goods havo to pay a heavier tax at the New York Custom House before gef ting to American consumers, how' can tho British spinners and weavers afford to pay as much for their raw cotton as thoy did under tho lower tariff? Tho moro MoKinloy's tariff is looked Into tho moro clearly it is seen to bo a bchemo for fattening a few hogs in tho "industrial States" while Starving honest producers in other parts of tho country. St. Louis Republic. The coming engagement jof this great actress in Louisville, at tho Auditorium, is absoibing all tho inOctober terest in the dramatic, lino in that city and vicinity. Louisville has had many attractions, but none to surpass "tho divine Sarah.' Tho host' authority in this country on dramatlrtcj jsaid ot "Surah Ik'rnhttrdtBernhardt's per" formances thus far during this tour, havo been appreciably moro spirited, but none the less subtle, than any given previously by her. 'La Tosca,' is indisputably, a drama of hoirors, but it should bo borne In mind that Sardou wroto it for Bernhardt, knowing that her genius would mako the horrors entrancing. Tho wonderful achievements of this great actress, aro especially a marvel to those of her own profession, whoobseivo her acting with rapt and evidently puzzled Interest, as do all who witness tho wonderful effects sho produces, not understanding tho power which fs called forth to accomplish them. Facial impressions scorn to" be quite as important to her as either her marvelous delincativo posses and gestures, or tho felicitously rapid and melo dious speech. Such a player must be born with a combination of montal and physical qualifications as no acquire ments of art can create, as tho dramatic power and facility possessed by Sarah Bernhardt. Sho is now at tho best of her career." Thoso who expect to attend this great event, should mako somo preparations Col. Robert Logan for accomodations. of tho Willard Hotel, said, if orders continued to como in for rooms for tho Bernhardt engagement, that tho houso would bo filled from top to bottom. Tho salo of seats for tho engagement will begin September 7th, at tho Audi torium Box Oflice, 422 4th Avenue. Any one desiring information, should write to James B. Camp, Business Manager P. O, Box 03, Louisville' Ky.( and get a handsomo prospectus'. h, Till gar Bennett. J, Mr. Win. Bewley, of Green River, made a short inn to Wolf Creek, neighborhood, the other day. Mr. James Holt, of Grahampton, Wc carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness mado from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, $6.50, $7.50, 89.00 and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 00c and $1.00. Saddles, $1.75, $2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. Wc cany a line of .Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. Wc carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Ootswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertain ing to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Hames and Chain's, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examine our stock. o a musw nn il wa iir jsAmLMip nti w wii wi mi . rushed into our town last Wednesday and spent several hours. Mrs. Adkisson's beautiful residence is rapidly nearing completion and is by far tho neatest houso in town. Rev. G. C. Overstreet, pastor of tho Guston Presbyterian church, preached his monthly sermon last Sunday. Our little town will soon bo honoied by tho erection of a Presbyterian church and school house, it needs them badly. Miss Eva Corrigan and Nellie Lewis, who havo been spending several weeks at Mucatawa Park, Mich., returned homo last week. Miss Ada and Bettic Drury, of passed through town last week on their way homo from a visit to Hardinsburg. Mr. Ed. Owen, of Louisville, and Mr. Minor Stewart, of Valley Station, spent Sunday' with tho Missses Tydings and Munford. Mr. E. L. Bell and Miss Janio Cleaver were united in tho holy bonds of matrimony on tho 13th inst. Rev. Straus Bew-loyvill- e, Driven by a Lady. Louisville, StiLouis & Texas R. i). Co. You Irate Purchaser Seo hero! said that horso you sold mo had been driven by a lady for two years. He ran away tho first time my wife tried to drivo him. TuUIiik Effect Dealer That their boss was driven by At 5;00 o'ekk A, H. Wednesdaj July 29. '91 er lady for tw 0 years, just ns I said, and no ono kin contradict it author Wat Bound Traini Eatt Bound Tramt "Hump? That's very strange. Who 63 was tho lady ?" JJjir's Kxjir's STATIONS MA Kxpr. Kxpr's "Mine. Ludowoski." Dally Djlly Dally Dally "Who is she?" 0 2S" Slfiam Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 105 9 OTpio 0 40 81M 12 50 Kentucky St. "She's tho femalo cannon ball thrower "7 2) 860 DIM) 1210pm 810 West Point in Fourtcnt's circus." Good News. 7 24 Howard 1207pm 8B7 yl TIME SCHEDULE jsto. is. ! 7 30 People with impuro blood may be said to exist, not live. Life is robbed of halt its joys when tho blood is loaded with Correct this impurities and disease. condition with DoWitt's Sarsaparilla, it is reliable. Sold by G. W. Short. 7 47 7fi7 8 01 8 0S U1S 9 2it yS" 8 8 17 21) 8i" 852 8 60 SIW 1)10 841 1001 1010 1018 a 44 952 0 3S Ilrandciilnirif 11 3J Meade Springs 11 2S 1123 Kkron Irvlngton 1'ierce Ss....plc Guktnn Longllranch Hock Haven UMim 1143 764 7 47 7 37 732 72ti 717 loan 10 3.1 Lodllniri; Stephcnsport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Skill, nan Hawesvillc Kukon Wtbster 1114 11 Ifi HI 65 10 37 10 3d 657 0 48 0) 631 5 67 BANK OP 012 031 9 AS 9 60 10 UJ Not Suffer Any longer. Knowing that a cough can bo checked Do NO, 7 BOX COOKING STOVE "with h oven for 811.00. can and will sell goods cheaper I than any houso in Town. 20-inc- Don't forget the xlace in a day, and tho first stages of consumption brokpnina week, wo hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's English Coujjh Remedy, and will refund tho money to all who buy, tako it as per directions, and do not find our statement correct. For Sale by G. W. Short,, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & Mcador, Hardinsburg, Ky. A Happy Escape. She ry you. A trial will convince thp most skeptical that "0. C. 0. Certain Chill Cure" is tho greatest remedy extant for tho euro of Chills and Fever. Sold by'J. W. Owen. Try tho doctors, try all remedies for coughs and if you aro not satisfied, wo will guanmteo "0. 0. 0. Certain Cough Sold by J. W. Cure--" to do you good. Owen. Patterson nnd Bowley aro about through prizing their stock of tobacco and aro holding for a stronger tone in the market. Mrs. Harry Lloyd nnd family, of Parkland, after sponding boveral days with her paronts, Mrrand Mrs. Henry Cain returned homo. last Wednesday. Mrs. A. C. Lowis and family, of Louisville, who havo been spending Boveral weeks with Mr. R. J. Patterson, aro now visiting Mr. J. M. Lewis, of Brandon-bur" g. officiated, Messrs. HAEDIHSBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. n. F. BEARD, President". 1010 1016 10 10 10 10 20 27 41 1041 1045 104S 1102 1107 1118 1127 1134 1141 1145 l'etrie 1152m 1210pm 1223 1232 12 41 Lewfsport Owenslioro MattltiL'ly Stanley WorthliiL'ton SpolUvllle Cate 1026 1022 1010 101ft 1001 9 47 9 38 9 29 9 24 9 20 626 6 HI 614 611 5 52 5 41 6 31 , 68 1108 1120 1129 11 3.S l'owira l'ates 913 522 616 512 5 06 4 49 4 37 8 53 8 42 8 3d 8 00 7 42 7 34 1262 1U2 ' 819 810 41'. 428 1155 12 05pm 1220im 126 1 IIS 40pm ar.Hendcrk'n lljskctts 4 06 3 48 3 41 3 3.1 lv 720am 310pm R, R, WILL MILLEK, M. II. BEAUD, Ca.hler. 1 O. W. nEAHD MOIUUS ESKKIDQE V J R. M. JOLLY. LouisYiMeJHardfnsburg& Director?. Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. INTcIEST PAID 0M TIME DEPOSITS. TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1S91. J. L. MILIEU'S CLOVERPORT.KY and nllPevic diseases cured by a now and almost painless process. Consula-tio- n freo. Call on uro write for printed DrsJ. II. "V. Hkndricks and matter. C. D. Tukfokd. , TsTo. 018 Third Street, Louisville, K You novor tried DoWitt's Little Early Risers for constipation, billiousness, sick headacho or you would not havo tho3o diseases. Sold by G, W. Short. FILES The Difference. When I Raw cotton is 25 per cont. cheaper Ho "Always?" now than it was a year or two'ago, and ' She VInvnriably." cotton gomlB are at least (5 per cent, Ho "And can nothing over change dearer. Tho difl'eronco both ways is your determination when you onco all on account of McKinley, whoso rasmako up ypur mind ?" cally bill bears down tho price of cotton That Terrible Oourjh Sho "Absolutely nothing." mlllownors a In tho morning, hurried or difficult and gives tho Down-EaHo "Well, I wouldn't care to marry broathing, raising phlegm, tightness in chance to clap an extra profit of 2o per a woman liko that, anyhow."-No- w tho chest, quickned pulse, dullness in cent, upon their cotton goods. St. York Weekly. tho ovonlng or sweats at night, all orany Louis Republic. of theso things aro tho first stages of conOur Very Best Peoplo Dr. Acker's English Pills. Confirm our statement when wo say that sumption, Dr. Acker'H English Cough Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in ovory Remedy will euro theso fearful symptoms' Aro active, effective and pure. For sick way superior to any and all other pre- and Is sold undor a positive guarantee headache, disordered stomach, loss of parations for tho Throat and Lungs. In by G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and appetite, bad complexion nnd biliousWhooping Cough and Croup, It is magio Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky, ness, they havo never been equaled, and relioves at onco. Wo offer you a CliHiitfo of miart'Kn". When ortlor-Iii- ff oitTieHn America or abroad. For Sale sample hottlo free. Remember, this Rdilron or your iiior changed by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Remedy js sold on a posilivo guarantee rIwrj' Klvo tho iiia tin well h lliu Wilt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. For Salo by G. W. Short, Clovorport, new RildreKH. AIivrvm ef your nfrico, county ami Ky., and Witt & Mqador, Hardinsburg, paper Ik h rei'dyc'lState; If y, ns ' Notlco tho label on this paper nnd boo resulurl ' Ky. Illy how you stand on tho subscription' book. to urgo me to marsay no, I mean no." st "It is usoless Mum Fannio II, Bates, of Louisville, who spent sovcnil days In our midst this summer, passed down with n party of young peoplo tho other day enrouto to tho Wyandotto Cave. West Hound Trains Eatt Hound Trains D illy Daily Uliny DaTiy ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun 1 No. 6 No. No. 2 No. 6 1130.1H1 I.v IrvliiL'ton Ar 9 45nm 1210pm Garfield 3i 12 25 Harned 810 12 45 Hurdlmdmrg 745 Kirk 118 700 13J Jolly , 0 6.1 Glundeane 161 6 21 2 05 riiiiitiiklur 6 09 2 80pm Mr. Guff Tabor whirled through our town tho other day from (ho Falls of Rough, whero ho has spent sovenil days fishing, nnd reports lino spoit in that line dowii'iit the Falls. 315 3 27 ar I'.illltovii;li ' llockvnlc Hutli Asklns Ouku 1 5 34nm 4 65 4 44 4 30 i A pamphlet of Information andab- airacioi ina laws, mowing now coj vUDiam rateau, wareaia. tow v Maizi, coprriRDU, tent jru. UU.y .JMfeM MUNN 3d; 352 i S!C"jJVjJrrdjville I.v 4lft 4 QQim ' v381 Broadway. Hew Yorfc, n. The First Symptoms of Death. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in various parts of tho body, sinking at tho pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, foverlshness, pimples or soies, aro all positive evidence of poisoned blood. No matter how it became poisoned it must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English Blood Elixir has never failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitm poison. S.old under a positive guarantee-byGW. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for DoWitt's Sarsaparilla destroys such poisons as scrofula, skin disease, eczema, rheumatism. Its timely use saves many llves.-S- old by G. W. Short. Reaper Pine and Mowers, Poplar Sliinglei al- Renew your subscripiton now. If & you can't send a dollar for n year send Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring 60 cts. for six months .or. 25.conte ,for ly A ways kept on hand. tnrnn mnnllta Orders .. by cash prompt Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Micb lean Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Btiythc Monarch shirt. ly filled f? t. V rfl 1 gREC ' J.NO. --. NEWS, Editor and AVSDNKSDiV. AUGUST 20, 1891. A number of Republicans now have reason to beliovo that Mr. Geo. W. Jolly is about tho biggest mau in his party in this neck of tho woods. tunic V. O.BAUHAUr. departmekt. - - . . Editor v f J L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. District Attorney Geo. W. Jolly was OOIKO WK9T. summoned to Cape May last week to Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg..l2:05 A: T. Local Time Card. jj'jiHi Ij. meet tho President. It is said tho Pre0015(1 KA8T. 10.05 a.m. sident wanted his opinion on tho stato uf(nil Express going East Passenger Dally arr. Ilardinsburg- - 8:55 m 11.07 a.m. of tho Republican party in West .Smu the south. a.ao p.m. ftprm arii Davis Quiltcr sells on sight. 'IBtssP 0.27 p.m. But this Mr. Jolly denies and Bays his ' West conference with tho Prcsidenf was pure 11. IV a.m " Knit Local freight Call and boo Witt & Meador. ..lV.Uft a.m " " West ly on business matters. Mr. Jolly is of BRANDENBURG. Davis Quiltcr Is a great success. ar r. tho opinion however, that Kentucky ,.L It is said Hint Mr. J. Allen Dean as- Republicans will go solidly for Harrison Anybody can sell Davis Quiltcr. Mr. W. II. Ditto isnt homo for a fow pires to tho Circuit Judgeship in tho in '02. Witt Meador havo their now goods. days. Owcnsboro district. Bring your produce to Witt & Meador. Mrs. N. E. Rocs leaves for hor homo op Ohio, City ok Toledo, istate W II. Boll thinks of starting a in,Ohi6 S. Lucas County. The adoption of tho new Constitution J bakery. Mr. II. B. Livers, of Guston, was in will give lis three terms of Circuit Court Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho Ginghams till you can't rest Witt & town Monday. a year in this county, and throughout is tho senior partner of the firm of F. J. Mcador's. Mr. John Owens, of Wolf Creek, was tho district. Tho election for a circuit Cheney Ar Co., doing business in this Davis Quiltcr works on 'all sewing in town Saturday. City of Toledo County and Stato aforeJudge and Circuit Court Clerk will occur Mrs. Agnes Rlckctts, of Louisvillo, is said, and that said firm will pay tho sum machines. in November of next year. of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for Clothing at your own price at Beard & visiting friends here. Hon. David Murray, of Clovcrport, is Senator Carlisle has returned to each and every case of Catarrh that can- Bcclcr's. "Washington after an outing in tho moun- not bo cured by tho use of Hall's CLadies call and seo Witt & Mcador's" attending Circuit Court. tains of Now York. Tho Senator is of atarrh Cure. now goods. Judgo McBeatli, of Lcitchficld, is hero FRANK J. CHENEY. .the opinion that Graver Cleveland has A handsomo lino of neckwear at Witt attending Circuit Court. Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed & Mcador's. lost none of his popularity, and that ho Miss Carrio Hall, of Henderson, is tho in my presence, this 0th day of Decemwill bo tho Democratic candidate for1 Mr. A. X. Kinchcloc was in tho city guest of Mrs. Lula Lewis. ber, a. n. 1880. President in '92. last Sunday. Miss Ray Merrill, of Louisville, is a , --, A. W. GLEANSON Davis Quiltcr is sold all over tho guest of Mrs. D. W. Lewis. SEAL J A meeting of tho Allianco Industrial Notary Public United States. Freight train killed a very fiuc cow' Unions and tho farmers and laborers, of Hall's Catarrli Cure is taken internally tho United States, has been called at St. For suspenders Witt and Meador can for W. M. Ditto last week. acts directly upon tho blood and not be downed. LouIb, September 15. The object of tho and It was rather damp for tho colored mucous surfaces of the system, send meeting is to emancipate tho Alliance Judgo Milton Board has been ill for folks camp meeting last weokr free. from the control of scheming politicians for testimonials, Mr. Riggcry, of Henderson, is visiting F, J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo. O. several days. and designing demagogues. apMr. Ycakel. his brother-in-laThe Ilardinsburg Republic did not Sold by Druggists, 75c. pear this week. Mr. R. II. Morcnian, of Clovcrport, Tun Pennsylvania Republicans are out A CLOVERPORT WOMAN Go to Witt & Meador for bargains was hero for a fow days last week. spoken for Mr. Ulaino for President in 92. they have tiicni. Mr. Geo. Frymire, of Union Star, In their State Convention of last week Mrs. A. M. Pulliam and children have spent several days hero last week. What She Sees and Hears to Write temthey passed resolutions decidedly returned to tho city. Edward Wiseman was given two years pered with tho Blaino boom. If brother About. Mr. James Lewis,- of Clovcrport, was in the penitentiary for horso stealing. Harrison doesn't keep his oyc peeled Ono of tho best and most important in the city last Sunday. Illainc will trouble him yet. Mr. Jess Herndon, of Webster, visited steps toward making this a great and a Mrs, Gardiner returned last week from friends and relatives here last week. prosperious city is to rigidly enforce its anniPresident Harrison's Miss Bettic Ditto has been confined laws and ordinances, especially tho hog a visit to Madisonvillo. versary was celebrated at Mt. McGregor, law. It is Rev. T. C. Cocks nnd wife havo taken to her bed for soveral days with fover. ono of the greatest N. Y., last Thursday in great shape. Tho dried applo " rooms at Beard's hotel. Miss Pearl Wimp loft Thursday for President was present himself and spoke cities in America. W. K. Barnes attended Circuit Court Owcnsboro where she will nttend Bchool. feelingly of tho placo as having been at Brandenburg last week. Miss Ella Dowden has been engaged glorified by tho death on its summit of Go to W. H. Bell's for your family to assist in teaching school in Cloveport. "Why should tho public streets of this Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. city bo made a free open air warehouso groceries and confectioneries. Mr. Miko Flaherty and daughter, Thero is but littlo public improvement of Flaherty, wero in town ono day last is rumored that Louisvillo will give for old brick, lumber, plastering and It v week. another Fall Celebration this year. The other debn's, creating obstructions to going on in this town at present. lio there until tho contractor or owner of managers of the Institution arc so little Miss Ohio McGill returned from a Mr. Jim Montgomery a talented lawadicted to advertising tho celebration out- it can sell it to somebody ? In other live, visit to Clovcrport last Saturday. yer, of Elizabethtown, is hero attending side tho limits of their own tow n that it law enforcing cities it wouldn't bo allowMiss Bell Mattingly has been sick for court. is doubtful whether there will be enough ed to obstruct tho streets twenty-fou- r Misses Anna and Elion Sanders reseveral weeks with chills and fevers. hours, nor hogs either. visitors to make thc'liow a success. More money made' by selling Davis turned to their homo in Louisvillo WedQuiltcr than anything else, givo it n nesday. The Owonsboro Messenger says, that Besides tho idea of raising forty hogs trial. Mr. Geo. Sanders, of Bullitt county, General Manager Metcalfe, of the L. & on one corner in this city. Can tho hog spent last week with his sister, Mrs. A. Mr. Morris Eskridge is preparing to N., continues to rido over tho L., St. L. law bo enforced ? This question is now add another story to Ills dwelling houso Moreman. & T. Last Sunday ho went to Irvington agitating every of hogs in tho Mr. Ben Clarkson and wifo spent a and out over tho Ilardinsburg branch to city of Clovcrport "Where are our health this fall. Go to Mrs. Monroe at Monroe & Son's couple of dnys here last week visiting Fordsvillc. This gives ground for tho officers that they allow hog pons upon relatives. belief that the L. and N., will eventually every other corner of tho streets, tho store for fancy goods, ladies' dress trimChas. A. Casperko had to return home buy up tho L., St. L. & T., and its stench therefrom creating such a nui- mings, etc. from Louisvillo for a rest on account of branches. School Superintendent Miller attendpcoplo cannot live in their sance that own homes. Shall tho City Council al- ed tho Teachers Institute at Hawesvillo ill health. It is said that America this year has low such nuisances and shall tho pcoplo last week. Tho fair is going on nt Corrydon, Ind., the finest grain crop in her history. Tho submit to it ? Is there no remedy ? Everybody is invited to call at this week. Tho attendanco from this crop is not confined to grain nlonc, but Daniel's storo houso and seo Davis side is light. agricultural products of all classes aro in Quiltcr work. Joel Douglass was sentenced ono year "When a defaulting bank cashier is much greater abundance than for years. & Meador will soil in the pen for shooting nt another with Remember Witt If ho ins't caught Now if somebody would kick the fat out caught he's crazy. you more goods for less money than any intent to kill. of tho McKinlcy tariff bill there would bo's smart. other placo in town. Mrs. Weldon.Barnctt and children, of bo a season of prosperity for the pcoplo Mr. Robert Zimmerman who has been Vino Grove, visited her sister, Mrs. S. " Do you belong to this church?" inindeed. quired the stranger. " No sir," replied at work on tho jail hero left Monday for C. Malin last week. The News is glad to learn that sinco tho wealthy member of tho congregation Shcpherdsvillo Ky. Miss Ella Duval who has been visitthe election many Democrats in tho "This church belongs to mo". This Prof. Shacklett's school begins next ing her aunt; Mrs. S. O. Malm, returned Forks of Rough have declared that in really happened in Clovcrport. Monday. Ho says prospects aro favor- to Vino Grovo Thursday. the future they will stick to their party able for n very full attendance. Mr. Achillas Moorman and wife, of . and its ticket. This is as it should be, Mr. Wm. Elder was hero from Can- - Big Spring, spent a couplo of days in our At the prcsont rate of scientific proand our erring brothers in that district gress, it won't belong beforo farmers will nclton last week. It is said ho intends town, guests of Mrs. II. C. Rawhngs. aro more than heartily wclcomo to to move back to hjs farm shoitly. use electric shocks in their Mr. Elnis Wimp and Hester Woolfolk to tho ranks. In tho future Prof. Shacklctt and school Superintenaro spending this week with Misses it is to bo hoped they will putBtrong dent, James Miller, aro assisting tho Mary Bickerstaff and Mary McFarland. men on guard and not allow themselves Lillian Russell gets $G00 a week, Pau colored teachers at their Institute) this to bo led off by falso prophets. lino L'Allemand $700 ; Mrs. Eams-Stor-y Mrs. M. E. Costy, of Uptonville, arrivweek. $800 a night, and Sibyl Sanderson $2,500 ed Saturday morning and will spend Mrs. AVilliams, of Logansport, Ind., The old state of Kansas is becoming a week for three operas. Verily, a musoveral weeks with her daughter, Mrs. is visiting Mrs. Suo Haffey. Mrs- - "Wias the seat of more political or- sical voice is a real mark of beauty. noted C. Rawlings. lliams is a niece of Mrs. Haffey's late II. ganizations than any other state in the Tho Kentucky Heating and Lighting husband. union. Since the success of tho Allianco The man who occupies tho front seat Company, Louisville, aro laying 8 inch Davis Quiltcr Company will romain in party there, a number of have is not always the most "advanced pipo to all tho wolls on tho First NationIlardinsburg several weeks, and want sprung up claiming alleganco to tho great thinker." agents to travel and sell their Quiltcr, al gas territory. Allianco cause, and the whole business Mr. Warren Bruncr died Friday night. go and see thorn. seems so badly mixed now that an AlliHis death was caused from being thrown SANDY HILL. anco man doesn't know a brother memThe standard Horse and Cattle Food ago, while out ber wiien ho meets him in tho road, sold by Beard & Bceler is practical, re. from a cart twoweoks driving with Miss Dugan. As to fruit thero seems to bo no end. liable, healthful and economical. Now Harrison Robert's (colored) invented Section 254 of tho now Constitution characterized tho Shacklctt namo was is tho time to use it. provides that tho Governor shall appoint brought into successful requisition nnd Try a box of the Standard Horso and a corn cutter a fow years ago and ho has three persons learned in tho law who nothing of tho kind could navo been Cattlo Food sold by Beard and Bceler. it in tho hands of capitalist in Louisvillo shall rcviso tho statute law of tho Com- performed better. Begin its uso while your stock is health- who expect to havo them manufactured this fall. monwealth and prepare amendments ful and keep off disease. , thereto, to tho end that tho shituto law is Doctors say that health in our vicinity Tho jury hung in tho case of Rhody Do you want a suit of clothes very distressingly good, but one case of shall conform to this Constitution. It is cheap ? If so, now is your time. Beard Peak for killing his cousin", Bud Teak. aiid that Gov. Urown lias already re- sickness, our old and highly esteemed & Beeler aro offoring great bargains in There was ten for acquitnl and two for friend Mr, Robt. Hondrick, has for tho ceived numcrious letters of indorsements tho conviction. Tho sontimont-nmonpast week been confined to his bed with their clothing department. in behalf of parties wanting tho appointpcoplo is that ho ought go clear. malarial fever, but at this writing is Marshal Pato has been trying to catch ment. much better and will bo on foot again some of tho parties who havo been sell Misses Eva Carrigon nnd Nellio Lewis Among tho&o slated for office under soon. ing whisky at Glondcane." It is said tho returned Thursday morning, after a de Governor-elec- t Brown, is said to bo lightful trip of two months duration Miss Cora Ashcraft returned homo woods has been full of it down there; Capt. Jack Gross, of Breckinridge recently from Hardin county where sho spent in South Bend, Ind., Cntawa Park, Mrs. Folix Monroo has opened up a county, for tho position of Adjutant-Genera- mado quite a protracted visit to friends full lino of ladies' furnishing goods, dress Michigan and Chicago Illinois Captain Gross is too good a and relatives of that county. Miss Cora trimmings, etc., in tho room abovo F. Deputy Shcrifi O. F. Hutchison in man, nud too big a man, to bo shelved is ono of tho leading holies of our com- -' Monroo & Son's storo. Givo hor a call. attempting to oxecuto a warrant for in any such manner, or in any such munity and seems to bo the soul and Peto Meriditli was brought up from lunacy on Clint Peak was sovcrly if not office. Any suggestion looking to his center of every social circlo in which sho Glcndeano Monday nnd taken beforo dangerously wounded on last Saturday. as Adjutant General moves. "Wo hopo sho may mako appointment such nnd tried for selling Just as ho attempted to tako hold of should bo promptly roputiated by both visits few and far between as we are Judgo Adkisson whisky without license. Ho was acquit-to- Peak his foot slipped and ho foil, as soon himself and his friends. Not long since, ever lonely when sho's gono. as ho foil Peak who was armed with a Tho Times had it on tho end of its pon-cMiss Hattio and Annio Hendrick Ladies, you can mako a nico quilt in corn knife struck him just abovo tho car to suggest Capt. Gross nnmo for cutting a gash about 3 inches long nnd National Committeeman, in placo of (aunt and nicco) left- last Monday for ono hour's timo nnd a six pound comfort tho Doctors fear that it entered tho Col. McIIenry, deceased, but tho news Ilardinsburg and vicinity, whero thoy in a half hour with Davis Quiltor on propose visiting among friends and rela- your own sowing machine on exhibition brain. Ho then struck him across tho of Mr. "Wattorson'a selection estopped arm Bcrvering tho bono bolow tho its honest expression of preference in tives for a fow weeks, both aro among daily at Ilardinsburg. olbow. At last account Hutchison was Tho party given to tho young folks that direction. Activo, energetic, shrewd our best girls, well known to tho writer if necessary can recommend or by Mr. and Mrs. James Beard last Fri- resting comfortably, but being a man Tho Times still behoves who and sixty years old tho chances nro all that Capt. Gross would have made a vouch for them on any and all occasions. day night was quite a success nnd n againBt him. Penk was finally overcome " and that model Baptized at last, our old and well most cnjoyablo affair. Ico cream, fruits nnd confined and no doubt will bo tried Capt. known bachelor friend, A. Hambrick otc, wero served at 0 o'clock. ho was tho man for tho placo. and sent to tho asylum. Gross, would also mako a Congressman familiarly known as unclo Al. was bapMr. Will Hook M'cnt to Louisvillo last and Clinton Peak is a of whom his district could well afford to tized on last Sunday at Sandy Hill weok to purchaso a pump and machinbe proud. church. Bro. Dan. Shacklctt who is a ery for tho gas woll. Thero is about highly respected farmer who lives at Ho Some two or three years sinco, a bright and promising young preacher six hundred feet of salt water in tho Beo Knob, in this county. "Blurriug roferenco to Capt. Gross appearof tho Baptist order, was tho officiating well nnd when this is pumped out it is becamo suddenly inRane last Wednesday attempted to kill himsolf and family Tho paragraph minister, quite n concourso of pcoplo ed, in theso columns. certain tho How of gas will bo largely and Ho filled a p'enied hurriedly, and penciled wero in attendanco many of whom and destroy his homo; was increased. plate wilh powder and put sovornl riflo thoughtlessly, as newspaper comments scorned to entertain fears that Bro. Dan. Peto Meriditli was tried beforo Judgo cartridges around tho sides'and was on too frequently aro. "Without being who appeared a mcro boy in comparison or anything, to his subject ho was to handle would Adkisson last Friday for shooting nt tho point of applying a match to the thereto by anybody, save its own senso of justice, Tho Times mako a failure. But that vim which over Will Moorman with intent to kill nt deadly explosive when his wifo, enterGlondeano, nnd given twclvo months in ing tho room, seized his arm and takes occasion to hero say that it has Moriditli hails "ATf AKESI8 "gives Inatant jail and a fine of $500. a torriblo catastrophe Ho then never ceased to regret tho remark rerelief and la an Infalllblo from Edmonson county and is a pretty fled fioai his homo to tho woods. and only Care for 1'lles. I'ricoSL Ily ferred to, and that its best DrugKlgtsormail. Sampled bad citizon. Ho will servo out IiIb timo Tho citizens in tho neighborhood wero is; that ,it did not then know Jack notified, nnd a posso of about twenty was liox SU0, Now fork City. on tho rock pile. Glasgow Times. Grow. i.roprIetorI. rrTrii0''OAnnAOB, s Institute ever hold in tho county. Tho law for holding Institutes for tho benefit of tho colored raco has been in vogue sometime but owing to tho lack of p.m. teachers none has over boon held hero Tho Institute nbw embraces before a.m. teachers from thico counties. It is conducted by Prof. Jackson of tho SJato Normal School of Frankfort, Ky. is Tho colored Teachers. Institute being held at tho colored church hero this week. This is the first colored mado up and started out to search for tho unfortunate man. For two days they 6coured tho country about, but wore to find him, but on Saturday ho was seen near Brandenburg. His clothes were in tatters nnd his hair unkempt. Ho was armed with a large, sharp corn knifo and defied tho men who wero after him. They surrounded tho spot nnd closed in on him. Ho brandished the Weapon in n threatened manner nnd warned them not to approach him. It was in this strugglo that Mr. Hutchison received his wounds. un-ablo THE MAN BEWLEYVlLLE. Public school opens' Monday, August 31. "I to-da- y. Miss Lena Drury is in Brandenburg this week. Tho road inspectors wero hustling last week. Mr. Chad. II. Drury is attending tho Corydon fair this weok. Mr. Fletcher Blanford spent Saturday and Sunday in Vino Grovo. Miss May DoPcrrin, of Parkland, is visiting Miss Blancho Jolly. Mrs. Mary Orcndorf, of Louisville, is THE is IsLLLLLLLLLLLLLVsiPsLLLLLLsiV -- ISlL t ,- - fifty-eig- ht visiting her brother, W. II. Cain. Mrs. John Bandy, of High Plains, was shopping at tho cash "store last weok. Don't fail to seo tho nico lino of ginghams just received at tho Cash Store. Miss Eva Lnwson after a short visit to her homo here, has returned to Lebanon Messrs. Wndo Ditto, Gilbert Kascy, Chas. and Sam. Gross left Monday for Texas. Mrs. Chas. II. Drury has returned from Brandenburg considcrbly improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Cain and. daughter, Marion, wero visiting relatives in Louisvillo last week. Those of our town who attended Mrs. Kurtz's entertainment at Webster, wero much pleased and pronounced it n success. LOOKING AT YPU And will feel sadly disappointed if you do not Buy a new s; to-da- y -- -- Tho trustees aro having somo difficulty in securing tho salary for tho teacher of tho primary department in tho public school. H-A-O- V v 1;j- . Tho proposed excursion from thisplnco to tho Mammonth Cave lias been postponed on nccount of tho ill health of somo of tho party. Wo havo neglected to chronicle tho arrival of Miss Cathrino Walker, a who will remain permanently with Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walker. When tho day arrives in which all hidden things shall bo revealed one of tho first questions will bo, "Why did not school teachers rend newspapers educadimin-utive'lady, r -OP -i ;, .! - 4i "" non-rais- er V rn how-ove- r, corn-field- s. . sub-unio- -- tional journals at least. Tho resolution adopted by tho Madison County Institute to which wo refered last weok should havo road "Tho ruling of tho State Board refusing a certificate to an applicant who falls below fifty per cent, in ono branch, though good in others, is unjust and should bo annulled." If wo mistake not, tlioro will bo present nt tho next teachers examination an applicant who on account of having no public school under contract and not expecting to teach ono, has not attended the all important institute hero or elsewhere, and what will tho Superintendent do then ? Poor thing If you want a nico pair of shoes or boots mado go to James W Twitty with Stitli Brothers, Bowleyvillo. Shoes of all kinds made on short notice out of tho best stock, and in the neatest styles. His mending can't bo beat. Everything done at tho lowest prices. Stith Brothers. Notice. Tho public school in this district (No. 20) will open for the reception of pupils Monday, August 31. It is important that pupils enter the first day, so that thoy may bo classed and get to work immediately. Tho object of tho public school is to givo such training to tho young that thoy may become self- reliant, independent in character and fit them to assumo all tho rights and duties of truo citizenship. In order that this object may bo realized and tho best results attained, tho of each parent in securing tho interest, tho correct doportment and tho proper effort of tho pupil is most earnestly solicited. B. Ada Drury, Principal. I VEST OF THE -- :Hardins1)iira :. Normal , Institute:- - Monday, August 31st, 1891. Tho Spring term of sixteen weeks will begin Monday, January ISth, '9. The Summer term of eight weeks will begin Monday, May 6tli, '92L . . Tho Fall term of twenty weeks will begin " TUITION FEES Tuition in Primary Courso, " Elementary. Courso s 1. GO per month. " " 2.00 " Intermediate Courso " 2.50 " Other Courses - - - - - - - .' . " 0.00 All Tuition Fees must bo paid in advance, unless otbonviso arranged. No reduction for absence unless caused by sickness.- tfi Board can bo bad in privato families at 82.25 to $2.50 per week including fuel and ligbts. Tho Principal has had marked success at this point, and" by tho aid of tho pooplo wo hopo to achiovo a great deal moro. We can givo pupils ovory advantago hero that thoy can get at any school. For furthor information address BOARD: g Now is your timo to got into a money making business. So securo an agency for somo county on Davis Quiltor of W. E. Spotswood & Co., Ilardinsburg, Ky. E. P. SHACKLETT, Prin., HARDINSBURG..KY. J. R". JOHNSON, -- DEAInit IN Notice. I hnvo closed out my stock of drugs to Short & Haynes. I now desire to settle up all my outstanding accounts and ask those indebted to mq to call at once and settle. J, W. Owen. Confirmed. Tho favorable impression produced on tho first appearance of tho agrceablo liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a few years ago has been more than confirmed by tho pleasant oxperionco of all who navo used it, and tho success of tho proprietors and manufactures the Cal- ifornin Fig Syrup Company. ' l. Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Years Old. choice wxcves. Leading Brands of Tobacco and, Gigars. 1', d. il - Dentistry. g, National-committeema- n, well-know- n Dr. J. P. Williams, of tho office W. B. Armandt, Owonsboro, Ky., will bo in Clovcrport, Soptembor 21st, 1891, nnd will remain threo days. All parties desiring first-clas- s dontal work will do well to call on him nt Dr. S. S. Watkins' office, and you will bo treated politely, get good work at reasonable prices. Legitimato Orders accompanied by tho Cash will 're'eeivo" prompt "Vii ' uiiumiuu. of Dr. HARDINSBURG-- . : : KY. 1810. prilTQr pfll I rpf OlJwt CoIIcrc In tho Southwest. More tlmn fta alnnjnt, Three 1801. ULI1IIIL UULLLUU wuurwja icuuiiik iu iiugrci; wi.iisicai, ncicminc anu Ulccllvcj l' ull urn. Location healthful, No salouiiH. Next session beifliiK Sept. n, iSui. For catalogue or further Information mlilress Wr C. YOUNO, ni I.,Danvllio,Kentucky. per-Buad- J pre-Yont- ox-cu- so PILES NOTipE. FRUIT GROWERS Tho best salvo in tho world for cutd. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhoum, fover Mako your orders by the 1st of October nnd sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, I will sell or exchange my property in wo will furnish you any kind of corns, and skin eruptions, and positively West Knd, eonststlng of store room cures Piles, or no pay required. It is and dwelling of fourteen rooms and all neces- guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or B'llTJTTTIiajEJS, sary also a good livery stable, monoy refunded. Prico 25 cents per sar.Ajczj containing thirty stalls. The lot Is 100x150 box For salo by G. W. Short) Clover-por- t, Ky., and J. A. "Witt, Ilardinsburg, 1SIIE.XT33Sj ScO. feet, Is situated on the corner and Is a good Ky. business ISoatlon. For further Information ZACJC, GflEEN, Go and securo an agency for somo call on or address Manager Ilarilfmburg Numry, on Davis Quiltor nt Ilardinsburg, county WM. HALL, West End, Cforerporl, Ky, Ky. IJnDINSUURG, KYt Bucklen's Arnica Salve. For Sale or Exchange for a Farm. 1 rt, tueks, - u tST: Vrtf S . $tPPC!S i9f I LOCAL BREVITIES. Friday. STEPHENSPORT. Mr. Joel II. Pile, of Bums, was in town Mr. A. T. Bennett was homo for a day KV3BH. jSmCA 2A'(r. k Lon Tnul Is teaching the Bnlllown school. Charllo Sawyer has resigned his position v, (th F. Fraizo. Born, Aug. 22d, to tho wife of Horaco Lewis, a fine 10 pound boy. W. 11. Bell and J.T. Guthrie, Hardinsburg, weie in town Monday. Miss B. Ada Drury's notice to parents in this issue has tho right ring to it. Rev. O. J. Young, of Lexington, will Henry Winter. Wm. J. Wintor. John M. Borntraogor. last week. Mrs. A. Thompson, of Troy, was in Town last week. Mr. Jos. MJllcr, of IIordinsburguwas in town last week. Mrs. J. C. Brashear returned from Seel See! Sec what fifty cents will do, Seo what soventy-fiv- o cents will do, See what ono dollnr will do, Son what one dollar nnd n qunrtcr'll do, Seo what ono dollar and a half'll do, Seo what two dollars will do Seo what two dollars and a hnlf will do, Seo what thrco dollars will do, k Ufi-v- hhM - m Syrup of Figa is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and euros hahitual constipation. Syrun c ga is tho only remedy of its kinu ever produced, pleasing to tho tnsto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared bnly from tho most healthy and ngrccablo substances, its many excellent qualities d it to .all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup or Fin,for salo in 50o and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable drugtrist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA' FIG SYRUP CO. oom-men- ONI$ ENJOYS Both tho method and results when j it preach at tho Baptist church Born, Aug. 21, to tho wifo of Andrew Jackson, deceased, a 12 pound daughter. Sawyer & Nicholas, tho painters, havo dressed up tbo front of Win. Vest & Son's . business bouse. Anew roof is being put on tho High School building and other much needed repairs aro being made. Mr. Adam Dutchko, of Moolcyvillo, called on tho Ni:vs ycsteiday and renewed Ids subscription. Oak street has been graded and graveled from Third to Fifth. It is now a very pretty street for driving. HardinBburg people are very busy now getting ready for the Association which meets there noxt month. V. G. Babbage was elected superintendent of tho So. Methodist Sunday School at Ilardinsbnrglast Sunday. The Owcnsboro road to tho iron bridgoisrcpoited in a wretched condition and tho overseer should attend to t. it. 8AN FRANCISC ?, CAL. lOUtSVlUE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. PhysicianSurgeon. Office Dr. J. M. Clayton, CLOVERPORT. KY. in Dr. White's old itand up glairs. - i and reasonabla in price. Tho pay roll at Victoria amounted to to Breckonridgo Noxt ufuck Dankt door Cloverport, Ky. over $5,000 last month. This would indicate that Manager Miller is putting things through out there. Capt. Wm. Vest, Miss Lizzie Hicks, T. N. D'Huv Alex Boyd and J. L. Miller WEDNESDAY, 'AUGUST 20, 1891 aro nil putting down brick pavements in personal! front of their property on Wall btrcct. Wo can see now why Mayor Picrco Charlie Babbago went to OwciiBboro has resigned. The women of this town yestorday. aro going to make war on tho council II. T. Haynes, Biandonburg, was in until tho hog is relegated Iq tho woods. town Friday. Last Monday was a real Itov. W. K. Pcnrod and family have business day. Tho town was full of people, and tho merchants wero all busy, returned home. especially those who advertiso in the Mr. It. A. Shellmau, of Stephcnsport, Nkws. was in tbo city Monday. Mr. R. B. Pierce has resigned tho Hon. W. A. Moremen, of Brandenburg oflko of Mayor of this city to take effect is at the Cloverport Hotel. October 1st. Mr. Pierce has mado a Mrs. A. Y. Ford, of Louisville, is visitBplcndid Mayor and his placo will bo ing her mother, Mrs. Annie Brown. hard to fill. He gives no reason for his Miss Lillian McGlothlan, of Irvington, resignation. was tho guest of Miss Ella English. SunMarian C. Milt. Young and C. W. day. Moorman's great racer, captured tho Bov. Owen Young and family, of near $10,000 stako at Garfield Turk, Chicago, Lexington, aro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. last Saturday. Tho purso was said to bo Alfred Oelze. worth about $22,000 in all. Wo hopo Mrs. Miliary, of Louisville, is visiting AVick was in it for n good round sum. her parents, Mr., and Mrs. J. G. StephTho following marriage licenses were ens, of Holt. issued by County Clerk Monarch last Mrs. W. E. Minor leaves this week Monday: Mac L. Frank to Miss Sudio to visit her daughter, Mis. Dr. Long, M. Shellmau, Wm. B. Argabright to of Louisville. Miss Sarah Claycomb, all of near Union Star. Tho rites will bo solemnized Miss Jennie Patterson went to last Saturday where her school Shoes and hats seem to be tho theme opened last Monday-Mrof our advertisers this week. Thoy are Delia Fisher, after an absence of all anxious to sell and when thoy aro four months to her sister in Indiana, re- in this notion it seems to us a good time to strike them for bargains. Call on turned home Saturday. Miss Annio LcicbarJt, Wichota, Kans., them and mention tho News. Prof. W. F. Pato was in town Monday. Mr. and is visiting her Ho has been at Lebanon Normal School Mrs. Reuben Reynolds. Mrs. Anna Wasson and daughter, for thrco years past whero ho distinMiss Edith, of Texas, is visiting her sis- guished himself as a studont. Ho has recently been elected principal of tho ter, Mrs. J. 0. Lallcist. Elizabethtown Graded School, . St. Chas. Rundcll, fireman, on tho L., The spirit of improvement- seems to L. & T. left for his homo in Grand havo struck n number of our property Rapids, Mich., last Saturday. owners. Tho carpontera, painters nnd Mrs. L. II. Adkisson, Miss Mary s are all busy and tho old of "Webster, were tho guests of town is moving In this direction at a T. Skillman Mr. and Mrs. Jas. paco sho has novcr struck before Let last week. tho good work go on. Mrs. J. Q. Haynes, of Owcnsboro and Tho News been favored during tho brother, Mr.Emmctt Mullen, of Whites-vill- post week has with somo very fino wateraro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilmelons from our neighbors across tho liam Mullen. river Messrs. Aaron Polk and Thomas Mr. Ed. Hambleton and sister, Miss Weatherholt, and a big basket full of Annio, who have been visiting thoir sis- largo lucious tomatoes from Capt. William ter, Mrs. C. E. Lightfoot, returned homq Weatherholt, Sr., of tho same locality. last Thursday. Tho molon crop over there is unusually Dr. A. R. Fisher and wifp and thoir fino this year and there is an nbundanco niece, little Mannio White, left yesterday of them. for a fow days sojourn with his father Jesso W. Owen sold out his near Irvington. last week to G. W. Short, who in turn Mrs. Dr. Watkins, Mrs. It. J?. Moor- sold a hnlf.i merest in his own nnd tho one man, Mrs. G. W. Short, Mrs. T. J. Min-ar- y bought to Eugcno Haynes. The stylo spent Thursday in Holt, tho guest of of tho now firm is Short & Haynes. Tho two stores will bo thrown into ono and Mrs. Win. Minor. Miss Edith Nail returned to her homo tho business conducted as formely in in Long Grovo, Hardin county yestorday, tho room occupied by Mr. Owen. Tho accompanied by Miss Sallio Moorman, now firm has our best wishes. It is said who goes to Bpend a couplo of weeks with that the room vacated by Mr. Short will soon bo occupied by a largo clothing hor friend. firm. Miss Lola Hunly arrived homo from Wo havo just added to our Job departCrab Orchard Monday night very sick. This ment a now Nonparicl job press. Sho was taken suddonly ill on tho train Louisville, and but for the gives us inoro and bettor facilities for after sho left turning out work. Tho largo incrcaso of prcsoncp of a physician sho would probably havo died. Nervous prostration tho business of this department rendered it necessary. Wo now havo a vory comvas tho causo. plete offico, and with tho addition of steam power, which wo hopo to put in Sulzer's Tailoring Department. Mr. J. n. Hunscho, tho Foreman of in a short while, wo will huvo a well our Tailoring Dopartinont will visit Clo- equipped job and newspaper printing verport, over' Friday of each week. Ho office. As good probably as any in tho will carry with him a full lino of Samples State outside of tho larger cities. representing our Stock of Picco Goods, Ferry County Indiana Fair, which comprises, all tho desirable Standard and FancyStyles introduced this seaOn accoant of tho Perry County Indison. Ho will bo pleased to meet you at ana Fair to he hold at Homo, Ind., Sopt. above placo and dato and rcccivo your 14th to 10th inclusivo, tho L., St. L. & T. ordor. Respectfully, It. It. well Boll rouud trip tickets foSteph S. L. Sower. ensport at tho following rates : from Cloverport 40 cts ; Skillman 05 cts ; Why will you work for $50 per month Hawesville 80 cts. Tickets on sale Sept. when you can make $200 per mouth 5, 10, 17 and 18 good to return until tho S. A. Wikkel, G. T. A. gelling Davis Quiltor. Call on or write 10th. W. E. Spotswood & Co., Hardinsburg to Buy tho Monarch shirt, it Is tho best. Physician Dr. S. S. Watkins, & Surgeon, Hardinsburg has n splendid show for a gas well. Although the water is 700 feet deep in tho well thcro is a good ilow of gas. Tho farmers in tho Hazel Dell neighborhood this county, say they havo had very little rain and their crops arc suffering. M. Hamman has just received some new and elegant suits of furniture. They are rich, and handsome designs Louisville Saturday. Mr. Claude II. Bniharii, of Owcnsboro, is in town this week. Miss Ada Hanks attended the Ilawes-villInstitute last week. Rev. C. W. Myers held service at tho M. E. church Sunday. Mr. Joe. II. Skillman was the guest of Mrs. Geo. Berkley last week. Miss Ruth Haynes isvisiting her grand mother, Mrs. Hunter, near Sample. Misses Georgia McCubbins and Emma Hanks returned home from Lodiburg Saturday. The cold wave Btruck our town quito forcibly Sunday, 'tis something to bo remembered. The new school house is progressing nicely and will bo quite an addition to the tow n and school. Mr. Sargent, mail agent on tho steamer Owcnsboro, was tbo guest of Miss Georgia Hawkins last week. Mr. Jas. Biggs, of Union Star, and Mr. Davo Brown, of Robert's Bottom, have purchased lots in town on which they will build soon. Miss Ada Hanks has tho Clifton Mills school, and Miss Emma Mosloy the Preston. Wo regret to seo our young ladies start out in their fail work. o In tho wayl'of buying a Light Summer Coat or Coat and Vest to last the balance of the Summer and carry over for noxt Summer. Como nnd sec and you'll buy. Never Have Them Now , . MOD' ff-i- i ' ' i? Said a gentleman in conversation, rcferingto those troublesome thingsCorns THE REASON WHY Julius Winter & Co., Was becauso ho bought his "ME MANUFACTURING CLOTHIERS," S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY SHOES AT- - 0K-KEEP1- NG 3WART & STRATTON Thorough, Practical Instruction. Graduates assisted to po'sitioiis. I B6rCatnloL'uc free. Write to SINESS COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY. U XjlZZEj3Rj CLOVERPORT, KY. I TOBINSPORT, IND. James England rides in a now buggy now. HARNED. Had plenty of ram. Staves arc all tho go in our town. Alfred Hook is with us this week. Mr. R. Durbin was to seo us Sunday. We have tho best corn crop we have had for years. Mrs. Rollins, who lias been ill forsomo days, is improving now. Mrs. Vcssolls is tho gitcst of her daughter, Mrs. Alico Payno, this week. Mr. Berry and wifo aro tho guests of Mr. Hawkins and wifo this week. Any ono wanting to know tho time, please call on Everett Weatherford. Mr. Chas. D. Payno received n check tho other day, but we know not its amount. Thos. Tabor, Buck Tabor and Elijah Driskell went to Louisville Monday to sell their tobacco. Mrs. Florcnco Payno went to New Albany some days since, wliQro alio will remain for sometime. Miss Carrie Meyer, who has been visiting Mrs. Lena Meyers, of this place, returned homo Monday. Stark Uaynes will buy staves for Jas" Redman & Co., and will handle them on an extensive scale. Willis G. Payno and wifo have, returned from Louisville, where they havo been for several days. Eugcno Itusscll made us a call and all was glad to seo hint. Eugene is a fine young man, ono worthy of note. to-da- y Tho ball Thursday night was quito a success. Mrs. Jennie Simon is having a green houso built. Eugene Polk and wife, of Illinois, nro visiting relatives here. Cass Whitehead shipped a large lot of hogs por steamer Tell City. E. V. Whitehead, of Rome, Ind., visited his brother here last week. F. P. Smart has sold out his interest at Holt, Ky., and gone to speculating. Miss Vina Clark and Miss Harbin have returned to their homo at Owcnsboro. Miss Jasio Polk has gone to visit her uncle, Edward Polk, in Spencer county. Mr. and Mrs. Till Groves havo returned from Louisville with a lot of now fall Breckenridge News. The Kindergarten. Ky., Aug. 2tth, 1891. EiiiTon Nkws Wo havo mado an effort to establish a Kindergarten for tho benefit of tho children of the town of suitable age. This effort, pieliminary to another which wo hopo soon to make, indicates much greater interest and acquaintance with tho advantages and methods of Kindergarten teaching 'than ono would have supposed. We obtained only twenty child! on, a less number than wo feel justified to begin with. Wo wero afraid to begin with les"? than twenty-fivOur purposo is to modify tho plan somewhat, so that its advantages can bo extended to u larger number of children, and mako tho burden less upon each. As soon as wo can mako the "necessary arrangements, the new plan will bo submitted to parents and others inteiested in securing such teaching for their chil- s W4 .,! e. Ji' 4 Hay-nesvil- le to-da- y CHEAP EXCURSION TO CINCIN- NATI, OHIO. . s. V. grand-parent- s, - n, buck-layer- o, drug-stor- o This mcdlcino has dlroct action upon tho nurvo centers, allaying all irritabiliLouisville, Ky. ties, and Increasing tho How and powor of norvo lluttl. It Is perfectly harmless Miss Nollio McGchec. Miss Stafford is and loaves no unpleasant offocts. Rev. James Vernon's leoture. A Vnlaablo Iloolc on Norvoo tho Kentucky Femnlo A good sicd and appreciative audi- connected with UUouHOii sent free to any address, and poor patlentu can alo obtain Seminary, located at Tewee Valloy. ence listened to Rov. James Vernon, of mm iiicmicjuu iroo ui cunnce. Only $5 for the Round Trip. On September 2d, 1891, tho Louisville, St. Louis and Texas R'y, will run an excursion to Cincinnati, O., via Louisvillo and the Ohio and Missippi It'y, leaving Henderson at 7:20 a. m., stopping at all stations between Ilcndeison and Louisvillo to take on passengors, arriving at Cincinnati about 0 r. jr. same day. Faro for the round trip, from all stations, only Fivo dollars. Tickets will bo good for return passago on any regular train up to but not later than tho train leaving Cincinnati, Grand Central Depot via O. & M. lt'yf at 2 v. jr., Sept. oth. This train will mako connection at Louisvillo with the 0:23 r. ji. train on L., St. L. & T. It'y. This Excursion affords an opportunity to witness Pain's Last Days of Pompeii, tho grandest of Opoti Air Spectacles, exhibited nightly with magnificient fireworks ; Zoological gradens, largest in tho world; Latonia races, now being run at tho Raco Courso j Baso Ball, between tho Lcaguo ClubH, Cincinnati and Philadelphia ; and numerous other attract ions in tho Queen City to spend tho threo days pleasantly. Don't miss tho opportunity. See small bills. For furthor information address nearest L., St, L. & T. ticket agent, or S. A. AVikki., Gen'l Pass. Agent, Ind., after a pleasant visit with relatives havo returned home. Miss Emma Clayton, of New Orleans, who has been tho guest of Mrs. Rosa Whitehead, returned home. The members of tliq Uuniversalist church aio contemplating erecting n church hero oa soon as necessary funds aro raised. A band of Gypsies camped at the M. E. church last week. Thoy had the regular number of dogs, pet coons, ' squirrels, etc. Mrs. Ackerman and 'children, who havo been tho guests of her father, R. Tobin, for some timo havo returned to their homo at Itomo, Ind. The ico cream supper and social at tho residenco of Wallaco Hayden was well attended and all seemed to enjoy from the lato hours thoy kept. Lightning struck WaldoSimon's houso Thursday night during tho storm, demolishing tho chimney and breaking the houso up considerable. All tho family wero at the ball or they would havo been killed. them-solve- s, goods. dren. Miis. Joux Aixun Muiikay. Prof. J. II. Groves spent a day last week here the guest of iis brother, Till $200 per month guaranteed to good Groves. agents to 'sell Davis Quiltor, ca'.l on or Mrs. Prcs. Polk and family, of Rome, write to W. E. Spotswood & Co., Hnr-dinsbur- g, Ky. To Gas Consumers. GET THE BEST. The prices 6hargcd by the Mineral Tho Best is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Beat is good, Center Gas and Manufacturing Company enough for tho man who lcspccts himself nnd loves his family. Such n man al for natural gas, after tho expiration of ways wants tho Best Groceries, and huys them of present contracts, shall bo as follows, viz : :R,. miVATE FAMILIES. El. " Heating " " " Grate per month - 1.75 " Light per. month - - - 20 Boarding houses, hotels and business houses special contracts will bo made. Cooking stove will bo estimated for twelve months in all cases. All other fires for eight months or till April loth, hut all contracts must bo mado for twelve months. By order of Board of Directors. O. T. Skiixman, J. D. Gheoouy, Secretary. President. Aug. 18th, 1891. Each Cooking Stove per month ... - knowing that ho always keeps tho Best that tho market affords and retnils them nt $1.50 . proper prices, 1.50 MOOBMAlsT, -- ARE YOU LOOKING FOR -s -"- McElree's Wine of Cardui and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- T aro for salo by tho following merchants in IircckenrlJRO County : Jesse W, Owen, Clovoroort, Q. W. Short, Cloverport. IE3C CD ZED If so it will bo SSL" LONG BRANCH. Mr. Cyrus Chambers, of Paducah, is visiting his uncle, W. L. Chambers. Mr. S. II, Sullivan, of Louisville, is spending his vacation at Long Branch. Miss Mattio Shacklett and Eugene Ashcraft aro visiting their hunt, Mrs. W. L. Dooloy. Mrs. D. W. Fnirloigh and family, of Xouisvillc, visited friends and relations nt Long Branch last week. Mrs. W. L. Dooloy and niece, Miss Mattio Shacklett, havo returned from Ekron, whero thoy havo been visiting Mrs. Alico Blown. Miss Nina Dooley is again nt homo lifiving returned after a delightful visit at tho homo of her uncle, Mr. Jesso Ashcraft, at Sandy IIll. Messrs. P, Tobin and Jesso Shacklett Mr. visited this locality tho past week. Shacklett is a brother of Mrs. W. L. Dooloy. Como again gentlemen. Miss Stafford, of Powcc, is visiting Witt llrnshcnri Lay, Stenhensport. & J. J. Meidor, Hardinsburg, Severs, Uoinn Star, tho "mistake of your life " if you fail to exnmino our stock which is running over in every lino. In 1 FREE LADIES' "Wo surpass them all in olegnnco of stylo, durability, comfort unci low prices. Our SHOES . A tfATTjnAL REMEDY PUB IpIIontlo Fits, railing Sickness, Hysterics, St. Vitus Banco, Nervousness, Hypochondria, Melancholia, In curlty, Sleeplessness, Diz zlncss, Bruin and Spinal Weakness. $2.50 THOROUGHBRED Man's shoo is tho common favorite. Buell's $3.50 Walking Shoe Is a euro euro for Corns, nnd just tho shoo for men who havo a great deal of walking to do. Wo will tako great pleasure in showing our Shoes to you. Como and mako money for ' yourself. . . , r B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. E36S Henderson, last Thursday evening, while ho toM them of his trip to Europe, Egypt' and tho. Holy Land. Touching lightly upon tho points of interest by tho way, ho dovotcd tho main portion of his lecturo to n descripdays tion of Egypt and his twenty-eigh- t sojourn in Palestine Besides crowding into his lecturo much interesting and valuable description, ho hnd tho happy faculty of enlivening his story with humorous illustrations and strengthening it with thoughtful observations. To crowd into ono evening's entertainment an account of bo extended a journey, requires no small degreev of tact. In this tho Rov. Mr. Vornon has succeeded admirably, and has given a lecturo which Is both "pleasing nnd instructive. n Your correspondent, after an extensive experience, is of tho opinion that thcro is not a prettier country, belter farms or more hospitablo set of pcoplo under tho fermament of Heaven than thcro is to bo found in this bottom, and tho residents of not nlono this bottom but of this section of tho Stato should rcfor to It with prido. This remedy has been prepared by tbe Itoverend Koenle. ot Fort Wavne, Ind.. since ivm. ana BuoWDrcparedundorlilK direction by tbe i , KOENIQ MED.CO., Chicago, III. at Sl por Dottle. QfbrSCt Sold by Largo SUo, &1.7S. 0 nqttlon for WO. jp SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH 1 &WWMIM rjtZJmmwNmmmTTlmmt&MmmME rrtj Mrs. Jane Richardson's Awful Fate. A special ongine, which was carrying Judgo Richards, of Louisvillo, over tho Richmond, Nicholasvillc, Irvino nnd Beatlyvillo railroad, ran down Mia James Richardson and her threo littlo girls on n high bridge, near Nicholasvllle, last Monday afternoon. Mrs, Richardson saw tho ongine, hut not in timo to leavo tho hndgo, and sho gathered her littlo Forty-soveagonts wanted at onco to ones about her at tho outeido odgo of tho Sho soil Davis Quiltor ; for terms call on or bridge nnd waited for tho engine. write to W. E. Spofswood & Co,, Har- nnd two children wero thrown from tho brldgo, and tho mother was killed, while dinsburg, Ky, tho two children wero mortally woundod Notice tho label on this paper and seo A third child was left untouched on thoj how you Btand on the subscription book, bildge. Aro tho rosult of years ot solontlflo experimenting, anil aro now pluood, owing to (ho llnoflt nnd moat ponootljr constructed THESE WONDERFUL LENSES To tho Public. to call your attention to tho fact that I havo purchased tho store recently owned by P. S. Bell, nnd will hereafter keep n full lino of groceries, butter, eggs nnd all kinds of country produce. Your patronage is solicited. John B. Pklla. I desisro Summer Excursion Rates to Clover- port For Tar Springs. Commencing Saturday, Juno 20th, anil continuing until closo of August tho L. St. L. T. railroad will bcII tickote to Cloverport at ono faro for the round trip, account Tar Springs, for tho afternoon trains. On Saturdays and morning train y oit Sundays only, good, to return on evening train. A,. WikbI, G.J. A. Lonsos KNOWN, nnd aro pocullnrly ndaptoa to oorroctlna tho various. vlRunl. Imporoo-tlonA trial of tho KOHiNWR will convince you ttmy nro ftm-to-i mwii Ktm.wtKS. EwrjPaV Warranted. u. t JKr? A. R. For Salo by FISHER, Druggist & Optician Oarefal Attention, CLOVERPORT, KY, ! PioicilptloniKocetYe 0E1UH i U.M.WOOI.LKY.M and WbMeey Xafeit cured at home wltU-opain. Bookoipar. tlcuiarssent rHKK. ut Shin-da- v ' t 1 l H if V .W-g- ?. . 4 A FINE LECTURER. Witt and Humor bined Com- - Pat's Mistake. An Irishman pissing down the street, lletors a residence stood, Admiring its beautiful finishings, Of quaintly carved wood. When a olcc called, "Off from here, My house is no church, you boor I" "1'alth," i!d lat,"I thought It wis, 'Till Ihc dc II spoke from the door." Drake's Mngnrlne. Eloquence, Daviess County -. .- -. .- Fair i h EMZFIIR.IE- 11 V SCHOOL BOtfKS and SCHOOL SUPPLIES. w I Wholesale .'. ami .'. Hctall. UNO. D. BABBAGE, Tho Henderson Journal, Mr. Vernon's homo paper saya of his lecturo in that city. Extra seats bnd to be placed in the Methodist church last evening to nccomodato tho largo crowd assembled to hear Mr. Vernon lecturo on his tour in Europe and tho tloly Land. Ho spoke to a highly pleased nudionco for two hours nnd demonstrated his ability as a lecturer It was eloquence, wit and humor combined, nnd added largely to tho speakers excellent reputation as an orator. To attempt a Bynopsls of tho lecturo would bo usoIcbb, especially for our readers Who havo enjoyed tho splendid series of letters published in these columns. AT OWENSBORO, KY., COMMENCES Security For Stockholders. Tho question is often asked by memBuilding nnd bers of tho Intcr-StntLoan Association, .What is tho security for tho stock, nnd what evidenco havo wo that money will bo paid when stock matures? Thcso aro pertinent questions, and nro entitled to n frank nnd specific answer. In reply, wo say tho capital stock of tho Association is its mortgages. Thcso mortgages represent tho incohio of tho Association loaned upon real estate, at from forty to sixty per cent of its valuo. Tho mortgages and aro Thoy aro tho property of tho cntiro membership, and secures tho payment of all tho Btock. No money is loaned except on first mortgago security, and to Every members of the Association. proporly conducted and solvent Building nnd Loan Association can exhibit assets in the shapo of first mortgages to pay their liabilities. This constitutes the security and is evidence of their ability to pay stock when matured. To produce this result requites the action of tho investor and borrower. Tho borrower must pay a sufficient amount to meet tho demands of tho investor, For example, an investor with ten shares of stock pays into tho Association $0 per month for eight years, $570 ; at maturity we owo him $1,000, upon which ho has paid the principal and $550.70 in interest. Add this to the amount paid in by. investor nnd wo pay'him his $1,000 dollars nnd have a profit of $120.70 to tho Association. This is a plain and truthful statement of tho plan of tho Intcr-Stnt- o Building nnd Loan Association nnd its results. Interstate Herald. o non-taxab- le e. OCTOBER OFFICERS Dr, C, B, TODD, 6th, wfaAU- J, W, CARTER, Secretary, And Continues Five Days. : Wy l President. ' I s PHIL. T, WATKIH8, Treasurer, : vJHVisiiliiitesBBiSiHSsiiiiiBB KAT3sysMtsliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisisflsiiiiBsilsiiiiiMiyBsi Wmmwm'Sr 1 w " - Clove rp ort, Ky. All wcro well pleased and regretted that tho lateness of tho hour prevented tho continuance of further remarks. Mr. Vernon is certainly a pleasing talker, and entertaining speaker, and ttho whole of Henderson tho Homo 'Mission especially is highly indebted to him for last evening's work. Wo cannot afford to deceive you. Confidence is begotten by honesty. DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers aro pills that will ii, C. TOMPKINS, Vice President, PREMIUMS. Premiums this nro year practically thcrsamo as Inst year, which assures n maintenance of tho high standard of ExcellcntKxhibftions in tho ampin- theatre, of Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. IT IS THE BEST! Bcciiuso The; n It is a positivo Forco Feed. It is the only , v"V afPS'' cure constipation and Sold by G. W. Short. bIck headache. FLORAL HALL. ' It It ono mado that is a Force JFced. avoids all guess work. ' . irf guaranteed to sow all kinds phosphate. - ' Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1891. A Cobweb Party. HAiiMNsmmo, Ky. A pleasant occasion on Saturday evening, July 25, Miss Blanche Beard gave a very unique and entertaining reception to her young guest, Miss Sadie Twyman, of Ilodgcn-ville, Tmis the desire of the Fair Company to approach as near as possible the idea of an "exposition in tho Floral Hall Department. In addition to tho premiums offernnd ed on all products of tho Farm, Garden and Handiwoik of tho Houfewifc,-Artis- t Seamstress, liberal inducements aro given to exhibitors of Muslcnl Instruments, Sowing Machines, Elegant nnd Costly Merchant's Display, Etc. . Try Our Celebrated Cleveland HENSLEY Dryer '.I r ''' -- ;1- s ' .",, J , ' Fertilisers. Ky. new to many of us to Mr. PHlsbury of Minneapolis, who is bo invited to a Cobweb party. So added ercditdtl with being one of the "Western to the assured pleasure ope has at Miss represenatives of a syndicate formed to Blanche's entertainments, was a whole"bull" wheat, is indignant with "bears." some curiosity to know just what kind of Gambling and Wheat Prices. It was something SPEED RINGS. TTwn'K'T? liroI)0r restrictions Speed Itings arc acknowledge as n legitimnto to JMUHjlvC(?Bsory to Fairs, tho prizes offered being a matter of importance the farming class, at it stimulates the breeding of bettor stock. The racing as hcrf toforc, will bo honest nnd under tho supervision of competent judges, who will enforce discipline, and exact clear and fair contests and award tho prizes only to those who honestly win. & JOLLY j Farmers' Supply House, Ho says that but for them wheat would bo worth $1.23 and adds: to-da- I do not wish to be understood assijiiiK lint wheat would be worth $1.25 as long as pirtlcs ran sell untold millions of short wlic it. Itcforc short selling became so prevalent as It is now, the present status would hac put wheat at $1.25, nml If Congress this winter cm put a stop to short selling, we projiably will see as high a price as that on 'tills crop. But for the 'fraud in this it would bo pure nonsense. For o cry timo a "bear" sells a bull must buy, or there is no trade. And such betting on prices has no more to do with tho prico of grind stones. Prices may be controlled temporarily by overloading a market with g grain, grain out of market. And the bulls may "bluff" tho bears or the bears bluff tho bulls, sending the betting prico up "or down for an hour or so, or a day or so. This is a poker gamo played in wheat, and Congress has no more to do with it than it has with other poker games. Whether he gambles short, Mr. Pillsbury ought to be dealt with in the police courts of his State. The causes which fix tho prico of real wheat and of everything clso are (1) demand ; (2) supply ; (3) facilities for disor.by-kbepin- tribution. The main cause of low prices in this country is lack of distribution, caused by Government interference with distribution. As we aro not allowed to take the products of Germany in exchange for our a great deal of surplus remains undistributed in ordinary years. Tho Germans and the poor of'Kurope generally use substitutes for wheat. They would rather eat wheatcn bre.wl than rye, but our tariff laws and theirs Jintcrfcro with trade so greatly that for 1889 tho Harrison administration reports our total exports of wheat to Germany as "nine bushels, worth $11." So they eat rye. Tho rye crop boing a failure .this year, and crops in Europe being generally short, tho threat of starvation so tho natural d law of distribution from point of that its operations nro greatly e laws enlarged in spite of such as tho McKinloy bill and the German laws for producing artificial scarcity. Hence our wheat surplus will move out at better prices. We will not burn breadstuff for fuel this year, though wo may next, if we continue in tho folly of laws made in restraint of our trade vith Europe, which alone can take our agricultural surplus in considerable quantities. St. Louis Republic. wheat-surplu- s, grcat-est'nee- anti-trad- Don't storm tho sybtcm as yon would a ance of their periodicals, the publisher may confort. If held by the enemy, constipation, tinue to send them until all tin arrearages arc paid. gently persuado it to surrender with Third If subscribers neglect or rclusc to tike DoWitt's Little Early Risers. These lit- their periodicals from the postofllcc to which tle pills are wonderful convlnccra. Sold they arc directed, they arc responsible until they hac settled their bills and ordered them disconby G. W. Short. "While paying their checks nn idea struck ono of tho fellows, and after u. OUR GREAT Bhort conferenco with his companions ho offered tho barber $10 for his red, ! whito and bluo pole, which stood about twelve fee t high in front of tho door. Tho offer was accepted on tho spot, and tho young men took it away with them, & 00. insisting, however, on taking a receipt, in which both tho polo and tho amount URANDEXLURG, KY., paid wns mentioned. Then they started off for u parade of tho Thiid polico A reduction in tbo prices of goads thnt will in wide h nearly nil their troublo insure u large reduction in tho sice of our with tho 'coppers' had been experienced. stock. We have more Spring goods than no "They had not gone fur befoio they should havo, nt this season, nnd must move wero stopped by ono of their old bluo them at any loss. The most desirublo goods been selected sacricoated foes, who demanded nn explana- in the houKe tinve prices will fur the nttract fice, and at these surely tion of their tiossession of tho polo. Tho large erowds of purchasers. Here l&.a partial boys repliei that it belonged to them lUt of our wonderful attractions, and we and that they were taking it home. Tho hnyo thousands of others just like thetn. officer, believing that they had stolon it, arrested tho wholo party and took them CLOTHING. to tho polico btntiou, wheio ho chttigcd $111 for our merchant "tailor suits, reduced them with the theft from 22 dollars. "At this junctuio ono of tho students $12 for our fine suits, men' nnd youth's, produced tho tcceipt, and they were almlucrJ from $18. lowed to dep.nt, much to tho discomfi$9 OS for all .'U'tu in corkscrew, worsteds, See., reduced fvoin $15. ture of tho arresting officer. Then the boys wont to another policeman's beat $7 49 for all 'iutts ill wool goods in olio volts, reduced from and wero soon stopped by tho guardian $4 98 for all wool $12. for men and youths, suits nico goods, from $8. 49 conts for blue A man of understanding will accept of that precinct, and, after a short parley, cottonudo pants mako. the proposition to get n bottle of "0. C. tho which proved very unsatisfactory to officer, tho students weio again C. Certain Chill euro" on a guarantee and, with tho pole, wero marched SHOES to euro Chills and Fever. Pleasant to back to tho station house. This timo take. Sold by J. W. Owen. thoy got their lelcaso from the lieutenant $1 24 for our best calf brnpan, 'none such,' in charge without having to produce reduced from $1.00, .98 for a good full stock brogon, roducod from $1 25, their receipt. Subscription Laws. "Tho boys started off for another offi- $1 49 for men's sewed shoes, in all stylus and Dr. Tuckcrman, editor of The Worksites, formely $2, cer's beat, taking euro to keep within tho A full line of Eucll Sc Sons celebrated man, Cloveland, has taken some pains to same precinct, and within less than half boys, collect and compilo tho decisions of the an hour weio brought back to the sta- Shoes for inon and prices.nil stylos and sites at greatly reduced United States court on this subject, nnd tion for a thiid timo on suspicion of hav$1 24 for ladies' bright Dongola kid Shoes gives to tho Washington Post, as the re- ing stolen that polo. Tho lioutenanthad with or without patent tip, in button or in front lace. These are fine goods, reduced sult of his investigations, the following : to send an officer over tho piecinct with from two dollars. A largo stock of ladios' First Subscribers who do not glc express these orders to all policemen: 'If you low shoos, all styles, to close thorn out, at meet a party of eight young men with a and below cost. notice to the Contrary arc considered as wishing to renew their subscriptions. barber's polo don't arrest them. Thoy Second If subscribers order the discontinuown it.' "Now York Star. Dry-Good- s bric-a-bra- party this might be. At an early hour the beautiful homo of the young hostess with its surrounding lawns was brilliantly lighted. Tho gay colored Japnneso lanterns in tho shrubbery along the walk and in tho rose garden made the placo look like fairy land. The guests were greeted at tho gate 'by Mrs. Beard and invited to scats on tho lawn or into tholiouse through tho side piazza. A glance at tho front hall and veranda discovered n perfect labyrinth of "cobwebs" that beginning somewhere beyond tho back patlor filled both parlors, tho hall, tho stairway, and extended out into tho yard. At tho appointed hour tho work of "vindingup" began, then, too began tho fun. Each one commenced at tho same placo "to wind" his thread and tho following of these threads was, the source of much amusement. At tho other end of each thread was a pri?o eithor a dainty piece of art work done by Miss Blanche, a bit of or something not artistic, but just to funny for anything. Tho girls of our little city never looked prettier, nor the young gentlemen more handsome and gallant than they did on this bright evening, nnd the threads had these gay young pcoplo up stairs, down stairs and into my lady's chamber, indeed everywhere, but always back again to find tho pruo very near tho crowded parlors. The guests were kept up until all the prizes were found, then tho busy hum of converse, the low clash of merry laughter kept tho happy guests with their kind hostess till a lute hour. Wo not only accepted Mius Blanche's invitation, "Will you walk into my parlor," but went the whole length and breadth of the "web" she had so skillfully woven for us and shall long keep tho favors wo found as pleasing mementoes of a delightful evening. F. c HARDINSBURG, KY. A COLLEGE 1'iin BOY'S PFUNK. HEUE WE AHE AGAIF Furniture in Irt1sff ! StuilcntH Ilitvo Lots of ulth Huston l'ollccinen. "There isn't so much deviltry in private among tho students today as thero was a few years ago," said avjradunto of Harvard, "but their pranks in public nro getting holder as timo advances. I will tell you a good story illustrative of this. During my sophomoro year thero was a party of eight young fellows belonging to my class who were all the timo looking for a. clmuco to creato a sensation. Thoy bad become involved in several littlo scrapes with tho Boston polico on account of their practical jokes, and were thirsting for revenge. Ono Satuiday night thoy went to Boston, and on their arrival got shaved in a West End barber Some IlurvartI MECHANICAL. endless variety. I am now back at my old stand and reAdults 25c ; Children 0 years and under 15 years of ago, 15c ; Children under spectfully solicit J) years, FREE ; All vehicles and animals, FREE ; Admission to Grand Stand 10c ; the patronage of addition to tho usual display of Machinery, Stovcsand Utensil of tho husband-- ry, Carriages, "Wagons and Vehicles of all kinds, ample steam power will be furnished to mako a proper display of every kind of Machinery. T-m- - mmmWSSbSfa&LiSB3BBBlS&mLAm -- fe ADMISSION. First day, ladies nnd children under lo years, FREE. largo posters and premium lists. For further particulars sco the'publio. shop. J. W. CARTEli, Secretary. Hun- Reduction Sale GEQ..IMKEL He Has Evidence of Curing dreds and Hundreds of FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. the Worst Chronic Diseases. JUL. KCCnE-A-HiT- . pio-cinc- t, S UREUURE FOR CHI.US& FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, price! HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS, sWftgv.cn i a Ff)R SALE BY AlL 0RU3G,STS DOCTOR JB TAYLORS MED.CO. ST.L0UI5 MO. rn PREPARED BY RICHARD50N-TAYL0- R every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF , bull-d- og d, :m;:.::: m SI ...- -. iT: BE UP TO THE MARK JXTot XHT 3Jot to JPlQOOloirt BEARS THIS MARK. to CAN BE RELIED ON jSlJLi;S DR. D. REA, Celebrated Specialist, And in chargo of the Electrical and Surgical Department of tho Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., will bo at tho CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., LUJ - o D t- TRADE X 1 Saturday. Sept. 12 '91 mark. Anil Itoturii r.very Four Weeks Durlnir llio Your. Dr. Ilea has been connected with the hrgest hospitals In the country, .ind 1ms no superior In diignoslng and treating iliseakes and deformities. He will gUc I50 for any case that he cannot tell the disease and where located In five minutes. NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A. MOMENT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D Douglas Shoes. link our ngvuey, and get I lie in for jou. Hecuru the S2TTAKE NO SUUSTITUTE.jU for L. nle for huiiiI In your place If not to neettU fur cntnlocuc, ilenlor V. " Ask my and Notions COLLAR IN THE MARKET. WATERPROOF Noah's Misfortune. teacher not a thousand miles from n certain church in Detroit has a wife with a rich father, who is a very convenient article to go housekeeping on. "Not many Sundays ago ho nhked tho worst boy in his class what he knew about tho flood. "Tho Johnstown flood?" quered the A Sunday-schoo- l boy. v. "Xo, no," in a vexed tone ; "I mean Noah's flood." "Flood of wlmt?" asked tho boy. "Water, of courso." "Oh-h,- " said tho boy, in doubtful acknowledgement of the information. "Yes; Noah's flood, when ho lived forty days on water." "Nothing but water?" quered tho boy, tinued. Fourth If subscribers innc to other places without Informing the publisher, and the papers are sent to the former address, they arc held responsible. I'lfth The courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals from the ofTiec or removing and leaving them unctllrd far is prima lacle evidence 01 Intentional fraud. Sixth If subscribers piid in aihance they are bound to ghc notiec.it the end of the time, if they do not wish to continue taking It ; otherwise the publisher Is authored to send it, and the subscriber will be responsible until express notice notice, with p lymeut of all arrearages, Is sent to the publisher. fiaeaght W. L. DOUGLAS WHY IS THE GENTLEMEN The latest postal laws aro such that THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? newspaper publishers can arrest any ono Is a seamless shoo, with no tacics or war thread It for fraud who takes a paper and refuses to hurt tuo feeti mado or tbo belt fine calf, stylish easy, to pay for it. Under this law tho man and thanand bteaute re mule more equalsof Ihtt gmdit any olhtr manufacturer. It thots ghoos costing from $1.00 to $3 00. who allows his subscription to run nlong OO (Junuluo ibe fluent cair for some time unpaid and then orders it CC shoo over offered for $3.oui equal! Kreucu P uu to tlJ.W. discontinued, or orders tho postmaster to Imported lines which cot from $3 Hlioe, tlno calf, OO d p T. mark it "refused" and havo a postal card CAeverstylish, comfortable, Weltdurable. Tbo best and at this prico Mine grade sent notifying the publisher, leaves him- iboe made offeredcosting from 6t 00 to f9JX. as cusallocs, tom self liable to arrest und lino the same as CO SO l'ollto HI1001 Farmers, ltallrond Men uad Letter Carrlcrsall weartbem; nuecnlf, itK for theft. seamless, smooth Inside, heavy tbreo soles, extou' llaiul-scwn- l, lliinil-Htnve- S3 SHOE band-sewe- tl wonderingly. It was water every"That's nil. where." '"And ho lived on it all that timo?" "Well, old Noah didn't havo any rich did Ho?" father-in-laOn tho following Sabbath tho boy occupied a placo in a class of older schblors,Detroit Free Press. ' DoWitt's investigate their merits. Littld Early Risers don't gripe, cause nausea or pain, which accounts for their G. AV, Short says they popularity. would not run n drug store without these little pills. . A Young Man's Fancy. Largo allowanco is to bo mado for tho sweeping assertion of the poet thnt "In tho Bpring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love." It certainly is not truo of tho malarial young man, whoso fancy, if lie hns any, is of tho dull Buy the Monarch shirt, it is the beat. nnd heavy aricty. The 1nnlnri.1l young man marches around as tho captive of General Debility. Tho readiest nnd most obvious means of escapo aro afforded by S. S. S., which without any flourish, routs General Debility and his malarial allies. What is .truo of tho young man is truo of tho young lady, and tho wholo host pf sufferers. H. S. S. is a specific for malaria. a year. SCO SO lino cnlfi no better shoe ever offered at this price t one trial will convince tboso who want a shoe for comfort and service. WorkliiamnH's CO 3 and 8'J.OO and durable. Those shoes are very strung who have given them a trial will wear no other malco. 00 81.7.5 school shoes aro E8ftVE' worn bymill boysoverywbeioi tbcysell O the on their merits, as tbo Increasing sales show. shoo, best I nrllsase 33.00 Iluntt-Noms- il kUUICB Oongola, verystyllsluequalsFrcnch 1m ported shoes costln g from 81.00 to tlMJU. Ladlea' !t.30.8:2.00 nuil 81.75 shoo for Misses aro tho beat nnouongolo, Ktyllshand durable. t'uullou. See that W. L. Douglas' name and price aro stamped on the bottom of each shoe. sloaeuge One pair will wear 9bs yj S-.- W. L. DOUULAH, 13 Y &. Urocktou, Mass. FOR. BALK BOWMER cents for extra heavy old Kentucky checks and stripes, roduced from 8 Five and a half cents for nice wool finish challlos, reduced from seven and a half cts. double width dross 24 cents for all wool goods, checks, stripes, reduced from 49c. 14 cents for flne, black Lawns, in stripes, patterns, reduced checks and grenadine from 25 and 20 conts. 10 cts for samo class, reduced from 15 cents. Our entire stoek of fine dress goods comprising Henriettas, all sbadoa. blaok Tamlse fine cloths, black Henriettas, Cashmeres, French Satins, while and figured all wool Albatros, and In fuct all our dress goodi of all kinds go in this groat Itoduction Sale. See these goods beforo you buy. It will j.ay you. iyt cents for fine quality sheer plain India Mull, reduced from 12 cents. 0 cents, fine quality India Linen, from 15c. 9 cents, fino quality India Liuon, from 15cc Octs. oheck and striped Muslins, from 15. 7o. for same, reduced from twolve cents. 5cti for a nice long towel reduced from 10o lOo fur misses' and children's blaok Lisle thread lioso, roducod from twenty five cts. So ladles' or gents' llsndkorcholfs, from lOo, 12o fino French Oingbams, reduced from 25, 10c. all new style dress Ginghams, from 15c 8o nico dress Qinghnmi, reduced from 12jc Wo show you a beautiful line of osrpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Tuble Linens, Towels, Napkins, Linen Throws, flne Smyrna Hugs, at prices which can not be duplioatod any where. Ton cents for a good whito wash Drush. Ten cents for a Ualvanized Wash bowl. Five cents for a large size Tin Wash Pan. Ten cents for Inrge nnmmered brass Walter. Ten conts for Tin Milk Can. Ten cents for galvanitod Lemon Squeeier. Five cents for a large fire Shovel. Five cents for paper of tacks. Ono lot of assorted patterns wall paper, at 3 and 4 cents. Sales, Don't forgot the Qreat lteduotion and place, i Pl VZ Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical EJ ulseases, a cute ana uukcwiu UA I.ATK ALICXANDEK'S HOTEL, TAKK1I, Diseases of tho Eyo, Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspopsia, Brhmt's Disease. Diabetes. Jvidnovs. THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Liver, Bladder, Chronic Female and Rates $2.50 Per Day. boxual Diseases. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Couit-IIou$cr H TB? WIMiAMB. KY. W. R. LOGAN, Manager, 0. If. Pimi-iikey- a A nm Middle-Age- d mini) ! LOUISVILLE, A. W. Tones, Positive Guarantee. J.J. - Sullivan, J. L. Maishall, Clerks. , Young and Sutlcring from Spermatorrhea nnd tinpotency as the result pf self abuse in jouth or excess in ) cars and other ciuscs, producing koiiic of the following effects: ns emissions, blotches, debility, nervousness, dizziness, confusion of Ideas, aversion to society, defective memory and sexual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for business or marriage, arc permanently cured by remedies not injurious. ma-tur- cr Men Wji. Oasleh. Brcckonrirtgo 0o CASLER Telephone 449, Ring 4. THE LOUISVILLE & PUIY1PHREY, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. 30 Second Street, between Mqin and Market. LOUISVILLE, KY. & ST. LOUIS AIH LIRE. Blood & Skin Diseases Syphilis and complications, as sore throat, fall-in- n oflnlr, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc,, nro perfectly cridlcntul without using mercury o other Injurious drugs. Gonnrrohca, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney troubles are- speedily cured by tre that has never failed. He undertakes no incurable cases, but cures thousands given up to die. Hciiieiuber the date unci come early, as his rooms are crowded wherever he stops. Consultation free. Corrcspomlcnec solicited and confidential. ADDKKSS, Medical & Sukoical Institute, No. 300 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. tho-blood- (L. B. &ST. L. B. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS West and - South-Wes- t. 16, 1888, Time:Gard in Effect Dec, HAMBLETON CLOVERPORT KY. Geo. Yeakel & Co., BItANDENDUUO, KY. Mrs. Oldildgot is much worried about her daughter. Tho other night alio kiss- ed her and tho young lady murmured in her sleep, "Oh, Charlie you've shaved off your mustach I" DoWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses increases tho nppollto nnd tones If you aro about to start on n journoy up tho system. "It has benefitted many you can't tako any better traveling com- pcoplo who havo sulTorcd from blood panion with you than a bottle of ' '0, O. 0. Certain Cough euro." Sold by J. Vr disorders. It will help you. Sold by O. W. Short, Owen. , Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m...9:00 p.tu...4:10 p.m. ...Ti25 ArrSt. Louli 7;45 9)50 p.m. Evansville 2:25 " tor further Information, call on or address, JOS. S.0DI0RNE, Oen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisvlllo, B. L. BRYANT, Ky. Porfeut action and porfccthonlth VeuU tiUlo'Ejirly from tho who Risers, a perfe'et little plH. Sold by Q. Tray. Puiig'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky, W. Short. ' " 7i -- fiitW.,