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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891091601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 8- - w 'UV IN PLANHINO To liimitsu j our Ititilnvss tills fall, it will be wise for j on to ret aside it certain nmuutit fur adver tising Ih the N12WS I D THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVEEPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER TO " "AH limn. Get Makes millions' you try a few MIHIBSl: rojl l about your business. & lniMR "Bit no: a 5, VOL XVI. V' . 16, 1891. Wc arc now cloning out our line of ; - 11V E. A. M. sweet thought nf thrc, then thy lace I scc,-Aknow that thou nrt ilcarto mc, And'tliat thou ne'ercan be mine own. This thought it U that fills my heart With sadness when I think thou art Forever lost and might hate been a part Of my life, which is now so sad and lone. JTI VTlii cr nTng bring again X v W. Ji Piggott. v R. V. Jolly. J, P. Boyd, to crush, And with cruel hands bright hopes to brufli From out our future, and tcir will rush Into my cjes when these sad thoughts tlutb fill . my mind;. O why were wc the chosen two We, whose hearts were e'er so true) And whose young lies no sorrow knew, Tit whom fate should be unkind? Hut Fate dccrccd or hearts ' THE IRVINGTOH MILLING CO., IRVINGTON, KY. - It teems unjust and hard to bear, Yet we, like others, still must share, Life's sorrows and some thorns must Upon our brow, and bear our c:oss; We meet upon n brighter shore, And we arc Joined to pnrt no more Thcre'JI be no loss. near Stcphcnport,Ky. to serve tho What Is Christianity? in both merchant rind cuspublic, All who possess it are ready to say: ''It tom work in tho highest Btylo, of is tho system of doctrine and precepts modern progressive milling. With taught by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ." sin abundant supply of the Is fully prepared -- :Best Quality of Grain :- - . 5 $ft ..j1 ' V M " J'f One of the finest and best equipped mills in the United States. Skilled mechanics and thoroughly trained business men in charge of every department they can not fail "to give entiro satisfaction. They solicit your orders, your exchange work and invito you to visit them or write them when in need of anything in their line.JI "' EQUALITY e GUARANTEED . . - I Zr " J IT'S NOT SO! 't ' L. Miller & Payne are not in a great many for myself and to mo and I will sell you ousincss together as pcoplo think. I am will say and come will show you that I Fiult Cans, both Glass &Tin STEP STOVE, with 40 pieces of ware for $7.00. Hay Rakes, "S - V; , ' Sorgo Mills, " Evaporators. Home-made Let each of us who are members of the church or professors of that faith examine ourselves this day and see if wo actually possess that which wo profess. Are wo doing our whole duty as Christians, who attend their church regularly at all its meetings, prayer aiid Sabbath-schoand preaching, Do wo all do this, or is there somo etc.? of Us who will actually pass our own place of worship when tho congregation is assembled for worship and go visiting or to somo other church and say: "I would havo stayed at my own church today, but I did not expect anybody much thoro?" "When you hear a pr6fessor talk that way, just mark it down they liavo,a speculation on hand of somo kind, if it is nothing moro than to show a new dress, hat or suit of line clothing; and, then, wo will ask the question: "Is it ptesiblc for them to possess what they profess and act in that way?" Perhaps somo good brother or sister will say here: "Judge not lest yo bo Judged by tho same judgment." So I will continue my remarks before I havo judged some one by saying that as Christians wc Bhould attend our own placo of worship first of all others at all its meetclass meetings, etc., ings, Sunday-schoand bo ready at all times to perform our whole duty in every particular, not only at tho church, for Sunday religion, as it Is called, is not acceptable in God's sight unless it has mixed with it somo overy-da- y leligion to keep us regular in lino and always ready to do what wo can for our Master, and thon, when our pastor notifies us that wo aro to havo a protracted service for a week or so, our hearts can rejoice that wo have another opportunity of doing work for our Master, and wo will not get scared at oursolvcs and take a great big shopping trip to 6omo great city and leavo our homes to try and miss the services and leave the pastor and the other good members to do tho work, and then to fix it all up havo to como homo anyway and thon to appear as a Christian venture to church and sit back from tho altar a. little and point tho finger of scorn at somo good brother or sister that has been laboring earnestly for a week or ten days in trying to do God's will. I will only say Jtorc: "God, bo merciful to all such professors (if there bo any), for thoy know not what thoy do, and my prayer is that thoy be converted soon to that living light of God." Now I will say, in conclusion, lot every possessor of religion bo at his post and trying to be a model for somo ono elso to lead them into the light everlasting. Matters not what your religious society is called, God knows you and expects you to work for Him according to tho dictates of your own conscience. OlIItlSTIAN at Wohk. class-meeting- s, ol ol An Alliance Brother With the Right Kind of Grit. Mn. EniTon: You along with the rest of tho bo) s in your lino proceed to give tho members of tho Alliance little bits of adviro occasionally. Wo suppose that yoii fellows aro conscientious in all of your advico to us. You ought to be. However, wc aro truly glad that us yet it is left somowhat optionary with us as to whether wo tako it or not. You toll us that ve had bettor stay out of politics, and'stick to tho principles of'tho order. Now, in all candor, wo think that a person who belongs to tho ordor equal in intelligence with ono whd docs not belong, certainly has ns good an opportunity, if not a littlo better, of knowing its designs as tho ono who doesn't belong. A politician is certainly a person that tho science of government. Thon a Stnto politician is a person that understands what kind of laws rtro best adapted to tho wants and most beneficial to a majority of the people of this State. A national politician, a person that understands tho same in regard to the people of his nation. Now, do you mean to say that tho laboring class of people of this great county of ours aro to take no part in, havo nothing to say" about what kind of laws they aro to bo governed by? Wo suppose tho idea that all that aro of the opinion of yourself wish to convey is this: That this class of people must allow themselves to bo dictated to by tho leaders of the present Democratic party just how this political machine must bo run. Now wo beliovo that firmly, too, that if the representatives of the Democratic or Republican party, cither, had shown by their actions in our Stato and national Legislatures that thoy meant to lcgislato for the interest of tho poor as well as tho rich, this organization would not have been here? There would havo been no need of it. Somo pcpplo would havo us believe that they think this Alliance business is all foolishness and unreasonable, but wc don't see it thus. It looks about this way to us: That if we havo somo "one representing us and our interest, and they refused fo protect and guard the same wo had better get somo ono elso to do it for us or do it ourselves. Then there is another thing (it's a little thing, though), if all of tho members ol tho Alliance woro to withdraw their patronage from such noy sharpers as havo been kicking at their political movements, doubtless some of these fellows shortly or soon afterward would bo willing to grant" us the privilege of tak- -' ing a slight hand in tho affairs of our country if wo would only rencny our sub scription. As none of us know what. tho future has in reserve for us, it is certainly acting tho part of wisdom to be conBidcrato in all things and under all circumstances. Now don't understand us to be fighting anybody, ior wo aro not; but, then, you see that wo hayo been smoto so much on ono check that just proposo it has becomo sore; to turn the other awhile. Tin: Qm Man. un-stanso-w- c Wc have jiiRt rccoivedji beautiful lino of HATS. TV SUMMS ffTg!l -- WL below cost. SHOES, A t All things go cheap for cash, and especially our MS . n.' fe - '' r'V. IV. and CLOTHING. v A; SUMMER LAWNS AND - GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. Wo must closo them out by fall to give room for our J m: A At prices that can't bo heat. NETW Wo expect' to STOCK OK GOODS. handle n line of goods this fall that cannot be surpassed. "Vo We keep constantly on hand a nice line of have on hand also, a splendid line of GROCERIES At lowest prices, and are also Agents for the Drugs and Patent Medicines. Como in and givo us a i' trial, and get a bargain in something you need beforo this opportunity is gone Respectfully, WITT & MEADOR, IIARDINSBUItG, KY. i i Celebrated McSherry Wheat Drill r And the North Western Fcrtlizers Co's. ilk A& $ .. HORSE SHOE" Brand of Fertlizer. Givo us a call and you will never regret it. Respectfully, o H9y eg r CD nJhe - m .i MOORMAN & BEELER, CLEIMDEANE, KY. USED COLLATERAL. A Meade County Farmer Gets His Bacon and Cabbage as Usual. Tho "Gossip" man of tho Louisville Fost says: "Capt. Hardin Stevenson is a prosperous farmer, living a few miles from Brandenburg, in Mcado county. As is tho caso with a great many other men, you can't tell how much money tho Captain has in his pockets by a glance at his unshaven face, his unkempt hair and his rough clothes. "Ho has been a frequent passenger on tho river .packets between Brandenburg and Louisville, and is accorded many nrivileces. bcins a large shipper. But on his trip to tho city lost week, a now clerk was at tho desk, and ho knew nothing of Capt. Stevenson, and didn't understand how it was that ho did not pay his faro before taking his seat at tho table. In fact, tho clork had sized up his bucolic passenger as a suspicions character. So ho went to him and lapped him on tho shoulder, and said: "My friend, you havo not paid your passage yet." "No, sir; and I haven't had any pass-agyet." "Well, I mean that you must settle for your fare." "Precisely, and flit's what I'm for somo faro. But you seem to bo in distress." So saying, tho supposed moneyless man drew from his capacious breeches pocket a big roll of bills. Solecting a noto from among crisp hundred-dolla- r size, ho laid it near several of the Bame his plate, while tho clork's oyes grow to several times their usual size as- - ho reached for it. "Oh, no; not so fast," said Stevenson; "that's simply my collateral. Now hus-tl- o with my bacon and cabbage, and while you'ro out eat a lump of suit it'll steady your brain." o now-waiting in A Good Appointment. . Adjt.-GoAndrew Jackson Gross. That was a good appointment, nn appointment well- - earned, ono that will o givo, tho whole Democratic party satisfaction. Jack Gross is a man of tho people a great big, plain fellow, with the heart of a lion and tho tenderness of a woman. Cicsar was never braver; no man was ever moro loyal; there was never a bettor Democrat. And when a man is true to his friends and truo to his party, when he is kind, charitable and sympathetic in his daily walk, when ho is bravo and honest, when ho has observed tho Goldon Rule in and out of politico, that is a man against whom no other mans Jianu can con scientiously bo raised. And that is Jack n. The largest stock of Saddlery aud Harness at subsoil prices can bo found at com-plet- WSJ JLL AW1 Jl J9 Wo carry aTlarge assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, $6.50, 87.50, $9.00 and $12.00." Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, 250, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Hames and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examino our stock. O w a mm Wijeppifnitot 00 WA HI El yT "" A Child Killed. Another child killed by tho uso of opiates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such deadly poison is surprising when thoy can relievo tho child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's IJaby Soother. It contains no opium or morphine. Sold by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt& Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. The Oscular Horsehair. If perchance, at any timo during tho past week, you havo seen a man stealthily pull a hair from a horse's tail by tho curbing, you may know that he has tho experimental stage of tho latest neighborhood fad. The idea is this: Suspend a gold ring from a picco of hair over half a glass of cold water, and tho ring will begin to swing too and fro until it hits tho sides of tho glass. Furthermore, it will strike tho exact ago of tho horso, or if it bo a person's hair, of tho person upon whoso head it grow. In a Lisbon street tailoring establishment this week this has been tho featuro of tho wcok, and with such a surprising success that if accidental, as probably it is, it is simply marvelous, says tho Lewistpn Journal. On Friday a horso stood by tho door. A hair from his tail tied to tho gold ring and duly suspended swung twico only," tho ring striking out tho two clinks audibly against the sido of tho glass. Ho! Ho! quoth tho skoptic, "that horso is oloven years old." "Not so," said tho ownor of tho horso, who was hunted up. colt." A hair "That's a from tho head of n very ipteresting young lady on JJsbon street was kindly abstracted by her from among its companions on Thursday. Tho saino thing was dono and the ring struck 20 (well, no matter just how many), but sho Baid, "Well, that's mean; that's my vory age." Another lady was vory agreeable, and this timo tho ring clattered along until it struck 51. It was her ago. A horso on a hack was unaware of tho exact moment when a hair was pulled, or of the experiment that rung out 17 times on thq glass of time. "That said wrong," said a Lowiston man present at tho experiment. That horso is only 7 years old." Going Homo to dinner, ono of tho gentlcmon ovortook tho driver of this horso and asked him tho ago of this horso. Tho driver laughed, and said, "IIo'b 'most old enough to voto." "I heard that ho was only seven." "Well, ho is wico seven and threo moro." They aro all converts down in this business place to this wondprful series of coincidences. Chip thing is absolutely certain. Tho ring will swing with strango vigor, and thoro is fun in tho royival of U19 old time mystery. , .two-year-o- ld Gross. We co'ngratulato Gov. Brown that d and loyal ho has taken this man into his Cabinet and as for Alexander Jackson himself; well here's "looking at you, Gin'rel!" Louisvillo Truth. 3D. ta exist, not live. HAMBLBTOIT. nsro. From Nature's Store-hous- e. 'which will destroy tho germs of con- tagcous blood poison and counteract tho effects of mercurial poisoning may be depended on to ovcrcomo tho diseases that havo their origin in malaria, or that havo their scat in an impure condition of Tiiis is what S. S. S. has tho blood. done, and what it will do, sd its popularity attests. As a preventive and a remedy for tho long list of affections that display their activity during tho spring and summer months it stands without a rival. Tho secret of this is that it is a romcdy drawn from Nature's own storehouse. Tho oldest horso in tho United States is owned in Louisville and is even years old. Ho bears tho 6car of wound received at tho battle a gun-shof Buena Vista during tho Mexican war. He lives on boiled corn and other soft food, as ho has lost all his teeth. forty-sot It stands to reason that a medicino People with impure blood may be said Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Life is robbed of half its joys when tho blood is loaded with Correct this impurities and disease. condition with Do Witt's Sarsaparilla, it is reliable. Sold by G. AV. Short. Tiikiiifr Effect R. R. Co. TIME SCHEDULE WmI Jfotinii 63 51 is. At 5.00 o'clck A. M, Wednezday July 29. '91 BUY YOUR Traini & Eait Hound Traint 54 Mail & Kxpr's Kxpr'. SHIETS -- Expr's Kxpr'g Dally G Mail 62 STATIONS Dally Dally Dally 23pm 41) Fiionr- 6 7 20 J. D. BA 721 7: 8 (Bam Iv.Un'n I)pAU.ar 105 9 Ofipro jvcnuiCKV St. 12 50 820 860 9 00 12 10pm 810 West Point 12 07pm 8b7. 9 03 Howard 918 767 817 8 2tl 8 01 8 as 9 21 9 35 9 38 9 44 962 10 01 8tf 852 S5'l 8 43 1010 1018 10 2li 10 33 Hrantlenburf; Meailc Spring Kkron Gustnn Irvlngton Web ttcr Lodlbiirff Pk-rc- Long- llranch Rock Haven 1143 1133 1128 1123 1114 11 U63.un 764 747 737 732 7 20 1065 10 48 (' 717 6 31 J ' 9W 912 91G 9 31 9 38 IfiO 10 03 1041 10 45 10 4i Sample Steplu-nspor- 1037 10 3J 10 2ti G67 0 48 G39 t Apa? ij. vr NA'ILS, . A Wonder Tin Buckcts'at Worker. 15'Ccnts.' CARTRIDGES, GUNS, SEWING MACHINES, BUILDING HARDWARE, J3UGGIES, ROAD CARTS. 7 BOX COOKING STOVE with oven for 11.00. I can and will sell goods cheaper than any houso in Town. 20-inc- h Don't forget the place Mr, Frank Huffman, a young man of Burlington, Ohio, states that ho had been under tho care of two prominent physicians, and used their treatment until ho was not able to get around. Thoy pronounced his caso to bo Consumption and incurable Ho ivas persuaded to try Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, and at that tfmo was not able to walk across the street without resting. Ho found, beforo used half of a dollar bottle, that ho was much better; ho conenjoying tinued to use it and is good health. If you have any Throat, Lung or Chest Troublo try it. Wo guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottlo frco at G. W. Short's Drugstore. . ho-ha- d to-da- y 1102 1107 1118 1127 11 1010 A pamphlet of Information andab- iiracioi tna laws, mowing iiowioa Obtain rntenu. careait, mae1 vUarkt. uopyriKDU, tone jrtt. . ioifi 10 20 10 27 34 Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Skillinun Hawcsvllle Falcon Cnyce I.cwispott Powers Owcnsbnro Muttlngly Mauley Worthlngton Spottsvfllc Ilaskctts 1022 1019 10 05 10 01 9 47 626 619 614 5 67 641 Gil 562 . 1141 1145 1162-m Pttrlo 938 929 9 24 9 20 Uliw Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who havo used Electric Bitters sing tho same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed, Electric Bitters will euro all diseases of tho Liver and Kidnoys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drivo 'Malaria from tho system and prc-vont Thero aro few more dangeious diseases 1262 : 102 8110 li 65 than dysentery, diarrhoea and flux. Tho 11 7 42 118 12 apm 12! 734 mortality among infants is greater from 1220am 1 40pm ar.llcnderg'n lv 7 20am cholera infantum than any other disease. For tired feeling, loss of appetite and Lightning Hot Drops will positively euro gonoral dobility thero is no remedy LousviMe,Hardlnsburg& Western all tiieso ailments. Children like it. Chill Curo." Keep a bottlo in the houso ; it will often equal to "C. O. O. Certain & No. 2 TIME TABLE. a doctor bill. .All dealers pell it." Sold by Short Hayncs. save 25 and 50 cents. TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, s3Ul Broadway, MUNN new xoric. UUij 1041 1058 1103 1120 1129 12 10pm 1232 IZiii Pates 913 865 8 33 631 522 616 612 5(H) 4 49. 8 42 12 43 819 810 437 428 41'. 400 348 341 333 3 20pm R. R. J.:L..MILLEE'S CLOVERPORT.KY NOTICE, FRUITGROWERS! ' Make your ordor by tho, 1st of October and we will furnish you any kind of "B'lR.'UTT T3S.BJES. B3.A.XjXi TI&HEJS, Hov. Pink Flunk Abandons Buttons. "I hab an ornounceinent ter mako, dealt bredorn, wieh may surprise ya, but for yor own sakes as well as mine, it m.ust bo promulgated. Do pastor oh dis yor flock has discontinued dis yor flock has discontinued do uso of suspenders, and horeaftcrswawls an' hencofo'th his pantaloons will bo hold up by a strap, buckled around his waist. Conscquon-shuall- y he will hab no furdor uso fo' do useful but. too nucrous brace an' tin buttons wich hab appeared so provulontly in do collection basket for do las' few New York Herald. months." Mr. J. C. Caldwell, of Boylo county, sold 1,000 head of oxport cattlo Monday as well as euro all Malarial fovcrs. to Baltimoro Thoy parties for For euro of Hcadacho, Constipatibn were high-grad- e Shorthorns and woro and Indigestion fry Electric Bitters. tho finest lot of cattlo sold at Danville Entiro satisfaction guaranteed or monoy this season. refunded. Prico 50 cts. and SI .00 per bottlo at G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., We Can And Do . and J. A. Witt's, Ilanlinsburg, Ky. Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for it has beon fully demonstrated to tho Jas. E. Popper & Co., of Loxington, people of this country that it is suporior last wcok mado tho largest sale of whis- to all other preparations for blood disky over madu In tho world, to a Now eases. It is a positiyo euro for syphilitic thousand cases of poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Tim-ple- s. York firm. Thirty-si- x woro sold for $500,000. It purifies tho wholo systom and BANK OP 1801. EAEDINSBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. F. BE AUD, Proslilent. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEAHD, CMhler. 1). - h East Hound Dally Dally Daily ex bun ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun, No.6 No. 2 No.l 1130im I.v Irvluutun Ar 9 45am 12 10pm Garticld 8 31 1225 Ilnrned 810 1245 Hardinsburg 7 45 Kirk 118 709 132 Jolly G63 Olcndeanc 163 621 GOO 205 Dempster 2 30pm ar Kallsitough lv 634am 315 Hockvalc 4 65 3 27 Ruth 4 44 3 3; Atkins 486 Oaks 362 415 4 30pm ArPordsviHc I.v 4 00am Wert Hound Trains Trains Dally ex bun No. 6 Q. W. 11EAHD 1 MORRIS KSKRIDOE R. M. JOLLY. J - - - Director. DEPOSITS. GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for f ult, irly Gv S2CS,X7SS ieO, PILES Not if you go through tho world a dyspepManager HnrJIniburg Nursery, tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets aro HAUDINSnUBG, KY? a posit! yo cure for tho worst forms of Dyspopsiaf Indigcston, Flatulency and AN AKBRIS " jrlvwi Injtent relief nnil la an Infallible C6nstipation. Guaranteed and sold by for l'lln. 1'rlcojl. Uy Cure DrtifTKlstaortnall. Saiantai G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky.K and Witt frM.Aildna"i.NAKltt,, jjox WW, New York Uty. & MonJor, llardlnsburg, Ky. ZACK. GREEN, Is Life Worth Living? '- -' thoroughly builds up tho constitution. Kidnoy and liver troubles should For Sale by G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., novor bo neglected. A stitch in timo and 'Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. saves death. Mr. W. Y. Bates, Marietta, "Lightning Kidnoy & S. C, writes: Tho difference botweon realism and Liver Romcdy is tho best liver medicine idealism is just tho differonco between a I over saw. I had been taking other girl's opinion of her loyorand tho young medicines, but got no relief Until I took man himself. Siirnmervillo Journal. Ligtning Kidney & Liver Remedy, I reDon't fritter away your hard earnings commend it to all who sulfer with liver on or kidnoy troubles." whon'O. C. O. Certain Cough Cure" is guaranteed to givo Buy thoronarch shirt, Itstho, boet. satisfaction, Sold by Short fc Hayncs. es, other-remedi- INTEREST PAID ON TIME DoWitt's Sarsaparilla destroys such poisons as scrofula, skin disease, eczema, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, CeiwwJ, Miefe rheumatism. Its timely uso saves many ian Plaster, Salt, JjIebb, Cwl. Oil lives. Sold by G. W, Short. by the Barrel, PluUr Hah--, -- Reapers and Mowers, Fine & Renew your subscripiton threo months. Buy tho Monarch shirt. now. you can't eopd a dollar for n year send CO cts, for six months, or 25 cents, for Brick, Plow Handles, I Poplar Shin Itt vi Pine Floerwgftl waft kept'on hand. Oriera compared by eak prawpt' ly 1U4. - " Vk viL. r 9'f Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, JNO. D. A Postmaster General Wanamakcr lias written to every postmaster under him ior statistics concerning tho registering 1891. o( letters. Ilia idea is to reduce the pro-se- BRANDENBURG. UNION STAR. VlltOlt, O. HAimAGE, Editor and Proprietor. A: I.., St, I.. T. Local Tlmo Card. " " Wwt Kait Eait -- 11.07 if: Mall and EzpreM going East Expreu " ' . Local Frolght Went West 10.05 a.m. a.m. 6.(8 p.m. .. 9.27 p.m. 11.19 a.m'. 10.05 a.m. res-Idon- ' . k8ncnETAnY Blnino lias fr ordered his In Wnsliington mado ready for Ms occupancy October 1. By n vote of fifty-si- x to iliirty-Bl- x the Lady Managera of tho World's fair favor closing tho exposition on Sundays. Tun Republican party seems bent on exbausling tbo Treasury beforo tho Democrats can get a hold on it in '02. Hon. William Wilson, ono of tho best 'known criminal lawyers in Kentucky, died at his homo in Elizabcthtown last week. Who is running tho Republican machine in this city ? Is it tho Louisvillo Custom House, Geo. Jolly or Logan Murray. The Constitutional Convention delegates scorn, to bo having a world of trouh-l- o in shaping tho new instrument to suit their taste. The removal of Miss Ilcnly from tho in this city will loso tho county for Mr. Harrison. Geo. Jolly can pasto this in his hat. o post-ofllc- The Louisville Conference, E. Church South, Trigg county, Baltimore, Mill preside. to-da- y. of tiie M. will meet at Cadiz, Bishop Wilson, of Isn't it quite n slam on the Republicans of this city that nono of them should liavo been consulted in tho o matter. position of the post-oflic- dis- Gait. Billy A hi is n good Republican and a faithful worker for his party. But it seems that he is not "in it" when it ponies to tho disposition of tho pic. Tnn Frankfort correspondent of the says, that tho Constitutional delegates ho now go to their homes every Saturday, walk up and pay their railroad fare. At tho last session noarly all of them carried a pass. Courier-Journal LJ'fv The Republican party is trying to regain its hold in Kansas whero it was knocked out by tho Farmers' Alliance a year ago. As a bid forfuluto favors this remarkable ossurtion is made : "Kansas is marvelous in its history, matchless in resources and maguificent in its achievements." All of Which must be set down to tho credit of tho Itcpublican party Well, sombody should turn tho hose on 'em. i'v gr" The annual reunion of tho "Orphan Brigado" at Ow onshore was a great sue cess. Tho day was perfect and Owcns- horo spread her hospitality with a lavish hand. Tho ''Orphan Brigado" as it marched, fought and bled through the war of tho confederacy, mado a remark' nblo history. Every year its trials and triumphs are retold w ith fresh and ab sorbing interest. Tho meeting next year will bo hold at Paris, Ky. r Senators It is said that the in tho next Legislature and those who have been in tho habit of attending re captions at tho Executive Mansion dun ing Gov. Buckner's icgimo will sadly miss this winter ono featuro that characterized them. Tho famous punch in that immenso old punch bowl will not hold-ove- have n successor. Mrs. Brown lias is sued tho decree that the Gubernatorial nbodo during tho new regime shall be strictly and uniformity prohibition. The jeans manufactories of tho country aro running their factories on time, hop ing probably that tho coining winter may bo as cold as hades. Tho past year or two has been pretty hard on tho jeans manufactories, it is truo, but wo can't see that it lias had anypcrccptabio effect upon tho cut of men's pants. Mon nro compelled to wenr pants of some description, if tho manufactory of jeans finally goes to tho wall. It was understood by tho people generally that when tho Constitutional Convention it would bo for tho purpose of correcting s.omo fow inaccuracies in tho instrument and then adjourn. But from tho number of amendments that have already been mado and the wido rango of discussion that has como up ovor them, it seems Jinrd to tell when tho peoplo will get n new Constitution. They adopted tho instrument by over 138,000 majority, yet tho dolegates think it is not yet just what they ought to have and nro still making amendments and changes in it. When they do got it shaped to suit them they should bo kind enough to let us know it. As littlo as wo may think of it tho last ton years has wrought marvelous changes i njBrcckcnridga county's social and commercial prosperity. Back in tho seven- ties when wo transported nil of our products and merchandise by water and waited tlirco days for tho return of tho post thero was much growling nnd grumbling, and many dissatisfied people. To-da-y wo go by lightning oxpress. Everything is on the movo mid itdoesn't take long to get there. Sixty miles of railroad span thtf borders of our county, nnd there's scarcely a villago of any note that its accommodations do not reach. Every day brings forth new enterprises nnd seemingly dovolopes richer avenues of wealth. With for bountiful crops that naturo has so lavished upon us, and with all things moving in a quiet orderly way there is no icason Why we shouldn't be cpntonted and fairly prosperous. Davis Quiltcr. Davis Quilter. Miss Pink Rickctts open school hero Mr. Wlttleshof or spent last week hero. Monday. registration fee. Soino years ago Miss Fannie Brashear visited our towm tho fco was reduced from ten cents to Mrs. Sarah Brunor is visiting her mothlast week. five cents, hut tho reduction did not last er, Mrs. Sovcrs, of Preston. in Mrs.Hisois visiting friends long. Mr. and Mrs, R, W. Vaughan spent Wodncsdny with Mrs. Dr. Milnor. Mr. Win. Allen, of near Preston, was Beware of Ointments .for Cararrh Mr. Sandy Hendry was tho guest of in town Satuaday. that contain Mercury, Miss Dora Gardner Thursday. Mrs. John Whalcn, of Flarhcrty, was ns mercury will surely destroy tho senso Mrs. J. J. Severs and daughter, Blanche of smell nnd completely derange tho in town ono day last weok. wife, of Bandy visited friends in Clovcrport this week. Mr..Martln Smith and wholo system when entering it through Mr, Hoeing, of Loxington, was tho tho mucous surfaces. Such articles Hill, wcro in town last week. guest of Mr. O. M. McGlothan Thursday. should noYerJjo used except on prescripMr. nnd Mrs. Leo Morgan, of Oak Mr. R. O, Richardson spent Tuesday tions from reputable physicians, as the Grove, wcro in town Saturday. nnd AVcdnesdny with his brother in damago tiioy will do is ten fold to tho Mr. II. C. Woodson and family spent n Louisvjlle. good you can possibly tlorivo from them. few days in Ixtuisvlllo last week. MissEmmn May, of Hardlnsburg, camo Hall's Catarrh Curo, manufactured by Irving-to- n Mrs. Joe. Claycomb, of near F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contnins over Saturday to take chargo of tho wns in town ono day last week. no mercury, and is taken internally, and Preston school. Mrs. Chism and Mrs. Shacklett, of near nets directly upon the blood and mucous Mr. nnd Mrs. O. M. McGlothlan spent In town lost "weok. surfaces of the system. In buying AVolf Creek, wcro Thursday in Clovcrport, tho guests of Mrs. Bob. and Jim. Hendricks, of Gus-to- Mrs. Jas. Skillman. Hall's Catarrh Curo bo sure you get tho were in town shopping Saturday. genuine. It is taken internally, and Miss Francis Goodson, of Hnwosville, Clienoy mado in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Miss Mary Pusoy loft Monday for returned homo Saturday after n visit to fcCo. Ixtuisvlllo, where sho wilfnttonif school. Miss Cora Richardson. Sold by Druggists, 7oc. Miss Lillio Williams was called homo Mr. nnd Mrs. D. S. Richardson arc Saturday by tho serious illness of hor with their son, Mr. E. A. Richardson, HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. father. who is ill of typhoid fover nt his homo in Miss Mattio McGched left Tuesday for Editor Chicago to visit her aunt, Mrs. Joo Louisvillo. V. O.HAIIHAUE Misses Francis Goodson, Corn and Phillips. Lena Richardson, Messrs. Will L Milnor L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. Mis3 Mattio L. Morenten returned OOINO WIST. Hubert Bruncr and J. T. Milnor wero Panenger Datljr arr. Hardlniburg..T2:05 p.m. Wednesday from a week's visit to Bowtho guests of Miss Blanche Frymircj leyvillo. aoi.to E1ST. Preston, Wednesday. Paitenger Dally arr. Hardlniburg.. 8:55 a.m. Misses Fannio nnd Lillio Rhodes of Tho Misses Richardson entertained Pnyneaville, visited Mrs. J. D. Hardin tho following young ladies nnd gentleDavis Quiltcr. last week. men Thursday evening at cards : Miascs Capt. Mintcr, of Irvington, died Inst Mr. John Snyder nnd family, of Wood- Francis Goodson, Pink Ricketts, Minnie Monday. land, visited Mr. Dick Nevitt's family Hoyle, Bello Hayncs, Susio Brashear, Hurrah for Davis Quiltcr, it takes like last week. Esther Hnyncs, Blanche Severs, Messrs. hot cakes. Prof. Do Forrest Van Loyd, of Pitted J. A. llnynes, Will L. Milnor, Claude Miss Jessio Mercer went to Louisvillo burg, is conducting a writing school hero Brashear and J. T. Milnor. last Thursday. nnd has a largo class. WEBSTER. James Bishop and wife left for LouisMessrs. Ed. "i'oakcl and Geo. Kciman villo Monday. , liavo returned from Cincinnati with Davis Quiltcr. Agents aro reporting largo sales for their stock of fall goods. Jas. Kurtz is visiting in Hardin county Davis Quilter. Mrs. Margerato Talbott and daughter, Mr. riielps, of Louisville, was in the Miss Sue Board, of Big Spring, visited this week. R. L. Glasgow has been appointed decity last Sunday. .Mr. II. C. Rawlings' family last week. pot agent at this city. Tlicro nro seven jail birds breaking Mrs. Rachel Moromcn and daughter, Mr. M. L. Matlicny is building a nice rock on tho street. Mrs. Annie Flnloy, of JelTerson county, aro visiting Mr. A. Morcmen and family. residenco on Main street. Mrs. John Alexander, Buras, is visitEd. Alexander is clerking for Geo. ing hero this week. Our town was well represented at tho Elizabcthtown fair last week, and Yeakel & Co., at Brandenburg. Mr. Oscar Yates, Lcitchficld, Avas in Mr. Jesse E. Ryan, who has been sick from nil accounts tho hotels were over tho city last Friday. with typhoid fever, is improving. Stuart DeJernctto lias nwved into Mr. run. Rums D. St, Clair opened school at Mr. Geo. Summers, of Louisville, died James Bishop's residence. Wednesday with typhoid fover. He was tliis plnco tfio 31st ult,, witlt forty pupils. Mr. John P. Haawell is out this week a brother of Mrs. Henry Harrington, of Clarenco Board and Chas. Claycomb iuspectUig the this place. will tnko up their nbodo in tho far west Mr. G. W. Beard is attending Con Mr. Frank Have, a prominent mer- shortly. ference nt Cadiz this week. chant of Vino Grove, nnd Miss Bcttio M. Mr. Chas. Dyo will mako application Mrs. L. A. Footo returned to her homo Robinson, of Big Spring, wero married for a license to sell "tho stufi'" next at Bowleyvillo last Monday. at tho Waverly Hotel, in Ixtuisvlllo last Monday, County Court. Mr. Leo Bishop is giving the Court Wednesday. We extend congratulations Madamo rumor says that Mr. J. B. House fenco a coat of paint. and best wishes to them. Coleman of this place, is soon to wed a Tho carpenters hnvo begun repairs on A physician gave a patient quinine in young lady of Nashville. Mr. B. F. Beard's residence. a capsulo not long since nnd he not Messrs. Forrest Claycomb nnd Ift-nrMr. Taylor Atwood nnd his family re- having kept pace with modern progress Kurtz arc attending tho Stato Agricultinformed ono of his neighbors that the ural and Mechanical Collego turned from Dakota last week, at LexingCapt. J. II. Rowland nnd wife, Clover-por- t, Doctor put his medicine in littlo glass ton. jars, and ho had an awful time getting wcro visiting hero last week. Tho Webster " kids " had n tcrrifilc John T. Creed and T. C. Crnigg wcro it out. Said ho did'nt sec what ho want- engagement with tho Irvington nino last ed to put tho gol. darned stuir up Hint registered at Bcanl's Hotel, Monday. Saturday, doing them up witli n score of way for no how. SO to 4 in favor of the kids. Mrs. Felix Monroo has moved her stock of ladies' dress goodsdown stairs. STEPHENSPORT. LONG BRANCH. School Commissioner James Miller Davis Quilter. lias been quito sick for tho past ten days. Dais Quilter. Mrs. M. Blain is in Louisville. Mrs. T. G. Cocks went to Mumforts-vill- o Mr. U. O. McGelico was in Louisville Monday, to bo absent n few weeks. Master Robt. Hanks is quito sick, last week. Miss Bertie Roister, who has been Fair commenced at Rome, Ind., MonNot enough rain in this st'ctlon yet to visiting hero for tho pas week returned day. enablo tho farmers to plow good. to Louisville Monday. J. II. Lay and E. II. Miller are on the Our school opened last Monday nnd is 'Squire Henry Dean sent up a couplo sick list. being taught by Miss Maggio Green. of law breakers from his section last Mr, A. L. Bennett has been at homo Miss .Mary McFarland has returned Saturday, to servo a term in jail. for 11 fow days quito sick. from a pleasant visit to Grahampton. Mr. J. W. Guthrio went to Knnsos Inst Mrs. Clias. Wadlington has brought on Miss Nellie Brown, of Ekron, is spendMonday to look after tho cstato left by a stock of millinery goods. ing n fow days witlt Mrs. W. L. Dooloy. his deceased brother-in-laJames Shar-maMis. Geo. Barkley nnd Mrs. C. C, Ix: wis Tho second now gas well located on wero in Clovcrport last week. Mr. BickcrstafT's farm, is being rapidly Lifo is too short for you to work hard Miss Knto Hawkins and Mr. Gcorga put down, all your days, so if you want to make Jamison wont to Louisvillo Friday. Mrs. W. II. Ramsey left Friday for money fast and cosy, go and got tin Mrs. A. R. Miller, who has been very Olean, N. Y., nftcr a short stay with her agency for Davis Quilter. low for sometime, is improving. husband. Tho Baptist Association begins Miss Lizzie Rickctts, of Clovcrport, Mr. Cnl Hendrick shipped to LouisA Moderator has not been elected. villo Inst week some of tho finest wheat Rov. Dowdcn having died since tho last was tho guest of friends hero Saturday. Mr. Joint Ash, of Calhoon, was tho threshed in this county. meeting of tho association. Superintendent McDonald and Dr, Our merchants aro purchasing stacks guest of Mrs. E. P. Mosoloy last week.- of goods this fall, and in a littlo whilo tho Miss Ida and Mr. Willio Kilsoy hnvo Durctt were in tho field last week in tho interest of tho Gas company. trade which has been going to tho coun- returned to their homo in Cincinnati. try stores will begin to drift back here. Miss Ida Hanks left Sunday for Clifton Miss Nellio McGheo has left to attend Miss Bcttio Robertson, of Big Spring, Mills to take chargo of the school there. school at Pcweo Valley,' where sho hopes and Mr. Fred. Kayo, of Vino Grove, Miss Dell Perrigo, who has been visit- to pass another pleasant year. wero married in Louisvillo last Thursing in Cloverpoit, returned homo SunLightning Hot Drops is the greatest of day. Both parties wcro well known day. v all known remedies for the curo of all hero. Mrs. Geo. Cox and son, Tcttit, of iof pains external and internal. Tho now jail, when completed will bo Owensboro, aro tho guests of Mrs. Leo kinds Cures colic, diarrhoea and cholera infanono of tho finest residences in tho city. Isaacs. tum. Mr. A, M. Moore, Mt. Jackson, Thero aro a number of fellows who will Miss Florenco C. Williams, of Evans-vill- Va., says : "I hnvo used Lightning Hot want to occupy itnoxttonn.nnd n wholo is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Chns Drops by tho side of quite a number of field of candidates is looked for. Wadlington. pain remedies, nnd unhesitatingly proA pretty big suit for damages was filed Miss Emma English, who has been nounce it superior to any of them. It is in tho Circuit Court last Monday. James visiting in Southern Kentucky, returned n most wonderful remedy. Have used it W. Enston is tho complainant nnd sues homo in quito a number of coses of dinrrhoea, Friday. George W. Jordon, of tho Rov. Win. Dawson, of Yelvington, w.is and am glad to say it lias not failed in a City of Clovcrtwrt and his bondsmon for called by tho Baptist church here at singlo instance." For salo by all dealers $1000 damages, foralicgcd falso imprisontheir last church meeting. ment. The Davis Quilter. Miss Dixio Perrigo went to Louisvillo IlAnniKsmrna, Ky., Aug. 28, 1801. Death ofW.H. Perrin. Wednesday to remain for somctlmo enKnow nil men by tlieso presents, that Tho News joins its fellow mombors of gaged in wo tho undersigned citizens of Hara dressmaking establishment. the press in their oxprcasions of sorrow. Mrs. Perkins, of Lowisport, who has dlnsburg, Brcckenridgo County, Kentucky, liavo seen Dkyib Quilter on exMr. Perrin died nt his homo in Parkland been visiting Mrs. L. T. Roberts and Mrs. hibition hero in our city, nnd wo do on tho morning of tho 14th of September, cheerfully recommend it to tho ladies of Andrew Crawford, has returned home. 1891, from malarial fover. Ho had been town Mrs. S. K. Rank, who has been visit- our labor and county, as n very valuablo in Now Orleans, engaged in collecting nnd saving invention: material for n history of Louisiana and ing hor mojlior, Mrs. II. Lay, returned V, G. Babbngo, Mayor of tho City. not being acclimated, ho becamo a vic- to hor homo in Pennsylvania last week. Burrel Beard, Beard Hotel, Amos Board, Hotel Clerk, tim of the malarial fover of tho South, Rov. Win. E. Perryclear, of Louisville, J. B. Buzby, Liveryman, and had to return. In a fow wcoks after held scrvico in tho Raptist church on tho J, II. Glasscock, Merchant, reaching home, ho died. first Sunday. It was his last appointJ. II Lonnln, Editor Ropublic, Mrs. S. A. Hnflby & Co., Dry G'ds, Mr. Perrin was a nativo of this county ment. Clayton Beard, Carpenter, and wo all know him, and wero proud of Mrs. A. R. Miller returns thanks to R. P. Shncklott, Pnn. High School ids achievements as an editor and his- Mr. J. G. Stephens, of Holt, for tho nice Jolly Mcador, Merchant, torian, and decnlv mourn his untimnlv basket of grapes rccolved Friday from G. J. Getzonuanner, Tinner, his O. E. Haswoll, Merchant, 'death, when it seemed ho had many vinoynrd. Thos. Adkisson, County Judgo. years 01 usoiulness nnd larger initio beR. S. Skillman. Clerk B. O. O. Dentistry. fore him. T. A. McGili, Denuty County Clerk Dr. J. P. Williams, of tho ofilco of Dr. Jas. W. Millor, Supi. of Schools, Gratifying to All. W. S. Board, Merchant, W. B. Armandt, Owonsboro, Ky., will be Tho high position attained and tho in Clovcrport, Soptombor Jesso Whitworth, R. R. Agent, 21st. 1891. and E. E. Rhodes, Sowing Mneh. Ag't, universal ncceptanco and nnnrovnl of tho will remain threo days. AH parties Alf. Allen, Lawyor, pleasant liquid fruit remedy Svrun of s desiring Win. II. Boll, Merchant, dentul work will do Figs, as tho most oxcelient laxative well to call John Slaton, Juiler, on him nt Dr. S. S. Watklns' 0 Known, ilJustrnto. tho valuo of tho nuall- - ofllco, and yon will bo treated politely, VtlRTHK JILGOD, MC WeaVnaB, Malaria, Indigestion and ties on which its success is based and get good work at reasonable prices. DlllousriCM. take nro abundantly gratifying to tho Cnlifor-i- a UUOWN'S mON HITTERS. Fig Syrup Company. It earoa qulclclr. For a!o br all tlealen la David Quilter. nt n, post-oflicc- s. n. Bo You Want lillllll TIE A EAEM ? m I CM the Do You Want A HOUSED LOT? FARMERS' and MECHANICS' Shoe and Clothing House. 1)0 You Want dren's Clothing, Largest Stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods ever seen in Cloverport. Do Biggest Stock of Hats' and Caps, all styles. A Tobacco Warehouse? Big Assortment of Trunks, Valises and Umbrellas, ' A Good Dwelling? With the Largest Stock of Boots and Shoes. The Largest Stock of Men's, Youths' and Chil- V - You Want J Finest Neckwear ever before seen. J, All located in and near Cloverport. If so now is your chance Valuable Heal Estate1 It will pay ovorybody to como and sco tho Farmers' and Mechanic's Shoo and Clothing House. Wo will show you tho Best Goods over shown in this town and prices lower than over. Wo will give you a fow prices : & That must be 1 Men's Worsted Suits, $5; former price everywhere $7.2.". " Youths' Suits, front 12 to 17, $3; " " $5.25. ' ' Children's Suits, 4. to 12, $1.50 ; former price, 52.05. ' Mon's Good Jeans Pants, 90o; former price, $1.23. Boys' Jeans Pants, 12 to 17, 55c ; former price, 05c. ' ' v Men's Sunday Pants, $1.95 ; former price, $tt.OO. " Good Working Boots, $2.00 ; former price, $2.50. Men's Fino Sunday Shoo, $1.45 J former price, $2.00. Men's Working Shoes, $1.00 ; former price, $1.45. -- ., 4 , EVKUVTHIa IN PROPOIITIOX. ' ' 0 SOLID As administrator of tho cstato of T. N. Wnrfiold, deceased, I will offer for salo until November 1st, 1891. at private or public sale, tho following described property in and near the city of Clovcrport : We want everybody, ladies, gents nnd boys, to como and seo us. We nro sure that when you return from tho storo to your sweet homos you will tell ovorybody of tho grand bargains you got of tho Farmers' and Mechanics' Shoo and Clothing House. Don't forget the place, at Short's old stand. Don't fail to'comc. " GOODMAN & - KLEIN, CLOVERPORT, KY. OK THE A Tract of 190 Acres Moro or less of good land, lying on Clover Creek, three miles from Cloverport, near tho John Hardin -Also plnco, with improvements. 100 acres Woodland lying near tho above tnjct. This is fine land, produces well and will be sold at a fflardinstoirg .'. Normal .'. Institute:- - bargain. Monday, August 31st, Tho Fall term of twenty wcoks will begin 1891. 160 Acre Tract Tho Summer term of eight wcoks will begin with improvements, occupied at this timo by Ben Shadrick, This is also a fine tract of land with good : improvements nnd suitablo for a small farmer. A bargain for some- Tuition in Primary Course, $1. GO por month. " Elementary Courso body. " 2.00 " Intermediate Courso " 2.50 " Othor"Courses One Lot with Large To3.00 AU'Tuition Fees must bo paid in advance, unless othenviso bacco Warehouse on arranged. No reduction for absence unless causod by sickness. Near tho upper landing in tho city : of Clovcrport, capablo of handling Board can bo had in private families at 82.25 to 82.50 per weok a million pounds of tobacco. including fuel and lights. The Principal has had marked success at and by tho One House Lot aid of the peoplo wo hopo to achieve a great deal this point,Wo can give moro. ' in said city, fronting on High street pupils every advantago hero that they can got at any school. For further information address running hack 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 a private hotel. In Hancock county, near Patesvillo Monday,January 18th, '92. Mon.da.tj, May 6th,. '92. TUITION FEES The Spring term of sixteen wcoks will begin it BOARD and P. SHACKLETT, Prin., ' A Tract of 10 Acres, J. R. JOHNSON, drXi.ru in of unimproved property lying.within tho corpbrato limits of Clovorport. Terms reasonable Call on tho undersigned in Cloverport. Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Years Old. o, F. FEAIZE, Adm'r, T. N. WAEFIELD, Dec: Also for sale ono OHOIOJH WI3VES. House and Lot in Stophcnsport. Leading Brands of Tobacco aiicl Cigars. Legitimato Orders accompanied by. tho Cash will recoiyo prompt . ' attention. . v 95 Acres , v s, of good lnnd on Bull Crook, near John JVhl'j, with improvements. $ln. HARDINSBURG, COLLEGE, : : KY. - CENTRE 97 Acres road. ' S " "UJl"i V, U., Danvllic, ftcntucky. A Buoklen's Arnica Salvo. of good land, very well improved, Tho near Qloverport, on tho Patosvillo bruises, best salvo in llio world for cuts, sores, ulcers, snlt riioum, fover Robert Nicholas, 60 Acres . first-clas- with improvements in Hancock county, two miles from Clovcrport, Announcement 0? the Irvington Millon tho. Patesvillo road. ing Company. Tho undersigned having purchased n Tcnhs reasonable. interest in tho Irvington Wills, Must sell solicit tho patronago nlrendy given to to pay debts. Call and boo mo. Uoyd Bros., to which wo will give our two-thir- d sores, tettor. chapped hands, chilblains, VETERINARY BURGEON corns, and skin eruptions, and positively Can cure any dljeuse to which tho hor' cures Tiles, or no pay required. It is or cow U luhject to. Satiifaotlon guarantor guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico 25 cents per In every case. Office In Short 4 Haync box For Kilo by G. "W. Short, Clover- Drug itore. port, Ky., nnd J. A. "Witt, Hnrdinshurg, LAND FOR SALE. Thl farm Ilea In Breckenridge county, on the head water, Long Llek and oni-hamile from the L. ?r Jc ?, ralload, unJ l wtll II. niproml Will jell ai a whole or divide In traeti to (alt purchawj, For further nddreii ,1 s W. W. LEWIS, y1m OwBCiDoroKy. lf , f; fraize, OLOVERPOitTj K Y porsonal nttoution and guarantee satisfaction. Mr. J. P. Boyd still retains his interest in tho mill. medicine. Oct tho gcnuluo, W.J.Hrgott, K. 31. Jolly. It will pay you to go and" secure mil agency on Davis Quiltcr, of W. E. Spots-woo- d & Co., Unnlimbmx, Ky. a -- , SJS' $Rss jsinttoys Both tho method and results when oarac? Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant nnd refreshing to tiiotnato, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowols, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers nnd euros habitual constipation. Syrup e' ''gsistho only remedy of its lciuu eve'r produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stonlnch, prompt in its action nnd truly beneficial in its effects, prepared.only front tho most healthy and ngrceaolo substances, many excellent qualities d it to all nnd have mode it tho most ponulo- - cmcdy known. for salo in 50c Syrup of Fic and gl bottles by all leading druggists. Any refinl.lo drug:?st who may not havo.it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. onm-meu- BftrVl wsmif Davis QniUor. All kinds of walcheH at Short & Ilaynes. ' , j(VJf VwRFRMMH f. .IJS t I ?r- -JZJ& 'its j SAN FRAUOISC h CAL. LOUISVILLE, Kr. NEW YORK, fl.Y. Dr, J. M, Clayton, Physician Office Surgeon. in Dr. llVuVsoM stand up tlairs. CLOVERPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician & Surgeon, K. door&vSotnKyleo Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, LOCAL 1891 BREVITIES. Davis Quilter. J, P. Barry went to Ekron Monday. Robt. Batt is very sick with typhoid fovcr. Mr. Alf. Hcnnen passed up on tho train Monday. Vm. Vest & Sons had a very fine mare to die Sunday night. Mr. Henry Moorman, of near Harned, was in town Saturday. Mrs. G. V. Short went to Russcllvillo' Monday to visit her father. Stop in at Short & Ilaynes' drug btoro and see. their line of jewelry. 'Fquiro Jarrclt, of Stcphensport, was hero last week on legal business. Robt. McCJlothlan is very low with typhoid fever at his homo in Irvington. Dr. H. K. Pusoy has been appointed Asy-- . , Superintendent of tho Anchorage lum. Miss Graco McClung, of Greenville, Imp, is visiting her cousin, Sirs. B. T. .- 1 RalTerty. Mrs. Tlios Bates, Tar Fork, returned from a visit to relatives in Daviess county Monday. . Messrs. 15. J. Reese, of Brandenburg, and Jas. Snyder, of Bcwcleyvlllo, wero in tho city yesterday. F, N. D'Huy has bought tho vacant lot next to tho city hall and will build a cottago on it at onco. Taylor Murphy,' wifo and children wero visiting his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Mufpbyj Sunday. Mr. Franklin Ditto, Sr., of Brandenburg, spent Sunday in town tho guest of his daughter, Mre. Jno. D. Babbago. ' Miss Katio Bowmer and Nannio Murray, who have been visiting Miss Ncllio Burks, of Holt, liavo returned homo. M. II. Beard, Cashier of tho Bank of - Ilardinsburg, was at tho Cloverport Hotel Saturday, enroutc to Louisville. Tho lig for tho citizens gas well is up and tho bit will bo going down in a few . days. Taylor Ilaynes has tho contract. Mrs. W, II. Bowmer and daughter, Miss Bcttio, went to Lo'uisvillo Monday. Miss Bcttio goes to enter Miss Hampton's school. . Mr. John P. Haswcll, ono of tho best in tho stato, passed through hero Wednesday on his tour of inspection. Miss Settio Morton nnd Lutbor Morton, of Rockvalp, wore in' tho city Saturday accompained by their father, Mr. Scott Morton. At Knottsvillo Sunday night Dayid Geddcs cut Arthur Boll's heart open with a knifo killing him instantly. Whisky was tho causo of it. Col. Sam. Brown, of Ilawesvillo, wont to Iioulavlllo Sunday to meet his daughter, MUs Ada, who returned from a six month's tour of Europe. David A. Powers and Miss Efllb Dun can, who wero somotimo ago divorced, wero reunited in marriage last Monday at Ilawesvillo. Thoy went to Rochester Butler county, whero Mr. Powers is in business with Ida brother. Tho Louisyillo Post says, it is not yot cortain that Miss Sallio Matthews will accopt tho appointment of at this place, She already has n good( position in tho Custom House, and has not fully mado up her mind to glvo it post-maste- rs f post-mistre- Tho second gas well is going down at thy brick plant. Mrs. A. S. English has returned from Tennessee. Miss Addio Ditto is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. D. Babbago. , Born, Sept. 11th, to the wife, ofJ. G. Harris, a 13 pound boy. Misi Dupont, of Louisville, istho guest of Miss Holt, of Holt, Ky. Clover leaf brand bono meal, purest mado. Gregory & Co., Agts. For building material of all kinds, red-a- r post, etc. Sco Gregory & Co. Goo. Jordan and family have moved back to town from tho Tar Springs. Rev. W. C, Brandon and family aro attending Conlcrcnco at Cadlztlds week. Dr. C. E. ,Cox and wifo, Cannelton, Ind., wero visiting relatives hero last week. Miss Ncllio Burks is visiting Misses Katherino Bowmer and Nancy Murray this week. Miss Maggio Farber spent several days in Tobinsport, tho guest of Misses Lydia and Jaslo Polk. Wo can soil you anything you need in watches, clocks and jowclry, everthing Warranted. Short & Ilaynes. Mrs. Geo. Askins, Tar Fork, returned last week from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Mary Manion, Henderson. A most delightful ontcrtainmei.it, was given by Miss Ncllio Burks at her home, "Stevilla," last Monday evening. Mrs. Mary E.McAdams, wifo of Eugono P. Mc Adams, died at her homo in Owens boro last Saturday night of cancer. Miss Lucy Stracflbr after several days visit to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Jordan returned to her homo in Louisville yesterday. Geo. Dean was at homo Sunday from Waddy, Ky., where ho has a good position on tho Louisville Southern R. R. under Mr. Satterwlnte. Tho contractor for tho Acmo Brick plant was hero last week looking ovci the grounds. Ho bays ho will bo ready to go to work within tho next ten days. Dr. J. P. Barnum was in tho city yesterday in the interest of his soda ash plant Ho was looking out a sito for the plant. Ho says a new deal has been mado, which places the company in good sliapo for business. Tho Baptist church of this city appointed tho following messengers to the Goshen Association, which meets at : Hardinsburg-to-da- y Rov. AV. K. Pen-roF. N. D'Huy, A. L. Oclze,' D. Ilam- bleton and Orvillo Gregory. Eugeno Vest and his mother returned from a week's visit to Cincinnati Sunday. Rev. W, K. Penrod's Heport as PasEugeno says, Cincinnati is a Jive city, full tor. of business and a splendid market for Rov. W. K. Ponrod, pastor of tho Bapbargains in his lino of goods. Ho of tist church of this city, mado tho followcourso secured tho best thcro was for his ing report to his congregation last Sungrowing trado in this city. day night. It is nn excellent report and Capt. Burkett has tho contract for put- shows that both tho pastor and members ting tho third story on S. L. Sulzer's store havo not been asleep during tho year. houso. Tho material is being put on Total membership at tho beginning of tho ground and tho work will go ahead tho Association year, 103. Incrcaso by at once. Mr. Sulzcr shows his faith in Baptism, 12. Decreaso by letter 4, by tho futuro of this town by his works. deaths 2. Total increase 18. Tho coming cvont for tho pleasure Sunday School. seekers in this section is tho great and Number of officers and teachers ' 20 only Owensboro fair. , Everybody expects " pupils enrolled - " " 200 to go and aro anxiously awaiting tho Avciago attendance 130 time to como. This section always sends Total amount contributed $175.00 a big delegation and from tho amount of Church Contiuiiutioxh. interest manifested now tho crowd will Pastor's salary 100.00 bo larger this year than over. Homo Sunday school expenses 14 1.00 M. Pierce, of LouisMr. and Mrs. E. General Mission fund , 44.."4 ville, arrived in New York Saturday on Orphan's Homo y 20.00 their return from Paris and other Euro- 175.00 pean points, after an absence of about Miscellaneous six weeks. Thoy report having had a Total contributions; $783.34 pleasant business trip, except a very P.stoiiai, Wonic. . rough return voyage. Thoy will reach Pastoral visits 1024 homo y 3 Funeral sermons ' Prof. Do Forrest Van Llyod, of Pitts- Sermons ' 50 burg, will open a class in penmanship Prayer meeting talks 48 horo next Friday night in tho High Sunday school addresses 14 school building. IIo comes well recomMurray Piorco, in n letter to his father mended, and exhibits specimens of improvement from his class in Brandenfrom Now York, says, " Vo have just arburg that aro marvelous. His rates are rived by Steamer Elba from London, very reasonable, only SI for a completo after tho roughest voyago I havo yet had in crossing tho ocean, nnd such as I do courso of 12 lessons. not wish to experience again. It was Tho annual meeting of tho stockholders of tho Louisvillo, St. Louis & Texas altogether too exciting." Railway Company will bo hold in tho Sarah Bernhardt will bo seen nt tho ofllco of tho company at Louisville, Sopt. Auditorium, Xuisvillo, October 10th 23. It is gratifying to all concerned to nnd 20th, in Sardou's master pieces, La know that tho business of this company Tosca and Fedora. This will bo an is constantly increasing, and if it keeps ovent which should not bo missed by all up in tho futuro as in tho past it will bo who appreciate truo art. In seeing tho one of tho best paying roads running ingreatest living actress in theso productto Louisvillo. Last month was tho banions will bo a treat that is seldom prener month,tho gross earnings ol tho main sented. lino alorio amounting to $44,000. Thoro aro fow better managed roads in tho McElree's Wine of Cardul couptry than tho "Texas," and tho ofllc-or- s from tho Prcsidont down know their and THEDfORD'S aro business. Thoy aro'ono and all a clover for salo by tho following merchants in sot of gentlemen and merit tho success Brookenrldge County : Jesse W, Open, Cloreroort, thoy aro having. , d, " to-daT Tho rost-Oflic- o Flurry. Tho excitement and Hurry over Iho recent change in the post-olllrin this city has about subsided. Miss Hcnly has had only ono cry over tho matter which was perfectly natural under tho circumstances, coming ns it did so suddenly and without warning from any (piarter. Sho hates to give the place up, as jWould any of us, after holding it bo long. But sho is not pouting nortearlng her hair, but is putting her houso in older and will yield up tho honors to tho new incumbent as gracefully and, pleasantly as though nothing had happened. Miss Honly has held tho odlro much longer than sho had a right to expect, being an appointoo of Mr. Cleveland's administration. Sho feels very grateful to her Republican friends who havo stood by her bo faithfully, and it is to thorn, probably, mora than to nny other Influence, that sho lias been allowed to remain, not In peaceful possession, for sho has had a light all along tho line, to 'keep it. Miss Honly has made a good ofllcial. Not a word of reproach can bo brought against her as to tho Conduct of tho business. Tho ofllclnls so far as tho Nkws knows givo her a good record and havo found no fault with her way of conducting tho business. Sho leaves tho ofllco with a clean record and ono that hor friends aro 'all proud of. Tho removal was purely political and was bound to como about to satisfy a certain political clement. Whether it has done this tho beqtiel will tell. From tho present outlook there is still as much dissatisfaction among tho Republicans as there was before the removal, and if tho change was mado in Order to secuio n solid delegation from this county for Mr. Harrison, a big niistako has been made. Tho local politicians, tho men that do tho ork, aro not satisfied. They wanted a man for tho place. A man with a record, and one who would bo ablo to carry witli him a respectablo element of his party. Tho home politicians wanted to bo recognized. If thcro is any pio to bo given out, they, tho voters and workers in tho party should bo rewarded. This seems to bo tho feeling among them, and thcro is a deal of mouthing. They recognizo in Miss Matthows bo far as conducting tho business is con cerned, a good appointment. Sho is fully, competent to run tho ofllco, but sho is not their choice. Her appointment carries with it no political weight, and while removing ono good woman, thoy desired more than merely to get another good woman. As far as tho Nnws is concerned it is not our funeral. Wo wish for tho public interest a good ofllcial to lick stamps, and wo aro content. Henry Winter, Wm, J Winter. John M Bornlracycr. Medium-Weig- ht Clothing. bctweon-wcights.- " For Fall wear, wo made up a big lot of " who are not ready for a heavy Thoro are many gentlemen Winter Suit until tho snow is on the ground. For'such wo havo just what thoy want. Some peoplo wear the samo weight all through the Winter, with a comfortahlo Overcoat to protect them Wo made up tho most comagainst tho storms of tho season. pleto stock of Fall and Winter Clothing for Men, Boys and Children, and hayo mado tho prices low enough, in fact lower, than thoy ought to bo ; but, believing in quick sales and moderate profits, wo shall be satisfied in knowing that our customers are satisfied. Don't fail to sec our Fall Overcoats. i OU ARE WANTING r Vi A NEW FALL i. . Sill f . i T f P it .'''ti , 't'- - And haven't decided where to get it. 1 Decide at once and come to JULIUS -- WINTER & CO., Sr'- - 6011 Reliable" Clotliiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Zy. H wui -- SULZER TORE Where yon will find just what you want, liili.llfli.fl BUSS llllKllllPWLOUISVILLE, KY. lFlfTfTlfa & STRATTOH Thorough, Practical Instruction. Graduates assisted to positions. Catalogue free. Write to COLLEGE, We have just, received a nice lineof in -- BSf &i9 .rv."" J : v "Aiat waiii es. CLOCKS AND 'u and at prices to please'',, TT.r 1. . $ ! "sS'TSfrsJwAyar w JEWELRY! i - - Which we will sell at bargains. Remember everything wo sell wo will guarantee to bo as represented. Wo also havo a splendid lino of Prof. Hawks' and other famous brands of We make a specialty of good Goods. Those who patronize us will save monoy. SHORT & HAYNES, COME AND SEE US. GET THE BEST. W' CLOVERPORT, KY. Tho Best is good enough for this discriminating' child. The Best is good enough for the man who respects himself and loves his family. ' Such a man always wants tho Best Groceries, and huys them of I3 i mako Do not miss the Grand HARDINSBURG, KY. cnio AT Oscar Burch, 1 JEi,. knowing that ho always keeps tho Best that tho market affords and retails them proper prices. e. :Mioo:E:i.A.:rr, at H V - '7. ' ' '' ' '$ ' : V Saturday, Sept. 26th, 1891, For tho benefit of An Open Letter. J,- - fi.'V v?a L , ST.ROMAULD'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Office of Everything will bo prepared in tho way of amusements that will it a pleasant day for all. An olegant t t - Dinner for 25 Cents Will bo served on tho grounds. Tho ladies will do their best to plgaso tho host, Music by Elder's String Band and tho Mechanics' String Band. John Hobon, John Ilcllley, Lon. Jnrboo. B. F. BEARD & CO., DEALERS IN 4 SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH isiifttigife THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Aro tho rosult ot years of Bclontlfla oxpor- lmentlnp, and aro now placed, owing to Uiolrsuporlority, preeminently nbovoovory thine horotoforo produced In this lino. 'XhnynronoknowlodBOd.oyoxports to bo Iho flnost nnd most ponootly constructed Loiibos KNOWN, and aro pooullarly adapted to correcting tho various visual Imporfoo-tlon- s, A trial of tho K0H1NOOR will oorrvlnoa you tiioy nro PERFECT SIGHT RENEWERS. Ever; Pair Warranted. O. W. Short, Covorport. Death of Miss Lottie Stuart. Miss Lettio Stuart died at Ashoville, N. C, and was brought to her home at OwenBboro and interred in Elmwood comotory on Monday last. Sho fell a victim to consumption n year ago. Sho was takon to Ashovillo by her parents, in tho vain hope that a chango of climate might Bavo hor. Miss Lettio was beloved by all who knew her. Her aweotness of disposition, hor accomplishments of mind and person and tlio knowledge thathor frail casket could not long contain hor spirit excited tho tondorest regard in tho bosoms of" hor frfends, who felt sho was a dolicato flower havipg but a littlo spaco to bloom ' here. Sho was tho daughter of Judgo James and Mary Falrlolgh Stuart, who havo wide spread sympathy in their bcreav-mou- t. II rash ear & Lay, Stenhemport. Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, For 5alo by A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician Proscriptions Bocelve Careful Attention. OLOVmiPOKT, KY, J. J, Seven, Uoinn Star. BfpSgfH l'tiyNlcliiitH Budajihulli:, Hamilton Notice of.lncorporation. Know all tnon, that A. M, IC.aey, F. Frnlte, John A. Horry, O. P. Sawyor, T. F. Sawyer, 8. L, Suiter, J. 0. Nolto, Chun. 0. Martin, A. A. Lallclat, R. II. Moremon, W. O. Allen, It. T. Polk and A. R. Fisher, have thl day thcmsolvo together as a body politic and corporate under the corporate natno of Homo Supply Oat Company, with the follow Said Company lug enrporato powr, ball hare perpetual 8ticcenlon,may ma and be ued by Its corporate nainej shall have a corporate teal and may alter the same at pleasure, may mako oontracti, acquire and transfer property, real and penonal, poisoning tho same powers In such respects as prlvato individuals and make now enjoy, may establish rules and regulation' deemed expedient for the management of their affairs not Inconsistent with the Constitution or laws of this Stato or of the United States. The nature of the bustsoss of said company shall be to acquire by purchase or lease the ueaostary real estate for the purposes hereinafter mentioned, to bore and drill for transport, natural gai and oil and to sell the same upon tho vote of tho majority of the ospltal stock of the Company, but, excopt upon tho authority of tho capital stock of the Company, no gasbf tho said Company shall be used by the stockholders not disposed of only for the domestic use of the stockholders, nor shall any stockholder dlsposo of his stock to any one except (hat the gas shall be for the domestto t: by-la- use of the vendee, tho object of this Company being only to furnish gai for tho domestlo uso of the stockholders In their homes and places of business, and not for the purpose of running mills or any machinery, or for any purpose other than domestlo uso. The capital stock of said Company shall be three thousand dollars, to be divided Into sixty shares of fifty dollars each. Tho shares nnd Interests of tho stockholders shall bo transferable, but only on the books of the Company, In such manner as shall be proscribed by tho of tho Company. Tho privato property of the stockholders shall be exempt from tho corporato debts. The principal placo for tho transacting of tho business of tho Company shall bo Cloverport, Dreckenridge county, Ky. The capital stock shall be nonassessable and may ue torn ai or neiow par, as ueemeu teat by said Company, and shall bo paid up stock when issued by tho Company. Said capital stock shall be paid for on calj of tho Incorporators or directors In such manner as they shall doom best. The Incorporators heroin named, or such of them as may be chosen at the first meeting of tho stockholders to be directors, togothcr with such persons as they may asso lute with themselves, shall be the directors for the first year after the organisation pf the tympany, and until tho successors as directors are elected and qualiby-la- General Merchandise: 14, 189L Hardinsbubg, Ky., Sept. Editor News, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir : Our Opening this week will display to the public the largest line of General Merchandise ever exhibited before the people of our community. Remember we can furnish you anything used in your home, and at prices that r smile at competition. , . ' fied. Couldn't Cure. X good. up- -. Any information desired as to tho $200 per month guaranteed to good Bonhaidt engagement can bo obtained Valaablo Call on or I" p-- A, DljeuKOHMtit Book loen Nervous from Mr. James B. Camp, Business Man-ngo- r, agonts to sell Davis Quilter. ujaddreM, free L sUo obtain writo to W. E. Spotswopd fc Co., Ilar- LUL '""'' loor patients can plmrije. I RI 422 th, Avenue, Auditorium or I 11m Li till medicine free of Tills remedr baa been jpreDared by the Iteveread address 1 0, Box 03, Louisville. Tho dinsburg, Ky.' Paeter Koenbr. ot tort Wimie, ind stnee iMi. saa now prepared under bin lUreoUon by the salo of Benson, tickets has boon vory largo BROWNS IRON BITTERS and thoro is every reason to beliovo that Cure Indignation, BlUouauesa, Dyspepsia, Mala. KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. not' many 'wlll'be unsold at tho oponing ll. NmouMwa. and Oeoe-ra- l Debility. Pbyrt SeWbDrnmrUaatSlprBt, flfcrM, eiatw recommend it. All dealer sell It. Genuine Qpf the singl sale, October 5th" bus u4e mark and stoned red Uaet on wrapie 1 DKNN1H WALSH. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 8, uo. Used Pastor Koenlg's Norvo Tonlo for uorv-ouftie- ss and general debility, and waa greatly benefited by aaina, It bad the desired effect. MltB. GEO. K. QUUUN. eured 1110 entirely, alter physlclana hod tried unaucceHifully (or S mouths to relieve me of uervoua debility. W.UUENNEi'EU). Unionvillk, Mo., January, 19J1. I can sincerely gay that FaetorKooclg's Nerve, Tonlo has acted wonderful; sluoo my boy commenced, to ueo It he has not bad the nl&utost lymiitoms of flti and la getting stout and benrty i evory one Is surprised at tho rosult. because I hod bought eight bottles of medicines fiom Now York at Sl.uO per hottlo which did no Co., Ohio, Juno, 183'J, Olio bottle ot 1'astor Koontu'i Nerve Tonlo Said corporation shall commence on the filing of these articles for record In the Ilreck enrldge County Clerk's ofllco and shall years from said date, in twenly-fiv- o The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which said corporation shall at any time subject Itself shall not exceed one thouThe officers of said corporation sand dollars. on and by whom Its affairs shall ho conducted shall bo not less thiin fivo nor more tbnn soven. to B. F. Beard & Co. " "a Directors who shall of their number at their first meeting elect a l'reildent, Vioe President and Treasurer. They may alio elect or appoint such persons as they select Manager, Secretary and for such other positions as shall bo deemed best for the purposes and Intorosts fit the Company. Sulzer's Tailoring Department. In witness whereof tho parties heroin mentioned affix their signatures, this (25th) day Mr. J. II. llunscho, tho Fproman of of August, 1891, our Tailoring Dopartmont will visit CloA, M, Kasey, 8. L. Sulser, Per H. verport, oyery Friday of each week. Ho J. O. Nolle, will carry with him a full lino oJ Samples It, T. Pulk, O. P Sawyer, representing our Stock of Tloco Goods, T. F, Sawyer, : ", which comprises all tho desirablo Stamp Chas. 0. Marlln anl nnd FancyStyJes introduced this seaV. Fraisei . John. A. Harry, son. Ho will bo pleased to1 meet you nt ' K. II. 'Moremen, nbovo placo and dato and re'eoivq your w, o. Alien, order. 'Respectfully, A. A, La Heist, A. K, Fisher. S, L, SuLxax. O J '' Valuable Timber Land. For Sale 150 or 200 'acre of lino tlsaW land, within or a ptation, on the Lou1sy11I, St. Lout A Railway. For partiwilars writ the smUt- signed at Ualdn Star, Ky. WM. MILKER, ono-four- mtlofSita T Txa Davis Quilter, , r, WV, -- . m. KV MJMAIL ORDERS !,! ft hi tf r f. ( . Overfeeding1 Hogs. Many seem to think that a hog cannot bd overfed and that it makes no differ ence if they do leave n lot of feed at ono meal they will como back and cat it up when they aro hungry, so that thero is ! nothing wasted after all, says a writer in tho Swineherd. But it is easily possible Tl., to go to tho other oxtremo to either feed too little, bo as not to secure n steady gain, or to feed to much and bo increase Solicited for tho tho cost ns to mntorinlly lesson tho profits ' Feeding too littlo is a loss, whilo feeding ' too much is n waste. A good as well ns economical plan is to feed regularly at stated times and then feed whon fattening all they can cat up clean. They will keep healthier nnd thrivo better than is unlauiul- - U possible by keeping feed bcloro them nil tXKf you want a s cred white shirt, and one that is tho time. It is what tho animals digest, in every way a perfect fit, send us not what they cat, that determines tho j .)$!, nnd tho sizo wanted, and we gain in proportion to tho amount of food supplied. Feed left over is, to say tho j will on tho receipt of tho SI send juu u uiuri pusv jmm. least, distasteful to n hog, whilo if slop is soaked before feeding it will ferment and If tlio nlilrf. in rint. no rnnrnunnfml get sour to more or less extent. Tho yon are at liberty to return it, and hog, .whether growing or fattening, your money will bo refunded. should relish his food to derive the most "Wo havo them in nil' sizes benefit from it. And they will hardly 14, 14J, 15, 15, 10, 103, 17. do this if they cat what they want, go j nway nnd leavo it, and then nro obliged A fino lino of Fall nnd. Winter to como back and finish it up. Underwear just received. This is, not ccnomical feeding, and JNO. 0. BADBAGE, when the margin of the profit is small, as it is this year, tho wasto in feeding OENTS FURNISHINGS this way will greatly, if not entirely cut i of tho possiblo profit. It is an important Clovorport, Ky. item at all times to feed stock well, and b"'lft E. C. BABBACE, Manager. fattening stock should havo all they will oat clean, and be supplied with a good ri' variety, in order to secure ns good a growth as possible, but beyond this it is J unprofitable to go. Provide good tight n ? troughs for feeding slops and soft food of ?i 9 every kind, and generaly it will pay to provide tight floors for feeding grain, so that it can be kept clean and frco from waste. Jo ration can bo made that may by any means bo considered applicablo under all conditions. Generally tho ration must be determined with each lot WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1891. of hogs on every farm, and tho careful breeder should know tho amount that A CLOVERPORT WOMAN. should bo given with more certainty than nny ono else. But whether hogs Sho Sees and Hears to aro fed in a close pen or inn good pasture they should bo fed liberally, but withWrite About. out waste. Danvillo Advocate. It is time for tho pulpit nnd press to speak out against mob law and tho looso A Duty to Yourself. and reckless administration of our State It is surprising thnt people will use a and city laws. Dr. Hemphill, of Louis-vill- o common ordinary pill when they can has preached a very powerful nnd secure a valuablo English ono for tho beautiful Bormon upon tho tho subject, same money. Dr. Acker's English pills nnd his cxamplo should bo followed by aro n positive euro for and the ministers everywhere, in order that all liver troubles. Thoy nro small, sweet, every man, womnn and child could hear easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by and realize tho injustice perpetrated by G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., nnd Witt mob law. Give old Justice & Mcador, Hardinsbnrg, Ky. a chance to wipe tho tears of shame from her eyes. SMILES. Tlio office that seeks the man is genTho Executive Mansion will now bo erally the police office. Puck. gay and giddy, nnd socially we predict The drinking man thinks with Longthe Administration to excel that of any fellow "Life is reol." Columbus Post. other, for in the Governor's charming A friend in need is a friend who gencirclo are three healtiful grown daughters. erally strikes you for a quarter. Texas Other Govornors were wot so fortunate in this respect, and, of course, this naturally Sittings. You never tried Do Witt's Littlo Early scored to make their administrations less prominent and attractive than they Risers for constipation, biliiousness, sick would havo been. However, its halls headache or you would not have theso will resound with no merrier or happier diseases. Sold by G. W. Short. music than tho laughter of our dear LitGamo poachers will also poach eggs tle Uoliver, now retired. Long life to when they get a chance. Now Orleans lad! the bonny, bright-eyePicayune. Modest: No, wearing a sash doesn't ColumGov. Brown is tho' first to serve under indicate pains in tho stomach. bus Post. the new Constitution. The old one lastAll the babies born without socks in ed forty years. Under it nine Governors Kansas should bo named Jerry Simpson. weio elected and served out their terms. Arkansas Gazette. Of these, four survive Ruckner, Knott, McCreary and Leslie. DoWilt's Sarsaparilla cleanses tho blood, increases tho appetite and tones up tho system. It has benefitted many Thero is much to commend in these people who havo suffered from blood Governors, living and dead, disorders. It will help you. Sold by G. to arouse admiration for tho time covered W. Short. by their administration embraced tho Tho farmer who hides his light under darkest period of Kentucky's and the a bushel incurs the risk of needing a nation's history. Lowcl Mail. new bam. . t A Western farmer recently thrashed Three chceis for our noblo "country 1,200 bushels of wheat and two tramps in boy," Jack Gross, and wo do hope ho got ono day. Boston Bulletin. his Pennyroyal bouquet. Wo could have Sorao men would think thoy were furnished him one much cheaper from cheated if they had mumps lighter than old llrcckcnridgc. their neighbors. Troy Press. "Avoid tho very appearance of evil" Thero is a diflercnco between n colored does not mean that you must cover up Dallas (Tex.) Nows. mnn and a "coon." Tho former is hon- your lascality. est, industrious and 'respected by black man never knows until nftcr ho has A and white. Tho latter is n worthless, married a woman what sacrifices sho had lazy rascal, who would rather steal than mado in marrying him. Atchison work, and doesn't care what people think Globe. of him. It is the "coons" who reflect We cannot afford to deceivo you. Confidiscredit upon tho colored people, and dence is begotten by honesty. Do Witt's tho sooner we get rid of them, tho bettor Littlo Early Risers aro pills that will for tho higher class of colored people in curb constipation and sick headache. tho town genorally. Away with the Sold by G. W. Short. "coon!" A man no sooner gets old enough to . know how to talk well than ho also To bco how tho ladies throng a church learns tho value of not talking at all. to witness a marringo ceremony argues The Mocker. moro interest in n wedding than tho "A maiden fair to sea," is what tho of a soul. young man remarked when lie met his affinity on an ocean voyage. Yonkcrs We wish to inform tho people, thoso Statesman, interested in Clovorport, that our KinderA man with a wooden leg ought to be garten is not a failure; because the a success ns a political orator, as ho is "Henn" has gono nnd chosen another always going on the stump. Baltimore nest nnd tho cackling lulled to some ex- American, tent, is no ronson why another bird can Ono of tho greatest testa of good not bo found to hover over our littlo is tho quantity of sympathy a man brood. can stand without 'losing his temper. . . , Washington Star. Alas! for our City Council, that they Never disturb a contomplatlvo man. love hogs. Two old sows with twenty It is novcr safo to approach too near n pigs, on tho corner in tlio West End, train of thought when it is in motion. camovery near causing a horso to run Richmond Recorder. away with a buggy, containing several Don't suffer your children to suffer children. with n cough, when "O. 0. 0. Certain Cough Cure" cures all cough nnd croup on the sufferers. Such nuisances as For subscription wo take foddor, shucks streets should bo wiped out of existence. No other city or town would allow it. or anything. We'll give you tho paper Shame on a town that has good laws three months for n littlo elephant. Quito a Tennvillo (Ga.) Error. nnd will not onforco them! number of,people havo lost their gardens Thousands and tons of thousands of completely and entirely fattening theso bottles of "O. O. 0. Certain Chill Cure' .tcrriblo hogs. Don't say "kcop your aro sold yearly nnd tho pcoplo nro congntes Bhutl" That tho hogs do not stantly clamorine for moro. Tlmv knnu- They nro' "educated," nnd can n good tiling when they try if Sold by Short & Hayncs. open if gate as well as a boy. THE CON. CON. Fkkk 1'abseh Don't Go. Wo tender to tho tncmbera of tho Con. Con. assurances of our most distinguished consideration nnd sincere sympathy in this hour of their painful bereavement. Wo learn thnt their frco passes aro no longor recognized by railroad conductors, and that they havo to pay their faro aa do ordinary mortals. Wo mourn with our friends. Frankfort Capital. TllKV IlAVK A Daviess.-- . County . FllgJ ElIsdZDPHE!wl - I AT OWENSBORO, KY., COMMENCES itm at " I3l BlOHT TO S.MII.E. OCTOBER OFFICERS Dr. C, H, TODD, President. A, C. I i : 6th, WA1KIE Tminm, J, W, GARTER; Secretary. m V. ll fjiB!rA'aV.aiijfoiLYiilii m !MHAM0I first-clas- i " The delegates seem to ,bo very well pleased with themselves, and thoy havo the right to bo. The people of Kcnutcky have so much confidenco in thorn that thoy accoptcd their work by an iinmonso majority without having inspected it. The immortals havo a full, free right to Frankfort Capital. smile. TiinnK is no Time ron DitiiA-rnTho Committco on Revision has agreed to striko from tho Constitution tho local option section, which, according to many docs not local option. Tho debato on tho report of tho committee, and especially on the point indicated, threatens to bo long drawn out, and tlio Journal desires to call tho attention of the convention to tho fact that tlio time for the assembling of the Legislature is rapidly approaching, and thero isn't rooih in Frankfort for both bodies. Stanford Interior Journal. The Bin Majority Not an Indorsement . And Continues Five Days. : PHIL. T. mHS, Vice President. X' PREMIUMS." nHxri? Premiums thin nro year prndlcnlly tlio pamo ns Infityonr, which assures a e AxLJSiintuntonniico of tho high standard of Excollont Exhibitions in tho of Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. nmj.hl-theatr- IT IS THE BEST! Because positive Force Food'. ' ".. 'V.It'Js the only. ono inndo tliiit is"a,jFdrco, Feed. all guess work; . ..'.-vV It'is guaranteed to sow all kinds phosphate. It is ii . s - FLORAL HALL. possiblo the idea of an Tmis tuo desire of tbo Fair Company to approach as nearns to tho premiums onor-c-d exposition in tho Floral Hall Department. In addition - of Junketing. Tho Constitutional Convention is confirming tho truth of the old ndage that success is harder than failure-- to bear with composure. Prido cometh before a fall, and ho that cxalteth himself shall bo humbled. That 140,000 majority was not an endorsement of junketing on frco passes and taking tho per diem to defray incidental cxpencscs. Louisvillo Times. Opponents "Not Far The Mfcit-AnusE- n I on all products of tbo Farm, Garden nnd Handiwork of tho Housewife, Artist and Seamstress, liberal inducements nro given to exhibitors of Musical Instruments, Sowing Machines, Elegant and Costly Merchant's Display, Try Our ., ' ? ' vr GfcrJJ Celebrated Cleveland HENSLEY ;IT if" v Dryer Fertilisers. . - SPEED RING-S- . Breckenridge News. Wrong. " sick-headac- Most of tho alterations to tho Constitution suggested by tho revisory committee aro good ones, and if adopted will make the instrument far less objectionable. The changes now proposed chiefly embrace tho objections urged during recent canvass by tho opponents of tho addition to the usual display of Machinery, Stoves and Utensil of tbo'liUBhand ry, Carriages, Wngons and Vehicles of nil kinds, ample steam power will b New Constitution, and a disposition to J--thus nlUir their work is nn ndmission by furnished to make a proper display of every kind of Machinery. optho delegates that the much-abuse- d ponents were not so wrong nnd unreasonable as was represented. Tho chief ' trouble now is that so many changes will probably be mndd that tho ConstiAdults 25c j Children 0 years and under 15 years of jigo, 15c ; Children under will bo much unlike what tho C years, FREE ; All vehicles and nnimals, FREE ; Admission to Grand Stand 10c tution pcoplo voted for. Owensboro MessenFirst day, ladies andchildren under 15 years, FREE. For further particulars 'seo ger. largo posters and premium lists. Charges ok the Opposition Well proper restrictions Speed RinRS.aro acknowledge as a legitimate to Fairs, tho prizes offered being a matter of importance to, thefanning class, as it stimulates tho breeding of bettor stock. Tho racing.as hereentofore, will bo honest and under tho supervision of competent judge's, who will fair contests and award tho prizes only to those force discipline, nnd exact clear and who honestly win. & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, HARDINSBORG, KY. ! llfaoHANIOAL. HEUE WE AHE AGAIN Furniture in endless varie-t- y. Ttt I am now ' ADMISSION. 5 back at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of Founded. J". W. CARTER, Secretary. ! the public. down-trodde- n It was charged during tho campaign that, under the now Constitution, local option laws could not bo passed, becauso of tho prohibition of local legislation. The framers hooted at tho idea, but all tho Bame, they seo now that tho charge was woll mado and are endeavoring to admit the local prohibition of tho liquor traffic where it is desired. Stanford In- OUR. GREAT Reduction Sale Ai His Rooms Crowded. Everybody Satisfied, and Many Praise Him. FURNITURE, Honest Go&ds. UNDERTAKER. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. i4. W . MJA41 ! terior Journal. BRANDENBURG, KY., A reduction in the pricos of goods thut will ttifluro ii largo reduction In tho slio of our stock. We hnvo moro Spring oods than ro Can't Sleep Nights mm d .. Is the complaint of thousands suffering should havo, nt this season, nnd must morn from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. thorn at any loss. The most dettrabto goods Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English In the houso have been soleotud for the sacriattract these prices Remedy 7 It is tho best preparation fice, and 'at of purchasers. will surelyn partial Here Is large crowds known for all Lung troubles. Sold on n list of our wonderful attractions, and wo positive gunrantcc at 25c. nnd 50o. by G. have thousands of others just like them. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and Witt & CLOTHING. Mcador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. 1 WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE 20 YEARS SOLD ' HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR . ,..,.. wHBmm MiL,. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED PREPARED BY RICHAROSOK-TAYLOR EVERYWHERE! old-scho- tailor for has tho finest grain crop in $10 from our dollars. 22 her history, and thero is a dearth in the $12 for our fine suits, men's and youth's, reduced from $18. great countries of Eu$9 OS fur all suits in corkscrew, worsteds, .to., rope. Had tho Mills bill become a law, reduced from $15. and, were it in operation tho $7 49 for nil suits all wool goods in chovoits, reduced West would bo relieved of that mount- $4 93 for all from $12. for men nnd youths, wool suits Ji ain of mortgage indebtedness under w3j& nice goods, from $8. 49 cents for bluo vAttsBrw.v..v;:;jii:;Ti i ..Jitl!!.;:::? make. cottonado pants hull-dwhich American havo been Ssfcr?"" staggering for years. But, with a tariff protection of 00 per cent., even a big American crop nnd a short European $1 21 for our best calf bropan, 'none such,' D. reduced from $1.00, .98 for a good full crop will afford precious littlo relief. stock brogon, reducod from $1 25. Next year may bo a fat year for Europe $1 49 for men's sewed shoes, in all stylus and slien,- formely $2. and a lean year for America; if so, our And in chargo of the Elcctricnl nnd SurSons A full line of Uuell States will have to set Shoes for men and boys, allk styles celebrated gical Department of and sites the Medical Instis about putting their in or- at greatly reduced prices. tute, Louisville, Ky., will bo at tho $1 24 for ladies' bright Dongola kid Shoos America merchant grain-producin- suits, reduced MED.'CO. STJMSM&. g 'mwUV!''rBSK -- to-da- -. grain-growe- og shoes DR. REA, Celebrated Specialist, CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, - grain-growin- g poor-house- der. Louisvillo Times. .. . nil-tu- ro A hog-raisin- g FOR BAUK BY cents for extra heavy old Kentucky checks and stripes, reduced from 8 Fire and a hulf cents for nice wool finish challles, reduced from seven and a half ots. double width dross 24 cents for alt wool checks, roduced from 49a. "Thanks," said tho guest to tho col- 14 goods, for fine, stripes, Lawns, In stripes, black cents ored man, who had brought- - his soup at checks and grenadino patterns, reduced from 25 and 20 cents. last. "You havo taken a great wait off 10 cts for samo class, reduced from IS cants. my mind." Washington Star. Our entire stock of fino dross goods comHenriottas, all shados. black Tamise Auk my nscnta for W. I.. Douglas Rimes. prising black fine for anle in your pliico If not to hcikI for cajiilogiio, ink your cloths, Satins, Henriettas, Cashmeres, wool denier white and figured nil the French usvuey, and net tlicm far you. Albatros, nnd in fact all our dross goods of NO SUBSTITUTE. &J all kinds go In this great Reduction Sate, See theso goods boforo you buy. It will j.oy you. lyi cents for fine quality sheer plain India Mull, reducod from 12 cents. 9 cents, fine quality India LInon, from 15c. 9 cents, fine quality India Linen, from l&cc Sets, check and striped Muslins, from .16, 7c. for samo, reduced from twelve cents, Sets for a nlco long towol reduced from lUc lOo for mlisei' and ohiUren's black Lisle thread Hose, reduced from twenty five ots. 5o ladles' or gents' Ilandkerchelfs, from lOo. 12Jio fino French Ginghams, roduced from 25, lOo. all now stylo dress Qlnghams, from 15o WHY IS THE So nico dress Qlnghams, reduced from AVo show you a boautlful line of carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Tablo Linens, Towels, Napkins, Linen Throws, fino Smyrna Rugs, THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? at prices which oan not be duplicated any It It a seamteu Uoo, with no tricks or wax thread whero. to hurt tho feoti made ot tho bett flno calf, itrllah nnd euy, and beeaut it trmXe more ihoti of this Ten conts for a good whlto wash Drush. grade than anu oMr manuSctum-- , It equal Ten cents for a UalvanUed Wash bowl. ahoci coating from $ lu) to $3.00. tbo flncat calf Five cents for a large alio' Tin Wash l'an. CR OO (Ion II I no PMm (hoe ovor offered for 3.0U cquali French Ten cents for large hammered brass Walter. Imported thoei which cost from 3Jto .uo. OO ilitnil-NoweWell HIiop, lino calf, Ten cents for galvanized Can. tfA itylUb, comfortable and durable. The beat Ten cents for Tin Milk Lomon Squeeicr. anoo over offered at thla price t aame itrado at custoFivo cents for a large fire Shovel. shoe coating from $0.00 to 9JX. 00 l'ollco HIiodi Farmen, fltallrood Men Five cents for paper of tacks. One lot of nnd Letter Ctrrlenall wear them; Una calf, assorted patterns wall paper, at 3 and 4 oents. leamleai, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, extenDon't forgot tho Qreat lleductlon Sales, sion edge. One pair will wear a year. no shoo fltO 30 fine cnlfione betterwill aver offered at and placo, iaomm this price t trial convlnco thoso who want a shoo for comfort and service. Otn '23 und 83.00 nnd durable. Thoso shoes WorUlnifmnii's p&a aro very strong who have glvon them n trial will wear no other malco. 81.73 school shoes aro BHANUEKBURO, KY. wornbytbeboysoverywberef thesell D,yJ oa their merits, ns tho Increasing sales show. shoo, best I oHIasx QtftOO. Ilnnil-apwc- ii IWngola. very atyilahi equals French Don't storm tho system as you would a Imported shoes costing from $UM to tb.uj. I.ndlca' a,flO. 82.00 nnd 81.73 shoe for fort. If hold by tho enemy, constipation, Hlwcs are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and d urable. C'oulloin-S- ee that W. U Douglas' name and gontly poreundo it to surrender with price are stamped on the Iwttom of each shoe. W. h. DOUULAS, Urockton, Mats. DoWltt'fl Littlo JCarly Risers. Theso litS The savages never havo a doctor, but use certain herbs for all their ailments. Is not this example, though given us by savages, worthy of imitation ? Lightning Blood Elixir is a vegetable blood medi-cin- o and will heal nnd cures scrofulous nnd syphilitic ulcers pimples on fnco and purify tho system. All dealers sell it. Ask to see if bottle. with or without patent tip, In button or in front lace. These are Cne goods, reducod A large stock of ludios' from two dollars. low shoes, all styles, to closo them out, at and below cost. Dry-Good- s Ky Monday, Oct. 12. 91 Ami Ilofurii Every Four WccIin A completo wreck of domestic happiness has ofton resulted from badly washed dishos, from an unclean kitchon, or from trifles which seemed light as air. But by these things a man often- judgos of his wifo's devotion to her family, and charges hor with general noglect whon ho finds her careless in these particulars. Many a homo owes a largo part of its thrifty neatness and its consequent happiness to - Busy .wives who use SAP0LI0 never seem to growoldvTry&ca,ke- Morsgng hoes tfie vOTTiwhe brighter! rgK,. W ".. rucfc fW'&JtXf e !il ),). - more - and Notions Uuritictliu Your. Dr. Itc.i has been connected with the largest hospitals in the country, and has no superior In diagnosing and treating diseases nnd deformities, lie will give f 50 for any case that ha cannot tell the disease nnd where located In five minutes. BAPOHO. 5rGroccr often substitute cheaper Roods for BAPOMO, to make a better profit. Hcnd back such articles, nml Insist on bavins Juvt what you ordercd.-Jift - . Treats all Curnhlo Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acuto and CHHONIC CATARRH, Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, JNoso, Tnroap nnu .Lungs, uyspopsia, Bright's Diseaso, Diabetes, Kidneys. Liver, Bladder, CI ironic Female and Sexual Diseases. vftV I-IrlfAMt- t I.ATK AI.JJXANnnil'S HOTEL, fl THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. Jcflcrson, EPILEPSY A OR FITS " HI I Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. Court-Hous- e, Positive Guarantee. Middle-Age- d .. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. W. R. LOGAN, Manager. Co Young and Men ma-tur- isagSLi S3 SHOE llaml-KCivcU L. DOUGLAS centPemen hand-owe- 12o Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotcncy as the result of self abuse In youth or excess in years and other causes, producing some of the following effects: as emissions, blotches) debility, nervousness, dizziness, confusion of Ideas', aversion to society, defectlvo memory and sexual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for business or marriage, arc permanently cured hy remedies not Injurious. Wa. Oasler. O. II. Pumphhky, IJreckcriridgo CASLER Tolephono 449, Ring 4. Sc PUMPHREY, . PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY,. 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. LOUISVILLE, KY. d d, pta m-made C4 vyi Geo. Yoakel & Co,, Dnusjl baUICS THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LINE. Syplillls and complications, as sore throat, full(L. E. 4 ST. L. U. R.) ing of naif, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc., are perfectly eradicated without using mercury o QUICKEST oilier Injurious drugs. Gannrrohca, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary AND BEST LINE TO and Kidney troubles are speedily cured by treatment that has never failed. He undertakes no Incurable cases, but cures AND ALL POINTS thousands given up to die. Ilcmcinbcr the date and come early, as his South-Wes- t, rooms. lie crowded wherever ho stops. Consultation free. Correspondence solicited and confidential, ADDHRSS, Time-Carin Effect Dec. 16 l d Medicai, & SuitciicAi. Institute, I No. 809 Fourth St., Louisvillp, Ky.' Lv. Louisvillo 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m,4il0 p.m. ...7:25 " Aw St. Louis 7:16 9:50 p.m. Kvansvillo 2:25 " Investigate tholr merits. DoAVitt's For further Information, call on or address, Littlo Early Risers gripo, causo Blood & Skin Diseases SHORTEST, St. Louis, Evansville West and don't BOWMER & HAMBLETON CLOVERPORT' KY. tlo pills nro Wonderful convincors. by G. W. Short. nausea or pain, which account for their popularity. G. W. Sold would not run a drug "storo without . theso littlo pills. ' Short-says-thoy ' ' JOS.S.ODIORNE, qontlTaw. Ag't, bomiville, Ky, " Perfect action nnd perfect health result from tho nso of DoWUt'a Littlo IJnrly Risers, a perfect littlo pill. Sold hy G. ' .. . W. Short.' B.L. BRYANT, TraT. Pasfg'r Ag't, Louisville, IT