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RACE WITH A MAN EATER Blgnor A Makes i you try i umni about your D- - &. Y. , VOL. XYL NO. 7. Wo aro now closing out our lino of VERSATILE FOCA '. Wo havo just received a heautiful line of i' - . . M- - ADVENTURE THE 8AMOAN OF AN ENGLISHMAN ISLANDS. IN fVbllo Enjoying Plnuk Riding un tho Waves Near the Shore an Kntliustiistle Visitor Narrowly Escaped a Savage Shark Queer Sport Aiultl Urcakors. v - of Ootluiiil C.irln, Sometime Giro Auuy I'rofoitsloiinl Sccrutn. A copper coloietl, long haired, sniootli facod young man walked into tho Central polico station nnd asked for lodging. "You'ro welcomo to all wo have," said HATS, . ISUMMSR GOODS'. below cost. All things go cheap for cash, and especially our . V V V J. r. 1 -- :W,J,.PiKott. THE IRHIHGTON It Jolly, UUIUl MILLING CO., KY. .IRVINGTON, Is fully prepared to servo tho public, in both merchant and custom work in tho highest style of modern progressive milling. an abundant supply of the -- With l.. ii n :Best Quality of Ghain:- Ono of tho finest and f' best equipUnited States. ped mills in the Skilled mechanics and thoroughly trained business men in charge of every department they can not fail to give entire satisfaction. They solicit your orders, your exchange work and invite you td visit them or write them when in need "of anything in their line." QUALITY GUARANTEED- 7. i, ' IT'S NOT SO! Payne aro not in ousiness together as a great many . people think. I am for myself and will say and come to me and I will show you that I will sell you L. Miller & Fiuit Cans, both Glass & Tin STEP STOVE, with 40 pieces of waro for 87.00. Hay Rakes, , Sorgo Mills, Evaporators. Home-made Tin Buckets at 15 cents; NAILS, GUNS, CARTRIDGES, SEWING MACHINES, BUILDING HARDWARE, ROAD CARTS. BUGGIES, HO. 7 BOK COOKIKG STOVE with oven for $11,00. I can and will sell goods cheaper than any house in Town. 20-inc- h Dbn't forget the place w Ja L. J CLOVERPORT.KY Lightning Hot Drops is tho greatest of till known remedies for tho euro of all kliuls of pains oxtornal and internnl. Cures" colic, diarrhoea and cholera infantum. Mr. A. M, Mooro, Alt. Jackson, Va., says : "I have used Lightning Hot Drops by tho sido of quito a number of pain remedies, and unhesitatingly it superior to any of them. It is a most wonderful romedy. Have used it in'quito a number of cases of diarrlwa, and am glad to say it has not failed in u single instance." For sale by all dealers "I've been in Barnum'sband of bravo, bold, but bud Bedouins. I've played Zulu, Kaffir, Malay, Indian nnd 'Greaser,' swallowed tho sword for six, months, eat fire, licked hot pokers with my there nearly a year. "During that timo I rnado mysolf tongue, danced on hot coals, chowed hot familiar with nearly all tho islands of steel, breathed out fire from my nose, tho group, and ono in particular had a walked over razors, broko glass with my singular fascination to mo. Onco on tho feet and played the human ostrich." "Well, what is your occupation?" hill tops I looked down upon a long' beach, upon which boat tho finest surf 1 asked Lieut. Burns. "I'm a mm cum freak, a fakir, a sport havo over seen. Tho waves were simply great rollers, which camo in a slow and u bum," said tho copper colored man. dignified fashion that was most impress"If you'll tell us how you work tho ive. Tho men, who had all been there before, ran down tho shore, whero I soon fakes you shall havo a feather bod," promised Patrolman' O'Don-nel- l. saw them hauling somo planks from the , bush, which I learned thoy had con"Thero nin't no fake in thq human cealed on a former occasion. In short, tho waves wero used by them to enjoy ostrich," said tho freak. "Tho ostrich eats glass, swallows knife blades, stones, ono of the most exciting sports imaginable, arid I was very quickly initiated pieces of iion and everything elso ho can get hold of. Thero ain't no fako in that. into it 'Causo why? 'Causo you don't get a PASCINATINO SPOItT. chance to mako a fako out of it. If you men threw off what littlo cloth'Tho It ain't a trick to eat ing they wore. Then each seized a plank could we'd fako and attempted to launch it. This was a glass sandwich. Just put n thin piodo easier said than done, and many were of gliiss between a couplo pf pieces of -tho upsets that ensued as tho big rollers bread and ion tho bread goes down, down goes tho glass, too. People think camo in, bnt finally all of them got beyond tho shoro and beyond tho point it's hard on tho stomach, but that's only where tho waves broke, and then I saw imagination. I saw a fellow do it, and whero tho sport camo in. Turning in I did it ten minutes afterward. Thero shoro tho men threw themselves upou ain't any tiick in stepping on glass. You First' thoy tho planks, and, watching their opportu- watch the fellows that do stir the glass up with a stick to mako nity, steered them so that they held their position on tho crest of tho roller you think they're trying to get tho sharp and camo in with it Onco under way pieces on top. They're just turning tho tho natives skillfully raised themselves to sharp points down. But a fellow must their feet, and so standing upright came havo real dry feot or ho can't do that. If rushing in. Somo wero tossed off, others his feet sweat or nro damp he'll get cut. "Tho firo Dating fako is nothing. If wero caught in tho breaking wave, you soak your hands nnd feet in borax while tho most skillful and intrepid retained their standing positiou until they water tlneoor four hours n day for n couplo of weeks you'll bo ablo to stand a wero literally flung upon tho beach. pretty hot pitco of iron. Wo don't run 1 "I was younger in those days than am now, and soon convinced myself that any risks, but mix n littlo pasto nnd'lots of borax. Wo put a coat of this on our I should enjoy this sport as well as the natives, and, securing a plank, I, too, hands, and when wo pull a hot poker pushed out from tho shoro. Tho first across it thcro's lots of emoko, a sizzle wavo that struck mo nearly drowned and a bad smell. Wo don't hold tho mo, but I dived into tho next and my poker very tighter very long, but people think they smell burning flesh. Wo plank beat mo in about two minutes. cover the bottoms of our feet tho samo "During that visit 1 did not attaiu sufficient skill to enablo me to tako the way, and danro mound on hot coals and rida standing, but on subsequent occa- iron for a fow seconds. But if the pasto sions 1 became fairly proficiont, nnd is wet your feet stick and you got burned. then tho spoi t for a timo becamo a veri- You can fill your mouth with hoi ax, lay table crazo with mo. 1 interested a lots of it on "your tonguo and lick a red number of Englishmen and Americans hot poker. It makes a littlo flame, and in it, and wo really fell into tho habit of when jjeople seo it they think you'ro getting up wavo riding parties. 1 had breathing out (he." "But doesu t the glass you rat hurt becomo so skillful that I rarely missed a wavo, and could make my way out with your stomach?" "Not mine. Tho only troublo is that ease and como riding in with perfect you'ro liable to cut your tongue, and 1 becamo so daring that 1 'equipoise. often swam out beyond tho rest that I you've got lq be careful." The freak was turned over to Turn-ko- y might obtain the full forco nnd exhilara Eustace, who was instructed to givo tion of the ride, and ono day when the sea was particularly high and rolling him u good bed. "Where did you como from?" asked very heavily 1 met with my adventure Eustace. CHASED BY A MONSTER. "From Now York," said tho freaky 'There were six of us enjoying the "Foot or rah.'" sport, with as many natives. I had a "Both." plank especially inado for tho purpose, "Whero aro you Roiivj from here?" wide and stout enough to bear my o "I'm going to net a job as soon as 1 weight, and by lying upon it I soon 1 havo n couplo of dolforced my way over tho incoming rollers can, and when lars I'll skin out" nnd floated in tho comparatively smooth "What's your name?" ' water beyond. Hero I turned my plank "Siguor Curio." shoreward and waited for a good roller. 'How ol 1 aro yon?" Every third ono was, as- - a rule, largo, 'Twenty." Cleveland Leader. and finally a big, green bodied ono camo whirling in, shutting out tho horizon. Human Instinot. , As it camo I caught it, and as I felt tho transferred motion lightly sprang to my So powerful is human instinct, that feet and steadied myself on tho monster somo of its suggestions becomo embodied that extended up and down tho shoro customs. Tho and was rushing to its own destruction. in social and household people know and feel that at tho be"On 1 went, shouting gayly to my companions on the beach. Then I sud- ginning of tho spring season tho system denly becamo awaro that eomothing was needs an alterative and a purifying tonic beside me. I gavo a sido glanco and tho and stimulant. In all parts of tho coun reality almost made mo lose my foothold try it is tho custom for tho housowifo to npon the rushing plauk. What 1 paw her brood with sabsafros tea. was tho sharp dorsal fin of a man eating dose simple remedies that our shark cutting along through tho water Among the employed, this decoction has like a knife. Tho monster was thirteen ancestors or mora feet long and was partly turned continued to hold its own. The demand up toward mo, showing tho white, gleamfor aspriugnltcrativo and tonic, however, ing under surface. is filled more efficaciously by S. S. S., "What patised through my mind in which is itself as simple as nature's remthoso few seconds can hardly be imagedial medicine should' be. It purifies ined. I gavo myself up for lost, as I beand strengthens the lieved the shark would soon rush at tho tho blood, cleanses prepares tho human mnchino plauk, when over 1 would go, an easy system, and yictim. I do not know that I have more to stand tho wear and tear of tho sumthan ordinary nervo, but it flushed mer months. through my mind that possibly tho shark was waiting for mo to fall, and would A Railroad for Hartford. not mako an attack unless I did, nnd in 1 wa3 enabled somo unaccountable way Hartford's hopo of getting n railroad to retain my self possession. Every sec- by means of tho proposed oxtcntion from ond 1 was gaining; overy second brought Fordsvillo nro again rising. A fow days tho big wavo nearer tho beach. Now it aco a nartv of capitalists went over a con was on tho ycrgo of breaking. Still tho and it shark maintained its position. Then 1 siderable poition of tho survey, they oxpressed great surprise at heard tho welcomo roar abovo ino, and is said down it camo liko an avalanche, scintil- tho wealth of timber and tho abundant lating and gleaming, until with ono signs of mineral products of many kinds mighty burst tho aquatic monstor broko. along tho lino. If the road is extended For a singlo second I stood in tho gleamit will bo from Mitchell's crossing, half ing mass, and then was dashed upon the amiloeastof Foidsvillo and down tho beach safo and sound. to Ilino's "Tho shark did not como in, which south fork of Adam's Fork Sulphur Springs ai)d thenco to was evidenco to mo that it had not been Mills, overcomo by tho rush of tho water, but Hartford. was simply following mo with duo Tho prospects for tho building of tho to its cuisino. I need hardly say road aro now brighter than thoy havo that this was my last experience sidii.g over been. Owonsboro Messenger. breakers there. Upon inquiry 1 learned that natives had been attacked by sharks That Terrible Oough during tho sport on several occasion. When I look back upou it and recall the In tho morning, hurried or difficult "Speaking of adventures," said my companion, who had been listening to a number of stories told in tho old boat house, "I can relate one that at least at tho titno seemed exciting enough. I had been travoling around tho world, after the fasliion of Englishmen, and had stopped at tho Samoan islands on my way up from Australia to run them over and gain somo information regarding tho natives, their ways and customs, nnd as a result I becamo enamored with tho place, chmato and people, and remained Lieut. Burn?, "but if you'll tell us whether yotfro black, white, brown or red, I shall co that you havo tho best bed in tho house." Tho applicant scratched his head and stood first on ono foot nnd then tho other. Finally ho drawled out, "My grandfather and grandmother on my mother's sido wero Indians. My father's father was a Spuuiard, and his mother I don't know what I am." a Mexican. "What's your business" asked Lieut Burns. SHOES, and V. . - SUMMER LAWNS AND - , CLOTHING. At prices that can't be beat. GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. We must close them out by fall to give room for our Wo keep constantly on hand a nice lino of NEW STOCK OF GOODS. Wo expect to'handlo a line of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed. Wc have on hand also, a splendid lino of GROCERIES. At lowest prices,, and arc also Agents for tho Drugs and Patent Medicines. Como in and give us a trial, and get a bargain in somothing need before this opportunity is gone Respectfully, WITT MEADOR, IIARDINSBURG, Celebrated McSherry Wheat Drill And the North Western Fertlizcrs Co's., KY. it "HORSE SHOE" Brand of Fertlizer. Give us a call and you will never regret it. Respectfully, m iflifpliili ti it MOORMAN & BEELER, CLENDEANE, KY. Teachers' Institute a Mere Farce. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Aug. 27th, 1891. KniTon news You will find enclosed twenty-fiv- e cents for which you will plcaso to send the BiincKEXWDan News to me nt Jcflbrsonville, Montgomery county, Ky., for thrco months. I nm attending tho Teachers' Instituto at this place this week and find it to bo a incro farce as usual. Major 0. W. Fowler, who is well known in your town has had an opportunity of being there only a few hours, and has in that timo aroused the interest of tho Institute very much. This place is much interbut Mnjor Fowested in privatu-schoolTraining Schoof will be tho school ler's noxt year. Among tho most pleasant acquaintances whom I havo made hero aro Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Chick, of Breckcnridgo s, The Church Choir. Tin: OKGANIST. He gUis but one car to the piece he Is plnjing While trying to hear what the othcrsurc wiying. TUB SOIMIKANO. bin Is beautiful, jmitliful and charming to ccc And In singing and lllrting is "way up in O." THKAIIO. She Is a maiden retired from the stage, Where once she was noted because of her age. The largest stock ofSaddlery and LTarncss at subsoil prices can bo found at f in . H . .! 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, 86.50, $7.50, 89.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, , Bo MAMMIa. 4.00, 4.50, Em, 18. TIIKTENOU. He Is a man of culture and his dulcit tones arc such Ihat for joining in with tenor he demands three times as inuih. TIMJ 11ASS. little man, but his Milcc is v proHclsacr) found That one is templed to believe he's built some underground, N. Y. Herald. 2.50, 3.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large lino 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. We carry a line - i H en-tir- ro-ga- pro-noun- co breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in the chest, quickued pulso, chlllness in tho evening or swoats at night, all or any of theso thiugs aro tho first stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough You nover'tried Do Witt's Littlo Early Remedy will euro theso fearful symptoms Risers for constipation, billipusnese, sick nnd is sold- - under a positive guarantee headache or you would not havo theso by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd Witt & Mcador, llnrdinsburg, Ky. diseases. Sold by G. W. Short. n the sensation of rushing onward high-ocrest of a big wavo I almost wish I could indulge in the sport again, though without tho shark accompaniment" Philadelphia Times. Dr. Acker's English Pills. For sick county. headache, disordered stomach, loss of This is a growing town, pleasantly appetite, bad complexion nnd bilioust situated. Hut 1 am truly glad to know-tha- ness, thoy havo novor been equaled, Henderson will furnish Kentucky's cither in America or abroad. For Salo next Governor, and not Mt. Sterling. by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Yery truly, Vivt & Mendor, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Lii.uk F. Cooi'Eit. Bitten by a'Mad Dog. Do Not Suffer Any Longer. Messrs. J. E. Mattingly and James Knowing that a cough can bo checked Estes, farmers of tho Birk City neighborin a day, and tho first stages of consump- hood, wero badly bitten by a mad dog tion broken in a week, wo hereby guaran- lato Tuesday afternoon. Tho dog tee Dr. Acker's English Cough IJemcdy, to the children of Mr. Estes and and will refund tho money to all who was a great pet. A few minutes beforo buy, tako it as per directions, nnd do the dog showed evidenco of hydrophobin not find our statement correct For it was playing in tho yard in front.of the Salo by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., houbo. Yery unexpectedly it began snapand Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. ping nt overy one. Tho children beat a nasty retreat, and got nway from it. Mr. The Devout Maiden. Estes went into the yard to catch tho dog Her head was bowed upon licr liaml, so as to lock it up. Just as ho got to it wns devout ; Her in.inner tho dog turned on him and caught his lingers she lint through her li Wns looking .ill about. hand. It was driven olF, and immediate11UKLKCTION AT C1IUKCII. ly it began to bite at sticks, shrubbery She IilIJ her hj inn book out before and every object in sight. she rosu to sing, Whene'er, About .this, timo Mr. Mattingly camo And wondiud If the people . iw Finally tho llcr new engagement ring. N. V. Herald Up and he, too, was bitten. dog wns shot. Both gentlemen wero yesterday afThe First Step. searching for a down, can't cat, ternoon. Owensboio Messenger. Forlmps you aro run can't sleep, can't think, can't do anyThero nro fow more dangeious diseases thing to your satisfaction, and you wonder what ails you. You should heed tho than dysentery, diarrluea and flux. Tho warning, you nro taking tho first step in- mortality among infants is greater from You need a cholera Infantum than any other disease. to Nervous Prostration. Nervo Tonic and in Electric Bitters you Lightning Hot Drops will positively euro will find tho exact remedy for restoring all theso ailments- - Children liko it. your nervous system to its normal, Keep a bottlo in tho houso ; it will often healthy condition. Surprising results savo a doctor bill. All dealers sell it. follow tho use of this great Nerve Tonic 25 and 50 cents. and Alterative. Your appetite returns, He was an Irishman, a husband nnd good digestion is restored, and tho Liver and Kidneys rcsumoliealthy action. Try about to bo a parent. Intensely intera bottlo. Trico 50c. at G. W. Short, ested as to tho sex of his first born, ho Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Ilar- heard tho doctor's footsteps descending tho stairs and rushed to meet him with dinsburg, Ky. "Sure doctor, am I n father or a mother?" Rev. Plink Flunk on Ambition. London Globe. It doan' do to hub to much ambition, deah breddorn. I hab known men who A Little Girl's Experince In a hnb reached do top rung ob do ladder oh Lighthouse. lame, an' in tryin' to go ono step higher Mr. and Mrs. Loron Trcscott nro keep doy oiily succeeded in fallin' off on do era of tho Gov. Lighthouso at Sand udder sido into do abyss ob obsolotion. Beach, Mich., and aro blessed with a N. Y. irerahh daughter four years old. Last April sho was Kidney and liver troubles should takon down with Measles, followed with novor bo neglected. A stitch in timo a dreadful Cough ajid turning intoa Fevsaves death. Mr. W. Y. Bates, Marietta, er, Doctors at homo and Detroit treated "Lightning Kidnoy & her, but in vain, sho grow worso rapidly, S. O., writes? Liver Romedy is tho best liver medlcino until sho was a incro "handful of bones." I over saw. I had been taking other Then bIio tried Dr. King's Now Dismedicines, but got no relief until I took covery and after tho use of two and a Ligtnirig Kidnoy & Liver Remedy. I re- half 'bottles, was completely cured. commend it to all who miller with liver Thoy say Dr. King's New Discovery is worth itn weight in gold, yet you may or kidnoy troubles." got atrial bottlo free atG. Wi Short's Buy the Monarch Bhirt, it !b tho best. Drugstore. Aro active, effect! va nnd pure. mad-ston- e 3D. SC-nivd:3I3TOiT. i'f . People with impure blood may bo said Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. to exist, not live. Lifo is robbed of half its Joys when tho blood is loaded with IfcTO. impurities and di&easo. Correct this condition with DcWitt's Sarsaparilla, it is reliable. Sold by G. W. Short. Taking Effect At5;0Q o'ckkA, &g. WednezdayJuly A? R. Go. TIME SCHEDULE 29. '91 Traxnt BUY YOUR lfl 63 G Bound Traint 51 Eatt Sound Mall 52 & SHIETS I'llOiTI Kxpr's Expr's Daily 25pm 11411 Mull & e. Dally" 9 ORprn STATIONS llv.Uii'n Dp't..ar ivciuucKv at. Howard , Hock Haven I.onjr llranch MrandciilmrK Meade Springs Gustnn Irvinjjton Expr's Expr'. 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When orilcr-In- tr ntltlrofiM of your impcr cliuiitrvil uiivayMglvo tlto old ns well km tliu LoufsvPle,Hardinsburg& Western now tttldrcHh. Always glvo pokt-ofric- o, 40pm ll.nkiit 734 333 lar.IIendcrs'n lv 7 20.iin 320pm R. R. Owciuboro Mattingly Stanley Worthlngton Spoltsville Powers l'ates 913 865 842 833 8 19 449 437 428 4 810 800 7 42 406 348 3 41 l' paper 1 tif y un. county uud Mute, If your not received rctrulurl y, no No. 2 TIME TABLE. TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1891. BANK OP West Hound Trains I HAEDIHSBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. B. F. BEAUD, President. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. Q. W. BEAHD 1 MORRIS KSKRIDOE J R. M. JOLLY. - East Hound Trains "Dally Dally Dally DaUy ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun. ex Sun No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 11 30 un I.v IrvhiKton Ar 9 45am 1210pm Oarheld 8 31 12 25 Harned 810 12 45 Ilardinsburg 745 Klrk 118 7 09 132 Jolly 6 63 Glendcane 163 621 2 05 Deuipjter 6 09 2 30pm ar ralMlough lv 6 Slam 3 15 Uockvnle 4 65 3 27 Huth 4 41 3 37 4 36 JVsklns 3 52 Oaks 415 I 4 30pmArKordsvilleI.v 4 00am Dlrocton. GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for vH INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. DoWitt's Sarsaparilla destroys euch poisons as scrolula, skin diseaso, eczema, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mieh rheumatism. Its timely use saves many iean Piaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil lives. Sold by G. W, Short. by (he Barrel, Plaster Hair, Rcnow your Bubscrlpiton now. I & you can't sond i dollar for'a year send Brick, Flow Handles, Pine Flooring al 50 cts. for six months or 25 conts for ways kept on hand, Orders acthrco months. companied by cash prompt ly filled lluy the Monarch shirt. Reapers and Mowers, Fine Poplar Shingles i A S Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JNO. D. & SEPTEMBER 9, 1891. VmOII. 0. n ABI1AGK, Editors and Proprietor!. 1c Ii., St. l , T. Eiecal Time Card. " " 10.05 Woat 11.07 5.58 East West..:... .. 0.2T 11.19 East Mali and Eipress going 'East Express " " " Local Freight ' " ,- - West 10.Q5 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. and it is generKentucky politics HARD1HSBURG DEPARTMENT. ally conceded tbnt his appointment is the best one the Governor hns tnadu. i: it Iter While ho may not have the depth of V. U.KAUltAUi: thought and the oxtenslvo learning posL, H. & W. TIME TABLE. sessed by some, yet hi8 views upon state OOINO WK8T. matters generally aro considered sound Passenger Dally nrr. Hardtnsburg..l2:05 p.m. and aro freely courted. Ten years exper ooino RABT. ience in tho public niTairs of his state has Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 8:55 a.m. mado him prominent and widely known, and ho possesses a host of friends. Wo Davis Quiltcr is tho best thing out. congratulate tho General on his success, Now is good timo to fill your coal and feel assured that ho will mako a houses. valuablo stnto oillcial. $200 per month, is made by selling to-da-y, BRANDENBURG. Tlia sick of tho community nro Improving. Mr. R. C. Craycroft, of Big Spring, was in town Saturday. Miss Isabella Bruner has gone to Cedar Grovo to attend school. Mr James Ricketts, of Louisville, spent a few days here last week. Miss Jennie Eastcs, of Louisville, is tho guest of Mrs. Abo Ditto, Sr. Miss Wortham, of Grayson county, Do You Want GREAT SLAUGHTER IN. A FAEM ? f Pknnsylvina Democrats hnvo declared for Grovcr Cleveland. Beware of Ointments for Cararrh that contain Mercury, when surely destroy tho senso up in tho llosctta country as mercury will completely derango tho of smell and that Captt George Mercer hasn't seen entering it through whole system It is said daylight since tho August election. Tun last official act of jov. Buckncr to pardon McLcod Lowe, a fo prisoner, sent up from Bracken county for murder. waB 11 Fitoit tho opinions expressed by a number of tho Democratic mombers elect to tho Legislature, Mr. Pettit doesn't seem to bo in it for Speaker. A NUMunn of prominent Kcntuckians expressed themselves on tho day of Gov. Brown's inauguration, that Col. P. Wat Hardin would get thero four years hence, Gov. Such articles tho mucous surfaces. should never bo used except on prescriptions from rcputablo physicians, as the damage thoy will do is ten fold to tho good you can possibly dcrivo from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, and acts directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho Bystem. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you get tho genuine It is taken internally, and mado in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &Co. Sold by Druggists, 75c. BEWLEYVILLE. Brown's inagural address was Nsw goods at tho Cash Store. " brief and to tho point. He starts out Miss Blanche Jolly is quite sick. with notice to tho law breakers Jhat none of them need expect much favor from Miss Eula Stith went to Louisville last week. him. Mr. Marion Ruter returned to tho city President Clay in his speech reassemb- Monday. ling tho Constitutional Convention fav Be sure to send your children to school ored changing tho Constitution by this week. railroad commissioners elective Mr. Clydo Shumato, of Hill Grove, is instead of appointive. attending school hero. Mr. C. M. Sanders, of Elizabcthtown, The Louisville Commercial is a very was with us last week. bright and readiblo paper. Tho News Quito a number of people attended serdon't like its politics, but its n newspaper nevertheless, and it is growing in fav- vices at Bethel Sunday. or every day in this section. Mr. and Mra. Schafer, of Colesburg, aro visiting Mrs. Susan Triplett. Fi.an.uiax, of Texas, has been appointMr. Frank Snyder and Clias. Northern ed by tho President Collector of Customs left Tuesday for McKinncy, Texas. at El Paso, Texas. It is tho same FlanaMiss Mary Blanford returned Monday gan, who dealt in coon skins and plug from a visit to relatives in Vino Grove. tobacco, in this town prior to tho war. Miss Emma Hodges, of Louisville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Chanio Hodges. If the Misses Brown don't each find Mrs. A. Bennott returned from Plains, a husband in this great state of Kentucky where she visited relatives and friends. it will be no fault of tho Louisville Times Mr. Matt. Payne, of Harncd, was tho Thoso two and Oweneboro Messenger. papers gave the throe beauties a splen- guest of his uncle, Tlios. P. Payne, Satur day. did send oil'. Mr. and Mis. S. P. Drury and son, The News man in his rounds at Frank- Master Howard, were in Louisville last fort last week discovered that James E. week. Stone was ono of tho most popular officRev. Perryclear, of tho Seminary, will ials in the ring and is not likely to have preach at the Baptrst church next any opposition for the position of assist- Sunday. ant clerk in the next Legislature. Mr. Roy Cain came up from Falls of Rough Friday to attend school at this It is reported that tho prospects for a place. railroad from Fordsvillc to Hartford are Mrs. G. Harrison, of Louisville, was improving. A number of capitlists revisiting relatives and friends hero last cently went over tho proposed route and and expressed great surprise at tho week. Mrs. Ann Blanford returned Monday wealth of timber and mineral products from a very extended visit to relatives in nlong tho lino. Hardin county. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Constance, of Louis Commissioner of Pensions, Kaum, ville, aro the guests of Dr. J. II. W. seems to bo having a tough old time with this administration. Itaum should have Frank and family. Mr. Will Brown and Miss Julia Rich been fired long ago if half that has been told of him bo true. But brother Harri-K- ardson wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. and his friends are afraid of Itaum C. O. Stith Sunday. and-hipolitical influence. Miss Mattie Leo M. Forraan and Mr. Pete Fontrine, of Brandenburg, aro vis. Mr. II. II. Kinosolvixo, of Mt. Ster- Uing Miss Lena Drury. ling, is an applicant for the appointment Tho public school opened with sixty of Railroad Commissioner under Gov. pupils. Mrs. Lena Drury has charge of Brown. Mr. Kingsolving is originally the primary Department. from Hartford, Ky., hut has been long Mrs. John D. Williams and Miss Dora enough in tho Blue grass to feel that he Hensley, of Mt. Vernon, 111., and Mrs. R should bo numbered among the great. M. Jolly, of Irvington, wero in town last mak-ingJL- spent Friday nnd Saturday hero. Mrs. Orla Richardson nnd daughter, Davis Quiltcr. tho Nellie, havo returned to Louisville Davis Quiltcr is sold all over Mr. John Green, of Louisville, is visitUnited States. Mrs. ing his grandmother, Mrs. M. O. Green. Mrs. Kay is visiting hcrdaughter, Mrs James M. Eastcs died Monday Will Hardin. morning nt 9 o'clock after a long illness. o Mr- - Harry Monroe was up from Mr. Alex. Hcndro nnd wife, of Preston last Sunday. wero in town ono day last week shopMr. Newt. Petrio was hero from ping. last Sunyay. Dr. Bob. Dowdcn nnd family havo relast Judgo Mercer was at Loitchflcld turned from n visit of several weeks at week on legal business. Liston, Ind. Mr. Estcl Sutton, Louisville, was hero Mrs. liarriet Powell and daughter, Miss last Saturday and Sunday. Lida, left Sunday morning for a visit to Joo Buzby took little "Deaf and Dumb' Corydon, Ind. v to Danville, Ky., last Monday. Mr. Albert Richardson left Saturday to Miss Fannio Smith loft last week for Vine Grovo much to the regret of his attend school at Midway, Ky. many friends. Ladies you aro specially invited to Miss Lillio Williams, of Alton, Ind., call and sco Davis Quiltcr work. arrived hero Tuesday and will spend Mr. Jones Mercer has been sworn in somo timo with Mrs. J. D. Hardin. as deputy clerk for R. S. Skillman. Messrs. Elvin Wimp, Hugh Ditto, Sim. Mr. Obediah Skinner, of West Point, McAuliffo, Harvey Gary and Hewit was in tho city a few days lost week. aro attending tho Elizabcthtown J. Rod Mattlngly has been appoiutcd, fair. , deputy sheriff by Stuart DcJcrnctto. Mrs. Young and son Fcrcy, who havo Tho town has expended about $300 in boon spending tho summer nt Mr. A. repairs on tho street leading to tho depot Moremen's, returned to Louisville last Tho merchants arc getting in largo week. stocks of fall goods. A big trade is lookSheriff Hardin nnd Woolfolk took the ed for. two prisoners, Wiscmen nnd Douglas to county on DaviS Frankfort nnd attended tho inaugural of An agency for some Quiltcr will heat tho best farm in tho tho Governor. county. Miss Mammio McGlosscn, who has Major Horace Scott has contracted for been spending tho summer with Miss the building of n new addition to his Pearl Ditto, left Sunday night for her home in Louisville. storehouse. Mr. Thomas II. Ditto nnd wife left Rev. J. C. Petrio and wife leave this Monday for Vino Grove nfter n few days week to .attend tho annual Conference there with Mr. Frank Dittoand wife they at Cadiz, Ky, will attend tho Elizabcthtown fair. Miss Lizzio Smith leaves next Satur Mr. Will Grinnell and Misses. Fannio day to enter as a teacher in tho Hawcs-vill- o Woolfolk, Annie, Richardson and Mrs. High school. to attend tho Tho Catholic picnic did not pan out Grinnell left. Tuesday Eliznbethtown fair. Miss Annie will very well last Saturday on account of tho visit Lebanon before she returns. unfavorable weather. Mr. J. S. Moremen and son, Lanson, More money mado in selling Davis and Mr. Bud. Price left Saturday for tho Quiltcr than any other business, give Elizabcthtown fair. Having in charge it a trial and bo convinced. Hcrmon, Urgo, Lizzio R. and Addio D., Life is short and timo is precious, so horses from Glen Font stock farm. get an agency for Davis Quiltcr and Mrs. Martha A. Barnett died at her mako you somo big money quick. home in Elizabcthtown, August 30, 1891. Now is tho time to get into a money She was the wife of Rev. Joseph Barnett. making business. So secure an agency Thoy lived tho greater part of their life for Davis Quiltcr at Hardinsburg, Ky. at Big Spring, Meade county, and were J. G. Harrington, of Garnettsville, was well known throughout the state. in town last Saturday. Ho thinks o.f Mr. Henry C. Rawlings, of Kansas opening a saloon in tho Turpin Hotel. City, who has been ill with malarial fever Tho will of Milton M. Tato was ad- for the past thrco weeks left last Wednesmitted to probate in the County Court day for Denver, Col., to try that climate last week. Mr. Ben T. Miller is executor. as his lungs are slightly affected. He Chris. Ahl living at tho toll gate had wasaccompainedby his brother, Dr. J. a bay horse stolen from him last Thurs- A. Rawlings, who will remain with him day night. The animal was valued at until ho is convalescent. Glen-deanClo-vcrpo- rt fo We haVo come to this town to sell goods. Wo find that Goods aro already sold here A HOUSED LOT? vory low. "We find also that if we do business in this town we have to make the price We find out another fact that the right. DO You people here wear good clothes, and tliat they are also judges of what a good article of A Good Dwelling? Clothing is. They are consequently not to be fooled cither in the quality or the price. And seeing what we do see, we are in a shape to set our sails to catch tho popular Do breeze. A Tobacco Warehouse? To make a long story short we are here to sell goods. We have the Goods and they All located in and must be sold. That's what wc bought 'em, near Cloverport. If for. Thoy must go. And to give you some so now is your chance idea that we mean business, we quote prices not as leaders merely, but our whole stock goes at proportionately low prices. ' Valuable leal Estate In Clothing we can sell you : A Good Casiviere Suit for only - - - - -- $.50 HOUSES&LOTS A Good Pair of Working Pants for - - - LOO Do CLOTHING You Want Want ty -- You Want - That must be SOLID As administrator of tho estate of T. N. Warfield, deceased, I will offer for ealo until November 1st, 1891, at privato or. public said, tho following described property in and near tho city of Cloverport : Remember the place, Short's Old Stand.. Ghilderns Suits from $1.50 to $3.00 very cheap. Agood Trunk for $3.00 Hats, Wool and Qasimere from SO cts- to $4.00 Men's Shoes from $1 up. Boots from $2 up. Men's White ShirJs 50, 75, $1.00 andjicp. Working Shirts from 25 cents up. - ' COME AND SEE US. GOODMAN & i KLEIN, CLOVERPORT, KY. A Tract of 190 Acres More or less of good land, lying on Clovor Creeh, three miles from Cloverport, near tho John Hardin -Also place, with improvements. 100 acres "Woodland lying near the above tract. This is fine land, produces well "and will bo sold at a bargain. unsi'iroxTnsraEnnsr'T op the :HardinsI)int ,'. Normal .'. Institute:- - Monday, August 31st, Tho Fall term of twenty weeks will begin 1891. 160 Acre Tract In Hancock county, near Patesvillo $75. n s In these times of shaky banks and de- faulting cashiers, wo aro proud to say that none stand higher than do our own two banks in this county. They aro among tho solid institutions of the state and it's a solid comfort in knowing this, whether n fellow lias nny money in them or not. The Constitutional Convention rcas-bcmbl- at Frankfort last week to revise that instrument which tho people adopted nt August, and to insert such gramati-Mi- l corrections as will bo found necessary. It is not known how long tho convention will bo in session, but possibly not but a few weeks. The judges of the Court of Appeals and Superior Court will resume their duties at Frankfort this week after a two month's vacation. These pillars offtho law aro to be congratulated on beingablo to get a two months outing a year, and a salary of 55,000 each. How many of us would bo glad to get tho S5.000 a year and say nothing about a two month's vacation. We can assure our esteemed contemporary tho Louisville Critic, that wo meant to cast no reflections upon tho character and purity of Buckuer as a man and a Democrat, when wo said there were other men in this district wo preferred for Congress to him. Wo still say that there are a number of men in tho district who would represent us equally as well as tho ox-Go- v. persons have died from being caught in tho railroad wreck which occurred on tho Cannelton branch of tho Air Line, near Tell city, last weok. Tho disaster was caused by tho officials in charge of tho train, and it is said tho company will bo mado to suffer pretty heavy damages. Suits for over $100,000 Eight have already been instituted. county people hnyc reason to bo proud of tho appointment of Capt. A. J. Gross as Adjutant General of tho Slate. It is tho first recognition tho county has had in this way in many years' Besides tho Capt. (All! excuse us) Gen. Gross has but few superiors in BitECKENitiDan W. E. Spotwood & Co., will reman in Hardinsburg Bometimo yet and want agents to sell Davis Quiltcr go and sco them. It is said that Hardinsburg can havo the next session of the Louisville Annual Conference of the M. E. church South, held hero if she wants it. Ladies, you can mako a nice eight pound comfort in ono half of an hour's time and a nice quilt in one hour's time on your own sowing machino with Davis Quiltcr. Wo want agents at onco to travel in each county in Kentucky and sell Davis week. Quiltcr. No cxperianco required, it sells Mrs. Susan Tripplctt returned Saturday on sight. Call on or write to W. E. from Gnmettsvillc, where she has been spotwood fc Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. for so vend months visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kate Partlow. GUSTON. Rov. Mr. Davenport, of tho M. E. church, filled his usual appointment Miss Kittio Mumford left last week for lieio Sunday, this being his last for school at Covington. this conferenco year. Mr. Matt. Sanders," of Elizabcthtown, Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Stith and family was down and took in tho sale. left Wednesday for Vermillion, 111., Another fino rain lost week which will where thoy expect to visit Mrs. Stith's enablo tho farmers to finish their plowfather, Mr. Lochincr. ing for wheat. Mrs. Lucy Stith, who has been visit ing the family of D. J. M. Walker, left Mr. William Bowley, of Highland, Wednesday for Hopkinsville, where she was visiting his brother, M. N. Bewloy, will visit her brother. of this vicinity last week. A typographical error caused us to Mr. and Mrs. Tooney, of Louisville, statu in this column lost weok that Mr. accompanied by their daughter, Miss Wado Ditto had gono to Texas, it should Florence, arc visiting Mr. II. B. Livers havo been Mr. Wado Drury. and family. Mrs. Mary Orendorf, of Louisville, who Mr. J. C. Dowell delivered hero tho has been visiting relatives here, was first of this month to Mr. Bon. Clarkston called homo Monday by tho illness of 17 two year old steers, and 5 lieifors that her daughter, Mrs. Lena Crosier. averaged 1024 pounds. Tho sale was Rev. Win. E. Perayclcar, of tho Theo mado somo five or six months ago, and logical Seminary of Louisville, will tho price was 3 cents per pound. preach at tho Baptist church next SaturMr. Nick Helt has probably bad tho day and Sunday at 11 o'clock a. in. largest crop of peaches this year than Miss Knto Burkhardt, who has been nny person in this community over had spending vacation with her grandpa-runtMr. and Mrs. G. S. Dowell, re- before considering that ho has no special turned homo Saturday to attend school. peach orchard. His crop will amount Mr. L. II. Deitz, a foimer resident of .to four or five hundred bushels. Mr. J. B. Smith finished up threshing this place, was arrested and placed in jail last Thursday and run his now machino in Louisville on a chargo of bigamy. It has just como to light that ho has three under his shed. Mr. Smith is a hustler living wives, tho second, Miss Jennie with a thresher, having threshed somo Pennington, having boon married to him 18,000 bushels in less than two months. Tho protracted meeting at Bethel closhero. Mr. Charlie Pennington, of Louistown Sunday enrouto to ed last Wednesday night. Wo boliovo ville, was in Hardiusburg to secure a copy of tho thero wero no additions to tho church, marriage certificate, of Miss Jcnnio Pen- yet tho services on most ocensions wero nington to L. II. Deitz to ho used in the very interesting. Wo hopo tho seed that was sown may bring forth fruit to tho trial Tuesday. Thero will bo preaching nt tho Baptist honor and glory of the father of us all. Mr. Abbott Fousheo's little girl got her mccting-housin Bowloyvillo Saturday thigh broken last Sunday morning. Mr. and Sunday, September 12 and 13, nt 11 Foushco and his family wero on their o'clock a. m. It is highly important that way to church. His wffo and littlo girl thero bo a full attendance of tho church wero riding horso back. Tho animal at these meetings. Why not? Only two becamo frightened and whirled nround days in thirty to tho service of tho Lord! very suddenly, throwing thorn both off and causing the above accident. Wo Workers in tho Lord's vineyard will wo aro glad to hour that tho littlo girl is getforsake for pleasant labor of laying up ting nlong well. rich fruit in heaven and givo our whole BROWN'S IRON BITTERS timo to gathering tho perishnblo dust of Cure Indigestion, Biliousness, Dyspepsia, Mala, earth? Foraako not tho assomblimr of rla. Nervousness, and General Debility, I'nyst I clans recommend It. All dealers sell It. Genuine youreelves together. fcuu trade mark and crossed red line on wrapper. s, o The New Adjutant General. Owcnsboro Inquirer. Capt. Jack Gross will mako nn industrious and splendid Adjutant General- (Hartford Herald,) General Jack Gross is a former Ohio county man, and has always been a reader and friend to tho Herald, which now joins his numerous friends in this district in congratulations that ho is to bo Gov. Brown's "man of war." Carlisle Mccrury. Capt Jack Gross, tho now Adjutant General, is ono of tho truest men in Kentucky ; generous to a fault and the lover of friends. Ho served through tho war in tho "Orphan Brigado," and was ono of tho bravest and best of soldiers, as ho, is now citizen and friend. (Owcnsboro Messenger.) The Bowling Green Times is well pleased with all of Governor Brown's cabinet save tho Adjutant Goneral. Tho secret of tho Times' displeasure at this appointment may Ho in tho fact that it 5b disappointed nt tho failure of a most estimablo Bowling Green gentleman to A 10 get this appointment. Jack Gross is not much for stylo, but ho is 'busincssliko, of unimproved property lying within thorough nnd ambitious. Ho managed tho United States Marshal's office with tho corporate limits of Cloverport. Terms reasonable. Call on tho consummate skill, and it is safo to predict that ho will bo popular with tho undersigned in Cloverport. State militia and vastly improvo tho service The Summer term of eight weeks will begin with improvements, occupied at This this time by Ben Shadrick. is also a fine tract of land with good : improvements and suitablo for a small farmer. A bargain for some- Tuition in Primary Course, 1. GO per month. " body. Elomentary Course " 2.00 I " Intermediate Course " 2.50 " One Lot Large Other Courses " 3.00 All Tuition Fees must bo paid in advance, unless otherwise on arranged. No reduction for absence unless caused by sickness. , Near the uppor landing in the city , of Cloverport, capablo of handling Board can be had in privato families at $2.25 to $2.50 "per weok a million pounds of tobacco. including fuel and lights. Tho Principal marked at and by tho One House Lot aid of the pcoplo wo has had achieve a successdeal this point,Wo can givo hopo to great more. in said city, fronting on High street pupils every advantage hero that thoy can got at any school. For further information address running back 400 feet to Houston or Railroad street, with a two story K. dwelling and L and other outHARDINSBURG, KY. buildings, occupied at present by A. S. English as n privato hotel. MoiidsLtj, TJaLntia.ru 18th, '921. Tho Spring term of sixteen weeks will begin Monday, May 6th, '92. TUITION FEES with use it BOARD: and P. SHACKLETT, Prin., Tract of Acres, J. R. JOHNSON, -- DKAI.nit IN Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Years Old. F. FRAIZE, Adm'r, The Davis Quiltcr. IlARDiNsnuiso, Ky., Aug. 28, 1891. Know all men by these presents, that wo tho undersigned citizens of Hardinsburg, Brcckonridgo County, Kentucky, havo seen Davis Quilter on exhibition hero in our City, and wo do cheerfully rccominend it to tho ladies of our town and county, as n very valuable and labor saving invention : V, G. Babbage, Mayor of tho City. Burrel Beard, Beard Hotel, Amos Board, Hotel Clerk, J. B. Buzby, Liveryman, J. II. Glasscock, Merchant, J. II Lonnin, Editor Republic, Mrs. S. A. Haffey & Co., Dry G'ds, Clayton Beard, Carpenter, R. P. Shacklott, Pnn. High School Jolly Meador, Merchant, G. J. Gctzondannor, Tinnor, C. E. Haswoll, Merchant, Thos. Adkisson, County Judge, R. S, Skillman, Clerk B. C. C. T. A. McGill, Deputy County Clerk Jus. W. Miller, Sunt, of. Schools, W, S. Beard, Merchant, Jesso Whitworth, It. R. Agont, E. E. Rhodes, Sowing Much. Ag't, Alf. Allen, Lawyer, Wm. II. Bell, Merchant, John Sluton, Jailer, -- T. N. WARFIELD, Dec. Also for salo one CHOICE House and Lot in Stephchsport. "WIIVDES. ' Leading Brands of Tobacco and Cigars. Legitimate Orders accompanied by tho Cash -- will receive prompt' " attention. s 95 Acres of good land on Bull Creek, near John Ahl's, with improvements. HARDINSBUBG-- , KK CENTRE COLLEGE um. Location healthful, information address : : KY." - 97 Acres of good land, vory well improved, near Cloverport, on tho Patesvillo road. Oldest College In the Southwest. More than um nlnmnl. I,,..,. Courses leading to degrees Classical. Scientific ami Hl.nl.,.. lfacnltv. 1 wo elegant building! Just erected. Complete GymnasN mo saioo ns. Next session begins hent.o, 1801. Kortatalogue or further W. U YOUNG, D. D., Danvllic, Kentucky. n f 60 Acres with improvements in Hancock county, two miles from Cloverport, on tho Patesvillo road. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, hruises, sores, ulcors, salt rhoum, fover sores, tettor, chnpped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay required It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or Prico 25 cents per monoy refunded. box For Bale by G. W. Short, Clover- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Make NOTICE, FRUITGROWERS! jour orders by the 1st of Oclober and we will furnish you any kind of SMUA.XjI, port, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. SHEXIBS) itO. ZACK. GREEN, Manager Hardinsburg Numrj. HAHDINBDUHO, KY, tkeies, Dentistry. Dr. J. P. WUliams, of tho ofllcoof Dr. W. B. Armandt, Owcnsboro, Ky., will bo in Cloverport, September 21st, 1891, and will remain three days. All parties dental work will do desiring first-clas- s well to call on him nt Dr. S. $. Watkins' ofilco, and you will bo treated politely, get good work at reasonable prices. Executor's Notice. On on the pretalios of lata This Breekenrldgoxcounty, Terms reasonable. Must sell I will offer for sale,deocaaed, about twothemiles the headfarm lies In Long Milton M. Tate, waters of Lick and west of HuruMnaburjr, Ky., all of the personal mile from the L. II. A W. raload,"and is to pay debts. Call and seo mo, Thursday, 10th day of September, 1801, LAND FOR SALE. on one-ha- lf F. FRAIZE, CLOVERPORT, KY. property belonging to said estate, consisting of borsos. mules, hogs, cattle, sheep,' com, wheat and hay, farming Implements, household and kltehen furniture. Terms will be made known on day of sale, 11EN. T, MILLEll, Kx'r. well Will sell as a whole or divide In for further information address W. W. LEWIS, C vhu wonsboro, Ky. traats to suit purchasers, improved. ? 2tt- Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta promptly" on tho Kidneys, (ivor'and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers mid euros hnbitunl constipation. Syrup c gs is tho only remedy of its kinu ever produced, pleasing to the tnste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most pontile remedy known. SvniporFift j for snlo in 50c and $1 bottles by alL leading druggists. Any refiablo druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. 'CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAti FHANCISC LOUISVILLE, KY. Tho city council at its last meeting passed a resolution revoking a former resolution accepting tho resignation of Mayor Pierco. They all lovo him ho well and ho has made such a splendid city olllccr that they find it impossible, to get along without him. Tho Mayor has not yet mado up his mind to remain, but it is quito probable that ho will. Miss Nannie Stephens, assisted bv her mother, Mrs. James G. Stephens, gave n most cnjoyablo entertainment at their beautiful homo In Holt last Thursday evening. It was In honor of her guests, Misses Smith, Divis and McGavock, of Tennessee, There wero quito a number of young people present from this city. The Irvington Flouring Mill Company succeed tho Messrs. Boyd Bros, in the milling business at Irvington. Tho new firm is composed of R. M. Jolly, W. J. Piggott and J. F. Boyd, a combination that is hard to beat when it comes to business. Here is capital, push, energy and experience all combined, and with ono of tho best milling plants in tho Stato, in n fino wheat-growin- g section, there is no reason why tho now firm shouldn't be a success. - EXTRACTS FROM A LETTER. im tuttwMMm0BmmmmmmammmiKmmmmmwmmmaBmimmmmmmmawmmmaKmmmmmmmnm. Written by a Rccont Visitor to Our City. All ArtUl A ur l.'rniul in o 11 if Vm Olil II illw. Hull Appro-cla- d- A"Swl Reduction .' 99 Gratifying to All. Tho high position attained and tho universal acceptance and approval of tho pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, as tho most excellent laxative known, illustrate the valuo of tho qualities on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying to tho Califor-i- a Fig Syrup Company. h CAL. NEW YORK, N.Y. Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician ' Office Surgeon. in Dr. White fold stand up ttairs. OLOVEHPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician .Omen 1 & Surgeon, Clovcrport, Ky. Next Bank door to Brockenridge Breckenridge News; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER LOCAL Mrs. C. "W. 0, 1891 BREVITIES. Moormnn is quite sick agnin. It takestho colored band to wako this town up. Jesse Owen returned from Chicago Sunday. MfrssJcnnlo Murphy went to Louisville-- Monday. ' Dr. R. W. Frymirc, of ratcsvillo, was in town Monday. Tho High School opened Monday with pupils in attendance. Mr. Amol Oolze, wife and son Leonard, arc visiting relatives at Leitchfield. ' Dr. D. Rca will bo at tho Cloverpoit Hotel next Saturday, September 12. Arthur Ford, of tho Courier-Journstaff, spent Sunday here with his wife. Mrs. Lafayette Green, of Falls of Rough, is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Short. Mrs. Adjutant General Gross, of Holt, services hero attended quarterly-meetinlast Sunday. Mrs. J. D. Gregory and children spent several days last week visiting relatives at Tobinsport, Ind. Mr. J. M. Bell and wife, who havo been quito sick .with fevers, are both up aud able to bo out. Miss Maggio Burkett, of Cannclton, is tho guest of her father, Capt. Burkett, at tho Clovcrport Hotel. Miss Amelia Brook Tinius went to Evansville, Ind., Monday to completo her courso in Dressmaking. Miss Triscilla Owen, of Louisville, was visiting her brother, Dr. J. T. Owen; last week. Sho returned home Monday. Dr. A. A. Simons left last week to complete his courso in tho University of Louisville. Ho will bo absent a year. Mrs. Geer, who has been spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. W. G. Smart, returned to her homo in Louisville Monday. Mrs. Frank Soifricd arrived from They havo moved Evansvillo Monday. their houso formerly occupied by into Charlie Ryan. Mrs. Dr. Osborno and her daughter, Myrtle, of "Warrcnsburg, Mo., who havo been visiting Mrs. Win. Smith, HoU havo returned home. Mrs. J". D.Brown and little daughter, Jessie, loft Sunday morning to spend several weeks visiting relatives and friends in JeTTorsonvillc, Ind. Mrs. Anna Clayton, mother of ,Dr. J. M. Clayton, of this city, died very suddenly lost Sunday ovoning at her homo in Owensboro of Mr. CvS. Whito, of Greenville, Miss., arrived Monday to spend two weeks with his family hero. Charlio looks natural and is enjoying fino health. It is his first visit homo In three years. Miss Georgio Whito returned homo , .Monday aftor an oxtended eastern, trip. 'IL'Sho has visited all of the fashionablo plcasuro resorts of tho East as well as tho prominent pities, and camo homo much improved in health and delighted with lft;r trip. Mrs. L. A. Footo, who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. V. G. Babbago at fell in tho cellar there last Friday ovoning and broko her arm just above tho wrist. Sho was not otherwise hurt and is getting along well and is ablo to go abput tho houso. ' Mr. John K. Sullivan, a prominent and wealthy citizen of South Carrollton, was, foully, niurdcrcd there Monday by w ' Dick Kofth,a farm hand. His body was thrown Into Greon river. Mr. Sullivan was an oxtunsivo dealer in tobacco and Vice President of the Central City Deposit Bank. 200 al g i The Clovcrport A few Republicans in this city aro and nro endeavoragain on tho ing, in a secret way, to displaco Miss They claim Henly in tho that in Mr. Geo. W. Jolly's recent yisit to this city that he told ono or two leading Republicans that if a good man of tho party wanted tho office, all ho hud to do was to get up a petition with a few leading Republicans' names signed to it and send it to him, and lie would sec that tho matter was fixed. "Bo quiet about It, and don't mako any to do over it," said ho, "and I can easily get tho appointment." Tho petition was gotten up and tho work of obtaining tho signatures of tho leading Republicans was proceeding very well until it was presented to a leading Republican who refused to lend his namo to any such scheming to displaco a deserving and competent woman an orphan and one who had no other way of making an honest competency, and to bo thrown out on tho charities of the world for the avowed purpose, as ho said, of giving Mr. Jolly a hold on tho leading Republicans of this county, that ho (Mr. Jolly) might carry tho county for his friend Mr. Harrison in tho next State convention that nominates a candidato for President. Tho leading Republican be came very indignant and gave tho scheme away to other leading Republicans, who at once proceeded to thwart tho secret movements of Sir. Jolly's henchmen not becauso of tho fact that ho loves Miss Henly so well, but becauso of tho underhand manner tho one or two henchmen of Mr. Jolly had taken to secure to themselves some pie in which all had hot been given a chanco to secure. All this tlmo Miss Henley and her staunch Republican friends were in a stato of blissful ignoranco of tho whole As soon as they found out proceedings. what was going on, Mr. Wanamakcr was duly informed of tho very unbecoming manner in which tho whole affair was gotten up, and a messenger was also sent in post haste to interview Sir. Jolly and learn from him why things wero thusly. It now turns out that Mr. Jolly denies having anything anything to do with tho matter whatever, and says that his business in this city was of an entirely different nature and he not so much as affair. oven thought jjf tho some Thero.s a nigger in tho wood-pil- e where. Post-Office. war-pat- h post-offic- IIoi.t, ICv., Aug. 28, 1891. Yesterday spent the day at Tar Springs. We choso to go overland inther than by rail, and, although tho road was somewhat rough, wo had no reason to regret our choice, for tho beauty of tho scenery far. more than repaid us for tho litrte inconveniences of tho trip. Tar Springs and tho surrounding country arc two of thoso wondeiful, wild bits of nature which God has aron fit to hide among theso hills. $. seems to bo n part of tho great plan of tho universe that this placo should be mado difficult of access, in order to keep it unspoiled by the encroachments from tho outside world. It is certainly a most picturesque place. Hero the hills break abruptly into- rugged cliffs and perpendicular precipices. Great trees grow' everywhere, and on tho ground beneath' their -- sheltering rochw aro branches tho piled everywhere. The cliffs are scarred and worn by tho action of tho atmosphere, and frequently aro blackened and scorched as though by fire. In places along their surJficcs a little soil has been formed in a crevice of the rock, and fiom it vines havo sprung. The dark glossy leaves forming a thick curtain, which screens tho rough from view. Ono weather-beatecrag jutting out on Urn hillside, apart from tho others, was particular striking. It arose for some distance, blackened, scarred and seamed, and was crowned with a wealth of brilliant leaves and red berries. It reminded ono of a stolid Indian sentinel, decorated with his tuft of feathers, standing apart from his comrades and kooping watch over the valley. The place, like all other resorts, has Its "Lovers' Leap." Hero tho side of the A caschit is mossy and water-worcade leaps tho rocks in wet weather, but at present the rocks aro dry, save for a littlo water which trickles along hero and Tho water has been falling there. over this soft eandstono cliff for ages, perhaps, and, as a result, it is worn into arches and eaves. Wherever a stratum of sandstone was harder than its compan ion strata, projecting ledges havo been formed. Nnturo and time working to gether havo converted these ledges into mossy beds for wild flowers. Great feathery ferns tuft the rodks on every side and wavo graccjully from each crevice. Tho gorge cut by tho stream is deep d and rugged, but is overgrown with shrubs. Stately beeches and chestnuts rise abovo tho locks and shake their prickly green burrs onto the ledges. Tho rocks havo deflected many of tho trees from their natural positions. Ono graceful elm was so bent as to form a completo arch and was fantastically draped with wild clematis. Tho springs themselves burst forth at tho foot of ono of the cliffs. Many of them havo boon surrounded by stonework, but others como forth. wo lichen-covered nvW v - v4t X - v " If- - .INVALL v, , x X y vx X X X I I 1 . 1? KINDS 2 , r "I .1 n ten n.iHted to positions. KKiJ. write to hnrouph. Practical Instruction. Crailu- & Catalogue m I Straiten Business .wwiwv tok.to( College, oummcr - ;. fir ; s - fkjOOUS 19 lis $ G. W. Shout. E. T. Hayxhs. SHORT & HAYNES. n. Wc havo bought tho stock of Drugs owned by Jcsso W. Owen, nnd moved G. W. Short's stock into tho rooms occupied by .Tcppo W. Owen. Wo now havo an immense stock of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, TOILET SOAPS, FINE STATIONERY, PAINTS, OILS and VARNISHES ' Of till kinds. f All of-whi- i J X-VJ efck JCjb JCm, Clovekport, Et ' . we will sell nt rock bottom prices. vine-cla- Wo will also have a' nico selected line of Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Etc. Call and see us nnd wo will convince you Hint you AviU-sav- money by trading with us. SHOET Announcement of tho & HAYNES, CLOVERPORT, KY. GET THE BEST. Tho Best is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Best is good' enough for the man who respects himself and loves his family. ' Such a man always wants tho Best Groceries, and buys "them of TOBINSPORT, IND. Mrs. Win. Whito is on the sick list. Mr. M. L. Sutton, of Owensboro, spent post-offic- o GLENDEANE. Mr. John Dean has returned from Louisville. Mr. R. T. Robertson is in Louisville this week. Mr. W. W. Lewis has returned to his home in Owensboro. Mr. Courtland Bcelcr is visiting friends and relatives in Bardstown. Sir. Dick Owen is quite sick at his home near tho Falls of Rough. Miss Carrlo Owen fitars early frost, as it might prove fatal to her "Berry." Miss Amanda Dean is visiting in Clovcrport, tho guest of Miss Lizzio Skillman. Mr. C. W. Dean has returned from quito a pleasant visit to Holt and vicinity. Mrs. D. Moorman has returned from a very pleasant visit to tho lower neighborhood. Mr. Ernest L. Robertson has declined reading law and accopted a position with tho Guthrie. Miss Lou Dean, who has been In Loitchfiold for tho past year, has returned homo. Mr. Bennio Moorman leaves soon for his future homo In the far, far AVcst. Luck to Bcnnlel Mr. Ford Owon returned last week from Bowling Green, where ho has been attending tho Fuir. heart-diseas- o. Hnrd-insbur- g, 1 tho neighborhood soon to lslt Miss Lutio Moorman. Miss Ella Owon leaves noxt week to accept a position in Mrs. John Moorman s school, near Lyndon. Mr. and Mrs. M. Craig havo returned from Russollvillo, where they have been spending their honey-mooMisses Annio Dean and Nannie Owen, who havo been visiting rotatlves at Irvington, havo returned homo. Mr. Clrfrk Owen, aftor spending jhd summer at Mr. Henry R. Dean's, has returned homo very much Improved in health. Mrs. W. T. Owen and Bon, W. T.. who havo boon visiting tho family of Mr. W. Moorman, returned Saturday to her homo in Owensboro. Mr. C. V. Robertson, ono of tho most popular young men of our town, left Monday for Hardinsburg to attond Prof. Shacklott'sschool. Mr. James H. Dean has resigned his position as clerk at tho Mountain Houso, and left last Monday for Ihudlnsburg to attend Prof. Shacklett's school. Mr. Jeff Owen, tho champion croquet player of Glendean, has thrown up his position In tho field and accoptod a situation with Biizby to drivo thooxpress, in n. Miss Lcssip McGavock is oxpected Sunday here. Born, Sept. 1st, to the w;ife of Herbert Cockerel, a son. Born, Sept. 1st, to tho wifo of John Harris, a daughter. Quito a number of our farmers havo tho Illinois fever. Miss A. Lcichart, of Kansas, has been visiting Mr. Hawkins's family. John Simons has been spending a fow at Hlto's Run, Ky. days with his gaand-mAl WeathcrhoH, who has been visiting relatives in Owensboro has returned home. Miss Mary Groves spent last week in Rome, tho guest of her cousin, Esther Auckerman. Rev. S. L. McNaughton and wifo, who havo been visiting here for some timo havo returned homo. Joseph Smart, of Illinois, was here a fow days last week tho guest of his sister, Mrs. Waldo Simons. Mr. Jack Wright's little girl drank concont rated lye, and nl this writing is in a critical condition. " Miss Maggio Allen has rented n room over Mr. Till Grove's store and is prepared to cut and mako dresses. Tho Insurance Agent has been here and paid tho damago done Mr. Waldo Simon's house caused by lighthing. Tom Allon, of Louisville, who has been spending tho summer hero has returned homo. Ho was nccompanied by his cousin, Tobln Groves, who will spend a week with him. Rov. Collins delivered his last sermon hero Sunday and loft for preen Castlo, whero ho was married Wednesday morning to Miss Olivo Wobb. Wo wish Rov. Collins much success through lifo with his brido, and wo hopo ho may bo called hero again next year, Mr. Gcorgo Polk and sister, Miss Minnie entertained a number of their friends ot their homo Tuesday evening. Games of all kinds and refreshments wero tho feature of tho evening. and all returned homo nt a lato hour with many pleasant remembrances of tho dolightful ovoning spont together. Sunday night about 12 o'clock tho residence of Mr. Crawford Brown burned with most of tho contents. Tho origin of tho fire is not known. When discovered tho roof was falling In. Mr. and Mrs. Brown nro an aged rouplo and llvo alone, but that night their daughter and her husband wero there and they discovered the fire. Tho smoke houso was also burned. Tho houso was insured for a knowing that ho always kecpa.tho Best that tho market affords and retails them at Know all men, that A. M, Ksey, F. Frnizr, Tho undersigned having purchased a inrnrnsr. in tlin Trv!ti(rtnn Millii. John A. Harry, 0. P. Sawyor, T. F. Sawyer, proper piices. solicit the patronage already given to S. L. Sulzer, J. C. Nolto, Chin. 0. Martin, A. uoyu Jiros., 10 which wo win givo uur A. Lallcist, It. II. Moreinon, V. 0. Allen, It. personal attention and guarantee satis- T. Polk nnd A. It. Fiehor, bavo a thi day asthemselves together as body politic faction. Mr. J. F. Boyd btill retains his sociated nnd corporate under tho corporato namo of mill. interest in tho Homo Supply Gas Company, with tho followW. J. Piggott, K. M. Jolly. . Irvington ing Company. Mill- Notice of Incorporation. pjTQRiOEHi( tenllior Bo Without Rreml. Ki.siUKhCh, i6 )! Nov. 7, 1SMU. f Thu r.ov. J. KnssMel, of ulxno jilaco, wrltoa : t have uuircrod u gru&t deal, nml whomnor I foul Maniuatto, Mich., a uuiouu attack coming uu I take n dose imtor Koonly'n Nervo Touto and fuel 1 think a great deal of It, and would fUliir ho nltliOi.t bread than without tho Tonic 1 i XI I Hull S.tUsUcMl. Wautbiw, Tex., Oct. 11, ISM. About 1 yours ago niynou had tlio flrjt c)dluiic dl.zltiUBa aud Buddcil lllnoas. ?l i diCforutit doctors did him no uood ; on tin ontrury, UU cauo ttruw worau, and tho atlacki it cumi inoro rojueiit ami buuto until ho oven ma 4 to b attacks daily. After taking 3 bottles it l'astor KocnJy'e Nervo Tonlo tho attacks HKNEV F. MUELLEll. mlinly ceased. Krj"" LIIIiL g This remedy has boon proparod by the Reverend Pastor KooulR. ot l'ort Wavue. Ind- - since iSIfc and U now prepared under his direction bytbe nil It Lab) A Valuables Boole on Norrona Disouso seat froo to tnr address. d loor patient can also obtain this medicine lroe of chareo. KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. Sold by Drumists at 61 per Uottle. 0 for Sff. Imvso UUo, 1.75. 0 Dottlos for SO. SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH 1 imenting, and aro now placed, owing to tlioirsuporlorlty, preeminently nbovoovory thing horotoforo produced In this lino, ,TUy aro aoknowlodgod by.oxports to bo tho finest nnd moat perfectly constructed Lonsos KNOWN, and aro pooullnrly ndnptod to correcting tho rarlous vlsunl imporfoo-tlon- s. A trial of tho KOtHNOOR will oonvlncfl you thoy nro PERFECT SIGHT RENEWERS. Every Pair Warranted. THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Aro tho result of years of sol ontlflo exper- A. R. For Sulo by FISHER, Druggist & Optician Prescriptions Receive. Oarefal Attention, CLOVKKPOUT, KY, McElree's Wine of Cardul and THEDFORD'S aro for salo by tho following merchants in BLACK-DRAUGH- T $JG0O. nreokonrldgo County : Jesit W. Owen, Cloveroort, 0. W.' Short, Cloyerport. DrashoarJc Lay, Stephomport. Witt .t Mcador, Ilardinsburg, J, J. Severs, Uolnn Star, Dr. W. B. White, Dentist, Louisville, Ky., will bo in Clovcrport, Ky., tho 12th, 13th, 14th nnd 15th of September, 1801, to practice his profession. Decaying tooth, treatod, filled and saved. Artificial dentures made, in tho most approved style. Artificial crowns of gold or porcolain inserted on na.turul roots. Prices reasonable. Rooms at Napper's Hotel. Ho will bo at Irvington tho 10th and Webster tho 11th, Notice. I havo closed out'my stock of drugs to Short & Ilayncs. I now desiro to settle up all my outstanding accounts and ask thoso indebted to mo to cnl) at onco nnd J. W.. Qwkn. settle IandWhlskeyHablW tlculars sent FKUK. I Said Company ing corporate powers, shnll have perpetual succession, may suo and bo sued by Its corporato name; shall have a corporato seal and may niter tho same at pleas ure, may make contracts, acquire nnd transfer property, real and personal, possessing tbo same powers in such respect ns prlvnto individuals nnd make now enjoy, may establish rules nnd regulation- - dcotned expedient for the management ot tiieir niiuirs not inconsistent with tho Constitution or laws of this State or of tho United States. The nature of the business of said company shall be to acquire by purchaso or leaao the nesessary real estate for tho purposes hereinafter mentioned, to bore and drill for transport natural gas and oil and to sell the same upon tho vote of the majority of tho capital stock of the Company, but, except upon the authority of tho capital stock of the Company, nA ran nf Ihft Bftlfl Onlnttnnw sVinll lii tian1 tbo stockholders not disposed of only for the domestic uso of tho stockholders, nor shall any stockholder dispose of his stock to any one except that the gas shall bo for the domestic, uso of the vendee, tho object of this Company belli)- - onlv to furnish gas for tho domostlo uso of the stockholders in their homos and places of business, and not for the purpose of running mills or any machinery, or for any pur- -, pose other thnn domestic use. Tho capital stock of said Company shall bo three thousand dollars, to be divided into sixty sharos of fifty dollars each. Tho shares and interests of tho stockholders shall be transferable, but only on the books of the Company, in such manner as of tho shall bo prescribed by the Company. Tho private property of the stockholders shall be oxempt from tno corporato debts. The principal placo for tho transacting of the business of the Company shall bo Cloverport, Ureckenridge county, Ky. The and may capital stook shall be bo fold at or bolow par, as deemed best by said Company, and shall bo paid up stock when issued by the Company. Said capital stock shall bo paid for on call of the incorporators or directors in, such manner as they shall deem best. The incorporators herein named, or such of them as may be chosen at the first meeting of the stockholders to be directors, together with such persons as they may asso iute with themselves, shall bo the for tho first year after tho ordirectors ganization of tho Company, and until tho successors as directors are clectad and qualified. Said corporation shall commenco on tho filing of those articles for record in tho County Clerk's oflice and shall teryears from said dato. minate in twenty-fiv- e The highest amount of indebtedness or liability tu which said corporation shall at any time subject itself shall not exceed one thouTbo oOlaeri of said corporation sand dollars. on and by whom its affairs shall bo conductod be not less than fivo nor moro than .shall seven. Directors who shall of their number at their first meeting oloct a President, Vice President nnd Treasurer. They may also eieot or appoint such persons as they selcot Manager, Secretary and for such other positions as shall be deemed belt for tho purposes and interests of the Company. In wltnoas whereof tho partlcj herein mentioned afilx their signatures, this (26th) day of August, 1891. A. M, Kasey, S. L. Sulzer, Per U. J. 0. Nolle, H. T. Polk, 0. P. Sowyer, - T. F. Sawyer, " Ctias. 0. , Martin, by-la- ARE YOU LOOKING FOR 1 H X . . If so it will ZEBl CD bo tho IE. tr " mistake of yqur lifo " if you fail to our stock which is running over in every cxnmino lino. In IS.". LADIES' "Wo surpass them all in elegance of stylo, durability, comfort and low prices. Our SHOES by-la- $2.50 THOROUGHBRED Man's shoo is tho common favorite Buell's $3.50 Walking Shoe Is n suro euro for Corns, nnd just tho shoo for men who havo a great deal of walking to do. Wo will take great plcasuro in showing' ' our Shoes to you. Como and mako money for yourself. B. F, BEARD & CO., Hardinsbueg, Ky. Breck-onrld- B m Snlzer's Tailoring Department. CIo-verp- -- A AtlMHt,Ult. UMwl01WlUtJfeHllBt tt.M.WOOLLKY.M.1). Mr. J. II, Ilunsche, tho Foreman of our Tailoring Department will visit every Fritlay of each week. He Ft'Fraize, will carry with him a full line of Scimplw John. A. Barry, It. II. Jloremon, representing our Stock of Fieoe Good, W. U. Allen, which comprise all the keindltt StandA. A. La Heist, ard and Fancyfityled introduced tliie A. It. Fisher. He will be pleeed to meet you at Go nnd secure an agency for some ahoyo place and date and, receive your county on Davis Qnllter atlllardlnsburg, order. Respectfully, ' . S. L. Svlmk. sw-son. On accoant Perry Oewty Iadiaaa Jair. f the Perry, County -jJV' 14th tO lfrUl iltIUAivr tUm t! A R. It. well sell rouud trip tick'eto UtStosh hmmjwiuk riMea : ."v sirTllm.n Clovemort 40 Mm r nawesvllle 80 cb. Ticket on seie Sept 16, 18, 17 and 18 good to retnrn until the o. a. wicrkl, urF. A i" j. ,2',P', if 1 1 pVkiSssSffiK - i ,n BV 110W TO RIDE A HOUSE. TWO MOKE DEAD. ..Several Damage Suits for Injuries in WHAT MUST BE DONE TO HAVE A the Eecent Wreck. CORRECT SEAT AND SADDLE. IIawksviu-k- , Ky., Sept. 2. Mary Dur-bichild, who was the Reason Why Many Pcoplo Who Rldo scalded in tho wreck, died at 4 Hhto S Much Troublo with Their o'clock this afternoon at tho residonco of Stirrup A IUillnc Sinn tor Olvo 8oiuo Mr. Sam Ayers, thrco miles below this Excellent Itulesaml Suggestion. placo. She has suffered great agony day A twMli' Is constructed right if it and night slnco tho accident, and died gives, tho rider tho greatest possiblo combesido her grandmother, Mrs. W. Newfort nnd the most secure Beat, with man, who is hovering betweon life and total absenco of exertion of mus- death. Chas. Gaesscr, an old; man who v cles of his legs in order to maintain his was also in tho wreck, died at Tell City SCHOOL BOOKS balance. Almost every riding master and prefers a certain mako of saddle, and Suits for damages aro being instituted J teaches a certain stylo of seat as tho best, against tho road by tho woundSCHOOL SUPPLIES. and his pupils, taking perhaps little or ed and relatives of tho dead. Ono lawyer no troublo to study others and to inOFFICERS cases amounting to Wholesale .. and .. Retail. vestigate further, havo to accept his. in Hawesvillo lias Miirwf,JLIxiuBBMiKsM2 filo nt onco Dr. C. H. TODD', 'President. iJk PHIL T, WATKINS, Treasurer, $125,000, which ho will But, irresjiectivo of tho seionco of ridroad. His suits 'will bo for J, W. GARTER, Secretary, C. TOMPKINS, Vice President, ing, thero is one shape of saddlo which against tho JNO. D. DABBAGE, is the most comfortable, viz., tho saddlo $25,000 each. Nearly ovcryono in tho which is so constructed that, in accordwreck will bring suit for damages. Cloverport, Ky. ance with tho laws of gravity, tho rider's body will nnd must sit in balance withThe First Symptoms of Death. . out trying to do so. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains fn Much has been said and written about m-j.- -., Premiums this aro year practically tho same as last year, which assures a 'how you should sit on tho horse." Per- various parts of the body, sinking at tho maintenance of tho liitrh standard of Excellent Exhibitions in tho amr.hi- Because haps you have been told to grasp tho pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, saddlo or the horso (irmly with thighs fevcrishness, pimples or sores, aro all theatre of Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs, or knees, to liavo your toes higher than positivo evidenco of poisoned blood. It is n positive Forco Feed. ; your heels, to koep tho heels away from No matter how it becamo poisoned it . $$i& tho horso, to bend your back to bo J '' . ' A It, is tho only ono made that is a Fbrco" Feed. s death. Dr. springy or to straighten yourself to sit must bo purified to avoid - , r , It avoids nil guess work. firmly, etc. Perhaps your teacher has Acker's English Blood Elixir has never ' " failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic made great efforts and exhausted all reIt is guaranteed to sow all kinds phosphate. .' Tmis tho desire of tho Fair Company to approach as near as possible tho idea of an sources of his knowledgo to impress poison. Sold under a positivo guarantee to tho premiums offerexposition in the Floral Hall Department, In addition upon you how you should sit, and yet at byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and ed on all products of the Farm, Garden and Handiwork of tho Housewife, Artist nnd Try Our a trot you loso tho stirrups, you loso Witt A Meador, Hardinsburc, Ky. . Seamstress, liberal inducements aro given to exhibitors of Musical Instruments, your balance, and unless trotting very Sowing Machines, Elcgrtntand Costly .Merchant's Display, Etc. slowly, nnd unless your horso has an Don't Be Caught. easy trot, you havo to bring him to a by "cut prices." Don't buy spurious walk to regain tho stirrups. If you are not experienced, and your imitations of Dr. Pierce's medicines at less than tho regular prices, and think horso trots rougluy, you are in uiscom-fo."WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1891. and in danger of losing your seat. that you'ro saving money. You would If your liorbe is nervous and not well bo, if you could get tho genuine guarana The Great Dramatic Event to Take broken to tho touch of tho heel tho flap- teed medicines in that way. But you TT"WTkT?T proper restrictions Speed Rings aro acknowledge asof legitimate to importance jo Fairs, the prizes offered being a matter ping of the stirrups against his flanks Place in Louisville. The Bern-haThe genuine medicines are sold tho farming class, as it stimulates the breeding of better stock. ' Tho racing as hererenders him uneasy and prolongs tho can't. Fanners' Supply House,' Engagement at the Audi i authorized tofore, will bo honest nnd under tho supervision of competent judges, who will entask of "getting your foot in tho stirrup." only through regularly 1981 torium October agents, and always havo been, arc, and force discipline, and exact clear and fair contests and award tho prizesfonly to those WIIEIti: THIS TUOUDLK LIES. The company tlint supports Sarah Born-- Examine your saddlo; it seems nice, always will bo sold at theso prices : who honestly win. hardt on her present tour, is the same soft and comfortable; tho stirrups as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ' that has heen with her for years, and lieavyasslwuld bo even their tread cov- (the remedy for all diseases arising from there is not one among them who docs ered with leather or rubber to prevent a torpid liver or impure blood), ! not look on her as the impersonation of slipping froin your foot; but slip they $1.00 pei bottle. will. Why? Look at tho shapo of your genius, and they almost worship her, for saddle, at tho positions which Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription the saddler it is said, she never passes one of the has assigned for your seat, thighs, knees (for woman's wenkness and ailments),.. Ttj addition to tho usual display of Machinery, Stovesand Utensil of the husband--"number without a pleasant smilo of re- and feet, and see whero ho has attached ry,.Carringcs, Wagons and Vehicles of all kinds, amplo steam power will bo $1.00 per bottle. Furniture in cognition and some kind word of encour- the bars for the stirrup leathers on tho Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets (the origi- furnished to mako a proper display of every kind of Machinery. endless varieagement. They know exactly what to saddle tree. Vour saddlo is perhaps too nal and best Liver Pills), long and. as most English stylo saddles, do, exactly what will please her, and the 25 cents per vial. ty. am now The flat; its lowest point, instead as near as result is great performances. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, possiblo to the center, is back toward the back at my old costuming of the company is probably 50 cents per bottle. end: you are almost sitting on tho cantlc. the richest ever seen on the stage. Sarah In ovdor to brhg your knees to tho kneo And they're wprth that they're stand and reAdults 25c ; Children 0 years and under 15 years of ago, 15c ; Children under Uernhart personally directs her stage puffs, which mv too far front, you hao worth more than that. They're the animalB, FREE ; Admission to Grand Stand 10c ; spectfully solicit wardrobes. to utivtdi your legs forward. This cheapest medicines you can buy, at any 0 years, FItEE ; All vohiclcs and The engagement at tho Auditorium in obliges yoH to carry your stirrips for- price, for they'ro guaranteed in every First day, ladies and children under 15 years, FItEE. For further particulars see the patronage of ward with your feet away from and in caso to benefit or cure, or you havo your largo posters and premium lists. Louisville, will bo one long to be rememthe public. bered by those who will be so fortunate front of tho place whero they would hang money back. You pay only for the by their own weight, and in order to as to sec the great actress. She will be No other remedies of keep them at your feet you havo to good you get. seen in her two greatest productions shorten the stirrup leathers and bear their kind are, or could be, sold on these the stage setting will bo in perfect har- heavily on the stirrups, otherwiso they terms. He Has Evidence of Curing HunOUR GREATmony, making a fitting picturo for tho will slip back Dealers not authorized to sell Dr. r-dreds and Hundreds of tho Queen of Tragedy, and altogether it will What is the result? As soon as your Pierco's genuine medicines may offer T Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. loses tho stirrup tho latter, accordfoot bo one gorgeous scene following anothWorst Chronic Diseases. dilutions, imitations, or substitutes, at. er, which arq not often presented. Tho ing to the law of gravity, returns to tho less than tho prices given above. Betheatres are usually too small to accom- lowest position which tho length of stir- ware of them. rup leather allows far behind your foot; & CO., GEO.. modate all desiring to sco her, and tho then your fnot. too, having lost its supscenery inadequate. No event in the port, and with nothing to bear against, Don't suffer your children to suffer BRANDENBURG; KY., amusement lino will equal this. together with your leg. according to tho with a cough, when "0. 0. C. Certain Business Manager James li. Camp, has law of gravity, tries to slip back in order Cough Curo" cures all cough and croup A reduotion it the prices of good that will received a great many letters from var- to hang as near as possible to tho center sufferers. Insure a largo reduction In the slse of our of giaity; and then your legs will hang ious points in tho state, making enquirstock. Wo have more Spring goods than wo Thousands and tens of thousands of should have, at this season, and must move far back the knee puffs, perhaps on the ies of the engagement. baio horse" almost bohind tho saddlo bottles of "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure' them at any loss. Tho inost deslrablo goods The box sheet for season tickets will rilcirts sacriI fekj are sold yearly and tho pcoplo aro con- In tho house havo been selected for tho attract fice, and at these prices will surely bo opened on Monday, September 7th, at To avoid this by muscular exertion clamoring Here is partial of purchasers. the Auditorium box oflice, 422 4th Ave- you try to foire your legs up and front stantly thing whenfor more. They know largeofcrowds wonderful attractions, aand wo a good our they try if Sold by list nue. Tho following rules will govern into a portion very tiresomo to main- Short & Uaynes. hayo thousands of othors just llko them. iBBflkiPsSaPa .:""': tain But if you, according to tho law the sale of season tickets : A SURE AND CERTAIN CURE?KNOWN FOR 15 YEARS AS of gravity, have the lowest point of tho On and after Monday, September 7th, CLOTHING. The census buicau figures tho wealth THE BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. subscriptions for season tickets will be saddle in its center: if you havo this of PREPARED BY RICHARDSON-TAYLOthe country at $02,010,000,000 or about $10 for nur merchant tailor suits, redueed center as close as possible to tho horso's MED. CO. ST. LOUIS M0. received. Subscriptions must bo bona back by tedueing the thickness of from 22 dollars. tho $1,000 for each man, woman and child. $12 for nur Coo suits, mon's and youth's, fide, both binding on tho subscriber as saddle to a minimum: if you drop yourKentucky contributes $102,051,535 to reduced from $18. well as the Management, and must in- self into this lowest point of the saddle $9 03 for all suits in corkscrow, worsteds, Ac, tho grand total. variably bo accompanied by a deposit of to stay there: if you drop your legs to reduced from $15. $7 49 for all suits all wool goods in chovoits, cash, the amount of tho sub- where they will stay by their own weight Don't fritter away your hard earnings THAT CAN BE RELIED ON reduced from $12. 1 scription for tickets If a subscription instead of holding them forward and on other remedies, when "0. C. 0. Cer- $1 98 for all wool suits for men and youths, BE UP of season tickets is not paid when it falls raising them by muscular exertion; if nico goods, from $8. 49 cents for bluo tain Cough Cure" is guaranteed to givo you have the stirrup leather TO mako. cottonade panto duo, then tho deposit mado on said sub- attached far enough back to bo in a bars line satisfaction. Sold by Short & Haynes. scription is forfeited and tho manage- with that place wheio your feet meet tho THE MARK For tired feeling, loss ofappetito and SHOES ment then lias the right to sell to other stirrups, with stirrup leathers so long as BEARS THIS MARK. BKmHaKHi D. parties tho tickets subscribed for by said to raise your toes high enough to givo general debility there is no remedy $1 24 for our best calf bropan, 'none such,' reduced from $1.00, .98 for a good full equal to "0. C. C. Certain Chill Cure." you an elastic tread on tho stirrup withunpaid subscription. stock brogon, reduced from $1 25. out cramping tho muscles of your thighs Sold by Short it Haynes. Persons preferring to pay now for tho $1 49 for men's sewed shoes. In all styles and And in charge of tho Electrical and Sursites, formcly $2. season tickets can do so, select their seats and knees, then your body, legs, feet A full lino of Iiuell k Sons celebrated gical Department of tho Medical InstiTwo Amateur Photographers. and receive their tickets and thereby and stirrups will maintain their posiShoes for men and boys, all stylos and sixes tions by their own weights according to tute, Louisville, Ky., will ho at tho He pointed to the button settle tho matter at ono time. at greatly roducod prices. the law of gravity; after each displaceHe wore upon his brenst : $1 24 for ladies' bright Dongola kid Shoes There will bo no limit to the number ment resulting from the movement of TJLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., with or without patent tip, In button or In She prcssoil it'fcoflly with her head of season tickets a person can buy. Those the horse your body will fall back into front lnco. Those are fine goods, reduced His arm, it did the rest. from two dollars. A largo stock of ladies' desiring can send their subscription to the lowest part of tho saddle; your low shoes, all styles, to close thorn out, at knees and feet will not become Business Manager James B. Camp, P. 0. thighs, and below cost. NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN ME WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. And Ilctiirn Every Four Wcohti Box 03, accompanied by the cash and tired because you aro not using muscu Tho savages never havo a doctor, but During; the Year. lar exertion to bold tliern in their places. orders will bo carefully filled. their THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D Dr. Ilea has been connected with the largest By tho law of gravity they always fall use 'certain herbs for nil their ailments. Dry-Goohospitals lu the country, and has no superior In back into them Your stirrups and feet, Is not this example, though given us by COLLAR IN THE MARKET. diagnosing nnd treating diseases nnd deform5 cents for extra heavy Our Very Best People old Kentucky even if disengaged from each other, will, savages, worthy of imitation ? Lightning ities. IIu will give ?50 for any case that he canchecks and stripes, reduced from 8 Confirm our statement when we say that as it were, meet unintentionally at their Blood Elixir is a vegetablo blood medi-cin- o Five and a hnlf cents for nlco wool finish not tell the disease and where located In fc If turning your toes slightly toand will heal and cures scrofulous Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every places challies, reduced from seven and a half cts. minutes. Tar ,. Ul k1 MB KB tlETTv UV ! T. way superior to any and all other pre- ward the horse the stirrup will by its nnd syphilitic ulcers pimples on faca and 24 cents for all wool double width dress Treats all Curahlo Medical and Surgical own weight try to find its placo and slip purify goods, checks, stripes, reduced from 49o. Diseases, Acuto and ..CHRONIC CAtho system. All dealers sell it. 14 cents for fine, black Lawns, in stripes, parations for tho Throat and Lungs. In on your foot. The displacements from LATE AIjKXANDKK'S HOTEL, TARRH, Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, checks and grenadlno patterns, reduced Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic their positions of your body, thighs, Ask to see a bottlo. Noso, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, from 25 and 20 cents. and relieves at once. Wo offer you a knees, feet and stirrups will bo followed Dright's Diseaso, Diahotes, kidneys. THOBOUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. cts olass, reduced from 15 Alt my rnrentH for W. Ii. Doimlnn Simon. 10 Our for samestook of fine dross goods cents. sample bottlo free. Remember, this by their involuntary movements accord Liver, Bladder, Chronic Female and IT not for mile lu jour plnco link jour entire comHates $2.50 Per Day. fur cntnloitiic, Sexual Diseases. Remedy is sold on a positivo guarantee. ing to tho law of gravity to fall back denier to nentl tliem lor Jim. secure Hie prising Henriettas, all shades, black Tatnlse nacucr. niut ct Cor. Jeflerson,' Center nnd Green Streets, opposite Court-Hous- e cloths, bluok Henriettas, Cashmeres, fine into the places which their weights asNO SUUSTITUTE.jM Tor Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, French Satins, white and figured all woel LOUISVILLE, KY. EPIIEPSY OR ffl'S D! Ky., and "Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, sign to them. Albatros, and In fact all our dress goods of Have your saddlo built so that no W. R. LOGAN, Manager, all kinds go In this great deduction Sale. Ky. muscular exertion bo required to keep Seo theso goods before you buy. A Positive Guarantee. It will A. W. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Mat shall, Clerks. yon in its lowest (centre) part; that your jiay you. Dishonorable Druggists. 1 cents for fine quality sheer plain India Young and Middle-Age- d legs, thighs, knees, feet nnd stirrups reMen Wm. Caslkk. Mull, reduced from 12 cents. O. JI. PujirmtUY, Rrcckcnrldco Co Numerous complaints arc heard against tain their positions by thoir own weight, 0 cents, fine quality India Linen, from 15o. Suflcrlng from Spermatorrhea and linpotcncy ns and you will enjoy that comfort which retail druggist who, when asked for a 0 cents, fino quality India Linon, from 19cc the result of self abuse In youth or excess In & Dots, check and striped Muslins, from 15. well known proprietary article, endeavor you can never find in a flat saddlo years nnd other causes, producing some of 7c. for same, reduced from twelve conts. the following effects! a emissions, blotches, deto dispose of an imitation bearing their with tin; lowest point back at tho 5cts for a nice long towel deduced from lOo cantle, with the kneo puffs too far front, own trade mark and represented to be with the Kiddle pad raising you several lOo for misses' and children's blaak Lisle bility, nervousness, dizziness, confusion of Ideas, BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. throad Hoso, rcducod from twenty five cts. aversion to society, defective memory and sexual "just as good." Tho practice is a grow inched abow tho horso and with leather WHY IS THE 5o ladles' or gents' Handkercbeifs, from lOo. exhaustion, which unfit the ictlm for business 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. ing one and it socms proper that stops and otraiuing, etc., built up high be 1is fine French Ginghams, reduced from 25. or marriage, arc permanently curcd'by remedies Telephone 449, Ring 4. 10a. all now style dress Ginghams, from 15o not injurious. LOUISVILLE, KY. should bo taken to put a stop to it. It is tween yoar legs. Have tno tree open 8o nice dress Ginghams, reduced from 12o a dishonorable attempt on tho tho part longitudinally in tho center from tho GENTLEMEN We show you a beautiful line of carpets, front to tho middle, allowing circulation THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONE? Mattings, Oil & of tho druggist to profit at tho oxpenso THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LDU1S AIH LINE. Cloths, Table Is a shoe, of air between you and the horso and toIthurt icamteM mado with no tacks or wax thread Napkins, Linen Throws, fine Linens, Towels, Smyrna Hugs, of proprietors of medicines, remedies and the fecti of tho best floe calf, strllali you will have more caso to yourself and "" oajr, and becaute ue makt more thoet of thli at price which can not be duplicated any (L. E. & ST. L. K. It.) Syphilis and complications, ns soro throat, fallother articles that have been extensively lew sore baelcs for your horsei. C. grade Inan any other manufacturer. It equals baud, where. ing of hair, pain in the bones, eruptions, etc., arc owed shoe cotlng from $l.u) to SAOO. advertised and by taking advantage of UruHHitiuuti in Plilluilclphhi Thmti for perfectly eradicated without using mercury o thefluettcalt CR OOUenuliiDoffered for S.00j equals French Ten cents for a good white wash Drush. hoo ever ? SHORTEST, QUICKEST. Ten cents a Ualvanlted Wash bowl. other Injurious drugs. Imported shoes which cost from $5.Uito tvtxn. the demand thus created to work off upOO I DoWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses the CC Welt Hhor, flna calf, Five cents for a largo site Tin Wash Fan. Gnnorrohea, Gleet, Stricture anil all Urinary AND BEST LINK TO on tho people substitutes of their own stylish, comfortable nnd durable. The best Ten cents for largo hammered brass Walter. and Kidney troubles are speedily cured by treatever prlco j samo grade concoction. Ten conts fur Tin Milk Can. It is only neccessary to hlood, increases tho appetite and tones shoe mado ofturiM at thisfrom $0.00 to I'JJX). as shoes costing ment that has never failed. CCO Hallroad 2Ien warn the public against this species of up tho system. It has henefltted many vOi 30 1'ollco Hhooi Farmers. them; Hue calf, Ten cents for galvanised Lemon Squeeicr. lie undertakes no Incurable cases, but cures Five cents for a large fire Shovel, AND ALL POINTS people who havo suffered from hlood seamless, andLetterCarrlersall wear soles, extensmooth Inside, heavy thrco Imposition in order to awaken a sentision edge. One pair will wear a year. Five cents for paper of tacks. One lot of thousands given up to die. disorders. It will help you. Sold hy G. SO SO fine cnlfi no better shoo nver offered at assorted patterns wall paper, at 3 and 4 oents. llcmember the date and conic' early, as his ment that will result disastrously to tho this prlcpi one trial will convlnco thoso South-Wes- t. , Don't forget the Great Reduction Sales, rooms aie crowded wherever he stops. who wan t a shoo for comfort and service. ' dealors who practlco it. Ifstundard arti- "Y. Short. MS nnd 84.00 Worklnipniin'a shoes place, and Consultation free. Correspondence solicited are very strong; and durable. Thoso who Tho Grayson Gazetto says : "Mr. P. cles can not bo found in ono storo thoy and confidential. ADDIIKSS, have Hlven them a trial will wear no other make. Bannon, of Louisville, has purchased n DrtVe' 84.00 nnd .81.73 school shoes aro & d in Effect Dec, 16, may bo had in another, and consumers Medicai, & Suiioical Institute, .worn Vr,.ha hy every wberoi D.TV track of marl clay land lying ono and a on thoir merits, as the Increasing sales show.theysell alert to their own interests will not fail BUANDEtfBUKG, KY. snoe, nest No. 309 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky, Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.in..,9;00 p.m. .'.1:10 ji.m LnnlOS longola, very .""M'V0 o.uu iinnuiicmcu to apply tho remedy. Chicago Herald. half miles weflt of town, and ground will Imported shoes costing from stylish! equaUFreuch Arret, loms ths ...7:za to ttow. ByaaiTlllo 2:25 " 9:50 p.m. ho hrokon next weok for tho purpose of itdlen' 'J,30, svi.uu t mill S1.73 shoe for Investigate their .merits. DoWitt's Don't storm tho syslom as you would a Mhucs are tho best fine Dongola. Htylltband durable, For further Information, call on or addross, Wo cannot afford to deceivo you. Confi- erecting a velrified hrick plant and torra price l.uutlon.-s- ee W. L. noughts' name nnd that fort. If hold hy tho oncmy, constipation, Littlo Early Itisors don't gripe, cause aro stamped on the bottom of each shoe. Y. L. D0UULA8, IJrockton, Moss. dence is begotten by honesty. Do Witt's cotta works. This marl clay runs from Perfect action nntl perfect health result, gently porsuado it to surrender with nausea or pain, which accounts for their JOS.S.ODIORNE, ' Littfo Early Risore aro pills that will 25 to 75 feet deep and tho quantity hero den'l Pass, Ag't, Eouuvjllo, Ky. from tho uso of PoWHt's Littlo Early G. W. Short says thoy DoWitt's Little liirly Risers. Theso lit- popularity. is inexhaustible Tho next thine wo FOIl SAUBDY euro constipation and sick headache. Itisors, n perfect littlo pill. Sold hy Gv tle pills are wonderful convinrers. Sold would not run n drug storo withouf" BOWMER &. HAMBLETON I. L. BRYANT, need is n gas well and wo will hnvo n Sold by G. W. Short. W. Short. genuine looin." Trav. Pasig'r Ag't, Louisville, K theso littlo pills. hy G. W. Short. CLOVERPORT' KY. n, five-year-o- ld Daviess County -. -. Fair i - ,e3iii.ei-- - Air-lin- o AT OWENSBORO, KY., COMMENCES ith OCTOBER st i? to-da- y. And Continues Five Days. Air-lin- o lliilii , 8 PREMIUMS. IT IS THE BEST! - FLORAL HALL. ,',. -- -- T Breckenridge- News, Celebrated Cleveland Dryer "Fertilisers. it SPEED RINGS. HENSLEY & JOLLY, rt 19-2- 0, HARDINSBURG, KY. MECHANICAL. HEftE WE AHE AGAIN fc I ADMISSION. J, W. CARTER, - Secretary. Reduction Sale YIMEIc FURNITURE, UNDERTAKER. mi m. 15 g ?c'lEr v R. .N(Jt& .iiMpS. (MmmMr. BW DR. REA, Celebrated Specialist, CURES NOTHING B1ITPILE&. fwwr WATERPROOF COLLAR on CUFF one-thir- d JXTot bull-d- og IXTot to Stout! to Plstooloir I m TRADE LLULQI Mark. Intcr-Occa- n. Saturday. Sept. 12 '91 ds and Notions WATERPROOF H Wfifl t tub mririr VV JXLJ!ilKi3MSlIGl " flggfigfe. S3 SHOE lluiid-notrritud-Mowd, ma-hir- er CASLER PUMPHREY, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS W. L. DOUGLAS Blood Skin Diseases cui-tur- n St. Louis. Evans ville S6 0 West and Tine-Car- Geo. Yeakel Co,, tJUO 1 .,s .:v -- (?.