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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1891. A Small Piece of Business. According to the Mnysvlllo Commonweal, Gov. Buckner, tho delegato from Ifnrt to tho Constitutional Convention, not only drew mileage for two round trips, $82.80, but tho $25 allowed each member for stationary and adds that this delegate, too. it should be borne in mind was holding two offices at the same time; Wits drawing a salary of $.",000 a year as Governor and a Ntlary of $" a day as Constitutional delegate ; was furnished a house to live in and did not have n mile to trawl to g t to his post. "There in no evidenco that Gov IJtirkner tniwlid onejoot of the road he claimed mill age upon, as ho did not live in Unit county, and this momy was drawn from the treasury without any moral right, what-ve- r the Ifjuil right mav have been, lie iih paid in one year$."i,000 ns Governor mil $1.01.1 as ite, all of w'hieh was clear profit, as the state paid his living xpenses and jet though a very rich man ho seems to have grabbed the perquisites with as much avidity as the poorest and most dishonestly inclined delegato in the Convention. It was a very small piece of business, about on a par with tho omnibus episode at Gov. Brown's inauguration. No wonder Gov. Buckner vct9 tho bill of the last Legislature lowering tlio fax rate." di-leIFop-kinsvil- To Improve Tour Stir yourself. Stir your help. tk your lutloniirs through ihopm, vertising columns of this Don't let tip, but keep everlasting ' Mini tt VOL' XVI. t- NO. 13. "'BaBsHHvisHaaHssHHsssHaaMSMiiwaaHSiSBM The Divine Sara Behind the Scenes. Tlio Louisville Post gi ves tho following account of ono of Sara's tnntrutnR behind tlio scenes : "Virgil'H fainlllnr lino "Dux fumina facti" tersely pictures the sceno behind the scenes after the second net of "Lu Tobca" nt the Auditorium Inst night. vVinid nil tho turmoil and btwtlc on tho, stage after tho curtain fell on the 's climax of tlio second tableaux Of great tragedy, when n hundred stage hands wero burning tills way mid that, when the ponderous scenery Sereeched and creaknl iih it. was rolled into position ; when fir(y actors liurriet1 to uml fro and stage managers, properly men and masters of "supes" yelled theii commands in English, French audetirsof one supreme presence permitted tht bedlam and made itself verpowerftill. felt above tile htMle and noise of Hie pandemonium. It was the Bernhardt. Madam stood at the center of the stage unmoVed by tho tottering masses of wood, iron and canvass that threatened to overwhelm her petite form at every movement and moment. Her lithe figure was drawn to its full height; her graceful head was thrown back; her chin was elevated until the cords and veins of her beautiful neck threatened lo burst with tho tension ; her auburn tresses were disheveled and tio vagrant locks fell in wild caresses "upon her suffused brow' ; her eyes flashed tho fire of hades, and her pretty lips poured forth volloy after volley of tumultuous execrations. Madam was mad. Mad doesn't express it. Madam was furious terribly, awfulUgh ly. Bemhoardly furious. Ifer bosom heaved, her frame trembled, her eyes batted and stared and glared ; Iter arms waved with tlio rampant passion tlat tore her senses with domontic fury, ft was a pantomime hell itself could scarcely produce, and it sent shivering chills through tho marrow of every boul within its awful spell. Ono patient soul encased in an uneasy dress suit and the personality of Monsieur IJasoque, the stage manager, stood tho brunt of tho whole tirade, while Detective Bill who stood guard over Madam's treasures in tho right wing, remarked to Detectivo Ben Fow his companion in espionage : when she's mad?" "Ain't sho n holl-cTHE CAUSE OF IT- Tho scenery had been set four feet further back from the footlights than Madame had been accustomed to, and tho great actress felt that sho was in con" sequence not thoroughly en rapport with row, w hich had not the seventy-sevent- h properly enthused nt Madamors thrilling climax at tbe end of tho first act. Only this and nothing moro whatever." Sou-don1 at . - y ' , . vv v . TO GRIND :Durham - FOE A GOOD SMOKE ASK FOR THE Cisrar:- , IT EQUALS 1 CUSTOM As WHEAT Ssss p I' ? ,' it is our special desire to -- : GREAT please llio fnrmorH, we now nflcr to Bi f grind ' J and ONLY:- - Custom Wheat on every lmMliHliMIB! jmmr mm r&u -- lOCENTJ CIGAR IN ' i" FridayftDSaturday In each week fn lots not less than We will tako one-sixt- e yHm m THE MARKET. six bushels. for toll h and give all the Flour tho wheat makes after the toll is taken out. On any other day we will have to exchange flour for wheat. Kentuckian. Tho annoyance occasioned by the continual crying of tho baby, at onco ceases when tho cause is promptly removed by Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. Ono of tho most popular household remedies is Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. Price only 23 cents. CIGAR' - imMjjEA-.m- mat i.i i U wtwimn t st irwr f f - TELLS- - IB"3Z $ Believing that this plan will suit tho people, wo hopo to receive the. 'J, And Ours Too. "That is our religion," said Mrs. Hai- patronage of all.. ti ngton Booth, of tho Salvation Army, HETTERMANN 801 & 803 W. MAIN STREET, IRVINGTQN MILLING CO., IRVINGTON, KY. ' j 1 l" r. Lamps, Stove Pipe, STOVE BLACKING How to save money can bo told by calling on tho cheapest house in tho world. Just notice some of the articles I offer for Low Pricos I've been a sufferer from rheumatism and can furnish anything in tho for years and have been unable to obtain Hardware or Stove lino. any relief at all. Salvation Oil gavo me entire relief and I heartly recommend Baltimore, Md. it severe cough cured by Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for 25 cents. Try it. it. Hkniiy Wj.nkel, tlio other evening about her work among tho inmates of the slums nnd dives, "to take tlio spirit of Christ among them, to livo his life as they could livo it had they accepted him, and do in tho flesh what preaching, tracts, and Bible cannot do among these people." It is n fino idcnl thnt Mrs. Booth sets hero for would-bhelpers of tlio poor and tho abandoned and fortunately it fs not wholly impracticable.. -- "Tho little day of ton-ceGospels and Biblo has gone," to quote her own expression. Preaching also has become n vain thing. But tho personal influence for good of ono human being on another is far reaching and incalculable, whether it bo duo to somo subtle hypnotic influence or to the divine power of sympathy, and inspires many an outcast with renewed who is only demoralized by charitable societies and unmoved by the mechanical ministry of tho churches o self-respe- L. E. SHANNON, Gen. The Fable of Enterprise. rosy-cheeke- d Traveling Agt. & LOUISVILLE, KY. "We Louisville, St Louis Texas R.R. Co. are now closing out our line of N. Y.Sun.' THE CAUSE. It is no doubt tho correct thing to treat tho symptoms of a disease, but this is not effective unless tho cause of tho complaint is removed. For instance a fever may bo treated with quinine, etc, but unless the cause is removed tho r will Biirely return. Again, tlio sores fev-o- What so wonderful, as f r , - nal organs. Swift's Specific strikes nt tho cause of tho trouble, and forces out tho germs of disease, and tho poison My lino is tho most complete, through tho pores of tho skin, at tho samo timo builds up tho general health and for less monoy than any in legislature. Mississippi elects thrco railwuy com- of the sufferer, Swift's Specific is n purethis section ly vegetnblo remedy, and is harmless to missioners and Legislature MOHA- INebraska elects Associate Justices of tho most delicate, yet it never fails to Don't go in tho house and sit down the Supromo Court and two Regents of eliminato tho poison from tho human body. AVo will mail a valuablo book to until fyou get' to tho house. Detroit Drum Stoves, Coal Heating tho State University. Now Jcrsoy elects part of its Legisla- all who will send for it. Stoves, Coal and Wood Cooking Frco i'ress. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. ture. up. Stoves from 87-0- 0 A Child Killed. Now York elects State oillcers, Legis'Another child killed by tho uso of opilature, ten Supreme Court Justices nnd Good Advice from Two Different ates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. Itepresontatlvo in tlio Tenth CongresSources. sional district. ''Wait on the Lord and keep His way, Why mothers givo their children such Mantles any Bize and price. Ohio elects Stato officers, Legislature, atid Ho shall exalt thee to inherit tlio deadly poison is surprising when they can reliovo tho child of its peculiar trouand votes on amendment to constitution land." providing for uniform taxation. "Watch your hat and overcoat ; tho bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. My lino is complete, and will sell Pennsylvania olects Treasurer and At- proprietor is not responsible for them." It contains no opium or morphine. Sold class Doublo Barrel torney General and votes on constituTheso nro tho inscriptions on two pla- byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and cheap. First tional convention and elects delegates to cards that hang near cacti other on tho Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Breechloader at $14. same. walls of a Chestnut street lunch house. Tho applo crop in Virginia is said to Loaddd shells any size, cartridges Virginia elects half its Legislature. Philadelphia Record. bo tlio best every seen in that stato. The all kinds. pippin is tho leading applo there and (Modern Miracles THE f To rid tho human body of tho sells from $2.50 to $3 per barrel. A kinder for breath was distressed, TRUE poison of disease, is to elimiAnd the doctqrs all said she must Vest, WAY nato it through tho pores of If "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," is But the took G. M. D skin. S. S. S. not only does this, but it not tlio best remedy you havo ovor used All kinds and prices. Fire Brick For her weak lungs, ou sec, And now she can sing with the best, forces out also the germs which make for Coughs and Colds your monoy will Fluo Tilcing. ,An uthelcte gave out, on a run, tho poison, nnd builds up tho general bo refunded. Short & Hayncs. And he feared his career was quite done; health nt tho samo time. Do not take G, M. D. pray observe. From prcsont indications Malaria will nny imitations or substitutes, for 87875. be driven into tho Gulf of Mexico by tho Gave back his lost nerve, Tinware, Stoves, Wash Kettles, And now he can lift half a ton. for you will bo disappointed. There is Great Conqueror "C. C. C. Certain Chill A writer, who wrote foru prize, only ono Swift's Specific, and there is Cure." Sold by Short & Hayncs. Skillets and Lids., Bolts, Hinges, Hud headaches and pain In the eyes ; nothing liko it. Door Locks, Cross Cut Saws. Axes G. M. U. was the spill A $03,000 statue is to bo erected in All of which I will Mrs. E. J. Bowel), No. 11 Qutncy St. That made him quite well, Dog Irons. Chicago tolbe motnory of tho Into John And glory before hi (it now lies- Medford, Mass., says thnt her mother sell at Rock Bottom Prices. Theso tiro only examples of tho daily has been cured of Scrofula by tho uso of A. Logan. triumphs of Dr. Picrco'B Golden Med four bottles of S. S. S. after .having had DoWitt's Sarsaparilla destroys such in restoring health nnd much other treatment nnd being reduced poisons as scrofula, skin disease, eczema Sold by nil to quito a low condition of health, as it rheumatism. reviving wasted vitality, Its timely uso saves many druggist. was thought bIio could not livo. lives. Sold by G. W. Short. KY CLOVERPORT, Treatibo on Blood nnd Skin diseases Tho total number of pensions granted mailed frco. n'VflflrM cures JAve Complaint, ltninum Affection and for Soptomber was 27,044, on which tho Coitlventt .' At dracglsts. Price 83 eta. SWIFf SPECIFIC CO,, Atlanta, Ga. NOTICE, FRUIT GROWERS! first payments: aggregated $4,072,470, The kind that don't take any work to make it shine. and eruptions of Scrofula may be healed November Elections. I am selling the cheapest stoves by mercury and potash treatment' but - Following is the list of State elections on earth. J. L. Miller. unless tho cause of theso symptoms is to be held November 3d proximo : I have the nicest and cheapest Iown elects State oillcers nnd Legisla- cleansed from tho system, they will return or attack somo of the delicate interlino of Heating Stoves on earth. ture. COOKING STOVES Maryland elects State officers and Legislature, and votes on six constitutional amendments. Massachusetts elects State officers and Wood Heating Stoves, A ripo Apple, beautiful, and sweet, was enjoying itself by chair7JSTO. ing its neighbor on tlio adjoing bough, who was green and sour and homely. Tiiiiing r.rrcct "There's nothing liko being on tho ground early in this business," said tho At 5;00 o'clck A. M. Wednesday July 29. '91 "Everybody ripe Applo vauntingly. Wm Hound Traini Eatt Bound Train. passing this way admires Mo and stops 51 62 fi3 54 red and ripe to look at Me, because I am Mull & Mall & Kxpr's Kxpr's STATIONS Expr's Expr. and lovely to look upont while you are Dally Dally bard and green nnd are not in it at all Dally Pally 9 05pn with mo. What are you so slow about ? 62rpm SU'iun Iv.Un'n Dp'U.ar 12 05 60 8 20 860 am rwcmucKy si. 9 00 West Point 12 10pm 810 Why don't you braco up and get somo 720 12 07pm 807 7 903 Howard a 7 21 color in your checks ? There comes au Hock lhnen 918 llWun 754 7 47 9 2it Long llnuicli 1143 wholo crowd of people now. See them 7 47 7 37 935 767 llranu'cnlmri; 1133 7 32 8 01 Mcatlc Springs 1128 933 looking at me." 08 1123 720 Kkron 941 8 The poor, green Apple had nothing to 8 17 1114 Gustnn 962 717 6 57 1001 1105 8 20 IrvliiKton say, and was disposed to bowail its un10 65 6 48 1010 8I Webster 1048 039 I.odlburg lucky fortune However, just ns it was 8 4.1 1018 We 102(1 1037 631 1'fcrce 852 feeling worst because of its lack of enter10 3J 10 33 8 5' 626 Sumple 1041 619 Stcphcnsport 1020 9W prise a wind arose, and blowing briskly 912 1045 1022 Atlrilfcon 614 1019 611 Holt through tho tree on which both apples 9111 10 43 1006 931 1102 Cloverport 567 bung, tho ripo ono lost its bold on tho 9 33 10 01 1107 Shops 662 9 47 1118 5 41 Sklllinan 9.50 stem nnd went tumbling to tho earth. mm 9 38 1127 531 lluwesville 1134 929 522 Petrle In half a minute moro four small boys 1010 1141 HI 16 9 24 516 Falcon had climbed the fenco and wero looking 10 20 1145 Cayce 920 512 11 62-Lewfiport 913 1027 506 for tho ripo Applo in tho grass. 10 41 12 10pm 4 49 865 Powers 1223 8 42 to 10 M Pates 437 green oiio was nn Tho 11 OS 1232 833 Owensboro 428 tlio entire affair. 4 1', 1243 819 1120 Mattlnt'ly 810 Stanliy 406 "All, there, ripey, old chap," it called 1129 1252 1133 102 800 348 Worthinijton Spottsvillc 118 742 3 41 out as its lato companion lay quaking in 1153 12 05pm 12(5 7 34 llaskctts 333 . its skin, "what do you think by this 1220im 1 40pm ar.liendcs'n-l720am 3 20pm timo of being on tho ground catly ?' But the ripo apple wns speechless with Loufsvl'Ie,HardinsbLifg Sl Western R, R, fear. TIME SCHEDULE 18. lUlHfBR MID below cost. All things go cheap for cash, nnd especially our - SUMMER LAWNS AND 1 GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. We must close them out by fall to give room for our NEXW STOGK OK GOODS. We have on hand also, a splendid lino of expect to handle a lino of goods this fall that cannot be surpassed. Drugs and Patent Medicines. Come in and givo us a trial, nnd get a bargain in something you need before this opportunity is gone Respectfully, eye-witne- WITT MEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. No. 2 TIME TABLE. TAKING JULY 29, 1891. COAL. GRATES -- West Hound Trains Kast Hound Trains Dally Dally Dally Dally ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS. ex Sun, ex Sun No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 1130un I.v Irylnptun Ar 9 45am 1210pm 1225 12 45 118 132 153 205 2 SOpin 315 327 3 37 352 4 30pm ArFordsvillel.v I turned IIjrdiusbtiriT Kirk Jolly Glcndeane Dempster ar Pallsitoughlv ltockvale Ituth Atkins Oaks UUI1ICIU 831 810 7 45 7 09 6 53 621 6 09 5 31am 465 4 44 436 415 4 00am m urAimMf5 I eg xn t PUMPS GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices cau uo iounu at HARDWARE - Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich !gan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Fine & Poplar Shingles al- Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring ways kept on band, Orders accompanied by cash promptly filled. J. L. MILLER, Wo carry a largo assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below wo quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, $G.50, $7.50, $9.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75o, 90o and 1.00. Saddles, 81.75 $2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 1.50, 5.00, 87.00 and 810.00. We carry a lino of Rubbor Goods, such as Horso Covers. Rtnrm Anrnna j very low prices. Wo carry a line of Novelties, suoh as Tail Tics The I'qtawoll Wool .Flumes and Tail Trotectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We havo a largo lino of Collars, Hames and Chains. T.n:a HAnilt oJti;v;uiiiiirw I J Make, your orJors by the lit of Ootober and we will furnish you any kind of 'Severn, l Mr. C. P. Babbago will bo found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examine our stock. C J lift ) KM fo.vv, u.uw, flfl t.w, t.uu, j si RM ' 3D- outpaln. VRTJIT TRBlBJS, We Can Ad So Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for SHRU13S Sea. it has boon fully demonstrated to tho ZACK. GREEN, AVo positively people of this country that it is superior guaranteo. Lightning Manager Mardlmburg Nurs'ry. to nil other preparations for blood dis- Hot Drops to euro flux, dysentery, IUnOINSDURQ, KY. ulvw Imrtaiit relief am) is un Infallible Cure for 1'llM. I'riccJLIIy Druinrbitaornmll. SamnUM f Aildrcw"AA AKBlS," hox jHia, New York City, f AlfAKBSIS Tho Methodist Equmonical Council which has been sitting in Washington for twelve days, hag adjourned sine die. KCuEBUEiarOJiT. The Pharisee. lo put a dollar on tho plate, Then sorrow sedmed to sorely gnaw him, He meant to maku a big display, IJut no one In the chtipcl saw him. -- N,Y. Sun. I andWhls' lyJtWW cured tJMnawUfe. A pamphlet of Information aiKab- ABtlVtU M1V lH0t.UUTinK J1QW OJi suuiaiu i.aT"His. 'inute PILES rt. eases. It is n positive euro for Byphilltlc poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimples. It purifies the wholo system nnd thoroughly builds up tfiq constitution. For Sale, by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. diarrheao, cramps, cholera infantum, and all pains, external or Intend. Will refund tho money in every caso thnt relief is not given when used according to directions. Can anvthinir bo fairer ? ' 2."i and f0 cents, For salo by nil druggist. Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Burns, Scalds, Sores, Backache, &o. Relieves quickly Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, OIL SALVATIONdrugtlitt.) ty all let oiy 25 ants. Pr Sold s,uus., wopjrwnu, nr.i irte. .ktinu MUNN A ICO., vllul IJrondwsjr, new ll.M.W Vv Atlanta, Ua. Omcolll mLfMr.n. tlculars vrit.r. Altera full meal, uso foriiKOod di- gcutor, Kress'J.lvcr Powder, Prlco 60c. Ronow your subscripitort" iiojv, 1 you can't Bond a dollar for a ymt sent) ..J If nt noon ove, or night yonr bourn are CO cts. for mjc months or rP cents foi sore and aching, and yon feci the ehttk thrco months. aro Into you creeping, oall on yor m Yucatan Chill Tonic is rapidly making 8it for a bottle of Yucatan Chill TmtU frl ends where alonlcls needed. Price fiOo. J Price r(V. For me by At It. FWwh-- . KENTUCKY'S WE MEAN BUSINESS. Wo lmvo built up a business in Louisville, that is ilief prido of ovory Kcntuckian's heart. Wo lmvo reduced, tlio prico of clothing fifty per cent, since we opened our store and flung out our biftuier of low prices. Gallant Kentucky i A LEADING :. CLOTHIERS. THIS EARTH :3 Most Magnfflclent Store In We Have Got Them on the Run Nothing can stand before our Magnificent New Goods and Marvelous Prices. i. E: LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST STOCK OF CLOTHING ON the United States, & larmors anil planters and tobacco growers and Gentlemen of leisure who appreciate fine clothing have rallied around address on a postal card and wo will until you free that banner and held up our hands until wo arc able to car a handsomely Illustratry a stock ten times larger than that of any other Kentucky ed catalogue containing lioueo. llns season our Btock is greater than ever. Come prices and description of Clothing. Hats, Shoes and sec us or write for catalogue. and Furnishings. SUPERB DISPLAY OF MENS FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS FURNISHINGS. AND Send us you nnmo nnil LOWEST PRICES EVER WE WAN'T YOUR TRADE. UNEQUALED OF BOYS EXHIBIT AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING SHOES AND HATS AND FURNISHINGS. you Suits in tho latest styles and most durablo fabrics for $8, $10, $12, $15 and $18 which other houses demand double tho prico for. Wo offer elegant Overcoats at $4.98, $G, $8, $10, $12, d $15 which cannot bo duplicated by other houses for To got it wo offer High Prices and timliardos must go thorn ; ! Sua thorn and you will want prico thorn and you are suro to buy them I one-thir- fN THE STATE Before you buy your more monoy. Fall and Winter apparel We offer Boy's Suits at $4, $5, $0, and $7, and Child-fen- 's call and see our beautiful Suits at $1.49, .$1.79, $1.98, 2.50, $3.00 and $4.00 Btock or send for catalogue und get our prices, half the price other houses'chargo. which are from 25 to 50 Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Underwear and ovor-thin- g per cent, lower than of that Men, Boys' and Children wear at fearfully low fered by any other house prices. Call or write for catalogue in Kentucky. IV Fine goods bought low can bo sold cheap, and wo will do it. Our Btock hal been bought at a bargain and shall, be great fall and winter ! .' sold at a bargain. . . v KleinknS & $taoii$oii Market St. between Fourth and Fifth. 'S FALL CLOTHING f mm Breckenridge News, T LOUISVILLE, KY. KleiDM&ponson COMPANY. she N CLOTHING - Tlio manufacturers have tried themselves this season and have produced many wonderful and beautiful novelties in Dress Fabrics. Wo havo secured a choice selection of all the high grades, as well as the medium-pric- o novelties, which a careful inspection will prove to you I WE WANT YOUR TRADE! 'f' The Oweii8boro and Falls of Bough HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT. Itailroad has been sold to Illinois parties. Tho sale was made by M. V. Monarch, WEDNESDAY,' OCTOBER 28, 1891. Editor ono of the principal owners. Tho new V. U.UAUItAttE company assumes all of the bonds, mortJNO..D. A VIKGIL G. nAlHlAGK, Editors and L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. gages and 70 per cent, of the stock, Mr. PrP'to. OOINO WfST. lJM?tv)i .Monarch retaining 30 per cent, and will Passenger Dally orr. Ilardlnaburg..l2:05 p.m. OOINO KA8T. SSfftfr. AcT. I.ocul Time Cnrd. bo president for three years. Passenger Dally arr. llardlnsburg.. 8:55 a.m. a.m. .10.05 3i ail and Express going East. Tin: new jail at Hanlinsburg cost the .11.07 a.m. " " West Dr. Ed. Hayes is in the city. , 5.58 p.m. people of tho county $11,000, but the ' East (Express it 9 27 p.m. building is a handsomo structure, and as West Court will probably wind up this week ,,'l!6eal Freight 11.19 a.m. East substantial as any in the state. HunWest -- 10.05 a.m. John Hensley went to Louisville last dreds of people visited it dining Circuit Sunday. Court, and went away well pleased with - Skcketaiiy 1ms returned to lllainc Tho city council will meet next, Tuestho work. The commissioners have not Washington. in seeing that day night. been careless in their duty It will certainly rain when this dry McDonald Bros., complied with their It is rumored at Frankfort that State agreement to mako the building first-cla- spell is over. Treasurer Hale will resign his oflicc. in all of il .appointments. The All kinds of jewelry of the best quality County Court of Claims did n credible at T. C. Ixjwis beThe "three wise men in tho law" act when they ordered the new jail put Mr. James K. Stone, Louisville, was in gan their work of revising the statutes at up. the city last week. jFrankfort yesterday. Will Hardin's new house is beginning The vitrified brick works are proving to loom up in tho east end. OwE.vsnono's theatre recently destroya benefit to this town. They arc working ed by fire, is to bo rebuilt and ready for a Sewing machine needles, shuttles, belts number of hands daily and the brick occupancy by January 1. out aro proving a success. Not rubbers, etc., at T. C. Lewis'. turned Hensley, Jolly & De.Icrnetto have a only this, but more orders arc coming in Attorney General Hendricks lias de- than the company can fill, and our largo supply of drum stoves. cided that twelve members .constitute town's name Is going abroad in the land. All kinds of repairs of watches, clocks, the grand juryundcr tho new Constitu- One species of good works begets anoth- jewelry, etc., at T. C. Lewis'. tion. er and it will not bo many months until If you want a nice parlor stove call on tho success of tho Vitrified Brick plant Hensley, Jolly & DeJernetto. Democrats of New York are confident will call for something elbo of a public Mrs. Clara Beard has been visiting in that Flower, the Democratic candidate character. Tho bulk of tho money for for Governor, will be elected by a deci- this plant was furnished by our own citi- in the country the past two weeks. Miss Lizzio Satterfield, Cloverport, is sive majority. zens and it is gratifying to know that it in the city visiting Miss Cora Smith. is bound to succeed. What shall we Miss Jennie Warileld, Cloverport, is in Jacob's Park, Louisville, is infested havo next gentlemen 7 Turn on the gas. the city visiting Major Scott's family. and strange with snakes, real live snakes, Judge Gordan, attorney from Louisto say there is not a drop of snake mediHow's This ? ville, was here attending court Monday. cine on tho grounds. Wo ofier One Hundred Dollars Reward There was another hung jury in tho of catarrh that can not be SKCiinTAitY Foster has gone to Ohio to for any case damage suit of Jim Frank vs. Clayton cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. speak for McKinley. The case is becomF. J. Cheney it Co., Props., Toledo, O., Beard. ing desperate in Ohio and New York Cashier Morris Beard was among tho We, tho undersigned, have known F. with the Republicans. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and be- bankers at tho Louisvillo Convention busilieve him perfectly honorable in It is said tho People's party will put up ness transactions and financially all to last week. ablo Rev. Willit, a young preacher from a candidate for Congress in tho Second district. A meeting has been called at carry out any obligation raado by their Louisvillo preached at the Baptist church last Sunday. Henderson, October 30, for that purpose. firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist, Miss Ellen McBcath, who has boon Fakmek's organizations havo a move- Toledo, O. Walding, Kinn it Marvin, visiting Miss Tida Mercer returned homo ment on foot to secure from the next Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. last Monday. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally session of Congress free delivery of mails Don't forget that T. C. Lewis has every in country towns. Postmaster General acting directly upon tho blood and mu- thing pertaining to tho Horological art. Wnnnamaker thinks general free mail is cous surfaces of the system. Prico 75 Call on him and see his now outfit. cents per bottle. Sold by all druggist. practicable. Miss Allieno Murray, Cloverport and Miss Maggie Watts, Louisville, wero BEWLEYVILLE. Brown's first month Dumno Governor visiting Miss Tida Mercer last week. in the Exccutivo chair it is said ho pardIf you want to cook a good meal try Large sales at tho Cash store last week. oned a dozen or more convicts out of the His action caused much The low and uniform cash prices will ono of tho celebrated O. K. ranges. For penitentiary. salo by Hensley, Jolly & DeJernetto. criticism from the press, and it is feared bring them. Miss Ellen Munford and Miss Bula who- never come to tho Cash with the People the Governor will bo too free storo know but little of tho great loss Bennett were in the city last Wednesday pardoning power. nuptials. they Biistain in buying of merchants who to attend tho Wright-Merce- r Shake tho shackles ofT tho idea sell on time. Hensley, Jolly it DeJernetto keep tho The Frankfort Capital says that an injunction had been granted your old fogyism and come and buy nice largest and most complete lino of stoves of all kinds in town, and at prices tlmt against tho publication of tho now Con- fresh cash goods at clean cash prices. Bring your produce and you will get as will please all. An injunction stitution is incorrect. was prayed in the suit filed, but when it high a price as the market will justify, The attachments levied by J. M. Robwas found that the Constitution had and more goods than tho credit houses inson & Co., against Mattingly it Russell, already been printed the injunction was will givo you, oven when thoy pay you Harnod, were dismissed in the Circuit Ask your neigh- Court yesterday. way over quotations. abandoned. bor, so many of whom brought their Col. Edgar Bennett was in tho city last Tin: bankers held a great convention dried fruit last week if thoy didn't get Saturday' Ho has been engaged several is ono well paid by hauling it six orseven miles in Louisville last week. There weeks building a dam at tho Falls of Don't forget tho immense stock of thing very gratifying about it to tho pubRough for Col. L. Green. lic and that is that wo havo enough boys and men's boots, men's, ladies' and Mr. J. Allen Dean and Reuben Miller, bankers in this state to hold a conven children's shoes. Somo of tho sorriest and cheapest and Owensboro and Mr. J. W. lowis and tion. Those fellows who havo elougd to wero Canada certainly feel that they don't some of the very best goods that the Albert Morcmen, Brandenburg, market contains aro included in thostock here attending court Monday. own tho earth. Clothing at cost to closo out. Splendid It is not every day you can pick up a Mit. A. B. Skillman, cashier of tho lino of overcoats and heavy cassimoro bargain at a public sale. But Dob Jolly Brcckenridgo Bank, this city, was elect- suits, large lino of pants all at cost to certainly did so when ho got tho Adkis-so- n farm for $1. 100. It is worth $2,500, of tho Kentucky Bank- close tho clothing business. ed Just received a. largo assortment of and Bob will mako a clean $1,000 on it Association from the Fourth Disers trict. A very handsome compliment to men's white shirts, overshirts, net shirts, beforo Christmas. Judge McBeath and Chapczo Wathen Mr. Skillman, as a man and u member neck ties, collars and cufls, largo stock of aro not having much to say to tho dear of that Association, as well as to this men's and boys hats and caps. Took your dried fruit over to Hainton people about their city. Mr. Skillman is vory proud of the to office Mr. X? Yes, they gavo mo lc more noxt year, but it is almost certain that honor paid him and so aro his friends. than you ofiercd mo. both of them will bo candidates, unless A number tho next Legislature nfakes n big change Sell you tho goods right? WifiMiin Louisville last Sunday wo .visited that popular city resort, Jacob's of the articles wo bought, I don't know in tho district. Park, together with thousands of other enough about to say whether thoy hold Fire at Fordsville. Sunday sight seers. It's a grand place them right or not, but they charged mo Monday night at Fordsvlllo a largo $1.25 for a set of cheap knives and forks beautiful and picturesque in tho "Louisville should bo proud of it that you sold to Mr. 8. my neighbor at livery stable containing twelvo head of continue to honor the man who 55c a set, and a pr cud's at 50c that I see horses and soveral other buildings, near and secured it for Louisvillo by calling it you have priced at 30c, and judging by tho stable, wero burned. Tho stable and these two items, I guess I paid pretty horses belonged to Joo Roberts. Jacob's Park. dear for tho 1 of a cent advance they gavo WANTED. TiiKiin was n hung jury atllardinsburg mo 'on the fruit. Any family wanting a pleasant homo trial of Sam. Harrison , last week in the We Congratulate You Mr. George and work for children from 14 to 20 years for tho murder of Marshal Thompson. Rumor has it that Mr. George New- of ago, (females preferred) can bo suited guilty of an Harrison is a bad man and unprovokcdfpiurdor, but as tho case is to man, a successful business merchant of at Grahamton, Meade county, wliero tho cotton mill at that place. go ever six months and probably a year Irvington and Miss Martha Hcnnen, a work is in tho if his punishment prominent society lady of Hawcsville, For particulars write to longer it la doubtful Tho Grahamton M'f'g Co., aver xeedfl more than a short term In will wed before many weeks has passed Grahamton, Mcado, county, Ky. by, OwenMmro Inquirer. penitentiary- - BRANDENBURG. Judge J. F. Woolfolk is quite sick. Dr. Wells leaves for Indianapolis this week. J. T. Bradley, Louisville, was in the city Saturday. Miss Rena Clarkson visited her aunt, Mrs. II. C. Woodson last week. William M. Culter, the jolly piano man, Frankfort, was in the city again last week. Mr. William Brandenburg, of Vino Grove , visited his sister, Mrs. Haynes last w'eek. The new storo opened up in full blast Saturday, and it looks like a fixture of the town. Dyptheria and scarlet fever have made their appearance in this town. Keep your children closo and prevent an epidemic. The last party given to tho young folks, was at Mr. and Mrs. John Hardin's last Friday night, which was quiet an enjoyable affair. Next. Ono team is kept continually busy hauling water from tho river to supply tho people of this city that live on top the hills. When will it ever rain ? It was Jesse Shacklett, of Wolf Creek, that got tho second prizo ,$25 at More-men- 's Wilkes colt show, instead of Richard Shacklett, as we had it in this column You had just as well dismiss school and mako a holiday of it when French It's comes along with that calliope. powerful, and brings 'em from 'way back Tho Kentucky Heating and Lighting Company havo finished another gas well on Bickerstaff's farm, that has a splendid flow of gas, tlio best thoy havo struck for a long time. " Billy " and tho old man havo been laying up for a fow days, probably waiting for corn to get a little harder beforo they resumo their intineracy. That trip to Corydon very nearly " done 'em up." James E. Stono was in tho ' city Saturday. Ho says he is making his calculations on being assistant clerk in tho next General Assembly Of course ho will be. He is a gentleman and tho best clerk in tho State, and overybody knows it. You should hear Chap. Wathen brag on Breckenridgo's now jail. Ho says it is tho finest, strongest and best jail in tho SUtte outsido ot Louisvillo. It may bo that that "sucker jail contract," about which thcro was so much kicking over there, will prove to be the best thing for tho county that could havo been dono nfter all. Meade too, Heeds n now jail, let's build one. " French's New Sensation " was at tho wharf Wednesday night and gave an entertainment to u crowded house or boat rather. Ho always lias a good bIiow and tho people know it, consequently ho catches tho crowd. This time was no exception to his rule, if any difference, tho show was better than over beforo. It was entertaining, amusing, instructive, no wo didn't get sido splitting, elova n complimentary, either. - Some ignorant, superstitious people aro circulating tho report that tho old mill abovo tho city is haunted. It is said that it contains a ghost, and that his ghost-shi- p whistles and slugs when pcoplo pass there of a night. Now wo aro willing to bet our intorest in tho stories of " Billy " and tho old man's travels that it won't bo ten days beforo somebody will bo swearing that he has seen it. Listen the tho next time you ride past there horseback and you Will hear it whistling in tho granary. The following mariago license havo been granted by' tho County Court clerk of Mcaed, in October to date: Albert Sims to Mips Mary Mclntiro .as. T. Read to Miss Mattio J. Richardson, Wm. G. Warren to Miss Rosoy' Strcblo,, John N. Strango to Mary Ellon Snyder, J. W. Brown to Miss Julia T. Richardson, M. G. Scott to Miss Julia E. Whitworth, E. M. Dowell to Miss D. It. Allen, Ben. F. Pollock to Miss Anna J. Allen, E. M. Hartley to Miss l2mma Logsdon, J. S. Edridgo to Miss Elizabeth E. Gardner. ..... "'! ss And if a largcand choice lino of seasonchances are that their coses will able fall and winter goods, coupled with low prices and fair dealing, has and the bo laid beforo tho grand jury when it anything to do with it wo will purely receive our share of your patronage convenes next February, but in tho in- Give us an early call tervening time, these things should not ba permitted to continue. Lay out Read carefully .over our 'price list for a few of the many bargains we marshal. have in store for you : Tho business of Brandenburg continues to increoso, and sho is gradually getting ' Red Woolen Shirts, -. v. 45c back her old trade and coming to her old ""Men's Brogan Shoes, 90c. time eelf again. Peoplo from Dry Valley, Men's Fine Shoes, . $1.25 up. Webster, Bowloyvillo, Big Spring and Men's Boots Doubled Soled . other distant neighborhoods, whoso faces ifl.GS. 1 havo not been seen on our streets for Good Jeans Pants, . 125. threo or four years, nro beginning to reA Good Wool Hat for . 25c. turn to their "old lick log." and the conBoys Suits 4 to 12 years $1.55. sequences will bo that others will come. Overcoats from 12 to $15.00." Tho starting of tho new storo is still a further inducement for tho people. It enables them to have greater and better variety of goods to select from, and gives them tho opportunity to act with as much independanco as tho merchant, if things don't exactly suit. Wo predict CLOVERPORT, KY. for tho new firm a good business, while at tho same timo the trade of tho older established houses will npt bo injured. A lively and legitimate competition in any business js not to its detriment, but on tho contrary is to it's and tho peoplo's 401-4- 07 benefit. Whenever tho business of any town or community falls mostly into the hand of ono man or ono set of men, the people soon begin to go elsewhere, and tho reasons aro obvious. Thoro is a bright future for Brandenburg, and the From I to 500 horsepower. way to hasten its coming is for every individual to get aboard tho tread-miand DO GENERAL help keop tho wheel turning. Wo must work together if wo would prospor. And advertise in the BnuiiKKNitmoE News. Ed. Manufacture Engines, BoilorSj Saw and Grist 1 .... .... '- P Goodman & Klein, HARRY GUENTHER & BRO.. East Main St., ;E33ra i2srE!S: AND ll FOUNDRY MACHINE BUSINESS. A Disastrous Fire in Louisville. Duinnifo Nearly Half u Million Dollar. Tho Courier-Journal of yesterday says: "The explosion of a boiler in the old Louisvillo Electric Light Company building caused a disastrous conflagration in tho centerof the city yesterday afternoon. Tho house caught lire immediately and the flames spread with startling rapidity. Tho stores occupied by Kaufman, Straus it Co., 523-2- 5 Fourth avenue, wero entirely destroyed, with an immense stock of goods. Tho building occupied by J. V. Escott it Sons was badly damaged and tho flno stock almost entirely ruined with tho excoption of pictures and other works of art in the wings. Tho' Polytechnic building was also damaged, and somo of tho valuablo paintings in thoArtGallory wero seriously injured. Tho Bijou Theater was slightly damaged. Tho loss of Kaufman, Straus it Co. is estimated at ovo $300,000, partly covered by insurance. J. V. Escott & Sons lost about $30,000, fully insured. For awhile tho Courier-Journand other buildings wero threatened, but tho flames wero finally got under control by tho heroic work of tho firemen. Tho oggrigato loss of property is estimated to bo about $400,000", but this was not tho worst, for W. It. Adams, the fireman of tho Electric Light Company, was fatally injured. Many others in tho Kaufman, Straus t Co. building had narrow escapes and Bomo wero hurt." al Cane Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shingle Machines. Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, Pino and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. ' EST" PRICES and all business guaranteed to be satisfactory. Correspondence solicited. Mills, .A. -- OA.LL. A.2"nsro"cr3roE3ivCE2jT'z? of Tin: AV -- :Hardinspiirg . Normal .'. Institute:- - Monday, August 31st, 1891. The Spring term sixteen will Monday, January 18tfi,92. Summer term of eight Monday, May 6tn, '92. of weeks begin Tho weeks will begin The Fall term of twenty weeks will begin TUITION FEES ----- s - - - - ' - - SI. CO per month. Tuition in Primary Courso, " Elementary Courso '2.00' " Intermediate Courso " ., 2.50 A TRAFFIC DEAL " Other Courses Between the L. & N. and the L., St. All Tuition Fees must bo paid in advance, unless otherwise L. &T. arranged, No reduction for absence unless caused by sickness. Tho Louisvillo it Nashvillo Railroad - 30 e. 1 , the Company and tho L., St. L. AT. .Railroad Company havo at last entered into a The deal has been traffic arrangement. quietly worked up" between President Milton Smith and President McCrackcn, of tho Texas. It boing a forcgono con elusion for somo timo that tho Mackoy lino was about to como into Sovnnth street, tho Texas railroad and tho L. & N concluded to compete for St. Louis busiTho L., St. L. & ness with tho Air-linT. will now use tho L. it N's. track from Henderson to St. Louis. Mackoy offended tho L. A N. when ho built his own lino into St. Louis, and this big corporation bus been after him evor since. This now deal will help tlio Texas road very considerably and will givo moro competition for St. Louis business, and competition is what is needed. Tho If that crowd of toughs, that aro in traffic arrangement will bo completed by around 'of November 1. Louisville Post. tho habit of prowling nights, taking gates off their hinges, tying and witling up gates, piling boxes McElrec's Wine of Cardui and barrels across tho streets, penning and THEDFORD'S aro s up stock besjnearing front for salo by tho following merchants in and committing other liko offences, Dreekenrtdge County t Joist, W. Owen Cloveroort wero arrested and handsomely fined once O. W. Short, Cloverport, for somo of their depredations, it would Ilrashcar & Lay, Btephensport. please tho good peoplo of this city and Witt ic Meador, Hardlniburg, J. J. Severs, Union Star, vicinity. Somo of the parties aro known, v T door-knob- Board can bo had in privato families at $2.25 to 2.50 por wcok including fuel and lights. The Principal has had marked success at this point and by tho aid of tho peoplo wo hopo to achieve a great deal more, We can givo pupils every advantago horo that thoy can get at any school! For further information address BOARD : K. P. SHACKLETT, Priii., 1IARDINSBURG, KY. LAND FOR SALE. 275 uerea of lanj on the watera of Account Fanner's Institute to bo held Calemwo the homestead farm of John Sbrewi-berrj- r, at Tobinsport, Indiana (opposite Clover- Creek, deceaied. About 135 acrea In cultivaport,) November 13 and 14th, tho Louis- tion. Well tlmbcrod with oak and poplar. villo, St. LouIh & Texas It. It., will givo J,here li one dwelling home and one tenement reduced rates. Tickets will bo sold for bouie, and all seceiiarjr out buildings. I'rice and terini reasonable, address morning trains 01 tho 13th only, good to m.h.siIkkWsbeiuiy, return on tho 14th. Apply to nearest loltobfleld, Ky. ticket agont fo'r rat'H. S. A. WlKKt., O. I A. Farmers Institute. LAND FOR SALE. This farm lies In Breckenridge county, on the bead waters of Long Lick and mile from the L. II. A W. ralload, und is well Improved. Will sell as a whole or divide in tracts to suit purchasers. For further Information address W. W. LEVIS, v,w Owensboro, Ky, one-ha- lf NOTICE. Tbla U to notify the public thus J. P. of LoUlburgi U no longer our agent and li not authorized to collect any of our account! or noted J. K Keith X Son. Claj-oomb, upffiq ENJOYS Both tho method and results when OiNlS Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gently yot promptly on tho Kidneys, Livor and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dwpcls colds, headaches and fevers' and euros hahitual constipation. 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' WEDNESDAY, QCT01SEU 28. 189l7 LOCAL BREVITIES. k Hawcsville has a female barber. Tliu people demand water works. The pay train will be down Friday, Capt. Rowland has returned from Chicago. AJ. Thompson, of Gusfon, was in tho city Monday. Mr. Julius Nolto arid wifo spent Sunday in Louisville. Edward Rledel has returned to school at Terra Haute, Ind. Mr. W. E. Martin has removed to his farm near Hawcsville' Mr. and Mrs. M. Wedding returned from Home, last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Cox, Union Star, wero here last week shopping. Fou Salk. Threo English setters, $5 for females. C. G. Wnrfleld, city. Mrs. J. Allen Murray returned Sunday from a week's visit to Louisville. J. L. Miller has closed out his hardware, stovo and tin business, to Payne & Co. Mrs. AViu. Hall and Mrs. A. J. Turpin vsited Mrs. Mendor at Skillman last week. Mr. J. W, Vest went to Louisville yesterday. Ho was accompanied by his mother. Hob. E. Wilson and wife, of Canncl-towere visiting his sou,-)- . V. Wilson, last week. Mrs. Erastus Hall has returned homo from a pleasant visit to relatives in Owensboro. . Mrs. J. Di Babba'go and children aio visiting her sister, Mrs. I). W. Fairleigh, Louisville. Fred Dellaven, of taulsville, spent Sunday with his parunts, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Do Haven. Mrs. Emalino Board, of Hardinsburg, was visiting her neice, Mrs. C,W. Moorman, last week. A nutting party from Louisvillo came down on tho Katio yesterday and spent tho day at Sample. Isomo W. Powers, of Stepheusport, was visiting His daughter, Mrs. 1). V. Wilson, last week. Miss Ida Weisonborgcr left Monday for Siberia, Ind., were she has taken n position to teach a school. Mrs. A. J. Turpin, of Louisvillo, who has been visiting Mrs. Win. Hall for tho post week, has returned home. With a good system of wator works the iusuranco rates would bo reduced to d of what they are now. Mr. and Mrs. David Graham, of Vino Grovo, were visiting Mrs. J. D. Gregory, Mrs. Graham's niece, last week. Mrs. J. D. Urown and little daughter, Jesse, returned Monday from a soven week's visit to relatives in Owensboro. Miss Jesslo McDcath, daughter of Judge McHeath, and Mr. J. W. Moorman were married nt Leitchflold hist Friday. John Wiley, a negro boy about .18 years, was whipped at Uniontown last week for stealing a pistol.' ft was done by tho court. Tho insumnco companies advance, their rates ovory year and tlioy will continue to do so until wo get some protection against firo. Tho revival meeting is still in progress at tho Elm Street Methodist church. ItoVrWoUJs preaching some excellent .sermons, to good congregations, n, one-thir- Mr. K. II. Ilridcnbach and wife, (ueo A GLOVERPORT WOMAN. Miss Lizzie Sauers,) returned from CinJohu M. Borntraeger. Wm J. Winter. Henry Winter. cinnati Sunday night, and left yesterday What She Sees and Hears to Writo for their home in Owensboro. About- Sam. 11. Walker, Geo. I). Ulake, Wm. Notwithstanding the quantity of hogs 8. Galloway and E. M. Martles have been grnnted pensions. Samuel T. Johnson running in tho West end and scarcity of gas thero too, our little" city continues to lias been grnnted an Increase You never tried DoWitt'a Little Early boom in that wo are soon to have watHua coino,,nnd the1 frolicsome sparrow is busy laying in his winer works. Instead of ringing tho bells Risers for constipation, billlousnosB.vsick Don't headache or you would not have these and seeing our houses burn down, we ter supply before tho snows of winter cut off his forngo. shall havo a fine fire engine and tho W Short. diseases. Sold by G. wait nntil the snow is on the ground nnd the wind blows through Don't let tho water works' project die small boy and tho Indies shall have all of running to see the fire put your whiskers before buying your WINTER SUIT, OVERout. What Is tho com Jiittco doing? It the fun out. will be too late after n big firo has swept COAT or good warm UNDERWEAR. There is no senso in it if tho town to then prepare against it. Buy them now before tho you have got to have such things. What shall we talk to thogirls about ? Mr. 0. C. Unscl and his friend Mr. I dure say they havo plenty of advice You rush and inclement weather makes shopping unpleasant. Robertson, of Yelvington, paid his aunt, from loving mothers. Still we love them Our Mrs. Prescott and his sister, Mrs. J. Y. will not buy seasonable goods any cheaper by .waiting. so well that we'll sweeten it and oiler Bennett, a very pleasant visit last week. for Men, Roys and some more. For Instance this "making stock of homo manufactured, honest Clothing Miss Lizzie Ricketts is now prepared a mash" as it is vulgarly called in public Rear in mind, wo Children is complotc and prices arc right. to do dressmaking up stairs in the Old places of amusement is n dangerous spoit Breckcnridgo Bank opposite Sulzer's to engage in, and precious girls can not never misrepresent anything in order to effect a sale. Dresses mado cheaper than ever be too careful at all times, under all cir store. before. cumstances, and in nil places' In protectMiss Hattlo J. Prescott, who has been ing their fair names and honor. Don't visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. Y. Bennett, "mash" for those poor, silly fellows aro of Sirocco, returned home hist week. She simply "killing time," and having sport reports a very pleasant visit., Mrs. Ben- at your expense. By all means mako n nett and daughter accompanied her confident of your mother. Sho should home. know everything that concerns her Tho Owensboro Inquirer says: "Mr. daughter, especially about your sweet Dan Gillians and Miss Mary Powers, heart. You will find no better judge in two young people of Happy Hollow, tho world of a young man than your back of Hawesville, ran away to Rock-po- mother, remember that. and we're married Thursday night last. What aro we to say to a "tattler" man A now 100 horse power boiler has or woman, who has nothing else to do been added to tho machinery nt tho and so far forgets himself as to indulge Instruction. Grailitntcs asIBJrHhwdftBBHiHifliii Thorough, Practical Catalogue free. Write to sisted to positions. brick plant. A now kiln with a capacity in slander. Hero's a rule that all "tatIYAHT & STRAHON BUSINESS COLLEGE, of 250,000 brick will be added as soon as tlers' before repeating that they hear it can be built. Thcro are no flies, on might obsorvo first, is it true ? Is it LOUISVILLE, KY. our brick plaut. just ? Is it necessary ? The unkind J. II, Blytho was hero Saturday. He re- things wo say of each other, can not be and took Deitz in. Ho was ltfdd In Its Excellent Qualities. ports an interesting school of forty pupils unsaid, no more than an unkind deed Louisvillo a few days until wifo No. 1. at Commend to publlu approval tho Calibo sent for. Upon in District 22. Blytho was an assistant can bo undone, alas can we restoro tho Carothcrsvillc could immediately recognized fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. arrival in the High School of this place last year perfume to tho vase when once it has her as tho she who had betrayed her It'is pleasing to eye, and to tho tasto and man Deitz and is a hustler in the school room as sped away, or put the corn silks back on years before, and squandered her pro- gently acting on the kidneys, liver and well as on tho farm. the corn, or mend the butterfly's wing perty and who she supposed was dead. bowels, it cleanses tho system effectually Now tho thine was to iret tho law n hold o A now has been established that has been crushed by a hastv blow. of Deitz. He could not bo indicted nnd thereby promoting tho health anil comat Hito's Run. Lucius V. Chapin-i- s tho tried in Jefferson county becauso the fort of nil who use it. Hero is tho best criticism upon Bern- offense had not been committed thero. p. in. Tho office will bo kept in Chap-in'- s WANTED. mill fivo miles from this city on tho hardt we havo ever seen, I quoto it from So Capt. Pennington held liim as a fugitive from Justico until he got an order to An active energetic man who is familpike. Tho office has not yot been opon-c- d tho Chicago Herald. "Sara Bernhardt is bring him to llrcckenndge for trial. on account of no star route to that without a living rival. With talent so Here nil threo of his wives appeared be- iar with farm work and implements, to transcendent is itjuot to be deplored that fore the grand jury and detailed their canvass Breckenridge county for threo point. sho condescends to mako her art a means story. That bodv immediately found an months beginning November 1st, and o Axtel is tho namo of a now indictment and tlio court set too case for just established in this county. Samuel for degradation of drama and the debase trial. Deitz would not face his three sell a special implement needed by every Bennett is tho name of tho postmaster. ment of the standards of mankind con- wives in tho court room,but preferred farmer in tho county. Agent to furnish to confess his guilt and throw himself his own horse and wagon. Gocd referWo havo mado dilligcnt inquiry as to cerning woman. Bernhardt has chosen to tench her upon tho mercy of tho court. ences required with tho application. the exact location of this office, but have Address II. F. Avr.uv & Soxs, failed to find out. Will somebody kind- time so far aS that lies within tho purSHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. view of her capacity that tho rolo of ly inform us. Louisville, Ky. A dally star route mail has been es- woman in tho world is worse than tragic, By viituoof Taxes duo tho CommonFor Sale. tablished from Glendeano to McDaneils. that it is helpless, subordinate to tho wealth of Kentucky und tho County of One slide-valv- e engine, cylinder 12x.24, merely stronger perversity of passion-atencIireckonridge, for the years This will enable the subscribers of tho in good condition, and a good engine. of tho other half of the human to get their paNkws at tho latter place and 91, by the following named Ono boiler 24 feet long, 44 inches in diapers on the samo day of publication. race ; that it is tho highest art that most parties and for tho years designated. We powerfully depicts woman in her lowest will proceed to sell for cash in hand, on meter, good as new. One 23 horso powWith the exception of one or two offices er boiler mounted on wheels in good contho News goes to every office in the condition of morals. Not only is woman Monday, Novejiiieu Kith, 1891. dition. Wo Will sell either or all of the in her plays one of despair and shame, At tho Court-hous- e county on the same day it is published. door in Hardinsburg, is the essence of the play. Ky., the following described property or abovo cheap. Tho Perry County Farmers' Instituto but her shamo Chess & Wv.Moxn Co., vices of men necessarily en- a sufficient amount thereof to pay the under the auspices of tho State Univer- The ignoblo Louisville, Ky. sity of Indiana, will bo held at Tobins- - ter into drama, for drama is only human several airiounts of Taxes and costs : ' subPUBLIC SALE. llaslmui David, heirs, for 1889, 90 and port just opposite this eity November 13 naturo imitated in action. Graces, tlety, versatility liko Bernhardt's aro 91, 1 tract or land near Clifton Mills, for I will sell at Public Auction on and 14. Till Groves says there will bo 1, pago 79. see worthy of higher dedication'. Sho is the further partlculajs cost $ 0 (50 Amount of tax and some awful big guns present dining tho WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, 1891, ono great actress who seems to choose Drown Thos. Jr. colored, for 89, 90 and meeting to spout farming, and his town At the Livery Stable of J. T. Miller, decasod while other artists shall present im- 91, one tract of land adjoining J. R. Cloveriort, Ky., 25 bead of Horses nnd Mares is making arrangements to entertain 500 that personations in which the vileness of Wimp, near Irvington. Amount of tax 13 10 1 lot of stock Cattle, lut of Buggies, Carriages, or a thousand people. and colt Wagons, Harness, farming implements, etc. life is secondary, her gifts shall be II rooks Wesley, .colored, fur 1890 and This sale Is made to settlo up the estato of J. There are thousand and thousands of to a limited category of plays in 91, Ms Merest in a tract of land on SinkT. Miller, deceasel. Salo will begin at 9:00 dollars worth of property in this town at which thcro shall bo no lesson of aspiing Creek near Bcwleyvllle. a. in,, rain or shine. 10 90 Terms of sale All sums of $5.00 and under tho mercy of tho "firo fiend. It is only ration, nono of hope, none of heroic vir- Amount of taxes and cost cash in band, all sums over $5.00 note 6 Brooks Clay, colored, fur 1889, 90 and a question of time. The firo will come. tue and nothing of tho achievement of months with approved security. in tract of land on SinkOur houses and goods will bo swept away woman in the domain of morals or in 91, his Interest Iletrlejrvllle. MAUY J. MILLER, Admr'x. ing Creek near 12 95 and not, a dollar of insurance to roplaco any of tho many fields of renown in Amount of tuxes and cits Clark Thallitlooui, belrs, for 1887, 88, them. Isn't it alarming. Just think of it which woman has borne her part as ADMINISTRATRIX SALE. 89 and 90, one tract of land near Union good people Our only remedy is water highly as man." Star, adjoining John U Claycomb. works build them and don't delay 10 25 The undersigned administratrix of Ben. Amount of taxes and oosts Hardin, deceased, will on about it. Durbln Nancy, for 1889,90 and 91, Deitz, tho Digamist, Gets Six Years in Friday, November 13tb, 1991, one tract of land near Big Spring. One of tho most attractive places in tho the Fen, 10 00 Amount of taxes and cons At the late nsidence of the deceased. city of Louisville, especially on Saturday Sell the personal pioperty of the decedant, Hajs' Clay, heirs, for 1887. 88, 89, 90 night is the great Mammoth Clothing A (.Ifonf Mi a in o and JHurrWd Inficonsisting of horses, mules, cattle, hogs, sheep, ard 91, tract of land near Irvingtun. delity Wrought to I.ljrlit. , H 39 corn in the field, hay, tobacco, one buggy. Amount of taxes and costs establishment of Kleinhans&Simonson's School tax and cost on samo for 89, 90 Terms of Sale All sums under five dollars Their largo building is beautifully illumi12 SO cash in hand, for sums of five dollars and over Henry L. Deitz, who was brought to and 91 nated and a fino band of music gives n Hardinsburg last week from Louisvillo notes with' good security bearing interest from Hnn" Ben, heirs, for 1887, 88, 89, 00 day of sale, duo and payablo in six months, free concert, which attracts thousands of on tho chnrgo of bigamy, went before and 91, tract of land near Webster. 10 95 will be required. pcoplo during tho evening. They are tho court last Friday, entered a plea of Amount of taxes and costs M. E. IIAUDIN, Administratrix. Harwood the greatest hustlers after trado In that guilty, and tho jury fixed his sentence town lot in A. S., for 1890 and 91, one Benleyvllle, known as the city. TOBACCO. at six years in tho penitentiary. Tho D, B. lllgsby property, 7 8J Amount of taxes and costs... Tho citizens of Owensboro hnve been grand jury found no tioublo in finding 1890 and 91, Tar Hunt J. O., for duped to tho tune of about $1,000 by a. an indictment against Dietz, and when 'You would scarce oxpoct ono of my ago to 11. speak In public on the stage." I do not proparty of portrait men who havo been it was returned into court, and a day fix- Sprlnit property, led in the name of J. Q. Hunt for 1890. to Demosthenes , ... 58 15 pose line. fall below years I have or Cicero, in canvassing that city for tho post threo my For ten been agent for ed for tljo trial Deitz would not stand tho Amount of tax and cost Also samo property listed in the tame Messrs. Sawyer, Wallace ic Co., and in all months securing subscriptions to a paper trial, but entered a plea of guilty. If that time not a farmer has bad to remit for of Tar Springs Co. for 1891. with tho promise that after a certain 55 00 reclamation, and have liberally advanced at all there had been a trial his sentenco Tax and costs number of copies had been taken and would probably havo been greater, for times, and but one dealer a (mail, amount Cross Harrison, for 1889, 90 and 91, when tho tobacco was shipped to New York, paid for, tho subscribers would bo entitlBewleyville, thero wore plenty of witnesses who tract or land nearand costs 20 37 and have shipped thousands of hogsheads. , Amount cf taxes ed to a handsome picture. Last week 1 will be pleased to were waiting to pile up tho testimony ship to Messrs. Wallace, Rlgsby Murgarott, fur 1887, 88, 89, 90 they turned up missing leaving their as to his guilt, and tho wicked lifo he Mullen & Co., New York, any tobacco ready and 91, tract land near Bewleyville. subscribers in tho hole. 14 49 fur market, on which, If desired a reasonable had been leading. Deitz is well known Amount of taxes und costs amount will be advanced. 83, 89, 90 Mulinda, fr 188(1, will do in the uppor part of this county, whore Ross Always uso tho medicine that P. V. DUNCAN. 91. tract land near Webster. tho most good, and for kidney and livor ho married ono of his wives nbout ten and 7 90 , Aomunt of inxes and costs trouble, Lightning Kidney & Liver Rem- years ago. Sho was a Miss Pennington Slpes Robt, I r 1890 apd 91, tract of edy is tho best? Messrs. Gracy & Had-donnd a highly respected young lady. land near Big Spring. 10 00 Barlow, O., says : "Wo havo hand- Deitzs career for tho past fifteen years has Amount of taxes and costs Scott's ti W heirs, for 1887, 88', 89, of different kinds for years been a bad one, and it is a wonder that led medicines TO 9 and 91. tract of land near Webster. and havo never handled anything that ho has escaped punishment bo long. 1 1 in Amount of taxes and ousts 7 55 equals Lightning Kidnoy & Livor RemWbltworth Bright, tract of land near first venture in tho matrimonial business ! OatfUld. Amount of taxes and costs- -. ,. 24 41 edy. One of our customers has been (for ho has 3 living wives) was in Caroth-orsvillYoung Le, colored, balance on 1888, suffering for years with kidnoy trouble, Ind., in 1873. Thero ho mar- 89, 90 and 91, tract or land near Irving-tuund has used a great deal of kidney and ried a woman nearly twice his senior In 17 05 Amount of tuxes and costs liver euro, but did not receive much, if years, squandered nil her property about lieu M. Taul, for 1889 and 90, one nny benefit. Ho finally tried Lightning $3,000 in money and skipped. Ho even traotof land In Breokenrldge county, see D. II. 42, Kidney & Liver Itomedy, and will uso carried away some of her valuablo jew- Amountof page 85. costs 30 00 taxes and nothing else He says ho would rather elry, but this was subsequently recoverL. N. Smith (Tbos. H. Bates, agt ), ge pay tho price for it than to tako tho oth- ed. Deitz thon emtio to Kentucky and for 1889 aud 90, tract of land in er for nothing." For salo by all dealers. dropped in at Bowleyville. Wifo No. Amount county. and costs 8 88 of taxes 1. had nut obtained a divorce, but Six per cent, will bo added to all theso Wright Mercer. Deitz went on with tho marrying busi- lists when sold. Wo aro also preparing A handsome wedding and in fact tho ness just, tho samo. At Bowleyvillo ho a largo list that will soon follow this if most brilliant of tho season was that of spruced up, wp'ro nico clothes, and inoro not paid at once. Mr. Joseph E. Wright, of Louisvillo and than ono of tho fair ones thcro it is said, the taxes aro Respectfully, Miss Jesso Merccr,J,of Hardinsburg, last set their cap for him. In n short tirao J S.DEJKnXETTE. Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at Deitz courted nnd won tho henrt nnd The church hand of Miss Jennie Pennington, of tho M. E. church South. AS IN YOUTH I that SEE was beautifully decorated and a largo place, a lovable girl of tender years, and crowd assembled to witness the ceremony tho neico of Col. Rico Pennington and Tho marriage rites wero solemnized by Capt. WW. Pennington, of Louisville. As Thoy wero married and moved to LouisRov. J. Py Goodson, of Hawcsville. tho bridal couple entered tho church tho ville and four children wero born to tho choir sang tho " Bridal Chorus," from union. In the mean while Dietz became D. S. B. G. Lohengrin, led by Miss Ella Goodson. worthless und neglected his wifo nnd Tho wholo affair was very beautiful and children until ho was finally driven away THESE WOMr.TFU!. LENSES impressive. After tho cormony the pair from their hoino by his wife's father. Arothoreeultcf yca-- s of rclenllflo oxpor- WHISKEY He special car for Louisville, their thon went to tho oast end of tho city and Imcntlnc, and aio dm? r'aend, owing to left on a ovory Is often used as medicine, lu which caietne thoIrBiiporlorlty, propmlpe-'tiyr'bovfuturo home. hero ho found wifo No. 3, Thoy wont thing h'trotrifpro protlunnl in tli's lino, purity of tho article Is of the greatest Import'l'h r nroncknowlodrfoilhy expmts to bo Tho groom is a prominent young busi- over to Joffersouvillo nnd wero married Iho finest nnd most porinctly constructed ance. I. W. Harper is a Kentucky distiller of and returned to Louisvillo. They wero Lonsos KNOWN, and aro pooufinrly ndaptod national reputation. The product of hli Disness mun of Louisvillo and well connectliving in comparative caso until wlfu No, various vIhuM Impcrfoo-tlbn- s. tillery Is shipped direct to the Wade it ed, Tho bride, Miss Jessie, is the daugh- 2. appeared upon tho scone. When sho tooirionlnm!io lh KOMiNOOK will nonvlnoa pastes through npintddlo man'sretail ,,io be A trial of hands, aro PERFECT CICHT REN.WERB. fou thor Warranted. mixed, colored, and watered. of Judge Mercer, of Hardinsburg, and discovered that her husband had actualConsumers, ter EratT Pair therefore, have the assurance that I, W. Harvery popular in society here. A number ly married another woman and was liv1'er Sale by per's Whiskey i cold in its absolute purity by ing right in samo city of friends gathered nt the depot to ex- indignation tho furious, as herself, her A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician his Agents. was and sho initnod' BKAV1N APOPHAM.SoleAg'ts, tend tho young couple n farewell ant' lately reported the facts to the police. FieicilptloBiRecolve Onrefnl Attention, CLOVKUPOHT, KY, Then it was that Capt. Pennington went their congratulations. WIUIVII'V4II Jt : J ACK FROST f - Cloaks, v:,- - i T Overcoats, ' Clothing, ' r 4 W ! w T & GO., i Everything Wuriig" apparel 01cl Reliable" OlotUiei's rt Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. Stylish, V,' 'A , ' n ,'V ; -- t- And Durable. f po8t-ofiic- .;'v(. fr '.J uiiiz6r s CL0VERPORf?,KY. post-oflie- ss GET THE BEST. Tlio Host is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Best is good enough for the man who respects himself and loves his family. Such a man always wants the Best Groceries, and buys thorn of D-- B Tb. de-v6t- knowing that he always keeps tho Best that the market affords and retails them at proper prices. e. :M:oo:eM:.A.:isr, Special Features this Week NEW ARRIVALS -- LADIES' CLOAKS, GENTS' OVERCOATS, OVER SHOES, ' GUM COATS, y " ?? GLOVES, ETC. j e, Brock-onrid- We would call particular attention to our line of Overcoats, both in fall weights and heavy goods, ranging in price from $2.00 to 10.00 you can't fail to be pleased. Carrying the largest line of Ladies' Cloaks in town, we feel assured in making the statement that here is the place to buy. NOTICE For wet, cold weather we have a line of Rubber Goods, and at the prices we are sell-theat will be forced to buy more. TAXPAYERS In Gloves our aim is to suit all from All parties owthe Ladies' undressed Kidto the Farmers' ing me Taxes Buck Skin . must pay them by These are a few items we would call the 15th of No- your attention to, though our stock is com-pletin every department. vember, 1891. I m e mm will have to levy on all nx)t paid by that time. W. I. RAMSEY, B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. rSJHtfDTC ' m a-. HAVEYouA TERED FFELINR. ND UTILE OR NOTHING APPETITE, fASTES RIGHT TO YOU? o jn-ia.- ll.l.JPfl If po Iniy n M cent bottle of LEMON CHILL TONIO and soo what a change it will make. j ins ionic is not only tno surest iternetiy iov Chills, but as a Blood Purifier and Appetiser la uncqualed. Pleasant as lemonade. Children cry for .t. EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. For Sale by A. R. FISHERY re ? if ' r 1 CL,OVERrORT, KY. " f "JK5PSPFil 'iJmttaZ w . Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1801. HOW "JUJBENS PAID A BILL. TWO KINGS. The Removal of President Hoey. Tho rcmovnl of John Hooy from tho presidency of tho Adams Express Company Is full of instructive lessons, not only for men in similar positions, but for stockholders in corporations. Mr. Hoey stood for many years very high in tho community and in tlio estimation of tho business world. Ho was honored and respected by all who know him. His forturno was assured and his incoino largo enough to satisfy the most exacting demands on a man in his position. If any man was abovo tho necessity of yielding to temptation lie was. Hut when tho temptation caino ho could not resist. It was only n temptation to put n few thousand dollars.in his puree, to increase a fortuno already ample for nll his needs.' Vet ho succumbed and deliberately wronged tho men whoso to guard, and protect. In company with a subordinate ho bought out a rival corporation to tho Adams Express Company and then sold it to the latter at a largo advance. He did not call it stealing probably, and his fellow directors who dismissed him from the presidency of tho company did not so name it. But it was stealing all tho same as much so as if ho had put his bands into the safe and taken out the money of the company. The lesbon for men in places of trust is that they cannot safely trifle with tho obligations imposed on them. Mr. Hoey thought, no doubt, that ho could mako the deal, and that tho stockholders, .acting as stockholders do customarily, would take it for granted that anything done by'so worthy a man with an established reputation must ba all right, especially .if it did not involve tho passing of a dividend or the assessment of the shares. Unfortunately for him, and fortunately for the company, there was one stockholder who did not take thu stereotyped view of the right of a president to immunity from inquiry or criticism. The whole transaction was dragged into the light, and the president was not only removed, but disgraced, which ought to trouble him more than tho removal. Tho lesson for stockholders is that there is need for mora vigilance'in holding directors and oflicers in corporations to the strictest accountability for fidelity in the discharge of the trusts confided to them. It is altogether to much tho custom for tho shareholders in a corporation to think that when they have chosen a board of directors they themselves have no further concern in the matter. The result is far too often that the directors hhift their responsibility to the should" ers of the olllcers whom they choose and tho latter are left practically unwatched Being so left, they and unchecked. are able to defraud tho company to a very considerable extent with but littlo danger of detection ; and the consciousness that-ther- e is little danger of detection adds materially to the strength of temptation when temptation comes. What is true of stockholders in corporations generally is just as truo of tho stockholders in municipal corporations that is to say, of citizens and taxpayer. If these would watch, as they ought their directors in the council and in of trust, there would bo far less of tho corrupt dealing with public property w hich bos become so flagrant a feature Is Life Worth living? of municipal government. Detroit Free Not if yougo through tho world a dyspepPress. tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets arc a positivo cure for tho worst forms of Dyspepsia, Indigeston, Flatulency and Can't Sleep Nights by Is the complaint of thousands suffering Constipation. Guaranteed and sold G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd Witt from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English & Meador, Ilawlinsburg, Ky. otli-plac- Fortune lor Hit UngrateHe rluUtl ful Landlord, Who Didn't Like It. In tho beginning of tho Seventeenth century Potcr Paul Rubens, whoso nnino had not tho samo sound then ns nw lived in Paris, at a modest inn near tho palaco of his patroness, Maria do Modici. Somotimes ho had his pockets full of raonoy and livod liko a prince, but oftenor ho was without a pfennig; at any rato ho paid his host very irregularly, or not ut ull. Tho host did not consider it an honor to board this great painter, nnd as ho had a supremo con tempt for art, ho often cast insults at Rubens. Ouo day when the innkeeper was in an especially bad humor ho threatened to throw Rnbons out of tho door liko a tramp and without further notice. Rubens had just had an nudienco with Louvro, but did not possess a heller. Wliat should ho do? The tavern keeper would not reason, but wanted to under any circumstances bco cash; money innst bo procured. Tho artist took a small picture of his own from tho wall and asked in n note written to one of his friends 1.200 lire for it. Half an hour later tho messenger returned, saying that tho gentleman would pay only 800 lire for it. Rubens was furious, threw tho picture on tho ground and stumped upon it.whilo tho host was still more furious, ;ts his hopes, through this "daub," to get money were dispelled. Ho wanted to put his guest out on the pavement immediately, when Rubens gavo his word of honor that he would pay his debt within eight days. With theso words Unbend hurried up stairs and tocked tho door. Ho left the room very seldom and never without taking tho key with him. A week later ho appeared before his host with a littlo baud trunk with these words: Upon tho "1 havo kept my promise. table in my room you will find moro money than 1 owo you. Farewell, sir host!" Then ho left the inhospitable house with tho mien of a grand seigneur, who had given rich alms. Tho tavern keeper hurried up the stairs to tho artist's room. Tho door stood open nnd tho mass of money which was spread upon the table met his gaze. Fourfold Louis, double Louis, dollars and half dollars lay there in gay confusion. Naturally tho good man thought ho must quickly put his money in a safe place, but what astonishment nnd fury ho showed when, upon touching a gold piece, ho fouud that it was only paintedl Tho miser, the tramp, had fooled himl But his anger lessened somowhat when ho saw on tho walls tho rich clothing that had been left by tho painter. From tho salo of this ho could cover a great part of tho debt Ho reached for a cherry colored velvet mantle what disappoint-rnen- tl That, too, liko tho other garments nnd tho glittering gold, was only painted! Tho unhnppy host was pitied by all his friends who heard it. Thostory becamo further known and the painter's famo grew and spread. Distinguished peoplo streamed to tho modest tavern to hear of Rubens' gay trick from tho host himself and see the painted clothing tho table had been put in tho garret as tho owner wanted it out of sight and many a dollar was spent in the tavern for the purposo of seeing theso things. Ono day a rich Englishman who doted on art was accidentally told of tho deceptive table by tho tavern keeper. He asked to seo tho table, admired it and offered to give the host as much cash in French gold and silver coins ns was painted on tho table. Naturally the host accepted and was rid of this "disagreeable" piece of furniture. Philadelphia Times. Ono mii kliwiif rulliliwi power Wlm Fpni mil lil iHiiplc'a trust. All w hltf from lil uul ernaed ' Ily Ijruiiii) niul lmt , One mix ii inmmrt h Jnt lo all Within IiIh kinetlMm'a reach, Ills creed nf charity and love . Klowurcd In ax t and tyrant on n sumptuous couch Tho Ontbrcathod liN lllml breath. And bis llfo lapsed all unconsciously From tranquil sleep to death. The king beloved by grateful hearts Throughout his prosperous land. While Uulni(omo benkru decree Died from a murderer's hand! -- William II. Haynoln Century. . Go to Short A Hnynes for"C. C. C. iii-api-cch- EiiycFiiEi- - Certain Cough Cure," it cures Coughs, Colds and all Throat nnd Lung Diseases. The greatest remedy known for Chillsr Fever and Malara is "C. C. C. Ceitain Chill Cure." Sold by Short A Hnynes. The Key of Death. 1C00 n stranger named Tebaldo established himself na a merchant in Venice. Soon becoming infntu-nte- d -- v jrBC "tsBssw - T- isB bLif JsLsV " 4vEj-a- $ infaV jfaP S W taar aB?t!T- r' Tiry About tho year with the daughter of ono of the most undent and wealthy families ho asked her bund and was rejected, tho young ludy being already affianced. Half crazed and thoroughly enraged ho planned revenge. Being an excellent mechanic he soon ovolved-- most formidable looking key. The handlo of this uniqUo weapon could bo easily turned, Being turned it disclosed a spring with a missilo in tho Bhnpe of a needle of exquisite fineness. With this weapon Tebaldo waited at the church door until tho maiden ho loved passed in on the morning of her marriage. When tho brideorroora nnneared the desperate lover, unperceivod, sent tho slender poisoned needlo into his rival's breast, and within t: nn hour ho was dead. of a "strange, disease." Again Tebaldo demanded tho hand of tho maiden,- - but was refused. Within a fow duys both her parents had died in a very mysterious manner. Suspicion being excited, examination was made, and the small steel instruments found in tho flesh in both cases. Ono day tho maiden allowed Tebaldo an "audience, but told him that sho would never bo his bride. Within an hour she was a corpse. Tebaldo was suspected, tho key discovered and tho culprit hanged. Tho celebrated "key of death" is still shown to tho curious visitor of tho Venice museum. St. Louis Republic. baf-flin- IT IS THE BEST! Price 50 cts. For Sale by A. E. FISHER. Because GE0.YEAKEL&C0., BRANDENBURG, KY. THE His Rooms Crowded. Everybody Satisfied, and Many Praiso Him , It is n positivo Force Feed. n Force II is the only ono made tlint is Feed. ' v It avoids nil guess work. ? It is guurnnt'eed to sow nil kinds phosphate. Try Our Financial Question Which Is bothcrlnc; the head of Stsitesnien nnd nutter when ordinary morula is jl very simple U Is to make you unilerstiind It. All cine need to mid the problem one dollar do the work of two, U mlvcd. The liciutv of this thcorv Is that prac tice is the bent part ot It. You'll think so when you sec the immense ,Ncw htock nt ran anu Winter UoocU we arc ofltrlnjrnt the price. Celebrated jBkHwBflfe ssisisisisisisiH Cleveland Dryer Fertilisers. HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, DRESS GOODS. cents for KnlUh Ilnbct Cloth worth to " - hcotch Diagonals worth pieces ilannock Serge at 10c worth 15 pieces j 4 Serge all colors at lllack IlcnrlelU Cloth nt d Noelty IlrcKS Goods, Am.iion Ilrtudclotli, Cords, Chevron Camels ll.ilr, Dublin Cloth, Jjmcstown, pjain and plaid, Diagonals, plain Tricot, Serges and l'lniinii plaids at prices that defy competition, 13 13 15 10 -l 1! Hetl-for- HARDINSBURG, KY Peoplo with impure blood may bo said to exist, not live. Life is robbed of half " " 1.49 ',' " ite joys when tho blood is loaded with 15 'S " " " . 300 ' 4 13 impurities nnd disease. Correct this All wool he.i v lllankets at 3.501.79, upwards. and worth 10c. 15 ps Twilled Towllng condition with DoWitt's Sarsaparilla, it One lot Damask Table at O at 34c worth 40c. Linen is reliable. Sold by G. W. Short. 50 flannel skirt patterns nt 99c worth I1.50. 34 Jersey Flannel skirts at 75c worth t.i;. A big line of French Outing clotlunt 8, 10, 13C worth 20 cents. Siiiiici Itim't'.il Ulilim 1'itchers. Chevron Outing at lii Tho naval battles ami heroes of the OUR GREATEST BARGAIN. war of lOfJ furnished many subjects for One lot Ladles and Misses Jersc), sizes 33 1036 decorating pitchers, and some at 35c worth 7?, i.oo and I1.50. uso in worth i2 pair Fast lllack Hose bear inscriptions fur from flattering to 500patterns French l'laid, at 8 wool, no two alike all English vanity. With tho portraits of 50 00c per J worm yu cents. ai See these goods If jou want a nice and stjllsh Perry are the words of his famous disenemy and dress. corsets white and black at 75C worth $1. patch, "We havo met the 35 do, they aro ours." With Lawrence, his Fancy colored handkerchiefs at 4, J, and 8 Don't buy at other stores, dying words, "Don't give up tho ship." what yon sec luUcrtlsed at GKO.silistltutes lor VIJAKKI. & of Decatur, who cap- CO. With tho likeness tured tho Macedonian, "Free Trade, BOOTS AND SHOES. Sailors' Rights." lot mens hoots no. 6 & 7 nt $1.2; worth 3.35 Then quickly met our nation's eyes An extra all leather heavy boot oto 10 $1.49 Tho noblest sight In nature, OurOmn' Jlojs Hoots no 3, 5, at si Z( worm 1.49 A first class frlgato as a prire Ste our brand "All ltlght" hrogans at 9SC worth Drought back by bravo Decatur. I.3J. L. S, & Co., glaie calf shoe, the best shoe In With Commodore Bainbrido, of tho Constitution (Old Ironsides), aro his the market, ill?. shoes nnd boots all grades at Ilucll ,V Sons Hue words, "Avast, boys, sho's struck." Tho lowest prices." Ladv's calf shoe, buckskin lined, button or old ballad says: front lace, i,34 worth anywhere else $1.75. 11 10-- 4 10--j 11 1 DRY - GOODS -- :. and - NOTIONS Hcst Standard Prints at jc. to bales Iloosler II. cotton nt 5c. coptks round thread check!, and tftripcsatjc. All Illcich Cotton nt Mill prices. 35 ps dark I'rcnch Ginghams at 13 worth 20c. lot fancy dark Dress tJingliains at 10 worth is large ttock of I'laifncls In plain We carry checks and plnlds ut lowest prices. i.2 worth j.oo. 30 pr 10.4 white lllankets at -:-:1 J. R. JOHNSON, -- DEAI.KK IN & Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries DR. D. REA, PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Years Old. Celebrated Specialist. And in chargo of tho Electrical and Surgical Department of tho Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., will bo at tho CLOVERPORT HOTEL, CHOICE TVIIVISS. Cloverport, Ky., Leading Brands of Tobacco and Cigars. Legitimate Orders accompanied hy tho Cash will receive prompt attention. Monday, Oct. 12. JUurliiir r91 And Return Every Four Wcclis the Vcar. Dr. Ilea has been connected with the largest hospitals in the country, and li.is no superior In diagnosing and treating, diseases and deformities. He will gle$50 for any case that he cannot tell the disease and where located In five HARDINSBURG-- , : : KY. minutes. On Brazil's coast she ruled tho roast When Ilalnbrldcu was her captain Neat hammocks gave, made of tho wave. Dead Drttous to be wrapped In. Alice Morso Earlo in Scribner's All our lace shoes which were sold at go nt f I.30 Wone Itcty unlined shoes 74cts. $ 1.35 now Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acuto and CHKOtflO Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat nnd Lungs, Dyspepsia, Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Kidneys. Liver, Bladder, Chronic Eemalo and Sexual Diseases. URE PRJ PREPARED BY I"-- CLOTHING. In this department we excel nil our previous efforts. We tunc all of the novelties in fine -- EPHEPSV A Oil FIT. CUBED! Don't storm tho system as you would a worsted black choiots, dlagnonaM, Harrison Men Young and Ivliddle-Age- d fort. If held by tho enemy, constipation, cahbimcrcs, Imported casslmcrcs 75 Suits assorted patterns, well gently persuade it to surrender with These goods are worth an) where f made, ;40S. Suflering from Spermatorrhea and Impotcncy as see 7 to fS DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers. These lit- them the result of self abuse in youth or excess In 40 pair Gents' I'ants, shaded, ut i were sold at years and other causes, producing some of tlo pills are wonderful convincers. Sold $3 eo thc.fol!owlng effects: as emissions, blotches, deFull Overcoats In great variety; by G. W. Short. Our prices are the very lowest dUzlncss, confusion of Ideas, ma-tur- er Positive Guarantee. FOR CHILLS & FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS. ENTS FDR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R " Cure MED.CO. ST.LOUIS MO. - TAYLORS I'lcnsc call and see us Kemcdy? It is tho best preparation known for nil Lung troubles. Sold on a positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by G. V. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd "Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Under a Cloud. Uncle Jerry Husk is a tradictory old fellow isn't ho UrolMon V con- Craik Yes, of lato ho is happiest when kicking up a racket, and perfectly delighted only when under a cloud" N. ' Y. Herald. ' favor must necessarily have merit. Lightning Hot Drops has been before tho peoplo for sovcral years and has grown in demand each year. Mr. J. L. Goodwin, of Lima, S. C, says : "I havo been selling patent medicines for n long time and have handled nenrly all kinds, but have never found any remedies equal tho Lightning Hot Lightning medicines. Drops nro wonderful, and lias no equal." All druggist sells it and wants you to try it just once to sec. 23 cents nnd CO cents bottlo. Guaranteed to relievo or money , refunded. A medicine to meet tho public Eternal Vigilance, "Barclay," said the wifo of tho sick man, 'hero is the Hcv. Goodman who has como to talk to you." Did ho bring anybody to identify him V inquired the bank cashier, feebly. Chicago Daily Tribune. A Duty to Yourself. Tho ministers of Lexington, tho great g centre of Kentucky, have started a vigorous crusade against horso Aldermen in u llimul of Director. racing. They denounco it from tho pulIt would clear away much misconcepof many tion if tin popular body in cities, instead pits to tho utter astonishment thought of us a of their leading members who nro lnrgo of being spoken of and local legislature, could bo looked upon stock men and breeders of thoroughand considered us a board of directors. breds. Ono of the most important grants wherePerfect action nnd perfect health result in the powers of such a body in cities seem to pin beyond the functions of a from tho uso of DoWitt's Littlo Early board of directors is tho right to adopt Risers, a perfect littlo pill. Sold by G. ordinances which nro enforced by tho W. Short. police; but even as to this power it is to be borno in mind that city ordinances Sulzer's Tailoring Department. havo no original authority. Tlioy aro Mr. J. II. Hunsche, tho Foreman of constantly declared invalid by tho courts because tlioy contravono statutes of tho our Tailoring Department will visit Clolegislature or deal with matters not cov- verport, every Friday of each week. Ho ered by the grant of power to the city will carry with him a full lino of Samples corporation. Tho inferences to bo drawn representing our Stock of Piece Goods, from this discussion aro two. First, which comprises all tho desirable Standthat the whole questiou as to what ard and FancyStylcs introduced this seaought to be tho business of the city and as to the bent method of conducting this son. Ho will bo pleased to meet you at business is fairly o'kjii to discussion; sec- above placo and date and receive your ond , that tho question is ouo involving odrcr. Respectfully, S. L. Sulzkp. good judgment only. It does not the liberties of tho peoplo or touch nny of tho inherent rights of citizenship. Wo cannot afford to deceive you. ConfiSeth Low in Century. dence is begotten by honesty. DoWitt's feeling Littlo Early Risers aro pills that will That euro constipation nnd sick headache. Lightning Sold by G. W. Short. stays with impure blood. Blood Elixir will thoroughly renovate tho system and destroys all blood impurities. It will mako you eat. It makes the weak strong. Pleasant to take. All druggist sells it. Price 75c. horse-breedin- Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY., bility, ncrvousncs, aversion to society, dcfectUe memory anil sexual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for business or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. Blood & Skin Diseases To Advertisers If you wisb and need instruction, send ono dollar for our " Hook for AdvortlBors." A little study of that book will enable you to ilecldo what you ought to do, and give an Idea of the probable cost. to Advertise If you instruct u? to place a certain nmonnt of advertising for you In the way wo think will do you the most Rood, you should send an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and make nultablo arrangements for Davment. Your order will then receive all the attention that it requires. Syphilis and complications, as sore throat, failing of hair, pain In the bonus, eruptions, etc., arc perfectly eradicated without using mercury o other Injurious drugs, Gonorrohea, Gleet, Stricture and all Urlnany and Kidney troubles are speedily cured by treatment that has never failed. He undertakes no incurable cases, but cures thousands given up to die. Itcincinber the date and come early, as his rooms are crowded wherecr he stops. Consultation free. Correspondence solicited andconfidcntl.il. ADUItGSS, A complete wreck of domestic happiness has oftoa resulted from badly washed dishes, from an unclean kitchen, or from trifles which seemed light ao air. But by theso things a man ofton judges of his wife's devotion to her family, and charges her with general neglect when ho finds her careless in these particulars, itany a home owes a large part of its thrifty neatness and its consequent happiness to 8AP0L10. " -- brighter the more Busy .wives who use SAP0LI0 never seem to growoId.Trys.c&k- e- Horsiwlnoes worftfhe orilercd.-k- a "Some livpPP6 like "' - .A Medical & StmaicAi. Institutk, No, 309 Fourth St., Louisvillo, Ky. Ask my nscnts for YV. Ij. Douglas Hhnes. for sale In our plncu rink If not to nciid for cnfnloaitc, securejour the denier agency, and net I hem lor you, better profit. you Grocers often substitute cheaper Roods for NAPOLIO, to make a Scud back sucb articles, and Insist ou bavins Juat what ' 9 If you wisb ZiT) atlvertisrerrjerjt prepared and a plan of advertising marked out, ; to bo told what papers you should use, and what tho cost will be, wo will furnish tho advertisement and the plan either or both, and subml t them for your consideration, together with our bill for tho eorvice. OTTAKE NO SUIJSTITUTE.jEJ IPHB THOROUGHLY Cor, . I.ATE ALEXANDRIA'S HOTEL, WIUAR e, RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. For preparing advertiserrjentj, electrotypes and estimates tho advertiser pays us. For the expense of placing advertisements and watching the fulfillment of contracts we are paid by a commission allowed by tho publisher of tho paper la which tho advertisement appcurs. nil the ins and outs of advertising without any cost or trouble, read VniNTBits' Ink rogularly, carefully. studiously; Issued weekly, 2 a year. If you wish a complcto catalogue of all newspapers, send $5 for the American Newspaper Directory. for any further Information address flfifffigta W. L. DOUGLAS THE Rates $2.50 Per Day. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousLOUISVILLE, KY. W. E. LOGAN, Manager. A. W.Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Mai shall, Clerks. Wm. The Secret of Sara's Youthful Appear ance. ever-youthf- ul P2' B Jl la HgToHlG It is surprising that people will uso a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English one for tho samo money. Dr. Acker's, English pills and aro a positive cure for nil liver troubles. They aro small, sweet, easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by G.;W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and .Witt & Mcador, Hardinsburg, Ky. sick-headac- Elizabethtown's trusteo have Biied tho Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern railroad for $200,000 damages, alleged to have been suffered by tho town in tho removal of the company's machine iSffiU 1 lit Worst Form. apTho secret of Sara's UeNTOK, Laf. Co., Wis., Deo., "80, pearance, she says, is an "eau sedative," Ilav. J, O. Bergen vouches (or the foUonlng! with which sho is bathed when very tir- James lloooey, who was soifering from Vitus Us worst ed. After being sponged with the liquid Danes Inby severalform for about W years, was physicians without effect, treated sho is dried with a very lino soft towel, two battles of l'aiior Koonlg'i Nerve 'ionic cured bitn. nnd so much refreshed docs sho feel that Tipton, Mo., March 2, 1801. she can fall nslcop at once, even aftortho My daughter was taken with catalepsy when Hero is about 3 or i years old; wo tried different modi, most exciting of performances. effect. It Is now about 2 yean Two class but withouttaking Fastor Koenlg's Nervs tho wonderful "eau 'sedative." slnoo she beaan Tonlo and sho ounces of spirits of ammonia, two ounces ease slneo thathas not had an attack of the disO. DUKI1KH, tlnio. spirts of camphor, ono nnd n half cups of fiT. Maut'b, Ky Oct. 7. "DO. sea salt, two cups of alcohol. Put all inI hereby testify that Pastor Koeulg'f Nerve to a quart bottlo and fill with boiling Tonlo curod a girl of my congregation of hi Vitus Dance, and a married lady of sleepless. water. It must bo shaken when used. IlKV, VUh. F1UIMONT. sss. It leaves the skin smooth and soft and Vnlnable nook en Nervous A lg 13 Ij Discuses sent free to say address, renders tho rfesh firm. It is also s FiM'W' f sua poor psusnu csn also obtain La La this ineillcliio free of cliarse. against wrinkles. A Trifle Qowipy I Tbls remedy ban been prepared by tun Reverent in Louisvillo Post. Pastor KoenlK.ct Fort WsTiie.lnd. since itfW. and 1 WHY IS THE Oasleh. C. II. l'uMi'iiunY, Ureckonriilgo Co If you want to learn GEO. P. ROWELL. & Newspaper Advertising 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. Bureau, C. J ,eaasy'n'-- Wtrr-ft It Is a seamless shoo, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt the fecti inado ot the best flne calf, styllh and easy, and because ire mala mors thott of fii. graile than any ottier vianufactuter. It equals hand sowed shoes costing from SI.UU to 83 IX). the finest calf C U0 (icniiluo llaud-sont'-for 85.(U equals French shoe ever onTered Imported shoes which cost from t3.0to tilM. d Welt Miao, lino calf, tHA. eo stylUu, comfortablo nnd durable. The best I shoo over offered at tbls price i same grado as custoshoes costing from to to t'JW. CO 30 1'ollco KIiori Farmers, ltallroad Men ? andLetterCarrlersall wearthemi flnocalf, seamless, smooth Inside, heavy threo soles, cxten slon edge. One pslr will wear a year. SCO "O (Ino cnlfi no better .hoe ever offered at aBsfaa tbls price i ono trial will convince thoso who want a shoe for comfort and service. -- .uu woruiniriiitiira ta mid itronff and durable. Tlinsa snoes nn, verv who have given them a trial will wear no other make. nun boys ai.7,1 scowi sn'ws are everywhere) theysell worn DUYO B'.uuby the vu luuir mcrus, n. uiu lucrcusuig luuca uuw. shoe, best 83. 0 Iliiml-apnc- d I Mongols, verstyllshi equallFrcncb Imported shoes cosUng from f 1.00 to SOJid. l,nillc 2,30, SJ.00 nnd SI. 73 shoe for Misses are the best flne Uongola. Stylish and durable. (,'nullon. See that V. I Douglas nsmo and price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe. W. U UOUOLAS, Brockton, Mais. S3 SHOE BEST SHOE llnud-Mowe- IN THE WORLD FOB THE MONEY? cen?eWn CASLER Tolephono 449, Ring 4. THE LOUISVILLE & & PUMPHREY, LOUISVILLE, KY. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. Pa d, 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. SL LOUIS AIR LINE. HO m-made (JO (L. E. & ST. L. R. BANK OF $2 SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO a HAHDINSBUHG Capital Stook $25,000, krlloe baUICS St, Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. 16 AND ALL POINTS West and Tiine-Car- POH 8AUH I3V BOWMER &. HAMBLETON CLOVERPORT' KY. d in Effect Dec,I ! D. F. HEARD, President. KOENIQ MEO.CO., Chicago, III. DoWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses the 'TrnsH T.iver Powder the Great Gnrmiin Sold brDrorslit at I per Bottle. 0fer8& IteineTly Is suro to give satisfaction, be- blood, increases tho appetite and tones up tho system. It has benefitted many Large tfize,lll.70. 0 Uottlos for 80. ware of imitations. Price 25c. A. H. people who havo suTered from blood fisher. Palo, delicate women should uso Yucadisorders. It will help you, Sold by G. tan Chill Tonic. rrlcoCOc. shirt, it is the beet. W. Short. Buy tho Monarch i snow prvptred under bis direction by the DoWitt's Investigate their merits. Littlo Early Hisors don't Rripc, causo nausea or jmin, which accounts for their G. W. Short says they popularity. would not, run a drug storo without theso ttle pills. Lv. Louisville Mi a.m...9;00 p.m..,4il0 p.m. ..,7:35 " Arr St. Louis 7:45 ....9:50 p.m. Kvamvilio 2:25 " Fo further Information, oll on or address, JOS.S.ODIORNE, Oen'I Fan. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, ' WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Caihler, o.vr. beAmd - MORRIS KSKRIDQK R. M. JOLLY, J i -- Directors Trar. l'apg'r Ag't, Loulivllle, Ky INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS