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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891090201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. w: In li Vint ly naili Mcitfy ni(l liberal purchnsera In tlita part of Hie country )ou can Jo It through tlieioluuinaoftlils piper. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVEEPOET, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEE 2, 1891. At Aunty's House. (Jam" Whltcomb Hllcy.) One time when we's at aunty'a house Way In the Country where Tlicy'a 1st but woods, an' pg and cows, - An' all out doors an1 air I An' orchard swing, an1 churry trees, An1 churrlesJn 'cm t Yen, an1 these Here birds steal all they please An' tctch 'cm If you dare I W'y wunst, one time when wc wur. there We et out on the porch I wuz shut Who where the ccll.ir-iloo- r The table wuz) .in' I .Let aunty set by me an1 cut My wlttica up an' pie. Tuz awful funny ! I could sec in the churry tree ; The An' beehives, where jou got to be So kecrful goln' by An coinp'ny there an' all ! and wc We ct out on the porch I An' 1 1st ct p'surves an' things 'At ma don,t 'low me to An'tliltkun glzzurds (don't like nlnjjs Like parunts docs, do you I) An' all the time the wind Mowed" there An' I could feel it In my hair, An' it smell clover ever'wherc I red-heared-hea- ! Don't depend n ncosl coveryou and your business. Keep constantly dlggl'g at them tHroujrti f thl the advertising column paptr. 1 VOL XVI. NO. 6. Wc arc now closing out our lino of HOW TO AVOID HYDROPHOBIA Wo have IT'S 1 Treatment of a Victim of a Dog's Bite While Awaiting a Doctor. If you nro unfortunate enough to bo just received a beautiful lino of i NOT SO!' Tuyno arc not in nusiness together as a great many people think. I am for myself and will say and conic to mo and .1 will show you that"! will sell you It. Miller & i Fiuit Cans, both Glass & Tin STEP STOVE, with 40 pieces of ware for $7.00. Hay Rakes, Sorgo Mills, Evaporators. Home-mad- e Tin Buckets at 15 cents. NAILS, CARTRIDGES, GUNS, SEWING MACHINES, BUILDING IIARDAVARE, ROAD CARTS. BUGGIES, HO, 7 BOX COOKING STOVE h oven for $11.00. I can and will sell goods cheaper than any house in Town. 20-inc- with Don't forget the place J. L. MILLER'S CLOVERPORT.KY OUR GREAT Reduction Sale &EQ. ! bitten by a dog, wosto notimc in sending for a physician. But tho wound requires instant attention. First, wash it immediately With clean, tepid water. If this is not readily obtainable, clean water of any tcmpeiaturo will answer. This will do until a physician arrives. If you should bo bo situated that a physician cannot attend you, then act : After flushing out tho wound with clean water, apply, by means of a glass dropper, a powerful antiseptic. I regard pcroxido of hydiogen (medicinal) as tho compound. Don't cauterize. In tny opinion it is a needlessly painful operation and is very seldom ac6omplished soon enough to prevent thb hydrophobic infection from taking place. Having applied tho antiHew An' a old septic (peroxide of hydrogen) to the sore Purt' nigh wlte ocr my high chair, tako care not to remove tho whlto foam When we ct out on the porch that will bo generated. Let it remain until it disappears, which will occur in a Guaranteed Curo for La Grippe. few minutes. This being done, a comWo authorize our advertised druggist press of absorbent cotton, soaked in the to Bell Dr. King's Now Discovery for peroxide of hydrogen, should be laid Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon over tho sore, w ith an of this condition. If you aro afllictud with oiled silk. La Grippe and will use this remedy acTwice every day the wound should be cording to directions, giving it a fair dressed in tho same manner, with the trial, and experienco no henefit, you may exception that tho peroxitjo of hydrogen return the bottle and have your money instead of being used full strength, should refunded. Wc make this offer, because bo diluted, half and half, with clean of the wonderful success of Dr. King's water tepid or filtered water being preNew Discovery during last season's epiferable. demic. Have heard of no case in which Tho subsequent treatment depends upit failed. Try it. Trial bottle free at on tho condition of tho dog that inflicted Largo sio tho wound. Don't kill tho animal unless G. W. Short's Drug Store. 50c. and $1.00. it show 8 evident symptoms of hydrophobia. Have it placed securely in a safe He Would Never Love Another place. If at the expiration of one week, Country. or not more than two weeks, it lias not Gen. Longstrcot says that on One of shown any abnormal symptoms, the tho long night marches in Virginia the patient need not fear. only way ho could get rest was to lie tIf, on the contrary the animal sickens down on the ground while the column and dies, tho patient should be treated nas passing and sleep for an hour or so. by the Pasteur method as quickly as posHe woke up just as tho stragglers were sible. The sooner the better. At the coining along in tho rear and heard an samo time tho contents of tho dog's old Georgia cracker soliloquizing about stomach and a portion of its spinal marthesituation : row, in glycerine, should .bo sent to the "I love my country and I'll fight for it Pasteur Institute, where experiments and I'll die for it, and I'll go naked and may decide whether tho animal died for it, hut when this war is with hydrophobia or not. over I'll bo cursed if I ever love another Should tho animal have been shot or country." ortherwise killed, it is advisable that tho patient should submit at once to tho Pasteur treatment, for two reasons ; first beIs Life Worth Living? Not if yougo through the world a dyspep- cause it is harmless ; second, because its tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets aio efficacy has been proved beyond a doubt a positive cure for the worst forms of over 15,000 persons having been inoculatDyspepsia, Jndigeston, Flatulency and ed since Pasteur's discovery. In case tho animal remains in good Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and "Witt health it is unnecessary that tho patient submit to inoculation. Ladies' Home & Mcador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Journal. d I over-coverin- g hare-foote- HATS, . IUI 1HLJEI boldw cost. SHOES, All things go cheap for and i CLOTHING. cah, and especially our 0BSLilk1 n: .,'' SUMMER LAWNS AND JM$ " GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. Wc must close them out by fall to givo room for our At prices that can't bo beat. Wo keep constantly on hand a nice line of v ' NE1W STOCK, o OK GOODS. Wc expect to handlo a lino of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed. Wc have on hand also, a splendid line of GROCERIES. At lowest prices, and are also Agents for the Drugs and Patent Medicines. Come in and give us a trial, and get n bargain in something need before this opportunity is gone you Respectfully, WITT MEADOR, IIARDINSBURG, KY. Celebrated McSherry Wheat Drill 4 r - Ami tho North Western Fcrtlizcrs Co's., r "HORSE SHOE" Brand of Fertlizer. 6 ft ' V frag ' P V IS 'g - Give us a call and you will never regret it. Respectfully, ,lf 1 MOORMAN & BEELER J GLENDEANE, KY. Scaring an jEnglishman. Fashion Notes. Colored undergarments aro tho mode. However, when white ones are preferred thoy aro trimmed in colors. Tlaid materials aro in great favor. Tho stripes are largo and In strong colors cut over diagonally by smaller stripes in ncgativojnics. in HA The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsbil prices can be found at Jk' 1 ')- 1 i'i d YMKEL & CO., BRANDENBURG, KY., A reduction In tbo prices of goods that will insure a large reduction In the slxu of our stock. We have more Spring goods than we should bare, at this (eason, and mast morn them at any loss. The most desirable goods in the house have been selected for the sacrifice, and at these prices Trill surely attract largo crowds of purchaser,). Here is a partial list of our wonderful attractions, and we hayo thousands of others just like tboui. CLOTHING. $lfi for our merchant tailor suits, reduced "" from 22 dollars. $12 for our fine suits, men' and youth's, reduced from $18. US for all suits in corkscrew, wo: 8 teds, &c, $9 reduced from $15. $7 49 for all suits all wool goods In chevoits, reduced from $12. $4 99 fur all wool suits for men and youths, nice goods, from $U. 49 cents for blue cottonado pants bull-do- g tnako. SHOES calf bropan, 'none such,' reduced from $1,110, .98 for a good full stock brogon, reduced from $1 25. $1 4U for men's sowed shoes, in all styles and sites, formely $2. A full line of Buell & Sons celebrated Shoes for men and boys, all styles and sizes at greatly reduced prices. $ 24 for ladies' bright Dongola kid Shoes with or without patent tip, in button or in front Inco. These are One goods, reduced A largo stock of ladlos' from "two dollars. low shoes, all styles, to oloso them out, at ,and below cost. $1 24 fur our best Last year this country exported 9,000-00- 0 pounds of butter, and wo received 17J cents per pound for it, and then had to pay the freight and all other expenses out of that. Denmark sent 200,000,000 pounds to tho same markets and was paid 20J cents per pound for it. Wo used .'100,000,000 pounds of butter for soap grease in this country because it wasvtoo poor to bo eaten. New York Stato alono used up $8,000,000 worth of hay in feeding cows to warm barnyards during the daytime. As. much mora good hay was as good as wasted in feeding dry cows that should have been making Tho loss of butter. alternate freezing and thawing, drying and soaking of cows in the winter time to make them hardy and strong can not bo estimated. Now is it not about time for tltis foolishness of our grandfathers was stopped and that wo accept tho now gospel and follow dairyman with common sense. Tho now principles and anvanced thoughts in dairyman are to bo accepted and practiced by all and that is what they were studied out for. Tho dairyman must dairy it tho yenr round and stop going into winter quarters to eat up what was made in tho sum mer. r. V. (Jurus. 30-ce- nt Don't storm tho system as you w ouhl a fort. If held .by the enemy, constipation, gently persuade it to surrender with o DoWitt's. Little Early Risers. Theso pills aro wonderful convincers. Sold by G. W. Short. lit-tl- A Clever Husband Loving Wife "You have no idea how well Mrs. Spenditall looks in her new bonnet, dear?" Thoughtful Husband "Sho does not look half as well in it as you do in your old one." By this simple but neat remark tho "Thoughtful Husband" was enabled to go to tho races and loso ?r0 with tho comfortable) belief that lid had quit even. Lifo. Can't Sleep Nights Is tho complaint of thousands suffering from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English Remedy? It is tho best preparation known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a positivo guarantco at 25c. and 50c. by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & MeaJor, Hardinsburg, Ky. A Natural Conclusion. is natural that those who have been It deceived by tho various nostrums that aro continually offered to tho public Dry-Good- s should demand a more substantial tes6 cents for extra heavy old Kentucky timonial than tho simplo declaration of checks and ttripes, reduced from 8 Five and a half cents for nlco wool finish those who are interested in tho Bale of a challles, reduced from seven and a half cU. Recognizing tho justice of 24 cents for all wool double width dross medicino. goods, oheoks, stripes reduced from 49o. this domand, tho Swift, Specific (S. S. S.) 14 cents for fine, black Lawns, in stripes, Company, of Atlanta, have embodied in checks and grenadine patterns, roduced pamphlet form n few of tho moro notefrom 25 and 20 cents. 10 cts for same dues, reduced from 15 cents. worthy testimonials that have como to Our entire stock of fine dross goods com This pamphlet tothem unsolclttd. prising Henriettas, all shades, black Tutnlso gether with other interesting mattor, cloths, black UenrloMas, Cashmeres, fine Trench Satins, white and .figured nil woel they will take pleasure in sending to Albatros, and in fact all our dress goods of "Write to the S. S. S. Comall kinds go in this great Koductlon Sale. any address, pany, DiaworS, Atlanta, Georgia. See these goods before you buy. It will Rapid American Life. Wo aro reminded how quickly ovents becomo ancient by tho death of Mrs. and Notions M. j,ay you. 1Yi cents' for fine quality sheer plain India Mull, reduced from 12 cents, 9 cents fine quality India Linen, from 15o. 9 cents, fino quality India Linen, from 15cc Acts, check and striped Muslins, from 15. la. for tame, reducod from twelve cents. Sets for a nice long towel reducod from lOo lOo fur misses' and children' blaek Lisle thread Hose, reduced from twenty five cts from 10c. 5o ladies' cr gents' Handkerohelfs, I2je fino Fronch (linghams, reduced from 25. 10a, all new style dress Ginghams, from 15o 8o nice dress Ginghams, reduced Irum 12Jo We show you a beautiful line of carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Table Linens, Towols, Napkins, Linen Throws, fine Smyrna Hugs, at prioes which oan not bq duplicated any where, Ten cents for a good white wash Brush. Ten cents for a Ualvanlted Wash bowl. Five cents for large sise Tin Wash Pan. Ten cents for targe hammered Lruis Walter, Ten eents fur Tin Milk Can. Ten cents for galvanized Lemon Squeezer. Flvo oents for a largo fire Shovel. Five oents for paper of tacks. One lot of Assorted patterns wall paper, af 3 and 4 cents. Don't forget the Great Reduction Sales, and place, A Rare Genius. Jinks "That man does not look very smart, and yet youjjay lie has made a million," Ho's a genius. Winks "Smart? He's a great inventor." "You don't Bay so? What did ho inapplo barrol vent?" "He invented-ahold scarcoly anything at all. that won't Now York Weekly. n -- Good Looks. . Good looks aro more than Bkiu deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all the, vital organs. If tho Liver bo inactive, you have a bilious look, if your stomach bo' disoreded you Imvo a look, and if your Kidneys bo affected you havo a pinched look. Securo good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bittors is the great aldys-popt- lo Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURO, KY. terative and Tonic acts directly on theso vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Bolls and gives a good complexion. Sold atG. W. Short's Drug Store, 50c. per bottle. James K. Polk. Polk's administration seems almost as far off as tho Trojan war, and yet his widow has just died. So many great ovents have come beA Book That Solves tho Deepest tween our time and Polk's that ho seems problems. liko a flguro of the ancient world. BosBible is so woven into our literaTho ton Globe. ture that it can not bo taken out. Shakespeare, tho most versatilo writer DoWitt's of Investigate their merits". the world, quotes tho Biblo moro Littlo Early Risers don't gripe, causo hundred times. In every ono nausea or pain, which accounts for their than five tfie ,Bjblo Is cited in some G. Wr. Short says thoy of his plays popularity. portion of his writings. Instances of would not run a drug store without other great writers were adduced to theso littlo pills, show their dependence upon tho Scriptures for their spirit and excellence. Tho wife of Senator Carlisle is ono of Hero is a book that meets human needs tho most popular women in Washington above all others unlformoly and eternalsociety, renowned throughout official ly. Tho best proof of "anything is praccircles for her easy graciousness and tical application. Without it we should royal hospitality. Sho is a Kentucky havo no light of salvation and no hope woman, and, though not handsome, her of resurrection. Tho questions which our tact, wit and kindness of manner make consciousness puts to us as to tho sin her a charming hostess. Mrs. Carlisle and tho wants of tho bouI no phllosphy is ambitious, as sho is cultivated; and classifies; Philosphy can answor. sho is hor husband's valued and most Christianity Philanthropy cures. trusted counsellor in all important teaches lovo,for our followmen, but Christianity along with it teaches Iqvo for God. Hero is a book that solves our A Child Killed. deepest problems, and is to givo us Another child killed by tho uso of opi- peaco in death, showing its adaptation ates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. to all of human wants and aspirations. Why motUora glVe their children such Men may talk as they pleaso about the deadly poison is surprising when they unscientific character of somo of tho can relieve tho child of its peculiar trou- scriptures, but so long as tho Bible goes bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. on answering to tho wants of the soul no It contains no opium or morphine. Sold philosophy or skepticism can touch it. by G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and Its revelations of grace and of truth must remain with us forever. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. mat-tor- s. There was a very green Englishman at West Point, Ga., who was talking about purchasing land near by for a peach orchard, and as ho strolled around the drummers who depot tho happened to meet there put up a job on him. One of them borrowed a coat and Already the day of light dress goods is hat of a farmer, tooV tho catridges out of his revolver, ami itli tho weapon waning. They preserved nouo of the held aloft in his hand ho suddenly elements of permanent popularity. and yell- Thoy wero not generally becoming, were jumped into tho waiting-roosoon soiled and are now fast becoming ed: I'm a cantankerous old passe. "Whoop fighter from tho headwaters of Fighting The brief popularity of tho cabchon is Creek I'm half boss and half alligator! over and embroidery of fino jot is taking I'm down on everything that walks on its place. Capes of soft bengalino shaptwo legs, paiticularily Englishman! ed like the cloth capes worn in the Whar's the bloody, bloomin' Briton who spring aro ornamented with fine cut jet called mo a liar?" embroidery. "What's tho row about?" inquired At tho fashionable casinos cither tho Englishman, as lie came to a halt small capotes mado entirely of flowers and faced about. are wornorgaue toques covered with "Whoop! I've fit in three wars and jewels, either real or imitation as tho kept a graveyard of my own tho rest ease may be. They arc very dressy, of the time?" shouted tho terror, as and much inoro convenient for thoso marrow-bone- s and beg my pardon if you who diuico than large hats. want to live two minutes longer 1'' A mantlo "dawn'thavc to, 70 knaw!" drawled transparent much worn at Newport is of crepon in tan and gray squared tho Briton, cool as ice, and he shades. It is cut bias throughout and off and landed a thumper on tho drumhas a single scam taken bias down tho mer's nose, which piled him over among meal and dazed middle of tho hack. It falls only to tho tho sacks of cotton-seewaist or low on tho hips, as is preferred him so that he couldn't speak for tho by the w carer. . next flvo minutes. Wo had to hold the Brocades aro moro elegant and, if pos"foreigner" to keep him from following up, and when tho drummer had been sible, richer than ever. Gigantic flowers sponged off and" brought to ho sat down aro thrown in wide Btripes over tho on a baugago truck and held his noso satin. Great snow balls are brocaded and reflected for a long timo. Then ho on a light gray ground, hugo white, yellow' or pink chrysanthemums are slowly remarked : thrown up on mai.e, pale green or gray "When you fellows get through being grounds. tickled perhaps you can explain at just Tho tailor gown of homespun or of what stage of the game tho bolt run checkered chevoit is tho conventional off!"-- Ex. traveling dress, rivaled only in popularity by tho skiitand jacket of English Wo cannot afford to deceive you. Confiserge, with a washing eilk blouse; but dence Is begotten by honesty. DoWitt's for short journeys cars in drawing-rooLittle Early Risers aro pills that will almost any handsome, plainly mado curo constipation and sick headache. walking dress is entirely suitable. Sold by G. W Short. half-do7c- n m 1 ! We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, $6.50, $7.50, 89.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, ?2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Tics, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Hames and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examine our stock. D ) HAMMMMS ' People with impure blood may bo suid Louisville, St, Louis 4 Texas to exist, not live. Lifo is robbed of half Its joys when tho blood is loaded with Correct this impurities; and disease condition with DoWitt's Sarbiiparilla, it by G. W. Short. is reliable.-S- old Tailing Effect R. R, Co, nsro. TIME SCHEDULE At 5:00 o'clck A. U. Wednesday July 29. '01 Weit Bound M is. , BUY YOUK Traim Ea$t Bound Traim d S HI W h JR, TS Malt A Hxpr'g Kxpr's FKOITI J. D. BARRAGE. 8 08 8 17 8 20 M Mall X Kxpr'a Expr'. Dally Dull) Daily Dally' 025pm Slfiim Iv.Un'n Di't..ar 105 9 Mpis 0 40 8 20 Kentucky St. 12 50 850 7 20 91W 1J 10pm 810 Wcktl'oint 7 24 12 07pm 8b7 Howard ai 7IW 918 uocklluNcn llWim 764 7 47 Long Hranch 1143 7 47 91 7 57 7,37 935 IlrandenburK 11 SJ 8 01 9 38 Miaile Springs 1128 7 32 STATIONS 10 01 952 9 44 8.H 8 4.1 862 8 59 9 0S 9 10 9 38 9 60 10 03 1010 10 10 10 20 1010 1018 102il 10 10 10 10 33 41 45 48 Gustnn Irvitigton I.odiburt? Suu.ple Stcphcnaport AililUon Holt Kkrin 1123 1114 1063 7 20 HOT) 10 48 717 067 0 48 Wibktir l'kne 1037 1033 10 20 10 22 G39 031 0 20 912 931 019 0 14 1102 1107 1118 1127 CIocrport Shops Sklllman Kalcon 1019 1005 10 111 011 5 62 6 41 5 31 5 22 667 9 47 9 29 924 9 20 Hawi-sUll- m A pamphlet of Information andnb- airaci oi iDa laws, snowing tion 10, .UDiain I'aienis, tareuu, xnuie II 3-- 1141 1145 1162-m IMrlo 938 913 865 8 42 8 33 .Maita, coprngnts, imi jrtt. .i.MH MUNN A UUi .301 Urondway, Wew VorK. 1027 1044 1068 11 OS 1210pm 12 12 12 12 23 32 41 Lcwiaport Owenaboro Mnttitigly Stanley Worthlnuton Spottkvlllc Tlusketts lv Cnce I'owcn l'ates 610 512 600 44!) 4 4 4 4 37 An exchange tells a good 0110 on a farmer. Ho wont to town and purchased a now suit of clothes, placed tho bundle on tho seat behind him and started homo. When ho reached a bridgo over 1120 1129 1138 1165 12 05pm oriler-In- jr your paper chunked alivay Rlvo tho oltl a well an llio Louisvi'lCjHardinsburg Sl Western AMvavM give now adUrcMN. county and State. If your the creek tho idea struck him that it No. 2 TIME TABLE. would be a great surpriso to discard his paper U not received rcuularlr, no uililrobN of poM-offlc- o, Ulinniro of iidtlrch. When 1220im 102 118 120 1 52 819 810 800 7 42 7 34 7 20am 28 1'. 00 348 40pm ar.Henilcrs'n 3 41 3 33 320pm R, Fl, old patched clothes and go homo in a now suit. Ho pulled off his old duds and fired them into tho crock picco at a time. When ho had nothing on' but a shirt ho reached for tho packago, but It was no longer in tho wagon! As tho night was chilly ho wont homo at a two-fort- y gait. Ho surprised his family completely, and the next morning when ho went out and found tho packago hanging on tho bieak handle of his wagon, ho was somewhat surprised himself. A tlfy UN. BANK OF TAKING EFFECT West Hound Trains Dally Dally ex Sun. ex Sun. No. 5 No. 1 JULY 29, 1801. ICaat Hound Trains STATIONS, HAHDIHSBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. B. F. DKAltD, President. Daily Dally ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 6 1130 ml Lv lrvlriL'ton 12 10pm Gartitld 12 25 Harned 12 45 HardlnMiurn- Ar - 9 45am 8 31 7 45 7 09 810 053 621 0 09 6 Slam 4 65 4 44 4 30 WILL MILLER, I 4 00a in M. II, BEAUD, Cashier. quaint writer tolls of a very good prayer which was onco offered: A Q. W. BKAHD 1 - Directors. brother was praying with much noiso MORKIS ESKHIDUE R. M. JOLLY. J for faith "soul faith, faith, Headquarters for IVTEKEST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. faith." Thero was a quaint ftieud near him, to whom tho noisy DoWitt's Sareaparilla destroys such brother owed a largo bill. "Amen," said tho friend, "Anion, and givo us a poisons as scrofula, skin disease, eczema, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Midi g faith too." All other .kinds rheumatism, Its timoly uso saves many igan Plaster, Salt. Lime, Coal Oil of faith aro nothing without this honest lives. Sold by G. W. Short. by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, faith. Kcjiow your Bubscripiton now. I & you can't send a dollar for a year send You never tried DoWitt'B Littlo Early 50 cts. for six months or 2.' cents for Brick, Plow Handles, Pipe Flooring al Risers for constipation billiousncss, sick threo months. ways kept on hand. Orders achcadacho or you would not havo theso companied by cash prompt diseases. Sold by G. W. Short. Uuy tho Monarch shirt. If AIM Kirk " Jolly Olcndcunc Dempster 2 05 2 30pm ar FjllaltouKti lv 315 llockvnlc 3 27 Kuth 3 37 Aakina 62 Oaks 4 30pmA r Kordaville I,v 118 132 153 415 GREGORY & CO., Bin-killi- dovil-drillin- g Reapers and Mowers, Fine Poplar Shinglet debt-payin- f menrjdge News. DNESD1'. SEPTEMBER 2, .rrttl'MT. f"l HARD1HSBURG DEPARTMENT. If they would putsomo of that sUuT into our gas well that blc up "ell BRANDENBURG. " 1891 V. U.HAIIHAGtt L, H. &..W. QOIMO JN?' tiAnn fcrie rvi ! t ...... Proprietor.. n.l TIMETABLE. E4lter wist. - rjSTst. Ij. &T. L.ecal Tlmo Card. 10.(15 PnMonger Dally arr. Hardlnsburg..l2:Q5 p.m. OOINO KABT. pill and SzpTMi going Eait W " " West " Bzpran " East Local Freight V 11.07 a.m. 5.58 p.m. a.m. Pnnonger Dally atr. Hardinsburg.. 8:55 a.m. " " East.7.'.7.'.lM9 o'.m! 10.0S a.m. West BecWs. Davis Quilter is tho best thing out. Clothing at your own prico at Beard : fc , The Itret frost of the season foil in DAkota lost wcbk. Saturday. 200 "Wallace Skilhnan returned homo last per month is made by selling The Brcmakcr-Moor- o Taper Company, Davis Quilter.. ' of Loutavillo, has failed for $230,002. Jim Hook has gone to Louisvillo to Emzaiikthtown has a canning factory, which is now running to its full capacity and making 10,000 cans a day. that nothing has happened yet in the Clovcland family and that possibly G rover has lost his notch-stick. It is said Major Tillman, cashier of the defunct 'Falls City Bank, Louisville, is a defaulter ..to the amount of $37,000 and has fled to Canada. ItAiLnoAD Commissioner Jno.T. llagor has tendered his resignation to Governor Bucknor. Tbo Governor after accepting Hat. Adam's resignation as Secretary of State, appointed him to the vacancy. Hon. John Young Brown was inaugurated Governor of Kentucky at Frank- -' fort yesterday with grand and imposing ceremonies. His Cabinet is as follows : Secretary of State, John AV. Hcadloy, of Assistant Secretary of State, S. A. Norman, of Graves; Adjutant General, A. J. Gross, of Breckenridge ; Private Secretary, Arch I). Brown, of Henderson. remain permanently. Mrs. A. M. DeJcrnetto has moved into her now houso in tho west end. Mrs. It. M. Jolly, Irvington, was visiting Mr. J. B. Hcnsloy last week. Ladies you are specially invited to call and see Davis.Quiltcr work. Mrs. SrS. Pnyno and daughter havo returned to their homo in Ohio. Mr. Arthur Board tho popular drummer was in the city last Saturday. Itev. Father Pike has been having repairs put on the Catholic church. Tho Catholics will give a picnic in their grove near town next Saturday. Mrs. Nannio Wathen was here last week a few days visiting her mother. Mr. John Hook has moved into the Miller property in tho south end of Gato perhaps thoy could raiso somegetthing. As tho thing stands now its and besides Jeff ting .very uncertain Hook is getting tired looking at tho holo. Mr. John P. Haswcll tho Postmaster of this placo was consulted last Saturday in regard to tho lato order of tho Postmaster General which requires postmasters living at tho county scnts to visit in tho county and all tho report thereon. Mr. Haswcll mako a said ho had just received tho order and hadn't had much timo to think about it. Ho thought it would bo a considerable job though to visit all tho ofiiccs and incur tho cxponso himself. Thcro aro offices in tho county and it would tako somctlmo to visit all of them. His report must bo in by tho, post-oillc- Miss Addio Ditto has returned to Louisvillo. Mrs. J, L. Maliu leaves foi Pinovillo Do You thirty-seve- n ' Indiana Democrats will present the name of Isaac P. Gray to tho next National Convention, and will urge his nomination for tho first place on the ticket, Bays an Indianapolis correspondent of tho Chicago Herald. Governor Gray is going to be a considerable factor in tho contest leading up to that nomination, no matter where nor upon whom tho conventions choice may fall. 1U i i.ito ads smashups are becoming and more frequite common quent an travel increases. In North Carolina the otlior day tho rails on a railroad bridge spread ns the train ladencd with human freight was passing over it, dumping the whole cargo into tho creek below, a distance of fifty feet, killing sixty people instantly. Hero on the Texas wo aro not free from disaster, but fortunately for that company, no lives have been sacrificed ns yet. now-a-days, lGth of October. Tho Colored Teachers' Institute held hero last week was n success in overy Like all now things it was tho sense. subject of much speculation, but a short observation of theirwork was sufficient to convince any ono, of tho earnest desiro of tho Colored Teachers to raiso, their professional standard to n dignified piano. Prof. John II. Jackson, of tho State Normal, was conductor and ho was assisted by his wife, an educated, refined and accomplished lady. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, in giving their methods of teaching, exhibited plans that were unquestionably valuable to all teachers, white or colored, and displayed a knowledge of tho art and Corydon fair. science of pedagogy that comes only by Mr.Chas. Drury and sister, Miss Lena, town- years of experience and dovotcd applca-tio- n Valuable Real visited their sister, Mrs. John Frakes, An agency for some county on Davis to tho teacher's work. All the week. Quilter will beat tho best farm in tho pnlnnxl tnnnliors of this COUIlty and a hero last Mr. Jim Smith left for Colorado last county. number from Meado were in nttendanco Mr. G. P. Jolly has been confined to nnd they manifested an exemplary in- week, his family will remain here for When called some timo yet. his homo by sickness for. the past two terest in their profession. offered no excuses, Miss Mattio Leo Moremen we'nt,to' weeks. into discussion thoy responded promptly, and every Bowloy villo tho latter part of If you don't sco what you want in tho but News this week it is because it didn't thought and thcro were many good to visit her aunt, Mrs. Chas. Drury. ones was expressed in creditable lanMiss Georgia Moremen left Saturday happen. guage. Tho whole work displayed nativo for a visit of several weeks in Bardstown, Mr. Frank Bcavin, Clovcrport, was which if proporly de- she will also attend tho Elizabethtown hero last week and qualified as county tact and talent, veloped will insure tho future well being fair. Surveyor. of the Negro race. Tho Institute closed Mrs. Henry Harrington was called to Go to Mrs. Monroe at Monroe & Son's Friday with a lecturo at the Court-hous- o Louisville Sunday by the sovoro illness storo for fancy goods, ladies' dress trimnight, by Prof. JnckBon, that was nn ex- her brother, Mr. Summers, who has mings, etc. cellent specimen of logic and diction. typhoid fever. As administrator of the cstato of Hensley and Jolly report that they Brcckenridgo county can justly bo proud T. N. Warfiold, deceased, I will Hon. A. W,Moromen'shorseIIcrmont, havo sold seventy-fiv- e tons of fertilizers of this branch of educational interest. took two first premiums and Addio D. offer for sale until November 1st, the present season. Wednesday. Mr. Albert S. Itichardson has returned from Vino Grove. Miss Eva Itichardson is visiting Miss Lena Itichardson. Miss Maud Herndon lias returned from a visit to Clovcrport. ( t Mr. D. W. Fairleigh and family returned to Louisvillo Saturday. Mr. Davis Young nnd daughters, of Sandy Hill, spent Sunday here. Messrs. John Frakes and Clias., Drury attended tho Corydon fair two days. Three of Mr. William Allen's family aro seriously ill with typhoid fover. Miss Gcorgio Moremen took first pre mium on plush nnd silk crazy quilt. Mr. Mason McMoniglo and Miss Ina Malin spent Saturday in Big Spirng, Mrs. Andy Bickcrstaff and Miss "Ohio Adkisson spent last week at Corydon. Mr. J. D. Babbago and family visited Messrs. Abo and William Ditto last week. Mr. Tim Simmons has another Dcmo-orin his" family, a son, born Friday night. Prof. Frank McAuliffo and family will occupy a portion of Mrs. M. G. Green's residence. Mr. J.S. Moremen exhibited tho horses from Glen Fount Stock Farm at tho nt Finest when Do You Want Freshest ! HOUSED A FARM ? A Want LOT? y ""H- - DO -- You Want Icc Crcamon a warm day is, a dish for the gods. ' But Its is A Good Dwelling? you don't want to go, toslecp1 between mouthfuls. movement should be, from freezer to mouth direct. It Do You Want I Finest When Freshest. A Tobacco Warehouse? All located in and near Cloverport. If so now is your chance state 'A hot juicy beefsteak is another delicacy. But if you think there is no added charm hi the fact of its being " Fresh from the Broiler," just let tlfat steak lie around for awhile.- It's now the same steak still, but, Great.-Scottswhat a change. Just so it is with the f; '" - k HUES&LOTS That must be last-wee- k SOLID 1891, GROCERIES - You usccvery day,, arc you sure they arc of the, Fresh-estif .iot you should purchase of " " , - It appears the from an article wo tako from al Courier-Journthis week that Governor Bucknor will not bo in the race for Congress from this district noxt year. The News would not favor Governor Buckncrs candidacy if ho wcro disposed to enter tho race. Thcro arc numbers of men in the Fourth district wo would prefer to him. Tho truth is, it is ance. about time that Brcckenridgo county Win, II. Bell has closed out his store should furnish a represcnativo to Conhero and goes with his brother, Mat, to gress from tho Fourth district, and it betako charge of tho boarding cars on the hooves tho party to hustle him out. Jesse "Whitworth was elected Secretary of tho Methodist Sunday school last Sunday. "Wiat Stinnett living near Lost Bun church died suddenly last Saturday. Ho was eighty years old. More money mado in selling Davis Quilter than any other business, give it a trial and be convinced. Life is short and time is precious, so get an agency for Davis Quilter and make you some big money quick. Now is tho time to get into a money making business. So secure nn agency for Davis Quilter at Hardinsburg, Ky. Miss Maggio Shumate arrived last Saturday to tako chargo of tho primary department in Prof. Shacklctt's school. Tho Baptist Association meets hero tho 17th inst. It is expected that thcro will be about forty preachers in attendMr. Although tho Alliance Party was riddled and routed from first to last and start to finish in tins county at tho late election, yet some of them continuo to boast as to what they intend to do for the Democracy in tho future. Yes, chin music is cheap, and that's what they have had too much of for their own good Our advise is to the Alliance to get out of politics and stick to tho principles of their order. Down in Mississippi, where they aro into it on a big scale, tho leaders have come to blows and a dissolution of the Alliance is imminent. Texas. Mr. James Bishop will move his fam ily to Louisvillo tho 12th of this month. Mr. Stuart DeJcrnetto has rented his property. Mr. T. C. Craigg, Louisville, was in tho city last Saturday. Ho has commen- s" . ced buying hickory timber on tho L, II. & W. railroad. It is said that thcro is now ono hundred car loads of timber and other freight down on tho L. II. & W. ready to bo run out. People don't care how much freight Mr. McCrackcn runs out over this road but they disliko very much to bo forced The numerous speeches made by Presi- to ride behind it. dent Harrison last week from tho platTho standard Horse and Cattle Food form of his private car, while passing sold by Beard & Bcelcr is practical, re. through tho state of Iowa, were such as liable, healthful and economical. Now pleased his hearers, and brought forth is tho time to use it. rounds of applause. As a speaker tho Try a box of the Standard Horse and President might bo considered a success, but as politician and a leader of his Cattle Food sold by Beard and Bceler. party, lie is Bet down as failure. His Begin its use while your stock is healthadministration has been a blank, so far ful and keep ofF disease Do you want a suit of "clothes very as uniting his party upon any definite line of policy is concerned during tho cheap ? If so, now is your timo. Beard last four years, and they say he must go. i&Beeloraro offering great bargains in Blaine is about tho tallest man in the their clothing department. Republican camp just now, and ho will Mrs. Felix Monroo has ope'ned up a walk into their next National Convenfull lino of ladies' furnishing goods, dress tion with nn immense following if ho trimmings, etc., in tho room nbovo F. wants it. Monroo & Son's storo. Givo her a call. Ladies, you can mako a nico eight The Courier-JournBays, "Governor pound comfort in ono half of an hour's Buckncr's friends in tho Fourth Con- timo and a nico quilt in ono hour's timo gressional district arc talking about run- on your own sowing machino with Davis ning him for Congress, and aro hunting Quilter. up precedents to show 'that a seat in Mr. James Durham is ono of tho most Congress lias not been thought beneath tho dignity of oilier But successful tobacco raisers in the county. Governor Bucknor himself entertains no Last Friday ho sold fivo hogsheads to such ambition. He will rctiro to his W.J. Dean A, son, Glendenne, which farm in Hart county as soon as released brought him $98100. Mr. Melville Eskridgo came up from from his duties as delcgato to the Constitutional Convention, and will spend Owensboro last Thursday to visit his tho winter there, leaving next spring relatives here. Ho has had a nrottv with Mrs. Buckner and young Bolivar for sevcro attack of typhoid fover, but is a two years' tour in foreign lands. Ho recovering rapidly. had intended to start earlier, but has It is reported that there is to bo two been compelled to change Ins planB. weddings in this town beforo Christmas. Governor Buckner was in this city a Sorry wo can't hear of any more. Don't short timo last week looking pleased at know bo well about these two but thoy tho prospect of an early reloaso from say one of thorn's ago certain. official cares. Ho says ho has no desiro Dr. D. C. Aycre, of Glcnvillo, LcLcan for n scat in Congress.',' county, was in tho city a fow days last week visiting Dr. O.N. Moscly. Thoy Doatistry. wcro school-mate- s together in tho CinDr. J. P. Williams, of tho ofiico of Dr. cinnati Medical Collcgo a fow years ago. W. B. Armandt, Owensboro, Ky., will bo Killing dogs has been a luxury to in Clovcrport, September 21st, 1801, and some people about this town for a week, will remain three days. All parties desiring first-clas- s dental work will do Tho Marshal gets fifty cents for overy well to call on him at Dr. S. 8.. Wntkins' dead dog hodrags off tho street and ho ofiico, and you will bo treated iKilitcly, doesn't enro if tho business continues until Christmas. Coleman Haswoll has got good work at reasonable prices. had his old fuseo loaded for a dog for Davis Quilter is sold all over tho tho last two wcekB hut nono have wanUnited States. dered his wav. al first premium, in general utility ring at tho Corydon fair. Rev. Hagan, who has been assisting Rev. Willett in tho protracted meeting here, is an earnest worker and the services were well attended. Tho meeting at tho Baptist church closed Sunday night "with several addi tions. They wero immersed Sunday after the morning services. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Caspcrke, Mr. and Mrs. Eunuctt Coleman, Mr. Wright nnd dnughter, Dr. Melton, Will Woolfolk and Will Atwcll took in tho Corydon fair last week. Mrs. Agnes Rickctts, who has been hero for a week past received a tclephono message lato Friday afternoon, stating that her grandson, Curtis Black, son of Sold by Druggists, 7oc. Dr. Black, of Louisvillo, and student at Kentucky Medical Institute, had been GUSTON. shot, sho left immediately for Louisville. Mr. Matt. Saunders and daughter, of Ilnvo heard nono of tho particulars. Elizabethtown, aro visiting Mr. J. B. TOBINSPORT, IND. Smith. of Louisville, is Mr. Willio Brown, Farmers aro busy plowing for wheat. taking a short vacation near our town Thomas Leaf has returned from Illintliis week. ois. Mr. Sam. W. Carden, of Fordsville, is Dr. Morrill mado a flying trip hero spending a few days with his uncle, Mr. last week. It. J. Patteson. Mr. Nat. Ahl has returned to his homo The dance given last Friday night by in Illinois. Messrs. Osborne fe Adkinson wns quite Hal AVeathcrholt visited relatives in a success and largely attended. Owensboro last week. Miss Carrie Hall, who mado such a Miss Carrie Kreisler, of Tell City, is short stay with Miss Lula Lewis, of Branthe guest of Miss Mattio Allen. denburg, is now visiting at the Falls of Bosloy, tho shoo drummer, was interRough. It is a caution to notice tho miscel- viewing our merchants this wt:ek. Mrs. Fannio Groves, of Newburg, Ind., laneous oxprces that daily leaves our platform, our merchants are dealing visited her brothers, Waldo and Conrad in everything from a lamo gooso to a car Simons, iho past week. load of wheat, that is tho way to keep Georgo Tolk, our trustee, spent last a town alive and may thoy continue to week in Rome putting now benches in do so. the Romo school houso. Messrs. It. M. Jolly and W. G. Piggott Fred Mooko, representing Carter Bros, interest in notion houso of Louisville, paid our merhave purchased a the Irvington flouring mill, nnd knowing chants a visit a few days ago. them to bo clever and straightforward Miss Esther Auckerman, of Rome, business men, wo feel assured of their after a pleasant visit with her cousin, success in their new undertaking. Miss Mary Groves, has returned home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eli II. Dean, of tho Falls Mre.,Jennio Simons and son, John, and of Hough, aro visiting Mrs. Dean's father, Misses Muttio and Maggio Allen, spent Mr. John Fisher. For fine grapes, water Sunday in Tell City, the guests of Mr. melons, pears and true hospitality one and Mrs. Kreisler. They also attended need not go any f uitlier than Mr. Fisher's tho Sangcrfest, which they say was exfor wo havo been thcro and fully know cellent. whereof wo speak. Notice. Thcro was a great gamo of baso ball played in tho Snndy Hill neighborhood I havo closed out my stock of drugs to last week, between tho Garnetsvillo nnd Short & Haynes. I now desire to Bottlo Webster teams, tho score standing 11 to n up all my outstanding accounts and ask in favor of tho Websters Thcro wero those indebted to mo to call at onco nnd several fino doublo plays made, hut the settle. J. W. Owen. most notable features of tho gamo wero tho two wild ballB captured by Messrs. For Sale or Exchange for a Farm. Kurtz and Skilhnan, nnd by the way I will soil or exchange my property In Clothcro aro no flies on Douglas of Garnctts-vill- o Be are of Ointments for Cararrh that contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy tho sense of smell and completely dcrango tho wholo system when entering it through Such articles tho mucous surfaces. should novcr bo used except on prescriptions from reputablo physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains-nmercury, and is taken internally, and acts directly upon tho blood and mucous In buying surfaces of tho system. Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you get tho genuine. It is taken internally, and mado in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &Co. do-p- ot two-third at private 6r public. sale, tho following described property in and near tho city of Cloverport ; A Tract of 190 Acres More or less of good land, lying on Clover Creek, three miles from Cloverport, near tho John Hardin Also place, with improvements. 100 acres Woodland lying near tho abovo tract. This is fine land, produces well and will be sold at a bargain. - VBX OF THE 160 Acre Tract iHardinskrg , Normal .'. Institute: i In Hancock county, near Patesvillo with improvements, occupied at This this timo by Ben Shadrick. is also a fino tract of land with good improvements small farmer. body. and suitable for a A. bargain for some- One Lot with Large use Monday, August 31st, 1891. The Spring term of sixteen weeks will begin Monday, January 18th, '92. Tho Summer torm of eight weeks will begin Monday, May 6th, '92. Tuition in Primary Course, The Fall term of twenty weeks will begin on it Near tho upper landing in the city of Cloverport, capable of handling a million pounds of tobacco. TUITION FEES ' s - One House and Lot Other Courses 3,00 " All Tuition Fees must bo paid in advance, "unless otherwisV arranged. No reduction for absence unless caused by sickness. " " " Elementary Courso Intermediate Courso . $1.00 per month. " '2.00 " 2.50 in said city, fronting on High street running back 400 feet to Houston Board can bo had in private families at $2.25 to $2.50 per week or Railroad street, with a two story including fuel and lights. dwelling and L and othor outTho Principal has had marked success at this point, and by the buildings, occupied at present by aid of tho people wo hope to achieve a great deal moro. We can givo A. S. English as a private hotel. pupils ovejy advantage hero that thoy can got at any school. For further information address A Tract of 10 Acres, R. P. SHACKLETT, Prin., of unimproved property lying within tho corporate limits of Cloverport. Terms reasonable. Call on the undersigned in Cloverport. hardinsburg,' ky. J. R. JOHNSON, DEALER F. FEAIZE, Adm'r, T. N. WARFIELt), Dec. Also for sale ono I-N- Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Years Old. in Stephensport. House, and Lot 95 Acres of good land on Bull Crock, near John AJil's, with improvements. CHOICE WINES. . vcrport, West End, consisting of store room and dwelling of fourteen rooms and all necesYour correspondent had tho plcasmo sary also a good livery stable, on tho 26th inst. of seeing on tho farm of containing thirty stalls. The lot Is 100x150 Mr. M. N. Bowloy, ono of tho much talk- foot, U iltoatod on the corner and Is u good ed and read of " belled buzzan's," it had business location. For further Information swung to its neck an ordinary sized call on or address WM. HALL, sheep bell, which of courso rang when West End, Clovcrport, Ky. tho bird would fly. . Mr. Bowloy, tho gentleman on whoso farm tho bird was LAND FOR SALE. scon, says ho thinks it is tho same bird boiled 'in Texas in 1850 whilo ho This farm lies In Breckenridge county, on lived in that State, Thero aro two birds the head waters of Long Llok and ono-haund is well II. on record that carry bolls, ono was belled mile from the L. sell it W. ralload, or divide In as a- whole Improved. Will in Texas tho other in Missouri. For tracts tq suit purchasers. For further infurther information on this subject wo formation eddrws W. W. LEWIS, refer you to Mr. Bowloy. as a ball puzzler. lf - Leading Brands of Tobacco and Cigars. Legitimate Orders accompanied by tho Cash will rcceivd prompt, " jjfo attention. x 97 Acres of good land, very well improved, near Cloverport, on tho Patesvillo road. 1810. 1801. HARDINSBURG-- , prUTpr heal-hf- : : ZY. 1,000 I bULLtULl ul. OUeU Co1eee In the Southwest. Corslcndn Moro than nlum.,1. Three e Location Information address No ,,l,c,,lty,v,,wclt!jrn"tJull(Hngsjut Next W. $ YOuW,' Sent, erected. Coiniili-l- CJymnnsl-u1S91. For catn jrue or further D., Danville, Bucklen'a Arnica. Salve. Tho beat salvo In tho world for cuts, in Hancock bruises, Bores, ulcors, salt rhoum, fover vim Owensboro, Ky. with improvements county, two miles from Clovcrport, sores, tetter, chappoa linnds, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively Gratifying to All. Executor's Notice, on tho Patesvillo road. cures Piles, or no pay required. It is Tho high position attained nnd the guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or On Thursday, 10th day of September, 1891, universal acceptance and approval of tho I will offer for sale, on the preraues of tho late Price 25 cents per Terms reasonable. Must sell monoy refunded. box For sale by G. W. Short, Cloverpleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Milton M. Tate, deceased, ajput two miles to pay debts. Call and see mo. personal port, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Figs, as tho most excellent laxative west of Hardinsburg, Ky., all of theoonslstlng property belonging to said estate, Ky. known, illustrate tho valuo of tho quali- of horses, mules, hogs, cattle, sheep, corn, wheat and hay, farming implements, houseGo and secure "an agency for soino. ties on which its success is based and and kitchen furniture. county on Davis Quilter at Ilardingburg, " aro abundantly gratifying to tho Califor- hold Terms will bo mads known on day of sale, CLOVERPORT, KY. 11EN. T. MILLER, Ex'r. nia Fig Syrup Company, 60 Acres NOTICE, FRUITGROWERS! Mnkeour orders hjr the 1st of October anil wo will furnlih you any kind of - SHS,UB3 cO, - F. FRAIZE, ZACK. GREEN," Manager JIardi8burgJHrwry. HARDINSBURG) KYr i 'i, " vjg flf-yf- M Ty f . , M. Ilaininan lias added to bis stock of furniture a full stock of doors and Hash. W. E. Spotwood & Co., will reman in Hanliimburg- - sometime yet and want agents to sell Davis Quilter go and see them. Read tho advertisements' in this issuo. They aro bright, fresh and crisp and Avill givo you many pointers on where and what to buy. Judge John Allen Murray, of this city, Hon. D. II. Severs and Mayor, V. G. Babbagc, Hardinsburg, attended tho inaugural ceremonies at Frankfort yestci-da- AIR-LIN- E WRECK. One Lady Killed and a Number of Passengers Scalded" rhnry Wintor. Wm. J. Wintor. John M. Borntraorjor. y. Both tho method and resulta when Syrup of Figs is taken; it ia plcosnnt and refreshing to tho taste, and acta tly yet promptly on tho Kidneys, aver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup c gs is tho only remedy of its lcinu ever produced, pleasing to tho tnsto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrecaulo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most ponulo- - remedy known. Syrup of Fift j for salo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leadinsr druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not havo it dn hand will procure it promptly for any one who Do not accept wishes to try any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. OIXJIS DBIVJOYiS it SAN FRANCISC LOUISVILLE, KY. h CAL. NEW YORK, H.Y. Dr. Office PhysicianSurgeon. in Dr. White's old stand up stairs. J. M. Clayton, GLOVERPORT. KY. ; Physician r , ; Dr. S. S. Watkms, & t Surgeon, " ' ' door to Breckenridgo Office iNext Clovcrport, Ky. Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1891 . " LOCAL BREVITIES. ' Mr. Al. Geary is out on crutches. . Tho streets on tho hill nrc bciriggrnvcl-oc)- . Mr. Barry's new house is ready fpr the roof. ' "Wheat is selling in tins market at 90 . - cents. "" OlHo Tousey is assisting AY. 0. Allen at the depot. Sawyer & Nicholas are painting the (Baptist church. Prof. Brown and wife went to Brandon burg yesterday. L. G. Gregory and Trice Graham have been granted pensions. Eggs aro scarce in this market and bring 15"cents readily. v Mrs. Alfred Oolzo is visiting relatives near Lexington this wcok. Mrs. II. C. Bassett who has rented Hotel arrived Monday und is now moving in. Tho boarding car was put on Monday with Wm. Bell & Bro.j in charge of the the-Rive- r commissary. Our Bowloyvillo items mailed Monday morning reached us yesterday too lato for this issue. Henry Tcmplo was thrown from his buggy at Pellvillo last S iturday and bad- ly bruised up. Now Borghura has made its appearance in this market and sells from store at 35 , cents per gallon. Dr. B. T. RnfFerty has opened an office with Dr. F. M. Smith and will resume bis practico in this city. Mr. Alfred Oelzc will put down a vitrified brick pavomont in front of his residence on Second street. Miss Jennie Murphy has resigned her position with Bowmer & Ilarablcton and Miss Mary Sawyer succeeds her. Mrs. J. W. Steelo accompanied by her nephew, Master Sbelby Conrad, aro visiting relatives in Evansvillo, Ind. Tho party from this city that took in tljp excursion to Old Point Comfort havo all returned delighted with their trip. Col. JefTStcrrctt, Editor of tho Hawcs-vill- o Plaindealer, was in town Monday night tho guest of his sister, Mrs. W. II. Bowmer. ' Thirty-thre- e agonts wanted at once to travol and sell Davis Quilter, call on or write to W. E. Spotwood & Co., Hai-- .dinsburg, Ky. Mr. Robt. E. Woods, after a month's pleasant acation at his homo hero, returned to his post of duty at Washington D. 0., last Sunday. , Dr. D. Ilea, tho Louisville specialist, will bo at tho Clovcrport Hotel Saturday Septembor 12. Remember tho day and date, and call on him. .Miss Lillie Mayo, of Louisvillo, who has' been visiting Miss Sallio Gregory, returned homo Monday, Miss Sallio accompanying bor. Mr. John Gregory, Sr., returned from Evansvillo Monday, where ho lihs been Mr. Alex visiting his brother-in-la' Maddux, who has been very sick. Tho fourth and last quarterly meeting for this year wilPbo hold with tho Southern Methodist church, this city, next Rov. Law son '.Saturday and Sunday. presiding older. ' F. Seifricd and wifo after an absenco 'of a year in Evansvillo, returned o their .'old homo in this city last week. They .aro satisfied that there is no placo like loverport. Dr. Nowsom and J, C. Porter wore , measuring tho tracts and switches of tho railroad running through town Monday for tho boncflt of tho Cominlssioncrs at , Frankfort. There are about threo miles ' of main tract and svritchos within tho i city limits. t j '- 1$ Tho High school opens next Monday. The teachers aro, Prof. Gits. Brown, principal ; Prof. Thos. Roe, 1st. assistant ; Miss Dowdcn, second and Miss Anna Raitt, primary department. Mr. James Hondrick and wife, of near Guston, spent Sunday in this city. It was their first visit and they wero well pleased with our town. Mr. Hendrick is a prosperous and well to do farmer of Mcado county. Capt. J. II. Evans, of Greenville, Miss, after an extended Eastern tour, is again the guest of his neice, Mrs. C. D. Temple. Tho Captain is a fino typo of a Southern gentleman, big, handsome and social. It does one good to meet him. "Aunt" Francis Barrens, an old and much respected colored woman, was stricken with paralysis while attending church last Friday night and died early Saturday morning. "Aunt Francis" was a good christian woman and died serving her master. Sho was kindnnd obliging and always ready to serve her friends who .will sadly miss her. Her furneral occurred Sunday from the Baptist church and was largely attended. Mr. John F. Hayes, foreman of the Machine shops his resigned his position there to accept a similar position at Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. Hayes is it very estimable gentleman, and held in high esteem by all who know him. He leaves a host of friends, hero who wish him well in his now home. A handsome bet of drawing instruments were present ed to lain by tho employes of tho shops as a token of their friendship and regard for bun. Ho is succeeded by Mr. Jang ling, of ho 0. V. shops. Mrs. Ed. Gregory, who was bitten by a dog last, week, supposed to havo been mad, is getting along well and no fears of hydrophobia aro entertained. A mad stono from Henderson, said to be 100 years old, was sent for and applied with good results. Dr. Leibcr, of that city," came up and applied tho stono and ed. Conductor James Goulon, internally said no bad results would follow. Mrs. is to bo congratulated on her injured and slightly scalded. Gregory Tho wounded numbered twenty Wo very narrow escape. could not get all tho names but have Tho Davis Quilter. gotten as many as we could. At this writing tho wreck is burning of course, IlARDixsnurto, Ky., Aug.28, 1891. Know all men by these presents, that we cannot say what caused tho wreck wo tho undersigned citizens of Har- but it is thought it is owing to fast rundinsburg, Breckenridgo County, Ken- ning, tho rails aro shoved ten feet apart tucky, havo seen Davis Quilter on ex- Tell City did all she could for the afilict-cWagons, buggies and everything hibition hero in our city, and wo do cheerfully recommend it to tho ladies of needed were gladly given by our people. our town and county, as a very valuablo cause or Tin: wkeck. and labor saving invention : Tho flange of ono of the forward G. Babbago, Mayor of the 'City. V. trucks of tho engino broke whilo the Burrel Beard, Beard Hotel, Amos Board, Hotel Clerk, train was running at the rate of thirty , J. B. Buzby, Liveryman, miles an hour. Tho train at tho time J. H. Glasscock, Merchant, was on a trestle two miles from Troy, J. II Lennin, Editor Republic, Mrs. S. A. HalTey & Co., Dry G'ds, Ind. Tho engino passed over tho tresClayton Beard, Carpenter, tle and plunged down tho Embankment. R. P. Shacklctt, Pnn. nigh School Tho train was a mixed one, a passenger Jolly Meadon Merchant, coach being next to tho engine. Tho G. J. Gotzonuannor, Tinner, coach followed tho engino into tho ditch C. E. IIaswoll,Merchant, ' Tlios. Adkisson, County Judge, and rolled over on top of it. It was oc R. S. Skillman, Clerk B. C. 0. cupied by thirty peoplo mostly women T. A. McGill, Deputy County Clerk and children. Seven lives wcio lost Jas. W. Miller, Supt. of Schools, were injured. Many and twenty-fou- r W. S. Beard, Merchant, Jesse Whitworth, R. It. Agent, wcro so badly burned that their flesh E. E. Rhodes, Sewing Mach. Ag't, was cooked in places until it camo off. Alf. Allen, Lawyor, Tho engine was thrown twenty feet Wm. II. Bell, Merchant, from tho track and literally torn to John Slaton, Jailer, o pieces. Tho passenger couch and STEPHENSPORT. car Avcro thrown on top of tho enMr. Jeff Hook, of Hardinsburg, was in gino, and immediately caught firo and began to burn rapidly. tow n Saturday. Tho steam and hot water then began Miss Mollio Berry who has been tho of Mrs. 1. 0. Brashcar, for somo their tcrriblo work. Tho hissing steam guest timo, has returned to her home in and roaring flames mado tho peoplo frantic, and tho screams could bo heard Louisville. Miss Georgia Hawkins, and Mrs. Leo for miles. Isaacs were in Louisvillo last wcok. BURAS. Mr. Will English left Sunday for Lebanon Ohio to attend Bchool. John Pilo went to Leilehfield last MonMrs. E. M. Miller and Miss Dixie E. day. 0. C. Pile was iiv Louisvillo last week Perrigo spent several days in Clovcrport soiling tobacco. last week. Stevo Galloway had a valuablo horso Mrs. Al. Geary and daughter, Grace, to dio Hist week. Teaf Bruner returned Saturday from of Cloverport, wcro tho, guests of Mrs. Louisvillo, where ho had been for a fow J. W. Janett last week. on business. Mr. Frank Lacy, of Southern Ky., who days Revs. Smiley and Bashain began a S. Enhas been tho guest of Mrs. II, series of meetings at Bashmn's old glish returned home Sunday, accompan- church last night. Clint Tucker camo homo on a visit ied by Miss Enyna English and his little Saturday. Ho returned to bis school in daughter, Fanny Leo. Grayson county yesterday. Messrs. Smith English, Orville GregMr. and Mrs. M. Meyer, of this placo, ory, Claronco Keith and sister, Miss and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mover, of Custer, w ill leave Sunday for Louisvillo. Jennie, of Cloverport, attonded tho Miss Lulio Gideon, who has been sevparty Saturday evening. eral weeks with Mrs. R. L.McGuflln, left Mr. and Mrs. II. S. English entertainfor her homo in Louisvillo last weok. Misses Carrio and Boo Mover aro exed quite a number of friends on tho from Pnynesvillc, ovoning of tho 29th, in honor of their pected homo where they havo been visiting friends. son, Will, it was a delightful affair and On next Sunday at Fairviow tho Rev. Mr. and Mrs. English and Miss Emma Tom. Cocks, of Hardinsburg, will preach entertained in their usual pleasant man- tho funeral of Adam Smith, who died ner. Refreshments werp served at 9:30 last spring. of Stephonsport, and Isaac Mr. West, in a manner tit to please tho most fastid- Davis, of Lost Run, wero among our ious tasto. people last week looking for n location is for Sir. West's saw mill. Miss Pearl Perrigo, of Cloverport, Dm You Know tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. II. Miller. That Joo. Tucker had como back from On tho night of 29th at 12 o'clock, Texas ? That this has been a bountiful year, Mr. Wilson Jarrett departed this life, thoro is much for which wo although having suffered many years, and that bo thankful ? ought to yet ho was able to bo about, and was That but ono county In tho stato has confined to his bod only a fow days, mora miles of railroad than Breckenmaking ids death a sudden shock to tho ridgo ? That Breckenridgo has forty odd 'Tis straiigo, that tho day of family. and that hor number is next to his death was tho anniversary of his tho largest in tho state ? That tho molasses maker is again birth. abroad in tho land, and that tho pan sop-pThis God tcci fit to call tills tul, nightly rcveloth in tho sticky sweetTo his eternal home ness? And on tho evening of his life, That tho country pedagogues now Death comes to claim his own. to daily botako themselves to Misses Ruth Cunningham and Ladle their respective s to teach Parr, of Chonault, Ky., wore in town tho young Bhoot how to idea ? That Gilbert Pile's gold watch is a Sunday. daisy and that ho stoppeth proudly ? That tho chirping of tho cricket and We want agonts at onco to travol In browning of each county in Kontucky and sell Davis tho .melancholy tho leaves toll us that days aro near? No oxporianco required, it sells tho Quilter. That tho jieoplo throughout tho counon eight. Call oif or writo to W. E. try aro canning moro fruit this year than over before ? srotwood & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. -- Tho Tell City Journal bends out an extra dated Monday August .11 giving tho following account of a fearlul railroad wreck near that city on last MonThis morning at 9:45 day morning: o'clock as tho regular passenger train on the Tell City branch of tho Air Line was coining through Hubb's Place, about two miles below Tell City, tho train left the track and one of tho most horrible wrecks that ever happened on this line was the consequence. Theio were about I!0 passengers besides tho regular train men of which nil are hurt more or less and one killed. The ttain was mado up of ono passenger coach, ono baggage car and threo freight Cars. Tho Engine left tho track dragging tho passenger and baggage cars which wero piled upon the engine by tho freight cars.running against them. Tho steam and hot gutter then commenced their terrible work. Tho scene was And to make it moro so, tho entire mass of wreckago caught firo and tho loar of the hungry flames mingled with the cries for help wero indeed beyond comprehension. Mothers calling for their children sisters for their brothers and fathers looking for their loved ones beneath that burning mass. The conductor and train hands did all they could for tho unfortunates, although badly crippled themselves, they worked hcroicalty to help those more unfortunate. As far as known only one lady was killed, Carrie Neluner, of Fulda. A most pitiful sight was that of Mrs. Wm. Newman of Ilnwcsville Ky., and her littlo grand child, Mrs. Newman was badly burned and tho littlo child was scalded nearly nil over. Mrs. Chamicr who was badly scalded, is reported dying, Mrs. II. Badei and Mrs. J. Gnau wero scalded. Sandy Hess, had tho main arteiy in his arm cut; Mr. John Hcrr, of Dale, had his hand very badly cut ; Mr. M. E. Eberhard, treasurer of Perry county had his head and face cut; MrT- - G. F. Bott, Editor of Tell City Anzeigcr, had a hole cut in his head, and a gash on tho side of his face ; the n Engineer was badly mangled ; tho and Conductor wero hurt about tho head and arms; Mr. Oscar Keck was scalded in a painful manner. Mr. Chas. Kassar was badly shaken, up. Maggie Hudson, Troy, escaped uninjurheart-rendin- g. Fiic-ma- DON'T YOU THINK You can use a Cassimoro Suit or pair of Trousers froin our Spring and Summer stock, it you go u hub" cheap ? Money saved is money mauo. .u . u have no use for it this season, put it away ior next year, and you will savo enougn to sup Jr ply your wife with pjn money lor a uay s Mr shopping. 11 you arc interested come and let us show you through our store mT room upstairs, where you will see " mountains ot new Fall and Win ' . ter Suits and Overcoats and Trousers from the hands of our own workmen. REJV .filfiJS- Jrov wHfefitfnt 1 TB m I What we have to say abou Now Line of f - f Jr ' V SUSPENDERS TRY A PAIR. MM J M r,1 v- , WV.' " ;- - jf ' - r ,' I ffofip! Julius Winter & Go. "OLD RELIABLE PI Hit iS Cor. Third and Markot, " Louisville, Ky. ? j VERTICAL ' WniTE BRYANT &STRATT0N Business Colleg for oataloque and full Information. In li I O V ILaLiELjIV I NEW STORE! Farmers' and N. n. If, from any cauiin, tho Vertical filldo flliould Break or hecomo Diimnjrort, a now ralr of Himpcnders will he given, Kroo of Clmrrc, upon return of the broken pitlr totlie J'nrnlsl.rr from whom purchased. THE ML'echanics, ! ULZERS OloviiIrport, Ky. ?! $lioe and' Clothing Store Will occupy the store-room "v A just vacated by G. W. Short, Tp- S??735Tty - I'M JS-- L h'l - Saturday, September 5th, With a Full Lino of TTVirHBJ vn ' IUf- - d. Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, G-ent- GET THE BEST. ' i r 's ? Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, and Jewelry. Tho Best is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Best is good cnongh for tho mini who respects himself nnd loves his family. Such n man always wants tho Best Groceries, and buys them of t Tb. knowing that ho always kcejis tho Best that tho market affords nnd retails them at proper prices. :e. ioo:R,:M:.A.:rr, v ARE YOU Ht And will sell at prices that have never heen oflored in this city hofoio. Wo will he glad for everyhody to come and get our figures. pay you to visit our establishment, just ahovo Short & Ilnynos' Drug Store. LOOKING FOE is .-.- It will GOODMAN & KLEIN, PROPRIETORS. bag-gag- If so it will UNION STAR. Misa Mattio Mihior lias a new piano. Mr. D. S. Ilichardson has had his bo tho (En-glis- h) to-da- y post-olllce- s, or dwelling and store painted. Mrs. Perkins, of Lowisport, was tho guest of Mrs. Dr. Milnor Friday. Miss Mattio Mihior has returned after a visit to Mrs. ltohcrts, of Robert's bottom. Miss Julia Cashman returned to New Albany Sunday after a visit to hor mother. Mrs. T. J. Miliary, of Louisville, recently spent a day with her aunt, Mrs. Dr. Mihior. Miss Mata Koot spent several days in Louisvillo recently, the guest of Mrs. Dr. W. U. White. Mr. J. S. lUchardsoh, of Flag Start, Arizona, Ty., is tho guest of his uncle, Mr. D. S. Ilichardson. Mrs. B. Gardner and son, of Illinois, aro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gardner. Miss Sura K. ilichardson roturncd homo Saturday after a visit to Mammoth Cavo and friends in Cccilian. Miss Cora Cashman and brotber, Clmrlio, aro visiting their aunt, Mrs. Win. Hawkins near Cloverport. Miss Siulio Shellman and Mr. Malcolm French wero married Wednesday evening Aug.20tl( llov Myres olllclating. Miss Pink Iticketts gavo a Eucliro paity Filday evening. Thoso present wero Misses Cora and Lena Ilichardson, Esther Havnes, Messrs. J. S. Iticbnrd-soIlubo'rt Bruner, Alnh Cashaian, It. C. Ilichardson, and Will L. Milnor. Misses Cora and Lena Richardson accompanied by Messrs. S. J. Ilichardson, Will L. Milnor and It. C. Richardson attended an entertainment at tho residence of Mr. II. S. English in honor of their son on Saturday Aug. 20th. Thoy reported, a very delightfal timo. n, 1 . cxamino our stock which is running over in every lino. In h: o e comfort and low prices. Our " mistake of your life " if you fail S--- to ffiiiC XII. Kkston LADIES' Wo surpass them all in elegance of stylo, durability, SHOES ouoplotiom an luiaylnaiy urtucr, and tould July Willi yriiiitilllliculty lx agulii put to bod. (.tut yoar itov. 1.. Kouilj, thllo on a Inlt hero, uiiiouGdloobiii'rv.i tbocUlld, utid nil vl Bed tho iibo of 1'ub.tur Kouuly'a Nono Tonlo, and kindly luridnuud ua uororal boltlos of it, Tho first bot-l- o showed a nmrlicd Improvement, and after ualiitf tho second bottlo and up to tho iirosout iluio tho child is a happy and contented being. All thoso suffering from uorvousuoss should aoek rofat'o iu l'antor Kovulg's Nerve Tonic lti:V. U. HIM.UJltANO, hU JuluiV Asylum. Co., Ky., Oct. 0. "DO. in our orphan auyluin Lcro ttieru Is a 13- enr-ol- d Lwuu BuCttrlug for yonrg child tbut Liul ruin norvuuHiicdd to euch ail uxtitt tliat sh iltlliuuM In tlio nlcbt tot up, ami ultli tear do. ilcttiuuti tuury lialuro him In a tlolliloua con. riuoii, would oouk iirolvcttun titnouf tho oldor Happy orplinn. .50 THOROUGHBRED Man's shoo is tho common favorite. Buell's $3.50 Walking Shoe Is a .suro euro for Corns, and just tho shoo for men who havo a great deal of walking to do. Wo will take great pleasure in showing our Shoes to you. Como and make money for yourself. , rrco 10 any aauress. nd poor patient can alao obtain this inotllclno IVeo of cliuruo. prepared by tho Itoverend This remedy has boon Warue, Ind. since jBTU. and Koenler. f'aator prepared ot Fort direction by the under his FREE A Valuablo Uuoumjm sent nook on Nervous B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. ivJvB-vfijSyf- KOENIQ MED.CO., Chicago, III. at 81 per Bottlo. OfoarSR Bold by Xmtko alto. 1.78. 0 Bottlo for 80. SEE ACAIN AS IN YOUTH ) "i. JJsssliilsssls JsfssssssttsWr Aro tho rosult ot years of sclontlilo experimenting, nnd aro now plucooV owlnc to thoir superiority, preeminently nbovoovory thine horotoforo producod In this lino. ,no Th"yaronoknowlodj;oiibyoxport9 to the flnoflt nnd most poriootly constructed Loneos KNOWN, nnd tiro pocullnrly ndaptod to oorroetlnir tho various vlsunl Imporfoo-tlon- s. Atrinlof tho KOHiNOOR will onnvluoa you tiioy nro PERFECT EIGHT RENEWERS. Everj Pair Warranted, THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Sulzer'o Tailoring Department. Perry County Indiana Fair, school-house- McElree's Wine of Cardul aro and THEDFORD'S for salo by tho following merchants in BLACK-DRAUGH- T ' For Salo by A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician Prescription! IteceWe Careful Attention. Ureokenridge County : Josit V. Owen, Cloveroort, O. W. Short, CloTerpoit. Driuhear Sc Lay, Stenbontport. CLOVEnPOItT, KY, Witt & Medor, lUrdlniburg, J. J. Seven, Uolnn Star, neuiH ilLM.WOOI.LKV.M.I). cured at home with out pain. Book of par ticulars sent I'RIX nndWhlskeyHabltc rAUauumiK. umcelUIWhhaJlHt. On nccoant of tho Perry County Indi-nn- n Mr. J. II. Hunscho, tho Foreman of Fair to bo hold at Itomo, Ind., Sept. will visit Clootfr Tailoring to 10th inclusive, tho St. L. AT. vcrport, overy Friday of each weok. Ho R. It. well soil rouud trip tieketa toSteph will carry with him n full lino of Samples onsport nt tho following rates: from ropresonting our Stock of l'ieco Goods, Cloverport 10 cts ; Skillman 06 otof llnwesvillo 60 cts. Tickets on safe Spt. & which comprises nil tho desirablo Stand15, 10, 17 nnd 18 good to return until Uie-tard nnd FniicyStyles introduced this Ben- 10th. S. Ai WiKKiq, G. P. JL son. IIo will boiplcnsed to meet you nt "ANACTBM" nbovo plnco nnd dalo nnd receive your relief mul to Cai fori! tat. order. Respectfully, Ta.aauLat ruanua.1 frM.AihlrcMiAll S, L. SlM.ZEK. " J, PILES UuxW,MHr TiDVni Cfwf II . - A Ji. W "L v llsr THE WATERMELON. How to fME Danu i RODEO. ' Eat One, the Best Prepara. tion Being to Steal It. Hit ilark tanjona we rlda In lmr,sw cop by tliolr mystical hurry, Tho ciihiru hi n Daviess County -. -. .- .- FigJ ZEELCFIIRIEJ- - : ; & SCHOOL-BOOK- S ' - and SCHOOL SUPPLIES. - Wholesale .'. anil .'. Retail. JNO. D. BABBAGE, tiovorport,f Ky. ' ' , V " M i,' ' -- Si 'r i K& .t :tp Jj "What's tho best way to eat a watermelon?" inquired a citizen. "That depends," said another. Henry Grady once gave his method, and it was a good ono for eating melons honestly obtained, but if you want to eat a melon to got tho full flavor of it, imagine your self n boy again, and, after sneaking into a patch, crawl oVer tho field, until you get tho ono you want and then get over tho fenco with it and sit down in a corner. Then break it open and cat whilo watching through tho cracks of tho fenco for tho owner of tho patch. Grady's idea was to go out in tho cool of tho morning before the sun dried tho dew, thump tho molons till ono gavo back tho proper sound, nnd then with a d knifo givo a rako all round it tho long way. Throw away tho knife and give the melon a whack on your kneor Tho melon parts and leaves nil thehcart on ono half. Tako thnt heart put with your fingers and eat it. But it can iiuvur uisio as gimu iuj u owiui. Some people slice tho melon tho short way, and then put tho slices on plates. To my mind that's a finniky way. Tho long slice is one of tho best ways, after all." "How can you tell a ripe melon by thumping it? They all thump alike to me." This from a young mall, city -- Gono hit o tlio I ml nro tbo languor nnd worry Qono b ito Ho cut U UU tlio phantom moon. Hal tueio U tho lord of tho Ullls and tho T val-ley- s: It Is he that leads In tho midsummer gallics High Into tho stoops whero tho gray chaparral Is; It's ho that lends to the long lftROon. Wlicro tho wild mustard splashes tho slopo AT OWENSBOBO, KY., COMMENCES Ho has turned nt bay. Ob, tho powerful rcl tn.il Scothobtsaof bis head! hear tho breath and tho bellow I How ho tears tho ground with bis angrr hoofs! Now bo breaks n wild rath thro' tbo dcej, plumy rushes; a inml blnl Mirb on a tnmnrack bushes); Itlght on thro' n glory of crimson bo crushes On Into tho gloom undor leafy roofs. Oh, tbo Joy of tho w lud In our faces! Wo follow Tbo cattle; we shout down tbo poppy hung Sec! out of tbo cliff wo low, hollow with jellow OCTOBER OFFICERS Dr, C, H, TODD, President.' A, C. : 6th, fcl J, W, CARTER, Secretary, And Continues Five Days. : bao startled tbo swal- PHIL, T, WATKIHS, Trea.urer, : short-blade- And startled tho echoes on rocky foils. Ho! what was It passed? wero thoy pigeons or spai rows That w hlspcrcd an ay like n hurtlo of arrows? Tbo roso odor thickens, tho deep gorge narrows, Now tho herd sw ings don n thro' tbo scented dells. Speed! speed lcavo tho brooks to their pebbles TQM.NS, Vice President, PREMIUMS. IT IS THE BEST! Because " and prattle; Sweep on with tho thunder and Tho hurry, tho shouting, tbo wild light. Tho bills, nnd tho v ind, and tho Now on into tamp by tho b camorcs ondcr, Now o'er tho guitar let tho light fingers wander; tattle Premiums tin's nro yenr practically tho same as last year, which assures n Biirgo of tho maintenance of tho high standard of Excellent Exhibitions in tho nmj.hi- Joy of battle, theatro of Horses, Cattle, Sheep and llogq. , open The; It is a positivo Forco Feed. It is the onlyono made that , ' is a Force Feed. " v It avoids Let thoughts in tbo high heart grow pensive and fonder; Then stars and tbo droams of a summer night. Charles E. Markbam in Overland Monthly. FLORAL HALL. of tlio Fair Company to approach as near as possible tho idea of an exposition in tho Floral Hall Department. In addition to tlio premiums oifer-con all products of tho Farm, Gardon and Handiwork of tho Housewife, Artist and Seamstress, liberal inducements aro given to exhibitors of Musical Instruments, Sewing Machines, Elegant and Costly Merchant's Display, Etc. ' It all guess work. guaranteed to sow' all kinds phosphate. is ' - Tmis tho desire Try Our. . d Breckenri'DGe News, WEDNESD AYf S EPTEMBEB ,2, TAXING BACHELORS. 1891 Curing Hun"It's the easiest matter in tho world," He Has Evidence of dreds and Hundreds of tho said a man w ho at some time of his life Worst Chronic Diseases. had risen with tho lark and plowed his task of furrows, "and any man who has ovur lived on a farm will novcr make a mistake. You arp right about the thumping sound being nearly tho same always, and, unless a melon is real gtccn and an experienced eye can tell that without thumping it, thcro is but the very slightest difference in the sound, that is, apparently. But to tho man of experience thcro is a big difierence. I can tell exffctly by a couple of thumps whether a melon is part ripe, a little under ripe or a little over ripe. But a better way for those who have not mastered the art of thumping is to scratch the rind the least bit. Tho rind of a ripo melon is tender and easily scratched, Tho and turns black immediately. rind on a green melon is tough and re- raised. Celebrated' Cleveland HENSLEY Dryer Fertilisers & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, SPEED JX RING-S- . . ac-- U WhatHas Been Done in Wyoming Might be Done Elsewhere. he Wyoming Legislature hns passed law taxing bachelors S2 ProPer JJJ!jltccssorv to Fairs, tho prizes ollered being a matter of importance lo tlio farming class, as it stimulates tho breeding of better stock. Tlio racingius heretofore, will be honest and under the supervision of competent judges, who will discipline, nnd exact clear nnd fair contests and aw.ird the prizes only to those who honestly win. en-for- restrictions, Speed Rings are acknowledge as a legitimate HARDINSBURG, KY. a year. Whether the fact that women vote there has anything to do with this new departure I don't know, hut why isn't it a just tax ? Society says to n woman : business to ho married as soon you havo made your debut as posniter sible. Otherwise you'll he called an old maid, than which there can be no HEEE WE AHE AGAIH Vw5rtl ! vImV "It's your MECHANICAL. Utensil of the IVr addition to the usual 'display of Machinery, Stove-san" ry, Carriages, Wagons and vehicles of nil kinds, ample steam power will be furnished to make a proper display of every kind of Machinery. Vftf Furniture in endless variety. I am now back at my old stand and .respectfully solicit -- - ' epithet more odious. But you can't choose a husband. That would ho most unwomanly. You must wait to bo ask' X h.1. "i F li n i ." ed." The result is that the average woman takes what offers not what she wants rather than riBk her chances on the future; and men stalk about literally the lords of creation. Well, if these lords don't choose to take upon themselves the responsibilities of matrimony, why should they not pay n penalty? Just so long as women are taunted for living in single blessed ness, just so long ought unmarried men be taxed. This tax should begin at the ace of 30. and bo doubled every five years, unless a bachelor proves that ho has been crossed in love or is true to some sainted Maria whoso memory i8 dearer to him than the smiles of sirens yet alive. Poverty, perhaps might ho an ex tenuation of tho offense ; in this caso it would bo Well to make tho bachelor work out his tax in some way useful to tho state, while tho victims of blighted affection could be utilized in charity organizations. The more I think this matter over the If more riclitcous I think tho tax. rigidly enforced it might relievo tho embargo on women. When thU bcxcs stand on sexual ground it will bo in order to tax both bachelors and old maids. Kate Field's Washington. We Can And Do quires several minutes to turn dark." Macon (Mo.) Telegraph. DeWitt's fcarsaparilla cleanses blood, inbreases tho appetito nnd up tho system. It has benefitted people who have suffered from disorders. It will help you. Sold W. Short. A A GlfK-i- l ADMISSION. DR. D. REA, Celebrated Specialist, And in charge of tho Electrical and gical Department of the Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., will bo at the CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., Sur- the tones many blood by G. Adults 25c ; Children 0 years and under 15 years of ago, 15c ; Children under the 0 years, FREE ; All vehicles and animals, FREE ; Admission to Grand Stand 10c ; the First day, ladies and children under 15 years, FREE. For further particulars sec large posters and premium lists. patronage of public. J. W. CARTER, Secretary. T HETTY ROIVANCE. FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. Sun I'iuiu'Ikco Young "Woman ArtUt lluil .ill Start. People who noticed in The Examiner w iudow u bplemlid cist of the head of Sitting Bull will ho interested to hear the pretty roiu.uu'o of the young artist whose work it was. It was modeled by Miss Alico Ride-ou- t, a young lady of less than 18 years of age, who has alieady bhown such talent that hlio bids fair i take front rank among the host f uitists that tho Pacific tloie can claim as its own. Ilcr llit.t st:n t in her chosen profession can bo dirrctly traced to a largo English mastiff ownol by her family, although Saturday. Sept. 12 '91 And The Grand Picnic AT Itcliirn Every Four WccIih During- tlio - QSjKFOJ JlfcrtT Cat ;iOU, JJT&!i HE&I.ECYE.& a Your. Dr. Ilea lias been connected with the largest hospitals in the country, and has no superior in diagnosing anil treating dlse.isei and deformities. Tie will give $50 for any case that lie cannot tell the disease and where located in (he minutes. Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Guaranteo Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for it has been fully demonstrated to tho "people of this couutry that it is superior to all other preparations for blood disupon tho ttrtiu's letum ho would loso aversion to society, defective memory and bexual eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic his position, was inconsolable. Tho girl exhaustion, which unfit the lctlm for business begged to be allowed to lepair the piece, or marriage, arc perininentl) lured by remedies poisoning, "Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimnot injurious. ples. It purifies tho whole system and and after repeated entreaties tho man consented, with tho remnik that whilo thoroughly builds up the constitution. & For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., he did not believe it could be fixed, he was very certain sho could not injuro it. and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Syphilis and complications, as sore throat, fallHo mixed tho ..!. for her, and watched with interest the unpracticed fingers ing of hair, pain In the hones, eruptions, etc., are .1 Ittml Cut i.ii. perfectly eradicated without using mercury o It wn.sllio man on w'.ioso ml natural doing tho work that the accomplished other injurious drugs. gas was firbt rtrm-lhi the Findl.iy, O., artist had so lately finished and taken so Gonorrohca, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary district, and hi: wa t telling homo of us much pride in. An hour passed with and Kidney troubles are speedily cured by treatmost giatifying results; tho arm was re- ment that has never failed. about it us we waited in the depot at stored and was iwifect; tho attendant He undertakes no incurable cases, but cures Columbus. thousands given up to die. "Wall; you know," he began, "my was happy. Keincmbcr tlio date nnd come early, as his Another hour the leg approached comEon Bill wan a great hand to read. One day ho laid away a book ho had been pletion, when lo, tho artist appeared on rooms are crowded wherever he stops. Consultation free. Correspondence solicited the scene. lie took in tho situation at a reading and says to mo: " 'Dad, I've been reading up on miner- glance, nnd unnoticed by tho occupants and confidential. ADDRESS, Medical & StmaicAL Institute, als nnd I'm goin' to find suthin' right of tho loom watched tho work. Finished, explanations mo in order nnd No. 309 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. here on our farm.' ' 'Shoo, Bill,' says I, 'but you won't given. Tho artist is charmed, declares strike nothing outside of cobble stones the work of restoration has added new DoualnH Shoe, charms to tho piece, and having heard SA.nU my nocnts for W. L. plnco nsk and worms.' for mile lu jour jour from the girl the great ambition of her agency, to numl fur cntnlogue, Hccuro the "But he went at it and begun to dig life, nnd act ilirin Tor you. went with her to her home and inOr'l'AKE NO 8UUSTlTUTE.a nnd bore nnd fool around nnd leave me to hoe the corn, and ono day ho struck sisted that her parents should allow her nunthin'. Tliero cum sich an infernal an opportunity to learn tho art for which smell that both of ua was drovo to tho she evidently had bo much inherent talhouse, and then tho smell got so bad ent. San Francisco Examiner. that wo vn8drou to u neighbor's, and we had to let tho hogs out of the pen, or Thousands and tens of thousand's of they would havo keeled over. bottles of "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure'' 'Bill,' I wiys, when I got whore I nro sold yearly and tho pcoplo aro concould breathe again, 'yon said you'd Btrike nuutliiu', and you have. You'vo stantly clamoring for moro. They know wasted three months' time gettin' down a good things hen they try if Sold by WHY IS THE to whnr Christopher Columbus buried Short &IIuynes. about n thousand torn cats, and wo'vo Little girl will be Sunday all boon diiv off tlw farm in consekence. OEN?eilVIEN It's my turn now to Btriko sunthin', and won't it 1" you kin git ready for tho BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? lick-iLady "Yes. How do you expect to THE U a seamless shoo, with no tacks or wax It a boy over got' to hurt the feet; mado of the best flno calf, thread spend your timo ?" stylish and easy, and btcauu tee make more thoei vf thit "1 givo it to him, gentlemen, nnd then Little girl "Wishing is was Monday?" grade than any othtr tnanuaciurer, It equals band. shoes costing from tiJM to tiOO. sewed went Kiookin' around to find somebody tho finest calf C(tT 00 (J01111I111) who'd buy tho farm at about tho cost of shoe ever offered for equals Don't suffer your children to suffer Imported shoos which cost from Mui to 112.00.French 3.UI tho barn. A feller who seemed to hov d C 00 Welt Hhop, lino calf, styllsb, comfortable and durable. catarrh and didn't mind tho smell closed with a cough, when "C. C. C. Certain boo ever ottered at this price same sradoThe best as ous up a deal with me, and I had to grin aa Couch Cure" cures nil cough nnd croup shoes costing; from f&OU to a!o0. Hhooi Farmers. Ilallroad Men CO 30 I'ollco forrlersoll weartbem: Hue coif, I walked off with his money under my sufferers. Pwa and Letter seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, extcn. anii. I kept on grinnin' fur nbout a Ion edee. One pair will wearaycar. week, but then I heard some news that 30 (Ino cnlfi 110 shoo ever offered at A woman camo after PC,a this price one betterwill convince tboso trial stopjied me, and I guess it's threo years who want a shoe for comfort and service. The very first man ; 'J& nnd 82.00 WorklnBiiinu's shoes since I'vo opouod my mouth sideways. are very strong and durable. Tboso who And that is how iiava given mem a iriai win wear no otbermako. Them dead cats was worth a hundred j.uu ami hi. 73 sctiooi shoes nro Tho troublo began. BoySt ivorn bvthH InvinvirvwhArA...:. f hnVBntl thousand dolura to me, and I sold 'em ,. nn .UV.l ll.eflVB, - wo lucrcnajug BUICI BUIJW. .l .'U for $800 and walked around patting myBaltimore American. shoe, best 33.00 verstyllshi equals KreutU stHlsS bongola, d kauiCO self on tho back fur bein so Imported shoes costing from JIDO to tsxM. i,ndles'.'J,30, 8'J.OU iiud ftl.73 cute." Now York Sun. Doctor "Did you havo a heavy Ulues ore the best duo bongola. Htyllnhuud shoo for durable, ('uutlou. See that W. I. Douglas' namo and chill ?" price are stamped on the bottom of each shoo. W. - DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. For tired feeling, loss of appetito and Fair patient "It seemed bo." general debility thoro is no remedy Doctor "Did your teeth chatter ?" PORBAIkEDV equal to "0. 0. 0. Cortain Chili Cure." Fair patient "No : thoy wero in tho BOWMER & HAMBLETON Sold by Short & llayncs. dressing case." Now York Weeklv. CLOVERPORT' KY. ma-tur- er her artisti aspiiations date back to her early childhood. One day, whilo accompanied by the mubtiiT, sho passed the open door of a Mulptora studio. The animal rushed In and, with apparent deV ! liberation, knocked over tho pedestal upon which was placed for exhibition tho artist's Invest work. An arm nnd A Positive Guarantee. leg were shattercl, and the piece lay a Men seeming wieck on tho floor. Tho at- Young and Middle-Age- d tendant was wild. m potency is Suflcring from Spermatorrhea nnd Tho girl endeavored to make excuses the result of self abuse in )outli or excess in for tho dog. but nothing would answer. ) cars and other causes, producing some of Offers wero made to pay for tho damago, the following effects: as emissions, blotches, debut to no avail Tho man, dreading that bility, ncnoiihiieRn, dizziness, confusion of Ideas, I Diseases, Acuto nnd CIIHONIC Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, IJright's Disease, Diabetes, Kidneys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic Female and Sexual Diseases. HARDINSBURG! .. Saturday Sept 5th, 1891 . Fox tho benefit of tho new addition to St. Romuald's Catholic Church will bo tho Crowning Festival of tho Season. Come on that day to our grove so beautifully provided by nature, and bid farewell to sumCome mer. Elder's String Band will furnish music for the dancing. and havo a good timo with us. ' UU&5LN5 HUNtYrJil URES "TrflS CELEBRATED RfcME&Y OUGHS HASBUN USEbYUTH SUCCESS OLDS f OR SALE EVERYWHERE fON$UMPflDtf : DINNER FOB, 25 CENTS :5 Blood Skin Diseases 1 And the table will be spread by tho Ladies of St. Romuald's Congregation, with choice provisions in keeping with tho proverbial hospitality of Kentucky people. AmuseRefreshments in great variety. ments provided. solid handsome cake of scouring soap which has no equal for all cleaning purp.oses excepHn the laundry-T- use ft is to valus i- tIf is a, o oil-clotn, '' JISSAP0LH)? u Music by the Hardinsburg Mechanics' Brass Band. MANAGERS: What will SAPOLIO do? Why it will clean paint, make bright, and give tho floors, tables and shelves a now appearance. It will take the grease off the dishes and off tho pots and pans. You can scour the knives and forks with it, and make the tin things shino brightly. Tho wash-basieven the greasy kitchen sink will bo as clean as the bath-tub- , a new pin if you use SAPOLIO, One cake will prove all we say. Bo a clever housekeeper and try it. BEWAEE OP HHTATIONS. THERE IS BUT ONE SAPOLIO; NEW-YOR- ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO., Jol)n Iloben, John Reilly, liriulilou us "3Iy Xadjr,' Among tho now knights aro tho brothers of two novelists, Mis3 Braddon and Miss Olivo Sehreiner. It has often occurred to mo that it would bo well to found nn order for women which would givo tboso possessing it tho right to pro-fi- x "Lady" to, their names, "Let mo make tho peoplo's songs and I will govern them with ease," said somebody. And if tiny minister had tho power to create "Ladies" my impression is that he would leuiain minister for a very considerable time. What peaco would Jones, M. P., havo if Mrs. Jones know that it only depended on his submissive-n- e for her tq blossom forth into Lady Jones? Putting, however, aside this political advantage, why should distinguished men be .made knights and distinguished women uot bo mado ladies? If wo aro to havo knights with ribbons round their neclcs and across their breasts, it would l)e only fair if these ornaments were also conferred on their wives. 1 am entirely against woman snffrago, hut I bet! no objection to women sharing in all this soit of decorutrvo adornment; and assuredly, if they merit a title, it is abbtml that tho only way for them to obtain it is to givo ono to their husbands. Mr. Oraddon, I mako no doubt, is desei ving of tho prolix of "Sir." But his sister. Miss Braddon, has at least an equal right iij tho prefix of "Lady.1' E::dmii;;o. SIIk Oscar Burch, Lonnie Jarboo. MI LATE ALEXANDUH'SIIOTRL, W IMAM 9 Court-IIousc, A Sure Thing. Daddy ''If you aro a good boy I'll tako you to tho circus." Sonny Daddy "Supposo THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Kates $2.60 Per Day. Cor. Jefferson, Qcntcr and Green Streets, opposite "To-morro- w W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE llnnd-Hetve- n' 1 Hand-sowe- d, 1 torn-mad- e 1 0 W. R. I0GAN, Manager. "Then you'll havo n circus A. VV. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. with mo." Puck. If you aro pretty and wish to look just Wm. 0a8I.hu. O. II. PuMi'intEY, Ureckenridgo Co too sweet for anything, buy a sunbonnet, or, better still, havo ono mado according to your' own direction. Tho sunbonnet is built on tho plan of tho straw ono of our grandmother's time, BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. but with a diflorenco. Have your .bon230 Second Street, between Main and Market. net made of chiffon, mull or any soft, Telephone 449, Ring 4. LOUISVILLE, KY. pretty matorial. This is either shirred or gathered so full that tho wire framo work is ontercly hidden ; a littlo flap of THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Ala LINE. silk is sowed to tho back of tho hat, and (L. E. A ST. L. II. R.) tho two wide ribbons aro used to tio under the chin. These bonnets aro useful SHORTEST, QUICKEST as well as decidedly becoming. Your AND BEST LINK TO oyes aro protected from tho sun, and your skin does not get burned or freckled, whilo a pretty fuco looks a thousand AND ALL POINTS times prettier when seen in tho depth South-Wes- t. of n little white sunbonnet. I ain't a good boy ?" LOUISVILLE, KY. CASLER PUMPHREY, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS P St. Louis, Evansville West and -- Ilnnd-Kflwc- all-fire- d I- A Duty to Yourself. lime-Ca- rl in Effect Dec, 16 i It is surprising that peoplowill uso a common ordinary pill when thoy can LvT Louisville 8:45 n.tu...9:00 p.m...4:10 p.m sccuro a valuablo English ono for tho Arr St. Louis 7:45 "...7:25 " 9:50 p.m; Eransrllle 2:25 " same money. Dr. Acker'B English pills For further Information, call on or address, and curo for aro a positive Don't fritter away your hard carniugh all llvor troubles. Thoy aro small, sweet, JOS.S.ODIORNE, Qen'l Pan. Ag't, Louisville, K. on other remedies, when "C. C. C. Cer- easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by tain Cough Curo" is guaranteed to givo G. W, Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt I. L BRYANT, Trav, Pait'r Ag't Louisville, K & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. mtisfaction. Sold by Short & llayncs. sick-headac- RiiP " - Perfect action nnd perfect health result from tlio uso of DeWHt'g Littlo Karly Risers; a perfect littlo pill. Sold ly G. yj. Short.