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Talk tit t lein through these colmnim, 4 lliuLlho NKWS rocs THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, Tho following is an extract from the minutes of the meeting of tho State IN 80ME EXCITEMENT CREATED Board of Education, held October 2d and -- ENGLAND BY SPIRITS. .kl. It Indicates that an effort will be mado to lead tho people to examine and A Newspaper Corrfupiiiiileiit Vltneie n discuss certain matters having an importFuneral Tniln lUicnltml by tlm Spirit ant bearing on tho public schools . of tho Doinl In u Siiliiirlimi Ceiiioterjr. "Some time wns occupied in a presentie Was Wlila Annkn. tation and discussion of tho Superintend1 was proceeding lelnurcjly on root to ent's policy to consult the pcoplo through Broadgrecn, when on punning the church tho various channels ol County Superinnt Knotty Ash my attention vaa tendents, Trustees and other individuals arrested by the" strange and to educational progress, and appearance of Its graveyard. The favorable through tho State Press, as to tho wants time was shortly after midnight. The whole burying ground Mvmed alive and of tho pcoplo of Kentucky touching supplies, I.- - Tlie law relative ta school-booglistening with a thousand small Mulsh 3. The propriety of ertabllstilng n Nnnn.il lights, which appeared to creep in and ont of tho different graves, as if the de- Instltue In every County, Intra licltl futir or five parted spirits were taking a midnight weeks each )ear, tinder licenced Instructors, to y and ramble. I stood petrified, not knowing Insure, to the Common School nnd nilcquato,sup-plor professional, itmbltloiis cap il'lc teach- -' what to make of it. lit the same time ex- em, . , . . 4 periencing a feeling of horror which sud3. The restoration ofjhc county an a unit of denly took complete possession of me. t ixntlon for local aid to the Common Schools. Just at this moment the moon, which 4. The Increase of the CoinnUin School term, had hitherto been more or less olwnred and how this can be accmnpllshcd. s by a moving panorama of passing clouds, 5. 'the building and furnishing of of sufficient site and otherwise adapted to came, as it Would seem, to my assistance, giving me for a very short timo the requirements of . i progresslte age and live tho benefitof her companionship. And teachers; schools (reporting to the 6. Uniform laws-fo- r now appeared the most startling pheState office) In cities of the various classes. nomenon of all a phenomenon which of nepotism and favoritism caused my hair to stand on end witli In7.theThe prcentl'n selection of teachers, by which efficiency fright, a cold numbness of horror para- Is often sacrificed to partiality. lyzing me in every limb, for. advancing The members present all heartily conup the road directly oppose to mo, camo a fuhenll train, the cotlin borne curred in Chairman Thompson's plan of along with a me:isured tread, covered formulating these propositions antl laywith an immense black pall which Mu- ing them before the people in the manttered up in tho midnight wind. ner suggested." At first 1 thought I must surely be dreaming, and thereniiou pinched myself Tho success of Old Saul's Catarrh Cure In tho arm to ascertain if this were realinduces imitations and there are many ly the case. But. no: 1 certaiidy was not, for 1 distinctly felt the nip, and was of them.- - Insist on getting Old Saul's and take no othor or you'll get left. At thereupon satisfied as to my wakefulness. "What eonld it all meanV' I asked all dealers for 25 cents. myself, as tho cortege gradually apIf you want your baby to look bright proached mo and began to distinguish do not put it to sleop with laudenum tho general outlines of the bearers. Thcs'e appeared to bo elderly men and to when restless, but uso Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. 25 cents a bottle. havo lived in a bygono age. All were dressed in the costume of tho That Horse Trade latter part" of the Eighteenth century. They wore tie wigs, and some had BrtANDExnnta, Ky., Oct. ll.v-Editswords, as well as walking sticks mountSeeing a piece in your paper in ed with doathheads. 1 observed only News: tho Brandenburg nows in reffereneo to a ono really young man among the crowd of followers, walking just behind tho horse trade between mysoTf and Mr. Bill coffin. Gary. I will say to the pcoplo of Brcckr A ghostly comr-OR- . enridgo and Meade that I do not make His youtli in Comparison with tho my living by swindling and g others, perhaps, made me tako especial as tho writer would have you to benotico of him. lie was dfJTed in what oppeared to be black velvet, the white- lieve. What I lfavo I come into possesness of his ruffles standing out in marked sion of it honorably, and thinlc I can contrast to the somber nature of his gen- provo it by reliable men. And as to eral attire. He carried a sword, had carrying off tho horse In tho night, tho diamond buckles on his shoes, and woro correspondent wasn't very well informed his powdered hair in a cue. The face trying to advocate a lie, which I can of this young man was deathly pale, as or is prove. And as far as tho compromise were also the faces of all the others accompanying him. Instead of the pro- was concerned, I gave Mr. Gary $10 rathcession advuncing to the gate nt .which er than carry It through a process of law, I stood, it turned suddenly and entered (as ho seemed anxious to prosecute me.) the burial ground by the ono situated nt For I had my horse and expected tp keep a few yards' distance. him, for I could produco proof lo prove As the coffin was home through this that I was justifiable in taking him. But gate all the bine spirit lights seemed to my rise from the graves as if to meet thecor-teg-o to make along story short I have for the pnrj)ose of escorting tlo horse and Mr. Gary has my $10, (and as body to its last resting place. These I always felt kindly towards him on acawful lights added considerably to the count of being a cripple) will try and ghastliness of the scene as they floated live without it. over the coffin and heads of the mournVi. B. M. ers. Slowly the procession glided up the pathway, passing "the main entrance of Tho f Of microbes tho church, and, continuing its way in isms) is a mighty host, which a straight line finally disappeared at tho Army. I indeed no man can number, back of tho edifice. Invisible to the naked eye, tho poisonWhere this most extraordinary funeral s cause of went to or what became of it I cannot ous part of this army is tho of all tho diseases of tho human 1 tell; but this much distinctly aver, that coffin, mourners and lights even family they destroy more lives than tho pale, flickering moonlight all dis- war, famine, murder, and phipwreck appeared as mysteriously as they came, combined, and they actually abbreviate leaving me standing iu the darkness tho average term of human life by s. transfixed with astonishment and fright. Tho way to reliovp tho human Upon gathering together my somewhat is to tako Swift's scattered senses I took to my heels and body of these microbes this medicine gets well never stopped running till I found my- Specific. When self In my own houso. In fact, I scarce- into tho system tho poisonous germ must ly remember how I got home. leave bo can not exist there, hence bo AFTKitTllOl'dliTS. scekR an exit through tho pores of thoj After recovering a little from the skin. After ho departs, a continued uso shock 1 immediately aroused a female of tho Specific will forco out the poison, relative who had retired for the night nnd tho patient is well. and related to her the above particulars. Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases She assured mo that 1 must havo been suffering from mental hallucination, but mailed free, seeing' the great perturbatiou of my SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. mind, and nt tho same time knowing my natural skepticism with regard to all so An Immense Interest. called supernatural phenomena, she came Statistician of tho Interstate ComTho to the conclusion that, after all, I might "There are possibly have seen what has been de- merce Commission says: scribed above. about 30,000 locomotives In tho United The next day 1 made Inquiries In the States, of which one-haaro used In neighborhood of Knotty Ash, and ascer- hauling freight trains. It Is estimated tained from a very old woman that she t,hat these iron horses costoOOOO.OOO, remembered a story iu her youth having Thoro are 1,109,000 cars of all kinds, of reference to the mysterious and Budden an old occupant of Thing wall which 20,000 aro passenger cars and tho death of hastily and quiotly buried, remainder freight or sorvico cars. The' Hall, who-washe thought, at midnight. In old Knotty former "cars cost about 250,000,000 and Ash churchyard. If so, was this a ghast- tho latter $800,000,000, or aa approxily repetition of the event gotten up for mated cost of rolling" stock of $1,500,000,-00my especial benefit, or was It a portent intendod to foreshadow tho coming of "To overy flvo miles of railroad in tho the dread visitor to myself? United Stntes is a locomotive , to every I have before stated, 1 am uo Now, as beliover in ghosts, but certainly this re- mile of road there Aro six freight cars ; miles thero fs markable experience of mine has entirely to overy fivo and one-haupset all my previously conceived no- n passenger car, Each year a passenger TJ10 tions of the subject, leaving me in a engino pulls 00,000 passengers. quandary of doubt. On the evening railways of tho United States employ upon which 1 saw tho mysterious funeral 725,0d0 porsons, It is estimated that at Knotty Ash I was exceedingly wide Interest provides a living for awake, had met several cyclists on the tho railway Prescott road with whom I conversed. :!,000,000 in this country, or nearly of tho population." Strange that a fow hundred yards farther up miii an down the road I should encounter so Tho citizens of Montgomery county on ghastly an experience an experience 1 ahull never forget to my dying day. last week voted Iji favor of taking $100,-00- 0 Liverpool Post. worth of stock to aid tho Kentucky your inothor know you're out," Midland In extending its road to Mt. "Does said a boy to his littlo brother. "Yes, Sterling. As the action violateH a prosho docs, was tho answer, "for ono hot-tl- o vision of the new Constitution, Jtulgo of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has knock- Lindsay, President of tho Midland, will make a te'st enso for Judical dccimlon. ed my cold into a cocked bat, you bet. A fow applications of Salvation Oil will Dr. Acker's English Fills. Instantly Jeliovo stifTnese in tho neck or Aro active, effectivo and pure. For felpk joints. 5 eenU. headache, disordered stomach, lcWof - Henry Banfon), of Bridgeport, Comi. appetite, bad complexion and bilious has been appointed President of the ness, they have never Ifeen equaled, Adam's Express Company, vico Hoey, re- either In America or Rbroad. For Slo J moved. byG. W. Short, CJoverport, Ky., nnd Wilt &Ieador, IlardiiMtburg, Ky, Pale, ckllcate women tftould use Yuca. III Tonic. MH, Ula the beat.0 PriVMe. tan mid-denly k school-house1 or horse-stealinfour-fifththree-fourthlf s 0. lf 11 w s To Improye Your Sllf yourself. Stir your'heln. "5 ., your customers rtmuhJUlie TcrllshiL-- columns of Don't kt up,, but keep tnttUtltngA at 11, Bltr 4 . VOL fVl. A GREAT GHOST STORY". u4 1891. ' NO. 13. 1 Educational Notes. bf " -- jti2 v ro ??V0 . v CUSTOM As WHEAT Hpecjitl , it iSi our desire to to plenBo'tlic fnrmcrp, wo MA offer grind Custom Wheat on eyery FridayoSaturday In each week in lots not less than Bix bushels. for toll We will take one-sixt- h and give all the Flcmr.lho wheat makes after, the tpirV taken out. On any other day we will have to exchange flour for wheat. Believing that this plan will suit the people, wc hope to receive the patronage of all. IRYIHGTOHiMlLLING CO., IRVINGTON, KY. . ... . ato 1 , HoW to eav,o money can bo told by "calling on, the cheapest house in the 'world. ' Just notice some of tho articles I offer for Low Prices and can furnish anything in the Hardware or Stovo lino. Lamps, Stove Pipe, STOVE BLACKING Tho kind that don't take any work to make it Bhine. I am selling the cheapest stoves on earth. J. L. Miller. T have tho nicest and cheapest line of Heating Stoves on earth. COOKING STOVES My lino is tho most , complete, and for less money than any in this section Wood. Drum H6atin? Stoves, $7-0- Coal Heating Stoves, Coal and Wood Cooking Stoves, up. 0 Stoves from COAL.-- . ' GRATES Mantles any size and price. My lino is complete, and will sell cheap. First class Poublo Barrel "Breechloader at $14. Loaded shells any size, cartridges all kinds. PUMPS All kinds and prices. Firo Brick Flue Tileing, HARDWARE Tinware, StovQS, Wash Kettles, Skillets and Lids, Bolts, Hinges, DoorLock8, Cross Cut Saws. Axes Doe Irons. All of which I will sell at Rock Bottom Prices. 4 J, L. MILLER, CLOVERPORT, KY FRUIT GROWERS 1 NOTICE, Make your orders by tk lit of October and w e will furnish you any kind of TK.S3SS8. SHRUBSl &o. ZACK. GREEN, ' Manager Hardlnrtiurg Nuri'ry. HARDINSUUIUJ, KY. "AlfAKWSiS" ru r.i reftrrwes. ana m Klwlnatant an imsiuyw ItiEWE J M,jHHr -- rrwejuw wy. t ' Antiquity of tlio VVHtor rump. Wo tire now closing out our lino-o- f ' The water pmnp bf today Is but an Improvement on n Grecian invention by A. McDowell & Co., 4 West 14th which first came into use during the Street, New York, aro again on our table. relrm of Ptolemies Phlladelphos andV Enoigetes. 283 to 221 B.C. The name, Thb superiority of tho Journals is abundantly shown on overy page. "La Mode" which is very similar In all languages, Is below cost. derived from the Greek word pempo, to is the smallest of tho three, and is InAll things go cheap for decnnli, nnd especially our tended for family use. It has many send or throw. The most ancient scription we have of a water puinpjs styles for children) and is only $1.50 per by Hero, of Alexuudto. Thero is no au year, or 15 cents per copy. "La Mode thentic account of the general use of the do Paris" is an elegant journal, filled pump in Germany previous to the beginAND ,$? with everything of tho latest stylo in ning of tho Sixteenth century." At about rxINnWAMO bucket Paris. Tills is a great favorite with ladU that time the endless chain and es who wish to keep posted in tho now works for raising water from mines beWo must close them out by fall to give room for our styles as they como out. "Album des gan to be replaeod by pumps. In tho Seventeenth century rotating Modes" is also a popular Parisian publi- pumps, like the Pappenham engino, with cation, many ladies giving it tlu) prefer- t,wo pistons, and the Prince Rupert, with ence. It is repleto with such styles as ono.wero first tibed. Pumps with plunger . are patronized by tho middle classes, its pistons were Invented by Morland, nn designs being neat and plain, yet all of Englishman, in 1074; the double acting Wo oxpect lo handle a line of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed! tho richest character. These threo pump, by De la Hire, the French academician. New York Telegram. monthly journals claim to glvo the earll-c- s Wo Have on hhnd also, a splendid line of fashions, and they aro all printed in Our Very Best People Paris. They contain lessons in practical dressmaking, which are of incomparablo Confirm dur statement when we say that value and easy to understand. "La Mode Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in overy do Paris'" and tho "Album des Modes" way superior to nny nnd all other preCome in arid give us n trial, and get a bargain in something aro each $3.50 per annum, or 35 Cents for parations for tho Throat and Lungs. In you need before this opportunity is gone a single copy. Samples can bo obtained Whooping Cough and Croup, It Is magic from tho house at single copy prices if and relieves at once. "tW'Ofler you a Respectfully, thero is nny difficulty in obtaining them samplo bottle free. Remember, this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee. from newsdealers. For Sale by G. W. Short, Clovcrpoft, No one doubts that Dr. Sago's Catarrh Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, IIARDINSBURG, KY. Remedy- - really euros catarrh, whether Ky. the disease bo recent or of longstanding, Calls have been mado for a road Con-grobecause tho makers of it clinch their for tho State of Georgia, to be held faith iu it with a $500 guatantee, which in Atlanta on October 28, and for a Con- isn't a mere newspaper guarantee, but trroui n( flin &nlltlinrn Slntna in fnni.t tn 'on call" in a moment. That ,It tho Bamc city on tho following. day. It is when you provo that its makers can't , , , .. in nopcu iiui itiesu mceiings win uo wen euro you. The reason for their faith is attended. For tho South nnd for all othtliis : Dr. Sago's remedy has proved it- -, er agricultural regions one of tho most out of self the right euro for ninety-nin- o direct roads to solid prosperity is the ono hundred cases of cauirrh in the head well-buicountry ; nnd a frco exchange and tho World's Dispensary Medical of ideasand experiences concerning them Association can afford to tako the risk of can not fail to do good. you being tho ono hundrcth. Tho only question is aro you willing Do Not Suffer Any Longer. to make tho test, if tho makers aro willKnowing that a cough can be checked ing to take tho risk ? If so, tho rest is easy. You pay your druggist 50' cents In a day, and tho first stages of consumpand the trial begins. If you're wanting tion broken in a week, we hereby guaran' Jr tho $500 you'll get something better a teo Dr..Acker's English Cough Remedy, and will refund tho money to all who cure buy, tako it as per directions, and do The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices not find our statement correct. For A Convenient Illnp;. can be found at The following incident happened nt Salo by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky, Orovllle, Cal.: It was a handsomo solitaire, and she evidently desired tho jewThe municipal election at Indianapolis eler to know that it was her engagement We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture last week resulted in tho choice of tho ring. "1 would like to have this ring cut Democratic ticket, Mayor Sullivan being at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness mado down to suit my finger," e.iid tho handTho majorities rangp from from pure Oak Tanned Leather. some heart Rinasher, as she flourished 1,500 to 3,000. Tho campaign was tho Single Buggy Harness, JJrcast Collar 5.50, 8G.50, $7.50, $9.00 tho brilliant ring before tho eyes of tho most exciting and bitter In tho history and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, jeweler. of tlint city's politics, and the victory of 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7,00 and $10.00. We carry a line The jeweler took tlie ring and smiled the Democrats was n significant ono un- of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at ho had seen it before. President Har- very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The "I can fix that In a minute," replied der tho circumstances. ho. Screwing 11 magnifying glass in his rison was very much interested in tho Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaineye, and taking a small sharp pointed contest, and will not bo able to extract ing to the trade. We have a largo lino of Collars, Hames and Chains, instrument in his hand, ho touched a much comfort from tho result. Mr. Sulminute button on tho inside of tho ring livan, first elected two years ago, is tho Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00,4.50. Mr. O. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds and made it tho exact size, 6aylng, as ho first Democratic Mayor Indianapolis has Qf repairs and make new work to order. placed it on her finger, "You see these rings aro made in this manner for the had sinco 1870. It will pay vou to examine our stock. reason that they aro worn by so many A medicine to meet the public favor different peoplo: it is a great convenmust necessarily havo merit. lightning ience." Tho young lady sailed out of the storo Hot Drops has been before tho peoplo Norn-Elii UurVes. Louisville, St. Louis &Texas R. R. Co. burning with indignation, and the rea- for several years and has grown in A traveler iu Norway says that the son she did not fly was because sho didn't each year. Mr. J. L. Goodwin, of horses iu that country have a very o have the wings. What did she think? Limn, S. way of taking their food, which 3STO. C, says : "I havo been sellYou know, and It is only necessary to for a long timo nnd might bo beneficially followed here. sho did not wear tho ring. ing patent medicines state that They havo a bucket of water put down Another girl has it now, but this timo havo handled nearly all kinds, but havo besido their allowance of hay. It is InTalc I ii r- Effect tho jeweler was not permitted to touch novcr found nny remedies equal tho teresting to see with what relish they At 5i00 o'clcls A. M. Wednezday July 29. '91 Lightning Hot tho young man did it him- Lightning medicines. the button tako a sip of the ono and a mouthful of selfJewelers' Circular. Drops aro wonderful, nnd has no equal." tho other alternately, sometimes only Wttt Bound JVai'm Eatt Sound Trawi All druggist sella it and wants you to try moistening their mouths as a rational 51 62 The 1 Shows that all cnidomic M M Mail & & demic, and comtagious diseases it just once to see. 25 cents and 50 cents being would while eating his dinner of Expr'i Kipr's STATIONS Mail Expr'. Hxjir'H infect-inggerfood. A broken winded horse bottle. Guaranteed to relievo or money such dry Theory. J arc produced by minute Daily Dally is scarcely ever seen In Norway, nnd tho Daily Daily or microbes, peculiar to each refunded. 105 9 05pm question is if tho mode of feeding has not 0 25pm 8 05 tin Iv.Un'n D't.,ar 12 disease, which enters tho system. It be6 40 820 60 860 The ono hundredth anniversary of tho something to do with the preservation of 720 West Piiint 12 10pm 810 900 ing a well settled fact that any remedy 12 07pm 8 07 7 21 903 Howard establishment of Presbyterianism west of the animal's respiratory organs. LonHock Haven 1163 un 764 7 3!) 918 which would kill tho germ or microbe 9 2i Long 1! ranch 1143 747 7 47 Alleghenles was celebrated nt Union-tow- don "would destroy tho life of tho patient, it tho 93ft llramlenburg U3J 767 737 Pa., last week. Mcaile Springs 1123 8 938 732 feeling 8 01 forco out these That has been found that to as 944 1123 Ekron 720 8 17 1114 Guston Lightning ,717 stays with impure, blood. germs is tho only safe relief from their 82(3 1001 is Irvlngton 1105 667 If "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," Wood Elixir will thoroughly renovate 8tf ravages. ' In this way Swift's Specific has 10 65 1010 Wcliiter 648 not tho best remedy you hnvo ever used tho system and destroys all blood impu1018 10 43 8 43 Lodibiiri? 639 00 years been curing blood nnd skin for 1021! 10 37 6 31 85J Tierce Colds your money will rities. for Coughs 8511 10 at Sd.iplc inu 026 It will make you eat. It makes 9W 10 41 diseases. It forces out tho microbes bo refunded,andShort & Hnynes. SUphcnsport 10 1M 619 the weak strong. I'leisant fo take. All 912 1041 through tho pores of tho skin, and soon AildUon 1022 614 1043 810 Holt 1019 611 From present indications Malaria will druggist soils It. l'rico 75c. sends out. tho poision which they may 931 1102 Cloverport 1005 667) 1107 10 01 93S Miopt 662 havo left. In this way tho disease is bo driven into tho Gulf of Mexico by tho 11 18 9V) Sklllman 9 47 641 IftislillcttQtt.tlvlce. 10 UI 1127 cured, and tho general health of tho pa- Great Conqueror "C. C. O. Certain Chill Haweivlllc 938 631 1134 9 29 Miss Passu (of uneortain ago) To hel 1010 1'etrle 622 Cure." Sold by Short & Haynts. tient is built up. 1141 Palton 924 616 I don't know whethur to go into tlje'surf iois 10 20 C'ayce 1145 920 512 Treatisoon Blood and Skin Diseases 11 ftf-Somo folia say the salt', Water 1027 Lewfiport 913 606 A bronze statuo of John Wesley is to or not 12 10am 10 41 "mailed free. 8 65 I'owtt 4 49 makes wrinkle's. 1068 842 l'ate 137 bo erected in Washington as a monuSWIFTSPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. No, mum, it's just tho 11 OS Old Fisherman 1232 Owcntboro 833 428 Ecumeniment to the second Methodist Mattingiy 819 41S water takes 1120 124. other way, mum. Salt 1129 Stanley 810 1262 400 cal Council now in session there. wrinkles out mum. Just you try it an' 11.13 Worthlngton 800 3 48 lt Tho wheat movement in tho North11 M SpoUiville 118 742 341 see. New iork Weekly, 12 05nm 12it west has reached prodigious proportions Ilaiikettt 7S4 333 Pcoplo with impure blood may bo said 1220-t1 40pm ar.IIendeti'n lv 720am 3 20pm h and still continued. In ono week not live. Life is robbed of half Go to Short .It liaynes for "C. C. C. and Minneapolis together received to oxist, w hen tho blood is loaded with Certain Cough Cure," it cures Coughs, its joys R, R, 3,l00,000 bushels, and at Duluth alone LouisviMe.Hardfnsburg&Western impurities and disease. ; Correct this Colds and all Throat and Lung Diseases. were Inspected in tho 3,720 condition with Do Witt's Sarsaparilla, it v Tho greatest remedy known for Chills, week, tho reriptithcru being 2,203,093 No. 2 TIME TABLE. Is reliable. Sold by G. W, Short. Fovor and Malara is "O. O. C. Certain TAKING bushels. j. EFFECT JULY 20, 1891. Chill Cure." Sold by Short & liaynes. ThatTerriblo Cough Sytikoms ofD The First Vct Hound Tmlna Kait Round Trains Dally Dally hurried or difficult Daily I Dally Tired feeling, dulwSa! LwMSCdHiMaHUiii ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun, ex Sun tightness, in No. 6 No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 ness in 1130un I.v Irvinirton Ar 945am pit of tho stomach, 1m 12 10pm Garfield 8 34 l Headquarters for 11 or any I .! 1 '1 12 25 Harned 810 lUvenaiiiiueH, imupiun ui 12 45 lit n BBS.'aBriBBJSUIIUaiBBIIBSBBBBBBBfl l"s of eon- Hardlnkburir 7 45 posmvo ovluonco ot poi 1 18 Kirk 7.09 132 Jolly 6 5.1 Dr. Ackcr'rTEMhbuCgvwW si'S No matter how it becamo .JwiriiW'PWromTuion. 153 Glvndcane 621 Remedy will cure these fearful synojji( Dcinp.ter 6o-- j 205 must bo pu"r!fied to avoid death Dr. 230pm urrulll(oiig!ilv 6 Mam Fertiliser, Cement, Mtcb Acker s English Blood Elixir has never and Is sold unuor a positive, gutmww; 3 15 Kockvale 4 65 ' ' ster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil 3 27 Huth 444 failed to rcinovo scrofulous or syphilitic by G, W, Short, Clovorportlta 3 3; 4 3.1 'Atkins Barrel, Plaster Hair, PsHBsTr the 352 Oaks Sold under a positive guarantee Witt & iUeauor, tiaminsuurg, ivy. poison. 415 w 4 30pmArHordsYiUI.vl 4Q9nm' . ' ,by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and & Complaint. cro ' mitnum AffecttouM and WittA Meador, Uardinsbnrtr, Ky. j Vosttvtnrtt. At dragging. Price 25 eta. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alOrders ways kept no hand I, 0. 0, F., of KenThe Grand Lodge by cash prompt tucky, met In annual convention at Mays-vlll- o ' It RM last week, Thoro- are 7,500 members in the State, un increase of 050 for MBWJot ftndWliUkeyHablta the year, cured at hotno without palu. ltoek o f par Wo positively guaranteo Lightning ticulars wnt FHI.K. i' B.M.WOOLLKY.M.D. Hot Drops to cure flux, dysentery, Ua. uloelWS W'ui.'-'yiUAtlanta, A panphltt of Information i dlarrheae, cramps, cholem infantum, and aktuk or inn taws, mowing. all pains, external or iutcral. Will reNotico tho IhIxu on this paper and see Prk4 only 25 einli, 8oti ty all ttrugflttt.) k ami, voprnaau, Fl tmt . m m HUNR Rheumatism, Hsu-rafgen the sulMcriptlon book. money In every ease 'that relief fund tho klfcves quickly how you stand II PrMrfwor, Swellings t Bruises, Lumbago, is. not'gSvon when used ucoordlng to diMaw xartb Yucatan Chill Tonic is rapidly making rections. Can anything Ire fairer ? 25 Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, aiul 50 reuts, For hale by all druggist funta, Seefifs, Sores, Backache f to. friends where aloniclsneedMl.Priee50e. Desirable for Ladies. Tho npw Fashion Journals published 'UMMEIH SUMMER LAWNS nirmAnc ll . ' NEW STOGK OF GOODS. A$b Drugs Patent Medicines. WITT MEADOR, ss ,.,:., lt eg 5 1 o IT AMUILEWW do-ma- sen-sibl- TIME SCHEDULE - 18. m Tit-Bit- s. m Du-lut- car-loa- WtLJ, GREGORY & CO., and Mowers, I jrMtrSuSIwsVMIsHsHiB iixiiuur ine Poplar Shingles I - OPIUM r mt KSnSs SALVATION OIL St - 1 ia, I ones KENTUCKY'S :. LEADING :. CLOTHIERS. : LARGEST WeHaveGotThem on the Run Nothing can stand before our Magnificent New Goods and Marvelous Prices. t AND HANDSOMEST STOCK OF CLOTHING ON THIS EARTH : -- . Most Maplficlent Store in the United States. WE MEAN BUSINESS. have built up a business in Louisville, that iB the pride of every Kcntuckian's heart. Wo have reduced tho prico of clothing fifty per cent. since wo opened our Btoro and flung out our banner of low prices. Gallant Kentucky fanners and planters and tobacco growers and gentlemen of Send us you namo and leisure who appreciate fine clothing havo rallied around address on n postal card and wo will mail you free that bannor and held ifip our hands until wo aro able to car- a handsomely illustrat ry a stock ten times larger than that of any other Kentucky ed cataloguo containing description of houee. .This soason our stock is greater than over. Como prices and Clothing, Hate, bhoes and Furnishings. and see us or write for catalogue. l .Wo A SUPERB DISPLAY OF MENS FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS FURNISHINGS. AND LOWEST PRICES EVER WE WAN'T YOUR TRADE. UNEQUALED OF BOYS EXHIBIT AND' CHILDREN'S CLOTHING SHOES AND HATS AND FURNISHINGS. IN THE STATE Before you buv vour Fall nnd Winter nnnarol call and see our beautiful stock or sond for cataloguo and get our prices, wliicli aro Iroin 2o to CO por cent, lower than of fered by any other liouso in Kentucky. To get it jve oiler you Suits in tho latest styles and most durable fabrics for $8, $10, $12, $15 and $18 which High Prices and hard timos must go ! S03 them and you will want othor houses demand double tho prico for. them ; prico thorn and you aro sure to buy them Wo offer elegant Overcoats at $4.98, $G, $8, $10, $12, d $16 which cannot bo duplicated by other houses for moro monoy. Wo nflnr ltnv'n Sulfa fit JU ft5. fi. and 7. mid Child- Our Fine goods bought low can bo sold cheap, and wo will do it. rcn's Suits at $1.49, $1.79, $1.98, $2.50, $3.00 and $4.00 j great fall and winter Btock has been bought at a bargniii and shall bo half tho prico othor houses charge. ' .' , sold at a bargain. ;g Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Underwear nnd that Men, Boys' and Children wear at fearfully low prices. Call or write for catalogue. 1 one-thir" M . over-thin- 'S FALL CLOTHING! . Kleinknj & $imonou . Market St. between Fourth and Fifth. LOUISVILLE, KY. Kletakng&JMongon MUM " si AN CLOTHING CUPM. STEPHENSPORT. Mrs. Chas. Wndlingtori went to Evnns-vill- o Sunday. Rov. S. B. Stiles filled his first appointment hero Sunday. Born, to tho wife ot Mr. Robert Vaughn, a boy, on tho 17th. Mr. Phillip Flood, of near Hardinsburg, started to school hero Monday. Mr. R. A. Brashcar and neice, Miss Sue Brashear, went to Louisvillo Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Goerring, of Indianapolis were tho guests of Mrs. Louis Roff last week. Mrs. A. T. Bennett and Miss Lula Hall spent several days in Hardinsburg last ' week. Miss Ruth Hnynes, of Cloverport, wns tho guest of her mint, Mrs. Henry Davis, last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. Bhiin entertained tho families of tho firm of Roberts, Blaln & Co., Tho manufacturers have tried themselves this season ami liavo produced many wonderful and beautiful novelties in Dress Fabrics. Wo havo secured a choico selection of all tho high grades, as well as tho medium-pric- e novelties, which a careful inspection will prove to you 1 'Breckenridge News. McKini.kv has been preaching tho doctrino of "honest money" and higher taxes in the Btato of Ohio for tho last two WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1891. months, but reports aro two tho effect that tho pcoplo up there, as elsewhere JNO, I). & VinOIL O. nAMlAGK, Killtors and in this great country, have tasted tho Proprietors. system of high taxes until they are convinced that it is a fraud. Campbell, his 'Ij..8t. Ii. &T, Local Tliuo Card. Democratic opponent, is tho favorite in ;Mall and Express going East 10.05 a.m. tho race for Governor. ";"" Eapresi "4 " ' V ;V- - " Freight " " " " West East West East West 11.07 5.68 9 27 11.19 -- 10.05 a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. The Republican bosses at Washington have issued their edict that nil the Democratic who have been allowed to hold over since Cleveland's administration, must bo made to get out and their places filled by Republicans. Tho Presidential race is coming on and the Republican party wants their own men in to help them succeed. If Grover Cleveland had adopted and carried out the same rules, not alone in tho post-offidepartment, but in all other public branches of tho government tho Democratic party might havo been in power Rut Mr. Cleveland worked this essential clement of power to a great disadvantage, nnd while tho bulk of his party do not hold it against him as an objection to his renominntion, yet many of them remember the errors committed along this line. post-master- s, to-da- y. Ahitatk llio paving of "Wall street. Now is the tinio to do it while brick nro cheap. The President has accepted Mr.Wair's resignation as United States Minister to China. i- " The rain makers propose to furnish the Kansas farmers rain next year at ten c mta an acre. 000 moro The Londoners aro going to put $1,250, in Kentucky around and, about Middlesbo rough. of the Cou .Take Corbett, Land Office, litis been appointed clerk of thot penitentiary at Frankfort by Gov. Drown. -- If tho courts hold the new Constitution to bo void it will bo a great blessing to thoso fellows who hnvc to give up their passes. Theiie will bo no dust, no mud, no filth to contend with a vitrified paved street. It will bo a thing of beauty and a joy for ever. Let us have it. of years Circuit Juuoe James Stuart, for a number Judge of this district died at his homo in Owensboro last Saturday night, after a long illness. ' """ " mm Most nil of the Circuit Judges in the state in accordance with the now Constitution nro reducing tho panel of tho grand juries from sixteen to twelve jurymen. The Court of Appeals has nffirmc3 tho decision of tho Green county court in assessing a fino of $500 against tho L. & N. railroad for doing construction work in that county on Sunday. The Democrats nro concentrating all their strength to carry the slnto elections in New York nnd Ohio this fall. Tho result may in a measure detcrmino tho status of the party for success in 1802. The Owensboro & Falls of Rough road wo learn has gone in to tho hands of a receiver. It is now said that McCracken it Co., will scoop in tho road nnd run it g in connection with tho LouiBvlllc, & Western. Hard-insbur- Rnv. Brandon preached a Bplendid sermon last Sunday. Ho pelted tho sinners in and out of church in a way that just suited that other fellow, His text was from tho beautiful book of Ruth, nnd ho can. divines handled it as few There was ono point ho failed to, mention howovcr, and that was the baby. The Democrats carried tho municipal elections in Indianapolis, Indiana last week by 3,000 majority. It is to be hoped that tho Democrats in that stnto will not forget their duty .to tho party in '02 and roll up some of these big majorities in off years at tho proper timo nnd when the country needs them most. In regard to public officers riding on railroad passes Attorney General Hendricks has just passed up$fa a caso strictly in point. Col. E. Polk Johnson, of Frankfort, is the editor of tho. Frankfort Capital and is also tho Public Printer, for the stnte.x Tho Colonel wanted to know of tho Attorney General whether it was a legal possibility for him to separate the Public Frintor from tho editor of tho Capital, that tho editor might run down to'Louiflville on tho editorial pass without taking tho Public Printer along with tile grcivous result of compelling that official to bo In comtempt of tho now Constitution. Attorney General Hendricks soon decided tho matter by declaring that editor Johnson could travel on his psb as much as ho liked, but that Public Printer Johnson must stay at home or pay his way. Tho invitation that is so profusely exoffer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward tended by these lovely bright nights to for any case of catarrh that can not bo 'possum hunters, is being accepted by cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. tho young ladies and tho young gentle& Co., Props., Toledo, O., F. J. Cheney men of this city nlmost every night. If "Wo, the undersigned, havo known F. thoy don't cntch 'possums nnd do catch J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and becolds, what does that matter? lieve him perfectly honorable in all busiInstead of taking advantage of the low ness transactions and financially able to water and putting up prices, tho L., St. obligation made by their carry out any L. & T. has not only como to tho rescuo firm. but actually lowered the prices. Ar"West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist, rangements havo been mado for tecoiv-in- g Toledo, O. Wnlding, Kinn & Marvin, cattle at tho Brandenburg station in Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. small lots or large, and tho rates for small BRANDENBURG. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally lots will bo tho samo that tho boats have acting directly upon the blood nnd muMr. George Reiman has walking typ- been charging, all over five head will go cous surfaces of tho system. Prico 75 hoid fever. for less. There are worse pcoplo in tho cents per bottle. Sold by all druggist. Miss Lizzie Rawlings is not so well at world than tho McCrackens. this writing. It is rumored that there is soon to bo DEPARTMENT, HARD1NSBURG Miss Addio Ditto will return to Louis- another salt works started in tho Bottom villo this week. just nbovo tho city, that in dimensions V. U.IIAIIHAGI2 Editor Mrs. Mcsena Fountain was visiting at and capacity will far exceed anything wo yet havo in this county. Let it como. Chris. McGehoo's last week. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. Nature has bountifully supplied us with GOING WEST. Miss Sallio Moorman, of Cloverport, is the raw material and fuel so cheap that, Passenger Dally arr. Hartllnsburg..l2:05 p.m. visiting Miss Georgia Moremen. comparatively speaking, for tho nsking OOINQ KABT. Dr. Junius Rawlings started on his re- only it gratuitously flows in abundance Passenger Dally arr. Hardlnstmrg.. 8:55 a.m. turn trip to Kansas City Sunday. Nothing should bo done that forever. It may be truly said now of thcr. steam will in any way retard tho speedy deKecp'en batch this week. boats that they aro "out o' sight." velopment and utilization of these great Tho hotels were all crowded last Monadvantages, but on tho contrary everyMrs. Casperko'8 millinery establishday. thing should bodouo that has a tendency ment is headquarters for lady loafers. Mrs. Judith Miller has returned from Miss Fanny Woolfolk is visiting Miss in any way to encourago tliom. 'Our Texas. mush-roopaper boom has, como and Mary Bickerstaffin tho upper Bottom. gone, ami whilo it has left not many Mrs. V. G. Babbago is visiting at Bow- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harrington gave leyvillc. tho little folks a party Tuesday evening. much richer, or enabled " many to keep tho " wolf from tho door for uny great Mrs. Clara Easton is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Annio Herndon and Miss Cora length of time, it has served to diffuse Mrs. Taylor Beard. Asbcraft, of Webster, spent Thursday in knowledge to such nn extent that tho o Mrs. Kate Beard and children went to town. community is much tho wiser by its Big Spring last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gueixlreyentortalncd tho having been here, and now is tho timo Mr. W. W. Williams, of Henderson, young pcoplo Saturday night very for an actual development that has staywas in tho city last Monday. pleasantly. ing qualities. All the coses on tho civil docket aro Quito a number of our citizons went set for hearing next Monday. out to Dan Brook's salo at Muldraugh Water Works for Cannelton. Miss Fannie Goodson, of IlnwcsvUle last Saturday. Our Hero's a cue for Cloverport. is visiting Miss Blanche- - Beard. Andy Voss and little daughter went to council might negotiate with tho samo Mr. Graham, County Attorney, of Louisvillo Friday evening and returned firm and get water works for Cloverport. Sunday evening. Grayson, was in tho city Monday. No town in tho country needs n water Prof. O. S. CrosBon, of tho Bottom, supply worse than docs this and the Pcoplo of this town are kicking about visited his family at Union Star Saturday committco appointed laA week to investho poor railroad accommodations. tigate the matter phouldgct tho name of Tho new jail will bo thrown open ono and returned Sunday. Mrs. F. E. Wnthen, of Bardstown tho firm and seo wlyt arrangements day to visitors when it is completed. hey can make for OMMtng works here. D. R. Murray nnd R. A. Miller havo Junction, is visiting her son, Hon, niwf savs :riA proposition was peso Wathen, this city,. rooms at tho Turpin Hotel this week. hisisisisisisKv9"aaiur sfli n tyn iWuuuii Wfilrifkculmr tAtf nnii iinf m vuii,ount Mrs. Cal. Judgo Murray, Judgo McBcath nnd riillftdelnhia firm to con- Phillips to hsillllllllllVlllilHNllllillllllHBWiFiaBuk Vm"Chapezo Wathon nro nt Bcnrd's Hotel. works in Cannelton. provid- ing to vis! Mr. Oscar Burch has opened a meat jr would agree to rent a num- -- 3fr. Wilf shop in tho rear of Jeff, "-'- " 'plHgii for fire purposes nt $45 per RE4aA'Mt(Mtrola for sovcral davs. return. store. year. each. After thoroughly discussing STSAHchorago Sunday. tho matter tho council by a unanimous Hand us the names of y TTI inTsient for tho celebrated Davis vote decided to accept tho proposition, nnd wo will tnko pleasure in! tiler, was canvassing in our town tho and aro to meet in specal session on Satthem. latter part of last week. urday evening to construct a proper B. FBcard & Co., sold last week to Mrs. Radloy and Mrs. Dr. Hardin visit- ordinanco granting tho right of wny, etc. Will and John Miller 10,000 pounds of ed, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tills is tho most liberal proposition that bono meal. lias ever been prcsonted for consideraFnirleigli, a fow days last week. Mr. Monroe rejected all tho bids mado tion in tho way of establishing a water Tho Moronion sand bar continues to bo on his property that ho offered at public tho favorito pleasure resort on Sunday system in our city, and it should bo ensale Monday. couraged by every citizen who has tho afternoons and moonlight nights. Tliero was a fino attendanco nt tho welfare of Cannelton nt heart. It is a Mrs. R, H, Novitt and Mrs. James Sunday school of the M. E. church South step in tho right direction, and wo earnSmfth visited their mother, Mrs. Jnno last Sunday. estly hope there will bo no obstructionMr. Deitz was brought horo from Smith, at Wolf Creek, last week. ist in the way this timo. Louisvillo last Saturday and lodged in Miss Ella Dowden camo up from Cloverport Friday ovoning and spent Saturjail on tho chargo of bigamy. A MAONiriCKNT bronzo monumont of day and Sunday with her parents. Rov. J. P. Goodson, "of HawcBvlllo, Gen. Grant was unvailod at Lincoln will bo hero to officiate at tho marriugo W. M, Ditto had two valuablo cows Park, Chicago, last Wednesday. It ia of Mr. Joseph E.' Wright and Miss Jesso killed by a passenger train last week, said to bo tho finest pleco of work of tho Mercer, which takes place nt 8 o'clock making three ho has lost sinco August kind in tho country, and cost a handthis morning at the M. E. church Fonth. In a like manner. some sum of monej'j "We m en-tir1 ' How's This ? Mr. TiefTs salo advertised for last Saturday did not pan out much. There were plenty of bidders, but tho property went bo low that tho sales were rejected. There was a largo crowd in town Monday first day of Circuit Court. Tho principle business of tho day was done down on Jockey street, where all tho horso trading was going on. It is said there were more horso traders hero Monday than were over seen hero before on a public day. They camo from Grayson, )hio and Meado counties. I havo now opened n feed stable in connection with my hotel, and nm prepared to stable and feed horses at the usual price. Tho stablo is convenient to my hotel nnd parties coming in nt Circuit Court, or nt nny other public timo can have their horses cared for. Boin G. Turpin. Tho following is tho grand jury for this term: G. W. Matthows, It. A. Smith. II. C. Haddock, David Potts, W. G. Smart, John Dyer, Jas. T. Compton, C. C. Elder, Taylor Hanks, Henry Gibson, Thomas Mercer and Milton Coke. There were sixteen grand jnrymen summoned, but Judgo McBcath directed tho sheriff to dismiss all of them and summons twelve only, to comply with tho new Consitution. Mr. II. O. Phelps, of Louisvillo, and Miss Nettie Lcnnin were married in this city last Thursday evening at 2 o'clock nt tho bride's residence Mr. Phelps is a prominent young business man of Louisvillo, and a son of Mr. J. S. Phelps, tho well known tobacconist. Miss Nettio is the daughter of Rev. J. II. Lcnnin, of this place. Tho wedding was a very quiet affuir only tho immediate family being present. After tho ceremony tho young couple left for Cloverport where they took tho Texas train for Louisville. Miss Bcttio Ditto, one of the most successful book agents over known in this county wjll visit Hardinsburg this week. It does look liko tho old man is surely old enough to know better than to stuff " Billy " on green corn that way just before starting out on a trip. Mr. James Talbott, of Elizabcthtown, has been buying up apples in tho Guston neighborhood and has shipped several car loads from that place If somebody in tho county don't do something mean pretty soon our jailer will havo to start out to hunt a job. The Meado jail now does not contain a single prisoner. Little Hatlio GHnuel cut quite n gash in her throat on n barbed wire fenco Friday afternoon. Dr. Puscy sowed the wound up nnd tho little girl is getting nlong njcely. Wo have failed to mention sovcral now babies who recently readied our city, but can assure you tlioy nro nil charming and each litis tho distinction of being tho only babo in town. Mr. Ben Allen, of Leavonworth, has purchased tho brick store formerly occupied by Mr. E. II. Shellmun from Mr. Frank Ditto, Sr., and expects soon to open up a largo dry goods and grocery Btoro. I And if a largo and choico lino of seasonable fall and winter goods, coupled with" low prices and fair dealing, hns anything to do with it wo will surey receive our share of your patronago Give us an early call WE WANT YOUR TRADE I Read carefully over our price list for this week of a few of the many bargains wo havo in store for you : . v -- Red Woolen Shirts, Men's Brogan Shoes, Men's Fino Shoes, Men's Boots Doubled Soled Good Jeand Pants, -, --' - . . - ; . : - "ilj25 up. 45c. 90c. 1 A Good Wool Hat for Boys Suits 4 to 12 years Overcoats from " $1.05. 1.25. 25c. $1.55. if2 to $15.00. - Goodman & Klein, CLOVERPORT, KY. last Friday. HARRY GUENTHER & BRO., 401-4- 07 Mis3 Bello Haynes, of Union Star, and Mr. Hugh Ackerman, of Rome, were nt the Hanks Hotel Saturday. Tho jurymen from this place aro Mr. Taylor Hanks, Mr. Henry Davis, Mr. Ben Lay and Mr. Tom. Roberts, Mr. Frank C. Ferry, Mrs. M. Blninand Miss Violet Miller attended tho Sarai Bernhardt engagement in Louisville. Tho friends of Mr. Joseph Elder .and collector for P. E. Collier, publisher, of Louisville, will regret to learn of his death at his homo near Brandenburg on Ho was well tho 8th, of consumption. known through this county and won many friends wherever ho went. His illness from tho timo ho was stricken down did not cover tho space of six months. East Main St., H3TO - IlsrE!S; From I to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS. Owensboro's Prosperity. Our neighboring city Owensboro seems to havo suddenly awakened to tho necessity of manufacturing plants in their city and in consequenco there aro four now factories now being built there. Thoy aro as follows: A $10,000 woolen mill, employing ono hundred and fifty hands j a 20.000 furniture factory, working fifty hands ; a $20,000 canning factory, employing ono hundred hands and a $10.-00- 0 butter and cheese factory. All theso plants are being erected in the southwestern part of tho city on a plat of ground called tho Factory Addition. About 350 hnnds will bo employed in theso factories and all will of course want For this to live near theso buildings. purpose a plat ot ground containing ono hundred lots has been laid off next to tho manufactories, and tho lots will bo offered for salo at auction to tho highest bidder, Thursday, October 29th. This is an excellent chanco to buy valuablo lots cheap, ns they will bo sold for whatever thoy bring. Tho torms of salo aro very d cash, balanco in liberal, only six nnd twelve months. one-thir- Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Bolting, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hang'ers, Brass Goods, Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine- Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. B" PRICES and all business guaranteed Correspondence solicited. GKE-V;E3 to bo satisfactory. j. TJS .A. O-A-LI- OF THE -- fflajdinsbuTg .'. Normal , Institute:- - Monday, August 31st, 1891. Spring term of sixteen will Mondag, xTaLntia.ru 18th, '92. Tho Summer term of eight will Monday, May 6th, '92. Tho weeks begin weeks begin Tho Fall term of twenty weeks will begin Tuition in Primary Course, New York, Octobor 10, 1891. " Elementary Course BniXKExninoE News, Cloverport, Ky. " of Intermediate Courso Dr. Geo. M. Marshall, formorly " at present Senior Assistant Other Courses IIouso Surgeon at Manhattan Eyo and All Tuition Fees must bo paid in advanco, Ear Hospital, Now York City, has been arranged. No reduction for absence unless caused by very ill with typhoid fover, ho is conrt, Dr. Marshall's Condition. TUITION FEES -- : $1.00 por month." 200 2.60 3.00 s " " " unless otherwiso sickness. i'i 'r valescent nnd wo hope to seo him nblo to attend to his duties in n fow days,, Ho has been under tho care of Dr. Geo. F. Carey. Drs. Geo. G. Wholock and Chits. McBruing wore called in consultation Dr. Marshall will bo with Dr. Carey. Surgeon after November 1st, 1891. Jlouse L. D. Holly, Supt. The Post Office Matter Settled.. Board can bo had in private families at $2.25 to $2.50 por week including fuel and lights, Tho Principal has had marked success at this point, and by tho aid of tho pcoplo wo hopo to achieve a great deal moro. Wa can give pupils every advantage horo that thoy can got at any school. For Author information address BOARD: , I ,'f (Jm. iHP iaHTJ Cupt. Billy Ahl, tho uowly appointed postmaster for this city, yesterday filled his bond and forwarded it to Washington for approval. It is for $12,000, ,and tho following are tho names of his sureties : II. A. Oolzo, A. L. Oolzb, Frank Payne, Samuel Johnson, J. O. Mattingly, Jo. B. King, L. V. Thompson and William Tin-dal- l. dipt. Ahl lias named tho Hon. Ho Jonas I). Wilson as his assistant. says ho is not in a hurry to take possession of tho ofllco and proposes to glvo Miss Henly a rcasonablo timo to nrrango her business. Andrew Carnegio lias been awarded n tower 1120 foot high as ono of tho attractions at tho World's Fair. It will bo 400 feet square at tho baso and will uccommodato 25,000 pcoplo at ono timo on tho insido. It will cost $1,500,000 and will-b- o tho highest bulking in tho world. R. P. SHACKLETT, Prin.; HARDINSBURG, KY.- PUBLIC SALE, ' 1891. On my premltei, all my ituck, comUtlog of nine head of bortci and tnulei, flvo con and levernl young cattle, etc. All my farming I will (ell nt publlo lalo BATUIIDAY, 00T0BEH 17th, LAND FOR SALE. Creek, the homestead farm of John Shrews-berrdeceased. About 135 acres In oultlvar tlon. Woll tlmberod with onk and poplar. Tbero Is one dwelling house nnd one tenement house, and all necessary out buildings. Price and terms reasonable, address 275 aires of land on the waters of O.lomeso y, Implement, tiro vagons and one buggy. All mini of $7 and nnderoasb In band, all urns over that twelve months tlmo with ap- tho contract to orect proved leourlty, bearing 6 por cent. Interest. I will alio offer my farm for'ialo, conalitlng of 186 acres, situated one and a half miles east Tho farm la well waterod, 0 Hardinsburg. bai eight lasting springs on It, and between 00 Terms of nnd 100 acre ot valuable timber. farm made known on day of sale, to stave nnd timber men. oome nnd A word ee the boundary of timber beforo the day of tale, I will take pleasure in showing timber Come and get a and boundary at any time. bargain for f am determined to Bell, Sale to commence nt 9 o'clock. PATRICK TBAFP, ' Ufliiburg, Ky. M.R.SimBWflliEMlY, LUbflold, Ky. LAND FOR SALE. This farm lcs' in Breckenridge county, on one-ha- lf the bead waters, or Long Lick tfnd mile rrom thai. H. & W. raiload, and is well Improved. Will sell as a whole or divide la tracts to suit purchaser. Por Jutthw Information address W, Y. LKWIS, Vim OwMialuiM. IT. - "i " - TrraiTw . j 58e2s ,vf .skzpiib i Mrs. Geo. W. Short and Mrs. Eugene I lay lies went to Louisville Monday. A revival is in progress at the Elm street Methodist church conducted bj Rev. AV. 0. Brandon. Ho will bo assisted by Rev. G. D. Wolf, of Evansvillc, y and preach towho will arrive night. AV. L. Dompsoy, ut Ono tlmq a minister in tho Methodist church, and a son of Rev. J. It. Deinpsoy of tho Louisville Ho is Conference, has gono wrong. wanted at Princeton, Ky., for obtaining monoy under falso pretenses. Mayor Pierco expects a representative of an Eastern Company hero this week to negotiate for tho building of water Our city council should bo works. liberal and endeavorto offer Inducements to securo tbcm if at all reasonable. to-da- V Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta gentlyyot promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fovcrs nnd cures habitual constipation. Syrup r gs is tho only remedy of its kinu over produced, pleasing to the tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial tn its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable- substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most pontile- - remedy known. Svrup or Fit: j for snlo in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading druggists. Any rofial.lo drug' i?t who may not havo it on hand w ill procure it promptly for any ( ue who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. - 8AN FftANOISO ), CAL. LOUISVILLE, Kt. NEW YORK, N.r. - Last Monday was a big day for Tho town was full of people, tho hotels wero overrun and tho merchants had nil tho trado they could handle. B.. F. Beard & Co., said It was tho best court day they had had for a number of years. Harry Roth wears tho horns for tho best timo yet mado on tho "Texas" Ho made from' Louisvillo to this city. tho run on cngino No. 1, pulling the Kat!c,in two hours and eight minutes including eight stops, two sidings and two watdrs. Mr. A. B. Skillraan, Cashier of the Breckonridgo Bank, went to Louisvillo yesterday to attend tho Banker's convenHo was tion which meets there accompanied by his daughter Miss Lizzio, Ids' daughter-in-laMrs. C. B. Skillman, his nieco Miss Nannie Murray and Miss Alliono Murray, who wcntto see Bernliar-dinsbur- g. to-da- y, What Wo Would Like to See. Water works erected at once. AVall street paved with vitrified brick. All the old pavements replaced with new brick ones. Real csUito owners put a fair valuation on their lands. A $10,000 hotel erected on tho corner of Elm and AVall Btreets. Tho Cloverport Brick Company incrcaso Its capacity to 100,000 brick per day. Tho Iron bridge raised at Uast tight feet arid tho street brought to n grade with it. A lino of Btreot cars from the brick plant to the machine shops. A general revival of religion and business. Two good turnpike roa Js, ono to Pates-vill- e nnd nnd one to Mattlngly's. Tho new brick company making some show for business. A daily star route mail from this city to Hnrdlnsburg. t Tho streets of Hardinsburg, especially tho ono lending into town from tho pike, paved with. Cloverport's vitrified brick. The Cloverport Pipe Lino put down a now gas woll and incrcaso its supply of gas to consumers. A Circuit Court day in Cloverport. Prof. Gils. Brown build a brick dwelling on his beautiful lot overlooking this city. Moro good substantial business houses on Wall street. two-story SAVED AT LAST 1 May do for tho titlo of a sensational play, but eaved ALL THE TIME is what tho people want when they buy Clothing. When you buy a Suit or Overcoat for yourself or boy nt our house you Every, garment Vp tyV wttothcr save money all tho time. lino or chenp, is worth every cent you pay for it, nnd that is thout Clothing can moro than houses thnt sell Eastern-mad- e blushing. pay-wi- "The Melancholy days have com The saddest of the year." "When the leaves begin to turn" Is time to think of -- ';$. T Fall Purchases. ' Tho weather now Is a forerunner of what Is to como Jn the Avoid, near fuluro. Buy now and don't put It It off any longer. 1rWOs the rush, and select from a complete stock. Vou must have, the Sec clothes, and the sooner you get it off your mind the better. our elegant line of medium weight Overcoats. HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR Overstocked on Shirts. ' White Dress Shirts 16 18 worth Ono 17 1-- 2, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, HUTS, CAPS Dollar and a Half, go now at Seventy-fiv- e cents. ad GLOVES, OVERCOATS, JULIUS 601cl WINTER IReliable" Clothiers GO Cloaks, Shawls, Carpets, Curtains, Cor. Third .and Market, Louisville, Ky. A CLOVERPORT WOMAN. PhysicianSurgeon. Office Dr. J. M, Clayton,- mmmm Big Sale at Owensboro, Ky. Next Thursday, Oct. 29th, is tho hlg auction Bale of vacant lots in tho Now Factory Addition to tho city of Owensboro. At this Bale ono hundred vnl'unblo Iota will ho offered to tho public for wlintcvcr they may choose to pay for them. Thcro has been much money mado on Owensboro real estate during the pust year, but there has never yet been offered such an opportunity to mnko monoy quick as this salo presents. Tho four large manufactories employing thrco hundred nnd fifty hands arc located in this addition this fact nlono makes tho lots very desirable and very valuable. Tho salo will ho without reserve by bid or limit, and ovury lot will be sold reAnyono leaving a gardless of price. small amountrof monoy to invest can not do better than attend this salo and secure ono or moro lots. Tho terms nro d cash balance very easy, only in six nnd twelvemonths. ' one-thir- and Thorough, Practical Instruction. GraduCatalogue ates assisted to positions. FREK. Write to Business College, Emnl & ' Mon LOUISVILLE, trunks st Oil Cloths, and Valises, Etc. KY. hardt. A gentlemen hero from Chicago last week, and an expert in tho manufacture of vitrified brick, said tho Cloverport brick are as good as any made in the country. Louisvillo is coming to her senses along this lino too. Out of 50,000 shipped there last week, only L5 brick wero rejected. A recent paragraph in this paper criticising tho condition of tho pavement In front of tho Cloverport Hotel, was marked and a copy of tho paper sent to Dr. A. Bishop tho owner of tho property, who promptly notified his agent hero to have a new pavement put down and that ho was not awaro of its condition. Tho whole town will rise up and thank tho Doctor fflr this much needed improvement. A movement is on foot to pave Wall street from Elm to Oak. Tho property holders along this Btreet have signified their willingness to furnish tho brick if the council will put them down. Tho council as a matter of courso, cannot bo less liberal or enterprising than tho property holders in this matter and tho work will go ahead. It would bo tho biggest advertisement our brick industry could have, and it would show to tho world that wo practice what wo preach, and that is that wo havo tho best paving brick in tho world. Jtov. AV. K. Pcnrod, pastor of- the Baptist church in this city, has been called by tho Sixth Avenuo Baptist AVhllo wo church of Pino Bluff, Ark. regret, as every ono will to givo Bro. Penrod and his family up, wo are glad to know that he goes to broader fields and falls into tho hands of a much larger and wealthier church, with a much better salary. Mr. Penrod is an excellont preacher and a good pastor and Wo congratulate tho church and the people of Pino Bluff In securing him as their minister and a citizen. Ho will leave with his family in about six week. Always use tho medicine that will do tho most good, nnd for kidney and liver troublo, Lightning Kldnoy & Liver Remedy is tho best. Messrs. Gracy & Had-doBarlow, O., says : "Wo havo handled medicines of different kinds for years and have nevor handled anything that equals Lightning Kidnoy & Liver Remedy. Ono of our customers has been suffering for years with kidney trouble, and has usod a great deal of kidney and liver cure, but did not receive much, if any benefit. Ho finally tried Lightning Kldnoy & Liver Remedy, and will use nothing else. Ho says ho would rather pay tho price for it than to tako tho other for nothing." For sale by all dealers. - What She Sees and Hears to Write About- of the read a poem from Burns, "Man was mado to mourn," and then A. O. U. AV., Its 'Excellent Qualities. Commend tcj public approval tho liquid fruifremedy Syrup of Figs. It Is pleasing to pye, nnd to tho tasto and gently nctihg on the kidnoys, liver and bowels, it cleanses tho system effectually thereby promoting tho health nnd comfort of all who use it. Call-forni- in Dr. While's old stand up stairs. OLOVEOPORT. KY. I believe last week a member And lots of things to numerous too mention. , to the matter. Let Better attend us try to sell you what you need. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician Office & Surgeon, Next dpor to Breckcnridge dovcrport, Ky. Breckenridge News. 'WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER LOCAL 21, 1891. BBEVITIES. St'ifried for fresh oysters. Apple barrels for sale C. C. Martin. If you want oysters don't fn'il'to call on Seifricd. Edgar Adkisson, Lodiburg, was in town Saturday. You will be proud of tho goods you buy of Sulzers. Wo. quote tho prices ; the goods do tho talking. Sulzers. Call at Sulzers and get the weather explanation card. Ono and all our thousands of customers invited. Sulzers. Fresh oysters served in any style at C. 0. Martin's confectionery. Hey. "V. C. 'Brandon will preach at Holt's chapel next Sunday. Miss Jennie "Warflcld is visiting Miss Bertie Richardson. Louisville. R. R. Pierccand wife went to Louisville yesterday to see Bernhardt. F. Selfried keeps oysters and prepares them in any stylo on short notice. Sam. Cox, of Uniontown, was visiting relatives and, friends here lost week, Tho grandest stock ever opened in dress goods and trimmings, Sulzers. Miss Magio Bowmer is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Burks, of Henderson. Miss Katio Boyd went to Louisville Monday to attend tho Bernhardt engagement. Tho weather flags are now regularly displayed from tho top of Sulzer's big building. Richard Mattingly of this city has been granted and increase of pension with $700 back pay. Tho Brick Company received an order yesterday from a party in Owensboro for 100.000 brick. This timo twixt hot and cold is a good Wo can fill time to prepare for winter. tho bill. SuUors. MiBsLafio Lalleist went to Louisvillo last AVednesday to attend tho funeral of Mrs. C. W. Moorman. Vic Culley returned to his homo in Florida last Sunday. , Ho was accompanied as far as LouisUllo by bis son, David. YoU never tried DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers for constipation, billiousness, sick headache or you would not havo these diseases. Sold by G. W. Short. Miss Lizzio Ricketts is now prepared to do dressmaking up stairs in tho Old Breckonridgo Bank opposito Sulzer's store. Dresses mado cheaper than over before. i A party of capitalists from Chicago .1 wero hero last week trying to sccuro lands for tho erection of a $100,000 brick r plant. Tjds town is attracting brick men from nil over tho country. Mrs. Jonnio Phillips, of Brandenburg, accompanied by her beautiful littlo daughters, Fannie and Ruth, passed down fcj on tho train last AVednesday to viBit Mrs. Edwin Hodge, of Henderson. Mr, Hunscho, foreman for Sulzor's Tailoring Department, will visit plover-pjr- t, Friday, Oct. 23d, and will bo glad t j meet you at Sulzors and tako your measure for a suit of clothing. J. E. Keith & Son 'now havo a first-clanmrblo cutter, Mr. Phillip Koin of Chicago. Ho is a flno workman, and this firm can furnish you anything in their lino In the latest designs. Tito great clothing establishment of ' Klclnhans & Simouson, Louisvillo, havo a conspicuous advertisement in this issue of ?ho News, It Is ono of tho big concerns of Louisvillo and is noted the Stato over for its liberality to its customers and for Us low prices. If you visit Louisvillo. at any timo it will pay you to visit the Mammoth. Drop in and see thorn and mention the IIjujckkkhmkie Xkws. f commented upon it. I could say many lovely things about Robert Bums, but will quote from Carlisle. Ho says, "contemplating tho sad end of Burns and how ho sank unaided by any real help, by any wise sympathy. Generous minds havo sometimes said with reproachful sorrow that much might have been dono for him by counsel, true, affection nnd friendly menistrations, ho might have been saved to bimsolf nnd tho world, Advice which seldoins profits any one, he did not need ; he know tho right from tho wrong as well as any man ever did, but ho was born in an ago not of heroism and religion, but of skepticism, selfishness and trivcality, when truo nobleness was littlo understood. AVo do not think that tho blamo of Burns failure lies chiefly with tho woild. AVhero then does it lie ? AVo answer with him self, it is his inward and not his outward misfortunes that bring him to tho dust. Nature fashions no creature without implanting in it the strength need ful for its action and duration, least of all does she so neglect hor masterpiece and darling, the poetic soul. Neither can wo believe that it is in the power of any external circumstances to ruin tho mind of a man. It was the want of unity In his purposes of consistency in his aims, tho hopeless attempt to mingle in friendly union tho common spirit of poetry, which is of a far different nature. Burns was poor, had even little timo for poetry his only real vocation and ho loved it devotedly. For poetry, as Burns could havo followed it, but another form of religion. He was a born poet ; poetry was tho celestial element of his being and should have been the soul of his whole endeavors. In pitying admiration ho lies enshrined in all our hearts, in a far nobler raansolcum than that ono of marblo j neither will his works over pass away from tho memory of men. Ho said truly "man's inhumanity to man makes countless millions mourn." Why not? Do. WANTED. An active cnorgctic man who Is familiar with farm work aud implements, to canvass Breckenridge county for throe months beginning November 1st, and sell a special implement needed by every fanner in tho county. Agent to furnish his own horso and wagon. Good references required with tho application. B. F. Aveky & Sons, Address Louisville, Kv. Sulzer's CLOVERPORT,. ? For Sale. Ono slide-vtdv- o engine, cylinder 12x24, in good condition, and a good engine. Ono boiler 24 feet long, 44 inches in diameter, good as new. Ono 23 horso powTOBACCO. er boilor mounted on wheels in good condition. "Wo will sell either or all of the would scarce expect one of my ngo to "You above cheap, speak in publio on the stage." I do not proCitnss & Wymond Co. pose to fall below Demosthenes or Cicero, in Louisville, Ky my line. For ten years I have been agent for 'Messrs. Sawyer, Wallace k Co., nnd in all that time not a farmer has had to remit for WHISKEY reclamation, and hare liberally advanced at all -- -- -- felsff GET THE BEST. The Best is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Best is good times, and but one dealer a small amount Is often used as medicine, in which case the enough for tho man who respects himself and loves his family. Such a man alNew York, purity of the article is of the greatest imporwhen the tobacco was shipped to und hnve shipped thousands of hogsheads. tance I. W. Harper is a Kentucky distiller of ways wants tho Best Groceries, and buys them of The product of his Diswill be pleased to ship to Messrs, Wallace, national reputation. "Sj. IE. 3yCOOI3E-A.3Sr- , Mullen & Co., New York, nny tobacco ready tillery Is shipped direct to the retail trade ; it for markat, on which, if desired a ? easonuble passes thrrugb no middle man's hands, to be knowing that he always keeps tho Best that tho market affords and retails them at Consumers, amount will be advanced. mixed, cblorod, and watered. therefore, have the assurance that I. W. llar- - proper prices. P. V'. DUNCAN. sold in its absolute purity by Eer's Whisker is SHERIFF'S SALEFOR TAXES. By vhtuo wealth of Kentucky nnd tho County of Breckenridge, for tho years and 01, by tho following named parties and for tho years designated. AVe w ill proceed to sell for cash in hnnd, oil Monday, Novemiieu lGtli, 1891. door In Hardinsburg, At tho Court-hous- e Ky., tho following described property or a sufllcient amount thereof to pay tho sovernl amounts of Taxes and costs : llasham David, heirs, for 1889, 90 and 1 tract of land near Clifton Mills, for 1, page 79., further particulars soe .. ,$ 6 00 Amount of tax and cost Brown Thos. Jr. colored, for 89, 00 und 01, one tract of lond adjoining J. It. Wimp, near Irvington. Ambunt of tax 13 10 and cost ; Ilrooks Wesley, colored, for 1800 and 01, bis interest in a tract of land onSlnk-In- e Creek near Dewloyvllle. ,,. 10 00 , Amount of taxes and cost Ilrooks Clay, colored, for 1880, 00 and Ot, his Interest in tract of land nn Sink- - ' Ing Creek rear Ilewloyvllle. '...,.... 12 05 Ainonnt of taxex and oosts Clark Tballaleous, heirs, for 1887, 88, 80 and 00, one tract of land near Union Star, adjoining John 0 Claycomb. ,..,.. 10 25 Amount of taxes and cosls Durbin Nanoy, for 1880,00 and 01, one tract of land near Dig Spring, 10 Cn .,..., Amount of tuxes and cotts Hajs' Clay, heirs, for 1887, 88, 89, 00 aid 01. tract of land near Irvington. ... 41 39 Amount of taxes and oosts bebool tax and cost on same fur 80, '00 12 60 and 01 Huff's Den, heirs, for 1887, 88, 60, 00 and 91, tract of land near Webster. 10 06 Amount of taxes and costs Ilarwood A. 8., for 1800 and 01, one town lot in llewleyvllle, known as the D, B. illgsby property, 7 86 Amount of taxes, und costs..., Hunt J. Q. for 1RO0 and 01, Tar Spring property, litttd In the natno of J. O. Hunt fur 1890. , 68 16 Amount of tax and cost.. Also same property listed In the samo of Tar Sprlirgs Co. for 1891. , 66 00 , Tax and costs Cross Harrison, for 1889, 00 and 01, tract of land near Dewleyvilte". 20 37 .'. Amount of taxes nnd costs Ulgsby Margarett, for 1887, 88, 80, 00 nnd 01, tract land near Bewlejvijle, 14 40 Amount of taxes and costs (.. Boss Mallnda, fur 1880, 87, 83, 80, 90 and 91, tract land near Webster. 7 00 Aomunt of taxes and costs... 1890 and VI, traot of Slpes Robt, ' land near Big Spring. 10 00 Amount of taxes and costs,,.., Scott's O. W., heirs, for 1887, 88, 60, 0J and 01, tract of Uad near Wpbster. 7 66 Amount of taxes and costs Wbitworth Bright, trnol of land near Gaiueld. Amount of taxes and coati..r,21 41 Young Lee, colored, balance on 1888, 89, 00 and 01, tract of laqd near Irving ,.. 17 06 ton. Amount of tuxes and oost Ben M. Taul, fur 1860 and 00, one tract of land In Breckenridge county, see ,., ; 84". D, B. 41,1 , Amountof taxes and oosts y.... 30 (10 'Smith (Thos. II. Ilatei, "agt.J, L.N. for 1864 aud 90, Craat of land In j)rwk-enrldcounty. ..8 88 Amount of taxes and oosts 01, D-- DEAV1N I POPIIAM, of Taxes duo tho Common Sole Ag'ts, Cloverport, Ky. ADMINISTRATRIX SALE. The underslfned administratrix of Ben. Hardin, deceased, will on Friday, November 13tb, 1901, At the late residence of the deceased. Sell the personal property of the decedant, consisting of horses, mules, cattle, hogs, sheep, corn In the field, hay, tobacco, ono buggy. Terms of Sale All sums under Ave dollars cash in- - hand, for sums of five dollars and over notes with good security bearing interest from day of sale, duo and payablo in six months, will be required. M. K. HAUD1N, Administratrix. Wanted Everybody to know that thoy can savo big money by buying their Stoves from us. Wc carry a large and well selected stock -- of Rev. W, K. Penrod at Pine Pluff, Ark. Dare Business Opportunity Wanted, a patry with capital to take an interest In a commission, jobbing and manufacturing business of high character, long standing and established trade, at Louisvillo, Ky. All communications confidential. Address M. lloberts, 068 West Main St., Loulsville,Ky. Cooking & Heating Stoves And offer them at low figures. We can mako you special low prices on Step Stoves and Drum Heating Stoves. Our line of Cooking Stoves is the well established ! Breckenridge County Biblo Society. Tho following is tho annual report of tho Breckenridgo County Biblq Society, Stato of Kentucky for tho year ending October 12, 1892. Located at Hardins-burg. TUEARURV. Received during tho year for books ,.;...'..,....'... Donittcd by Dr. N. O. Mosley Total Paid freight on books Cash bn hand at tho close of $35.05 5.75 $41.40 2,40 .. tho'ycar...... $39,00 nurosiTonv. Value of books on hand Oct. 5. '00. $28.20 "', " " received during The Rev. AV. K. Penrod, of Cloverport, Ky., occupied tho pulpit at tho Sixth avenuo Baptist church last Sunday, morning nnd evening, preaching to largo congregations. Ho also preached Monday, Tuesday and AVednesday evenings, After the services AVednesday night Mr. Penrod was called by tho unanimous voto of tho church to fill the vacancy caused by tho resignation of tho Rev. AV. O. Golden at this place. Ho left yesterday for his homo in Kentucky and will with his family to this city in a few weeks. Mr. Penrod is a very able young minister nnd a very ploasing and entertaining preacher. Ho is a sedulous student, a fluent spenker and gives promiso of a very brilliant future. Tho Graphic believes that tho Baptist congregation of this city could not havo mado a better selection, and we congratulate them on their choice. Asn fellow Kcntucklan and ono who know Mr. ' Pcurod before his presence in this city, tho Graphic scribo welcomes him and his most interesting family to Pino Bluff, Graphic. ' SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH. " ANCHOR " BRAND nnd aro now placed, owing to tholrsuporlorlty, proomlnontlyabovoovory thlntr horotoforo producod In this lino, ThoyaroUo)cnowIodgod.by exports to bo tho Driest nnd most ponootly constructed I.onsos KNOWN, and aro peculiarly ndnptod tocorroctlnctho various vlRual lmporoo-tlon- s. e A trial of tho KOHlNOOR will oonvlnoa you thoy nro PERFECT SIGHT RENEWERS. Ererr Pair Warranted, Aro tho rosult of years of solontlflo THESE WONDERFUL LENSES oxpor-Iraontln- fr, X Every Stove that goes out is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Our line of - for Salo by A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician Fmcriptlons Receive Careful Attention, CLOVEHPQRT, KY, PARLOR ! STOVES t tho year Total Araluo of books sold during tho year Value of books furnished to lifo mombors 4,. ., Valuo of books donated. Valuo ofbooks in dopository at tho closo of tlie year Total (i, Bridenbaoh Sauers. 05.50 Mr, E. II. Briedenbacb, of OweUsboro, .. $93.70 and Miss Lizzio Snucrs, of this city, wero married at tho residence of tho bride's undo, Mr. F. AVnlter, last Monday even$35.03 ing at 4 o'clock. Rov. AV. 0. Brandon officiating. Tho mnrriago was a quiet '1.50 ono, only a fow relatives of tho family .75 being presont. Mr. Bridonbach is a distiller of Owensboro and qulto 55.80 Well to do, nnd Is fortunnto in securing ...$1)3.70 ono of our most charming and deserving pro-mino- nt MILLINERY. ; i Is especially attractive, Come and see. Please yourself and save money. ' fr B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. ss young ladies. Incrcaso sale of bibles and tes$11.90 taments over last year A full lino of fine bibles nnd testaments A cat In Chleo, Cat,,1 pennced upon a always on hand. sparrow and was about to make a meal John P, Haswem., of it, when a dozeu .'other sparrows flew to tho Teller ,or its, captured associate. Treasurer and Depositary. They bo terrified the cat that tho latter President. Da. N. O. Mosr-KY- , hurriedly dropped the captive and ran V, G. Bauiiauk, Secretary. away. ?'nrin sa (rrH 1 Tji JteTftQfc 5 "WW I .. onnrrEK mm TIRED FEELING, LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, NOTHING ' ! I HIG-- H FLYERS. irnilsSnl lUbUU ' (ASTES RIGHT TO YOU ? McElree's Wine of Cardul and THEDFORD'S BLACK, DRAUGHT are for sale by the following merchants in BrfrokeorUgo County t Jets W. Owen Cloveroort O, W". 8b orf, Clovfport. UrtibMr k Ly, Stepheniport. Witt & Mdor, HardlasWg, J. J, 84Yri, Unloa Star, A recent invention used In factories enables any person in any part of the factory to stop tbeoualn engine by simply pushing an electric button. An Illinois man has just completed a tramp from North Lawrence to Chicago, a distance of 600 miles, and he la over, seventy years of age. Mrs, H. V. Duncan has just received a largo stock of tho lntost Six percent, will bo added to all these pftttornB in Huts rim Bonnets which Wo aro nlse preparing may 'woll bo lists when sold. termed tho High a large llt that will soon follow thla If Flyers of Uiq sqason. Although the taxea sruot paid at onpe. avay up in point of beauty, thoy Jtyspectfully, 3,8, IWehxkttk. are very low in price ite If po bnv a 50 cent bottle of LEMON CHILL TONIO and boo what a change it trill This Tonic is not only the Surest RwaWy ie? Chills, but as a Blood Purifter awl Appgtltor U unequaled. Pleasant m tomomuk. CMitJcMi orv inrtt ' mk. EVEHY' DOTTL1 .GUARANTEED. For Sale by A. K. FISH1E, CLOVKI .' . . 3 it & Sight tteitorrd at Ninety-ArTho Welsh newspapers report a at tho village" of Llauon, Cardiganshire, whero the Rev. William WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEU 21, 1801. Horbort, lato rector of tho parish, entertained 600 of his parishioners at tea in commemoration of tho restoration of bjs ARGONAUTS IN VERA CRUZ. eyesight in his ninety-fift- h ye&r. The flolil Hunter or '40 VUlt n Mexican City roveroud gentlomnn, who is tho oldest Dlacouracoi). and Heroine clergyman In tho principality, had held It was Sunday morning when wo drop- tho living of Llnnon for half a contnry. ped anchor near St. Juan de Ulloa, with Six years ago. however, he lost his sight its quaint ancient tower, and tho city of and resigned tho rectorship in conseVera Cruz just beforo U3. quence During tho last Tew months ho Tho uniformed customs officials speedhas been under tho ily boarded us from a small boat, and eminent Manchester treatment' of an oculist, and the clanging; of Bomo scores of cataracts being while tho removed from his eyes, musical Spanish bells from tho cathedral his sight has been completely restored, towers filled tho air, tho officers wero en- and ho is now tertained by an encounter between two ice in church. enabled to read tho servLondon Ulobo. of our pugnacious gold hunters, who struck vigorously from tho shoulder. Wo A Doc'a Descent In a I'umcliute. received a speedy permission to land, as Quito a novelty in tho way of a balloon tho officials did not appear to onjoy our ascension occurred nt Reed Lake reSunday was passed lu cently, Mr. companionship. Charles Godfrey, proprietor looking at the sightsin the old Spanish of a lake hotel, owns a big mastiff, city, battered nnd bombarded as it had weiging 160 pounds, which has always been two years beforo by the nrtillery of evinced a great iutorest in balloon ascenGeneral Scott sions, and n double parachute was arWalls and buildings constructed of ranged, one for the dog and ono for tho coral rocks wero shattered as he had loft .man. Both went up, and when at nn J them, fragments of bombs and solid shot nltirilfln nr nhmit O nul Foot i ha ilnr wna t lay about the streets where his cannon swung off. His parachute was slow in had fired them, ami along tho beach were opening, around all right, nnd numerous dilapidated wrecks of surf ho fell in but catno tho middle of the lake, from boats whero ho had abandoned them. wheuco be was rescued by a steamboat Numerous army wagons, caissons and He howled, but was not hurt, and dog artillery carriages we're scattered about, ascensions will bo a feature hereafter. and thousands of Yankee made pack sad- The Humano socio ty threatens prosecudles wero offered ns for our journey. tions. Grand Rapids Cor. Detroit Free Theso and much other paraphernalia, tho Press. production of army contractors, had only Sun Spot. Berved tho purpose intended that of enTho period of maximum is approachriching tho contractors. Tho only pack saddlo fouud useful was ing and amateur and professional astronthe Mexican one, consisting of two great omers in all quarters bf tho globe are pillows of leather connected and liugg directing their telescopes to tho orb of astride tho mule, and weighing without day in hopes that bis sinnllpoxcd apValuable Real Estate tho 'cargo,''somo cigiity pounds, on tho pearance will bo more than usually intop of which or suspended from it would teresting. Thero is an excellent chance for amateurs in this class of observation. bo a load of somo 200 pounds. As our war with Mexico had just The comparison of solar disturbances closed, and tho ignorant masses yet held with the variations of the magnetic ns in tho eamo enmity with which they needle forms an abundant Held for usehad regarded their conquerors, matters ful work. The owner1 of the smallest did not look favorablo for a peaceful telescope may discover somothing which passago over tho 'whole extent of Mexico, will send his name down to posterity in especially as wo expected to follow tho the astronomy text books. New York routo taken by Scott's army nnd to pass Recorder. over battlefields whero, ns wo learned, Sharpsightcd observers can see on bleached skeletons lay still unbnried. moonless nights nearly threo thousand Tho government, in fact tho whole counstars. Jupiter is tho brightest of them try, was yet in a state of demoralization, all The telescope brings out 60.000,000 nnd guerrillas and robbers infested al- stars. Not one can compare with Jupimost every mile of tho way. ter. Venus is his only rival, and sho is Besides this, merchants of intelligence now hidden in the sun's rays, so that he As administrator of, tho estate of in Vera Cruz warned us that we were rciirns alone. almost suro to bw robbed and murdered, T. N. Wnrfield, deceased, I will that if wo should escapo this fate we Kress' Liver Powder tho Great German offer for snlo until November 1st, could not find provisions on our journey Remedy is suro to givo satisfaction, for men or beasts, and that wo would at privato or public salo, tho A. it 1891, of imitations. Prico '2oc. most surely break down our animals and following described property in and Fisher. bo glad to resort to horse or mulo meat near the city of Cloverport : to sustain life. Impressed by theso tales To Tell it .Mun'n la tun. (which found fulfillment to somo extent even ns to mulo meat, with rattlesnakes . Xt m us a young married woman who spoke. She was dining with her husadded), about fifty of tho most proband on the piazza of a hotel nounced and boastful among our company took a return passago on the vessel "If you have any doubt." said shs, for Now York. Colonel A. C. Ferris in "about the relationship of a nu:n and Moro or less of good land, lying on woman when you see them at n placo Clover Creek, threo miles from Century. liko this there is one very suro way of at noon eve, or night your bones aro settling whether or not they are married. Cloverport, near tho John Hardin If sore and aching, and you feel the Also When the waiter makes out the check place, with improvements. are into you creeping, call on your drug- for the dinner, watch the man who is HOO acres Woodland lying near tho gist for a bottle of Yucatan Chill Tonic. going to pay it If he nervously clutches at the check) crushes it in his hand and above tract. This is fine land, proPrice 50c. For salo by A. It. Fisher. hnnds the waiter a ten dollar bill with- duces well and w.ill bo sold at a out looking toheohow much heowes, ho bargain. Strange Fucts About Accident. The collection of largo groups of facts is not even engaged to tho girl who is about accidents which has been made with him, and stands in mortal diead of her opinion of him necessary by tho development of acci"If he takes the check ind scans it dent insuranco has mado a contribution to one department of social scienco that with some care and then quietly hands In Hancock county, near Patesvillo is by no means uninteresting. For in- to the waiter a sum npproximatltig the with improvements, occupied at stance, it is a curious fact that a man is total, he is very likely engaged to tho This much moro likely to lose his left hand girl, nnd is willing for her to think him .this time by Ben Shadriok. than, his right hnnd, or his left oyo than businesslike and precise. is also a fine tract of land with good "if. however, he allows tho waiter to his right eye; statistics show, too, that placo tho check on the tublo, and leaves improvements nnd suitable for a when a man insures himself against accidents ho thereby greatly diminishes it thero for his companion to see and small farmer. A bargain for some-"bodtho risk of accident and this is probably study, then they are married. It Is only the married man dining with his wife explained in this way: When a man's attention is called to a danger ho fixes his who will sit back and think of other To-mind on it, nnd thereby consciously or things whilo his check awaits settleunconsciously makes unusual effort to ment in full view of the lady opposite. avert it. It therefore happens that a Before marriage he would not allow her man is more likely to bo a victim of an mind to realize anything so unroinantio accident of n kind that ho never thought us the price of the delicate viands she 'Near the upper landing in tho city consumed, aud even during the engageof than of the kind against which he inment he would not permit her to think of Cloverport, capable of handling sures himself. a million pounds of tobacco. A man, for instance, who handles of such material questions. "A year ufter matriago, however, they sharp tools will insuro himself against an accident from the uso of them, and dlsciths together the priceH on l"io bill of fare, and when the check is made out tlio first thing ho knows he will bo drawing pay from an insurance company for tho wife is mote anxious than tho husan injury done by getting a cinder in his band to know how much it comes to. Therefore, the married man allows his in said city, fronting on High street eye. Forum. dinner checks to remain on the tublo for running back 400 feet to Houston his wife's inspection." New York or Railroad street, with a two story DoWitt'a Sareaparilla cleanses the Letter. blood, increases tho appetite nnd tones dwelling and L and other outPerfect action and perfect health result up tho system. It has benefitted many buildings, occupied at present by peoplo who have suffered from blood from tho uso of De Witt's Littlo Early Risers, a perfect littlo pill. Sold by G. A. S. English aB a privato hotel. disorders. It will help you. Sold by G. W. Short. W. Short. Breckenridge News. e. Do You Want CEZMZZPZEIR,: A FABM ? Do You Want I A HOUSED LOT? DO You Want iV- - A Good Dwelling? Do You Want Price 50 els. For Sale by A. R. FISHER. His Rooms Crowded. Everybody Satisfied, and Many Praise Him. IT IS THE BEST! Because f A Tobacco Warehouse? All located in and GEO.YEAKEL&CO., BRANDENBURG, KY. near Cloverport. If THE so now is your chance ' It is a positive Force Feed. It is th6 only one made that is a ForcQ Feed. ' It avoids all guess work. i f ' It is guaranteed, to sow all kinds 'phosjiliato. i - J Financial Question Try Our .,;,, 7. SES & LOTS Which Is bothering the heads of Statesmen and ordinary mortals Is n very simple mutter when you understand it. All one need ti do is to make one dollar do the work of two, and the problem Is solved. The beauty of this theory Istliat practice Is the best part oi It. You'll thlriK sdtuhvn you sie the Immense New Stock pt K.III mid Winter floods we are oflerlitfr nt the prlcen. Celebrated Cleveland Dryer Ferlilifeil HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers Supply House, DRESS GOODS. cents for Kn'lUIi I l.ibct Cloth worth 20 " .Siotrli Dlairunuls worth 11 pieces Iliinnock Serge at 10c Worth 15 pieces 3 4 Sirge nil colors nt lu lll.ick Henrietta Cloth at Novelty Dress (ioods, Amazon llroadcloth, lied ford Cords. Chevron CnniLls Hair. Dublin Cloth. Jamestown, plain and plaid, Dlugou lis, plain Tricot. ScrireH and P'lanhtrl 11UI1U ut nrlrcs that defy competition. 12 12 15 That must be .' HARDINSBURG, KY. SOLID A Tract of 190 Acres DRY 10 -:- - GOODS -- : and -- NOTIONS J. R. JOHNSON, -- DKALKK be-wn- licit Standard Prints at 5c. bales Iloosler II. cotton tit 5c. thread checks and stripes nt cc. All llleach Cotton nt Mill pilces. ps dark Krench Ginghams at 12 worth 20c. ilot fancy dark Dress Ginghams at 10 worth 15 We carry a large stock of I'lanials In plain checks nnd plaids at lowest prices. 10 pr white lllnnkets at i.2 worth fJ.oo. 50 piles round I- N- i- '77i.'-.1 i Groceries, Hardware, Confectioaeries .PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Years Old. Chevron Outing at t4 One lot Dainisk Table Linen at 24c worth 40c. CO flannel skirt n litems atmc worth Ji.cn. 24 Jersey I'lannel skirts at 75c worth ?i.jc.. A big line of French Outing cloths at 8, 19, 12c. 10c. li! " " " i.4u 15 " 10-- 4 2.2t ' 10-- 4 " 12 "" 3- 1.79 All wool heavy lllankcts nt 2.50 and upwards. IcpsTwIllid Towllng atfl worth 10-- 4 DR. D. REA, "..i...s '' Celebrated Specialist, And In chnrgp o( tho Electrical nnd Sur-giu-il Department o tho Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., will bo nt tho CLOVERPORT HOTEL, worth 20 cents. OUR GREATEST BARGAIN. One lot Ladles and Misses Jcrscjs, sizes 31 to 30 at 25c, worth 75, i.co and ii.ro. 500 pair Fast lllack llosc at 8 worth i2 50 patterns French l'lnid, all wool, no two alike at 60c per J d worth cents. Sce'the-sgoods Ifjou w.jnt a nltc and itIWi Cloverport, Ky., Leading Brands, of Tobacco and Cigars. Legitimate Orders accompanied by the Cah will receive prompt attention. dress. , Monday, Oct. 12. 91 And llotiirii I2vcry four Week Uurlnir tlio 1'ciir. Dr. Ilea has been connected with the largest hospitals In the country, and has no superior in diagnosing and treating diseases and deformities, lie will give 150 for any case that he cannot tell the disease and where located In five minutes. 2Cdoz. corsets white and black at 75c. orth i. hancy colored h utdkerchiefs at 4, e, nndSiMC. Don't buy at oilier stores,. stliMitutts lor what jou tee advertised at OHO. VHAKKI. CO. HARDINSBURG-- , : : BOOTS AND SHOES. 1 KY. lot mens boots nos. 6 & 7 at i 2j worth 2.25 An extra nil leather heavy boot o to 10 f 1.49 Our Onin' Iloj s Hoots no 3. J, at i lit worth 1.49 Sec our brand "All Might" brogans at oSc worth Treats all Cuntblo Medical nnd 8urgical L. S, .V Co., gl iec calf shoe, the bcilt shoe In the market, $1.7$. Iluell A; Sons tine shoes and boots all grades at lowest prices. Lady's calf shoe, buckskin lined, button or front lace, I1.24 worth an) where else f 1.75. All our lace-- shoes which were sold at $1.2$ now go at i,2o Wono 1.25. 160 Acre Tract Diseases, Acuto nnd CHRONIC CATARRH, Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, nnd Lungs, Dyspepsia, Rright's Disease, Diabetes, Kidneys. Liver, Bladder, Chronic Femalo and Sexual Diseases. llc) unlliicd shoes 74cts. WHITES HAS LED EVERY BOTTLE PRErARED FY CREAM VERMIFUGE 6MMHTEED OR CLOTHING, In thisdepirtmcnt we cxcjel all our previous eflorts. We have nil of the novelties in fine worsted black cheviots, dlagiionalti, Harrison 'enssimcrcs, imported cassimeres 75 Suits assorted pitterns, well made, fjo8. These goods are worth anywhere n to fS ; sec 7 them 40 pair Gents' Pants, shaded, at i w ere sold at EPILEPSY OR A FITS ClfllED ! y. Positive Guarantee. Middle-Age- d AIL WORM REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS SOLD Young and Men r) EVERYWHERE. One Lot with Large , baccoWarehouse on it u& Ovcrcoitsin L'rcat varletv: Our prices are the very lowest Please call and see us Geo. Yeakeli & Co., Suffering from Spermatorrhea and linpotency as the result of self abuse In youth or excess In cars and other causes, producing some of the following effects: as emissions, blotches, debility, nervousness, dizziness, confusion of ideas, aversion to society, defcctUe memory nnd sexual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for business or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. RICHARBSOH-TAYt- MED. CO. ST.LOUISWO. Evhar WATERPROOF COLLAR on CUFF BRANDENBURG, KY., Blood & Skin Diseases BE UP TO THE MARK KTot to SpUt! isrot to Pifiiooioiyf BEARS THIS MARK. THAT CAN BE RELIED ON One House and Lot To Advertisers If you wisb and need Instruction, send one dollar for our "Book for Advertlsors." A little study of that book will enable yon to decide what you ought to do, and give an Idea of the probable cost. OI to aqvertise If you instruct uy Mr. J. II. Ilunsche, tho Foreman oi 11). our Tailoring Department will visit Clo- ofunimproved property lying within tho corporate limits of Cloverport. Don't storm tho system as you would a verport, every Friday of each week. He will carry with him a full lino of Samples Terms reasonable. Call on tho fort. If held by tho enemy, constipation, gently persuade it to surrender with representing our Stock of Piece Goods, undersigned in Cloverport. which comprises all tho desirable StandJ)o Witt's Littlo Early Itinera. Theso litard and FuncyStyloB introduced this bea-sotle pills aro wonderful convinced). Sold Ho will be pleased to meet you nt by G. W. Short. above placo and dale and receive your T, N. WARFIELD, Dec, Young Men u Authors. odrer. Respectfully, Keats was dead "when just a littlo over S. L. Sui.ZKr. his twenty-fift- h year. Shelley wrote "Queen Mnb" nt twenty, and tho Also for salo ono D oWitt's Sarsapnrilla destroys such Unbound" nnd tho "Odo to tho WesF Wiud" at twenty-six- . Byron poisons as scrofula, skin disease, eczema startled the town with "English Bards rheumatism. Its timely uso saves many arm bcotch Hoviowers" at twenty-onlives. Sold by G. W. Short. in Stephensport. nnd at twenty-fou- r "woko up nnd found himself famous" by tho publication of "Childo Harold." Burns was but twenty-sevewhon ho was tho lion of tho season in Edinburgh. Campbell published his "Pleasures of Hope" nt of good land on Bull Creek, near twenty-two- . Chatterton was not eightiTolm Ahl's, with improvements. een when ho finished his life's work. Tho great Shakespeare himself was famous whon littlo moro than a youth, and tho Had tho DeIrcd Effect! II Camioi.ltov, droen Co.. 1IL, Not., "88. samo is truo of tho Shakespearo of France, highly recommend l'ftstor Xoenlg's Nerve I Victor Hugo; and Goethe, by tho bye, Touio to anybody that hai suffered from hood. vtna Known to nil Europe at twenty-fouaolio ai my son did for S yean, became two bot- Scott, on tho other hand, was more tlog of tho medicine cured him. M. JXcTIGUK. of good land, very well improved, leisurely. Ho mado no serious effort as Washington, D. 0 March 0, iwi. near Cloverport, on tho Patcuvillo Tor 8 year I bod fueling! that I can hardly an author till ho was ovor thirty, and ho describe. I would eel at tlmei that I was sure- road. was over forty when "Waverloy" was haro presentiments thing given to the world; and Thackeray also ly dying, oru about to happen;that sometaking dreadful Unoe was verginglm two score beforo "Vanity I'astor Koonlg's Nerve Tonio I have felt like a different person. It Is a wonderful medicine. Fair" established his reputation. Gillie ' n. Tho Executive Committee of the v Republican League has been ed to meet in Now York, November Xa-tion- Sulzer's Tailoring Department. call- A Tract of 10 Acres,' to place a certain amount of advertising for you in the way we think wlu do you thomoet good, you Buould Bend an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and mako ouiutuiu uratuKcracnis ror payment. Your order will then recolvo all the attention that it requires. Syphilis and complications, as sore throat, falling of hair, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc., are perfectly eradicated without using mercury o other Injurious drugs. fjonnrrohca, Gleet, Stricture and nil Urinary and Kidney troubles arc speedily cured by treatment that has never failed. He undertakes no Incurable cases, but cures thousands given, up to die. Itemcinucr the date and come early, as his rooms are crowded wherever he stops. Consultation free. Correspondence solicited and confidential. ADDItBSS, , TRADE LluloiD Mark. NEEDS NO LAUNDERINO.-vOA- N NK WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. Medical & SuitcncAi. Institute, No. 309 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. Ask my agent for Y. I.. Dauslns Rimes, for mile lu your place null 5 r not to cnd for cnfnlosue, secure uur enler thr agency, ami irrt I lie in lor you. THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D COLLAR IN THE tyARKET. WATERPROOP If you wisb ai? advertirrjept RTTAKE NO HUII8T1TUTK.-J- U F. PEAIZE, Adm'r, prepared and a plan of advertising marked out ; to be told what papers you should use, and what tho cost will be, wo will furnish the advertisement and tho plan either or both, and subml t them for your consideration, togctuotvwlth our bill for the service. LATE ALEXANDEll'S sIsssV'1 !l WIILILAMm HOTEL, , VP'Jptt'isCf N'lt J4ssMsx I fdh -- THOROUGHLY Cor. Tro-xnethe- For preparing advertisements, House and Lot 95 Acres e, electrotypes and estimates tho advertiser pays us. For tho expense of placing advertisements and watch- ing the fulfillment of contracts we aro paid by a commission allowed by the publisher of the paper In which tho advertisement appears. w s. THE FoR.'tfltnM3KE' mmaJi. .rfir.l "V Jsik l, VjJUUUUWnsHHsasHHBIasMilsHKL "" If you want to learn n fcliilES I'niNTKns' Ink regularly, carefully, studiously; Issued weekly, t3a year. 1amj. .. it trnii vta.. n AnmnlAlA all nowspapers, send $5 for tho American Newspaper Directory. For any further Information address all the Ins and outs of advortlslntr without any cost or trouble,, read .. 97 Acres GEO. P. ROWKLL fr Newspaper Advertising 10 SPMJCEST., NEW YORK. C., Bureau, r. K- - Mita. AONK8 BUKA. 60 Acres t ft Wo cannot nflbrd to deceive you, Confi-denc- o is begotten by honesty. Do Witt's Littlo Early llisore ant pills that will euro constipation nnd sick headache. Sold by O. W. Short. Ky., March 3, 1891. have taken Pastor Koenlg'i Tonio foreid-leps- y of 3 years' standing, and It worked like charm on me, after several doctors did me no good. Your medicine Is perfection. lu O. VAN CLKAVE. . Louktto, with improvements in Hancock bounty, two miles from Cloverpofrt, 6n tho Patesvillo road. reasonable. Must sell to pay debts. Call and boo mo. Br-Tcrm- POIl BAliEBY BOWMER. &, sowed shoes costing from Sl.U) to fS-0CCK OOdenuluu Hand-sowe- d, tho finest calf shoe ever offered for 3uj equals French imported shoes which cost from $3.01 to $UUO. Hhoe, fine calf, A A OO stylish, comfortable and durable. The best shoo ever offered at this price 1 same grade as custom made shoes coating from tWJO to tuu. HI1001 farmers. Itallroad Men SO 30 1'ollco Carriersall wear themi fine calf, 4s and Letter seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten. sion edge. Ono pair will wear ayear. II 110 cnlfi no better shoo ever offcred at this prico 1 one trial will 0fas til a shoo for comfort and convince those who want service. Workliniiiiiui'a tSO '!& and 8'J.OO nnd durable. Those shoes are very strong who iiuvo given incm a iriai win wear uo otner make. uu er) worn 111111 bi. 7a scnooi shoes aro brlhri lin.r,rvwhir,! thnvull nn their merits, as the lncrratlug sales show. shoe, best d I arllsass 8H.00 Ilnud-aene-stylish) equaUFrench Dongola. very imported shoes eostlngfrom tlJJU to asm l.rtdlca 'J, 30, 8 J. 00 iiikI 81,73 shoe for Misses are the best fine Uongota. stylish aud durable., ('itutlon, bee that W. U Uocglas' name and price aro stamped on the bottom of each shoe. W. I. DOUULAS, Orocktou, Mass. It is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt the recti made of the best fine calf, stylish and easy, and lecaute iw make more thote olhli grade than any other viaimfacturcr. It equals baud, W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE cen?eWn EST 8 O E B H IN THE WORLD FOR THE HONEY WHY IS THE " Bates $2.50 Per Day. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Hoiis- e ' LOUISVILLE, KY. W, E, LOGAN. Manairer ' A. VV. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Ma.sl.nll, Clerks, RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. W. Oarlrh. . 0. H. Pomphhw, Brockenri.lgB-C- o f PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS BUTTER AND CASLER tc PUMPHREY, EGGS A SPECIALTY. PJ !" 230 Second Street, between Main and Market TolephonoO, Ring 4. LOUISVILLE, KY. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS A Ala LIIE. CO (L. B. A ST. L. R. n.) BANK OP SHORTESY, QUICKEST V AND BEST LINE TO AND ALL POINTS Boy HA&piNSBURG Capital Stook $25,000, baUIC St. I,ouis, Evansville South-West. West and Time-Car- HAMBLETON CLOVERPORT' Ktf. d in Effect ht, 16 i B. P. BEARD, PreBlJent,' WILL MILLER, nt Large English walnut shojls aro mounted with hinges and used as ornamental cw finings, joyela nod miniature articles tor. presents. After full ly T.i, meal, use for a good Valuable Hook an Nervosa seat tree io any aaareas. immii natlaata ein also obtain uiecllcJue tVo of chumo. TDI remedy has been prepared by the Reverend Pastor Koenhr. or Fort Wayne. Ind. since iWfl. ana Is now prepared nndsrnls direction by the FREE1 5sM . K79BflsvvsBs' I Kr'.Mver Ponder. PrJro top. KOCNIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. SokltryDrarelsUatSlperBotUa. 8fcr& Largo Slie.Hl.75. 6 Kettles for 9. F. FRAIZE, OLOVERPORT, KY CSpv Pi ysfSJSMSMSSs-- P ' KV DoWitt's Investigate their merits. Littlo Early Risers don't gripe, cnuso nausea or pain, which accounts for tholr J0S.S.ODI0RNE, Qen'l P.i. Ag't, Loaurllle, Kj. popularity, G. W. .Short says thoy B. L. BRYANT, would not run n drug storo without theso ttlo pills. Trr. Ptiig'r Ag't, LonliTllle, Ky Lv. Loolivllle 8:45 a.m...9i00 p.m. ,.4:10 p.m. Arr St. LouU 7i45 " ...7:2S Kmn.Tllle 2:26 9iS0 p.m. For farther Information, cs.ll on or addren, M. U, BEARD, Cashier, O.W. BEARD MORRIS BSKRIDQK II. M. JOLLY. J INTEREST 1 . , J)ctor A paid ON TIME EPGSIT 1 - i -- -