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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891092301_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. ttVt. '" Borne FncU Worth Knowing, Tlml tlic NKWS Bdc Into i,sh to rt ltd lv 'amlllt ui--r week It Is tliu constitn 7,500 consumers crs yott mint to rt.uli. 'lulk to tlicm tlirmit;li tluse cotiiuwir. LI Q D W THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVEKPO&T, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1891. Eapid Locomotion. ' fi To Imprere Tnr Bmrhw Stir yourself. Stir your help imr your customer through the acU crtlsin columns of this paper. Don't let up, but keep everlasting at it. vol. xvi. ; NO?; We aro now closing out our lino of w Preparing tho Oyster for Market. Wo have r r Windom, with his name beneath, which in point of lifeliko quality and cllective-ne8- 8 of execution, is unequaled by any other production of tho sort printed on treasury securities since tho manufacture L. Miller & Payne are not in of paper money in this country was first ousiness together as a great many begun. Tho rest of tho design consists people think. I am for myself and merely of tho conventional legend gracefull- 2 y-drawn in lettering, with a figure will ay and come to mo and I in each corner, surrounded bycurliqueu- es of tho geometric latho. Of geometric will show you that I will sell you Intho work, the back is wonder. Nothing so elaborate in tho sort of mechanical Fiult Cans, both Glass &Tin which is the despair of tlio counterfeiter, has been produced hitherto in any country of tho world. The counterfeiter will find this new certificate a more difficult subject forimitation than ho lias over yet encountered. Ex. with 40 pieces of ware for $7.00. Merit Wins. Wo desire to say to our citizens, that for years wo have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salvo and Eleqtric Bitters, and lmvo never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. Wo do not hesituto to guarantee Home-mad- e Tin Buckets at thorn over)' time, and wo stand ready to refund tho purchase price, if satisfactory 15. cents. results do not follow their use. These remedies havo won their great popularity purely on their merits. G. W. Short, GtJNS, NAILS, CARTRIDGES, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, SEWING MACHINES,. Ky. BUILDING IIAltmVAREr " ROAD CARTS. Three Girls and Four Boys Born in BUGGIES, Oysters, as is probably well known, This suinmcr has been unexampled for tho breaking of records for rapid loco- aro denizens of salt water, and when first motion on land and sea. Tho Atlantic caught aro not possessed of that tooth-soom- o flavor that makes them so attrachas been crossed from cast to west and from west to ojist more swiftly than ever tive to tho majoiity of mankind. To before, and so has tho Pacific from Yoko- render them fit for tho consumers they hama to San Francisco. English states- aro first picked over, sorted out and freed men are still pondering tho political pos- from tho mud and slimy deposits that 4' sibilities latent in a passngo of twenty cling to them after being removed from days from Japan to London across tho their beds. Then they aro placed for a American continent. Tho other day tho few hours in water considerably fresher little steam yacht, tho Vnmooso develop- than that from which they were taken m it a ed n.spced of thirty miles an hpur, and or, as tho fishermen put it, they aro givher rival wonder, tho Norwood, will try en a drink. Tho apparatus upon which Sunday thoy are fieshcned is, in the majority of W, R. Jolly. J, P, Boyd, to do still better. On a recent in July tho Royal Uhio Limited, chang- instances, merely a wooden platform or ing engines at Philadelphia, made tho "float" set in tho bank of tho creolc. or 220 miles from Washington to Now York other stream selected for the purpose, in- with tho usual allowanco for Btops in such n manner that tho water will wash 200 minutes at tho rate on an avcrago of over it from sluiceways, which aro openRVIHGTOH MILLING CO., 51.9 miles an hour. One milo was made ed at low tide. In some localities quite elaborate platon this trip in 44 seconds, and two sucIRVINGTON, KY. in 45 seconds each. As tho forms aro constructed upon pilings at a cessive miles fastest train in England, tho Plying proper level below high water mark. .A Is fully prepared to servo the Scotchman, runs from Edinburgh, 400 light shed, of varying dimensions, is built public, in both merchant and cus- miles with n similar timo allowanco for over this, imd a canal large enough toad-m- lt of tho passage of a small boat, is dug tom work in the highest stylo of stops, in eight hours and a half, or at the rate of 51.0 miles an hour, this fast trip en ono sido ol tho shed. On the other modern progressive milling. "With of tho Limited was deemed a record side of the structuro are floors or stages an abundant supply of the breaker. But as tho time draws near above tho reach of tho water, where tho for tho World's Fair at Chicago tho riv- bivalves are piled after freshening and -alry between tho great railroad compan- then packed for shipment. When tho more intense, and yesterday tido goes down the oysters are left upon ies - tho grows York Central Railroad Com- the platform insido the shed with a shalNew pany made iv great effort which was a low covering of water, which Is kept from Ono of tho finest and best equip- supremo success. A special train was escaping by a board about ten inches in ped mills in the United States. run from New York to taist Buffalo, and depth, placed at tho end of tho shed Skilled mechanics and thoroughly made tho 430J miles in 4TOJ minutes, in- nearest tho water. By means of cleverly arranged sluices, tho fresh trained business men in charge of cluding stops. So great a speed for suqh mitted, tho oysters open, water is adand nil the mud n distance is believed to bo unequalled. every department they can not fail and stimulates and other impurities' escape. Generally If this rivalry continues to give entire satisfaction. invention as is to bo expected, tho Jour- speaking, they are sufficiently freshened They solicit your orders, your ney from Europo to Chicago will bo onu in the course of threo- - or four hours exchange work and invite you to of tho greatest marvels of tho century to sometimes a shorter ti jio sucflices. This change of watqr visit thorn or write them when in visitoreto tho great" exhibition. N. Y. color, making it a purer .improves their white, and their Sun. need of anything in their lino. forms assume that appetizing plumpness so dear to tho heart of anopicure. Tho A Safe Investment. GUARANTEED-:- QUALITY imagines that individual Is ono which is guaranteed to bring ordinary you satisfactory results, or in case of fail- this bloated appearance is an indication . 0 t ure a return of purchase price. On this of an increabo in tho substance nnd fafc plan you can buy from our advertis- weight of an oyster, but in reality it is ed druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New merely a puffing up that naturally folDiscovery for Consumption. It is guar- lows tho change from their usual bevcr-ag- o of salt water, that element having a anteed to bring relief in every case, when for any affection of Tin oat, Lungs tendency to shrivel them up, as it does used or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflam- ono's hands or feet. Detroit Freo Prow, ' .. i ' mation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, ThatTerriblo Cough im. ..:... r..c.1 Prnim nfi ' otc. It m iiuujiiiii, vuu(,ui "v;i and agreeabl&uo- taste, per-n- .. In tho morning, hurried or difficult .is pleasant nlirnvSTxi- denended breathing, ,...f raising phlegm, tightness in uuuj win;, o.wl f.nn ....v-upon. Trial bottles frco uffG. W. Short's, tho chest, quickned pulse, dullness in Uardins-burg- , Clovcrpflrt, Ky., and J. Witt's, tho evening or sweats at night, all or any J Ky. of these things aro tho first stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough A Beautiful Bill. Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms Tho most beautiful pieco of paper and is sold under a positive guarantee lnonev every produced by'tho United by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and w- 'States Treasury-i- thd iicw$2&ilver cer Witt k Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. tificate. It is really a work of art m tlie Balmaeeda's Escape. highest sense. In tho middle of its face Our special cablo despatch from Valis an oval portrait of tho lato Secretary just received a hcauliful line of . HATS. SHOES, - TV,. I jA IJMMim SUMMER LAWNS AND Wo 0(D ETC O below coBt. All things go cheap for cash, and especially our and CLOTHING, At prices that can't ho heat. -- . " u ?--- U XV. GINGHAMS, CALICOES, must closo them out by fall to give room for our J,"oll t "THE NEW STOGK o OF GOODS. We expect to handle a lino of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed. Wo have on hand also, a splendid line of Wo keep constantly on hand a nice line of GROCERIES At lowest prices, and are also Agents for tho Drugs and Patent Medicines. Come in and givo us a trial, and get a bargain in something you need before this.opportunity is gone Respectfully, :Best Quality of Gkain:- WITT MEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. Celebrated McSherry Wheat Drill And tho North Western Fcrtlizers (Vs., u HORSE SHOE" Brand of Fertlizer. - WsfWr CD -- Give lis a call and you will never regret it. Respectfully, i MOORMAN & BEELER, CLENDEANE, KY. Bernhardt Engagement, Oct. at Auditorium, Louisville, Ky. 19-20t- V2 9 in . Notice of Incorporation. Know nil men, that A. M. Khboj, F. Fralic, John A. Hurry, C. 1'. Sawvcr, T. V. Sawyer, & L. Sutler, J. C. Nolle, Clm. C. Mnftin, A. A. Lallclit, It. II. Moreuen, W. 0. Allen, II. The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can bo found at Tho salo of season tickets for tho Bern- "" v 1 IT'S v s NOT paraiso announces that of Chilli, for whom tho author a, SO! STEP STOVE, Hay Rakes, Sorgo Mills, Evaporators. ities of tho newgovcrnmpnt have fordays been searching with more orlessearnesf-nefcs- , had madeTiis way to tho United States cruiser, San Francisco, and is now on route for Callao, Peru. Tins news is important, as indicating the removal from Chili of tho last of tho influential members of tho Dictator's party. No ono of tho Balmacedists who remains bohind has tho ability or the following to organize an opposition to thoncw government or oven to foment discontent among tho populace. Most of tho political lieutenants preceded him into voluntary exile and thus spared the Junta a great deal of trouble- - Had thoy remained in Chili it would havo been tho duty of tho victorious party to arrest, try and punish them, thd principal result being' tho fanning of embers and tho formation of factions, ft is known that when our civil war was ending President Lincoln hoped that Mr. Jefferson Davis might get out of tho country .and prevent unpleasant complications which would tond to prolong bad feelings. For the samo reason it is quite probablo that tho .Iuntu winked at the escape of Bahnaceda. N. Y. Herald. -- Not Suffer Any Longer. Knowing that a cough can bo cheeked Do HO, 7 BOX COOKING STOVE with 20-inc- h oven for $11.00. I can and will sell goods cheaper than any houso in Town. Don't forget the place u J. L. MILLEE'S CLOVERPORT,KY NOTICE, FRUIT GROWERS! Make your order bj the lit of October and we will furnlah you !; any kind of TIU03S, SHRUDSi icO. ZACK. GREEN, Nurtrry. HARDINSIIUBQ, KY. Manager Hnrdinsburg "AKAKESI8 PILES Cureforl'llM. lrioe$l.Ily " (rives Instant roller and la an Infallible rmj.TvddrtWANAKyglH.' Box WW, New York City. in nday, and tho first stages of consumption broken in a week, wo hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy, and will refund tho money to all who buy, take it as per directions, and do Fourteen Months. not find our statement .correct. For Waco, Tkx., Sept. 0. It ia Mrs. Geo. Salo by G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., W. Grifllco, of Crawford, not McGregor, and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. with who has presented her husband double twins, or four at a birth. All ara The First Cause. boys. .Last year sho gavo birth in tho Sho "I wonder why tho Creator mado month of July to triplets,, all girls. Tho man first 1" threo girls and tho four boys, together Ho "IIo was forced to do it, by neceswith tho mother, are doing woll. Mr. sity ?" Grifllco is a prosperous farmer and stock"Why, how you talk. Tho Creaman, of McLennan county. , Sho tor couldn't bo forced to do anything." He "All tho eamo Ho was in this The Medioal Profession. medjeal profession ease." Tho attitudo of tho Sho "f tow do you mako that out?" toward what is known as "patent mediHo "Simply enough. If tho woman cines" is not at all unreasonable. Thousands of theso nostrums are offered to had been created first, sho wouldn't tho public every year. Some of them havo her mind mado up yet what kind aro dangerous, and most of them aro of a man would suit her." Detroit-- Frco futilo. Swift's Specific (S. S. S.,) wo aro Press. all g)ad to say, is not classed among these Our Very Best People o nostrums. It has overcome tho prejudices of physicians in all parts Confirm our statement wheu wo say that of tho country, and somo of tho strongest Dr. Acker's English Romedy is in every testimonials in its bohalf como from med- way superior to any and all othor preical men who havo used it in their prac- parations for tho Throat and Lungs. In tice and who do not hesitate to cmlorea Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic its wonderful results. This is oxtremoly and relieves at once. Wo ofl'or you a gratifying, but by no means .astonishing bamplo bottlo freo. Remember, this for ovory claim that is put forward in be- Remedy i8 sojd on a positive guarantee. half of S, 8. S. is based on n series of act- For Salo by G. W. Short, Cloverport, ual experiments extended over a long Ky.t and Witt A Mcodor, Hardinsburg, period of timo. Ky. Har-dinsbur- g, hardt engagement at tho Auditorium, Louisville, Ky., has been more than and as the times more nearly approaches for tho engagement, moru interest to see the great actress in theso two great productions, grows stronger. The demand for seats will be enormous at tho timo of the engagement. For information, address; Business Manager James B. Camp, P. O. Box 0!), Louisville Ky.' At a recent performance of Bernhardt iu San Francihco, an oxchango says of her: "No singlo scene in any play shows Sarah Bernhardt at tho very apex of her power as does tho ono between Physically, Marccllus and Theodora. vocally, mentally, sho grasps and holds the nerves ot those wlio iook aim listen, until they sco in her face and in her quivering form overy throb of tho agony through which tho Theodora of Sardou's imagination passes, tho scene of scenes, at tho end of which ono becomes suddenly conscious of a heart beating doublo quick, tenso muscles and suspended breath, is the ono following when Theodora is left a momont alono with tho wounded Marcollus, who is about to bo tortured to mako him toll tho names of Ins accomplices, tho chief of whom, Tin has just learned, is her lover, Andreas. Sho revealed to him at once, her agony of despair to save her lover. Marccllus vows that tho agony of torture shall nover wring tho name from him, then with blanching cheeks and a shrinking of all 1'ier flesh, sho tolls him what tho torturo means, and out of her knowledge warns him that for ono instant's respite from such agony, ho will tell And then tho golden huirpin suggests tho means of escape fromtho torture and betrayal, thero is Sho tho instant recoil of tho woman. Hero cannot. And whero to strike at my heart ' says Marcollus, and Theodora stretches out her hand and touches tho spot. Her eyes marked its target, sho is ready to strike, when tho recoil shakes her from head to foot. Sho can not do jt. Thou Marccllus lashes hor fainting courage into lifo with tho bitterest taunts, nnd in fury sho strikes and strikes home." It is said that Bernhardt is so great an actress that ono viio does not understand French can nppreciato and understand. Her gift and her art nro so great tho blind could hear and feel somo of it, nnd tho deaf could sco a littlo of it j but tho fulness of annreciation. of wonder and of enthusiasm comes only to thoso who comprehend her words as well as hor facial expressions, tho movement or roposo of hor litlio flguro, and tho tones of that golden voico. Theso aro they who seo her with tho deopest regrets, and who lay up their memories of her in lavender. ra -- ?' T. Polk and A. R. Flahor, hnvo thlc day themsclvm together, as a body politic nnd corporate under tlio corporato name of Home Supply Gas Company, with tho follow Suld Company Ing corporate powers, rhallhaepcrpatual succeeslon.may euo and be ucd by its corporato nnmc; shall have a corporato eonl and may alter the same at pleasure, may make contractu, ncqulrennd transfer property, real and p'er8onal,po8iC8lng tho same re's pectin 8 .privnto individuals powers and make now cnjny, may establish rules anoVrogulatlon" deemed expedient fur the management ofhelr nllulrs not inconsistent firMB with tho or laws of this Stato or of the Uuiteifliflpf. Tho nature oftne business of said company shall bo to acquire by purcbaso or lease the necessary real estate for the purposes hereinafter mentioned, to boro and drill for trans port natural gas and oil and to sell tho saino upon tho vote of the majority of the capital stock of the Company, but, excopt upon the authority of tho cnpital stock of tho Company, no gas of the said Company shall bo uod by tho stockholders not disposed of only for the domestic use of the stockholders, nor shall any stockholder disposo of his stock to any ono except that the gas shall bo for tho domestic urcof tho vendee, the object of this Company being onlv to furnish gas for the dnmestia uso of the stockholders in their homes nnd places of business, and not for tho purposo of running mills or any machinery, or for any purpose other than domcttio use. Tho capital stock of said Company shall be threo thousand (hilars, to bo divided into sixty sharos of fifty dollars each. Tho shares and interests of the stockholders shall bo transferable, but only on tho books of tho Company, In such manner as of tho shall bo pregTlled by the Company. Tho private property of tho stockholders shall bo exompt Irom tho corporato debt. Tho principal plnco tor tho transacting of the bnsiness of tho Company shall be Cloverport, Ureckonrldge county, Ky. The and may capital stoek sbnll be be rold at or below par, as deemed best by said Company, ani shall be paid up stoek when issued by tho Company. Said capital stock shall bo paid for on call of the incorporators or diroctors in such manner as tboy shall deem best. Tho incorporators herein named, or such of them as may bo chosen at the first mooting of tho stockholders to be directors, together with such persons as they may usso into with themselves, shall bo tho for tho first year after the ordirectors ganization of the Company, and until the successors as directors aro elected and qualified. Said corporation shall commence on tho filing of these articles for record in tho County Clork's office and shall terminate in twenty.five years from said date Tho highest amount of Indebtedness or liability to which said corporation shall at any timo subject itself shall not oxceod one thouTho ofilcors of said corporation sand dollars. on itnd by whom its afiairs shall bo conductod shall bo not less than five nor uioro than sevon. Directors who shall of their number at their first meeting oloct a 1'retldent, Vice President They may also elect or and Treasurer. appoint such porsons us they select Manager, Secretary and for such other positions as shall be deemed beat for tho purposes and interests of the Company. In witness whereof tho partios horeln mentioned nlllx their signatures, this (25th) day of August, 1HVI. A. M. Kasey, by-la- w by-laDreck-enrid- We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar ?5.50, $6.50, 87.50, $9.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Ilames and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will bo found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examine our stock. HAMIiLISil,K id. The Harvest Moon. Tho phenomenon commonly known ns tho "Ilnrvest Moon" will bo a prominent feature of September's celestial exhibition. At tho timo of tho full inoon which occurs nearest tho autumnal equinox, the moon is observed to riso but littlo later each evening, so that the number of consecutivo moonlight evenings is greater than at other seasons of tho yenr. Tho reason of this is that when tho moon is full in tho autumn, it is always moving northward, and is in that part of its orbit, it rises less than half an hour later each ovening, whereas tho avcrago daily minutes. retardation is about In tho spring when the moon is moving southward at its full phase, and its orbit inclines most to the horion, it rises about an hour and a quarter later each evening, and tho number of consecutivo moonlight evenings is less than tho average. It will bo reaidly understood that the nearer tho moon's orbit is to being parallel to tho horizon, tho less is its descent in moving a given distance, and tho less tho interval between its rising So, conversely, the on successive days. nearer its orbit is to being perpendicular to tho horizon, tho greater is tlio descent in moving a given disiance, so that under such circumstances tho interval between tho successive risings of the moon would bo greater than usual. Pittsburg Dispatch. Jor tired feolingjoss of appctito and general dubility thero is no remedy equal to "0. O. O. Certain Chill Cure." Sold by Short & Ilaynes. Don't sufl'er your children to sufier with a cough, when "O. O. C. Certain Cough Cure" cures all cough and croup fifty-tw- o Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R, R. Co. r osro. TIME SCHEDULE Talcing i:ifoct At 5;00 o'clck A. M, Wednesday July 29. '91 is. irrl M Bound Train) STATIONS Eatt Bound Traint Mail Mall A Kxpr's Kxpr's Dally 6 25pm 0 40 7 20 7 21 Kxpr's Kxpr' 12 50 & W 7J9 7 47 767 8 01 808 817 8 21) 8 3J 8 4.1 852 8 69 91H1 912 910 931 9 38 9jV) 10 Ul 1010 1010 10 20 10 27 10 44 Dally 8UVm lv.Un'n l)p't..ur 8 20 Kentucky St. 0 00 West Point 9 01 Howard 918 KockIIacn 9 2ii Long llrnnch 9 35 Ilraiulenburg 9 38 Mcatlc SprinL'i 944 Kkron 962 Gnston 10 01 Irvington 1010 Webster 10 IS Lodlburir 10 3i l'krcc 10 3.1 Simple 1041 Stephen sport 10 45 Addison 10 48 Holt 1102 Cloverport 1107 Shops 1118 Sklllman 1127 HiuvesWIIe 1131 1141 1145 1162-- Daily 105 Dally oTfipm 8 60 8 7 7 7 7 7 1210pm 12 07pm 11 Wain 11 3J 1128 1123 1114 11 (fi 1065 810 07 61 47 37 32 2ti 1U3 717 067 6 48 10 48 10 37 10 3.1 039 6 31 0 20 1020 1022 1019 1005 10 01 9 47 019 014 611 657 662 6 41 5 31 m 1063 1129 lias 1120 102 8(0 ll: 1165 118 7 42 12 05pm 120 7 34 1220im 1 40pm ar.IIenders'n Iv 720am 1210pm 1223 1232 1243 1252 Falcon Cajce I.ewfsport Powers Pates Owcnsboro Mattingly Stanley Worthlneton Spottsvllle Ilaskctts l'etrle 9 38 9 29 921 9 20 9 1J 8 42 8 3J 865 819 810 622 510 512 500 4 49 4 28 437 41 4 00 3 48 3 41 3 33 320pm R. R. LoufsviMe,Hardfnsburg&Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1801. sufferers, 8, 1j. . T. Polk, C. P. Sawyer, T. F. Sawyer, Ohas. 0. Martin, F, Fralzo, John. A. Harry, It. II, Morcinon, 11. J. C. Nolto, Suiter. Per If. . W. O. Allen, A. A, La Ueitt, A. It. Fisher. The First Symptoms of Death. The Laboring Man's Tin Pail. Speaking of tho laboring man's tin pail, it will not hold all the sugar that ho can get get for a dollar under tho tariil law. After tho aforesaid laboring man has tax on paid tho JsledringhauH-McKinleIds tin pails ho will bo mighty lucky if ho has a dollar left to buy sugar with. St. Louis Republic. Mc-KinlGlobe-Democra- West Hound Trains Kast Hound Dally Dally Dally ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. No.6 No. 1 No. 2 1130im l.v IrvliiL'ton Ar 9 45am 1210pm Garheld 8 34 12 25 Harued 810 12 45 Trains I Dally ex Sun No. 6 " t. y l430jmijArKordvilleI,v Kirk Jolly (tlcndeanc 2 05 Dempster 2 30pm ar I'ullKltonjjli Iv 3 15 Kockvalu 3 27 Huth 3 37 Asklns 362 Oaki 133 163 118 Ilardinsburg ' 7 45 7 09 6 63 6 21 0 09 5 34am 4 65 4 44 4 30 415 4 OUam wliolo-som- "Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in various parts of the body, sinking at tho pit of tho stomach, loss of appotito, fovcrlBhness, pimples or sores, nro all positive ovidenco of poisoned blood-N- o matter how it becanio poisoned it must be purified to avoid death. Dr, Acker's English Blood Elixir has never failed to removo scrofulous or, syphilitic poison. Sold undor a positive guaranteo byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky.', and Witt A Meador, Ilardinsbure, Ky. AGENCYJot i A pamphlet of Information audio iirmcioi me laws, snowing now toj v UDiain uaTeau. Traae vmuks, uoprriRHU, imi jrtt.. sJ.rut MUNN m. OU. Broadway, s3I Htw York. Buy tho Monarch shirt. Tho savages never havo a doctor, but Headquarters for uso 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 Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich and will heal and cures scrofulous ian .Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil and syphilitic ulcers pimples on face nnd by the Barrel, Piaster Hair, purify tho systom. All dealers sell it, Ask to seo a bottlo. & CliHlifro of Hddrcim- - W lirii order in K HdilroiiH of your jmiior cliHMirod. Brick, Flow Handles, Fine Flooring alnUVHyn ctvu ihu old hn woll no tho ways kept on hand. Orders aclioiv uddroNN. AIwhvu glvo peat., offlrv, county and Stuto. lr your companied by oarfi prewpt' itter In not received reKidurly, tiu ly U4. tlfy tia. GREGORY & CO,, . Reapers and Mowers, Poplar Shinglef Fine j' - :i uiwtL a r BiciiNRiDGE News.1 WEDNESDAY, tiEPTEMBER 23, 1891. JXO. D. VIUOIL G. HAHDAOU, lidltora and Row rroptletors. I,., St. I. & T. IjbcrI Tlmo Card. 10.05 11.07 6.6S 9.27 11.19 10.05 Mall and Express going East ' West " Kxpresi " East " West Local Freight " East " ' West a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. VITRIFIED BRICK. There is a heavy combination iiiTxiuis- villo to defeat tho construction of brick Btrcets. This combination consists of tho Aaphalt paving companies, tho Granite paving companies, tho MacAdam contracting companies, and even a lot of follows who advocate wooden pavements, played out long ago. They aro vilifying the Clovorport Brick Company and their product, and tho pressure has induced Mayor Tyler to order a lot of vitrified brick from Virginia. "When they came they wore not up to tho standard, and will not be used. Tho idea of tho opposition is to knock out vitrified brick altogether. For present purposes, bouio Louisville particswho aro trying to mako such brick are giving aid and comfort to tho opposition. Altogether, they man-ag- o to keep up a tumult. Tho Clover-por- t company has not lurnished brick fast enough is all they can allcgo against it, but they aro trying to discount brick in overy way as paving material and resort to every possible argument, good or bad. Possess your souls in patience, gcntle- mon. Tho CloVcrport Brick men are amused nt your tergiversations and your turmoils. There aro enterprising and rival cities all around you, who know a thing or two, you havo been slow to learn. Thoy have easy communication with tho Clovorport Brick works, and fully, understand tho whole situation. The Clovorport Brick people aro not in tho least disturbed. They can, in tho flip of a jack, contract tho wholo output of their factory first, second and third class brick, nt better nrices than von want to give, for years to come. Cut a fow more shines and you can't get n brick from here. You are first choice, being our homo city, but wo aro not dependent on you. "We can toll you some tilings, if wo were so disposed, that arc good for tho Clovorport Brick Company, but not so good for Louisville. Bear in mind, that there is a part of tho world outsido of where tho sky and earth come together on tho outskirts of Louisville, and your stone men, and your asphalt men, and your wooden pavement fogies, don't control thoso outlying districts. . -- linsbccn tried by the Annual Conference . IMItor V. O.UAlUIAUr. at Cadiz and acquitted. The charges against Mr. Ford wcro that ho had been L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE borrowing money in sums beyond his OOINO WIST. ability to pay, and making indorsements Passenger Daily arr. Hardlnsburg..l2:0S p.m. OOINO KABT. on negotiable paper, which ho had littlo Passenger Daily arr. Hardinsburg.. 8:55 a.m. if any prospects of mcoting. Tho old man it Is said didn't aim to wrong any Seo Davis Quilter. one however, and the matter has weighQuarterly Court begins noxt Monday. ed heavily upon him for somo time. Salur-daReivomber tho picnic hero next CiiAinMAN Costleman by direction of tho Democratic State Central Committee, Hurrah for Davis Quilter, it sells liko has written tho chairman of tho County hot cakes. Committees, that men who havo opposed W. II. Boll came up from Ilawcsville tho party nominees or who havo been last Sunday. indifferent to party success, should not 'Squire Footc, of Bowleyvillo, was in bo retained on committees. town Monday. p. g II. M. Ford, D. D., formerly Elder of the Oweusboro District, Fie-Ridin- UWHSB1E DEPARTMEKT. Tho will of B. W. Mintcr, lato of Irv-ington, was admitted to probalo in tho County Court last Monday. His widow, Salllo E. Mlntcr, Is mode the executor of tho will, and to her is given all tho property owned by tho deceased, which consists of two houses nnd several town lots in Irvington, ono farm in Mcado county nnd two other farms in Spencer county. To my friends and patrons. I shall bo absent two or throe months attending medical lectures and hospital clinics. While I regret to leavo my practice even for so Bhort n timo I hope you may realize, as well as I, tho benefits of Improved Any information or qualifications. asked of mo by letter directed to 228 Court St. Cincinnati, shall have my prompt attention. My accounts aro with J. B. Buzby and settlements can bo made Respectfully, with him. 1 ad-vic- Do Yon Want Want GOOD TIMES HAVE COME THE A FARM ? Do You FARMERS' and MECHANICS' A HOUSED LOT? o Shoe and Clothing House. With the Largest Stock of Boots and Shoes. V The Largest Stock of Men's, Youths' and Chil dren's Clothing. Largest Stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods ever seen in Cloverport. Biggest Stock of Hats DO You Want Judge Murray, Clovorport was in the Thk Constitutional Convention has city Monday. adopted the Committee's recommendaR. M. Jolly, Irvington, was in tho city tion, authorizing tho Governor to ap, Commissioners to revise tho last Monday. point thrco Mrs. Elvira Babbago Is visiting her son, General Statutes at a salary of $10 a day V. G. Babbago. each. Judgo Jarrett, Stcphcnsport, was in of tho' city Monday. The Prcsidont of tho West Point, Miss., has called a meeting Mr. Reuben Miller, Clovorport, was in to givo up their charter. Tho members tho city Monday. declare thoy want togctout of a ring that Tho agents for Davis Quilter are selling is being used to disrupt tho Democratic them liko hot cakes. party. Davis Quilter is something new and says, Hon. takes with all the ladies. The LaUuo County Herald beThoso children's Jersey Buits nt Beard 11. II. Smith, of Hardin county, will a candidato for Commonwealth's & Beeler's aro very cheap. come John Dean, Jr. and Eli II. Dean, Attorney in this district, and will be opposed by Hon. Chapezo Wathen. Glendeanc, were in tho city Monday. Mr. James Stuart, of Webster, says ho of Ointments for Catarrh will bo in tho race for Circuit Clerk next that contain Mercury, year. as mercury will surely destroy tho sense You can mako a nice quilt in ono h'our of smell and completely derange tho on your own sowing machine with Davis wholo system when entering it through Quilter. Such articles tho mucous surfaces. Mr. Amel Kincholoo went to Louis bo used except on prescrip ville last Saturday to attend a business should never tions from reputable physicians, as the college. damage they will do is ten fold to tho W. E. Spotswood, tho quilter man, good you can possibly derive from them. will not remain in Hardinsburg much Cure, manufactured by Hall's Catarrh longer. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains Como in with your trade wo have a and no mercury, and is taken internally, blood and mucous nice line of goods to exchange. Beard & acts directly upon tho in miying Bcclcr. surfaces of tho system, Mr. F. Fraize, Julius Hardin and Sher Hall's Catarrh Cure bo suro you get tho genuine. It is taken internally, and iff Ramsey, Clovcrport, wcro in tho city made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney Monday. &Co. Going to tho big circus Sold by Druggists, 75c. Only $1.80 from this town and all day In Sub-AlliauBe-vare N. C. Mosoly, M. D. BRANDENBURG. See Davis Quilter. DeoPusoy is quite ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. Scth Richardson, of near Ekron, A Good Dwelling? Do You died Saturday. Mr. Will Brown, of Louisville, was in A town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Fairleigh aro visiting in Paducah. C. R, Wathen is attending court In Edmonson county. Mr. J. D. Hardin attended tho Rome fair one day last week. Miss Georgia returned Saturday from n visit to Bardstown. Valuable Real Estate . Mr. Ben Carrico and daughter wcro in town shopping last week. Mrs. Anderson and Miss Fannie Childs wcro In town one day last week. Mr. Jim. McFarland, of Louisville, is hero visiting relatives and friends. Miss Bcitie Richardson, of Louisville, is visiting relatives and friends hero. Mr. Greenwcll and Miss Warren, of . Mooleyville, were in town Saturday. Mrs. Dr. Crutcher and Mia? Ida Powell, of Garrett, visited our town last week Prof. Hayes and Miss Polly Dugan, of Pleasant Grove, were in town Saturday. As administrator of the estate of Mr. Turrcntine, ono of our most popuinsurance agents, was in town last T. N. Warfield, deceased, I will lar week. offer for salo until Novembor 1st, s Hon. A. W. Morcmen and II. C. 1891, at private or public Bale, tho wcro in tho city the first of last in and , and Caps, all styles. Valises and Umbrellas. Tobacco Warehouse? Big Jlssortnent of Trunks, ever before seen. Finest Neckwear pay everybody to como and seo tho Farmers' and Mechanic's Wo will show you tho Best Goods ever shown in this town and prices lower than over. Wo will givo yotl a fow prices : Want All located in and near Cloverport. If so now is your chance It will Shoo and Clothing House. ES & LOTS Men's Worsted Suits, 5 ; former prlco everywhere $7.2o. " " $5.23. Youths' Suits, from 12 to 17, $3; " Children's Suits, 4 to 12, $1.50; former prlco, $2.05. Men's Good Jeans Pants, 90c; former prico, $1.23.' Hoys' Jeans Pants, 12 to 17, 55c ; "former price, 03c. Men's Sunday Pants, $1.95 ; former prico, $3.00. - ,, Good Working Boots, $2.00 ; former prico, $2.50. j Men's Fino Sunday Shoe, $1.45 ; former price, $2.00. ' Men's "Working Shoes, $1.00; former price, $1.15. EVERYTHING - IN PHOPOnTION. That must' be SOLID A We want everybody, ladies, gents and boys, lo como and seo us. that when you return from tho store to your' sweet homes, you will tell everybody of tho grand bargains you got of the Farmers' and Mechanics' Shoe and Clothing House. Wo nro sure Don't forget the place, at Short's old stand. Don't fail to come. Raw-ling- 800DMAN & KLEIN. CLOVERPORT, KY. FALLS OF ROUGH, Louisville. week. " Beard & Heeler are displaying a splenSec Davis Quilter. shoes and did line of ladies' custom-mad- e Mr. Green has n largo force of men at men's boots. bis dam and hopes to work Ollio Burch was arrested here Monday have the mills running with the now by the sheriff on a capcas profiuo from year. Meade county. on a boom, Business of all kinds-seem- s Now is tho timo to get into a money every one trying to fill their contracts in making business, m secure an agency for etc , before Thk Manufacturers' Record has estab- getting out staves, ties, logs, Davis Quilter. winter comes on with tho impassable lished an office in London, having reBarnum's greatest show on earth will . cently sent over a member of its stall' for roads. bo in Louisville Reduced Mrs. Green has quite a bevy of attracthat purpose. This step is brought fare on the railroad; about by tho continued growth of British tive young ladies visiting her this Fall, Hensley &, Jolly havo sold this season interests in Southern investments and Miss Kellogg, of Cincinnati; Misses over 100 tons of fertilizers. Look out for tho consequent expansion of tho circula Helm, Elizabethtown, daughters of Gen. a big crop next year. tion and influenco of tho Manufacturers' B. II. Helm and nelces of Abraham LinTho Irvington nine will play tho i.ecom in urcat Britain. By means of coln j Miss Thomas, of East Cumberland Miss Jones' place as Ilawcsvillo's at Ilawcsville next Saturits London connection English investors Gap, has taken will bo kept moro thoroughly informed teacher in her family and promises to be day. It will bo an interesting game. Col. Lary Keenan will pull tho 'skur-sio- n as to tho rosourses, tho investment op equally as accptablo and agreeable, but Morcman than one doubt this. to Louisville and you portunities, and tho progress of develop ment, in tho South, while tho South will The Louisville Conference Appoint- can bet everything will como up right. bo enabled to keep in touch with finanAny lady can sell Davis Quilter and ments. cial London. mako $200 to $300 per month, writo to English investors and Tho Louisville Conference South which or call financiers on the one hand, and the on W. E. Spotswood fe Co., Harhas been in session at Cadiz during tho owners of Southern properties and prodinsburg, Ky. Monday night. Tho jectors of Southern undertakings on the past wcok adjourned Rev. Emmet Hardaway and brother, next place of meeting is at Cumpbells-villother, will be brought into closer contact Tho following aro the appoint- Frank, were hero Monday on their way and made better acquainted. to visit their Bister, Mrs. C. L. Hawkins, ments for tho Owonsboro district : near this place. Lawson. Presiding Elder, J. M. Gi:. A. J. Gross, of Frankfort, informs Charles Dyo was granted a license to Owcnsboro Station, Gilbert C. Kelly, the Nnws that a Farmers' Instituto will keep a tavern with tho privilego of sellD. D. be held in this city sometime in ing whisky at Webster in tho County Owcnsboro Mission, P. F. Gaines. The object of tho meeting is Owcnsboro Circuit, B. A. Cundiffwith Court last Monday. to bring together tho farmers and havo Tavern license with tho privilego of - discussed tho best raodo and system of W. J. Cole, supernumerary. retailing whisky nt Union Star, was Shcfler. Yelvington, B. F. farming. At this meeting it is hoped granted to Georgo R. and R. B. Cox in Oakford. D. F. AValton. that n good delegation of tho fanners of County Court Monday. Colhoun, J. S. Crandall. our county will bo present and havo an Tho application of F. Fmizo for a Hartford, E. E. Hall. interchange of ideas upon tho subject of chango of the old Bowling Green road, Goodson. Ilawcsville, J. P. farming. That business, liko all others, was laid over until the next term on acClovorport, W. O. Brandon. to bo successful, must be reduced to a count of tho dofcat of parties. Rockport, A. C. Gentle. scientific system in this progressive era. Mrs. Jane Daicy, of Grand Rapids, Ceralvo, W. It. Godby. Mich., and Prof. Archibald Barron, of Lowisport, J.' S. McDaniel. Tins has been a successful year for the Milwaukee, Wis., havo been visiting Mr. South CarrolftonJ ff. L. C. Cowherd. County Fairs in all parts of tho State. Aaron Norton's family near Garfield. Livcrmorc, W. F. Cashman. Tho weather has been unusually proThere is to bo a colt show at Irvington Rosine, W. D. Bennett. pitious, and the bountiful crops has enTho premium offered for couraged the farmers to turn out and air EM7.A1IET1IT0WN DISTMCT. tho best colt is $20, and there's going to themselves and have a good time. By Elizabethtown, R. W. Browdcr, Pre- bo a five aero fiold full to contest for it. tho way Bruckcnridgo county could sup- siding Elder. Barnum's great circus will bo in Louis-vill- o port a good Agricultural Fair and Clover-por- t Elizabethtown, J. L. Edrington. It Is the biggest show is the placo to have it. Hardinsburg, S. F. Campbell. on earth and you am see the wholo busiHodgenville, G. S. King. ness nnd get a ride on the railroad for The rain makers succeeded in getting Vino Grove, J. D. Fraizcr. $1.80. e. Mrs". following described property near tho city of Cloverport : John Frakes is able to bo out again after a severe attack of billions fever. Mr. Hiso and family will occupy tho rooms over A. J. Richardson's harness shop. Mrs. Chas. Drury, of Bowleyvillo, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Tract of 190 Acres nsrotrnsrcEDnEirTT OP THE More or less of good land, lying on Clover Creek, three miles from Cloverport, near tho John Hardin -Also placo, with improvements. Moreinen. Messrs. Georgo Woolfolk nnd Chas. 100 acres Woodland lying near the Casperko attended the New Albany fair above tract. This is fine land, prolast week. duces well and will bo sold at a Mrs. Sash Simmons and daughter,' of bargain. near Irvington, were in town shopping last week. Mrs. II. C. Woodson and son, Henry, spent last week with her mother, Mrs. iHardinstarg .'. Normal MotacLay, .". Institute;- - The Fall term of twenty weeks will begin August 31st, 1891; 160 Acre Tract In Hancock county, near Patesvillo Tho Summer torm of eiglit weeks will begin Eliza Woolfolk. with improvements, occupied at Messrs. Gus. and Horace Moremen This ; this timo by Ben Shadrick. A Moremen, visited their brother, Mr. is also a fino tract of land with good Saturday and Sunday. : for a MissMinnio Greer leaves Friday for improvements and suitablo $l.G0 por month. A bargain for some- Tuition in Primary Course, Louisville, where she "will enter tho train- small farmer. " - " Elemontary Course 2.00 ing school for music. body. Tj " " Intermediate Courso 2.50 Mr. L. L. Lewis, of Louisville, came " Other Courses - - .3.00 " down Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. One Lot Large All Tuition Fees must bo paid in advance, unless otherwise and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. arranged. No reduction for absenco unless caused by sickness. Miss Mablo Alycsworth, of Graliamp-ton- , on M on. day, Tho Spring term of sixteen weeks will begin January 18th, '9. Monday, May 6t.Ii, '92. TUITION FEES with is tho guest of Misses Mary Bicker-Btaf- f Near the upper landing in the city and Mary McFarland. Mr. Lou Moremen left last Monday for of Clovcrport, capable of handling Louisville, whero ho will attend tho a million pounds of tobacco. Medical College this winter. Misses Jennio and Hester Woolfolk and Eva Richardson spont a couplo of days with Miss Rena Clarkson at Pleasant in said city, fronting on High street View. Mrs. Clint. Bryant, of Louisville, was running back 400 feet to Houston called hem by tho serious illness of her or Railroad street, with a two story mother, Mrs. Lon. Richardson, who is dwelling and L and other outconsidered in a critical condition. buildings, occupied at present by Dr. J. O. Cosby nnd son, C. C. Cosby, A. S. English as a private hotel. of Flnrhorty, spont a couplo of days with Mr. II. C. Rawlinga' family. Mr. O. O. Cosby left Wednesday for Kansas City, where ho expects to mako his home in it One House and Lot Board can bo had in private families at $2.25 to $2.50 pqr week including fuol and lights. Tho Principal has had marked success at this point, and 'by tho Avo can give aid ol tho people wo nope to achieve a great deal more. pupils every advantage hero that they can get at any school. For further information address BOARD: ' " K. P. SHACKLETT, Prin., HARDINSBURG, JCY. A Tract of 10 Acres, J. R. JOHNSON, -- a littlo sprinkle out in Texas tho other day where everything is almost parched. But tho best sign for the Texan now is to seo it falling all around and pouring down in tho middle. over the history of the Republican party, what has it dono for the farmers? Well, it has kept him hustling to pay Uio taxes imposed by the robber tariff for ono thing. LooKi.va Brandenburg, W. 0. Hays. Big Spring, G. F. Cundifl". Long Grove, J. C. King. Falls of Rough, L. L. Crandcll. McDaniels, R. B. Campbell. Constantiue, A. G. Fraizor. Stophonsport, S. P. Stitcs. Louisville Circuit, L. W. Browdcr. Wolf Creek, O. G. Smith. Loitchfield, L. M. Russell. Millerbtown, J. B. Galloway. Alf Warfield (coj), was before Judgo Adkisson Monday, charged with stealing $15 from John Lyman last week. ' JIo was convicted and sent to jail in default of bail. Mrs. James T. Miller, Cloverport, was in tho city Monday nnd qualified as administrator of her Into husband's estate, Hon. Lafayette Green entered as her It is rumbrcd at Washington that tho President is seriously considering tho appointment of Col. W. O'Bradloy, of this State, to succeed Secretary Proctor in tho War Department. Col. II. Clay King, of Memphis, of David II. Postpn, has been sentenced to bo hanged November 8. King is a very prominent lawyer and upwards of sixty years of ago. mur-dcror Gov. Campbell has opened his campaign in Ohio, and McKinley and his high tariff humbuggory will get it in tho "neck. o Them: is said to ho a groat rush of to tho Oklahoma lauds, which aro to bo opened to settlers this wcok. peo-,pl- South Lcitchflold, O. W. Hessen. Rev. J. C. Petrio, former paBtor at Hardinsburg, goes to Henderson. Lightning Hot Drops is tho greatest of all known remedies for tho euro of all kinds of pains oxtornal and internal. Cures colic, diarrhcoa and cholera infantum. Mr. A. M. Mooro, Mt. Jacksou, Va., says : "I havo used Lightning Hot Drops by tho Bldo of quito a number of pain remedies, and unhesitatingly it superior to any of them. It is a most wonderful romedy. Havo used it in quite a number of cases of diarrhoea, and am glad to say it has not failed in a single instanco." For salo by all dealers pro-noun- Mr. Jos. A. Twitty visited friends in Big Spring lost week. McElree'g Wine of Cardul and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- T If there is smooth Bailing in New York in the'Governor's race, the Democracy will sweep tho country in '02. Vktit for sale by tho following-merchan- ts are in Phhsidknt Harrison has consented lo the Atlanta Exposition. Ureckeorldge County s Jem Vv. Owen, Cloveroort, Q. W. Short, Cloverport. Hrasbear A Lay, Stepheusport. Witt Meidoiy HtrJIniburg, J. J. Sereif, Uolnn Star, A bondsman. Tho will of William Jarrett was adt mitted to probate in the County Court Monday, John W. Jarrett Is named as oxecutor. Also tho will of Mary Robertson with Edgar Adkisson as executor. for tho big exLook out cursion on tho L. 11. & W. Faro from Hardinsburg round trip $1.80, this includes ticket to Barnum's great circus. Everybody should go as there is fun ahead. Tho Ixmisvillc, Hardinsburg and Western will run n train from Fordsvillo to to givo tho people Louisville a chanco to witness Barnum's great circus. Rates havo boon reduced from all stations along tho lino nnd your railroad ticket admits you to the big show. Train will leavo Louisville at 0:25 returning same day. Thoso who Jiko a drink of good old whiskey should romorabcr when thoy como to Hardinsburg, that I keep the desired article. All kinds of mixed drinks can bo had at my soloon. I keep tho very best quality of liquors and my drinks aro made to suit anybody's tasto. Give mo a call, W. W. Vessels. tho future. Quito an exciting raco took placo Thursday on tho Moremen training track between tho pacers, "Candy Jim" owned by Mr. Wm. Fary and "Joe Swift" owned by Mr. Tim. McAuliff. Quito a number were present to witness tho affair. Joe Swift won by long odds. Whilo filling a gasolino stove ono day last week, Miss Minnie Green, made a narrow cscapo from burning to death. Sho thought all tho humors were turned out, but unfortunately ono was turned very low. Tho gasolino ignited and her clothing caught fire, fortunately sho had on a woolon dress and by her forethought and bravery sho saved both horsolf and tho house. Ono hand was seriously burned. Trof. Frank McAullTa baby was in tho room nnd had ono hand badly burned. ofunimproved property lying within tho corporate, limits of Cloverpqrt. Torms reasonable. Call on tho undersigned in Clovorport. DEAI.Klt I-N- Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Year$ Old. OI-IOIOJ- F. FKAIZE, Adm'r, T. N. WARFIELD, Dec. Also for salo ono E WT.1VES. I House and Lot in Stophonsport. Leading Brands of Tobacco and : Cigars. Legitimate Orders accompanied by tho Cash will rpceivo- prompt attention. - 95 Acres of good land on Bull Crook, near John Ahl's, with improvements. HARDINSBURG-- , : : ZY. UNION STAR. Seo Davis Quilter. Mrs. Sarah Bruner is having hor Jiouso 97 Acres of good land, vory well improved, near Cloverport, on tho Patesvillo road. POK & STfiSnON BUM Thorough, Tracticnl Instruction Grnduntes assisted to positions. I S Catalogue free. Write to SS COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY. improved. Mr. Joseph Cashman attended tho fair at Rome Saturday. Quito a numbor of our citizens attended tho fair at Rome Thursday. Mr. Hurbert Bruner spont several days last week with Mr. Jhnmie Brodio Chonault. Mrs. D. W. Young and daughter, Bet-tiof Gu&ton, wero guestaof Mr. D. S. Richardson last wcok. Mr. Will Milnor left Wednesday for Allmond's University. Louisville, whero ho will attend school this year. Mrs. II. G. Richardson and Mrs, J. J. Severs wcro tho guests of Mrs. J, T. Hanks, Stophonsport, Saturday, I'pll TUB liLOOD, o, 60 Acres 0 , BHOWN'SIUON BITTKHS. It care quickly. For wile by all dealea iq uedleluq. Uet the gamine. Wcalcnew. UlllouHieM, take Malaria. IudleeittoD and The Democrats of Now York Stato havo j nominated for their Governor Hon. improved. Will sell as a P. Flower, The fight is going to bo tracts to suit purcbosera. whole or divide In 1 For further jj Torms reasonable. Must sell a warm one in that Btnto. Tho drift of formation address W. W, LtfWIS, political events will bo watched from to pay debts. Call and see mo, Owonshoro, Kyi quarter with inoro than usual inter- vim that est on' account of tho Presidential raco, It will pay you to go and secure" at which Iffo soon to follow on tho lieols of agency on Davis Quilter, of "Y. E. Spot . CLOYEItPOIiT, KY tho contest for Governor. wood &Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. J lf with improvements in Hancock county, two miles from Clovorport, on tho Patesvillo road. , Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, Bores, ulcere, suit rhoum, fover sores, tettor. clinpped hands, chilblains, corns, and skIii eruptions, nnd positively cures I'ilcs, or no pny required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or Prico 25 cents por money rofunded. box For salo by Q. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Robert Nicholas, VETERINARY SURGEON Can cure any dlscaso to whloh the horso or cow la subject to. Satisfaction guaranteed in every case, uaico In Short Unine' Drug storo. "1 llos-wo- ll LAND FOR SALE. This fnrm Hai til TtreAUanrliloA .n.tntv nn the head waters of toni? Lick and one-hamile lrom the U, II. Jc W. rnllond, und la well In-- ' F. FRAIZE, ' r tfrgiim See Davis Quiltor. Guns, Guns. Guns, Sulzcr's. Mrs. Jas. G. Harris is very slok. Tho citizen's gas well is down 135 feet. Tho sick nt IrvWgton are rcjwrtcd bet- TOBINSPORT, IND. See Davis Qullter. Mrs. C. O. Wbitebend is on the Bick list. Miss Sue Iliickvby attended the Rome ; fair. Thomas Lyons has purchased a new iMfta 'V.1 ' r &" " i I ter. We Are, If You Are Wo uro roudy with biggest stock of Homc-madBoys' and Children's Clothing, if you arc I'cady to o Syrup of Figs io taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to thotasto, and acta gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers nnd euros hahitual constipation. Syrun c ''gs is the only remedy of its lcinu ever produced, pleasing to tho tasto aim acceptable to tho stonmeh, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrceaolo suhstanccs, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most ponulo- - remedy known. Syrup oi Fib j for salo in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any roliahlo drugi'ist who may not have it on hand will procure it "promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISO LOUISVILLE, KY. ENJOYS Both tho method and results when OJSTIS i zif vTWfcSsevs ), OAL. NEW YORK, tl.r. Dr. Office PhysicianSurgeon. in Br. White's old stand up stairs. J. M. Clayton, OLOVERPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician 0mcE & Surgeon, Noxt door to Brcckcnrhlge Cloverport, Ky. Bank. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER LOCAL-BREVITIE- 2.1, 1891 Seo Davis Quiltcr. Short & Ilaynes for drugs. Now turnips aro in tho market. Good Hall safo for salo at a bargain, SuTzer.'s. Mr. J. II. Moorman bns returned from Henderson. Wo will sell you a bedstead for $1.75 Jordan it Co. Tho Sawyer Bros., arc painting Mr. Barry's new bouse. Go to the now furniture store for bargains in furniture. Jewelry, watches and clockH aro specialties with Short & Ilaynes. Clover leaf brand bone meal, purest made. Gregory & Co., Agts. A fine lot of mulo colts for side at Holt Ky., address Jas. G. Stephens. Mrs. Wolfson and child went to Cincinnati yesterday to visit relatives. For building material of all kinds, ced-n- r Seo Gregory & Co. Born, to tho wifo of T. L. Caley, a fine 12 pound girl, Monday, Sept. 21. Mrs.Eugcno Ilaynes went to Louisville yesterday to lay in her fall stock of milposts, etc. linery. Miss Lafio LnHeist went to Big Spring last week to visit Miss Suo Board. Slip returns to-da- Mr. 0. J. Fella and Miss Lillio "Woods, of this city, were married at Jefferson-vill- o, Ind., last Saturday. It. K. Ticrco and wifo accompanied by "Wallace and their two Allen, went to Louisville yesterday. Ladies remember Sulzcr's when you want anything in Cloaks. Bo sure to see their lino. They hiTvo an elegant assortment. William II. Cameron, tho bookcepor for Klcinhnns & Simmonson, Louisvillo, is a prisoner in tho county jail, charged with having appropriated $3,000 of tho firm's monoy. In all swift baste Sulzcr's announce tho arrival of now dress goods, trimmings, etc. They corfainly aro showing tho prettiest trimmings over brought to our city. Ladies seo tlioir line. Circuit Clerk Skillman, says thoro is Very little business coining in for ."Big" court. He also says ho will bo a candidwhich means that it ate for will bo mighty hard for tho other follow, Whoever bo may be, to get it. Tho city council says you must cut tho weeds in front of, your promises and tho Mayor proposes to see that you do It. Now, if council and Mayor would tacklo tho hog and send him to tho country ' where ho bolongs, wo would havo a pretty decent looking town. J. D. Gregory, tho "World" cigar man, went to Irvington yesterday on a business trip. Wo aro glad to report tho steady incrcaso of the' business of, this now enterprise in our city. They started out with two mon and aro now forking ton nnd say eyen' with this forco tboy can't keop up with their work. Tho "World" is a good cigar and ovcrybody BinokeB it. From tho following sales it seems that good BUrley tobaccos aro not a drug on tho market. Tho Times of last Friday says, "Capt. A. J. Gross hnd up a lot of and some good Burley that ho of them brought $20.50, $21.50, $25,50, Capt. Gross $20, $20.50 and ovon $28." hero a little W. G. Smart and ovor a hundred hogsheads, and from tho above prices they will como out with a good snug profit. It pays (o handle good grand-childro- tor." Hnrdiusburg. J)r. Hainblcton, of Cloverport, was Dr. J. P. Williams, tho' Owcnsboro ovor doing some dental work hero last dentist, arrived yesterday and can bo week. found at Dfc Watkins' office. Rev. Penrod, Rev. Bruncr nnd Bro. G. W. Jordan & Co., furniture dealers Batmen assisted hero during tho Associawill sell you anything in the house furtion. nishing lino on weekly payments. C. C. Whitehead bns purchased nil tho Mr. Robt. Batt, who was reported so apples in our section nnd is busy shipsick in last week's issue, died last Fri- ping. day night. Ho leaves a wifo and several Mrs. East and children, of Alton, havo children to mourn his loss. been visiting her. sister, Miss Mnggio Mr. D, W. Sloan left Monday with a Pleasant. numbor of hands to open up a coal mine More strangers hero last week attendon' Simmons' land below Owensboro. ing the Association than we havo seen His initio hero will still be operated by for a long time. Ins son, W. D. Sloan. Miss Lucy Hicks, of Don Juan, who Dr. Rhcn, tho specialist, was hero last has been the guest of Miss Minnio Polk, week to fill his tegular appointment in has returned home. this city. Ho is a worthy physician and Mrs. Hawley and daughter, of Hawesdeserving of tho liberal patronage given villo, who have been visiting Mrs. Grace him through the country. England, have returned home. Tho new jail nt Hardinsburg is sbapc-in- g Mr. Chris Pcrrigo and children, of into largo and elegant propotions. It Cloverport, were tho guests of Mrs. is n very hnndsoino building gentlemen, and the News congratulates you on your Waldo Simons nnd family Sunday. M.Frank nnd C. C. Whitehead shipgood taste and judgement. Mrs. E. A. Baldwin was in tho city last ped a large lot of applos south on tho stcqmor Congo on her Inst trip down. week and secured signers to her daugho Mrs. Jennie Simons has beon spendter's, Miss Matthews, bond for tno in this city. Miss Mattbows has ing a few days at Hito's Run, called there not yet made her appearance on tho by tho illness of her mother, Mrs. Smart. grounds, but sho is expected at any moMiss Vnndn Boultinghouso and Mr. ment. Wilson Adams wore married at CnnnclEverybody in this town will bo pleased ton Wednesday a week ngo. Wo wish to know that Bro. W. O. Brandon has tho young couplo nil tho bnppiness this been sent back to us. Ho is a fine pastor world nflbrds. and the church under bis cbargo has BEWLEYVILLE. prospered and built up. Tho people generally, and tho members of all deGivo tho Cnsh Storo a call this week nominations love him and his excellent and seo tho now goods coining in. o wifo nnd will give them a hearty Died, nt his home in Fnlls City, Neb., back. Hero's our band Bro. Brandon, may God bless you and yours, nnd Sept. 7, 1891, Mr. Wm. Blnnford. Denil of us, nnd give us a happy, healthful ceased wns a brother of Hon. Clfas. Blnnford, of this place, nnd was woll known and prosperous now Conference year. Mr. William Kingsbury was walking throughout this county, whoro bo has up town last Friday about noon nnd in many relatives and friends, who will crossing tho railroad tract came very near lenrn with deep regret of his death. being run down by tho cast bound local Hon. Clias. Blnnford will leave in a few freight. Mr. Kingsbury is very deaf, his days for Falls City to look nfter the of his brother. eyesight is not very good oithcr, so ho walked right up to tho track and just as Gratifying to All. be was in tho act of stepping on to it he The. high position attained nnd tho discovered tho engino in looked up nnd a, fow feet of him. Ho stepped back and universal acceptance and npprovnl of tho in doing so fell brusing his face and one pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup df arm considerably. It is not known Figs, as tho most excollont laxative whether tho engino struck him or not, it known, illustrate tho value of tho quali is thought it did not. Ho is all right ties on which its success is based and' now, being able to sit up. Ho mado a are abundantly gratifying to tho Cnlifor-i- n Fig Syrup Company. very narrow escape. -post-ofllcwol-comcs-ta- to Thos. M. Wntkins went to Louisville Monday. sulky. Aprons, aprons, a nice lino, just receivMr. Bryan, tho music man, was heie ed, Sulzcr's. la'sf week. Bottom prices on furniture nnd carpets Tho'mnterial for Mr. Scott Avery's liouso .Ionian & Co. bos arrived ' ' i Short & Ilaynes will fill your prescripMr. Commodore Polk is quite ill with tions carefully, typhoid fever. Kockcrs and cbnirs in great varhty at Miss Frankie RofT is clerking for Mr. . Jordan & Co. J. D. Cockrell. Folding beds, easy rockers, etc., nt Everett Cockrell bns gone to Franklin at G. W. Jordan & Co. to attend school. Jim Kobnrds baa tho frame of his new Your correspondent is spending a fow dwelling on tho pike up. days in Cnnnclton. Miss Florenco Lowis has a position Tho infant child of Mr. W. W. Lamb with Vm. Vest & Sons. was buried Inst week. Judgo Wilkereon is nt French Lick John nnd Zolla Simons am attending Springs for his health. school in Cloverport. Buy your furniture of tho now installSchool opened Monday week with a ment dealers Jordan & Co. very good attendance. Henry Temple is at home with a very Miss Powell visited MnC Pcckenpaugh bad case of sprained ankle. during tho Association. Window shades, lace curtains, carpets Tho meeting was n grand success and and olL cloths at Jordan & Co. all enjoyed it very much. Mr. Johnnio Burns.has a very fine boy Mrs. F. Boultinghouse, of Cnnnclton, at his house, born, Sept. 13th. visited her daughter last week. guest of Miss Forrie Hardin was-th- o Mrs. Dr. Severs, of St. Minrad, visited Miss Jennie Warfield Monday. Miss Ilnttio Winchell last week. For fumituro on easy weekly payG. L. Polk, Thomas and J. O. Ryan atments call on G. W. Jordan & Co. tended the Rome fair last week. Monday was a very quiet day in Miss Mell Lyons visited hcrsister, Mrs. very few people in town. Tate, and attended tho fair last week. y for Mrs. II. V. Duncan leaves Mr. Edwin Polk nnd family, of Spencer to purchase her fall stock of county, Louisville visited relatives hero last week. millinery. Most of theso items wero intended for Mrs. Wm. Hall and daughter, Letitia, last week, but failed to roach "ye ediarc visiting her brother, B. G. Tnrpin, at Har-dinsbur- g, to-da- Men's, buy. Don't Now is ilolny buying because tho snow is not on tho ground. ' Prices tho proper timo, when tho stock iB new nnd complete bargains will not be any lower Inter on. Don't wait for You will get advertised by some houses later in the season. e nothing but shop worn goods several seasons old, and dear at any price You will get honest goods nnd honest bargains with us all tho year round. See our superb'stock of Fall Ovor coats. so-call- old-styl- You Will Find Us IN THE DRY G-OOD- at the Top TTTsTtf With more New Xovcltlcu, Fresh Style, Unique Attractions and JJeauliful GoodB than ever. WINTER e01cl & hi. The BIG To buy your Fall and Winter Goods is now ofered. OUR ENORMOUS mm S and fielEST CHANCE Reliable" Clothiern Louisville, Ky-- STOCK OF SEASONABLE fiucli Qualities and jhicIi Trices wa havo never before been able to offer our FlE'sT-CLAS- IS OPENED AND READY. STOCK, STYLES aokSlWCE of Cor. Third and Market, i 72DML7 lOtiiue CUlUQ QUALITY With Prices strictly Pair. F Do not miss the Grand HARDINSBURG, KY. For tho benefit of icni AT o PHY POOPS AND NOTIONS. JEnB&m'T DRESS GOODS, -- : Fine Flannels and Woolens, Goods Never So Good nnd Never Cheap. :- ituit once nnd see .the Newest Designs nnd Finest Styles tho Season in CilHl vWuiithur !Dxy So LOW TlUmt -:- - WATER :- - MARK -:- - FIGURES. .FANCy GOODS, NOTIONS AND NOVELTIES, ure n Itevehriioxi in IJeauty, Merit nnd Cheapness. AND THE FAIREST FIGURES. TOE .NEWEST .IDEAS, THE GREATEST VARIETY Saturday, Sept. 26th, 1891, Even-bod- y Prices Within ite Reach of All, and Now fs The lime to lu. - is delighted with our display of Fall and Winter Goods nnd you will be. Remember, We Stand at the Top in Style, Quality and Variety. ST.ROMAULD'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Everything will he prepared in the way of amusements that will make it a pleasant day for all. An elegant More buyers are wanted to move this large fctock, and no inducements will be left unmade to sell the Goods. Dinner for 25 Cents Will bo served on the grounds. The ladies will do their best to please the host Music by Elder's String Band and the Mechanics' String Band. John Ilouen, STTXjZIEIRS, - Cloverport, K, M ZP3 GET THE BEST. Tho Best is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Best is good enough for tho mnn who respects himself and loves his family. Such n nnn always wants the Best Groceries, nnd buys them of John Itcilloy, O&car Burch, Lon. Jarboc. Miss Mary Paul has recently returned from n short visit to relatives in Clover- port. Mcsdnmcs Alonzo Bennett, GrilTin Dowcll, Hettio McCaus and Katie Uurk-harvisited rolntivcs at Buck Grove last. week. dt A Valuable Book. Mr. B. F. Biggs, of Madisonville, Ky., and ono of tho publishers of Dr. Edward Bobinson's Biblo Encyclopedia, is in our city in the interest of said work. This work is tho latest and best help to tho intelligent study of tho HolyScript-ure- s nnd bns been especially arranged for tho use of Sunday School Superintendents, Teachers, Scholars nnd Biblo Students. It is masterly in production, profound in scholarship, comprohensivo in treatment. It is something that should bo in every homo wo think. Tho Nnws has secured a copy and can say that it is nil it is represented to bo. Mr. Biggs has already supplied some of our best citizens, and contemplates operating tho cntiro county. He authoro izes us to say that ho is anxious to as many good agents as ho can. This company, unlike other publishers, must seo tho parties wishing agency before tboy can bo appointed. Below nro somo of tho parties that havo accepted tho book and what some of them say about it. Prc-sldt- nt Excursion Rates to Louisville. Tho Louisville, St. Louis &. Texas R'y will sell round trip tickets to Louisvillo at one faro from nil stations for all trains September 30th nnd morning train of October 1st, good for return passage on any train up to and including October 5th, 1891. Their, object in making theso low rates and long limit is to cnahlo its patrons to attend tho Fall Commercial Celebration, Satellites of Mercury, Elegant Stroct Parade, Exhibition Drill Louisville Legion, Bicyclo Tournament, Association Base Ball Games, to witness tho beautiful illumination of tho city and above all, to givo you plenty of timo to do your shopping mid visit friends. For further information call on nny agent for tho company or address S. A. "Wikki,, G. P. A. ' knowing that ho always keeps proper prices. Sj. H. nOOZEWUr.-A.IfcT- , tho. Best that tho market nflbrds nnd retails them nt Mrs. Blytbo and son, Thomas, of near Hardinsburg, wero visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. C. Tousoy, Monday. B. F. Beard & Jil,HslHiKwBwlln "JfJISiiSMtsVisssssssssssssssssssssssssssr'tH Co. The Davis Quilter. g, STEPHENSPORT. Seo Davts Quiltcr. J, T. Hanks bns been at homo for a fow days. Master Roy Brashear wont to Union Star-Monda- Miss Helen Brashear wont to Rock-po- rt tobacco. Curcslndlgcstlou, lllllousness, Dyspepsia. Malaria Nervousness, ana General Debility. . riml sell It. Genuine claw recommend It. All dealersUue on wrappec bag trade mark and crowed red mmr BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Saturday. Eugcno Connor and family moved to Saniplo last'wcok. Miss Bertha Ferrigo was homo last week from Now Albany. Mr. Eddio Brashear, of Hawesvillo, was in town Monday. Mr. Creed Ilaynes, of Rock Haven, is tho guest of Miss Sal i o Davis. J. W. Jarrett went to Hardinsburg Monday to attend County Court. Messrs; Amos Board and Clint Hook, of Hardinsburg, woro in town Thursday. Mr. JofT. Hook, of Hardinsburg, was tho guest of Miss Georgia Hawkins last week. Messrs. Claronco Keith and Orvillo Gregory, of Cloverport woro in town last Thursday. Mrs. Jano Brooks and Miss Com Smith of Hardinsburg, woro tho guests of Mrs. A. T. Bennett last weok. Misses Nat, Annio and Mr. Marsh of Alton, woro tho guests of Mrs, Chns. Wadllngtoa Inst week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robt. Connor, of Dorby, passed through town Thursday on route to Cloverport to visit Mr. Tjp. Connor. Mm. Jas. Fayno, Mrs. E. II. Miller nnd daughter, Miss Violet, Messrs. Cabb Hall, Androw Claycomb, Jr., and Dr. Nappcr attended tho Bap'tist Association at Hardinsburg last wcok. 1 Fill-linwid- Daviess County Fair. Tho Louisvillo,St. Louis & Texas R'y Bible in our churches, In tho Sunday school wilbrun a special train between Clover- nnd in the family circle. W, S. Ryland, port and Owcnsboro on October 7, 8, nnd A. "O. Murphy. 9th, nccount of tho Daviess County Fair From Elder J. S, Fall, of the Christian nt rnto of one faro for tho round trip. church, Itussellvlllo, Ky. Oct. 13, 1891. .The Uubsku,V!I.i.k, Train will leave Cloverport at 8:05 a. m., Bible Encyclopedia Ky., bpok of valuable faots is a returning leavo Owonsboro nt 5:30 p, in. -- not commentary a book entertaining in stuThis special train will stop at all inter- convenient form information which everywhich dent of tbo Scriptures must have nnd passengers. mediate stations to pick up has not so far as I know boen hitherto presentIn addition to tho abovo, tickets will ed in such compact readily accessible shnpo. bo on salo for all regular trains from I heartily commond it. J. S. Fall. October flth to tho 10th inclusivo, good .From J. P. Goodion, Pastor of M. E, church for return pnssngo until tho 10th. Seo Hawesvillo, Ky. I havo examined with care and interest the Binnll bills. Bible Enoyolopodla by Edward Robinson, 1). S. A. Wikki., G. P. A. I). L. L. V. and recommend It for all families . IlAimi.vsnuKo, Ky., Aug.. 28, 181)1. pro-eurKnow nil men by theso presents, that wo tho undersigned citizens of Brcckcnriilgo County, Kentucky, havo seen Davis Quilter on exhibition hero in our city, and wo do cheerfully recommend it to tho ladies of our town nnd county, as a very valuable nnd labor saving invention : V. G. Babbago, Mayor of tho City. Burrel Beard, Beard Hotel, S'. Ryland, Prosldont of tho Bethel From W. Amos .uonru, Hotel Ulerk, College, llussellvillo, aud Prof. Murphy, J. B. Buzby, Liveryman, of Logan Female Col logo, Itussellvlllo, J. II. Glasscock, Merchant, Ky. J. II Lcnnin, Editor Republic, Husskllviixk, Ky., Oct. 30, 1890. Tho Mrs. S. A. Hnfloy & Co., Dry G'ds, lltblo Encyclopedia edltd by Edward Hobln-so- n Clayton Beard, Carpenter, is a valuable work adapted to the wants of R. P. Shacklett, Prin. High School Sunday school workers, teachers and pupils, compaot and economical form supplying In a Jolly Mcndor. Merchant, tbo matorlnls whioh one would otherwlso hare G. J. Getzondanner, Tinnor, to soarch whole Ilbartos to obtain. The name C. E. Haswcll, Merchant, of its learned author, ono of the foremost Thos. Adkisson, County Judge, is a guarantee of fldi-llscholars of the day, R. S. Skillman, Clerk B. O. C. und authority. I hope the book will find T, A. McGill, Deputy County Clerk students of the a large sale among the earnest Ilib-Ileal tv WsSilBliH SPWrtlB sssBH BVSsssKjsssssssssssssssssB Are offering this sonson tho greatest bargains" in J1U9. Beard, Morclmht, Jcsso "Whitworth, R. R. Agent, E. E. Rhodes, Sowing Mnch. Ag't, Alf. Allen, Lnwyor, "Wm. II. Boll, Merchant, John Slnton, Jniler, "W. S. It. XU1I1UI, Dlllll. Ui OUI1UU1B, Ever displayed before tho public. Thoir TAKE NOTICE $25 Special Chamber Suit Is something never seen before. It hus been ordered by the City Council that each person cut the weeds in front of thotr ro. spectlve homes or place of business and keop them out from now on. This will bo considered due notice. It. B. Piorce, M. 0. 0. NOTICE. W. II. Lyon, Sheriff of Hancock county, before advertising lands for taxes, you had bolter examine you records, if you keep any. You havo advertised my land for taxes for the year 1888. I havo your receipt in full for that year signed by yourself. I expect to bold you accountable for your fulso advertisement. Sept, 21, 1891. David W. Sloan. It is a Sixteenth Century Oak or Maple Suit, with a d, riymouth, Co., la., May, 1889. from temporary sleeplessness from ovorwork for two years, for which I used Pastor Kocnlfj'a Nerve Tonlo, and can recommend satne as tho bust tnedlolue for similar1 troubles. P. BOHNHOItST. CiiANcr, Term., October, 1890. Owing to a runaway about a year ago, ray oon rns thrown from a wagon and severely hurt about the head. For many days ho was entirely bcsldo himself and raving, and neodod continual vn tchlng. At this tiuiq I loomed of Pastor 's Nerve Tonlo and at onco ordered a bottle. After I hod given him tio second doso ha foil into a quiet sleep and ceased raving. The next day ho was much bettor, and when he hod used up tbo oontenta of tho bottle ho was entirely restored and i a so still. I'lWD DEItSK WEIL Lis Mahs, 1 Buffered Koo-nlc- Itccoinnioudcd an tlio Best. IX w sJU.75. U Sip M D nnd students of tho Biblo, as Interesting and valuable in the study of Ood's Word. I hope it may find its way Into many families for ro fercrico und eloso study. I would say to tbo aged and to tho young, buy and rend the book. Most Respectfully, J. V Uoodaon. From J. S. Coleman, Pastor of Hartford full size Bed, handsomely carved, with an elegant Wash-stanand the Dresser with this Suit is equal to any Dresser m a $50 Sot, Avith an olegant lifo sizo Gorman plato glass. This bargain is something ncvpr-seobefore, cheaper ' than wholesale prices. "Wo oxpect to soil 100 of those n Valuable I"HrP-- A IMboukoh seut nook toon Nervous any address, ireo LULL and poor patients can lw obtain I If I BlLsEa this inodlcluo ficoof charge. N Kits reaiody has been prepared by the Itoverend Koenla.pt Fort .Wayne, Ind. since URH. ana snow prepared under bis UlvocUon by the Seo Davis Quiltcr. KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. SeWbyDrwnrUteatSlperBotUe. 6fecW. Idtrxe tflze, Uettlea fer 9. the new comprehensive Biblo Enoyolopcdla, edited by Edward Robinson, and published by B. F. Rlggs & Co., and take pleasure in say-fn- g that tho compass of this book, its completo ness of its arrangement, its adaptodness to aid all classes of Blbte students, and tbo almost inurnerablo help it supplies by its explanatory and articlo notes, makes it altogether a most convoulent and valuable assistant in the study Wbleh fills a long felt of English Scriptures. vacancy In the lino of explanatory works, especially as it relatos to the common reader, I therefore uke pleasure in introducing Mr. n B. V. Rlggs, who will present the above work for the examination of the public. J. S, Coleman. Clovorport, Ky. Mrs. J. T. Oweot F. N. D'Huy, M. Uambleton, Jno. D. Bobbago, Mrs, 0. llautinan, Mrs, I), R, Murray, Wm, Vest, Julius 0, Nolle, Mrs. A. J. dross, . 8. P. Conrad, J, J Dyer. tnsn-Ho, Baptist church. To all whom it may concern. This is to state that I havo oxalmcd with aliroly interest Seo Davis Quiltcr. Suits this year. . Call and boo it. SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsbury, Ky Sulzor's Tailoring Department. Valuable Timber Land. Tor Salo 150 or 200 acres of fine tlmbor land, within of a wile of Sample Station, on the Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Hallway. For particulars write the under-slgno- d at Union Star, Ky. WM. MILJfKR, one-four- Sir. J, II. Ilunsche, tho 1'oroman of our Tailoring Department will visit Clouna aro now placoa, owing to verport, ovory Friday of each week. Ho their superiority, preeminently nbovo ovory thing lmrotoforo produced in this lino, will carry with him n full lino of Samples xnnjr nro ftoicnowiouBOioy exports to do representing our Stock of Piece Goods, panoothV conatruatod tho flnost nnd most Lonsos KNOWN, and aro peculiarly adapted which comprises nil tho deslrablo Standto oorroetlmr tho various vldunl Imporfno- HonB. A trial of tho KOWNOOB will ronvlinxj ard and FnncyStylcs introduced this Ool. FA, Bennett and family, it Shm you tiiov aro PERFECT SIGHT RENEWC8S. Ho will be pleased to moot you at mereeat, woro in town Saturday, ErjPalrWwrRld. nbovo plnco nnd data and recoivo your For Salo by mUHIIsissflsmd A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician odror. Kespectfully, THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Aro tho result of years of Boiontlflo oxpor-Imentlntr. cfifi sca-bo- r. Prescriptions Eoc61t6 Careful Attention. 6. L. Sui.zEn. i 0L0VKKP0UT, KY, Buy tho Monarch shirt, it tho beat. 0 llsssf m II IHura4u out Mivitw R.M UIBM i AIHUIIU waaArissMfa " "Tm J i. -- if Christ's Coat Those who havo been trying to keep tin with tho times by reading tho press dispatches concerning tho holy coat recently put on exhibition nt Troves, the old town in Rhenish Prussia, havo failed, of course, in finding tho Information that would naturally bo most interesting, vIk How and whero tho sacred garment has been kept during tlio past nineteen centuries. Tho purpose of this noto is to enlighten tho Republic's reader on this important point. Tho coat 1& said to havo been spun by tho Virgin Mary herself from tho wool of a lamb and woven into a gray coat by St. Helena, on tho Mount of Olives. It came into tho hands of a Jow soon after tho crucifixion, who throw it into the sea tho blood-stain- s would not wash out. A whalo swallowed it. Tho whalo was caught by a fisherman and the gray coat found in its belly. It was next sold to Orendcl, son of Eygel, a Christian King of Troves, for thirty pieces of silver Orondol deposited it in a stone coffin. Being discovered it became a sacred relic and has Bince been kept at tho Cathedral of Troves. St. Louts Republic. be-cau- Why They Failed. Tho New York l'a'ss has been publishing letters from people explaining why they wero not successful in life. Wo make extracts : My marriage. A public'offico. Mado no homo for myself. Suffered from the 'big head.' Becauso my conscience was always my. master. l'lnyed poker to frequently to attend to my business. Tho vain notion that New England ideas could bo carried out on southern soil by men not to the manor born a fool's errand surely. Because I was taught Christian principles and then turned out in my childhood to make my way in an unchristian world. Because I was tho round slick in tho square hole. Because with an anient," artistic nature, I havo been obliged to make nn hourly fight for a mere subsistauco. Because I married to young and married tho wrong person. Becauso I listened to tho ndvico of my friends. Becauso to become rich or successful in worldly ways one must put his conscience aside. Becauso God Almighty never intended, that ono man should bo rich and another want for bread. Becauso it Is a sin against nature to take advantages of tho neceasities of others. Becauso without money it is impossible that I should bo anything but a failure, and I would bo ashamed to havo more than my share of this world's property unyhow. Sarsaparilla cleanses blood, increases the appetite and up tho system. It has benefitted peoplo who hnve suffered from disorders. It will help you. Sold W. Short. Do Witt's Daviess County -. .- -. .- FAlJ JzLiJd-JrJXlEJ- j" AT OWENSBORO, KY., COMMENCES 33 J!, MAILORDERS it- -: Solicited for tlio OCTOBER OFFICERS Dr. C, H, TODD, 6th, Treasurer, Secretary, tMmAMtow II And "Continues Five Days. Mi Smekt. .Jf yqu want a o white shirt, and ono that Is M in every way a perfect fit, send us IfilSl, and tho sir-- wanted, ami wo will on tho receipt of tho SI Bend you a Biwrc posi jhuu. j, represented V , If tho shirt la not as vnn nrn at lihortv to return It. and 1 1 your money will be refunded. P ' J President. Vice President, A, C. TOMPKINS, PHIL. T. WATKIMS, J, W, CAM, D3T!JC7 lipid "TTNi SmTWwEu0 wSwfTtrW PREMIUMS. T,TT1? Premiums this -- . v .'.' W. 1IIIIU 4ftntn II lm,n 3 ,.,... En ... nil U..-aivta u "-' Lt hfr H, Hi, lo, ioj, ii, mj, Kidnoy and liver troubles should A fino line of Fall and, "Winter ,1, never bo. neglected. A stitch in timo Underwear just received. j , saves death. Mr. W. Y. Bates, Marietta, 4C S. C, writes: "Lightning Kidney A ,V0. D. BABBAGE, Liver Remedy is tho best liver medlcino FURNISHINGS. AGENTS I over saw. I had been taking other medicines, but got no relief until I took uiuroi pull, Ligtning Kidnoy & Liver Remedy, I rej) . C. BABBAGE, Manager. commend it to all who suffer witli liver or kidney troubles." 5 i. theatre nro year pmctlcnlly tho samo as Inst year, which assures a maintenance of tho nigh standard of tixcollent Inhibitions in tho amphiof Horses, Cattle, Sheep and I logs. . IT IS THE BEST! Becauso ' ' , It is a positive Forco Fouu. It is tho only ono made that is a'Forco Feed. -- - FLORAL HALL. Tmis tho desire of the Fair Company to approach aa nearns possible the idea of an -- It avoids nil guc'ss work, It is guaranteed to sow nil kinds' Try Our phosphate. ' ; ' " exposition in tho Flontl Hall Department, In addition to the premiums offer- ij. ed on all products of tho Farm, Garden nnd Handiwork of tho Housewife, Artist nnd Seamstress, liberal inducements arp given to exhibitors of Musical Instruments, - '" - v Sewing Machines, Klegant and Costly Merchant's Display, Etc. I ip&&Gt&i IB Celebrated Cleveland Dryer Fertilisers. i There Is Nothing in the Size of a Baby. Tho following leading editorial from an esteemed rural contemporary shows conclusively tho fallacy of a popular journalistic practice. Doubtless tho writer has had twins: "Why is it that when parents announce tho birth of a child they always mention tho weight? Is it considered a credit to tho father, tho mother or tho infant? This .is particularly tho case with young married people. Parents of ago and experience know that tho care, anxiety nnd labor of raising a baby are not in proportion to tho number of pounds it weighs. Six pounds of baby represent just as manv nights of floor walking as ten pounds, and an eight-poun- d baby can hold as much colic as a twelve-poundeIn fact, when youcomo to weigh littlo incidentals like these, you will havo to throw away tho steelyards and bring out the hay scales." Cincinnati Post. . r. ' SPEED RINGS. HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply Houso, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1891. Rings arc acknowledge ns a legitimato the TT'Wn'K'T? proper restrictions Speed offered being a matter of importance to JJJlilvCCfisory (Q Pairs, tho prizes tones the farming class, as it stimulates the breeding of better stock. Tho racing as heremany tofore, will bo honest nnd under Iho supervision of competent judges, who will enblood force discipline, and exact clear and fair contests and nward the prizes only to those by G. who honestly win." HARDINSBURG, KY. Our Infant Industries. ROCK VALE. ricnty of rain. Crops looking well. School woll attended and flourishing. AVe note with tho deepest regret the illness of Mrs. Polly Howard. Dr. and Mrs. It. T.Dempsterleavcsoon for a visit to friends in Millwood. .Too Jones is still of tho opinion that things are lovely in this community. "VVe will probably soon have a protracted meeting in progress at tlio school-housd o. How-arit is for some folkH to catch a "Dean," hut "Jess" lets them continue to try. When ono gets sick at Glendeano it's "Owen" to his contemplation of inatri-moneOh ! how slick some people are. Somebody mustjio in "Ernest" when ho objects to his parties fishing with a "Hook" with tho hope of catching "Moorman.", Our merchants being so over-ru- n with work havo been obliged to increase their force by importing a now clerk from tho Falls City. Rock Valo refused to receivo the rubbish shipped her from Glendeano on Inst Saturday and promptly forwanled it to HardinBburg. It has long been said that tho "Rose" is the fairest of all flowers, but Mr. Joe Howard seems to differ by evincing a great preferenco for "Lillies." Dr. Acker's English Fills. Are active, cfiectivo and pure. For sick headache, disordered stomach, loss of appetite, bad complexion and bilious-nea- s, they havo novor been equaled, cither in America or abroad. For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and WUt it Mcador, Hardinsburg, Ky. y. Perhaps not a single child of all thoso Monday who walked into a school-roomorning of Inst week realized that ho was ono of nbout 13,000,000 other littlo follows whoso hearts were, that morning a good deal heavier than their bpoks. Yet such is tho case. Tho primary-schooof the United States now cnroH upwards of 1.1,000,000 pupils, and for these pupils nbout IOOiOOO teachers nro employed, nt an expenso of $150,000,000. Last year, this country expended a larger amount of tnonoy on her public-school- s than nil Great Britiun, Germany and France. This simple statement of facts Don't fritter away your hard earning includes only the primary department of on other remedies, when "C. C. 0. Cer- public schools, nnd docs not take into tain Cough Curo" is guaranteed to give calculation tho higher grades of public schools, normal schools, seminaries, colsatisfaction. Sold by Short & Hayncs. leges or universities. Tho enormous aggregate of sums yearly paid these instiJudge Waxem's Folitical Proverbs. tutions is not estimated. Glory don't pay campanc expenses. Tills is a great country, nnd our A campanc speaker on tho stump ain't nro rcn8onnbly well looked aflike a man on tho witness stand. ter, so far as education goes. Glasgow ' W kV tariff bill sometimes blows out at the Times. ls infant-industri- MECHANICAL. tho of Machinery, Stovcsand addition to tho usual In ry .'Carriaires, WagonsdisplayVehicles of all kinds, amnioUtensil ofpowerhusbandsteam and furnislied to mako a propordisplay of overy kind of Machinery. ' HERE WE ARE AGAIN will bo ! Furniture in endless variety. I am now back at my old ADMISSION. of age, 15c ; Children under stand and reAdults 25c ; Children 0 years ntul under 15 years 0 yenrs, FHEU j All vehicles and animals, VKKH ; Admission to GrantLStand 10c ; spectfully solicit First day, ladies and children under 15 years, FUICK. For further particulars see the patronage of largo posters and premium lists. the public. ' --- J. W. CAllTEli, OUU GREAT Seouetaiiy. Reduction Sale GEO. A ! His Rooms Crowdod. Everybody Satisfied, and Many Praise Him. FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing, llouest Prices. es YE&KEt imANDENHURG, & CO., KY., tctch-hol- c. such It is eosyer to bo honest in oils than it poisons as scrofula, Bkin disease, eczema is to be honest gittin' thar. rheumatism. Its timely use saves many A politlclo pull is worth money to the lives. Sold hy G. W. Short. man that's got it. Some pattriotism needs disinfectin'. More Truth than Poetry. Just at tlic- - vcrce nCilan;cr, ,,ot licfurc, A good many politicle rags is hung on Gol and the iloctnr we ailnrc. tho color lino to dry. Whenthe dancer1 o'er and iill things riglitud The Amerikin cngelnin'tgothisgroaht GrxUs fnr,'otti:ii,;iriil the plighted. by n good dcol yit. I)r. Stlllwcll A man thnt will go back on his party Perfect action and perfect health result because it won't give him what ho asks from tho use of DoWitt's Littlo Early fer, hadent better bo left alone with the Risers, a perfect littlo pill. Sold by G. campanc funds. W. Short. A citizen that kin voto and won't vptc ought to be made to vote. Detroit Free Keeping Up Her Record. Press. Mamma Sallio if you had n littlo spunk you'd stand better in your class. We cannot afford to deceive you. ConfiDo you know what spunk is ? dence is begotten by honesty. Do Witt's Sallio (moodily) I supposo it's tho Littlo Early Risers nro pills that will past participle of "spnnk," mamma. curo constipation and sick headache-S- old by G. W. Short. ihx-to- DoWitt's Sarsaparilla destroys reduction In the prices of goods tbiit will Insuro a large reduction in the alio of our stock. Wo havo more Spring goodi than we should havo, nt this season, and must move them at any loss. Tho moat Jculrahlo gooils In the liouio have been selected for the sacrifice, anil nt these prices will surely nttract large crovrils of purchasers. Here Is a partial list of our wonderful attractions, and we have thousands of others just like them, S ureu URE FOR CMU1S& FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS. Ucents I DOCTOR JH CLOTHING. $10 for our merchant tailor suits, reduced from 21! dollars. $12 for our flno suits, men's and youth's, reduced from $18. $9 98 for all suits In corkscrew, wotstods, Ac, reduced from $15. $7 49 for all suits all wool goods In chovolts, reduced from $12. $4 93 for all wool suits for men and youths, nlco goods, from $8. 49 cents for bluo FOR SALE BY ALU DRUGGISTS. PREPAREDBY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R MED.CO. ST.LOUIS MD. every WATERPROOF COLLAR or 'if;l;''..7't::::!"r,:' CUFF cottonado pants bull-do- g mako. vss SHOES $1 24 for our best calf reduced from $1. CO, PE UP TO THE MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON TXTot to Stl3ll1;2 Ability and Attention to Business Pays. Whether luck or brains is tlio more potent is still a dcbatnblo question, but tho combination is irresistible. Twenty years ago a bright young fellow from the country was conductor on ono of the street railroads of tho metropolis. Ability and attention to business secured his promotion step by step until he was mado superintendent of tho road. At this point ho lost his wife, and ono of tho largest stockholders, who was also as official in tho company, died about tho same time. Tho rising man married tho widow, stepped into his predecessor's official shoes and handles his wealth as if ho had been accustomed to it all his life. From which it appears that tho bright young car conductor can hopo to cut his coupons before' his hair turns gray. X. Y. Sun. Man is tlio highest order of created beings becauso ho has the most brain power. That's why, when he works for a living, wo call him n " hand." Brutes are beneath man becauso they have less binin power. That's why wo count cattle by tho "head." You never tried Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers for constipation, billiousness, sick headncho or you would not have these diseases. Sold by G. W. Short. 'none such',' .98 for a good full stock brogon, reduced from $1 25. $1 49 for men's sewed shoes, in all styles and sties, formcly $2. A full line of Duell & Sons celebrated And fn chargo of tho Electrical and SurShoes for men and boys, all styles and sizes gical Department of tho Medical Instiat greatly reduced prices. $1 21 for ladies' bright Dongola kid Shoes tute, Louisville, Ky., will ho at the with or without patent tip, in button or in CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., front Inco. These are fine goods, reduced from tiro dollars. A large stock of ladles' low shoes, all styles, to closo them out, at and below cost. brnnn, DR. REA, Celebrated Specialist, D. BEARS THIS RJARK. TRADE LLULOiD mark. NEEDS NO LAUNDERINQ. CAN BE WIPED CLEAH IN A MOMENT. Monday, Oct. 12. '91 Ami Dry-Good- s and Notions Itcliirii livery I'niir Wcclu During tho Vcar. Merchants Who Advertise. Merchants who permanently advortiso create tho impression of strength and of soundness. People at least feel that those who keep their names before tho public nro solid and substantial. Goods Chronicle. Dry 5Ak for mile In your ilncu milt your la oend for cntiilnmii', nccuro llie nitrucy, mill set tlicni fur you. BPTAKK NO HUI1ST1TUTU.JW my fluent Tor W. I,. Dnwrlaii Simon, ' Thcro are few more dangerous diseases SLi7 ' j than dysentery, dlarrhuia and flux. Tho mortality among infants is greater from cholera infantum than any other disease. Lightning Hot Drops will positively cure A Living Example Generally. Children like it. all these ailments. "What is the easiest way to learn the WHY IS THE Keep a bottlo in tlio houso j it will often ?" nsked n husbnnd save a doctor bill. All dealers sell it. habit of of a philosopher, nnd tho philosopher 25 and 60 cents. replied promptly : CEN??V1EN WORLD FOR THE MOW? BEST S HO E "Wnteh your wife." Somcrvillo Jour- THE Is a seamless sboe, IN THEno For tho first timo in years the muniIt with tacks or was to tiurt ttie teel; mado o: tho beat fino calf, thread ityllali cipal election at Newport, Rhode Island, nal. and easy, and vecauta tes maka more ihoet of thli grade titan any other manufacturer, lt cqualj resulted in a Republican overthrow, Peoplo with impuro blood may bo said CR shoes costluf from il.U) to 63.00.the Duett call OO tlciiinliii) llaml-aowrDemocrats electing tho mayor, a full for PkJs to exist, not live. Life is robbed of half Imported shoe erer offered from 5.0U equal! French shoes which coit t!.lU $Vi.W. ealf. board of six aldermen and eight of the Whop, flno RA 00 its joys wlion the blood is loaded with ttyllth, nomfartalilo and durable. The beat P 15 councilmcn. iboo over oflered at tbla price i same grade as custoimpurities und discaso, Correct this shoe coallne from VIM to ISM). lien condition with DcAVitt's Sarsaparilla. it 7Ja 30 1'oIIcb Hlioni Farmers, nallmad coif, andlrfstterCarrHiraallweartbcnii line Figure and Style. seamless, imooth lnalde, hear three Holes, exten. is reliuble. Sold by G. W. Short. alonedire. Oue pair will wear a year. no "Rut, good gracious, couslder her ahoe ever offered at CO all linn cnlfiono betterwill convince those 7&a thla price) trial stylo 1" Thero are about 0,000 Odd Fellow who want a ahoti for comfort and aervlce. "1& nd WorUliiifiiinn'd "On tho otherjhand, my boy, look at Lodges in the United States, with a CO ara very 8'i.OO and durable. Tnoio aboei " atrouit wbo She's worth half a million." membership of over 700,000. Their cap- uuTQ given incm airiai wm wearnooinermaxo. nro her.liguro. anil 01.7a acnooi thVBall si Worn hvthfl lHlvlAV,rvwhnri anoea Boy Philadelphia Times. ital amounts to over $0,000,000 and their on tbeTr incrlla, na tho Increasing aalea abo w. d ahoe, best I strliac liougola, yearly disbursements to $2,000,000. latlUICO 83.00. vcryttylUhicquala French Imported ahoet coatliurfrnm l.u) to tixft. Renew your subscripiton now.- 1 ..j.ndlea' .30. tTi.OO mid 11.73 ahoe for Htyllab A very fino hunch of bananas, grown Mlaaea are the beat flneUongola. Uouglaaauddurable. you can't send a dollar for a year send namo and C'nullon. See that W, L. each ahoo. in Galveston, Tex., was exhibited in tlio pries are atamped on the Imttom ofUrocktoa, Mass. GO cfs. for six months or 25 cents for W. L. DOUULA3, Galveston chamber of commorco tho thrco months. BAUE n other day, Tho hunch carried 07 BOWMER & HAMBLETON Uuy the Monarch shirt, it is tlij) best. lMiwnas of cxcellont quality. CLOVERPOrVT' KY, Thousands and tens of thousands of bottles of "C. C. C. Certain Chill Curo" nro sold yearly nnd tho people nro constantly clamoring for more. Thov know a good thing when they try if Sold by Short Si Hayncs. fPi self-deni- W. L. DOUGLAS 83SHOE ham-sqht- d, m-mads so cents for extra heavy old Kentucky checks and stripes, reduced from 8 Five arid a half cents for nlco wool finish challles, reduced from seven and a half cts, 24 cents for all 'wool double width dress goods, checks, stripes, roduced from 49c. 14 cents for fine, black Lawns, In stripes, checks and grenadine patterns, reduced from 25 and 20 cents. 10 cts for sstne class, reduced from 15 cents. Our entire stock of fine dress goods comprising Henriettas, all shades, blaok Tauitso cloths, black Henriettas, Cashmeres, One French Satins, white nnd figured all woel Albatros, and In fact all our dress goods of all kinds go in this great Reduction Sale. Sea thesa goods bofore you buy. It will pay you. cents for fine quality sheer plain India Mull, reduced from 12 cents. 9 cents, One quality India Linen, from 9 cents, fine quality India Llnon, from IScc Sets, check and striped Muslins, from IS. 7c. for same, reducod from twelve cents, Sets for a nice long towel reducod from 10c lOo for misses' and children's black Lisle thread Hose, reduced from twenty five cts. So ladles' or gents' Handkcrcbelfs, from lOo. 12o fino French (llnghams, reduced from 25, 10c, all now Qingbams, from ISo 8o nlee dress Oinghains, reduced from 12J4o "We show yon a beautiful line of carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, Linen Throws, fine Smyrna Hugs, at prices which can not be duplicated any where. Ten cents for a good white wash Brush, Ten cents for a Ualvanlied Wash bowl, Five oents for a largo also Tin Wash I' an. Ten cents for large hammered brass Walter, Ten cents for Tin Millf Can. Ten cents for galvanised Lemon Squecter, Five cents for a large fire Shovel, Ono lot of Five cents for pspor of tacks. assorted putterns wail paper, at 3 and 4 cents. Don't forget the Ureal Keduotlon Sales, and place, 5 Dr. ltca has been connected with the largest hospitals In the country, nnd bus no superior In dl:ignosiiir and treating dlieat.es and deformities. He will rIvu I50 for any case tluit he cannot tell the disease und where located In five minutes. THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D COLLAR IN THE MARKET. WATERPROOF Treats all Cumhlo Medical and Surgical Diseases, JVeuto nnd OHItONIO CATARRH. Diseases of tho Eyo, Kir, Noso, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Uright's Disease, Diahetes, Kidneys. Liver, IJladder, Chronic Pcmolo and Sexual Diseases. EPILEPSY A I.ATJ5 Al.KXANDKH'S IIOTKI., 9 e THOROUGHLY OR US ll! ANJD IMPROVED. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. Jeflcrson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousLOUISVILLE, KY. RENOVATED 1, Positive Guarantee. Middle-Age- d A. W. Jones, Men Wit. Casleu. J.J. W. Sullivan, II. E.. LOGAN", J. L. Maishall, Clerks. C. PUMPIinKY. Manager. lie Young and stylo-dres- s Snficrlnjr from Spermatorrhea and linpntency as the result of self ahutc in youth or excess In ma-tur- cr years and other causes, producing some of the following cflccts: n emissions, blotches, ncrvouancs., dizziness, confusion of Ideas, aversion to society, defective memory a,nd sexual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for bualness or marriage, aru permanently cured by remedies npt Injurious. CASLER 11nikniir'iln n & PUIYIPHREY, EGGS A SPECIALTY. 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. Tolophono 449, Ring 4. LOUISVILLE, KY. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIR LINE. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS BUTTER AND Blood & Skin Diseases Syphilis nnd complications, as sore throat, full, Ing ofhair, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc., are perfectly eradicated without using mercury o other Injurious drugs. (I. E. & ST. l. n. II.) BANK OF ? SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DESX LIKE TO o-.- iiu Goo. Teakel & Co. BKANDENDUKQ, KY. Iliuid-nowt'- Gonorrohca, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary nnd Kidney trouble are speedily cured by treatment that has never fulled. He undertakes no Incurable cases, but cures thousands given up to die. Itemcmbcr tho date nnd come early, ns his rooms aie crowded wherever be Mops, ' Consultation free. Correspondence solicited and confidential. ADDHKSS, Mkoioal it SundtcAL Institute, No, 309 Fourth St., Loulsyillo, Ky. EAUDINSBURG Capital Stock $25,000. St, Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. 11. AND ALL POINTS West and lime-Ca- rl in Effect Dec, 15, F. I1GA11D, President. . . - full-grow- Fon ny Don't storm the system as you would a fort. If hold hy tho enomy, constipation, gently porsuado it to surrender with DoWitt's Littlo Early Itisors. These littlo pills nro wonderful convlncers. Sold hy G, AW Short. Ihvestigato their merits. DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers don't gripe, cause nausea or pain, which accounts for their popularity. G. W. ,Whojl'?Bays thoy would not run a drug storo without theso littlo pills. Lt, Louisville 8:45 a.m... 0:00 p.m... 4il0. p.m.. ArrSt. Louis 7:45 " ...7t2S " 9i50 p.m. Kvunsvillo 2:2S " For further Information, call on or adilrost, JOS. S.0DI0RNE, (Jon'l Pass. Ag't, Lounvlllo, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trr. Passu'r As't, Louisville, , K WrLL MILLER, Vlco.PresIdent. ' M. II. BEARD, Cashier. -Q.W. IlKAUD "J MORRIS KSKRID0E J R.M. JOLLY. INTEREST . . . . . Dlreoter. DEPOSITS r PAID ON TIME ''K. r "a, iitM j''"