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CLOVEKPOBT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1891. ,TOBINSPORT, IND. BIG a fl To Inmrofe Teat Butlao fj Stir yourself. Stfc jour help. your customer! IhrouBU "o "- vertltint columui 01 ni i'.r-"r- i IJon't letup, but keep evcrmimK at it. vol. xyi. ) NO. 11. ; Wc aro now closing out our lino of SPRING. Died, Smart, at her homo nt Ilito's Run, Ky., Sept. 24, 1801, Mrs. Francis Smnrt, aged 71 years. She leaves ono daughter, Mrs. Jennie Simons, Tobinsport, and live sons who mourn her death as tho saddest loss they . could havo sustained, In their alllction, they hnvo tho sympathy of tho entiro community. Her death will bo heard ro t??V0 with sorrow by all who know Iter, and will call up a long train of associations in tho minds of hundreds in different and distant parts of tho country. Few persons havo lived n lifo so full of usefulWith a grace ness and beauty as horn. As it is our special desiro to and refinement which won nil who applqnso tho farmers, wo now offer to proached 'her. Sho hIbo combined an unselfish sense of duty rarely equalled g'riml and never surpassed. After tho death of her husband in January 1st, 1880, slio made tho balance of her journey of lifo alone in tho midst sliare-in- g of her children and their joys, their social distinction, on every their advancement in tho world and mingling her tears when their sorrows camo. Sho loved this beautiful world and tho dear ones it contained for her, but sho had no dread of that inevitable In each week in lots not less than doom which awaits all tho living. Tho "We will take one-sixt- h memory of a lifo so lofty nnd devoted to six bushels. duty, so pure and noblo in nil its attri for toll and g'vo f 11 tho butes is a more precious inherintanco to all her wido spread family kindrid than Flour tho wheat makes after the tho possessions of millions. The world On any other is better becauso she has lived. toll is taken out. Sho was a christian without fanaticism Say we will have to exchange Hour a follower of tho mkster in all tho essential requirements of a rcligou which ex for wheat. . ' alts mankind and prepares them for a Believing that this plan will future life. Anxious lo live, sho was at all times prepared to die. Without n suit tho people, we hope to receive strugglo sho passed away nnd scaled with her lifo her deep devotion to thoso sho tho patronage of all. rV f f- -' ... v . , vy . CUSTOM WHEAT Custom Wheat grand-childre- n FridayANDSaturday 'Squiro Martin held court hero tho 21th. 'Squlro Craycroft hold court hero tho 2oth. Your correspondent, Thomas Durbin, Thomas McCans, G.'A. Mendor and wife, A. It. Morris and wife, John Meador, Robert Gray nnd others, went lo tho humor's picnic nt Mny's Grove, September 22. B. S. South was tho first speaker of tho day. Mr. South's speech was characteristic of the man that mado it. Ho first commenced a delugo of all tho vlndictiveness his vocabulary of anathemas contained, against the Democrats and Republicans. IIo sppko for ntioitt s of an hour, and then ho found that his political ammunition was exhausted and ho then retired until tho afternoon. T. G. Fallin, of Hancock county, was tho next speaker, He spoko for yno hour. Then Captain Mercer, of Brqck-enridgwas introduced. IIo held tho for wo crowd moro than could not understand him after trying to spell what wo thought ho said. Wo heard him say biblo devil confusion strife bcclzebub and a few moro indistinct elementary sounds wc could not translate. A fow moro speeches were mado by others, then tho crowd dispersed to meet at tho" same place next year. three-quartere, spoil-bounm -T Wo havo ' just received a beautiful lino of ' .'i ' , L XIXXJLP, P . . . , sUMMElt below cost. All things go cheap for cash, SHOES, and especially our e. , r and SUMMER LAWNS '';; J J ' ."W " , clothing; AND Wo must close thom out by fall to givo room for our GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. At 'prices that can't bo beat. NEW STOCK 9 OF GOODS. Wo expect to Wo keep constantly on hand a nico line of handle a lino of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed. Wo havo on hand also, a splendid lino of gROCERI At lowest prices, and arc also Agents for tho Drugs and Patent Medicines. Come in and give us a trial, and get a bargain in something you need before this opportunity ia gone Respectfully, WITT MEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. "There aro millions, in it" said a druggist when masked about Dr. Bull's Coligh Syrup. Price 23 cts. For somo timo past I've been n rheumatic. I recently tried Salvation Oil which gave me almost instant relief. I sincerely recommend it as it has entirely cured me. J amis Gordon, Balto, Md , HOME MATTEBS. Celebrated McSherry Wheat Drill And the North Western Pertlizers Co's., "HORSE SHOE" Brand of Fertlizer. Give us a call nnd you will never regret it. fr4 loved." IRVIN6TQH MILLING CO., IRVINGTON, KY. s. ..' . . ' How to save monoy can' ho told by calling on tho cheapest houso in"the world. Just notice some of tho articles I offer for Low Pricos and can furnish anything in tho Hardware or Stove lino. Tho distinguishing feature of her admirably character was iter overflowing humanity and her lofty unselfishness. Sho cast no weight upon tho sinkiiig barks of tho erring and "unfortunate, but with kind words endeavored to fill their drooping sails with tho air of hope. Sho had no jeers for tho humble or mistaken. Oli, if this world shall ever becomo tho nbodo of tho puro nnd happy, if from our sight tho long train of evil and tho hideous march of depravity shall ccuso and shall riso clothed in tho garments of pur-- , ity and light it will bo through tho teachings, intlucncq and example, such as marked tho course of her whoso lifo has just ended. Yet, not in vain 0, loved ono hast thou lived and died, for till along thy living path thy lavish hand didst plant sweet flowers upon whero gorgeous petals dow drops havo gathered and liko resplendent pearls aro glistening with kindly deeds nnd hopeful words. "Sunshine came along with the, Anil ltd genial rjjs have warmed our hearts and made us better for they tender love. I.lfe which we prize in long drawn agony, Only Its pains nbldfc its pleasures, arc as a bird which light and fly. Sweet Is fond love, but funeral flames must kiss, The breast which pillows and the lips which Sensible Suggestions and Every-DaHints to Practical Housekeepers. A bowl of quicklimo kept in n cupy Respectfully, Lamps, Stove Pipe, STOVE BLACKING 'The kind that don't take any work to mako it shirio. ' cling; I am selling tho cheapest stoves J. L. Miller. on earth. I have tho nicest and cheapest line of Heating Stoves on earth. The dew Is on the lotus ; Illsc great Sun, And lift my leaf and mix me with the sea. The sunshine comes, The dew drop slips into the shining sea, And thus the life of one noblo woman Is closed forever. COOKING STOVES f My lino is tho most complete, and for less money than any in . this section Wood Heating Stoves, Drum $7-0- Children nro just ns liablo to suffer from catarrh ns grown people. Tho best and easiest npplied remedy is Old Saul's Catnrnh Cure Tho best reform in domestic lifo is without doubl tho introduction of Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup. Now no mora laudanum need bo given to babbies. Coal Heating Stoves, Save Money and Suffering. Stoves., Coal and Wood Cooking Ono feature of the thousands of testi0 up. Stoves from monials that havo been given in behalf of S. S. S. is romarkable. In numbers of instances it is rolatcd that a great deal of time and money havo been spent in a COAL.-- . GRATES and price. a-- V V. vain effort to secure relief from diseaso in tho usual way. A knowledge of tho virtues of Swift's Specific would havo saved tho timo and tho money, to say My lino is complete, and will sell nothing of tho prevention of tho suffercheap. First class Double Barrel ing. There need bo no such mistakes 'Brecchloadorat $14. mado now. Tito grent blood purifier is shells any size, cartridges for snlo by druggists everywhere, and tho Loaded S. S. S. company in Atlanta will send lo all kinds. any address their Trcatiso on Blood nnd Skin Diseaso free, and a phumphlet conQueer world I Queer people ! Iloro taining a few of tho thousands of testinra men nnd women by thousands sufmonials they havo received from thoso All kinds and prices. Fire Brick who havo experienced tho benefits of fering from nil sorts oj diseases, bearing all manners of pain, spending their all on Flue Tiloing. medicine. physicians and "getting no hotter but rather worso," whon right at hand That Terrible Cough there's a remedy which says it can help Tinware, Stoves, Wash Kettles, In tho morning, hurried or difficult them becauso it's helped thousands' liko raising phlegm, tightness in e Skillets and Lids, Bolts, Hinges, breathing, quickned pulso, chillness in them.. "Another tho chest, say. Yes but not of tho Door Locks, Cross Cut Saws. Axes tho evening or swpats nt night, nil or any Tho mediciua is Dr. ordinary sort. All of which I will of these things aro tho first stages of con- Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, Dog Irons. and sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough it's different fiom tho ordinary nostrums sell at Rock Bottom Prices. Remedy will euro theso fearful symptoms in this : and is sold under a positive guarantee It does what it claims to do, or it costs by 6. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., nnd you nothing. Witt & Mendor, llnrdinsburg, Ky. Tho way is this : You pay your drugCLOVERPORT, KY gist $1.00 for a bottlo. You read tho diIt is a great deal easier to sco alleviaand you follow them. You get tions and to apply philosophical consola- rections, hotter or you don't. If you do, you buy tions in tho caso of a friend's trouble NOTICE. FRUITGROWERS! than in our own. Tho ono and only form another bottle, nnd perhaps nnothor. If Make jour orders by tie lit of October find of consolation which is universally true you don't get hotter, you get your money and applicable is that "it might bo back. And tho queer thing is that so vie will furolib you any Kind of worse." There is no conceivable caso so many peopKnro willing to bo sick whon vxitriT TRKBS, bad that this may not truly bo said of it tho remedy's so near nt hand. SMAiaj TBEE3, Mantles any Bizo PUMPS board wilL quickly nbsorb "tho moisture, if there bo any. Ordinary rubber ink erasers, it is said, ill remove rust from polished cutlery without injury. In bottling catsup or pickles boil tho corks, and while lipt you can press them into tho bottles, and when cold they aro tightly sealed. Uso tho tin foil from compressed yeast to cover tho corks. In somo new table cutlery tho handles of tho knives are of Dresden china to match tho table service. Salad spoons and forks aro of wood, with cut glass handles, and tho glass hnndlo carving knifo and fork accompanies these very g implements. To allay itching in somo cutaneous n very pleasant application consists of tho freely expressed juico of a lomon, diluted with four or five times its bulk of water, to which a fow drops of cologne hnvo been added or tho same quantity of rose water. This is very cooling. Housewives will hail n recent invention in furnishing which is intended to tako the placo of cumbersom window-screen- s. This invention is a window-scree- n which rolls up arid down liko an ordinary window shade, and, it is said, offers complete protection from flics and mosquitoes, as it screens tho wholo window. Tho wnfle-plnt- o is n great addition lo tho tablewnro. It mny bo had in plain china or handsomely decorated ; tho former cost SI , tho latter $2 to $3. Tho perforations in tho top admit tho escape of steam, so that tho cakes may bo kept warm, yet freo from moisture. Tho deep n bowl gives ample spneo for tho circles of delicious browncss. Elderberry wino is said to possess great medicinal qualities, and it is particularly beneficial whero tho system is reduced To mako it, gather from long sickness. rlpo elderberries, press out tho juico, allow ono mcasuro of sugar and water each to every measure of juice, put in an open vessel and skim every morning until clean ; bottle and set naido for threo months before Using. Flavoring butter with thaodorof fresh flowers is ono of tho arts of tho French pensantry. Tjio process is vory simple, and consists of putting tho littlo prints, which havo first been wrapped in a thin cloth, into a tight porcelain dish on a bed of roses or whatever blossoms aro choson, Among the flowers which givo tho most desirable results nro clover and nnsturtums. frail-lookinhalf-doze- iS CD The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can be found at MOORMAN & BEELER, GLEIMDEANE, KY. George Gould's Domestic Wife. Mrs. Georgo J. Gould, who was a Miss Edith Kingdon, is a famous young housekeeper, says tho Ladies' Homo Journal. Sho cares nothing for society nono of tho Goulds do, no matter what Is said to tho contrary buWovotes all her time to her husband, her children and her home. Sho docs all her own marketing, knows how to select a good joint, and, better still, knows how to cook it. Mrs. Gould is the wifo of tho prospectively richest man in America. Sho has. millions at her command, yet sho does not squander n penny. Her husband gi es her a fixed incomo for household expenses and a liberal allowanco each year for clothing. Sho keeps a littlo book in which is set down tho sums of money sho receives and spends, and onco each month sho balances It, pays all bills and begins a now account. Sho purchases every pieco of clothing worn by her children and often makes a special article of wear for them herself. Mrs. Gould is a firm believer that all wives should havo a fixed allowanco from their husbands for houseIt may bo hold and clothing expenses. much or little, just as tho husband can afford. Notice of Incorporation. Know all men, that A. M, Kusey, F. Fralze, John A. Harry, 0. P. Sawyer, T. F. Sawyer, S. L. Suher, A. T. Polk and A. R. Fisher, have this day associated thctnselvos together as a body politic and corporate under the corporate name of Home Supply Uas Company, with the follow Said Company log corporate powers, shall have perpetual tuccestion,may suo and be sued by its corporate name; shall have a corporate seal and may alter the Baino at pleasure, may makoicontracts, acquire and transfer property, real and pcrsonal,possesslng tho same powors In such respects as private Individuals and make now enjoyi may establish rules and regulation" doomed expedient for the management of their affairs not Inconsistent with the Constitution or laws of this Stato or of the United States. The naturo of the business of said company shall be to acquire by purchaso or lease the necessary real estate for the purposes hereinafter mentioned, to boro and drill for transport natural gas and oil and to sell tho same upon tho vote of tho mojorlty of tho capital stock of the Company, but, except upon the authority of tho capital stock of the Company, rcoplo Wlio IIuo No Timo' to Kcud. no gas of tho said Company shall bo used by the stockholders not disposed of only for tho It la rather remarkable-- how tho thou-enndomestic use of tho stockholders, nor shall any who pntronizo tho postofflco lucl: stockholder dispose of his stock to any one A littlo whilo ago thero wero except that the gas shall be for tho domestlo eyes. signs anil notices enough about tho uscof tho vendco, tho object of th"!s Company being only to furnish gas for the domestlo uso building to givo any ono who looked all of the stockholders in their homos and places tho information necessary about tho arof business, and not for the purpose of runrival and tho departure of mails and tho ning mills or any machinery, or for any other than domestlo uso. Tho capital other matters ubout which thoso .wlio stock of said Company shall be thrco thousand used tho building would naturally want dollars, to be divided Into sixty shares of fifty to know. But tho clerks had to answer Do Not Suffor Any Longer. dollars each. Tho shares and Interests of the so many questions that tho postmaster stockholders shall bo transferable, but only on established n Bureau of Information, Knowing that n cough can bo checked the books of the Company, In such manner as of tho whero nil questions should bo cheorfully shall bo proscribed uy tho in a day, and tho first stages of consumpanswered by a clork with nothing elso to Company. Tho privato property of the stocktion broken in a week, wo hereby guaran- holders shall be exempt from the corporate do. And now, although tho stamp Wintee I)r. Acker's English Cough Remedy, debts. The principal placo for the transactdows aro conspicuously placed and plainCompany shall be nnd will refund tho money to nil who ing of tho business of tho county, Ky. The ly marked, it has been found necessary Ilreckonrldge Cloverport, buy, tnko it ns por directions, nnd do capital stock shall be and may to put up over tho window of tho Inquiry not find our statement correct. For be told at or below par, as deemed best by bureau, in addition to its sign as such, n 'stock shall bo Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., said Company, and Company.paid up capital sign reuding: "No stamps sold hero." Said when Issued by tho Tho cleric had as many requests for and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. stock shall be paid for on call of the Incorporstamps as ho did for information. Now ators or directors in such manner as they York Times. shall deem best. Tho Incorporators herein I'ltrtliwiirniH iiiitl Suit "iVutor. at as may be or such economy named, meeting of themstockholders chosen diA very importaut fact in tho The First Symptoms of Death. to be of tho tho first of earth woi ms is their susceptibility to rectors, together with suoh persons as they Tired feeling, dull hcadacho, pains in salt water ; they nro for tho most part may asso late with themselves, shall bo th soon killed by an immersion in salt directors for the first year after the orvarious parts of tho body, sinking at tho water, nnd It appears that their eggs nro ganisation of. tho Company, and until the pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, its inflti-enc- o successors as directors aro elected and qualit: by-lapur-poby-la- Lallcist, J. 11. C. Nolto, Chas. 0. Martin, A. II. Moremcn, W. 0. Alltn, It. We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, $G.50, $7.50, $9.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and $1.00. Saddles, $1.75, 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a lino of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Cotswoll Wool.Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. Wo have a large line 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 will pay vou to exarnino our stock. at-ver- 1,1AM rmw Ste y Louisville, Si. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. zrro. At 5:00 o'clck TIME SCHEDULE Tukllir- - Effect A.JWednezday July Eatt Bound Mall & Kxpr's Dally 05 12 60 12 10pm 12 07pm , is. 29. '91 TVmiu M Wat Bound Traim 63 Kxpr's Expr's Dally 0 Mall & STATIONS Expr. Dally 9 OSpro Dally 8 010 720 !pm 820 900 9 IN DIM 0Jin Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar Kentucky m. West Tolnt Howard Hock Haven Long llranch llramlenburg Meade Springs Ekron Irvlngton Webster Lodiburtf Stephcnsport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawcsvlllo Falcon Cayce Lewfsport l'owcrs Pales Owcnsboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthinirton SpoUivUlt.' Itfi.kHt.a 1'etrlo Shops 1'ierce b&mple Guston sou 810 754 7 47 7 37 8 07 7 21 7 3!) 7 47 90J 905 938 9 41 757 8 01 8 US 817 8 2ii 8 3.5 8 4.1 962 10 Main 1143 1133 1128 1123 1114 11 11 01 05 srw 911 'J 10 9 31 8K! 85'J 1010 1018 10 28 10 33 10 41 1065 1048 1037 103.1 732 720 717 667 G48 - 639 631 C20 1045 10 48 o:w - HARDWARE nlso Incapable of withstanding for n prolonged period. However, tho eggs aro not deposited singly, but aro inclosed in largo numbers in an egg caso of a leathery consistence which may ho, for n time nt least, Impormeablo to sen wuter, It is therefore just that tho cocoons might cross in safety n narrow sen inclosed in a ball of earth updn tho roots of a floating treo. But it seems certain that a very long timo doe3 not elapsa before tho eggs in tho. cocoon nro fntnlly Injured by tho r. Tho only oxception at present known is an earthworm which is found in heaps of cast up seaweed on the seashores of tho Mediterranean and North sea. Chambers' Journal. sea-wate- fied. patent-medicin- Said corporation shall commence on the filing of these articles for record in tho County Clerk's bflico and shall teryears from said dato. minate In twenty-fiv- e The highest amount of Indebtedness or liato which said corporation shall at any bility time subject Itself shall not exceed one thouTho officers of said corporation sand dollars. on nnd by whom its affairs shall be conducted shall bo not less than fire nor more than seven. Directors who shall of their number at thnlr first meeting elect a President, Vice President They may also elect or and Treasurer, appoint such persons as they select Manager, Sooretary and for such other positions as shall ho deemed best for the purposes and Interests of the Company. In witness whereof the parties herein mentioned affix their signatures, this (25th) day of August, 1891, A. M. Kasey, Go to Short & Hayncs for"C. 0. C. S. L. Sulier, Per U. Cortnin Cough Cure," It cures Coughs, J. 0. Nolto, It. T. Polk, Colds nnd nil Throat nnd Lung Diseases. 0. P. Sawyer, T. F, Sawyer, If "C. 0. 0. Certain Cough Cure," is Chas. 0. Martin, Dreck-enridlo fovcrishncbs, pimples or sores, aro all positive evidence of poisoned blood. No matter how it hecarao poisoned it must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English Blood Elixir has novor failed to rtsmovo scrofulous or syphilitic poison. Sold under a positlvo guarantco by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and AVittit Meador, Ilardinsbnnr, Ky. 1010 1010 20 10 27 10 41 10 lo m 1C60 1102 1107 1118 1127 1131 1141 1020 1022 1019 1005 10 01 9 47 619 6 9S8 929 9 21 9 20 865 8 42 1145 11 52-- m 12 10pm 913 83J 800 7 41 819 611 567 662 541 531 522 516 612 600 437 428 It 4 40 1068 1108 1120 1129 1138 1165 1232 1241 1262 1U2 1 810 41' 12 05pm 118 120 40pm 1220am 731 lar.Henderk'n lv 70am 400 348 341 333 3 20pm Loulsvi!le,Mlnsburg&Weste,i No. 2 TIME TABLL. R. R. more or BoHton. Sixteen thousand moro West Hound Trains Kast Bound Tralhs : immigrants arrived during tho first threo Daily Dally Daily Dally months of 1801 than during tho corre- ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun 1 No. 5 No. No. 2 No. g sponding months of 1800. I Tho number of immigrants into'tho United States dnriug tho year 1890 was rather mote thini 405,000 that Is moro TAKING than tho population of St. Louis, Balti- EFFECT JULY 29, 1S01. U 30.1m Lv IrvlnL'ton Ar 9 45am 12 10pm ,. J. L. MILLER, not tho best remedy you havo ovor used for Coughs nnd Colds your monoy will bo refunded. Short & Hayncs. RitivVTeiri:e Wins. ' I SIIBUB3 ZACK.' green, I AcO. Manager Jlardlniburg Nursery. HABDINSDUlia, KY, "AHAKBSI V rI vea wttent un iiuhiiiuk rener him Cure for 1'IIm. l'rleotl.D, From present indications Malaria will bo drivon into tho Gulf of Moxicoby tho GreafConquoror "C, O. 0. Cortnin Chill Cure." Sold by Short & Hayncs. Tho greatest remedy known for Chills, Fovor nnd Mnlara is "C. 0. 0. Certain Chill Cure," Sold by Slioit &. Hnynes. PILES jiox.l,New Vort City. mado of snch "tin-plato- " A stew-paas tlio Ohio " McKinloy nnd Protection ,l campaign medals nro mado of would givo off salts of lead enough in cooking a stow in it to poison an entiro family. Mr. Mci Kinley.bas put himself in tho 'hands of Kress Liver Powder tho Great Gorman his friends " nnd tho Chnuvenet quantitative analysis of his campaign medals of Remedy is sura to give satisfaction, bePrlco 25o, A. R. Piquo "tin '' shows that somo tho hands' ware of Imitations. aro very bad. St. Louis Republic, Fisher, n Tjt-Bits. rubbed chloroform on his hands expected to win. but the other happened to know that male wasps do not sting, nnd accordingly got one of thnt sex. They But nnd smiled at each other, while tho crowd womU'U'd. until tho chloroform nvnnnrntiMl nnd then the tlUUl who Used it suddenly Jet go his wasp. Tho other man got the money. London Two farmers recently laid a wager that ono could hold n wasp longer in his Tho man who hand than tho other. IAUOr A. A. La Heist, A. It. Fisher. enrol Ztver Complaint siffcettoii and nw m uta vwtnytmni, At urUKWHUrt F. Fralto, John. A. Barry, II. II. Moremen, W. 0. Allen, ,... Dr. Acker's English JPills. Aro active, cflectivo and puro. Tor sick heudacho, disordorod stomach, loss of appetite, had complexion and biliousness, thoy havo nover been equaled, oitlier in Amorica or abroad. For Snlo byG. AV. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and Witt & Meador, llnrdinsburg, Ky. Ctarhcld 1225 12 45 Ilardinsburcr Kirk 118 Jolly 132 Glcndcane 163 Dempster 2 05 2 30pm ar FulUIlough 315 327 Hockvalu 3 37 lUrned 8 31 7 45 7 0S) 810 021 0 0!) 5 34am 4 65 4 44 4 30 863 lv 362 I 4 30pm ArlorclvilleI.v Asklns Oaks nuth 415 4 00am GREGOHY&GO., SotF-- s Headquarters for !fr&m&& Relieves quickly Rheumatism, Neu- Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cemeat, Mioa igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Cel Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, - OIL SALVATIONdrugjUU.) 38 ttn It, Soli all Prkt only by Apsmphletof Iniormstlon uidso-mow loa me laws, sinoioi ratenu," mowingt.TnOt'M Caveat Obtain v Marts, uopnanw, nni J ,. Fine & Poplar Shinf lip ly i'BBW r AMMO IHUNN ralgia, Swellings, Bruises, lumbago. Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Burns, Scafds, Sores, Backache, &o. s361 Broadway. nw xera. U Brick, Plow HaB3h, Ff fferiitfrf ways kept on hand, OtOaM Utfm:W' eoRftaittad by Mali atowptA "p i DM. ' ' ' Breckenridge News. "vednesday, October JNO. D. tl" Proprietors. .1 J HtRDINSBIG V. (l.UAHMAOG DEPAnTMENT. BRANDENBURG. John Owens, Wolf Creek, was in tho city Saturday. Mrs. Cain, of Bcloyvillo, was-i- u town shopping last week. Morgan Richardson is keeping hatch now. What a pity. Miss Pearl Ditto is visiting Miss Mario McGlosson, Louisville. Rov. Hays preached his first sermon in tho Methodist church Sunday. Andy Voss visited his mother and brother in Louisville last week. Miss Fannie Clarkson, of Big Spring, visited relatives hero last week. Mrs. J. W. Lowis and daughters from Louisville Saturday. Mrs. Patch Woolfolk is tho happy possessor of a new Chickcrlng piano. Mrs. Green Claycomb and family, of Webster, wero in town last week. There was a light rain fall hero Sunday but not enough to do any good. Tho change of weather is upon us, and Jack Frost is lurking in tho vicinity. Lawrence Lewis came down from Louisville Sunday, to visit his parents. Mr. Albort Johnson is visiting his uncle, Mr. James Fairlcigh and fnmily. Mr. Orla Richardson nnd Bon, Albert, saw tho wonderful belled buzzard last week. Dr. J. O. Cosby returned home Saturday, after a week's visit hero with relatives. Price's Floating Opera was at tho wharf Wednesday evening on ita way South. Mr. Ed. Wright, of Corydon, had tho base ball club of that city in charge here Saturrdoy. Lcn. Cashman, the big Breckenridgo assessor, was in the city Friday, smiling and smoking. Miss Annie Medley, of Garrett, spent Friday in town with her sister, Mrs. Frank McAuliff. Tho farmers arc very much behind with their wheat sowing on nccount of tho dry weather. Mr. Tliomas Crawford, of New' Albany, spent a few days with Mr. A. Moremon's family last week. "Billy" and tho old man had a regular rousing timo on that trip to Gnrnctts-ville, 7, isoi. - - - - Edlter VIHGII.. G, HAIItlAOn, Eititori and L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. GOING WEST. fi.t St. It. 'Kxpreu ' Local Freight & T. Local Time Card. 10.05 Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg ..12:05 p.m. QOINQ ItST. Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg- - 8:55 a.m. M1I and Express going Bait " a.m. " " West East West " " East West ..11.07 a.m. 5.J8 p.m. - 9.27 p.m. 11.19 a.m. 10.04 a.m. Beard & Bceler do sell clothing cheap. Miss Maggie Guthrie was nthomoSun-day- . Tho lawyors are busy preparing for Circuit Court. Mrs. Willi Harrison, of Irvlngtoil, was Hero last Monday. W. E. Spotswood, tho DavlB Qulltcr agent, left last Sunday. County Clork J. E. Monarch went to McDaniels lost Monday. Mr. Will Lcnnin and Jeff Hook returned from Louisville Monday. For a genuino custom mado boot or shoo, call on Beard & Beeler. Mrs. Martin McGlothlan, of Irvington, is visiting Judge Adkisson's family. Misses Alice and Sallio Baker were visiting here from Glendtanc, Sunday. Mr. It. N. Miller and Hal Murray, wero in tho city last Saturday. Monroe & Son will givo you a bargain in shoes and hats, and winter underwear. Mrs. F. Monroe hosjustreceivedanow line of fine dress patterns, trimmings, etc Mr. Henry Lowis has moved his shoo shop up stairs over Jeff Mattingly's store Mrs. James Payne, of Stephensport, was visiting Major Scott's family last week. Go to Monroe it Son's for dry goods, their stock is new and tasty, latest styles and best quality. -rt, Thrke cheers for Grovcr, Frances nnd tlio baby. pin on a diaper. II ho don't let him step this way and we'll givo him a pointer or "Wondkii if Grover knows how to two. ville, has been acquitted by a Shelby villo judge. Ho got out on a mere technicality of the law. Banker Theodore Schwartz, of Louis- quarter ending September to Dunn's Mcrchantilo Agency, there wero 2754 failures in tho United States. DuniKO tho 30, according GnEn.v Kellar is not bo certain whether ho will win tho race for clerk of tho Legislature or not. Though he talks a good deal in his sleep. GnAYsox county is maintaining a preW Circuit ty good record for lawlessness. Court is in session dVor there and there are' 153 criminal prbsecutions on the docket. Uuky Woodson 1b often seen in close conversation with Gov. Brown. It is becould be induced to become a llnilroad Commissioner, or "something like that." lieved fc N i . A- , .. on the soutn-sul- c of the street opposite tho We want butter, eggs, chickens, fruit, etc., in exchange. Highest market prico ' Tiiehk is more trouble in tho Tension paid. Beard & Bceler. Commissioner Haum has deBureau." Tho Louisville negroes had an excurmanded the resignation of three clerks in with plotting sion down hero last Sunday. There wero his otlico, whom he charges several hundred of them. to ruin his character. Sam Harrison's trial will most likely The case is sot come off at this court. The negroes of Pennsylvania aro put-tin- e for tho second day of tho term. up a job on the Republican party. Mrs. Itoland Smith, Mrs. Brooks and Only a few days ago they resolved to organize themselves in the interest of tho Mibscs Nora Smith and Eva Hcnsley redidn't they ? Democratic party, and vote that ticket turned from Louisville) Monday. Hugh Ditto mado a flying trip homo Misses Lillian Greenwood, Belle Elder for a change and Jennie Bates, Cloverport, were visit- Tuesday night and back to Louisvillo Wednesday morning. Those soldier boys who threatened to ing Mr. Slnton's family last week. Mrs. Radley, of Paducah, is visiting s resign some time ago had as well do so, county Hardinsburg needs a or make up their minds to live on plain fair. Witli tho proper exertion we could her sister, Mrs. Dr. Hardin, who we are pleased to say is improving. Gen. Gross havo one under way by next spring. rations while in camp. Superintendent O'Bryan was not out says emphatically that ho will not sancDon't fail to try our guaranteed Hog tion any extravagant bills. losing your in tho county visiting schools last week Cholera preventive beforo on account of not being well. . hogs and corn too. Beard & Bceler. Tho Fontaino Field base ball club wero lias Jim Walker, colored, of this city, The pareonago of the M. E. church Somo defeated by tho Corydon club Saturday, gono to Frankfort to act as porter in Gen. South was overhauled last week. Gross' ollice. Tho General believes in of tho rooms were newly papered and and tho latter club went homo in high glee. rewarding the colored man who has been painted. faithful to tho Democratic party, and went to tho wMr. Charley Durham Junius nnd Overton Rawlings, Kansas Jim lias been ono of them. The place Owensboro fair yesterday. There will bo City, arrived in the city last week to see dollars a month. and to- their sick sister, who is now improving a number of others going pays thirty-fou- r morrow. slowly. Monroe & Son pay highest prices for Gov. Brown has announced as tho Joe. A. McGchce, J. K. Ditto, Chris. Commissioners to revise tho Statutes: butter, eggs, dried fruit, beans, onions, McGehee and Boss McGchec, of the BotJohn D. Carrol, of Henry county ; "Wi- feathers, beef hides, sheep pelts, tallow, tom, wero in Louisvillo at the Satellites' lliam C. McCord, of "Washington and beeswax, etc. parade last week. Monroe it Sou have added dry goods, These men James C. Sims, of Warren. Tho members of tho M. E. church gave are all lawyers of excellent ability and boots, shoes, hats, caps, notions, ladies their now minister nnd wife, Rev. and attainments, and aro well fitted to per- and gent's furnishing goods, etc., give Mrs. Hays, a donation party at the parform the important work that is before them n call and learn prices. sonage Friday night. Tho Louisville, Hardinsburg and Westthem. John Frakcs is overhauling tho gas ern railroad will sell excursion tickets to well by Ashcrafts, and by tho last of this Tun Hon. Harvey Watterson, father of Owensboro, beginning October Cth, and week tho Saint Cloud hotel will again bo Mr. Henry Watterson, died in Louisville good returning until tho 10th, one fare heated and lighted by natural gas. for tho round trip from all stations as far last Friday. Mr. Watterson was ono of Mr. J. F. Read,,of Elizabethtown, and as Glcndeane, for the benefit of those the old school politicians in this country, Miss Mnttie Richardson, of this county, who wish to attend the Owensboro fair. and like his son, had a national reupta-tioWe will sell to the highest bidder on wero married Tuesday at the residence The announcement of his death of tho bride's mother, by Rov. E. II. will bo received throughout the country tho first day of Circuit Court at tho court house, door at 1 o'clock p. m., ono horse Morrison. with general sorrow. nnd buggy, ono spring wagon and 110 Rev. E. II. Morrison nnd family left acres of land lying two nnd one-haWednesday for their now homo in TrenIt is said that tho entry of Mercury in- miles cast of Hardinsbug. Land one-ha- ton. Bro. Morrison nnd family have to Louisville this Fall willr p'robably bo cash and balanco in twelve months. mado many warm friends during his for tho last time. The Satellites and the F. Monroe & Son. pastorago here, who wish them God procession, nnd tho big ball was all a The following is a list of the marriage speed in their now field of labor. very good show, but it has ceased to attract large crowds to tho city. Tho peo- license issued from tho Breckenridgo Mrs. Joe Phillips accompanied Miss ple aro ready for a change, and if Louis- County Court Clerks office, for tho month Mattio McGoheo homo from Chicago. ville wants to draw a crowd next year of September: Jesse W. Bruner to Miss She will visit relatives in Meado and Bho will have to get up altogether a new Bessie E. Kennedy ; Hayden Bowman to Breckenridgo counties for a fow days Miss Milda Smith ; W. O. Taul to Miss show. then rejoin her husband nt Memphis, Rlioda E. Burditt; Henry Beedle to Miss Tenn. Kola Cooper; Henry T. Paul to Miss The new Constitution has been signed, Elizabeth B. Board ; Milton Board, Jr. to s Some nnto diluvian smilo sealed and delivered and is now tho law Miss Mary S. Shumate; Richard Mercer Incredulously when we call this city "a of the land. It has been argued that the to Eliza E. Garner; John Y. Nichols to city." If we don't call it a city who in now instrument will bring about more Stella E. Brunnor; E. W. Matthews, Jr. thunder will ? When a citif.cn of Branlitigation among tho people of the State to Ida Cooper. denburg has cause to speak of his home than they have had for tho past half a Postmaster John P. Haswcll of this place, ho should say "tho city," and if century. Whether this ho true or not, city, agrceablo to the request of tho Jio should ever havo to mention that vilthere is ono thing pretty ovidcut, and Postmaster General, has visited all the lage up tho river yonder, ho should say that is, it will be good a long time beforo in this county and mado his. "Louisville, the county Beat of Jefferson." tho people can have any correct idea as roport. Ho says he found somo of the to what tho law is, on account of the BilNGary and Boverloy Mattingly had offices kept in excellent condition, whllo a horso trade the first of last week, which various changes that have been adopted. others wero not so good. Tho great 'difis nothing very startling or out of tho This may bo ono feature that will bring ficulty in a great many offices was tho on litigation, the failure to understand want of common way in theso parts, if tho trade tho proper instruction as to their the law as it is. Lawyers themselves management. Tho mall facilities have goes off tho way trades usually do. But in this instance it seems that Mattingly and tho judges also will bo some timo in been greatly improved in recent familiarizing themselves with tho changes thought ho was somewhat scorched, and years, nnd twenty-on- o offices out made by tho new Constitution,nnd when about Thursday concluded ho would thirty-seve- n of in county the that is the case, how aro tho great mass arc supplied with mail six days in tho trade back. So ho camo down Thursday of tho peoplo to know anything about night, nnd Gary not being nt homo it was week. Mr. Haswell inspected tho conit when they aro not expected to givo it dition of every office in tho county and an easy matter to rue by placing his horso in tho stable and riding off homo Long usago of tho old was very agreeably a close study. entortaind by tho tho horso ho had traded to Gary. Constitution nnd the Statutea formed un- people Next his rounds. A now in der it, had brought tho people to under- Elza, has been lately established between thy when Gary discovered tho trick, ho was naturally not in tho best of humor, stand both fairly well, hut that they aro McDaniels nnd Evolcigh's Mill, John T. nnd sent Mattingly word to bring tho jiow to bo altogether revised it will re- Moore, Postmaster. horso back or ho would send Sheriff quire many years of study to understand Tho Hartford Herald Bays : " Last Fi either. morning Mr. John Miller, of Magan, Woolfolk after him with a warrant for This brought Mattingly wont out on his farm where Billy Tan in and tho caso was finally compromised How's This 7 ner, n man tnat nveil on Ills farm, was " We offer Ono Hundred Dollarslto ward cutting up corn for tho purposo of feed by Mattingly paying Gary $10 and each for any case of catarrh that can not be ing it. Miller ordered him to stop and man retains tho same horso ho had at cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. get out of tho field, which ho had dono first. F. J, Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O., onco or twice beforo with the desired It behooves tho peoplo of this city and Wo, tho undersigned, have known F. effect, but this timo Tanner became en- vicinity to look well to their locks and raged and began to curso Miller, who fastenings, both to their dwellings nnd J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and him perfectly honorable in all busi- threw a stono at Tanner, but rnissed tho That there aro bad and ness transactions and financially able to mark. Tanner then ran onto him with dangerous characters in tho community carry out any obligation mado by their tho corn knife, striking him over tho is well known, - Tho latest from tho bond twico and on tho shoulders onco. night prowlers occurcd up in tho Bottom firm.. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist, Each stroke cut to tho bono, and theso about 3 o'clock Sunday morning. James Scott, a man living on J. A. McGeheo's Toledo, O. Wnlding, Kinu & Mprvin, on tho head shivered tho skull considerably, Dra. Bean and Westerflold wero place, heard unusual noiso around his Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. Hall'a Catarrh Curo is taken internally sujiimoned to dress his wounds and pro- houso and upon going to tho door and acting directly upon tho blood and mu- nounce it a doubtful case," Mr. John opening it ho was confronted by a largo Prico 75 Miller is tho Bon of Mr. Charles Millor, man standing upon the doorsteps, who cous surfaces of (tho eystcin, who lives near this placo. Hcemcd to bo undecided whether to como cents per bottle. Sold by all druggist. court-houBfirst-clasto-da- y n. lf lf moss-backpost-oflicpost-oflice, horso-Btcalin-bo-lies. that Mr. "Woodson Ulini.iX!WiB iiua Djiuiicu u juwuiry siuru in or go away. Scott reaching for hi gun, however, caused him to "get ft move on himself." By tho time the gun was procured and sheila, found nnd slipped into tho chambers there was nothing but the noiso of fleeing footsteps to ilro nt which was without effect, and tho scamp after ho had gotten out of shotgun range, had tho gall to stop and curse back. Tho city was full of school teachers last Saturday, who had como in to got tho money duo them, but wero Badly disappointed when they wero Informed that it had not yet arrived from Frankfort and that the stato was only ablo to pay half tho amount duo tho first Saturday in October. This is first blood for The Convention. tho Constitutional next blow will fall upon tho farmers and householders generally when tho taxes aro raised to supply tho deficit In tho Treasury and to run tho state government under tho now arrangement of things. Then thero will bo somo old ho kicking done', nnd somo of thoso fellows that blowcd around bo much last sum' mcr about tho "Peoplo's Constitution" will feel like administering a good kicking to themselves. ort-abl- e Tho of tho county by tho county school Superintendent is a matter of much importance to every teacher, trustee and patron in Meade county. Tho many conflicting boundry lines causing many pupils to bo reported from two and sometimes more districts, nnd the stnnllncss of some districts causing them to lw of hardly any practical benefit whatever to thoso who aro enrolled in sovthem. Creates n great deal of disturbValuable Real ance and dissatisfaction throughout the alcounty and makes this most an absolute necessity. Whllo tho nurnoso of tho Siincrintondnnt in to rnr- rect theso irrpcrnlnritips nnd to mva Inner. I nnd better fncilties to those dis tricts which now havo littlo or ho school J at all, it is his desire that it shall be done in such a manner, that now exist-tin- g hat-th- at good schools shall not bo injured. symFor this reason ho desires thnt all trustees and persons interested in tho schools of tho county look well into this matter and givo him all tho information possiWhatever may bo your taste you ble. As tho welfare of tho common can find a satisfactory stylo nnd a schools issoracthing that deeply concerns As administrator of tho estate of satisfactory prico at tho whole peoplo of Meado county. Tho opinions of any and every patron on this T. N. Warfield, deceased, I will . subject should bo given duo consiflera- -' offer for sale until November 1st, tion. Nothing should bo done hastily 1891, at private or public sale, tho Farmers' & Manic.' Shoa & Clothintr Homi and every proposed change of boundry following described property in and CLOVERPORT, KY. should bo well discussed nnd throughly near tho city of Cloverport : understood by those whom it will effect directly. 0 Do You Want A FAKM ? Do You Want 33 A HOUSED LOT? DO You Want A Talk on Hats. O m m A Good Dwelling? head that wears a a crown " may have "Uneasy lies the (D td Do You Want A Tobacco Warehouse? All located in and near Cloverport. If so now is your chance state er-tcr- HOUSES & LOTS That must be SOLD A Tract of 190 Acres been sound philosophy ye olden time, but uncrowned heads are very unco mf these days. True, styles in crowns have changed somewhat and this may account a for it. It is now the & privilege of every ereign citizen of this I free land to wear a high hat or a low hat, er narrow or broad brim, o P hard or soft, round or s square, or perchance o a straw s bol of summertime serenity. g CO C9 H X 35 H V H 0 0 0 7 m m 0 d o Hf z m lJ 9? "0 05 O V' W -- ;z o -- Goodman $ IIein'5 ai a o n w Lightning Hot Drops is tho greatest of all known remedies for tho curo of all kinds of pains external and 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 a number of pain remedies, nnd unhesitatingly pronounce it superior to any of them. It is a most wonderful remedy. Havo used it in quite a number of cases of diarrhoea, and am glad to Bay it has not failed in a Binglo instance." For sale by all dealers HARRY GUENTHER 40.1-4- 07 & BRO. More or less of good 'land, lying on Clover Creek, three miles from Cloverport, near tho John Hardin Also placo, with improvements. 100 acres Woodland lying near tho above tract. This is fino land, produces well and will bo sold at a East Main St., - iEircs iisrES: From I to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL bargain. 160 Acre Tract In Hancock county, near Patesvillo with improvements, occupied at This this timo by Ben Shadrick. is also a fine tract of land with good improvements nnd suitable for a small farmer. A bargain for somebody. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS. STEPHENSPORT. Mr. Frank C. Ferry was In town Sunday. W. K. Riley's photograph gallery is in town. J. W. Jarrett went to Louisville Wcd-ncsda- Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and GristMills, ' Cane Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Keep in Stock Now and Second-lian- d Machinery,' y- This placo was well represented nt Louisvillo last week. To-Mr. M. Blain nnd son. Billy, wero in Louisvillo last week. Mr. Gus. Shollmau and sister returned from Louisville Sunday. Near the upper landing in the city Misses Etta and Emma English went of Cloverport, capable of handling to Louisvillo Thursday. a million pounds of tobacco: Mr. Criss Best lias a now shinglo mill under a high head of steam. Mrs. M. Blain nnd Miss Florence Williams are at Alton visiting. in said city fronting on High street Miss Emma Mosloy will open school running back 400 feet to Houston at Pleasant Valley next Monday. Tho now M. E.' preacher will tako pos- or Railroad street, with a two story dwelling and L and other outsession of tho parsonage this week. Mr. Jas. IV Lay will movoin tho house buildings, occupied at present by just vacated by Mrs. J. C. Brashear. A. S. English as a private hotel. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Brasher and Mrs. R. J. Napper went to Louisvillo Wednesday. We havo had no rain of consequence for six weeks. Cisterns nnd wells nro all ofunimproved property lying within U One Lot with Large . Correspondence solicited. Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, v Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. PRICES and guaranteed to be satisfactory. . baccoWarehouse on it GIYB TJS .A. OALL. i.3nTO"crnsroE3ivd:3Ti: OF THE One House and Lot -- fflardinsbnm .': Normal :. Institute:' A Tract of 10 Acres, about dry. tho corporate limits of Cloverport. Terms reasonable. Call on tho Mrs. J. C. Brashear and family moved to Louisvillo last week, where they will undersigned in Cloverport. ' Monday, August 31st, 1891. The Spring term of sixteen Monday, January 18th, '92: The Summer term of eight Monday, May 6th, '92. weoks will begin j The Fall term of twenty weoks will begin weeks will begin ' ' ;- - open a boanling house. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. II. Pnyno nnd fnmily nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam. Payuo wero in T. N. WARFIELD, Dec. Louisvillo last week. Miss Nora Hall and Mr. Will Lennin, of Hardinsburg, wero guests nt tho BenAlso for sale one nett Houso last week. Mr. James Crawford and daughter, who havo been spending tho summer in Canada, nro daily expected homo. in Stephensport. Mrs. Geo. McMillen returned to her homo nt Mt. Sterling accompanied by Miss Bertie Allen as far as Louisvillo. Mrs. Leo Isaacs, Miss Georgia Hawkins. Mrs. A. T. Bennett nnd Mr Geo. of good land on Bull Creek, near Jamison nttended tho celebration at John Ahl's, with improvements. Louisvillo last weok. Tho school building is complcto nnd school will open Mondny with Mr. Joel II. Pile, of Buras, principal, and Mr. Frank Jolly, assistant. of good land, yory well improved, Wo aro Borry to loso our old citizen, near Cloverport, on tho Patesvillo Mr. Caleb Hawkins, who was married last Thursday at Whitesvillo at tho homo road. of tho brido , whero ho will resido in tho F. FEAIZE, Adm'r, House and Lot 95 Acres Tuition in Primary Course, $1. GO per month. " Elementary Course ..-.,...- '' 2.00 '"?'" ' " . Intermediate Course - - - . . . . 2.50 . T' " Other Courses 300' All Tuition Fees must bo paid in advance, unless otherwise arranged. No reduction for absence unless caused by sickness. ., -- TUITION FEES: Board can bo had in private families at $2.25 0 $2.50 per week ' including fuel and lights. Tho Principal has had marked success at this point, and by tho aid of tho pooplo wo hope to achieve a great deal more. Wo can givo pupils every advantage hero that they can got at any school. ' For further information address BOARD: 97 Acres R. P. SHACKLETT, Prin., HARDINSBURG, KY. PUBLIC SALE. will fall at publlo tale SATUUDAY, OOTOBEIt 17th, 1891. On my promlaei, all my itoolc, consisting of nlno bead of horses and mules, five cows and several young cattle, eto. All my farming Implements, two wagons and one buggy. All sums of $7 and under cash In band, all sums over that twelve months time with approved seouilty, bearing 0 nor cent. Interest. I will also offer my farm for sale, consisting of 186 acres, situated one and a half miles east o' Hardinsburg. Tho farm Is welt watered, has eight lasting springs on It. and between 00 and 100 acres of valuable timber. Terms of farm made known on day of sale. A word to stave and timber men, come and see the boundary of timber bofore the day of sale, I will take pleasure In showing timber and boundary at any time, Come and get a bargain for I am determined to sell. Sale to commence at 0 o'olook. PATRICK TKAFF, Hardinsburg, Ky. J. LAND FOR SALE. Ueek,- - the homestead farm of ,Vhq water of Calomeie future Tho amount of fruit canned in this small town is enormous. What must tho county contain ? Wo should indeed with improvements in Hancock givo thanks nt tho close of this bountiful county, two miles from Clovprport, year lor our fat graneries and collars. . on tho Patesvillo road. Tho artistic fingers of autumn is now painting tho grand old forest, nnd already Tonus reasonablo. Must sell tho wind as it rushes through tho sapless to pay debts. Call and see mo. leaves is hoarse with tho chill of winter. BROWN'S WON BITTERS 60 Acres acres In cultlva-tiowith oak poplar. a on" teSemen ,DB ,?well,nt bouse, and neoossary out buildings. Price and terms reasonable, address' M. R.SHRKWSDEnilV, wlW'i Ab,"13S John Shrews- n. h' Leltobdeld, Ky. LAND FOR SALE. ' Cure Indigestion; HlUousnesa. Drsporala. Mala. rla, Nervousness, and Gcuoral Debility, l'byit clan recommend It. All dealer tell It. Genuine has trade mark and created red Hue on wrappec F. FEAIZE, CLOVERPORT, KY .uTtU Iarm,llM ,n Dreokenrldge oa head, waters of Long Llckand onf-hamile from the I;. II. A Vf, raod, mproved. Will sell . a whole or drd7lm tracts to suit purchasers. For further address W, W. LEWIS, T,m Owensboro, Ky, lf Capt. Burkett with a large forco of J. W, Brainard went to Chicago Sunday. men were at work all day Sunday on David Duncan went to Louisville Inst Sulzer's building. It Is now safo from week. tho weather, and tho addition of ono ! Mrs. Win. Hall returned from Louis- story helps the appearance of it wonderfully. It is tho only three stoiy business ville Monday. Now com is selling from wagons nt 10 hotiRo in the town or county. . wo cents per bushel. Wo call tho attention of persons wantHardlnsburg Circuit Court convenes at ing any kind of machinery to tho ; next Monday week. W. II. Guenthcr it Bro., of Mrs. Elvira Babbngo returned from Owensboro, In this issue. Thoy supply IInrdhi8burg yesterday. all kinds of machinery, and make a Rev. I. V. Gregory' preached in Fish- specialty .of repairs. Thoy are roliablo andapy tjiing they sell you will bo just er's Hall Monday night. u humbug-ger- y l lVffl'4RKH Mr. J. K. McCrackcn and Mr. Apple-gat- as represented. Give them a trial and mention tho Nnws. LwlwiHo, wcro hero Saturday. Both tlio motliod and results when Miss Ella Goodson baa charge of tho BEWLEYVILLE. Syrup of Fi'gsis taken; it is plcasnnt choir at tho Baptist church. and refreshing to tho tasto, and acta Mr. Geo. Drury goes to Owensboro this Dr. J. B. Cottrell is in tho city visiting gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, week to attend the fair. his daughter, Mrs. G. W. Short. Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho eys-ter- n --fcfiectually, dispels colds, headMiss frollio Honderson is visiting reGen. Alphcns Baker, a prominent aches and fevers' and cures habitual lawyer of Louisville, died last week. latives and friends in Louisville. constipation. . Svrun of 'gs is tho Mr. nnd Mrs. Z. T. Stith wcro visiting Mr. Jas. V. Culloy, of Tallahassee, Fla., only remedy of ita kind over profriends in Louisvillo last week. is visiting relatives and friends here. duced, pleasing to tho tasto.nna ac- Miss Lucy Frank leaves this week for Mrs. Mary A. Willing, of Fulton, Mo., ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in Mrs. F. II. Sawyer. a visit to relatives in Louisville and is visiting her sister, its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most Mrs. Geo. E. Chick, of Mt Sterling, is healthy and ngrceablo substances, Mrs. Eliza Taylor and daughter, Miss visiting her sister, Mrs. It, 15. Moorman. its many excellent qualities comTonic is rapidly making Bcttic, of Rosctta, attended church hero Yucatan Chill mend it to all and have mado it friends whero a tonic is needed. Price 50c. Sunday. inost popular vemody known. tho Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kolth wero in Lannio Smith, of Owensboro, is to bo Syrup of Fig. jforsnlo in 50c congratulated. It's a boy, born, Sept. Louisville last week attending tho coloand SI bottles by all leading drugbration. 30th. gists. Any reliable drugpist who A largo congregation greeted the new There aro sevcial patches of grass on may not have it on hand will protho streets yet. Has tho Mayor over- minister, Rov. Mi. Cnndiff, at tho M. E. cure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try church Sunday. Do not accept looked them. any substitute). Beavln nnd wife returned Mrs. Alonzo Moremen, of BrandenMr. Frank CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. lust week from a visit to Cecilian, his burg, spent sevoral days last weok with SAN FRASCISC ), CAL. wife's old homo. her daughter, Mrs. C. II. Drury. College LOUISVIUE, KY. HEW YORK, H.Y. Mr. Porter Hall and daughter, Miss Jas. Lewis has tho contract for buildSHORTHAND. TELEGRAPHY. &o,g I UT VVRITE FOR OATALOOUE AND FW.L INFORMATION. a w ing two depots, ono at Gleandeano and Kato, of Illinois, wcro visiting Mrs. SuM. san Triplitt, Mr. Hall's mother, last ono at the Falls of Rough. TOBIN Tho river is lower than It has been for week, GLENDEANE. Messrs. D. C. Johnson, Alonzo Bennett, years. Tho smallest boatsJinvo trouble Mrs. Rona McFall Is sick. Office in Dr. While's old stand up stairs. in getting over tho bais. Herbert Cain and Dr. J. M. Walker wcro Miss Amanda Dean is in Louisville. Farmers aro busy sowing wheat. Mr. Dick Owen took in ho city sights son, Thomas, in Louisvillo last week during tho celeMrs. F. J. Ferry and her OLOVERPOBT. KY. Mrs. Martin Frank is on tho sick list. last week. returned last weok from a pleasant visit bration. Mr. Clayton Harris has erected a new Dr. Dempster and wifo wero in LouisMr. W. N. Drury, of tho Cash store was to her old homo at Ashland. S. S. barn. villo last week. Capt. P. V. Duncan has a word to say in Louisville last week, where ho selectMr. Ed, Bouldjnghouso hns received a & Mr. Henry Dean went to Louisvillo to tho farmers about tobacco in ed an immense assortment of goods for pension. last week with a largo drovo of hogs. tho fall trade. 0""- - S3L ,l00r&vSrkrKy.g this issue, sco what ho says. Quito a number attended the OwensMr. Will Moorman took in tho parade At tho residenco of Hon. Gus RichardTucker, of StcphenspoU Mr. Bcavin boro fair from here. last week, and saw all thero was to bo and Mrs. Barbour, of this city, wcro mar- son, Wednesday morning 'October 7th, seen. Miss Bell Ilargis has opened school at will bo solemnized tho marriage of his ried in Cannelton last Thursday. Miss Mngglo Goodman, of Hnrdins-bur- Finch school house. daughter, Miss Julia to Mr. "Will Hill, representing tho Rockport Flour J. L. Miller, Alex Boyd and II. A. eldest spent last week with Miss Lou WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1891. put down brick pave- Brown, ol louisvillo. Mills, was hero last week. Oelzo havo all Dean. The Cash store is opening this week Ed. Bouldinghousc, of Cannelton, visments in front of their residences. Miss Carrie Owen is in Louisvillo of boots and shoes of a bet- visiting LOCAL BREVITIES. Fino Jersey bull for salu or exchange, a lurgc stock friends, will bo absent sovcral ited relatives hero last week. ter quality than is usually found in a weeks. Chas, and Joo Smart, of Hlto's Run, good pedigree, light color, 4 years old. The Owensboro Fair this week. Calls special attention to retail house. visited their sister last week. M. M. Freeman. Miss Nelia Dean has returned from a its lino of genuino Milwaukee grain goods Tho colored school opened in Pierce's Mr. Commodore Polk, who has been A number of our people took in the in men's, women nnd children's wear. short visit at Fordsvilio and Daviess Hnll Monday. quito ill is rnpidly Improving. County. Fall Celebration at Louisvillo last week. Tho grade is high but tho prico is low. Cheaper than the cheapest is tho furni. In fact tho whole county was well repreMr. Ed. RoiT and family left Monday Mrs. W. V. Worthnm, of Lcitchflcld, turo at Jordan & Co's. Yes, Mr. X you paid cash and got them is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. for Illinois, where they will resido in tho sented. at $2.30, but you bought thorn of a credit K. Dean. future. Mrs. Phillip Ditzcnbach is confined to Mr. Thos. M. Watkins and Miss Jennie house, and Mr. S. your neighbor, bought Mr. Win. Smart and wifo spent ono Tho two prospective weddings failed to her bed with inalnria fever. Murphy, of this city, will bo married in should use Yuca- tho Elm street Methodist church noxt them on a credit at tho samo of tho samo como on" on the "0th, ult. Girls this day hero last week tho guest of Mrs. Pale, delicate women house. Tho Cash sells them at $2.00. Waldo Simons. should not bo. tan Chill Tonic. Pricc.50c. Monday. Miss Mnggio Guthrio dismissed school Misses Alice and Annio Mngruo who A merchant who sells on a credit can't A. L. Oelzo is putting down a vitrified Wo will sell you a bed stead for $1.50 sell for cash at cash prices for fear of get- last week to attend tho festivities In havo been visiting their parents nt Vic4 pavement in front of his residenco on that wo defy competition in. Goods toria returned home. of his credit customers. Louisville. ting tho Second street, sold on weekly and monthly payments. If ho had let Mr. X. havo them at $2.00 Rov. Housh filled Bro. Rutledgo's pulW. W. Lamb and family moved to Tho city council is utilizing the vitri- Jordan & Co., and charged Mr. S. $2.30, who is a good pit last Sunday, he being absent in a Kentucky last week where Mr. Lamb fied brick for a valley across First street Mrs. J. C. Sims and Mrs. Cuthbert6on, customer, tho latter would havo been sories of meetings. will teach school this winter. in the East end. of Bowling Green, and Mrs. Edwin dissatisfied. Tho credit merchant has to When a young lady goes to Louisvillo Rev. Collins is called hero to preach is Clovcrport's day at tho Hodge, of Henderson, will arrive in this protect his credit prices by selling to all twice in ono week. Look out something another year at tho M. E. church, we y Owensboro Fair. And she'll be there in' city to visit Mrs. J. D. Babbage. aliko or looso tho best of ..his credit cus- will hnppen soon. welcome Bro. Collins back again. her beat bib and tucker. Mndamo Humor has it that wo are to To get them right you havoto Somo fellow remarked in Louisville tomers. Mr. James England, Riley Polk nnd Miss Matthews has not yet mado her last week that if a firo was to break out buy where they aro sold exclusively for havo several weddings in our midst ere Miss Graeo Vaughn nro attending tho tlio melancholy days nro fnr spent. e nppearanco at thd and Miss in Breckenridge county, thero wouldn't cash. Ono of our young gentlemen says ho Baptist Convention at Evansvillo this Henley still holds tho fort. bo men enough at homo to put it out. Fifty pair of cassiniero pants at less than week. Visitors to tho Owensboro Fair thid Tho poorman's friend G. W. Jordan cash rates to close out. Also fifteen suits was in "Ernest" about hnving ncccpted A live sucker called at tho and week should not fail to take in the play & Co., Installment Dealers, will sell you heavy caslmcro at closing out rates. On a position with tho "Guthrio" out eith- tho other day and wished for dimes doesn't want to be "Ilook-ed- " at tho Templo theater. It is a good ono. goods on easy weekly payments. Wo theso Bults you will savo from $1 to $5. o worth of " kivcrs " with freeLargo lino of Jeans pants just received er. Rev. V. K. Penrod preached in the warrant our goods to bo tho best in qualMr. Vennio Moorman says ho would doms on 'em. lined and unlincd. Twclvo littlo boys' Walnut Btreot Baptist church, Owens ity. like to tako somo ono with him to tho Mrs. Jennie Simons has returned homo boro, Sunday at 11 a. m. and at night. Miss Lizzio Rickctts is now prepared suits nt closing out price?. "Good-mnn- " need after attending tho bedside of her mothMr. Z. advertises to sell it at greatly re- far west, nono but a to do dressmaking up stairs in tho Old Thero will bo a spelling match at apply. er. Sho is at present quito ill, but is Friday night October 9th. Good Breckenridge Bank opposite Sulzer's duced rates for ten days, at 8Jc to reduce Messrs. Joe Howard, Junior Owen slowly Improving. ' spellers from other districts aro invited. store. Dresses mado cheaper than over bis stock. That is just tho figure the and Krucst Robertson, composed a dashCash' has been selling it at all tho time. Its Excellent Qualities. Special trains will leave this city overy beforo. Thoy givo you a bargain occasionally, ing party, who spent several days in A protracted meeting is announced to Commend to public approval tho Calimorning at 8 o'clock for tho Owensboro but for uniform low rates all tho way Louisvillo last week. fair.Faro for the round trip $1.15. Don't begin tho third Sunday in this month in Ono of our school masters who hails fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. to stick to tho tho Elm Street Methodist church by tho through it will pay you fail to go. from Hardinsburg says ho is willing for It is pleasing to oyo, and to tho tasto and Cash. It is the only positively Cash Call on lis after pricing elsewhere and pastor, who will be ably assisted by Rev. houso in tho vicinity nnd speaks what it nny ono to ndmirO whom thoy choosoJ gently acting on tho kidnoys, liver nnd G. D. Wolf, of Evansvillo, Ind. bowels, it cleanses tho system effectually blonde-Deawo will duplicate any bill less 5 and 10 knows, whon it says, you will savo money but for himself ho prefers a thereby promoting tho health and comMr. G. S. Wright, representing Guon-thc- r fast by buying of it. per cent. Wo mean what wo say. G. Wejaro quito sorry to hear of Mr. Vic- fort of all who uso it. & Co. Bros., was in tho city yesterday in W. Jordan Tho Cash man appreciates your custom Leonard Oelzo it is said, will bo Miss the interest of that firm. Mr. Wright is very highly, but don't expect it or ask it tor Robertson's heart trouble. Ho says TOBACCO. a thorough gentlemen and a first-claif somo ono would only "Cnrrio" his luto Matthew's deputy in tho only at tho honest Cash prices. You would tcarco expect one of my age to to him ho would bo much improved. machinist. It was through him that tho Miss Jennie Smith is also spoken of in You say you will go to tho Railroad or speak In publlo on the Htago. I Jo not probrick plant got most of their machinery. River to buy your goods, because it costs that connection. pose to fall boloir Demosthenes or Cicero, In HUDSON. my line. For ten years I bavo been agent for Thoro aro sovcral bad pavements be- tho Cash store so much to haul his goods. Everybody's talking, wondering and Messrs. Sawyer, Wallace fc Co., and in all Plenty of dry weather now. suno are oven puzzled to know how Geo. sides tho ono at tho Cloverport Hotel. Let us sco how that is, 10c per hundred that time not a- - tarmor has bad to remit for School well attended and llourshing. reclamation, and but ono dealer a small amount W. Jordan & Co., can afford to sell furni- These pavementsaro thegreatcstdrawbac pounds is tho rate. Suppose a pair of R. L. Johnson paid our town a flying when the tobacco was shipped to New York, tho town has to contend with. Thero is boots to weigh threo pounds, tho hauling ture at tho prices thoy hro offering. and buve shipped thousands of hogsheads. visit Saturday, no oxcuso for their condition now, and ol 30 pair would cost Just 10c. I will be pleasod to ship to Messrs. Wallace, Rev. I. B. Timberlako, How Albany, they should bo replaced with good ones. Mrs. Jessio Lampton and two children Mullen it; Co., New York, any tobacco ready Tho Railroad and River men know this camo down Monday, spent the day hero for market, on Tho M. E. Confercnco which has boon notion is impressed very largoly on tho nro visiting relatives near Elizabethtown amount will be which, If deslrod a reasonable advanced. and continued his journey to Henderson. get and RinoyvlUo. in session at Newport, Ky., for tho past minds of tho people, nnd when you P. V. DUNCAN. This city was too lonely for him. Mr. Win. Arms, of Grayson county, week adjourned Monday. E. L, Shopard there thoy chargo you well for it, while Tho Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. WHISKEY was appointed presiding elder for tho1 tho off merchant has to discount It pretty paid his son, J. F. Arms, of this place, churcbjhls city, will givo an oyster supa Hying visit. sent largely. Is often used as medlclno, In whloh case tho Louisvillo district. T. B. Sncad is per in Fisher's Hall noxt Friday night to Hardinsburg. Union Star is to bo Mr. George Qates, of Grandvicw, visit- purity of the article Is of the greatest importance. I. W. Harper Is a Kentuoky distiller of to your neighbors and Toll it week. ed Mr. J. F. Anns last weok. supplied. To Gas Consumers. national reputation. The product of his Disfriends. Misso.MInnio and Corinno Bennett and tillery Is shlppod direct to the retail trade; It Tho Cloverport Pipo Lino Co., will The colobration at Louisvillo last week Competition and advertising in tho will bo a very tamo affair when com- furnish gas to their customers at tho fol- Cretio Notinghani wcro tho guests of passes' througu no middle man's bands, to be mixed, colored, nnd watered. Cousumers, News makes business. Thero has been pared to the Owensboro Fair this week. lowing rate per month commencing Oct. Mrs. Arms this week. merelore, have the assuranco that I. W. HarLiyo Milnor and Miss Susan Tuck- per's Whiskey Is sold In Its absolute purity by Mr. more furnituro sold in town during tho As ono of tho local papers says: " It will 1, 1891. his Agents. past two weeks than for two months bo tho crowning ovont of tho nineteenth Cook BtoyeB, dining room nnd sitting er nro visiting relatives near Howe's Vnl-lo- y DL'AVIN A-- POPHAM, Solo Ag'ts, this week. before. century," nnd wo aro inclined to think room stoves or grutce $1.50 Clovorport, Ky, John Connor and slstor passsed through Tho cheapest plaeo in South-wester- n Bed room, parlor and all occasional so ourselves. MILLINERY. our town last Saturday. Kentucky to buy your furnituro is at G. The Owonsboro Inquirer says, " If Dr. stoves or grates $1.00. Lights 20 cts. each, W. Jordan & Co's., now furnituro houso. Todd's rabbit foot don't turn out to be a GarMr. Dick Mercor and Miss Nollio Stores and shops special prico. Gas ner wore married last Sunday ovoning They will sell you furnituro from J3 to 10 cat's .paw, ho will furnish tho patrons of per cent, less than any other dealori in tho fair this week tho same beautiful furnished only on written contracts, and and started to Toxas Monday ovoning. t'10 country. weather thoy havo previously onjoyed." all fires charged for unless disconnected Success to tho Nnws. Miss Kathrino Bowmcr left last Sutur- - From all appearances tho Doctors foot is whethor used or not. ii II. A. Oelzk, Supt. Judge Stuart Coming Home. diiu j any 10 uu uusujii Buvurm iiiuiiuib. m a gonuino ono and Ids cinch on tho "" will Bnond sovcral weeks at Henderson is roliablo. weather Tho following from tho Owensboro Pfrom there sho goes to Texas 'to spend Babyland. Messenger will bo read with a great deal If our Brandenburg correspondent will friends and relatives. tho winter with Tho October number is hero, nnd as of pleasure by Judgo Stuart's many promiso to keep a secret wo will toll her Mayor Pioreo desires a meeting of tho privately what tho attraction is at tho enchanting to tho littlo folks ns tho pro- friends In Brockonridgo and Meado counWith Its ties: "It is related that whon Alf Stunrt citizens at Fisher's Hall on Wednesday corner of 5th and Jefforson, Wash Holt, ceeding numbers havo beon. evening nt 7:30 o'clock. Business of Jim Blackburn, Judgo Mercer, Dan gay Jingles, littlo stories and pretty pic- went back to Ashvillo, N. C, aftor his - a-- .f v.tzxr .i- -. i great importance to ovoryono will bo Smith, Bill Vessolls, Henry Woodson and tures, Babyland will quickly captivate tho slstor's funoraljho delivered mnny kindly presented for consideration. Your pres-enc- o others, showed us tho ropes. avorogo baby (whothor ono or six years and affectlonato messages to his father LL II I W.9 n lii A Al it u: .ft. ip; is earnestly requested. rtfi Rov, J. P, Dawson, of Danville, Ky,, old). As it Is only 50 cents a year, 5 cts. from his old Owonsboro frionds, which f io a cl n i w,i5JrirlraLx Somo things aro shameful both to tho and Synodical Superintendent of Mis-- , a number, every mothor will feel well re- wore mainly to tho effect that thoy wantlj Individual who sins and tho community slons, lias been in our city for two weeks. paid tho invest. I). Lothrop Co., Pub- ed him to como back to his old homo nnd pass his remaining days, and Alf told againBt which ho sins. A crying Bin and Ho lias preached several sormons at tho lishers, Boston. liim whon ho got jvoll enough ho would honce a shamo to the owners and' to tho Presbyterian church manifesting in tho HIG-McElree's Wine of Cardui bring him. Judgo Stuart had been bedcommunity is tho condition of tho pave- preacher, a very high ordor of intellectMrs. H. V. Duncan hns just ment around tho Cloyorport Hotel. Pre- ual vigor and containing tho meat' of tho and THEDFORD'S aro ridden for wcoks, and it was thought ,io Ho was so n largo stock of tho latest tending to being tho chief hotel of tho soundest faith to suit tho tasto of tho for salo by the following merchants in would nover got up again. cheered up at this, however, that ho in- patterns in Hats and Bonnets which city and inviting tho public to it, guests most orthodox bolleyors. Tho object of Ureokeorldgo County i sisted on getting up and dressing immeJ tut, W. Owen Cloyeroort aro ondangerod by tho rough, worn out his labor is to look after and repair tho well" bo' termed the High Q, W, Bhort, Cloverport. diately nnd did so, and has been doing so way' An oyesoro waste places qf tho Presbyterian Won. nnd mlsorablo pavement. Uraihear & Lay, Stephensport. Although over since, nnd as soon as ho. is strong Flyers of tho season, Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, and a nuisance it is allowed to remain, as Tho church hero is pastorlesa for tho preenough to travol ho will bo brought back tiway up in point of beauty, thoy J. J. Severs, Union Star, The cjty council should requlro a sent, but actlyo stops now in progress it is. to his old Kentucky home. aro very low in price. ' now pavement or shut up thg tavern, will soon fill tho vacant pulpits Buy theifouarch shirt, it is tho best. - REMEMBER 1 ft ndvor-tisomont- of "' ONJS EJIVTOYS e, are strictly home manufacturing That Clothiers that we sell the best goods in the city for the least money. Our goods are honest in material, workmanship and price. There is no claptrap" connected with our business. We advertise the truth, we talk tho truth, we act the truth. Sec our immense stock See our of handsome Fall Overcoarts. grand assortment Boys' and Children's Clothing. , :i-- ow A Great Strike ! Has to be made now and then to attract attention. Even the buying public must have h. JULIUS WINTER c01tl Reliable" Clothiers Oor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. it BRYANT & STRATTON Business PhysicianSurgeon, Dr. Dr. J. Clayton, AlllOlfll Ww .wi ihhbjn i8lD- This, week it took a twist of the wrist, but we have that particular twist down fine. Drives WMTfe CLOVERPORT, Occasionally we have one or two m ' r Watkins, Physician Surgeon, Breckenridge News. "!,, 14' g, afti W V II ill-w- ill GET THE BEST. Tho Best is good cipugh for this discriminating child. Tho Best is good enough for tho man who respects himself nnd loves his family. Such a mnn always wants tho Best Groceries, and buys thorn of "-- f "R,. to-da- knowing Hint he always keeps tho Best that the market affords and retails them at proper prices. e. noo:E5,:M:.A.:rr7 ? , x'. post-offic- Ej-',iuK- post-ofllc- o post-ofllc- 200 LBS. L piirf fininm OHIO PURE BONE MEAL ATFn nnwc Mat-tingl- y, GILEAD PHOSPHATE, VALLEY PHOSPHATE, V. SPEC AL TOBACCO i-- POTATO Y n. ck nui-K.A M ss All Higil Grafle ANIMAL MATTER aoofls, post-ofllc- e. WHEAT All SPRING CINCINNATI O CROPS. o I DESICCATING CO. riPAiriiuiu Ann n wiiiwusiin ')" BUGS-" Pure To tho wheat growers who uses M ONE IT! ! Raw Bone " Fertilizer ' , Wo have just received two car loads of our Celebrated Bono Per- tilizor, and experience has taught us that theso goods havo no superior. In fact wo aro tho only parries who carry Puro Raw Bono in this. town. Remember Pat. Dillon can show you tho World renowned BUCKEYE GRAIN DRILL, Tho only four wheel drill made. No bearing on tho horses neck. 1 - B. F. BEARD & CO. Opera, Opera. The drnmntic event of tho season will bo tho appearance for tho ontiro fair week beginning Monday, October 6th., at Owensboro, Ky,, of tbo celebrated Mario Greenwood Comic Opora Co., of 10 artists, in tho latest and best coiriic oporns. Low and popular prices for such an attraction, Bescrved scats $1. Ualcony Gallery 50cts. Bcservod seata 75.cta. now on salo and can bo secured in ado vance by remitting money or order, Excursion rates On railroads and boats. A. G. Swkknev, Manager Templo Theatre. post-ofllc- 5 Hardinsburg, Ky. TAKE NOTICE. bus been ordered by the City Council thut each person cut the weodi In front of their respective homes or place of business nnd keen item cut from now on. This will be considered due notloe. 11. 1). Pierce, M. O. O. r ffnrWim& -M-- fi It 'If FLYERS. Rare Business Opportunity Wanted, n pttry with capital to take as interest In a commission, Jobbing and manufacturing buslnoss of high oharaoUr, long stand- log and establlthed trade, at Louisville, Ky. All communications confidential. Addrew M. Roberts, 658 West Main SL, tekrlUe,Ky. ; .. T G. W. Jordan & Co.. lino furnltna ilaal. ors will soil you gooda on weekly py incuts. ' r - - Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1891. The Scent ofTlowers. In popular accoptntion, tho soul of tho flower resides in its pcrfnmo. But certain loveliest flower souls sometimes ex crciso singular repollcnccs for individuals of tho human family. Thcro hnvo been thoso oven who could not enduro tho fragranco of tho rose. To my knowledge ono observer finds in tho scent of lilacs an unpleasant reminder of tho odor of escaping grts. Another makes no distinction between tho breath of mlgnonotto and tho smell of fresh corn-mea- l. To mo tho scent of tho thistlo is identical with that of tho bumblcbco sprawling luxuriously among its purplo filaments, and tho first thno tho delicate, feathery flower of tho beach plum were brought mo, surely their odor was tho eamo I had noted in downy chicles and PERIQUE TOBACCO. -- 4. I k iv tho tobacco has been plnced in tho presi one week a black juico flows out of tho box, which has a pleasant odor, not unSquaro llko freshly cooked prunes. pieces of cottonade, 18 by 18 inches, nro laid out, mid on theso tho torquets nro opened, or, to uso tho term of tho English speaking Arcadians, tho torquets aro unraveled, great caro being necessary to separate each loaf. Tho largest leaves aro laid upon tho cottonado first, so that when rolled the largest leaves will servo as a covering of tho carrotto presently to bo described. Tho smaller leaves aro placed longitudinally upon tho larger ones until three to four pounds nro placed and one-haupon tho piccq of cottonado, tho ends of which aro turned inwardly. Tho cottonado and contents nro now rolled iuto Our Very Best People parrottcs, tho ends of tho cottonado aro Confirm our statement when we say that pulled out and n string tied to each end Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every to prevent tho carrotto from opening, and tho whole wrapped in a clothesline way superior to any and all other preusually mado of cotton. parations for tho Throat and Lungs. In Tho wrapping is performed in tho jWhooping Cough and Croup, it is mngic primitivo manner thnt characterizes tho yind.'relieves at once. Wo ofl'er you a operation throughout. Cso is mado of iLBntiiplo bottlo free. Remember, this a windlass and n rope; the end of tho .tsuleincdyissoUloiia positivo guarantee. ropo is made fast to tho carrotte, passed ffEgivSalo by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, around a post (driven into tho ground), lAi$ky., and Witt A Mentlor, Hardinsburg, a twist is now mado around the carrotte, and with each turn of tho carrotto tho pressure is increased. This is continued until tho wholo of tho carrotto is envelCrrurx. oped; tho end is mado fnst by passing it .s' Most of tho shortcomings of tho old through several turns of tho rope. This method of historical writing resulted finishes tho carrotte, but, beforo it is from tho fact that tho world was looked placed upon tho market, it is allowed to at from a statical point of view, or as if n ago, which is usually from six months plcturo of tho world wero a series of de- to n year. During this timo the tobacco tached pictures of things at rest. Tho is allowed to undergo a slow fermentahuman raco and its terrestrial habitat tion, whicli gives tho aroma and tasto wero tacitly assumed to lmvo been al- that distinguish this tobacco from all ways very inuch tho same as at present others. Ono ago was treated much lileo another, The amount of periquo grown and and when comparisons wero mado it was manufactured has averaged, during the after a manner A3 different from tho five years preceding 1800, 10,000 modem comparativo method as alchemy of four pounds per annum. was different from chemistry. Wholesalo tobacconists hnvo expressed Aa men's studies had not yet been tho doubt that any modern method turned in such a direction as to enablo would produce tobacco with as fino them to appreciato tho immensity of flavor as that produced by tho old and the results that aro wrought by tho primitivo manner just described. Pharcumulative action of minuto causes, maceutical Era. they wero disposed to attach too much importanco to tho catastrophic and marIf at noon, eve or night your bones nro velous; and tho agency of poworful in- soro and' aching, nnd yoa feel tho chills dividualswhich upon any sound theory arc into you creeping, call on your drugmust bo regarded as of great importanco gist for bottlo of Yucatan Chill Tonic. a they not only magnified unduly but rendered it unintelligible when they Price COc. For sale by A. R. Fisher. sought to transform human heroes iuto con-voylf nestling "birds. Besides tho gratification which flowers provido for tho sense of sight and tho sonso of smell, thero is another and qui to distinct pieasuro tuat which is in. tho contact of a flower; R3 in a eubtlo spray of lilacs brushing ngajnst yonr face, tho dabbling touches of tho Bnowball, tho tender coolness of applo blossoms dashed with rain, tho refined sleekness of tho lily, which gavo an old time poet countenance in describing his lady's hand; so smooth, so whito, so soft it was, "as it had worn a lily for a glove." Further tactilo differentiation is to bo found in tho warm, vital and airy touch of tho roso (so unllko tho quality of tho lil petal), in tho viscid sultriness of tho poppy and tho petunia, in tho tissuey thinness and dryness of tho larkspur blossom. Edith M. Thomas in Atlantic. She lleason for It TeoptUr FUror nil the Method of Cnrlng. In tho caso of periqno tobacco the stripping of tho midrib from tho leaf causes tho leaf to fall into two lateral halves, whi:h aro placed on top of each othor in such a mannor that tho bladoof ono half of tho leaf alternates with the apex of tho othor. Theso are then twisted into what aro called "torquets." Theso torquota aro folded upon themselves, Bido by side, and are placed in strong boxes, which are about twelve inches square, and subjected to pressure. After twenty hours theso torquets am tjvken nt and repacked in tho samo manner as before every twenty-fou- r hours for n period of a week, tho idea Doing evidently to subject tho torquots to a uniform pressure throughout. After this period has elapsed theso torquets aro ropacked ovory three days for about two weeks. During all this timo tho tobacco is subjected to a constant, steady pros-sur- o with a press of tho most primitivo kind. I Bh6uld not forget to state that after An Inevitable Conflict Fendlnc Today, as yesterday, as tomorrow, and as for a long timo to come, tho situation of Franco and Germany forms tho great Bubject of anxiety which is imposed upon tho meditation of all European statesmen. At no other point is it foreseen that war can broak out. Russia has great ambitions and Italy has strong desires, but Russia is for years doomed meroly to cherish ambitions, for she cannot rcalizo them singlo handed, and it does not depend upon her to provoko a general wnr, which would bo ono result of her combined action with Franco; whilo as for Italy, sho will nover venturo to givo tho signal of war, for if sho did sho would bo left to herself and would bo speedily crushed. It could bo solely as tho result of a general war that Italy could obtain hor shnro, and in tho present state of her alliances she could tako that shnro only from Franco, so that a general wnr nlono could procuro it for her, inasmuch as, if sho wero left singlo handed, sho would not bo ablo to ovor-com-o France. Neither Austria nor England dreams of war. It is therefore still, as twenty years ago, Franco and Germany who could occasion war; becauso, whatover may bo alleged, whatover may bo proclaimed or whatovor may bo concealed, theso two nations desiro war war, first for its own sako, and noxt for tho rest; and if, in order to lmvo dono with this nightmnro, everlasting Franco-Germa- n Europe could now promiso to fold her arms, and afterward to intervene merely as arbiter, war would break out between Franco and Germany, for tho fatality of war haunts and overrides both nations. Do Blowitz in Harper's. -- ZEIMIIIPIIRIEJ , B " amWi IrsfcPPsssL'i "smJKsPBsWWI. WlmmWWWi HttlVslsMsffi I IT IS THE BEST! Because Price 50 cts. For Sale by A. R. FISHER, OUR GItEAT Reduction Sale GEQ. His Rooms Crowded. Everybody Satisfied, and Many Praise ! Him. is a Forco Feed. ,"" ' "It avoids all guess work. It is guaranteed to sow ail kinds phosphate . , It is a positivo Forco Peed. It is iho only ono mado that " YEAKEL & URANDKNUURG, KY., CO. Try Our DoWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses tho blood, increases tho appetito and tones up tho system. It has benefitted many people who havo suffered from blood disorders. It will help you. Sold by G. W. Short. A"KeT Use fur Dfuniantl. A uso for diamonds, as an assistant to marksmen, has been discovered. Tho diamonds are fixed in tho front and back sights of rifles, and it is said they enablo the marksman to tako a quick and correct aim even in a bad light. Tho brilliants aro so fitted that immediately tho piece is brought to tho shoulder tho rays in tho gems assist tho alignment, and tho eye takes aim without tho least hesitation. Horological Journal. Celebrated Bj-i Cleveland A reduction in the prices of goods that will insure a large reduotlon In tho site of our stock. We have more Spring goods than we should have, at this season, and must move Dryer Fertilisers. f oiiiiiiiiiiiiH them at any loss. The most desirable goods in the housoliavo been selected for the sacrifice, nnd at these prices wilt suroly attract large crowds of purchasers. Hero Is a partial list of our wonderful attractions, and we haye thousands of others Just like them. HENSLEY & JOLLY, j. Farmers' Supply Houso, CLOTHING. $16 for our merchant tailor suits, reduced from 22 dollars. $12 for our fine suits, men's and youth's, reducod from $18. $9 98 for all suits in corkscrew, worsteds, A'C, reduced from $15. $7 49 for all suits all wool goods in cuovolti", reduced from $12. $4 98 for all wool suits Tor men and youths, nlco goods, from $8. 49 cents for blue HARDINSBURG, KY. ' J. R. JOHNSON, DEALER 1N- st - Investigate their merits. DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers don't gripe, cause nausea or pain, which accounts for their G. W. Short says they popularity. would notun a drug store without tlicso ttle pills. Only to lie Seen In Paris. A beggar rather respectably dressed solicits alms from tho customers seated at cacli of the tables outsido a cafe on tho boulevards. On reaching tho last tablo, which is unoccupied, he counts his receipts nnd, satisfied with tho sum total, sits down and in a tone of importance calls out, "Waiter, a bock!" Paris Letter. cottonade pants bull-d- og make. Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries4DR. D. REA, Celebrated Specialist, Anil in clinrgo of tho Electrical nnd Surgical Department of tlio Medical Institute, Louisvillo, Ky., will 4)0 at tho TJL0VERP0RT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., - SHOES $1 24 for our best calf brof an, 'none such,' reduced from $1.60, .98 for a good full stock brogon, reduced from $1 25. $1 49 for mon's sowed shoes, in alt styles and sizes, formely $2. A full lino of Buoll & Sons celebrated Shoes for men and boys, all styles and sites PUtfE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Years Old. CHOICE TIIVES. i car-rott- es at greatly reduced prices. $1 24 for ladies' bright Dongola kid Shoes with or without patent tip, in button or in front lace. These are fine goods, reduced A large stock of ladlos' from two dollars. low shoes, all styles, to close them out, at and below cost. Leading Brands of Tobacco and Cigars. Legitimate Orders accompanied by tho Cash will receive prompt attention. Monday,, Oct. 12. '91 Anil Itctiirn Every Four Weeks During tlio Year. Dr. Hen has been connected with tho largest hospitals in the countty, nnd has no superior in diagnosing and treating diseases nnd deformities. He will give $50 for any case that he can not tell the disease and where located in five minutes. You never tried DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers for constipation, billiousncss, sick headache or you would not havo theso diseases. Sold by G. W. Short. Dry-Goo5 ds and Notions HAEDINSBUEG, fli : : KY. Ilurclar About. Littlo Girl (weeping) Somebody has stolen my doll. Mother Your doll! Which one? Littlo Girl Tho oldest and nicest ono of all the-- ono that didn't havo any legs or arms or hdr or eyes or anything. Good News. demi-god- s. It thus, appears that tho way in which our.forcfathers treated history was part and parcel of tho way in which they regarded tho world. Whether in history or in tho physical sciences, they found themselves confronted by a seemingly chaotio mass of facts with which they could deal only in a vagno and groping manner and in small detached groups. Professor John Fisko in Popular Science Monthly. Thero aro few more dangerous diseases than dysentery, diarrhoea and flux. Tho mortality among infants is greater from cholera infantum than any other disease. Lightning Hot Drops'will positively euro Children like it. all tlicso ailments. Keep a bottlo in the house ; it will often save a doctor bill. All dealers sell it. 25 and CO cents. Earthworms l& tlio New World. It is a rcraarkablo fact that in two kinds of earthworms, inhabitants of tho New World, tho Httlo bristles, which aro tho locomotivo appendages, aro greatly enlarged in tho tail segments. In ono of these, tho Diachrota windlei, tho bristles in question aro enormously enlarged and of a hookliko form, so that tho creature must bo ablo to retain a very firm grip upon tho soil. Theso facts are surprising, as an earthworm is perhaps an animal in wbicli wo should not expect much manifestation of intellect; but, on tho other hand, Mr. Romanes' discoveries about tho intellectual possibilities of Sally, tho chimpanzee, may bo regarded as having moved tho whole animal creation up a peg or two in mental caliber. Chambers' Journal. Sulzer's Tailoring Department. Mr. J. II. llunsche, tho Foreman of x Kidney and liver troubles should never bo neglected. A stitch in time saves death. Mr. Wr. Y. Bates, Marietta, S: 0., writes: "Lightning Kidney & Liver Remedy is tho best liver medicine I over saw. I had been taking other medicines, but got no relief until I took Ligtning Kidnoy it Liver Remedy. I it to all who sutler witji liver or kidnoy troubles'." Queen Mnry's JLupdoff. Don't storm tho system as you would a fort. If held by tho enemy, constipation, People with impure blood may bo said gontly persuade it to surrendor with to exist, not live. Lifo is robbed of half DoWitt'n Little Early Risers. Theso o its joys when tho blood is loaded with pills aro wonderful convinccrs. Sold Correct this by G. W. Short. impurities and disease. condition with DoWIU'h Sarsaparilla, it Buy tho Monarch shirt, it is the best. is reliable. Sold by G. W. Short. lit-tl- Mary Queen of Scots had a favorito lapdog, which is said to lmvo been present at tho execution of its poor mistress in F.otheringay castlo. After tho royal lady had been beheaded tho faithful creaturo refused to leave her dead body and had to bo carried out of tho hall by force. At that period lapdogs were tho pets of men as well as of women. Dr. Boloyn, a relation of tho unhappy Cjueen Anno Boleyn, owned ono 'which," as it is written, "he doted on." Anno once asked him to grant her ono wish and in return ho should have whatover ho might desire. Knowing his affection for the dpg, she beggpd it of him and of course tho doctor had nothing to do but to give it to her. "And now, madam," ho said, "yon promised to grant my request." "I will," quoth tho queen. "Then, I pray you, give mo my dog again," Exchange. our Tailoring Department will visit Clovcrport, ovcry Friday of each week. Ho will carry with him a full lino of Samples Perfect action and perfect health result representing our Stock of Piece Goods, from tho uso of DoWitt's Littlo Early which comprises all tho desirable Standard and FhncyStylos introduced this sea- Risers, a perfect little pill. Sold by G. son. Ho will bo pleased to meet you at W. Short. above placo and dato and reccivo your It is known that wlrsps nests often take fire, supposed to be caused by the odrer. Respectfully, chemical action of tho wnx upon the paS. L. Sui.zeii. per material of the seat itsolt Muy Tho savages novor have a doctor, but tills not account for many mysterious fires in barns and outbuildings? uso certain herbs for all their ailments. though given us by Is not this example, DoWitt's Sarsaparilla destroys such savages, worthy of Imitation ? Lightning poisons as scrofula, skin disease, eczema Blood Elixir is a vegetable blood medi-cin- o rhoumatism. Ite timely uso saves many and will heal nnd cures scrofulous lives. Sold by G. W. Short, and syphilitic ulcers pimples on faco and Aluminium has been suggested as a purify tho system.- - All dealers sell it. material for coins, but thero are objecAsk to see a bottlo. tions to it It has always a greasy feel, due to tho presenco of a slight but un"Onlo'n Hulled In Molasses." avoidable film of oxido of aluminium Georxe Washington, while attending oyer its surface. a swell reception nt Newport, noticed that tho daughter of his host, Miss After a full meal, uso for a good diEllery, was suffering from a severe sore gester, Kress' Liver Powder. Prico COc. throat and could not speak above a whisper. General Washington, observThe Elephant' Memory. ing this embarrassment of his youthful Tho elephant has an excellent memory. hostess, said to her: It recollects friends well and it rarely "Miss Ellery, you 6eem to bo suffering forgets an injury. It is recorded of ono very much; what is tho matter?" that it smashed a cocoanut upon its 'Miss Ellery told him tho cause of her driver's head and smashed tho man's trouble, upon which tho general said to head at tho samo time, becauso tho lazy, her: thonghtless fellow had broken a cocoanut "I suffer very frequently from a sore on its skull tho day before. A quarterthroat and tnko a remedy which I find master engaged in superintending tho very useful, nnd which I would recom- removal of baggago in the. camp by mend to yon wero I not sure you would means of an elephant, became angry at not tako it." the creature's refusing to carry more "But I am sure," replied Miss Ellery, than a certain weight and foolishly flung "that I would tako any remedy that a tent peg at its head. Soma days afterGeneral Washington would propose." ward tho olophant overtook the quarter"Well, then," said tho' general, "it is master as ho was going through tho this onions boiled in molasses. It has camp, seized him with its! trunk and cured mo often." neatly placed him among tho branches Miss Ellery took the remedy and, of of a tamarind tree, leaving him to reach course,, was cured. Exchange. tho ground ngain in tho best way he could. Now York Advertiser. Wo cannot nflbrd to deceivo you. Confidence is begotten by honesty. Do Witt's Little Early Risers' aro pills that will cure constipation and sick headache. Sold by G. W. Short. An Irish Hrvunt giil camo to her mistress om morning begging permission to go to the drntixt to lmvo an aching "toot" filled. Haying that it had been going "thiuiipity thump, thumplty- thumpr all night. When the giil returned, her mistress asked: "Well, Kutie, did you have the tooth filled?" cents for extra heavy old Kentucky checks and stripes, reduced from 8 Five and a half cents for nlco wool finish challles, reduced from sevon and a half cts. 24 cents for all wool double width dress goods, checks, stripes, reduced from 49c. 14 cents for fine, black Lawns, in stripes, checks and grcnadlno patterns, reduced from 25 and 20 cents. 10 cts for same class, reduced from 15 cents.. Our entire stock of line dross goods comprising Henriettas, all shades, black Tamise cloths, black Henriettas, Cashmeres, fine French Satins, white and figured all woel Albatros, and In fact all our dress goods of all kinds go in this great Keductlon Sale. See these goods before you buy. It will pay you. plain India 1 cents for fino quality sheer Mull, reduced from 11 cents, 9 cents, fino quality India Linen, from 15o. 9 cents, fino quality India Linen, from IScc 9cts. check nnd striped Muslins, from 16. 7c. for same, reduced from twelve cents. Sets for a nice long towel roduced from 10c 10c fur misses' and children's black Lisle thread Hose, reducod from twenty five cts. So ladies' or gents' Handkerchelfs, from 10c. 12J4c fine French Ginghams, roduced from 25. 10c. all new style dress Ginghams, from 15o 8o nice dress Ginghams, reduced from 12o We show you a beautiful line of carpets, Mattings, Oil Oloths, Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, Linen Throws, fine Smyrna Hugs, 'at prices which can not be duplicated any wnere. Ten cents for a good white wash Brush. Ten cents for a (Jalvaniied Wash bowl. Five cents for a large slie Tin Wash Pan. Ten cents for large hammered brass Walter, Ten cents for Tin Milk Can. Ten cents for galvanised Lemon Squeoter. Five cents for a large firo Shovel. Five cents for paper of tacks. One lot of assorted patterns wall paper, at 3 and 4 cents. Don't forget tho Great Reduction Sales, and place, Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acuto and OIIKONIO Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspopsia, Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Kfdnoys. Liver, Bladder, Ohronic Feinalo and Sexual .Diseases. 16HTNIN6 I CURE. UvrPPKn IPEEbY INIMENT IHe JMtfM CROUP M Co. EPILEPSY OB FITS A Mil! Men FOR MAN OH BEAST AFE UM, tyep For Trie FUCK: Positive Guarantee. Middle-Age- d V 20YnArtf FoR rcrJrt.Klr r--. OiJri APPLICATlOrl CilRCf Young and Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Ini potency as the result of self abuse In youth or excess in ma turcr) cars and other causes, producing; some of the following effects: as emissions, blotches, debility, nervousness, ilUzlncsi, confusion of ideas, aversion to, society, defective memory and sexual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for business or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies not injurious. fBT HAoN-TAYLOfjMEj- " every WATERPROOF COLLAR on BE UP TO THE MARK CUFF ' JXTcyt Blood & Skin Diseases Syphilis and complications, as sore throat, fall, ing of halr7paln in the bones, eruptions, etc., are perfectly eradicated without using mercury o other injurious drugs. Gonorrohca, Oleet, Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney troubles are speedily cured by treatment that has never failed. He undertakes "no incurable cases, but cures thousands given up to die. ltemcmber the date and come early, as his rooms are crowded wherever he stops. Consultation free. Correspondence solicited and confidential. ADDHKSS, to StolJLtg Not to Piatooioirl BEARS THIS MARK. THAT CAN BE RELIED ON TRADE LluloID Mark. NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. OAN K WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. Geo. Yeakel & Co. BRANDENBURG, KY. Medical & Sukqioai, Institute, No. 300 Fourth St., Louisvillo, Ky. Valuablo Timber Land. 1 THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET. SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH For Sale 150 or 200 acres of line timber cf a mile of Sample land, within Station, on the Louisvillo, St. Louis & Texas Hallway. For particulars write the undersigned at Union Star, Ky. WM. MILNEIt, one-four- LATE ALEXANDER'S HOTHL THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates $2.60 Per Say. Jeflerson, Center and Green Streets, opposite CoiirUIouse LOUISVILLE, KY. W. E. LOGAN". Manaper A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Cor. Wk.Oabi.kr. C. THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Aro tho rosult of yours of scientific) and aro now pliicod. owina to tliotrsuperlorlty, proominontlynbovo ovory oxper-Iraonting, my Tor W. I.. I)oualaa for mile In your pluco jour JAk to nsont fur cninloiruu, inkShoe. rcuiI the uBfucr, ami art Hi cm lor you. OrTAKK NO HUllSTlTUTK.ua Iho finest nnd most poiioctly constructed Lonsos KNOWN, and aro poaullnrl? ndaptod to correcting tho various visual Imnorfoo-tlon- s. A trial of tho K0HIN00R will nnnvlnoe you thoy nro PERFECT SIGHT RENEWERS, Eireri Pair Warranted. thing hnrotoforo produced In this lino. Thnyaroacknowlodiod,iy exports to bo II. Fokpjhwv, for Sale by A. R. FISHER, A Perfect Succcms. &8icD VII 9gKP SB Druggist & Optician Oarefo.1 Attention, OLOVEUPOltT, KY, Prescriptions Beoelve flaggy W. L. DOUGLAS THE CASLER BUTTER AND Tolophono 440. Ring 4. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS 230 Second Street, between Main and Market LOUISVILLE, KY. EGGS A SPECIALTY, PUMPHREY, Bsrfd WHY IS THE The Iter. A. Antolne, or Itef agio, Tox., wrlto : A tu aa I am able to Judge, I think Pastor Koonlif Nerve Tonlo Ii a pertoat success, (or anyone who suffered from a most painful nervousness aa I Old. I fuel like myself after taking the Tonlo. A Sunday School Supcrlatcuilenl "Oi did, mum." "What did you have it filled with?" "Oi dou't know just phwat it was, mum, but from tho way it fales 01 should t'ink it wast'undorand loightning he'd put into it, mum." Youth's Companion. Indorse It. regularly. I think the cure tho most remark, able I hare ever seen or heard of, and this Nerve Tonlo doserves tho hlglinH eeomiums. It has my fullest endorsement. JOuN A. REEBE, JB. A Valuable nook oh Nerves xjnteuao sent iroo to any aaaresa, sad poor paUents csu ilw) obtain this medicine free of cliargff. remedy has been prepared by the Ueverani This Pastor Koenltr. of Vurt.Wtrno. Ind. slnee UfK, ana Is now prepared under his direction by the SKCBETinr, Dorehetter Co., Md., March B, "91. A scholar In the M, K. Sunday school (ol which I am Superintendent) I know was coin polled to itay at homo on account of her all. uent (eplleptlo fits) for eight month, but since using lraitor Koenlg's Nerve Tonlo she attend FREE KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. Sold by Dra?el4 at 1 per Bottle. flftwW, large HUe,1.76. 8 Dottles for e. flPlUMs UaaJbiKUl FAUAHtShUa. ll.M.WOOLLEV.M OffloelOJ) Whitehall Bt. at home with Uookof par. FRKE, shoe, with no tacts or wax thread to hurt thefeeti made of the best fino calf, stylish and oasy, and Ixcause let male more thott of litis grade than any other manufacturer. It equals hand sowed shoes costing from HJX) to ts 00. SXfC OO (leiiulup llninl-sewiM- l, the finest calf shoo ever offered for 5.UU equals French Imported shoes which cost from t&Ui to tU W. Oi A UO Iliiiiil-Smvc- d Welt Hlioi--, tine calf, stylish, comfortable and durable. The butt shoe ever offered at this price same grade as custom made shoes costlnjrfrom t&Ou to JJ.UV. ltallroad Men Mhoei CO 3(1 l'ollco Carriers Farmers, themi flue coif, and fitter all wear seamless, smooth Inslile. heavy throe soles, extension edge. Ono pair will wear a year. no shoe over offered at CO SO lino cnlfione betterwill convince those this price 1 trial who want a shoo for comfort and scrylco. Wurklnaiuun'a CO '!& 11ml S'i.00- and durable. Those shoes are very strougwho have given them a trial will wear no other make. s'J.00 byanil boys every 81.73 school shoes are worn tho wherei tbeysell on their merits, as the Increasing sales show. 1 SlHSsasS p.eO. llnud. sewed sho. best fmaxi ICB VongohvYcrystyllsntequalsFrencn Imported shoes costliur from tixu to .uu. I.adtoa' XS0, IsV.ttt) nnd 1.7.1 shoe for Misses are the best fine Dongola. tHyllsh and durable, that L'outlou.See on W. L. Douglas' name and price ore stomped the bottom of each shoo. W. L. TTOUUUIS, Droclcton, Mass. It Is a seamless S3 SHOE BEST SHOE CCxtf&IEN THE LOUISVILLE A ST. LOUIS AIH LIME. IN THE WOULD FOR THE MONEY? (L. E. A ST. L. R. II.) BANK OS SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DEST LINK TO Jt !" HARDINSBUEG Capital Stock $25,000, St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. v.- - AND ALL POINTS JJ 9.a West and Tiine-Car- P6 Dnua yj d is Effect See, 16, 18887 " D'. F. BEARD, Prwldsiit. MILLKn,Ylee-PrWsi- k. Louisvillo 8:45 a,m,.i9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. Arr St. Louts 7:45 ' ...7:25 9:50 p,m. KvsniYllle 2:25 For further Information, oil! on or address, Lt. WILL M. Hj.DKARD, CasMs. - ' J0S.S.0DI0RNE, O.en'1 Pftsi. Ag't, Louurllle, Ky. LouIitIHo, Ky FOR BAIB IJV , Q. W. BEARD "J MORRIS K8KRIDQK R. M. J0LLV. J Dlitor. ' B. L. BRYANT, CLOVERPORT1 KY. l. BOWMER & HAMBLETON TrT. FaifK'r A't, INTEREST PAID ON TIME BCPtilTS ttU