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A Truo Man. "Arc my biscuits light, John r" asks the charm Ing young wife. 0 To ImDrtTo Toar'BBiIiiM Stir yourself. Stir your help. Stir your customers through the columua of thll paper. Don't let up, but keep uVcrlttitlnfr I at It. fc- - VOL. XVI. NO. 10; AVo ' -- . i V V V W, J, Piggoll. R. V. Jolly. Ii Boyd, IRVIHGTOH MILLIKG CO., IRVINGTON, KY. An she smiles on licr'huslund, mid be, With emphasis, answers. "They're lovely, my ' life. As light as the fnitn of tlio.sca." '! the steak rooked to suit yon f" slip gently Inquires. Anil he says, ni he smilingly nods, "It might have been cooked at celestial fires. And Is tender enough for the, gods." "And the colTec, that pleases )ou, too, does it dear r" Slic usks, ntcrjoyed with his praise. Which rather tban strains of sweet music she'd hear, "1 never drank better," he sajs. So she sits down beside iilm and with hi in par takes, And the rigid, no doubt will confess That If John tells her lies In the answers he makes, lie's it gentleman, nevertheless. St, Louis Globe Democrat. A WILD RUSH. V M 1 ( ? U 1 ,'ij V" 4 W. P. Harvey, representing tho Western liccordcr; A. S. Williams, of Bethel Collcgo ; J. W. AVar-de- r, Secretary of the Foreign Missionary Board; T. S. MeCall, President of Bethel Female Collego and M. M. Biloy, of Gcoigetown Collego, were quarter-section- s among our-vi- si tors. Tho next mutual meeting of tho Association will bo held with tho Clovcrport church, Clovcrpoit, Ivy., commencing about 5,000 settlers, allowing 100 acres Thursday beforo the' third Sunday in QUALITY GUARANTEED for each. There were on tho border Sept. 1892. waiting to claim tho available land fully Kov. AV. II. AVillianis will prcace the . . . . 15,000 people, so that there was thieo next introductory sermon. persons for each section. It was no It. P. SlIAeKI.KTT. wonder then that tho rush was a mad V 1 I one, for in this case, at least, tho rush It Works Wonders. was invariably to tho swift. The tonic and alterative properties of Like scenes havo never been witnessed S. S. S. aro now widely known, and it bofore, except when Oklahoma became enjoys wonderful popularity ns a' spring --f r r the people's two years ago. medicine. It is as perfectly adapted to Tho boomers had gathered for tho raco tho delicate systom of a littlo child as it mostly at Toheo on tho Iowa border, is to that of tho adult. It works wonders directly east ot Guthrie ; Langston at tho on those who uso it as a tonic, as an almiddlo boundary of Kickapoo reservaterative, and as a blood purifier. It gives tion (which was not included in tho open health, strength and heartiness to the hinds,) and at a point on tho I'ottawat-tomi- o sick and the feeble. It is adapted to tho border, directly east of Purccll. very young and tho very feeble. It reTho most desirable of lands are situated vives, renews and builds up tho feeblo How to savo money can bo told in tho Iowa and Sac and Fox reservation broken-dow- n system, by calling on the cheapest house and tho greater number of boomers or the " Just notice somo of naturally congregated around them. in tho world. BEWLEYVILLE. The boomers were distributed among the articles I offer for Low Prices Mr. EE. Ilardawoy is at home. and can furnish anything in the the various statting points about as follows : At Tohec, 11,000 ; Langston, 1 ,500 Magistrate Couit convened hero FriHardware or Stove line. negroes and 500 whites; on tho Kickapoo day. border, 8,000 and on the Pottawattomie Mr. Jas. Snyder was in Louisville last border, 2.00Q. week. Tho allotments to the Pottawattomie STOVE BLACKING Mr. A'. G. Babbago attended court hero Indians nearly exhausted tho lands in Friday. their reservation, so that tho The kind-tha- t don't take any Mr. E. Henderson attended tho fair at had littlo clianco of locating a claim work to make it shine. At Langston negroes had been Homo last week. there. I am selling the cheapest stoves gathered by tho Negro Colonization SociHev. AV. E. Hardaway preached at the on earth. J. L. Miller. ety to tho number of 1,500, and they M. E. church Sunday. Miss Sallio Taylor, of Ilosctta,- - attendI have the nicest and cheapest wcro to move in'masso into tho Cimarron valloy, a most fertile legion, and ed church here Sunday. lino of Heating Stoves on carlh. locate in a bunch. Five hundred whites Mibfl Ida Shumate, of Hill Grove, visitmostly cowboys, also had their oyes on ed tho Misses Paul Saturday and Sunthat section, and each party had made day. My lino is the most complete, all sorts of threats of taking tho land by AV. AV. Keatli, of the L., St. L.& T. forco. A force of and for less money than any in deputy sheriffs, deputy marshals and bridgo forco, spent Sunday with his famunder the shorifTof this this section county, had been dispatched thero to ily here, Mrs. Cltas. II. Drury and her son, prescrvo order, and it is believed that AVathen, nro visiting relatives in Branthey will be able to maintain peaqe. One of tho unique Bights at Tobeo was denburg this week. Drum Stoves', Coal Heating a company of young ladies from Guthrio Mrs. L. A. Footo returned lost week Stoves, Coal and Wood Cooking who had formed a colonization company from a visit to her daughter, Mrs, A'. G. to proceed to tho new lands and settle on Babbago, Hardinsburg. Stoves from $7-0- 0 up. adjoining claims. Thoy wcro mounted Mr. ond Mrs. It. T. Stith and family on Texas ponies and wcro attired as near returned last week from a most delightas might Win cow-bo- y costumes, armed ful visit to Mr. and Mrs. Lochonour, Mrs. with revolvers and equipped for camp- Slith's parents, of Vermillion, 111. Mantles any size and price. m ing out. Thoy made tho raco in a body. Ilov. AV. If. Hardaway atnl wife after a a-"crns- rs So far as has been ascertained, up to t? visit to relatives in Uniontown and Mr. tho present time, no serious conflicts has and Mrs. B. A. Hardaway, jof this vicini' My lino is complete, and will sell taken placo between rival claimants, ond ty, leavo this week for their homo in cheap. First class Double Barrel tho country lias been peacefully occu-pici- Sidnoy, Neb. , Breechloader at $14, Liout.Benj. F. Hardaway, So venteenth Tho front door of tho Land Offlco hero Loaded sholls any size, cartridges was opened at four seconds past twelvo Infantry U. S. Army, who has been visitall kinds. and tho first man to pre- ing his parents, Mr and Mrs. B. F. o'clock sent his papers was S. F. Deamond, who Hardaway, of this vicinity, leaves this has stood in lino day and night since week for a visit to relatives in Illionis last Friday. IIo was almost exhausted and Omaha, after which ho will join his A. Ilussol, Wyonting. All kinda and prices. Fire Brick from tho exposure ond wont of sloop regiment at Ft. D. and rest, and as ho shambled up to tho Flue Tileing. We Can And Do window Jt was neccessary for a friend to assist him. It required only four minutes Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for to oxamino his papers, and thoy wero it has boon fully demonstrated to tho Timvaro, Stoves, Wash Kettles, passed to Mr. Wallace, Chief of tho people of this country (hat it to suporior Skillets and Lids, Bolts, Hinges, Land Ofllce, who took tho claimant's 14 to all other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positlvo euro for syphilitic and gavo him a receipt for it. Door Locks, Cross Cut Saws. Axoa Tho rush from hero to tho bonier be- poisoning, Ulcers, Erupt'ons and PimAll of which I will gan beforo daylight this morning, Dog Irons. Ton ples. It purilles tho wholo systom and soil at Rock Bottom Prices. thousand persons would bo n moderate thoroughly builds u.p tho constitution. estimato of tho peoplo who havo passed For Salo by G. AV. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., through thiA city en rduto for tho now and AA'itt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky, . country, Every description of vchiclo Tho Chicago Mail tolls' of an importahas been passed into tho service of transCLOVERPORT, KY. porting passongera to tho border. Farm-or- e tion of Marshall Field & Co., of $1,430 charge as much as $10 per person for worth of pearl buttons, tho duty on a rido in their farm wagons foradistanco which was $3,000. That U what Maj. NOTICE. FRUIT GROWERS! of eight or ten miles, and do not turn a McKinley calls taxing tho foreigner, but tho purchaser of caeh dozen of those butako your order? by the lit of October and wheel until tho passengers oro seated tons will pay the tax. Owensboro Mesis collected In advance. and tho monoy we will furnish you any kind of senger. J?.TJTT THEIIBS, Kidney and liver troubles should S3vTA.X,Xi TBKKS, bo neglected. A stitch in tlmo There aro few moro dangoious diseases, SirHTJESl SzO. never saves death. Mr. A Y. Bates, Marietta, than, dysentery, dlarrhcoa and flux. Tho ZACK. GREEN, "Lightning Kidney & mortality among infants is greater from 8. 0., writes: Manager Hardiosburg Nurwry. Hvor Hemedy Js the best livor medicine cholora infantum than any othor disease HARDINSBima, RY. Drops will positively euro I ovor saw. I had been taking other Lightning-Ho- t Children liko it. "Rives Inatent medicines, but got no roljof until I took all theso ailments. nml Is an Infallible nrerorniM. rnoojuiiy Lighting Kiduoy & Liver Itomcdy. I re- Keep a bottle, in tho house ; it will often ruKKteUor mall, Hnmplaa commend it to all who Buffer with livor savo a doctor bill, All dealers sell it. Adln?Mi".NAKHHS.' WW, New York City. 25 and CO couts. or kidney troublen.'1 Vice-Preside- nt A'icc-Prcside- nt homo-seeker- Fifttoen Thousand People Undertake a Race for tho Much Coveted Territory Lands. fully prepared to servo the Is merchant and cus- A Company of Young L.udlev'Jtloinit-r- (l public, in both on Texan PoiiIcn, anil Ariunil tom work in the highest style of tolhoTeolli Join In o HiinIi for Home. modern progressive milling. With GuTiinii: I. T.TiopTil'. "The land is an abundant supply of the yours." That is whnt every timo piece -on tho border of tho lands opened to proclaimed when its settlement - hands pointed to tho hour of noon. Simultaneous, with tho arrival of that gathered on tho One of the finest and best equip- hour, tho ped mills in the United States. lino into tho coveted country and out to tho quarter sections upon which their Skilled mechanics and thoroughly oyes had been feasting, bomo for days trained business men in charge of and others for weeks and months. every department they can not fail Tho rush was a tnad one, and was initdo so by tho fact that tho number of to give entire satisfaction. s greatly exceeded tho numThey solicit your orders, your availablo for setto ber of exchange work and invite you tlement. "First thero, first served," wns visit them or write them when in the motto of ovory racer. need of anything in their lino." There was room in tho new lands for Indian :Best Quality y of Grain:- Goshen Association. Tho b'ovonty-llftannual session of Goshen Association, met with Ilardins-bur- g Baptist church, Breckenritlgo county, Ky., Thursday and Friday, Sept. 17th and 18th, 1891. Our esteemed and venerable Moderator, Dr. D. Dowdon, having passed from among tho living sinco our last mooting, it becamo necessary to elect another moderator, which resulted in tho election of II. B. White. "H V. llarrell was unanimously elected clerk. Bro. Dowdcn had been tho moderator of this Association for more than thirty years. AV. K. Pcnrod preached tho introductory seanon from, L' And the multitude said, this is Jesus the- prophet of Nazareth, of Galilee. Math. 21 11. Evory church in tho district was represented by lottcr, and all biit two by messengers. Miss Mary Ilolliugsworth wns hero representing tho Baptist Orphan's Home. After an earnest appeal to tho Association by W. II. Williams on of the Home, a collection of nbout $11 was seemed for its benefit, and pledges tp tho amount of $127.50 were obtained from the various churches. After'a brief talk by Bro. Cox, $20 was collected for benefit vf tho Ministers' Aid Society. Tho Colored Baptist church here asked for aid, and $15 was appropriated for that h bo-ha- lf aro now closing out our lrno of AVc have just received a beautiful lino of HATS, SHOES, IUMMII - SUMMER LAWNS AND "Wo 6rOOD - below cost. All things go cheap for cash, nnd especially our and :.&-u. CLOTHING. At prices that can't bo beat. GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC, must closo them out by fall to give room for our NEVW "Wo STOCK OF GOODS. Wo hnVQ on hand also, a splendid line of AVo keep constantly on hand a nico lino of expect to handlo a lino of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed. GROCERIES. At lowest prices, and aro also Agents for the Drugs and Patent Medicines. Como in and give us a trial, and-ge- t a bargain in something you need boforo tlns.opporlunity is gone Respectfully, WITT MEADOR, HARDINSBUnG, KY. Celebrated McSherry Wheat Drill And the North Western Fcrtlizcrs Co's., f-- homc-scckor- s, purpose "HORSESHOE" Brand of Fertlizer. Give us a call and you will never regret it. 4 pi Kali in m V-- 1 Respectfully, ' MOORMAN & BEELER j Just Like a Boy. . CLENDEANE, KY. Notico of Incorporation. The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can be found at k "Papa ?" Know all men, that A. M. Kmoy. P. Frnlie, "AVell dear ?" Join A. Horry, O. 1. Sawyer, T. F. Sawyer, "Will you please untie this string for S. L. Sulzer, J. 0. Nolto, Chat. C. Martin, A. "Wo carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture A. LiUIcist, U. II. Moremcn, W. 0. Allen, It. mo ?" T. Polk and A. R. Fisher, have this day asat prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness mado "Yes, in a moment." sociated thcmeelvos together at a body politic and corporate under the corporafo nauio of from pure Oak Tanned Leather. "I want tho string now." Home Supply (laa Company, with the follow Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, 8G.50, 87.50, $9.00 "Well, papa's busy and you must wait Ing corporate powers, Said Company Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, 81.75, (hull have perpetual succession, may suo and be and 812.00. a few minutes." sued by Us corporate, name; shall have a cor$2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. Wc carry a lino "Can't you do it right away ?" porate seal and may .alter tho saino at pleas"No, I can't." ure, may make contracts, acquire and transfer of Rubboi Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at 9 HA1IKEET03? "Why?" Lamps, Stove Pipe, "But I want tho string to put on my little wagon." "Well, I'll get it for you in a minuto or two if you keep still." "I can't draw tho wagon without a string to it." "Well, what if you can't ?" "But .1 want to draw it." "I can't help it if yen do, I'm busy now." "I told you I was busy." hotne-seek-e- re COOKING STOVES Wood HeatinT Stoves, COAL. GRATES "It's moro than a minute' since you first said you'd do it." "It will bo a good many minutes beforo I untie it if you don't stop teasing mo." "But I wont tho string." "Well, wait until ." "I've waited a long timo now, papa." "You'll wait longer if .', "Can't you untie it now, papa ?,' "No, I cannot." 'Why ?" "Don't youco that papa is busy writing and " "It wouldn't take but a minuto to untie the string, and " "Ilarald, I told you " "There's tho string, papa." "Did you hear what I said ?" i'l want the string to put on my littlo wagon." "Go away and " "I can't draw tho wagon without a string." t L to-da- PUMPS HARDWARE J. L, MILLER, , 9 6 31 "Now vou run right out of this room." 1134 9 1'ctrlo 6 22 1141 9 Kalcon 516 "What for ?" 1145 920 Cacc 512 "Becauso you'ro bothering me so I 1162-i- n Lewfiport 913 600 1210pm 8 65 I'owers 4 49 can't writo." 8 42 1223 4 37 l'atcs Btring I wouldn't 1232 8 33 Owensboro 4 28 "If you'd untie tho 12 4J Mattliu'ly 819 4 1'. bother you any more." 4 00 810 Stanley 1262 102 348 WorthlnKton 8(0 "I tell you that here, give mo the Spottsvflle 118 7 42 341 126 7 34 3 33 llasketts string. I declare you might as well try 1 40pm ar.Hendcrs'n Iv 7 20am 3 20pm to dam tho Niagra us to stop a boy's tongue. There's your old string, you take shall bo not less than five nor more than R. R. seven. it and get right out of here." Tor tiretl feeling, loss of appetite and LoulsviMe,Hardfnsburg&Vestern of their number at their Directors "Yes, papa thank you for untying first meotlngwho shall l'retident, Vice President general dobility thoro is no remedy elect a Uo.-tho string." Detroit Freo Press. TIME TABLE. Thoy may also eleot or equal to "O. C. O. Certain Chill Cute." and Treasuror. appoint such persons ns thoy select Manager, Sold by Short & Hayncs. TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1891. as shall A Duty to Yourself. Secretary and for such other positions Don't suffer your children to sulTur be 'loetned best fur tho purposes and Intoresti It is surprising that peoplo will uso a of the Company Kast Bound Trains with a cough, whon "O. O. C. Certain West Hound Trains common ordinary pill when thoy can DaTTv Dally In witness whereof the parties herein menDallv latlv all cough and croup ex hun, ex Sun, tioned udlx their signatures, this (2ath) day Couch Cure" cures' STATIONS. lex Sun. ex Sun scciiro a valuablo English ono for tho of August, 181)1. No. 5 No.l sufferers. No. 2 No. 6 same money. Dr. Acker's English pills A, M, Kasey, 1130am L.V Irvlngton Ar 9 45am 12 10pm 8 31 S. Ij. Suiter, Per II. and "aro a positlvo euro for Gets There All tho Same. 12 25 Hurned 810 J. 0. Nolto, 12 45 all livor troubles. Thoy nro small, sweet, ' 7 45 Hardlnsbure Tho Rowling Green Times objects to It. T, Polk, 1 18 Kirk 7 09 easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by Sawyer, 0. P. 6 6.1 Jolly Adjutant General Jack Gross grammar. 132 T.-Sawyer, Glcndeano 163 621 G. AV. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Witt Tho Times seems to forgot tho mother iii.ttttitt 2 05 6 09 Cbas. O. Martin, & Meador, Ilardindburg, Ky. 2 30pm jar l''allsltougli Iv 634am tongue is about tho only thing a Ken-luck- y F. Fraiio, 4 65 ilOCKVIIIO 315 John. A. Harry, 4 44 soldier can mako war upon intheso 327 Ituth Probably tho smallest locomotive ovor 11, II. Moromon, 3 3; Askins 4 SO piping times of peaco, Purthermoro tho Onk constructed has just been mudo by AA'm. 362 W. 0. Allen, 415 4S0jira ArFordsvllIeT.v 4 00am A. A. La Ilelit, Times is mistaken about Gen. Gross' Jacobs, it machnist of Mccklcnborg townA. H. Fisber. morits. He may not got himself up in ship, Pa. It weighs but ono and tho stylo of a dudo and "prczumo" a pounds and is a portion of an eight-da- y thing to bo truo, but ho ia a Democrat clock. Around tho dial is n Headquarters for from away back, with plenty of horso ond on this tho miniaturo railway track, sonso, and "cots thoro all tho same." tho tiny locomotivo moves every live Hopkinsvillo Kentuckian. mlnuteB. N. Y, Sun. hs Dreck-enridsick-headacoiio-qtiart- cr property, real and personal,posseselng the same powers in such respects as private Individuals now enjny, may establish and make rules and regulation; deemed expedient fur the management of their nffnirs not inconsistent with the Constitution or laws of this Stato or of the Uulted States. The nature of the business of said company shall be to acquire by purchase or lease the nosotsary real estate for tho purposes hereinafter mentioned, to bore and drill for transport natural gas and oil and to sell the same upon the vote of the majority of the capital stock of the Company, but, except upon the authority of the capital stock of the Company, no gas of the said Company shall be used by tho stockholders not disposed of only for the domcstlo uso of the stockholders, nor shall any 'stockholder dispose of his stock to any one except that the gas shall be for the domestic urcof tho vendee, tho object of this Company being only to furnish gas for the.domestio use of the stockholders in their homes and places of business, and not for tho purpose of running mills or any machinery, or for any purpose other than domcstlo"uso. Tho capital stock of said Company shall be three thousand dollars, to be divided into sixty shares of fifty dollars each. Tho shares and Interests of tho stockholders shall bo transferable, but only on tho books of the Company, In such manner as of tho shall bo prescribed by tho Company. The private property of the stockholders shall be exempt from the corporate debts. The principal place for the transacting of the bniiness of the Company shall be Clovcrport, JSreckcnridgo county, Ky. The and may capital stock shall be be sold at or below par, as deemed beat by an J shall be paid up stock suid Company, when Issued by tho Company. Said capital stock shall bo paid for on call of the Incorporators or directors in such manner as they shall deem best. The Incorporators herein named, or such of them as may be chosen at the first meeting of tho stockholders to be directors, togothcr with such persons as they may alio lato with themselves, shall bo the directors for the first year after tho organisation of the Company, and until the successors us directors aro elected and qualiby-laby-la- We carry a lino of Novelties, such as Tail Tics, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. Wo have a large lino of Collars, Hamcs and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbago will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It jvill pay vou to examine our stook. very low prices. . Mo and Jerry. I am Cloud Compelling Dyrcnfnrth, n mighty I can cull Louisville. St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. able wight ; the clouds togitlicr with a load of ily- - nsro. TulcIiifT WmI Bound iiainlto ; I cm dally with the cjclnnc, I can monkey with I the Bile, ran fertilize the prairie where another man mountain stream,, TIME SCHEDULE Effect Eait Bound Traint Mall A M is. must fall ; I can swell tho gentle brooklet to a roaring I At 5;00 o'clck A, M. Wednesday July 29. '91 Traint STATIONS tell you, Me and Jerry arc a pretty brilliant w Ually team I N. Y. Sun. Kxpr's Kxpr' 0 0 7 7 7 7 .Mall & Kxpr' 105 12 12 11 Can't Sleep Nights suffering from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English Remedy ? It is tho .best preparation known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a positive guarantco at 2oc. and 50c. by G. V. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and "Witt & Mendor, Hardinsburg, Ky. Dally 25pm SU'iain Iv.Un'n l)n't..ar 8 20 Kxpr. Dally "uaily 50 10pm Is tho complaint of thousands 40 20 24 30 47 900 U0.'i Kentucky Wcitl'nint Howard fat. 9 (6pm 860 . 8 10 8 07 918 9 3! 9 3,'i 9 38 7fi7 8 01 8 0S U4t U62 1001 817 8 3. 8 43 82 6Xim 1143 llramluiitjurif 1133 Meade Springs 1128 1123 Kkrun 1114 Gnttnn Hock Haven 12 07pm 754 7 7 7 7 47 37 32 20 1010 1018 1020 10 33 10 41 10 45 8fi2 S.VJ 9 CO 9.12 9 31 9 38 9jV) 10 03 Raising Cotton in Christian County 910 10 48 Mr. O. T. Mason, as was recently noted in tho Kentuckian, has six acres of cotton op his farm in bouth Christian. 1010 1016 It is now ready to bo picked and Mr. 10 20 fied. Mason estimated that it will yield three-fourt- 1027 Suid corporation shall commence on the 1044 of a balo to tho aero. IIo saysif 1068 filing of these articles for record in the 1108 County Clerk's ofllce and shall tertho crop escapes tho frost ho will put in 1120 years from said date. minate In twenty-fiv- e Even at three-fourt- 1129 100 acres noxt year. The highest amount of Indebtedness or lialias bility to which said corporation shall at any of a bale, tho crop will pay about 1165 12 05pm shall not oxceed one thoutime subject itself which bents cither wheat or 12 20.UI1 sand dollaru. Tho officers of suid corporation $30 an acre, on nnd by whom its affairs shall be conducted tobacco. Southern Kentuckian. 1102 1107 Irvlngton Webster I.mliburg 1'ierie .Sd..nle Stcphcimiort Addison Holt Clovcrport Sklllman Hawcsville Shops 05 10 IA 10 48 11 717 067 648 0 39 " 1037 10 10 10 10 10 33 20 22 05 01 47 38 29 24 631 020 614 611 567 619 562 5 41 1019 9 1118 1127 GREGORY & CO., f Reapers and Mowers, Poplar ShinglM PILE! J pon't fritter away your hard earning on othor remedies, when "C. C, O. Certain Cough Cure"- - is guaranteed to glvo satisfaction. Sold by Short & Huynes. Thousands and tons ot thousands of bottles of "O. C. O. Cortaln Chill Cure" are sold yearly and tho peoplo aro constantly clamoring for more, Thoy know a good thing when they try if told by Short' & Huynes. ASENCYiwN i A pamphlet of Information v stnetar ma iws, snowing jiow tod andab-- Z muu, caveats, 'itmsj jtu.a safaris, uopTriRnu, .A tan MUNN UUil Bronawftr, UDUun -- al iw vrK.. Is life Worth Living! Grata Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mieb igan PlafterSttlt, Lime, Coal Oil Not if yougo through tho world a dyspop-tiby the Ikrral, Plaster Hair, l)r. Acker's Dyspopsia Tablets aro a positlvo cure for tho worst forms of & Dyspop&la, Indigeston, Flatulency and Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by Briek, Flow Handle, Pine Flort(ai- G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Witt wars kept ea kand, ' Ontos a- A Meador, llardipsburg, Ky. eomjMHiSad by oaak prompt ly ftJUd. lluy tho Monarch shirt, it ia tho c. Fine K bt. ' Ml T BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER JNO, D. X-- I HARDNSBURG V. U.HA1IHAU13 DEPARTMENT. SO,' 1891. - - - i - Cttlter VIUOIL. O. BAlUiAOB, KJHot and Proprietors. fc. Ac L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. OOIKO WIST. Pasitnger Daily arr. Uardlnsbnrg..l2:05 p.m. I,., St. T. I.ncal Time Card. 10.05 a.m. 11.07 a.m. 5.58 p.m. .. 9.27 p.m. 11.19 a.m. mIO.OJ OOINQ KABT. Mail and Ktpresi going Kait West Hxprest " East West " Hast local Freight West Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 8:55 a.m. ' "' There nre eight prislonors in tho jail. Miss Blanch Beard is visiting in t. CIov-erpor- a.m. Mrs. Lum FaUs is visiting her mother near this place. Born, to tho wife of Mr. Leo Bishop, last Saturday, a boy. It is snid tho Elizabethtown Canning Mrs. Mollie Pulliam returned from Factory is putting up tomatoes at tho Louisvillo last week. rate of 800 bushels a day. Mrs. Kayo, of Vino to Hexdriwon has been promised mall dclivory by October 1. free Tun Constitutional Convention will most likely adjourn this week in which event tho now instrument will take effect at once. " The whisky distillers of Davies'county mado over 125.000 barrels of whisky last year, tho greatest production in tho his-o- f the county. A State Convention of bankers will bo held in Louisville, October 21st and 22d, for tho purpose of establishing n sound and uniform system of banking. Tim report comes from Frankfort that Col. Bill Minor, of this county, wants to bo an Interstate Commerce Commissioner, and a petition to tho Tresldcnt to ap- point him is being numerously signed in tho Constitutional Convention. air Tun Farmers Homo Journal, which has been tho official organ of tho Farmers and'Lnbora TJuion in this state, has .withdrawn f rbm that organization. Tho reason assigned is that tho order is being dragged into tho Peoples Party by the dominennt faction. Folk Laflbon, tho of tin Second District, s. i had bad luck in Alabama, where it was supposed he was on tho high road to fortune. Instead of being tho president of a wealthy corporation at a big salary, ho has been running n furniture store, and recently mado an assignment of his stock in trade. r- - The work of ringing out tho old and ringing in tho new Constitution was ended at Frankfort last Monday. The event was celsbratod in grand stylo. Cannons reared, bolls rnng, horns blowcd and tnun shouted. It was a great event, may its liko never happen again. The now instrument went into effect pn its passage and is now the law. God help ur to preserve it, to livo and prosper under it. The Farmers and Laborers Union is getting in a bad way in this state. Its members officiating too much in politics, and allowing the order to bo dominated by the Peoples' Party has caused the break. Tho Peoples' Party is an organization with a decided political mold and shows itself to he out for tho stud on all occasions. With tho Peoples' Party, down goes the Farmers and Laborers Union. Hon. Harvey M. "Watlerson, tho venerable father of tho editor of the Courier-Journa- l, is lying at tho point of death at the residence of Ids son in Louisville, lie is the solo survivor of the 20th Congress, having been the youngest member of that body, and during tho years of his activo lifo was a distinguished figure in national politics. His knowledge of public men and affairs were prodigious, and, to tho date of his present illness, ho retained extraordinary vitality of mind and body. With him will pass away the last of the close personal friends of Gen. Jackson, who was his godfather. During tho days of sectional conflict ho was a strong advocate of tho Union. Louisvillo Tiinos. Adjutant Goneral Gross is already beginning to make himself felt in his new office at Frankfort. Last week ho cut down the expenso account of tho Military Encampment, which was held at Frankfort this summer from $4100 to $2000. Tho dcncral says tho militia boys lived entirely to high while- in ramp, and ho doesn't propose to nllow any such exhorbitnnt bills as they havo sent in to the State for payment. All encampments held while ho is in office, says tho General, must be held under Htrict army regulations, and no cxtrava- ganco will bo winked at. The General has been n soldier boy himself nnd knows n thing or two about tho business. His purpose, is not to allow tho State to be ilccccd out of any big bills under his official sanction, unless they aro strictly legitimate. Borrare of Ointments for Cararrh that contain Mercury, mercury will surely destroy tho sense as of smell and completely derangb the whole system when entering it through Grovo, is soon become n resident of this place. Work nt tho asphalt mines near Gar- Held, closed down last Saturday. Mrs. Robert Sherman and her daughter, arrived hero last week from Kansas. Mrs. J. D. Beelcr nnd her sister, Miss Ncttio Lcnnin, left last week to visit friends in Ohio. v Excursion tickets on tho railroad to tho Owensboro fair next week, one faro tho round trip. Bishop JteCloskoy, of Louisville, was hero and preached at tho catholic church last Saturday morning. Mrs. Judith M. Miller went to Texas last week to dispose of somo land she owns in that state, near MeKinney. Hook, Miller & Co., and Mr. D. II. Severs havo contracted with the gas company to pump tho water out of tho gas well. Mrs. Nannie Williams, who lias been visiting hero nnd at Irvington this summer, returned to her homo in Illinois last week. Tho catholic picnie'last Saturday turned out quite a success. A largo crowd was present and about $400 was realized for tho church. Rev. J. C. Petrio and family returned from tho Methodist Annual Conference last Friday. Thoy leave this week for their new home at Henderson, Ky. Tho catholics of this place and vicinity havo decided to build a new church here. The building will cost upwards of $.',000, but will not bo commenced until somo time next yenr. Tho gold watch that was given away at the catholic picnic last Saturday was secured by Mien Mamio Smith, she having received the largest amount that was donated towards it. Rev. It. T. Bruncr has resigned tho pastoral of tho Baptist church at this place. It is not known who, will succeed him nnd the mutter will not bo determined until another church meeting a month hence. We will sell to the highest bidder on the first day of Circuit Court at tho court house door at 1 o'clock p. m., ono horse nnd buggy, one spring wagon nnd 110 acres of land lying two and one-hnmiles east of Hardinsburg. Land one-ha- lf cash and balance in twelve months. F. Monroe & Son. John Shawlcr, colored, was up before Judge Adkisson last Saturday, on tho charge of rape, under a warrant sworn out against him by one of the colored girls of this placo. Upon an. examination of the charge, tho Judgo fixed his bail at $200 in default of which ho was committed to jail. John bears tho reputation of being a pretty bad coon, and his chances aro now good for a term in the penitontiary. A number of young persons met at Mr. Morris Eskridge's residence last Saturday night nnd decided to form a Chatauqua class. Those present nnd who consented to join the circlo were, Misses Flora nnd Maggio Smith, Mr. Jno Haswell and Miss Linnio Haswcll, Mr. Jessie likridge, Miss Kato Eskridgo, Mr. Morris Eskridge and V. G. Babbago. Officers wero elected as follows : Morris Eskridge, President j V. G. Babbage, ; Miss Flora Smith, Secretary and John Haswell, Assistant Secretary. Tho society will meet again at Mr Eskridgo's next Monday night, when a courso of reading will bo mapped out and others who wish to join tho circlo will be given an opportunity of doing so. lf Vice-Preside- nt Lightning Hot Drops is tho greatest of all known remedies for tho euro of all kinds of pains external nnd internal. Cures colic, diarrhoea and cholera infantum. Mr. A. M. Moore, Mt. Jackson, Va., says : "I havo used Lightning Hot Drops by tho side of quite n number of pain remedies, and unhesitatingly pronounce it superior to any of them. It is a most wonderful remedy. Havo used it in quite n number of cases of diarrhoea, and am glad to say it has not failed in n single instance." For sale by all dealers HARNED. Plenty of rain. Corn is maturing fast and we havo a fine crop. C. W. Downs is with us this week C. W., is quite u jolly boy. James Rcdmun, tho stavo man, inado usfa call this week, and will soon bo ready for business at this place. Miss Carrie Moyor has returned to her homo in Burns, she has been visiting her uncle, M. Meyer, for sometime. A largo crowd went to Louisville on the 21th to see Barnum'sshow. Mich. Meyer has been on tho sick list & Co. for somo time Sold by Druggists, 7oc. Hook & Downs will soon move their Father and Child Very Low. mill from Harncd to West VJow. Mr. William Owen, son of Street ComEverett Wcathcrford is attending tho missioner Owon, and residing nt 507 Bryant & Stratton collego now. Urcckenridgo street, is very ill of typhoid MIbs Florence Payno lias returned fever. His littlo child, who swallowed homo from Now Albany. "somo concentrated lio sovoral weeks ago, Miss Stono is visiting her sister, Mrs. is slowly starving because of its inability Hawkins, this week. to" Bwnllow any nourishment. Owens-bor- o Miss Lou Dean was tho guest of Mise Inquirer. Maggio Goodman last week. Rufus St. Clair was to see his friends BROWN'S IRON BITTERS on Sunday last. CunIndlgstion, IJUIouwiom, Dyspepsia, Mala, Irvan Payne was on the sick list last rla, NcrromneM, and Unmoral Debility. thjA Such articles .tho mucous surfaces. should never bo used except on prescriptions from reputablo physicians, as the damngo thoy will do is ten fold to tho good you can possibly derivo from thorn. Hull's Catarrh Cure, manufactured, by F. J. Cheney &. Co., Toledo, 0'., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, and acta directly upon tho blood nnd mucous surfaces of tho system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be suro you get tho genuine. It is taken internally, and mado in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. ' Cheney HT elan recommend It. All dealers sell It. Genuine baa trad mark and crowed rvd lines on wrapper wc'k. Several of our citizens uvnilcd themselves of tho opportunity of making a Dr. Bob Dowden was quite sick last cheap business trip to Louisvillo on tho day of Barnum's show. II, ha, such exweek. not able cuses may do to tell to raw mllltla, but Deo Pusey is convalescent, hut they will never go down old regulars. to Ikj out. An earthquake quaked and kpt quakGive us a universal and long extended ing so distinctly in this vicinity last Satdrizzle drazzlo. ' N urday night, that several citizens fairly Miss Eva Corrigan, of Guston, was in quaked in their boob). It was at first town last week. thought that tho gas field had blown' up, ' Missls'clllo Henry, of Webster, was in and that tho bottom was dropping out of town shopping last week. everything. Mr. T. J. Williams, of Hill Grove, Tho Eureka Salt works company in visited our town last week. finishing up their third woll last week Mrs. Mary Ann Fullenwider, of Littlo lost a full string of tools just nt tho top of tho shale. Tho tools can not bo reBend, attended tho Association. Mr. Bob Smith and wifo aro visiting covered and tho well is irretrievably lost. G anter & Blako wero tho contractors. their daughter, Mrs. Dick Novitt. It is reported that J. T. Trent bought Mrs. Dan Sullivan, of Hardin Mr. and a track or n tract, if you prefer to spell county, attended tho Association. it so of land from tho now defunct firm Miss Lizzie Ruwlings, who was improvof Theodore Swartz & Co., upon which ing rapidly, is now sulToring a rclapso. ho has realized n profit of $0000, nnd is Cump Henderson and wifo, Irvington, If coming to Brandenburg to locate. wero in tho city trading last Saturday. this bo trud all Jack's friends congratuMiss Mattio McGchco is expected to late him. arrivo at home from Chicago this week. Tho Louisvillo Salt works havo gotton Dr. J. O. Cosby, of Flaherty, is spend- their boiler to working to perfection and ing a week with II. C. Rawling's family. aro now making somo nice dry salt, the A large stationary saw mill is soon to nicest thoy havo yet made, In fact tho be erected on tho farm of Mr. Frank nicest ever mado in this county. It is Ditto. . rumored that Bomo of tho stockholders of Misses Nail Williams and Clara Hunt, this company aro trying to get tho direcof Woodland, are visiting Mrs. Jim tors to start a pottery in connection with these works. They havo tho clay, and Bland. of gas for fuel, bo this is not an improbaMrs. B. M. Young and daughter, Louisville, havo returned to MrA. More-men'- s. bility in tho near future. Tho Kentucky Heating nnd Lighting Company aro moving things nnd fortune Stuart Owens, Wolf Creek, visited tho them. Thoy havo Association and the city Friday and seems to smilo upon recently bought nil tho gas that the Saturday. First National produces, and aro now Miss Fannio Woolfolk returned from a' turning it into tho main pipe line. They last pleasant visit to Elizabethtown finished a now well last week On Mr. Thursday. Bickerstafr's farm, which is a flno 'gaser Mrs. J. W. Lewis and daughter, Bertha, and perfectly dry Thoy are also overleft Sunday for Louisvillo to attend tho hauling a well on the farm of Mr. Frank fall celebration. Ditto, nnd conducting it into tho main. Mrs. Dr. Hardin has been quito sick Tho five now Avells that aro now being for a couple of weeks, but is somo better put down by this company,,nro sunk by n new patent portable drilling apparatus, nt this writing. of a which docs away with tho erecting of Charles Right is the happy father nine and a half pound boy, who arrived derricks, and saves nbout$l00 in the cost of a well. Saturday morning. Tho following marriage llcenso have Mr. Ben Hardin and wife, of CaBey-vlllvisited their son, A. 1). Hardin, a been issued by the County Court Clerk in September up to date: J. W. Pack to few days last week. to Miss Richardson returned homo Miss Jennio Welch, A. II. Mills Miss Eva Lizzie A. Ritchie, F. R. Greenwell to last Wednesday, after a visit of several Miss Cordelia Headman, James HufiiiB weeks to relatives here. to Miss Alsio Amnions, Oceola Saunders Miss Lula Craycroft, of Big Spring, to Eliza E. Eenfus, R C. Brown to Miss spent a few dajB with Mr. II. C. Raw-ling- 's Stella Hardesty, Charles Ross to Anna B. family last week. Thompson, Win. L. Hutcheson to Miss Judgo Woolfolk left Sunday for Frank- Jennio Yates, Charles A. Bishop to Henfort, to bo present at tho closing of the rietta Jennings, Frank Mnngin to HarConstitutional Convention. riot Smith, E. T. Zimmerman to Miss M. Tho Hon. A. B. Montgomery, of Eliza- L. Hutcheson. bethtown, visited the city last week and Peter Green nnd wife, an ebony lined the Association at Highland. pair, filled up on red liquornnd then proMrs. R. C. Craycroft and Mrs. Laura ceeded to entertain the citizens on East Caldwell, of near Big Spring, spent a Hill with choico expressions of profanity and vulgarity, of which they havo an excouple of days here last week. left Sunday tensive vocabulary. Sheriff John HarThe Hon. Chap. Wathen for Leitchfield to attend Circuit Court, din interfered nnd brought them before Judgo Fairlcigh on a charge of drunk and which is in session there now. disorderly conduct. The Greens being Mrs. R. II. Morcmen and son, Harry aro spending rather chronic offenders, tho judgo last and daughter Rosebud, Friday assessed them $25 and $20 each somo time at Mr. A. Moremen's. respectively, exclusive of the trimmings. W. C. Cunningham, of McConncll & Peto is working his out on tho rock pile Cunningham, commission merchants, nnd Mrs, Peto is a guest at tho county Louisville, was in tho city last week. jail. Miss Bettie Atwell returned homo last "Who said this town was "peterin' week from a visit to Big Bend, accom- out?" As tho good crop year is now a panied by her cousin, Mrs. Musgrove. Our certainty, business is picking up. Jno. D. Babbage, Clovcrport, was in streets begin to bo crowded with vehicles the city and vicinity last week visiting nnd strango faces as of yore, the farmers friends, relatives and the Association. aro happy and gay, and tho pleasant Mr. Mattingly is erecting n cider and emtio of prosperity and satisfaction All adorns tho faces of our business men, all vinegar factory on tho river Iront. such things help to make a business of which clearly indicates that all industries, and nil classes of individuals aro place. Mr. Harvey English 'and wifo and littlo partaking of tho general feoling that there aro better times in storo, and that grandaughtcr, Fannio Leo Lacy, of in tho it is not long to wait till they arrive. are visiting relatives Where is tho place that times havo not bottom. closo for tho last fow years? Even Mr. Ed. Gentry has been hero for two been through this entire period of depression, weeks with a bargo of Pittsbnrg coal. Tho city is now well supplied and wait- tho business that Brandenburg has' done will compare favorably with any other ing for the blizzards. town of its size in tho State. Let us not The Salem Baptist Association held n become despondent. Wo hnve only successful and interesting and a well at- needed tho assistance of universal good tended annual meeting at Highland crops. Now, that they aro hero, and wo church during all last week. havo them, let us brace up and show tho Harvey Ditto received a kick from a world that wo are still "in tho swim." mulo upon his right hand Sunday morning, which crushed his hand severely UNION STAR. nnd dislocated two of his fingers. Mrs. Sarah Bruncr visited her brother, If anything around this burg happens Mr. 1). II. Severs, at Hardinsburg, last not to go exactly right, ask any citizen about it and ho will tell you the wrong week. Mr. J. O. Cunningham oponed a Is over in tho other school district. school hero Monday. Mrs. Rena Summer and daughter, FanMrs, Minnio O'Ncil has returned after' nie, nnd Mrs. Evelyn Turner, of Missis sippi, Mrs. Geo. Sandors, of Bullitt coun- a visit to friends and relatives in Perby, Ind. ty, aro visiting at Mr. A. Moremen's. Miss Malissa Cashman is spending sevMiss Winnio Green left Friday for Louisville, where she will attend atraining eral weeks with her undo .Mr. Sam Cash-maNow Albany, Ind. school for nurses, not " music " as tho typesetter mado It appear last week. Miss Eliza Brashear nnd Master Claude r, Mrs. Kato Monarch was tried for luna- Brashcar wero tho guests of. Mrs. Stcpheusport, Friday. cy at Flaherty on Wednesday "last, was Mrs. Owon Cunningham has returned adjudged insane and taken to Anchorage asylum by Sheriff Woolfolk and Miko homo after a visit to her father, Mr. ' Flaherty, Samuel Elder, Chenault. Tho threo weeks just past of unpreMr. R. 0, Richardson spent a few days cedented lovely September weather, with his brother, Mr. E. A. Richardson, while it has injured fall pastures to a last weok in Louisvillo. considerable extent, has mado tho good Miss Rnth Cunningham was the guest corn crop in this section on established of her aunt, Mrs. Owen Cunningham, N fact. Wednesday and Thursday. Tho Alton Furniture company had n Mr. E. A. Richardson, who has been largo boat loaded with fine furniture lysoriously ill of typhoid fovcr nt his homo ing nt tho wharf all last week, but have in Louisvillo, is slowly improving. now' departed down tho river. Several Master Roscoo Sovers returned to his of our citizens mado purchases, homo in Hardinsburg, Wednesday, aftor Mr, Georgo Frymire, of Union Star, spending tho summer with his grand.came up Friday ovoning nnd remained a mother, Mrs. Suo Frymire. y couple of days. There is a Mr. Norman Whitehead, of Rome, smilo on "Marx's" physiognomy that Ind., was In town Saturday. says just as distinctly as if it wero writ Mr. Win. Black has removed his famiten in plain English, " I know something that you don't." ly to his homo near Shilo. All tho real cstato and personal pro- " Mr. Hennlng, of Hinvcsvilie nnd Mr. perty of Dr. D. 0. Pusey, subject to ex- Blockor, of Cincinnati, we're in town ecution, is advertised to bo sold October Thursday. Tith, to help pay tho indebtedness of tho firm of J. S. Morcmen & Co., of which ho I'prt iiLeon, ' Weakness. Malaria. Indication anil was a silent partner. Ho Jias sympathy IHliewttgM. take from ovorybbdy, but no ono is kind UHOWN'S HlON BITTHRS. It cures iUek)r. For sale by all daalert lu 'though to price it. BMdtcJiM, Oct Uio iceuuuw. BRANDENBURG. Bo You Want Want ; (Wn A FARM ? Do You A HOUSED LOT? 33 O DO rn ft ft . liJ You Want Want A Talk on Hats. " Uneasy lies m head that wears a A Good Dwelling? a crown " may have been sound philosophy in ye olden time, Do You but uncrowned heads A Tobacco Warehouse? are very uncomfortable these days. True, styles in crowns have All located in and changed somewhat near Cloverport. If and this may account so now is your chance for it. It is now the privilege of every sovereign citizen of this Valuable Real state free land to wear a high hat or a low hat, narrow or broad brim, hard or soft, round or square, or perchance That must be a straw hat-th- at symbol of summertime serenity. the m o H X H 55 3 m m i O O m U w t f H w 0 0 o Cr p p KES&LOTS tn ST O to o m 35 p' a 9? a- S M a 0 o, As administrator of tho estalo of satisfactory price at T. N. Wariield, deceased, I will Goodman rydn'5 offer for Bale until November 1st, 1891, at private or public salo, the Farmers' & HechaQics' Shoe & Clothing House following described property in and GLOVEM'ORT, KY. near tho city of Cloverport : SOLD A Whatever may bo your tasto you can find a satisfactory stylo and a f --t o Tract of 190 Acres CTrtraiEiiMiiEJifcTar OF THE More or less of good land, lying on Clover Creek, three miles from Cloverport, near tho John Hardin Also place, with improvements. 100 acres Woodland lying near tho above tract. This is fine land, produces well and will bo sold at a bargain. - flardinshrg .'. Normal .'. Institute:- - Monday, August 31st, Tho Fall term of twenty weeks will begin 1891. 160 Acr&Tract In Hancock county, noar Patesville with improvements, occupied at TIub this time by Ben Shadrick. Mon.da.tj, xTanuartj 18th, '92. The Spring term of sixteen weeks will begin The Summer term of eight weeks will begin is also a fine tract of land with good improvements and suitable for a - small farmer. A bargain for some- Tuition in Primary Course, " v Elementary Courso body. " Intermediate Courso Monday, May 6th, '92. TUITION FEES " . : Tgl.GO per month. '- . One Lot with Large on it Othor Courses All Tuition Fees must be paid in advance, unless otherwise arranged. No reduction for absence unless caused by sickness. " 2.00 2.50 3.06 -' " " Board can bo had in privato families at $2.25 to 2.50 per week including.fuol and lights. The Principal has had marked succoss at this point, and by the One House 'and Lot aid of the people wo hope' to achieve a great deal more. AVo can give in said city, fronting on High street pupils every advantage hero that they can get at any school. For further information address running back 400 feet to Houston or Railroad street, with a two story R. dwelling and L and other outHARDINSBURG, KY. buildings, occupied at present by A. S. English as a private hotel. Near the uppor landing in the city of Clovcrport, capable of handling a million pounds of tobacco. BOARD: P. SHACKLETT, Prin., A Tract of 10 Acres, ofunimproved property lying within tho corporato limits of Cloverport. Terms reasonable. Call on the undersigned in Cloverport. J. R. JOHNSON, DRAI.KK IN- - pri-va- to Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Years Old. F. FRAIZE, Adm'r, T. N.;VAItFIE.LD, Also for salo ono Dec. n, OIIOICJE WINES. House and Lot in Stophcnsport. Bra-shea- Leading Brands of Tobacco and Cigars. Legitimate Orders accompanied by tho Cash will receive prompt attention. . 95 Acres of good land on Bull Crcok, near John Ahl's, with improvements. HARDINSBURG, !00K-KEEP!NG : : KY. free. Write to LOUISVILLE, KY, Thorough, Practical Instruction, 1 tf- - Catalogue 97 Acres of good land, very well improved, near Cloverport, on tho Patesville . road. & STRATTON PUBLIC SALE. I will tell at public lale BUSINES COLLEGE, I ? i LAND FOR SALE. 275 acres of land on the wators of Calemeie Creek, the homestead farm of John Shrews-berr- y, deceased. About 135 acres in cultiva- t SATUUDAV, OOTOHBII 17th, 1891. On uiv premise!, all toy stock, conslltlng of nine bead of boms and mules, fire oijws and i v givo-awa- 80 Acres with improvements in Hancock county, two miles from Cloverport, on tho Patesville road. B"TorniB reasonable. to pay dobts. Must sell Call and see mo. .. the F. FRAIZE, OLOVERPOPvT, KY several young cattle, etc All iny farming Implements, two wagons and one buggy. All sums of $7 and under casb in band, nil sums over that tnelvo months time with approved security, bearing 6 per cent, interest. J will also offer my farm for "sale, consisting of 180 acres, situated ono and a half miles east o' Hardinsburg. The farm Is well watered, has eight lasting springs on it, and betweon 00 and 1U0 acres ot valuable timber. Terms of farm tnude known on day of sale. ' A word to stave and timber men, come and see the boundaryof tlinbor before the day of sale, I will take pleasure In showing timber Come and get a and boundary at any time. bargain for I am determined to sell, Salo to commence at 9 o'clock. l'ATHICK TKAPF, Hardinsburg, Ky, tion. Well tlmborod with oak and poplar. There is ono dwelling house nnd one tenement bouse, and all necessary out buildings. 1'rice and terms reasonable, address M.R.SIinKWSDEUUV, LelicbOelit,' n v ti li Ky P' Si LAND FOR SALE. This farm lies In Brectenrlilr-pnuntv. the hoad waters of Long T.tok and one-h- l rane irom tne it. u. & y, ralload, and Is v Improved. Will sell as a whole or divide iracis 10 suit purchasers. For further lurmauon ajiureM W. W. LEW'lS- vIln Owcnsboro'j n j to Cl of a Fresh oysters next Saturday, prepared in any stylo you want them. Call on him at his new placo next to Payne it Co. VVjJrvX nKaP A CLOVEItPOKT WOMAN T" "ii ' - What Sho Sees and Hears to Writo About Lw t- M Mrs. Montgomery, a widow and sister All right Mr. Mayor, wo will rut the to Mr. P. Haygood, has moved here weeds if you send the hogs to the counfrom Louisville. She occupies the rooms try. Let us see the hogs depart nnd not " over tho old bank building. When a clothing denier advertises tho biggest nnd best a weed slmllstand in our 'don't chip a Mrs. J, W. Bishop and daughter, Miss dried apple" ritv. Away with tho hogs stock, ' May, of Leitchficld ; Mrs. W. K. Withers from ofl'our streets. ! . v and Mrs. J. M. Withers, of Kirk, am When n clothing merchant advertises now goods for less guests of Mrs. M. Wedding. When I was n school-gir- l I learned than its value, , Send us tho names of your visitors. It that the wonl swine was derived from ' m is impossible for lur td catch everybody. tho Greek "sub" which when traced . If you huvo an Interest in your visitors back to its original meaning means filth, CMVIS JSJNTJOY When ho is continually advertising reductions in prices, hence there is filth wnlklng in front of and your paper you will do this. Both tlio method and results when Miss Jennio Minor) of Louisville, and ,my gate. At every opportunity theso Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant ' JL ' filthy beasts rush in nnd root tip'iny grass When ho says his is a hotter house, and can undersoil . and refreshing to tho taste, and acts MissLizzio Smith, of Richmond, Ky., eat up my garden nnd run over my roseJulius Winter & Co., who havo been visiting Miss Nannie gentlyyotpromptly on tho Kidneys, bushes. Besides, whllo I am chasing ' Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sysStephens, Holt, havo returned home. them, I might be at tlio front gato dint tem effectually, dispels colds, headThos. Mattingly is at homo on a short ing a neighbor. But como dirccs to us and sco our grand now stock of Men's When I wish to make aches and fevers nudcurnshnbitunl visit to his .parents; Ho has charge of a dozen calls before dinner timo instead Boys' and Children's Clothing all our own manufacture and constipation. Syrup r ' gs is tho an cngino on tho lllinoiso Central and is ui Huiruug iu my usual nour i must go only remedy of its kiuu over prohoar prices, and you will ho convinced that you havo found the doiug well. His headquarters is at very early in tlio morning as it requires duced, pleasing to tho taBto and acplace to buy at Water Valley Miss. so much timo to walk around tho hogs ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in Tho following party of young ladles nnd when "p&tkera" has run his raco, its action and truly beneficial in its and gontlcmen from Pellvillc, spent the when ho has broken down his last gate, effects, prepared only from tho most 'J day at Tar Springs Saturday: Misses when ho has upset his last bucket of ; healthy and ngreenblo substances, ' Nora and Nannio Brown, Carrio Rruncr, swill at your back door, when ho lias its many excellent qualities comMolh'o Bennett nnd Annio Winkler; rushed through your house mend it to all and have made it and comes Messrs. Reat Lyons, Henry Milligan, out at tho front door with a rocker his tho most populo- - remedy known. Minor Haynes and Walter Bennett. Syrup of Fi"u for Balo in 50c last timo, ho has arrived at tho proper and $1 bottles by all leadintr drugB. Goodman, of tho firm of Goodman stato of corpitlchco'nnll is ready to fulfil gists. Any reliable drugirist who & Klein, this city, went to Louisville his mission by surrendering, his body for may not havo it on hand will pro-eur- o yesterday to bo absent soveral days. His tlio bonellt ol mankind; ho is the it promptly for any one who partner, Mr. Klein, will follow him Fri- butcher, his body brought onsold totable tho wishes to try Do not accept day, whon they go cast to purchase a for food, then what is tho first thing ouj, any substitute now fall stock. Their store will bo in ters our mind whon we sit down to the The Old Directory at the Bernhardt in Louisville at the AudiCALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. charge of C. P. Sawyer and F. Utting table, not perhaps tho "Aphorisms of 8AN fRANCISG 1, CAL, 1801. torium, Ootober. 10-2- 0 Annual Meeting of the L., St L. Hippocrates," but tlio discoveries of our during their absence cast. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. Tho sale of season tickets thus far for and T. Stockholders. carpenters and bricklayors havo Into lords of medicine trcchinn. Tho tho Bernhardt engagement has been So let us all hope that Mr. Blaine" may possession of thojroof of Sulzer's storQ nnd Sarah M. bo successful in his reciprocity scheme Tlio Knriilnsre for tlio l'lint Year much larger than' anticipated. things are not in very good shape over Bernhardt Is sure to draw largo nnd Nearly a Hull Million Dollar, there for a rain just now. A largo force with tho Dutch. fashionable audiences whilo in Louismill tho Property In Flno of men are at work tearing off tho roof ville. A word to our mon, Mr. Beecher has Condition, While1 old tland up itairs. and building up tho walls, nnd it will Office in Dr. Mmo. Bernhardt will bo seen tho first Tho Courier-Journsays: Tho stocknot tako them long to complete tho job. said you are to bo a man's friend accord-t- o OLOVERPORT. KY. what ho needs of you, nnd not to holders of tho Louisville, St. Louis nnd night in Sardon's vivid work, Ln Tosca. R. N. Miller has chargo of tho weather To thoso not familiar with this story, this and proposes that it shall bo on its good what ho can render you, nnd tho poorest, Texas road held thCir annual meeting S. S. An artist, most dispairing man should draw your yestcrtlay afternoon iu the oflico of tho will aflbrd a brief sketch. behavior until tho job is completed. henrt towards him more, far more than general munnger, J. K. McCracken. Mario Cavradossi, of a generous nnd ro& Yes the carthquako struck us, ami ono who lives in a lino houso, nnd has Tho meeting was called to order by R. mantic nature, attempts to hide Cosarc 1 Next door to Breckenridge struck us very hard too. It was tlio OfTlCR all that art, wealth, refinement and cult- R. Tierce, one of tho oldest stockholders Angolotti from tho pursuing officers of Cloverport, Ky. Bank. greatest shaking up that Cloverporters the government. Angclotti has just esure! can bring to you. Your relation to n of tho road. havo had for many a day. Some say caped from prison nnd is being pursued About 22,000 Out of tho 110,000 shares there were two distinct shocks and n num- poor man is that which Christ sustains 1 wiiHiiitawKlillilJ by tho minions of tlio Baron Scarpia, an , 1 ber aro will ,fo swear thero was one. in tlio world. Christ pities him because of stock of the road were represented nt unscrupulous and ambitious politician. ho is weak, infirm and wicked, dispolled, the meeting. Tlio business was mainly WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1891 Houses rocked like cradles, dishes rattled hopeless nnd needy, and mny God bless routine work, nnd there wns no change Angclotti is hidden in Mario's house, and a rumbling noiso continued for seve and Foria Tosca, his sweetheart, becomes ral seconds. Ono chimney toppled over you all and begin at tho tho bottom made in tho ofilccrs or policy of the road. a party to his whereabouts. Scarpa I LOCAL BREVITIES. I . Tho election of tho directors resulted from tho effects of it nnd not a fow peo- nnd minister steadfastly that truth, that beauty, that nohleness, thnt makes men as follows, being the' samo as last year: shrewdly guesses where Angclotti is hidple wero run out of their houses. Tho den, but, being unablo to find him reShort & Haynes for drugs. occupants of tho News building imagined worthy to bo citizens of tho noblest shite W. V. McCracken, J. K. McCracken, Jas. sorts to double torture. Mario is tho Capt. Rowland went to Chicago Mon- in tho freest commonwealth that exists P. Helm, J.J). Powers, R. R. Pierce, Geo that tlio big cylinder press had broken immediate victim, but Florin is com day. upon tho globo A. Kvnns nnd Ridgcly Cayco. through tho floofand tho building would pelled to witness his tortures. To Tho ofilcors elected were the Bamo as Mr. J. D. Gregory went to Loulsvillo come next. Geo. Short and Ernest Bab-bag- o her lover, whoso sufferings aro more It seems queer that among tho many last year. They aro W. V. McCracken, yesterday. shaking. Thero aro a few aro still young ladies who were invited to bo President, Now York; Georgo A. Evans, thnn her woman's nature can bear, reMr. V. P. Itaygood; Irvington, was people in town who never felt it and are veals tho secret of his hiding placo. Maids of Honor of New York; G. tho Satellithero Monday. yet in doubt about tho matter. It was es that no ono towns .Queen offrom old Invited secretary; J. K. McCracken, Angclotti commits suicido, and Scarpia to the wifo of CM. the first perceptiblo quako that this city Bom, Sept.'-'Breckenridge, tho banner county, of tho treasurer, and James P. Helm, of this vfrenzied nt his failure to capture him ' has over experienced nnd it created no . Aiuant, a son. alive, sentences Mario to death. In tho state. Sometimes called the old moss city, goneral counsel. meantimo ho adds to his vllliany by atDont forget the cheap furniture at little excitement. back county, that has so many beautiful, Tho earnings of tho road for tlio past Jordan & Co. Attempted Itapo. educated, accomplished and highly year are $489,415.02, over 29 per cent, tempting to rob Florin of hor honor. GET THE BEST. Short & Haynes will fill your prescripMilt.Mnthena was arrested ntStcphcns-por- t cultured young ladies, right hero too in over tho earnings of tho year previous. He promises tlio freedom of Mario in return, nnd after a long struggle Florin The Best is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Rest is good tions carcful'y. last Friday on the chnrgo of attempt- our littlo city, besides just think of tho Tho road is on a better basis than ever . Jordan for'anything in ing to rnpo Miss Annio Wentherholt. fino business men old Breckenridge' lias before, nnd its earnings are increasing consents. Justin tho flush of victory, enough for tho, man who respects himself nnd loves his family. Such n man Call on wants the Best Groceries, nnd buys them of Ho was taken before 'Squire Jnrrett, cum iu jAjuiavuiu uiin vanuus omer overy year. General Manager McCrack- however, Scarpia nioets denth at her tho house furujshing line. hands through her suddon resolvo to IR,. IE. 3yCOOK,aA.3ST, and clocks are speci- waived an cxaming trial and was held to places not only business men, but men en said that its equipments wero in a save her honor Jewelry, patches nnd her lover by killing of superior tnlont and many who havo better condition than ever beforC. knowing thnt ho always keeps tho Rest that tho market affords and retails them at J bond in the sum of $500 for his appearalties with Short & Haynes. him. Sho stabs him, but too late. ance at the next Circuit Court. Miss becomo prominent fo"r their talents. M. iTnmmnn returned from Louisville Scarpia cheats her evon in death, for his proper prices. efHowever, wo shall shed no tears as there Weatherholt's ovidenco was to tho STEPHENSPORT. Thursday with a big lot of furniture. orders cannot bo countermanded savo by fect that Mathena stopped her on tho aro greater honors oxtended us.' his own word of mouth. . Florin finding John Fnrbor, of tho L. II. & W., was road as sho was returning homo, and Weather very warm, rain needed. A Good Woman Laid to Rest. her lover dead commits suicide. in the city Sunday visiting his parents. said ho wanted to speak to her, and nt "Wi .uih1- New goods at Roberts, Bla'in & Co's. At her home, llito's Run, nenr this If ono cnniiQt understand tho words of J Mr. Powell Oelzo and bride, of Troy, tho samo timo took hold of her arm and Mr. Miko Mathcnn, of Webster, was in tho play as spoken in Bombard's own Ind., were visiting his brothers hero last asked her to go into a thicket withhim.At city, on tho 23rd of September, 1891, . tonguo, whilo thoy will loso something, week-this sho became freightencd, pulled loose sister Francis Smart, widow of J. S. G. town Friday. PURE BONE MEAL Messrs. Wm. and Clins. Solbridgo wero still there is enough to see nnd hear. For Mrs. G. W. Beard and daughter, Miss from him nnd set her dog on him when Smnrt, fell asleep in Jesus. Sister Smart was a daughter of Arthur in town Saturday. it is said that tho blind can hear someare visiting Mathena broko and run. Mathena hatf Blanche, of Hardinsburg, PURE ACIDULATED BONE, very littlo to say about tho matter, only and Ann May Rrashear, born, April 11, .Mrs. Win. Hall and family. Miss Dcsslo Elder is visiting her sister, thing 0 her genius in thnt goldon voice, 1820. Married J.S. G, Smart, May 11, nnd tho denf can boo hor nnd feel It. GILEAD PHOSPHATE, Mrs. Jack Walker. Window shades, oil cloths, carpets, that ho was drunk and did not know 1841. Sarah Bombard's productions in Louisho was doing. Ho gave bond for OHIO VALLEY PHOSPHATE, folding beds and extension tabjes at Jor- what Mrs. Geo. McMillon, of Mt. Sterling, is Sister Sinnrt was thomothor of nine ville, will bo tho greatest yet given. his appearance. dan & Co. tho giiest of her father, Mr. Allon Rollins children, eight sons nnd ono daughter. Tho box office, 422 4th Avenue, is open s, A Word to His Patrons and Thoso Four of her sons aro citizens of Ureckon-ridg- o Goods sold on weekly or monthly Row S. P. Stiles, of Wolf Creek,, will overy day. Those going to tho above Wishing Furniture. call on G. W. Jordan & Co., furnicounty. Ono of Sexton, Tex., who tako chargo of tho M. E. church this engagement should secure their seats POTATO M. Ilnmmnn, tho old roliablo furnituro is well known to tho turo dealers. writer, as an excel- year. now. Address all communications to dealer, is on hands with a full stock. lent teacher and preacher. Tho daughtof Chenault, is Jnmcs B. Camp, Business Manager, P. O. Mrs. Georgo Gregory went to Grand-vieMrs. Jas. Buchanan, Ind., Sunday to visit her son, Mr. All goods sold by him shall bo of stand- er, Mra. Waldo Simons, residesntToblns-port- , tlio guest of her mother, Mrs. Wm. Box 03, Louisville, Ky. All railroads, ard miality and guaranteed. as representInd. entering LouisviUo will havo reduced, Pcttet. 1S. Gregory. ed. Goods sold on tho installment plan Sister Smart died nftor a long and painJtidiw J. S. Wilkerson has returned Mrs. Henry Davis and Mrs, J. W. Jar-r- rates during tho engagement. or on easy payments. He has always ful illness of consumption of tho bowels. from French Lick Springs very much imspoilt last Friday with Mrs. Win. been reasonable on prices, and ho pro- When first taken, sick sho expressed n Tho Salem Association, All High MATTER Goods, proved in health. Pettet, near town. poses to meet the market against any desire not to rccovor, saying to Dr. AVnt-kiMet with tho now Highland church, "Mr. Minor Stephens roturncd to his legitimate dealer. No ono shall go away Mrs. Virgil Hardin and Mrs. Morgan near, Brandenburg last week. It was that if sho got well sho would havo homo in Florida, after a pleasant visit to dissatisfied. ' Stand by tho man who has Fontaine, of Holt, spent Thursday in well attended nnd a most pleasant meetit "all to go over again," and sho would - his parents at Holt. of Mrs. Henry Davis. been tried nnd not found wanting. A rather depart now. Her daughter and town guests ing was had. All tho old officers wero It. N. Miller receives tho daily weath- register will bo kopt of all patrons pur- sons tried to inspire in her n desiro to Mrs. Milt. Mathona, who has been visiThe noxt placo of meeting er report at 8 o'clock a. m. They' nro chasing not less than $5 worth of furni- got well, but could not. Her daughter ting her mother, Mrs. Faith Dawson, of will bo with tho Big Soring church nnd posted at Sulzer's store. tho time, Tuesday before tlio 4th Sunturo nnd on tho 1st, day of Janurary in spenking to her about it said, "Moth Brandenburg, returned homo Sunday. CINCINNATI DESICCATING CO. Mrs. R. R. Pierce went to LouisviUo next, a present of $15 worth of anything er what will become of your charities, Tho carthquako Saturday night caused day in Scptembor. Rev, W. A. Shack-lctt- o wns elected to preach tho introyesterday to look after her stock in tho in his lino will bo given to tlio person refering to some poor persons sho had somo oxcitoment, it secmedto bo a gene- CINCINNATI, holding the ticket entitling him or her been helping, her nnswbr was, daughter, rai shako, commencing nt 11:30 and last ductory sermon, Rov. J. C. Willett tho defunct Falls City Bank. ' annual sermon, Rev. Kimble tho circuGod will caro for them." ing a fow minutes. Little FlorencoCottrell arrived Mon- to the same. M. IIamman'. lar letter and Rov. J. S. Hill tho corresSister Smart joined Cloverport Baptist day night to spend some time with ponding letter. BURAS. church in 1842, and was granted n letter Mrs. G. W. Short. hernunt, To Gas Consumers. Tho Cloverport Pipo Lino Co., will of admission to unito with llite's Run Gratifying to All. Sidoboards, wardrobes, safes, mattressWarm, dry nnd dusty. ' Tho high position attained and tho es, chairs, rockers, baby chairs, in great furnish gas to their customers nt the fol- Baptist church in 1850. Mich. Meyer, of Hnrned, spent Sun- universal accoptnnco nnd approval of tho During tlio thirty-nin- o years of her lowing rate per month commencing Oct. variety at G. "W. Jordan fc Co. To tho wheat growors who uses Christian life sho over evidenced by hor day hero. 1, 1891. j pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Got ready for tho Owonsboro fair next walk that sho had boon with Jesus. of Brow- Figs, as tho most oxccllent l.txntlvo Cook stoves, dining room and sitting Died, Sept. 27th, infant child weok. A special train will bo run from ! Another beautiful life has faded away nie nnd Liza E. IJiggs. room stoves or grates $1.50 known, illustrate tho vnluo of tlio qualicity at one faro for tho round trip. this Bed room, parlor and all occasional frohr timo to ne'd nowlustro of tho hosts of was ties on which its success is based nnd elect Sovers Rcpresentntlvo Perfect'actlon and porfect health result tho skies ; another sweet Christian spirit stoves or grates $1.00. Wo havo just received two car loads of our Colohrntcd Bono Fergreeting his numerous friends hero Fri nro abundantly gratifying to tho Califor- from tho uso of DoWitt'B Littlo Early has takon its flight, loosed from its cago Lights 20 cts. each. ia Fig Syrup Company. day. these goods havo no superior. tilizer, and oxporienco has taught t littlo pillf Sold by G. Risers, a perfect Stores and shops special price. Gas of clay, to servo and sing in tho blood Ezra Tuckor and family accompanied W. Short. In fact wo are tho only parries who carry Puro Raw Bono in this town. MILLINERY. furnished only on written contracts, nnd washed choir above. Death marked her visiting at Remember Pat. Dillon can show you tho World renowned , Rattan and willow chairs, sham pillows, all fires charged for unless disconnected as his proy and amid her friends sho hy Miss Sudio Tucker, are passed triumphantly away to hor shin- Cecilia. in fact you will find everything in tho, whether used or not. Grnnvillo Wilson, Hardinsburg, camo houso furnishing Ijuo at G. W. Jordan & ing reward. Sho wns known only to bo 11. A. Oki.ze, Supt. out Saturday and spent Sunday with .Go's now furnifuro house. loved nnd appreciated. Tho only four wheel drill made. No bearing on tho horsos neck. Daviess County Fair. In tho death of Sister Smart, Iiito's frieuds hero. DoWUtto 6arsaparilln destroys such & Toxas R'y Run church loses ono of- its best memMatthews and not Miss Tho Loulsvillo, St. Louis Miss Covy poisons as scrofula, skin disoaso, eczema bers and tho poor of tho neighborhood Board as was reported will teach tho pubrheumatism. Its timely uso saves many will run a special train botween Clovor-poand Owensboro on Oct. 0, 7, 8, and their best friend. lic school at this place. -- ? Jives. Sold by G, W. Short. account of tho Daviess County Fair To tlio boroft let mo say, your loss is Master Homer Pllo returned yesterday A light shower foil hero Monday .night 0th, faro for tho round trip. her eternal gain for it is belter to bo ab- from a two week's stay with his sister, sufllciont to lay .tho dust and cool tho at rato of one Everybody was in lovo Train will leavo Cloverport nt 8:05 a. in., sent from the body and present with tho Mrs. Oscar Aloxandor, at Custer. atmosphere. returning leavq Owensboro at 5:30 p. m. Lord. School Commissioner Miller is expectwith tho weather yestorday, TTT-Married. W. K. Pbniioi). TAKE NOTICE. This special train will stop at all inter. vv ed In tho neighborhood this weok to visit Mr. Paul A. Oelzo, ono of tho promiCicero Cooney and Davo Potty, who mediate stations to pick up passengers. iivrrfcy 1 It has loen ordered by the City Council that schools which aro now in progress. tho Opera, Opera. I were anested at Glcndeano last- woek "f"i . 'S'vP nent business men of this city, nnd Miss each nenon out the vreedi lu front of their In addition to (ho above, tickets will Minnio O. Priest, daughter of Samuel hoinci or placo of builoeas nnd keoji fr-Undo nnd Mrs. Jimmy Parson, of . and taken to QwcnsbOro charged with bo on sale for nil regular trains from The dramatic event pf tho season will f from Priest, Sr., woro united In mnrrnigo last them cut from now on. This will bo comldor-e- d nro oxpectcd homo y ?? violating the internal revenuo laws, woro bo tho nppoaranco for tho entire fair week duo notloei II. B. Tierce, M. 0. C. October 0th to tho 10th inclusivo, good Wednesday night. Tho mnrriago took Monday, October 5th., at Illinois, where they havo been visiting tried and acquitted. for return passage until tho 10th. ,Seo beginning placo at tho homo of tho bride's parents, Owonsboroj Ky., of tho celobrnted Murlo rolntivcs. Tlio F. M". 11. A. of Hancock county small bills. nnd tho ceremony was porformed by Jus- Rare Business Opportunity HIG-Greenwood Comic Opera Co., of 40 artHnrdinsburg's enterprising merchant, organizedwa stock company for a S. A. Wikkl, G. P. A. JiaVo A lnrgo number of tice iingang. ists, in tho lntest and best comic operas. John Honsloy, came out Thursday and post store at Pollvlllo. W. II. Coroly, M. Mrs. H. V. Duncan has just re- frionds woro present to witness tho mnrWonted, a patry with capital to tako an inLow and popular prices for 6tich an at- successfully talked bono dust, nnd farm Brown and Stephens, Geo. Wolf, J.L. McElree's Wine of Cardul terest In a couimlitlon, jobbing and manufacceived a largo stook of tho latest riago, nftor which thoy woro royally Reserved seats $1. Balcony machinery to somo of our farmers. traction. turing builneti of high chnrnoter, long itand-In- g Winn aro tho incorporators. Robt. and THEDFORD'S BLACK DRAUGHT aro Tho young brido Is a beautiand utablUhed trade, at Louisville, Ky. Gallery 50cts. Reserved scats 75cts. Mrs. Oscar Alexander, Custer, passed paUorris in Hats and Bonnets which Jim. Walker, colored, wont to Frank- for salo by tho following merchants in Adt&M confidential. now on salo and can bo secured in ad- through town this week on route for hor may well ho termed tho High ful nnd accomplished young lady, wliilo M.All communication!' Itain St., LMitarlUejKy. ' v ltoberU, OSS Wwt fort yesterday to accept a position tend- Breoltenrldge County i for "good looks," thoso who clnlnii to bo vance by remitting money or Jeut W. Owen Cloveroort Although judges stato that Mr. Oolzo himself is a Q. W. Jordan & Co., tine f urnltwjfi r old homo, where sho will spond soveral Flyers of tho sonson. ered him by Genoral Gross. Jim. is ono O. W. BUort, Cloverport. order. Excursion rates on railroads and days with her mother, Mrs. O, O. Pile. few colored mon who has stood of tho away up in point of beauty, thoy "tolerably" "flno lookin' " man. Troy era will sell you (goods on weekly '"laIfraabear ic Lay, Stenheniport. A. G, SwKKNEy, boats. Witt 4 Meador, Hardlneburg, faithful and truo to Democracy and ho Is, r. ments. ard very low in prico. Timos. Manager Templo Theatre, Buy tho Monarch shirt. J, J. Serera, Union Star, rewarded, now being VEl i DOIT ; BflJOT.IT Don't Believe Don't Believe Don't Believe Don't Believe j -- . flUaji ' teg? ' ''';" It It It rn w v idtff onfiri a ft I VJ ! It! J WN EH j cOld Reliable" Clothiers Oor. Third and Market, Re-elect- Louisville, Zy. Iv 111 J fi) I J IS W I I ui i 111 f fM ohv 111 Mm H L iI ML mk ftsntism lull ftJLJUasi lh '' Its ' A K M -1 it Sj IP, u ifl 0 I mi l ' ;SL fraJJ MMd . 11, Dr. J. Clayton, y Physician Dr. Surgeon. ill fjSHJts I al Watkins, Physician Surgeon, Breckenridge 'News jjTo wii ' '; to-da- re-bc- x O, G.-W- ys 200 LBS. pny-iifcnt- SPECIAL T0GM0,. ot FERTILIZERS Graflc-ANIM- WHEAT ALL SPR8NG CROPS. 0. J.r X3XlGr " Pure IVTOINFEY! ua-tha- Raw Bone " Fertilizer BUCKEYE GRAIN DRILL, - rt B. F. BEARD & CO., V - ?o fc,' Hardinsburg, Ky. to-da- Sji X' H FLYERS. W -- post-'ofllc- o j- - vrmf . breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, BUITEMBER 30, 1891. fir The Earners and the Soads. Tho Teaguo ol Amorrcan Wheelmen hai performed a public service in issuing through its Committee on Highways Uo pamphlets on tho roads o( this country, their condition and their .euro. Tho second pamphlet, entitled "Tho Gospel of Good Roads," is a direct appeal to tho American farmer, by Mr, Isnae B. rotter, tho Chairman of tho whcolmcn's committee, and it deserves the attention of every countryman nnd of not a few dwellers in towns and cities. Mr. Totter's purpose is to show to tho farmer that tho greatest remedy for tho euro of unprofitable farming lies in tho farmer's hands. Tho common roads, ho points out, is part of tho machinery of agriculture, as much so as tho farm wagon ; nnd any improvements in tho roads reuueo tho cost of getting farm produce to market, and thus save to tho farmer more of tho value of those products. A bad road, says, Mr. Potter, is an expensive thing. To maintain tho 10,000,-00- 0 horses of this country tho figures arc those of tho census of 1880 osts $4,000,000 a day ; so that overy day that a horse stands" idle when ho might work is a waste to bo checked. Furthermore, every unnecessary horeo is a wasto of material ; and Mr Totter estimates that 2,000,000 horses not absolutely necessary arc UBed on American farms j a needless expenditure of $500,000 a day, exclusive of tho original cost of tho horses. On tho smootli surface of a macadam road ono horse will haul twice tho load that tho samo borso could haul on the best dirt road, and from five to ten times as much as canlo hauled by a single horbo whentbe dirt road is cocrcd Mith soft inud'and ruts : Mr Potter's pbamplets are .illustrated with photographs showing carts and wagons 6tuck in tho mud of our spring roads, somo of them within tho limits of tho largest cities of tho Union, while other pictures of country roads in Franco, Italy and Belgium indicate whatjjood roads aro. Ono or two plcturca show that American roads "may bo mado as good as tlioso of Europe. Jt is to bo hoped that Mr. Potter's collection of pictures of this last class may be rapidly increased. N. Y. Sun, half-loade- The Davis Quilter. llAhtiiNHiuuu, Ky., Aug. U8, 181)1. Know all men by thet-- presents, that wo tho undersigned citizens of llardinsburg, Ureckenridgo County, Kentucky, havo seen Davis Quilter on exhibition here- in our city, and wo do cheerfully recommend It to tho ladies of our town nnd county, as a very valuable nnd labor saing hncntion : V. G. Itabbagc, Mayor of tho City. Barrel Heard, Beard Hotel, Amos Hoard, Hotel Clerk, J. B. Utiby, Liveryman, J. 1L Glasscock. Merchant, J. II Lennhi, Editor Itcpubhc, Mrs. S. A. Hnfley A Co., Dry G'ds, A Child' Killed. Clayton Heard, Carpenter, Shacklott, I'rfn. High School K. Another child killed by tho uso of opiJolly Meador. Merchant, ates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. G. J. Getzendanncr, Tinner, Why mothers givo their children such C. K. IlasHolI, Merchant, Tlios. Adklsson, County Judge, deadly poison is surprising when they It. S. fikllhnan, Clerk B. 0. O. can rcliovo tho child of its peculiar trouT. A. McGill, Deputy County Clerk bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. .las. W. Miller, Sunt, of Schools, W. S. Heard, Merchant, It contains no opium or morphine. Sold Jcsso Whitworth, It. It. Agent, byG. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and K. E. Miotics, Sowing Mnch. Ag't, Witt & Meador, llardinsburg, Ky. A If. Allen, Lu'wyor, Wm. II. Hell, Merchant, John Slaton, Jailer, An Excellent Appointment. Gov. Brown's appointment of Dr. II. Sulzer's Tailoring Department. K. Puscy as Superintendent of tho Mr. J. II. Hunschc, tho Foreman of CciUrnl Asylum at Anchorage, is an excellent one. Dr. Puscy is a splendid our Talloiing Department will visit Clophysician ; ho is a man of untiring energy vorport, overy Friday of eacli week. Ho nnd his namo is synonym for honor. His w ill carry with him a full lino of Samples soul is large, his mind is broad, whilo hi representing our Stock of Pi ceo Goods, heart is tender and sympathetic, ever which comprises all tho desirable Standresponsive to tho weakest wail of suffer- ard and FancyStylcB introduced this seaing humanity. His host of ardently at- son. Ho will bo pleased to meet you nt tached friends aro rejoiced that lie is above place and dale nnd recolvo your again in a position so well adapted to his odrer. Respectfully, S. L. Sui.zKit. fine attainments and generous love of humanity. Dr. Puscy was SuperintendValuable Timber Land. ent during Gov. Knott'B administration, For Sale ISO or 200 acres of fine timber Gov. Buckncr was olected, he of a mile of Sample resigned. There was an attempt mado land, within Station, on tho Louisville, St. Louis A Texas to criticise) his conduct while in control, lUilway. Tor particulars wrlto the underbut Dr. Puscy's response, together with signed at Union Star, Ky. tho facts and flguics pertaining to his WM. MILKER. was unanswerable and remained unanswered. Hartford Herald. Excursion Rates to Louisville. d - Daviess.-.- " County "F air i EMPIRE-'- - AT OWENSBORO, KY., COMMENCES OCTOBER OFFICERS Dr, C, 6th, IT IS THE BEST! Bccauso i And Continues Five days. : 0, 70DD, Fresident. A, C. TOMPKINS, : ; : Vice Fresident, PHIL. T. WATK1NS. Treasurer. J, W, CARTER, Secretary, PREMIUMS. np-D-- Premiums this nro year prat ticnlly tho Kimo ns last year, which assures a Maintenances of tho high standard of Kxcollont Exhibitions in tho nmj.hi-theatr- e of Horses, Cattle, Sheer) nnd Hogs. It is a positivo FLORAL HALL. to approach as ncarns possiblo tho idea of an exposition in tho Floral Hall Department. In addition to tho premiums offer, eu on all products of tho Farm, Garden nnd Handiwork of tho Housewife, Artist and Seamstress, liberal inducements aro given to exhibitors of Musical Instruments, Sewing Arachines, Elegant nnd Costly Merchant's Display, Etc. It . Tmis tho desiro of tho Fair Company t It 'It Forco Feed. is tho only ono mnda that is a Force Feed. -- . ' avoids all guess work. ;r is guaranteed to sow all kinds phosphate. v ' V ''"rV - Try Our Celebrated Cleveland Dryer Fertilisers. and-whe- n SPEED RINGS. TT'WTi17'R Pr0Pcr restrictions Speed Kings nro acknowledge ns a legitimate (0 Fairs, tho prizes offered being n matter of importance to tho farming class, ns it stimulates tho breeding of better stock. Tho racing ns heretofore, will be honest nnd under tho supervision of competent judges, who will enforce discipline, and exact clear and fair contests and award tho prizes only to those who honestly win. HENSLEY & JOLLY j Farmers' Supply Houso, j average rainfall In the United Slates Is The savages have a doctor, but something over fortj Indies per )iar. The dirt road absorbs tin sc fort) odd Inches ol niter, uso certain herbs for all their ailments. freezes and thaws, dries, pulverizes changes Is not this example, though given us by from paste to powder and bick again from pow- savages, worthy of imitation? Lightning der to piste, and for necks at a time is practically Blood Elixir is a vegetablo blood mediImp usable. Iarin traffic It tied vp. You have 'produce (o sell, purchases to make,grain to grind cine nnd will heal and cures scrofulous timber to Inn I, bills to tolled and obligations to nnd syphilitic ulcers pimples on face nnd All dealers sell it. meet, but all IIicm: must wilt because )our only purify tho system. avenue of travel is taking its annual toik. A Ask to sec a bottle. dozen times a diy ou look out of jour barn door with the hope of teeing some btruggling For Clerk of the Next House. vagrant of whom jou can inquire, "Howls the road ?" Mr. G. It. Keller, of Nicholas county, to tho posiThe first cause of tho bad roads is the is a candidate for system of road making that prevails in tion of Chief Clerk of the noxt House. this country, that relic of the feudal sys- Every one in Kentucky who lias the fortem which requites all persons living on tune of Green Keller's acquaintance will a road to deoto so many days a year to nid him to ho elected to the position to neer "mending the road," to scrape the dirt from tho sides into the middle, nnd then trusting to Providence nnd tho passers-b- y to beat the upturned streak of dirt into something like a wheel track. A detail of this chief cause is tho absence of drainage. "Tho great destroyer of common earth roads," says Mr. Potter, ''are water and narrow wheel tires." The narrow wheel furnish the second cause of our bad roads. European fanners use much broader tires than we use here, and tho gauge of their front wheels is less than that of their hind wheels, so that tho two sets of wheels do not "track." In Bavaria, for instance, a stringent law is enforced against tho use of narrow wheel tires, and the width of tiro to be used is laid down as follows: Inches. "Two-wheTwo-whe- which he aspires. Competent and capable, understanding thoroughly tho duties of the position, lie should have an endorsement without opposition, and wo hope lie may secure it. Frankfort Argus. People with impure blood may be said to exist, not live. Lifo is robbed of lml f its joys when the blood is loaded with Correct this impurities and disease. condition with DeWitt's Sarsaparilla, it is reliable. Sold by G. W. Short. Tito Louisville, St. Louis & Texas H'y will sell round trip tickets to Louhnillo nt ono faro from all stations for all trains September ."0th and morning train of October 1st, good for return passago on any train up to and including October 5th, 1891. Their object in making these low rates nnd long limit is to enable its patrons to attend tho Fall Commercial P'elcbration, Satellites of Mercury, Lle-gaStreet Parade, Inhibition Drill Louisville Legion, Hicyclo Tournament, Association Base Hall Games, to witness the beautiful illumination of tho city and ahovo all, to givo you plenty of time to do your shopping and visit friends. For further information call on any agent for the company or address S. A. Wiki.i., G. P. A. nt HARDINSBURG, KY. MECHANICAL. Machinery, Stovesnnd Utensil usual addition to In ry, Carriages,thoWngonstiisplnyvehicles all kinds,Machinery.steam ninple nnd of of of tho husband- HERE WE AHE AGAIN power will be ! Furniture in endless variety. T am now back at my old ADMISSION. of nge, 15c- -, Children under stand and reAdults 25c ; Children 0 yours and under 15 years 0 years, FUKE ; All vehicles and animals, FltKE ; Admission to Grand Stand 10c j spectfully solicit First day, ladies nnd children under 15 years, FREE. For further particulars see the patronage of largo posters and premium lists. the public. furnished to mnko n proper display of every kind of -- t J. W. CARTER, Secretary. OUH GREAT NOTICE. W. It. Lyon, Sheriff of Hancock county, before advertising lands for taxes, you had better ex amino you records, If you keep any. You have advertised my land for taxe for the year 18S8. I havo your receipt In full for that year signod by yourself. X expect to hold you accountable for your false advertisement. David W. Sloan. Sept. 21, 1801. Reduction Sale GEQ. ! His Rooms Crowded. Everybody Satisfied, and Many Praise Him. FURNITURE, Honpit Goods. UNDERTAKER. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. YEAKEt & BO.,! BRANDENBURG, KY., A reduction in tho prices of goods thut will Insure a large reduction In the else of our stock. Wo have more Spring oods than vie should have, nt this season, and must movn them at any lost. The moit desirable goods In tho house have been selected for the encri flee, and at these prices will surely attract large crowds of purchasers. Here is a partial list of our wonderful attractions, and we h.iye thousands o f others just like them. The Air Lino Indicted. The Coroner of Perry county, Intl., in his report of tho Air Line wreck, lias rendered a crdict strictly against the road, ho found "that rotten ties, a high curved grade and unusual fast speed caused the arcident. Hnwesvillo Plain-dealer. OPIUM Atlauta,Ua. B.M.WOOLLKY.M.n. offlco 101J4 Whltrfmll St. nnaWMsVoyUablta cured at home without pain, liookofpar. tlcillars eent Fit ICE. KL-'.- h' ssBi JMrtiiAnrilta URE fill G 14 Q5K" FOR A ftifrrtT C8u JHould mT&e mhhim S "frilS SEE flGAIH AS IN YOUTH.) CELEBRATED mm jar REMEDY TH SUCCESS iantfirt HkErtw t va r 5 wigon with two hones wagon with three or four , . 1 Wpfg THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Aro tho rosult of years ot scientific experimenting, and aro now plucod, owinir to tholrsupcrlorlty, preeminently nbovoovorjr thine hnrotoforo produced In this lino. Thoyaroncknowlodcou.by,expcrts to bo tho finest nnd most ponoctly constructed s. HAS BlEM USEV CLOTHING. $10 for our merchant tailor suits, reduced from 22 dollars. $12 for our fine suits, men's nnd youth's, reduced from $18. $9 98 for all suits In corkscrew, worsteds, .to., reduced from $15. $7 49 for nil suits nil wool goods In ehevoits, reduced from $12. $4 93 for nil wool suits for men and youths, nice goods, from $8, 49 cents for blue bull-do- OLDS iiiislLsiHiiW "i WR THE LAST f OR SAIE EVERYWHERE 20 YEARS. horses I'our-whi1'our-whc- . ( 2i-- tl il wagon with two horses , wagon with three or four , J horses rivc-whe- J ' turnouts." Tho changes thus described aro certainly worth tho cost of building gooc roads. And it may bo said hero that St. Vlhis Dituco Cured. V1I1 Mr. Potter quotes with npproval and beBan Andubab, CaL Co., Cal , Teb. 1889. My boy, 13 years old, was; so affected by lief tho remark of n countryman, that 6t Vitus Danco that lis could tho roads woro not well paved because 2 years. Two bottles of not go to school for Pastor Koenlfi'g Norye rich peoplo had como into tho country, Tonlo restored Ids health, and ha Is now at. but that rich peoplo had como because tending school again. MICHAEL OCQNNEL. tho roads wcro well paved. A Very Bad Cant). As to the method of obtaining improvEif Klnu"n1 M4i March 8. 1801. My daughter had epilepsy so seyoro that sbo ed roads, Mr. rotter has decided ideas. would havo 6 or 7 fits every at hours. Iinuio. Tho .State, ho says, must build them and Ulatoly iifur using Pastor Koenlg's Norvo Tonlo maintain them. Somo States liavo al- the spasms docroasod In numbwr, and In less two woeks from taking tho first dose they than ready taken steps to secure competent entirely coasod. lleforo using this tncdlotne her Htipervisfon of road improvements, an inlnd was very weak, but now wind and meuv IuoJ entirely admission of their riglit nnd duty to by tho use of this grwvt remedy.oared una. j. u. Andrews, maintain tho cntlro highway system. A Valuable). Hook on NessVons Tho cost to tho farmers of Now York of a Ajirauaca oaui irvu lu maj Miurraw. na jutlenu csn slo obtain State system of roads will bo only so von lilff.lli t Ilia ioor Inn ItM .if nlinnrti. This remedy has been jprepared by the Reverend 1.48L per cent, of tho total, and in other States pastor Koenlu, itjwill not vary much from this porcent-- lioow prepared ot Fort Warns. Ind. since iSX, and umUrbla direction brtho fifci A bonds can bo issued for build- - KOENIQ MED.COm Chicago, III. tho cost in any ono year of Sold brDniKKisUatSl per Bottle. QfyfSS, da would bo infinitesimal to tho LantcHUo.tfl.75. Suid lie would profit abundantly j Buy tho Monarch shirt. wstmont. Ho is fifty, rarel) injure J, and so It paid to kicp better stock been born by his last wife. and, what was of very gnat importance, market eight years old. could be reached at any season. The farmers, formerly isolated for weiks together, discoverYou never tried Do Witt's Littlo Early ed that they could go where they would with case, and at the very season whin they had the Risers for constipation, "billiousness, sick most leisure. To ride a few miles after supper hcadacho or you would not have these was an actual pleasure, and soon almost every diseases. Sold by G. W. Short. school district had its social or religious, literary or political organization, and some had all four. There has been a general brightening up. The winter once so gloomy to the Isolated farmer, is no the teason when he re illy Ihes. Another rITtct was to create a sort of furor lor elegant Sickness at Knottsville. Lenses KNOWN, and aro peculiarly adapted g make. cottonade pants arIous lRunt in tho city yes- tocorroetlnn tho tho K0HIN00R will lmporfoo-tlonA trial of oonvinofl terday from Knottsvillo says there is a you thoy nro PERFECT SIGHT KENEWERS. Every Pair Warranted, great deal of sickness in tho community. SHOES 1'or Sale by Tho most serious cases are typhoid fever $1 24 for our best calf bropan, 'none such,' A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician reduced from $1.(10, .98 for a good full nbout four times as large as that of New of which thcro aro quite a number. stock brogon, reduced from $1 2 j. Prescriptions Rccolve Careful Attention. Tliero is very little sickness reported York State. Tho Trench Government 49 for men's sowed shoes, in all styles and CL0VE11P0RT, KY, $1 spends $18,000,000 n year to kc.cp them from any other section of the country. sites, formely $2. A full line of Buell & Sons celebrated in repair ; about as much as it costs to Owcnsboro Messenger. Shoes for men and boys, all styles and sites keep tho horses in New York Stato for at greatly reduced prices. DeWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses" tho $1 24 for ladles' bright Dongola kid Shoes four months. with or without patent tip, in button or in Not only do good roads diminish tho blood, increases the appetite and tones front lace. These are fins goods, reducxd cost of farming, hut they increase tho up tho system. It has benefitted many from two dollars. A large stock of ladios' jwjKPzPfTivt jivssBsiiE peoplo who liao suffered from blood low Bhoes, nil styles, to close them out, at value of tho farms. In all of New Jerw ill help you. and below cost. Sold by G. sey there arc several hundred abandoned disorders. It W. Short. farms ; in Union county, where of lato Dry-Good- s years somo 000 miles of improved roads A Numerous Family. have been built, there is not a single 5 cents for extra heavy old Kentucky A Hnwesvillo item. Luther Vititoo, a checks and stripes, reduced from 8 farm lying idle. In Parke county, Indi- resident of Hardin county, was hero tho Five and a half cents fur nice wool finish ana, the changes by improved roads arc other day. Mr. Yititoo is tho- father of chalHei, reduoed from seven and a half cts, thus described : 24 cents for all wool double width dress children and twenty-thre- e goods, cheeks, stripes, reduced from 49c. "The fanners hauled much biggir loids, and aro living. He has been married threo 14 cents for fine, black Lawns, In stripes, did it in March more tasily than in August; checks and grenadino patterns, reduced wagons lasted a great dent longtr; horns wen times and twenty of his children liavo A gentleman who was mL 6 horses Carts hating more than four horses and wagons having more than eight are not allowed upon the public roads, except by special permission obtained from the authorities ot the province." The roads of Europe are astly better than ours. Franco has 130,000 miles of good roads, though her territory is only .., 4 wagon with five to light. Wo cannot nflbrd to deceive you. Confidence is begotten by honesty. DeWitt's Little Early Risers aro pills that will cure constipation and sick headache. Sold by G. W. Short. .sslBfiiiii : 'ONSUMPTI0Ni0R A REAL LUXURY! . .r" & DR. D. REA, Celebrated Specialist. And in charge of tho Electrical and Surgical Department of tho Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky,, will bo at tho CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., Monday, Oct. 12. 91 And Itctiirn Kvory Four iiiirlnir ilto Year. AVocIcm Looking out over the many homes of this country, we see thousands of women wearing away their lives in household drudgery that m'ight be materially lessened by the use of a few cakes of SAPOLIO. If an liour is saved each time a cake is used, if one less wrinkle gathers upon the face because the toil is lightened! she. must be a foolish woman who would hesitate to make the experiment, and he a churlish husband who would grudge the few cents which it costs. If your grocer sends you anything m place of SAPOLIO, send it back and insist upon having just what you ordered. SAPOLIO always gives satisfaction. On floors, tables, and painted work it acts like a charm. For scouring pots, pans, and metals it has no equal. Everything shines after it, and even the children delight in using it in their attempts to help around the house. ErT" Grocers often substitute cheaper goods for SAPOLIO to mnlco n better proflt. Bend back such articles and Insist on having just what you ordered. ) and Notions - Dr, Ilea Ins hesn connected wlfh the largest linspltnls'ln the country, and has no superior In diagnosing and treating diseases and deformities, lie will give I50 for iuiycase that lie can. not tell the disease and where located in fiM. minutes. thirty-seve- n Ask my nsroiiU for W. I.. Ilnuala Rhoea. f not for snle In our iilncu nsk jour for rnler to nvua tlienitntnloguc, nvcuru Hie lor win. Jiaciicr. nmt irrt tVTAKB J0 8UHST1TUTK..JU B pjflD(l( ShiP i jadSfe WHY W. L. DOUGLAS THE THE It Is a seamless sboo, with no lacks or wax thread to hurt tho fecti mado of the beat floe calf, st) llnh aua easy, and became t male more ihott of tlilt grade than any other mannfaUurtr, It equals hand, soived shoes costing from I Ixu to $5 1)0. l, (BK OO (Jemiliio the flnrit calf ?Jm shoo over offered for $5 U) i equals I renin Imported shoes which cost from 11 ui to 6U 00. DO Hlior, 4tA. ityll.li, comfortable and durable. flue calf. The best upu llnnd-ROtviM- S3 SHOE BEST SHOE centTemen IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? FREE S 0IlotUr9. iron eAiiK nv ever uiiereu at mis price j same graae as cus- torn made shoes coitlmr from So ou to sTtki. Hlioei Karmors. Hallroad lien BO .10 t'oll co Cnrrlcrsall wear tbems lluecair, and Letter seamless, smooth heavy three soles, extenedgo. Ono pair wilt wear a year. sion no shoe ever offered nt EO "0 lino culfione betterwilt convluco tlioso this jirleui trial who want a shoo for comfort aud service. lid Workltiainnn's CO aren very 8'J.OO - and durable. Tlioso shoes strongpsfai who nave given them a trial will wear no other make. 00. 81.73 school RriVcst 8-.-woru bymid boysererywherei shoos are W the tueysell on their merits, ns the larreailng sales show. shoe, best HII.UU Iliiiiil-notie- d uongola, verystrlltht enualslrencn OUI Imported shoe costlmr t rom ttM to Mill. .l.ndloaVUflO, Si.Ol) noil SI. 75 shoe for MlMesare the best fine Uongola. Ntyllsti n lid durable C'nuilon. Bee that W. I Douglas' usine and price are stamped on the bottom of eacn shoe. W. h. DOUULAB, Ilrocktou, lists. p. tJa ln!l, 0Si cloths, black Henriettas, Cashmeres, fine French Satins, white and figured all wool Albatros, andjn fact all our dress goods of all kinds go in this great Reduction Sale. See these goods before you buy, It will pay you. 1Yi cents for fine quality sheer plain India Jlull, reduced from 12 cents. 9 cents, fine quality India Linen, from ISo. 9 cents, fine quality India Linen, from 15cc Acts, check and striped Muslins, from 15, 7o, for same, reduced from twelvo cents. Sets for a nico long towol reduced from 10c lOo fur misses' and children's black Lisle thread Hose, reduced from twenty flvo cts, 5o ladies' or gents' Handkercheifs, from 10c, 25, 120 fine French (llnghatni, reduced from 15o lOo. all new style dress Ginghams, from 8o nice dress Uinghnms. reduced from 12e We show you u 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 Ualvnnised Wash bowl. Five cents for n large site Tin Wash Pan. Ten cents for large Tin in me rod brass Walter, Ten cents fur Tin Milk Uan. Ten cents for galvanised Lemon Squeexor. Five cents for a large fire Shovel. Five cents for paper of tacks. One lot of assorted patterns wall paper, at 3 and 1 cents, Don't forget the Oreat Reduction Sales, nd plsce, Treats all Curablo Medical and Surgical insenses, acuio nna uimuNiu VAXAK1U1.. Diseases of tho Eye, Eur, Noso, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, from 25 and 20 cents. 10 cts for same clou, reduced from 1& cents. Briubt's Disease. Diabetes. Kidnevs. Our entire stock of fine dross goods comLiver. Bladder. Chronic Feinalo ami prising Henriettas, all shades, blaok Tamlse Sexual Diseases. THE THOROUGHLY Cor. Jefl'crson, Wm. LATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, WIUAKH Cojirt-llouse, RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. it;ii: A Rates $2.50 Per Day. Center and Green Streets, opposite " LOUISVILLE, KY. Positive Guarantee. Middle-Age- d A. W. Jones, J, J. Sullivan, J. L. Mat shall, Clerks. Men Caslkh. 0. II. Pirni-jiitEY- W. B. LOGAN, Managor. , Young and Suffering from Spermatorrhea and linpotcncy as the result of self abuse In )outh or excess Inlna-ture- r years and other causes, producing some of the following cflVcts: ns emissions, blotches, debility, nurvousnLS4, dizziness, confusion of Ideas, aversion to socictj, ilefictlvc memory and sexual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for business or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies not injurious. Breekenriilgc Co CASLER BUTTER AND Telephone 419, Ring 4. PUMPHREY, EGOS A SPECIALTY. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. LOUISVILLE, KY. Blood & Skin Diseases Syphilis and complications, as sore throat, falling of hnlr, pulit In the hones, eruptions, etc,, are perfectly eradicated without using mercury o other Injurious drugs. CJonnrrohct, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary lind Kidney troubles are speedily cyred by treatment that has never failed, lie undertakes no Incurable cases, but cures thoustnds given up to die. Itemcmbcr the date and come early, as his rooms aie crowded wherever lie stops. Consultation free. Correspondence solicited and confidential. ADDHKSS, THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Alii LIKE. (L. E. A 8T. L. R. It,) BANK op u SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO HAEDINSBURG Capital Stock $25, 000; St, Louis, Evansville South-West. AND ALL POINTS West and line-Car- Gqo. Yeakel & Co,, 5y J BKANDENBURO, KY. arllne 0 Medical & SunaiCAi, Institute, No. 309 Fourth St., Louisvlllo, Ky. Lr. d in Efeci Dec, IS i 7:45 2i25 B. F. BEARD, PrcilJenl. , ArrSt. Louli Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p,m,.,4:10 p.m. Investigate their merits. Don't storm tho system as you would a DoWitt's fort. If hold by tho enemy, constipation, Littlo Early Risers don't gripo, causo gently persuado it to surrender Mith nausea or pain, which accounts for their DoWltt'a Littlo Iarly Risers. These lit tlo pills aro wondorful conviiicers. Sold by Of W. filiort. popularity, G. AV. Short Bays thoy would not run a drug store without theso ttlo pills. Kvano'vlllo ", ,..S:50 p.m. For furthor Information, call on or addren, "...7:25 " WILL MILLER, M,H. BEARD, Cashier. O. W. BEARD JOS. S.ODIORNr, Oen'l l'asf. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. MORRIS BSK1UDQE R, M, JOLLY. J I 1 V - DIre(nrf . ' lata BOWMER & HAMBLETON CLOVERPORT' KY. I. L. BRYANT, Tray, rang'r Ag't, Louliyllle , K INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ff S I .0