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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891110401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - "J- Borne Ftota Worth Knowing, That the NKWS goes Into 1,5m iiunlllvs ever) week. It rend It) It Ik the ronsitm 7,500 consumers vrsjou WHlit In rt.icli. Talk Id thoin thrmiKli these column. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEK 4, 1891. V rf To ImproT. Tonr lulnw Stir yourself. Stir your help, f your customer! through thti vcrtisinp; column of thlt paper, v Don't let up, but keep everUltlnjf VOL XVI. ,: NO. 14. Wo arc now closing out our lino of r AFTER ALL BIG FIRES. MEN A Man A log Has to Live Before He Learns coilrt-hous- OTHERS BACK OF IT. Jim. Richardson Sizing Up tho Divine WHO MAY BE SEEN IN THE RUINS OF A CONFLAGRATION. a y yyy . V V A v TO GRIND CUSTOM WHEAT As it is our special' desire to we now offer to please the-fanner- grintl Custom Wheat on every FridayftDSaturday In each week in lots not less than We will tako one-sixt- Bix bushols. h for toll and give all the Flour the wheat makes after tho On any other toll is taken out. day we will have to exchange flour for wheat. Believing that this plan will t suit the people, we hope to receive the patronago of all. IRVINGTOH NlllLfKGCO., IRVINGTON, KY. V. K "V1 " ,".'- - V ,,V" " '. . His Room's Crowded. Everybody Satisfied, and Many Praiio Him. .. DR. B. REA, Celebrated Specialist, And in clmrgo of tho Electrical and Sur-- giuil Department of tho Medical Insti-- . tnto, Louisville, Ky., will bo at tho CLOVERPORT . HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., Monday, Oct. 12. '91 And Upturn Uvery Four Week During tin) Your. Similes Things Hiippnn Tluit Ordinary J'eniile Would Nevttr Dreurti About. The Work Tluit I'lrcmen, I'ollcnmeii, rutriiltnen nml AilJiintcrs'Do, After tle firo is over, what then? Tho average citizen bees only a heap of smoking ruins and thinks that nothing re mains to be done lint to clear them away uiiu uuitu uuuw uiu 10 me tiiuiiiu'U tbo details of tin work are manifold. There are four bodieH of men actively concerned with the ruins. First, the flreiufu They distrnst tho red dragon, fie may bo lurking under any of the heaps of bricks, ready for a fresh outbreak So they do what they call overhauling. They turn over all the smoking piles and drench tho embers and wet dowti the neighboring walls and remain on guard until everything is cold. Sometimes they have to wait nearly a wee, and their work nfter tho tiro is very laborious, as in tho Park placo firo. where so many lives were lost. Three days after tho firo was over there were still fifty firemen at work on the ruins getting out the bodies and watching the place to make sure that no flames would Htitrt up again. Many of these fifty men worked for forty-eighours incewiiutly. with only three hours Intervals for meals At the great firo that destroyed the Havemeyer sugar refinery it was more than a week before tho ruins were cold enough to be safe. Second, the police They protect tho firemen from the crowds of citizens who como to look on ami the property rescued from the rabble who Como to loot. They draw what is called a fire lino about the binning building and keep it up after it is burned till the work of tho firemen is dona Third, tho fire patrol. This is a professional baud of property rescuers, maintained by tho Insurance companies. It was organized forty years ago, and was then composed entirely of members In of tho volunteer fire department. 1803 it was incorporated under a charter which commissioned it to save lives and property at fires.- - In tho first place it really was a patrol, walking about tho streets from 7:30 o'clock each evening till 5:30 o'clock nest morning looking for fires. Now it is called to fires in tho same way as tho regular firo department. Its men used to wear tho sumo uniforms as the firemen, but there was a row over that and now they aro distinguished stripes. d TIIK rillE PATROL. Tho men of tho flro'patrol go out with trucks, one truck from each station. Each truck carries eleven men and axes, ladders, brooms, shovels, crowbars and twenty-fou- r immense tarpaulin coverings, with which tho fire patrol rushes into a building comparatively safe from fire, but drenched with water, and covers J. no patrolmen up tiio goods tliere. usually work under the firemen. For instance, if there is a fire on tho fourth floor they are busy on tho third floor and the floors below covering. up goods with the tarpaulins and removing them ontof tho wuy of water. They also follow tho hoso, lines where these lines tun through buildings not on fire to stop all leaks in tho hoso or sot buckets under the leaks tr protect goods from spray. They can't tell till tho firo is over whether tho property they aro saving is iusured or not; therefore they go ahead without paying nuy attention to the question. Tho fire tmtrol follow tho firemen nnd fix things up, saving all they can for tho insurance companies and stopping all unnecessary damage. When the firemen and police have gone away tho fire patrol stays with the agents of the owners, guarding the goods till tho insurance is settled or the rescued property is removed to a place of safety. After nil is said and done at the fire proper, como tho insurance adjusters poking about tho ruins. This is a small, high priced body of shrewd and experi enced men, whose business is to find out on behalf of the insurance companies how much the loss was. An insnrance adjuster will always tell you that his is a judicial function, just as a district attorney always contends that he is acting judicially, though tho prisoner may not tliinb so., Tho insured 6oldom agtvo with the insurance adjuster. He is sent on behalf of the insurance companies, and is on tho watch for fraud. by-re- says : "Tho sale Tho Cottrier-Jotirnof tho Owcusboro, Falls of Rough and Green River railroad may prove an important fact in Southern and Western railroad circles. Tho men who bought tho road havo already mado known their Intention of extending tho lino to connect with the Chcspcnkc, Ohio and Southwestern nt or near Leilehlleld. This will givo Owensboro another lino into Louisville, with about tho samo mileage, as the Jxniiavlllc, St. Louis and Texas. Tho Work on this extension is to be begun nt once. It is now believed that tho six men who havo gotten possession of tho road, from secured it for tho proposed Indlnunpolis to Chnttanoogn by way of Rockport nnd Owensboro. For some time surveyors bnvo been tit work on tho route, and tho road is a settled fact, ed." Tho promoters have beon seeking an "All right. 1 tun u free iiuin now-noutlet from tho junction nt tho Ohio I, Jedge ?' river to Eastern points. Although tho "Yes." Indinnapolls, Rockport and Chnttanoogn "Ain't married at all V" road is not mentioned in the sale of tho ' 5 "No." road, it is said to bo tho interested party -"Single man, eh ?"-- i to tho deal. This will givo the road to "Yes." Owensboro the local trade of a great ter"Hut I don't feel any younger." ritory, and furnish an important outlet, ' I "I Biipposo not." securing a formidable competitor to ex"Say, Jedgo; I tlunk this nlTair was a isting lines for freight business East, good deal my fault. I got to drinkin n South and West. Tho road was built little too much, and don't reckon I beBolely by Owensboro capital." haved as Ipught." "Why didn't you say so at first ?. "There aro millions in it" snid.a drug"Well, I was sorter and gist w lien asked about Dr. Hull's Cough didn't caro. Say, Jedge, Jest let tho Syrup. Price 23 cts. whole thing go, plenso V" For some timo past l'vo been a then-mati"Can't let it go now. The. decree is I recently tried Salvation Oil rendered." which gave mo almost instant relief. I "Well, can't you 8crntcli.it off?" sincerely recommend it as it has entirely "No; if you want Nan for a wifo cured mo. James Goiumn, Hnlto, Mil. you'll have to marry her." "Well, by jinjo, did you ever hear tho COL. EVANS OUSTED. ' like? And I will I have to tako out licenso jest like I was mnrryin' for the The Assault on the Now Constitution llrbt time ?" Dismissed. nl in tho backwoods of Tunnesseo was crowded. Sam. Hester hnd sued his wife for divorce, and it was expected that tho tUcreo would bo rendered, hence the interest chlblted. Sam. and his wifo, AuntNnn, were well known in tho neighborhood, and "society" was shocked when tho report that tho old man wanted n'divorro found circulation. Tho old man declared that his wife deserted him nnd went to live with her daughter, and tho woman sworo that the old man had driven her away. Tho testimony on each side was unsatisfactory but it could be seen that tho Judge leaned toward old Sam. 'When tho court had been called to order, the Judge said : "Sam, this is a serious nllair." "That's what it is, Jcdge." "You and your .Ufo lived together for thiity yenrs or more 1" "Goin' on thirty-fiv- o yenrs, .ledge." "And you want to quit ?" "That's it, Jedge. Wo havo Blood each other about as long as wo can." "All right, the decree should be grante Sara. The Falls of Rough Road Not Sara Rernhnrdt may bo a great actress Bought Solely For Local probably fiho is. She is uglier than Business. original sin has tliof temper of n fiend, and morals that it Jezebel would carry A HIr 'miller for Ou'onsboro, with a pair, of r out tho back-doo- UiflfM SUMMER LAWNS AND below cost. S - ' m Unrefined, tongs beforo owning. unwomanly, ununreal, clean, this mother of n son whofco father she couldn't swear to if her bouI dependy ed upon it, this triumph of genhiB, wiiw gilded and clover advertising, fortune with uugildcd shame. Tho singe that has had a Mary Anderson lias' no placo for a Sara Hcrnhnrdt. Tho audience that can enjoy tho ono and appreciate tho other hns a range of literary Btiperior to any emergency of earth. Tho concensus of literary opinion in We this neck of the woods is pretty unanimously voiced in tho.soiiUmenta of a gentleman who bought Hcrnhnrdt 'tickets without knowing what he had bought, and left tho thentro without knowing w hat Hcrnhnrdt hnd said : "Well, if Til known alio couldn't speak English, I'll bo d d if T1 paid ten dollars for tickets "Glasgow Tinus. bra-zenr- All things go cheap for cash, nnd especially our Wo must close them out by fall to give room for our GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. 3SJE1W SOTOGK OF GOODS. ' 'rtuBfcMssifc dxpect to handle a lino of goods Hub fall that cannot bo surpassed. Wo havo on hand also, a splendid line of Drugs and Patent Medicines. Como in and givo us a trial, and get a bargain in something you need beforo this opportunity is gone Respectfully, pig-head- c. A medicine to meet tho public favor must necessarily have merit. Lightning Hot Drops has been before tho people for several years and has grown in demand each year. Mr. J. I Goodwin, of Lima, S. C, says : "I have been selling patent medicines for a long time and have handled nearly all kinds, but have never found any remedies equnl tho Lightning Hot 'Lightning medicines. Drops aro wonderful, and has no equal." All druggist sells it and wants you to try it just onco to see. 25 cents and 60 cents bottle". Guaranteed to relieve or money refunded. WITT MEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. o S3 Fastest Train in the World. "Exactly." Man hns to live be"Well, by jings. fore ho lenrns. Say, Jedge, jest havo mo a pa'r of license made out nnd I'll bo dinged if I don't marry her right here." "Marry who ?" Aunt Nan asked. "W'y you honey, of course." "Well, I don't know about that. Parson Uradloy asked mo yesterday if I would marry him when this hero affair was fixed up, and I told him thnt I would be powerful glad of tho chance. Hero ho is now." "Yes, sister Nan, nnd as I have got the licenso all fixed up, tho Jedgo better tie us together right now," Old Sam was so astonished thnt he couldn't say a word, and gaping like a sick chicken, he stood looking on until the ceremony had been performed, and then ho said : g "I'll bo dinged if tills don't beat I ever saw. Preacher como along and snatch a man's wifo right nway from him, nnd yet some folks say that this church business is too slow for them, I gad a man has to live before ho learns." Louisville Times. any-thin- Is Frankfort, Kv., Oct. 27- .- Judge Wnr-re-n Montfort tills afternoon delivered his opinion in tho case of Evans and others for an Injunction to prevent tho promulgation and printing of tho now Constitution. Judge Montfort sustains nil three of tho demurrers presented by Attorney General Hendricks, and holds that the parties have no right to sue, and that such rights only are vested in tho power of tho people Ho further holds thnt tho action is a political matter, and that tho court has no jurisdiction over such matters. f Disea80 which afilict mankind aro duo to disorders I of tho blood. In fact, if tho vital fluid is kept in good condition, tho tendency to nnv disease is lessened A harmless vegetable by remedy, which cleanses tho blood, should be taken occasionally by every one. In tho young, it assists in tho development In tho adult, it of tho body and mind. helps nature to keep up tho equilibrium of strength, which is taxed by tho labor and enrcs of life. To the old nnd those with tho infirmities of age, it is invaluable for its tonic nnd strengthening powers', to prevent diseases which aro so often fatnl to old people. This remedy is Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) It clears out all the germs and poison, nnd builds up tho human organism. Wo will mail frco a valuable book to all applicants. SWIFrSPEQIFIO CO., Atlanta, Ga. Tho "Empire State Express" mado its maiden trip last week with gratifying "'ft success. Its schedule time from this city to Buffalo, four hundred and forty miles, is eight hours and forty minutes. It ran into Buffalo less than two minutes late. The average speed was more than fifty-tw- o The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices miles an hour. Hero amf there tho can be found at train forged ahead at tho rate of seventy miles an hour. Tho Now York Central is to bo congratulated for giving tho public tho fastWe carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture est train in tho world. It is an event in at prices to suit the times. Below wo quote prices of Harness made tho annals of railway travel. from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Llko all other advanced movements it Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, 86.50, $7.50, $9.00 is doubtless destined to bo followed by and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, 81.75, other companies. In duo timo wo mny 2.50, ?3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and 810.00. Wo carry a lino expect theso fiycrs to become ns common as tho "limited" trains now arc." New of Rubber Goods, such as Horso Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Tics, The York Herald. zn m 0 VAMREJETim 3 EVERY FOUR three-fourths. OF The First Symptoms of Death. Tired feeling, dull hcadacho, pains in various parts of tho body, sinking nt tho pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, foverishness, pimples or sores, are all positivo ovidenco of poisoned blood. No matter how it became poisoned it must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English Hlood Elixir has nover failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poison. Sold under a positivo gunranteo by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd Witt & Meador, Hardinsbnnr, Ky. Tho monument to Henry W. Grady 'iffors from many other monuments in being a deserved testimonial to ono whoso genius nnd patriotism was worthy of tho enduring tribute to his memory Covington Common wealth. Cotswoll Wool Plurngs anil Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Hames and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinda of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examine our stock. Louisville, St Louis & Texas R, R, Co. To Advertisers If you wisb nntl need instruction, icnd ono ilollnr for our " Ilook for AilvcrtlKors." A little Btudyof that book will cnnulo you to ilccfdo what you ought to tlo, anil givo an Idea of tho probablo cost. asro. At 5:00 o'clcls TIME SCHEDULE Tuklntr Effect A. JWednezday is. What?" "Tho cold wind, this morning." "So it is, but Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup is all over town too, you can buy it everywhere for 23 cents n bottle. "It is all ocr town I" to advertise July 29. 62 9I Wat Pound Traint Eait Bound Trains Mall d. M "M Kpr's Dally 0 6 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 Mail A 61 The careful mother always keeps Salvation Oil handy. Twenty-llvcents a bottje. o If you instruct u? Uxpr's STATIONS Will Have the Fight of His Life. If Jack. Gross concludes to enter tho raco for Congress in the Fourth District next yenr, Alex Montgomery will havo tho fight of his life to hold bin seat. The man who slapped President Cleveland on tho leg would know tho front namo of every Democrat in tbo district beforo the convention met. Gen, Jack, is a mixer from Mixville. llopkinkHvillo Kentuckinn. A THE ADJUSTERS' WORK. 4 Sjphllis and complications, as sore throat, fall Inf- - of Mir, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc., arc perfectly eradicated without using mercury o other injurious drugs. r Gonnrruhea, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary .and Kidney troubles are Jipeedily cured by treatment that bus never failed, lie undertakes no Incurable cases, but cures thousands given up to die, Itememlier the date and come early, as his rooms are crowded wherever he stops. Consultation free. Correspondence solicited juul confidential, ADD1USSS; Tho serious work does not usually begin till the ashes are cold. Insurance Dr. Ilea has been connected with the largest companies don't take inventories of tho hospitals in the country, and has no superior In property insured nowadays. Tho conillugnoklnu ami treating diseases .ind deformtents of a store are constantly changing. ities, lie will give $50 Tor any case that he cannot tell the disease and where located In five They wait for the insured to muko ont his claim in itemized form. Then they minutes, call for the books nnd tho vouchers. Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Maybe all books and vouchers are burnDiseases, Acute-- and CHRONIC Diseases of tho Eyo, Ear, ed. In that case tho memory of the Nobo, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, owner must do its best to supply tho deliriplifa Disease, Diabetes, Kidneys, ficiency. Frauds ure frequent, nnd tho adjusters Liver, llladdor, Chronic Female and are usually in business for thomwlv.'s Soxual Diseases. not attached to any "particular company, but hired by tho job, just like lawyers or private detectives. They have to keep their eyes wido open. A Positive Guarantee. In cases liko tho Park placo fire, where Men everything becomes a heap of ruins in an Young and Middle-Age- d instant, nnd no books or papers or maSuffering from Spermatorrhea and linpotency as terial ovidenco of any kind is left, tho of self abuse in youth or excess In the result producing; some of adjusters havo to dopend on careful years and other causes, scrutiny of tho itemized claims; but in the following effects: as emissions, blotches, numbers of other cases where tho firo denervousness, dixzlticsi, confusion of Ideas, aversion to society, defective memory and sexual partment docs its work rapidly tho adexhaustion, which unfit the victim for business justers mako most astonishing finds. or marriage, ure permanently cured by remedies After the insurance is settled the not Injurious. ownor of the building puts tho ruins up for sale. 'There aro a number of contractors in tho city who will buy them ori speculation. New York Recorder. Hard C6rner. mm i fits inn ma-tur- Tho ago of no is a hard corner for a womnn to turn, and 35 is still harder. Site feels that slio is fit At leaving her youth behind her. Hut there is no reason why a womnn should bo faded and passo at 1)3, or oven at 45. Tho chief cause of the early fading of American women is found in tho fact that many of them sufler from Botno form of female weakness or disease which robs tho faco of its blooin, draws dark circles about tho eyes, brings early wrinkles; ttnd and stamps tho faco and figuro with signs of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will euro nil thc6o troubles, will bring back tho lost bloom, nnd remove tho pains and ailments which make women glow old before their time. Guaranteed to glvo satisfaction in evcy owe, or prjoo (1.00) refunded. A life-sizo butst of Judge Joseph II. HoocTFSlinD iseases Lowirt, of tho Court of Appeals, is (q bo at his placed by his friends in tho courUiouso old homo in Glasgow. Mkdioai, & SimoioAi, Institute, No, :KH) Fourth St., Louiavilio, Ky. Our Very Best People Confirm our statement when wo say that Dr. Acker'B English Remedy is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for Iho Throat and Lungs. In Whooping Cough nnd Croup, it is magic and relieves at onco. Wo offer you a wimple hottlo free. Remember,' this Remedy Is sold on n positivo guarantee. For Snlo by G. W." SliOrt, Cloverport, Ky., nnd Witt & Meador, HnrdiiiBburg, Ky. That Terrible Cough In tho morning, hurried or difficult breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in tho chest, quickned pulse, chHlucsa in tho o veiling or swciita nt night, all or any of these things aro tho first atages of consumption. Dr, Ackor'a English Cough Remedy will cure theso fearful Bymptoms and is sold under n positivo gunranteo by G, W. Short, Olovorport, Ky., and "Witt it Meador, TIardinsburg, Ky.. for you In the way wo think feeling will do you theruost Rood, you should Lightning stays with impuro blood. Bend an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and mnko Hlood Elixir will thoroughly renovate niiltablo nrranccmonts for payment. General Gross for Congress. Your order will then receho till tho tho system nnd destroys nl bloojl impuattention thut It requires. Juck Gross would be out of his clement in a makes rities. It will mnko you eat. It Conirrckkioti.il race, Covington I'ost. If you wisb A big mistake. He would be juht in tho weak strong. Ploisant to tako. All 7 advertiyerocpt it. Ho would cover more ground nnd druggist sells it. Price 75c. prepared and a plan of advertising seo more people in a day than any three marked out ; to be told what papers It has been decided to hold a national you should use, and vhut tho cost opponents. And Jack has a very fetchwill bo, wo will furnish tho advermilitary encampment in Chicago during tisement and the plan cither or ing way about him. Ho would be tho both, nnd submit them for yourron-- t tho World's Fair. (deration, together with our bill for most troublesomo opponent Alex Monttho service. gomery is likely to have, Owensboro DuWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses tho Messenger. preparing blood, increases tho appetite nnd tones , Ark., up tho system. It has benefitted many Robertson & Jones, .TonoBbo-oelectrotypes and estimates tho For tho cxpenso of wiito: "0. C. C. Certain Chill Cure peoplo who hnvo suffered from blood mucuiK nuvuruscmems anil which gives universal satisfaction." Pleasant disordero. It will help you. Sold by G. tho fulfillment of contracts we or arepnui oy a commission allowed by tojtakc. No cure, no pay. Sold by W. Short. tho publisher of tho paper In which tho advertisement appears. Short & Ilayncs. Elliott King, the noted lender of tho If "0. C. 0. Certain Cough Cure," is Greenback movement in Maine, is dead. to lean? If you not tho best remedy you bnvo ever ubciI all tho Ins and outs of advertising without any cost or trouble, rend for coughs nnd colds your money will be Wo positively guarantee Lightning ViiiNTEns' Ink reirularly, carefully. studiously; issued weekly, $3 a year. Sold by Short it Hnynes. refunded. Hot Drops to euro flux, dysentery, If vou wish a. comnlptn rntjilnmin nf diarrhcae, cramps, cholera infantum, and all newspapers, sond $5 for tho American Newspaper Directory. Now is Kentucky's Chance. all pains, external or intend. Will reFor any further Information address Every business man in Louisvlllo fund tho money in every caso that relief GEO. P. ROWELL. Sr should tako an interest in tho Commer- is hot given when used according to diNewspaper Advertising Bureau, cial Club's effort to work up n Stnto sen- rections. Can anything bo fairer ? 25 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. timent in favor of an impropriation for and 50 cents. For sale by all druggist. an exhibit at tho World's Fair. KenJoseph Howx'll, a Missouri school tucky should havo a hundred thousand with which to make a Butiablo display. teacher, has been sentenced to death at Thero is not a Stato in tho Union with Trenton. lie murdered a widow ami moro intrinsic wealth, with moro mlner-n- l her four young children and then fired Headquarters for - . and timber resources, with moro agri- tho hqubo. cultural and live stock possibilities. And Investigate their niorits. DoWitt's yet there is not a Stato in tho Union Little Early Risers don't gripo, causo which has been so poorly advertised except in tbo matter of live stock. With nausea or pain, which accounts for their Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Micu G, W, Short says thoy igna Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil millions upon millions of dollars' worth popularity. would not run a drug store without of valuable minerals under our mounby the Barrel, Plas'er Hair, l tains wo nru unknown to tho world ns n these ttlo pills. & mineral State. Now is our chance to Diphthorhi is prevalent to nn alarming Tho word will bo at mako a Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring Chicago, let us havo an exhibit thero extent in Franklin, lud., and tho city Orders ackept on hand, that will show tho world how great wo schools hnvo been closed for tho precompanied by cash prompt sent. That to placo a certain amount of ailvcr-tisln- tc 25itn 40 20 21 30 47 67 01 0S 17 UU0 Dally SUitin Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 1 lift 8 20 Kentucky St. 12 60 Kxpr's Rxpr'. Dally Dally U (flnm 'jai 918 t)2rt 9 44 la' 0 38 962 1001 1010 1018 102(1 10 33 20 West Point Howard llock Haven Lonp Ilranch Hraiulenlnirir Meade Springs Kkron Ouston IrvlnBton 8 60 12 lUpm 12U7lm ll&Jun 11 4J 1133 1128 11 810 8b7 764 7 7 7 7 47 37 32 20 1123 1111 (fi 48 1037 835 8 4I 862 860 !)W Webster S(...,nlc 1065 10 717 667 6 48 6 3M 6 81 62(1 I'krte 012 910 938 9.50 111 931 For advertiscrprjiy, 1(1 1010 1010 10 20 10 27 10 14 want 1058 1108 1120 1120 1138 1155 118 1205pm 126 12 20am 140pm Cajce 1162-n- i . I.ewfsport 1210pm l'owers 1223 l'ntes 1232 Owensboro 1241 Mattinirly 1252 Stanley 1U2 Worthlnirton SiKitUvllle 1041 1046 1048 1102 1107 1118 1127 1134 1141 1145 Stiphensporl Addison Molt Cloverport 1033 1020 1022 1010 619 C14 l!awesille l'ttrlc ImiIcoii Sklllman Shops lOlfi 1001 9 47 938 9 20 9 24 9 20 611 567 662 6 41 631 6 22 6Ut 4 40 4 37 4 28 4 1', 4 06 913 866 8 42 616 612 833 819 810 8 00 7 42 7 31 Iv ar.llcnders'n llasketts 343 3 41 3 33 720am 3 20pm Loufsvi'le,Hardinsburg& Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. R. R. C., TAKING I KFFECT JULY 20, I 1801. j GREGORY & CO., Reapers and Mowers, Pine Poplar. Shingles West Hound Trains Mast Hound Trains Dally Dally Dally Dally ex Sun. ex bun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 I No. 0 11 SOtin I.v IrvliiL-toAr 9 45am 1210pm 8 31 Garheld A 10 12 25 i Harned ,aI n 12 45 1 18 HardlnsburfT J 4 132 lolly 163 Glcmlcane 2 05 Dempster 2 30pm ar KallsltouRli lv 3 15 Uockvnle 327 Ituth 337 Asklns 362 Oaks Kirk 7 45 7 00 063 6 21 6 00 6 31am 65 4 41 4 436 415 30ninAr KordsvilleLvJ 4 00am !Sv5ncwsS tcn-strlk- H&Eff. i '8 ly Blind. Peoplo with impuro blood may bo said to oxlst, not live. Lifo is. robbed of half its joys when tho blood is loaded with Correct this impurities and disease condition with DoWltt's Snrsaparilla, it by G. W. Short. is rclhtblo.-S- old Don't storm tho Bystcm as you would a fort. If hold by tho cnomy, constlpntion, gontly ' poraundo it to Biirrondor with DoWitt's Little Early Risers. These little pills aro wonderful convlneers. Sold by G. W. Short. Apsmphletof Information oeuiH andWMsVerHabllia cured at homo with outptln. Uookotpsr. tlcuUrssent t'KKE. KM.WOOI.LKV.M.I1. M WhiUAall ur. unn or ids) laws. Mowing how lai uitcais, lunula JTU.M tnuii, inprrianu. ttni n&4 . JJr4 MUNN 00,.41 Broadway, adb-- v38l ir. p,pmmiuipni inpKwnwwywptpyi,iMinii.iiiniimii iwigui' nn rfK. ECKENRIDGE NEWS. fewCS' SiJia " WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1801. I . JJfO. D. A VIHOIL G. BAimAOK, Kdltor and Proprietors. SPECIAL. If you ' GLORIOUS larg- & L. St. li. Ac T. Iiscalfme Card. Mall and Express going East 10.05 a.m. " " " West -- U.07 a.m. Kxpreil 5.SS n.m. Suit ' 9 27 p.m. " West Looal Freight 11.19 a.m. East " " West -- 10.0& a.m. want full value for your hard earned money, buy only at the Mammoth. r FOR THE FARMERS OF KENTUCKY. We have the "' w r ' Elections were - hold in Massachusetts, New York, Ohio and Iowa yesterday. Kev. "Wolf preached a very fine last Sunday, in fact all of his mons arc good. uer-iri- est stock at the lowest prices ever known on earth. Tho Mammoth Shoo and Clothing Company, whoeo cntablishmeut is tho prido of every Kcntuckian's heart, and tho shopping headquarters of Tobacco Growers, Stock Men, Farmers and Allinjicomen, is offering this Fall tho most superb Btock of Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings over seen in tho West or South. NEWS W0RKINGMEN with Goodman & Klein Should deal Because they sell Goods cheap. " ser& GOME TO TOWN AND SEE US. For a few days you can "procure tho most extraordinary bargains ever offered on earth. Come now I - . . MM . . i . M . ,, l. f . ,,M Original and Elegant designs in V -- ' The people of Loltchflcld havo subscribed $1,400 for the purposo of boring a well for natural gas. Gov. JJrown has refused to grant a pardon to llumo Clay, the forger, serving a sentence of ten years in the penitentiary. Come now 1 MEN'S CLOTHING. Unique and beautiful patterns in - . Men's Fine Clothing. 812 and $14 Suits and Overcoats $15 and $16 Suits $18 and $20 Suits - Boys and Children. Special to Mail Order Customers. With every order amounting to $10 Meriwether, of this State d celebrated his birthday at his home in Louisvillo last Friday. lie is in splendid health and bids fair to live out the century. ninty-sccon- and Overcoats at $9.98 at $11.98 at $14.98 at $17.98 at $19.98 at $24.98 Boys' and Youths' Long Pant Suits, in great variety, at $3.50, $4, $5, $6, $7, $8, $9, $10, $12. $15. BOYS' CLOTHING $1.25 and Up. Thk Owensboro Messenger sayB that Governor Brown has nover intimated to his most intimate friends that ho has any intention of becoming a candidate for United States Senator. A vkiiy handsomo and newsy edition of the Owerishord Inquirer appcard last Sunday. The new.managemcnt is to bo congratulated. They aro doing some good work and issuo an excellent paper every day at the small price of 10 cents per week. v and Overcoats $20 and $22 Suits and Overcoats $23 and $25 Suits and Overcoats $28 and $30 Suits and Overcoats Neokwear, Colli-n- I Shirts, Suipendera, Shoes, Uats, etc. for Ladlei at 40 per cent, loner prices than any nther house in the West. Boy now. Come and get tho biggest bargains of your life, o write fur catalogue. KLEINHA.NS & SIM0N30N. for Men, Hoys and Children, and Shoe , or over, accompanied by tho cash, wo will send in the parcel, in the original package aa they came by ship and rail from Toklo, Japan, a half dozen cups and a half dozen saucers, beautifully decorated. Illustrated cataloguo free. This ofler is open for ten davs only. Klelnhans & Children's Short Pants Suits, beautiful patterns, handsome styles, $1.49, $1.78, $L98; $2.25, $3 and up. Jersey Suits , $3.24, $3.49, $3.98, $4.98 and up. Kilt Suits, Jersey Kilts, 3 piece Suits, Overcoats, etc., at tho lowest prices in Louisville. Hunting Coats and Boots, Riding Suits, Working Suits, Dress Suits, Waterproof Coats, Underwear of every grade, White Shirts, Flannel Shirts, In fact everything that Men, Hoys and Children wear. Send fur illustrated catalogue. Our Motto: The best Goods in the for the least money. mar-k- et y Goodman & Klein. Simonson. K.LEINHANS & SIMONSON. .Elegant Neckwear. -. .- ' -- - ,4V- ,.Many a poor fellow got swamped on 'thoseluig land sales at Middlcsborough, KyjUwo years ago, when they paid $400 'afoot for land. You can buy. all you want there now at $15 and thoso who went in the boom will never catch even. trict Attorney Jolly had succeeded in getting his son appointed to a paying position in tiio Louisville But it turns out that the appointment was given to Mr. Everetto Jolly, son of fl. 1. Jolly, of Hardinsburg. Post-ollice. MAMMOTH SHOE AND CLOTHING CO. 424 to 434 West Market Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. one, and his extreme ngo dosn't stand in his way. On the trial ho flatly refused to employ any counsel to defend him, V, fJ.IIAHHAUE Editor saying that ho was too poor and had no money. At the samo time the county L, K. & W. TIME TABLE. records showed that ho held a mortgage OOIHQ WEST. loan of $400, and rather than give up a Passenger Dally orr. Hardinsburg..! 2:05 p.m. cent of this to employ a lawyer, he let OOINQ IU8T. Passenger Daily arr. Hardinsburg.. 8:55 a. in tho State's Attorney havo tho caso and when tho jury heard the evidence they Sewing machino repairs at T. C. Lewis. soon returned tho above verdict. Miss Annie James is visiting in the BRANDENBURG. city. Mr. George Chick was in tho city last To the wife of J. K. Ditto, a boy. week. Henry Ditto is at home on a visit to Watches, clocks and jewelry at T. O. his mother. Lewis. Deo Pusey went to tho city Sunday to Mr. A. X. Kinchcloe was in the city remain a fow days. Sunday. Father O'Conner, Paynesvllle, was in The grand jury returned sixteen in- the city Saturday. dictments. Mrs. Sue Ritchie, of Paynesvllle, was All kinds of jewelry of the best quality in town on business Wednesday. T. O. Lewis' Misses Jennie and Cora Henry, Ray-noMiss Lillie Scott is visiting Mrs. Hardcarao up Saturday shopping. in near Itosctta. Mrs. J. D. Hardin and son, Guy, visitMrs. James Lewis, of Cloverport, is ed friends in Paynesville Sunday. visiting in the city. Mrs. Hardaway, of near Bcwleyville, Capt. Wm. Vest, Cloverport, was in was in town shopping Wednesday. the city last week. Messrs. Abo Ditto, Sr., and J. S, More-me- n Mrs. Eliza Taylor was visiting here last went to Louisville Wednesday. Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. Hull, David and Homer Hunt, Go to T. C. Lewis for anything you of Woodland, were in town Wednesday. want in the jewelry line. Mr. J. B. Withers and son, Hart, of Bom, to tho wife of Mr. Frank lias-wel- l, Muldraugh, visited our city Wednesday. last Monday, a boy. Miss Virdio Moremen,of Hardinsburg, llensley, Jolly & DeJernette havo a visited her sister, Mrs. Thos. Ditto, last largo supply of drum stoves. week. All kinds of repairs of watches, clocks, Mr. Thos. Ditto went to Frankfort last jewelry, etc., at T. C. Towis'. Tuesday to visit his old classmate, Gov. Miss Clyde Kigle, of Greenville, is Brown. visiting Miss Blanche Beard. The many friends of Judge Woolfolk Sewing machine needles, shuttles, belts will bo please to know that ho is improving. rubbers, etc., at T. O. Lewis'. want a nice parlor Move call on Miss Mary Pusey came homo Friday If you night and .spent a few days with her llensley, Jolly & DeJernette. Mrs. Lulla Busho's, little daughter, has parents here. boon quite ill for several days. Mrs. Van Kirk and Mrs. Abo Gross, of Hosetta, was visit- Miss Bates, of Gamettsvillo, spent Weding Mrs. 11. V. Beard's family last week. nesday in our burg. Messrs. J. D. Hardin and II. C. Raw-linMr. Wm. II. Bell, wifo and children spent Friday at Paynesville, where left Monday morning to visit relatives tho latter held court. in Illinois. Dr. Lon Moorman and Hugh Ditto Mr. Sam. Carlton and wifo, Hosetta, wero visiting Mrs. Witt last Saturday camo down from Louisvillo aud spent Sunday ut their homes. and Sunday. Lewis Divino was lodged in jail here Mr. Wm. Hardy aud wife, of Lexington, Ind., wero in tho city last week last week for having been caught with a pistol in his quart pocket. visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. Monroe. Miss Eva Herndon camo homo from C. Lewis has every Don't forget that T. thing pertaining to tho Horological rt. Shelbyville Friday and stayed over Sunday with her parents here. Call on him and see hit now outfit. Saturday was tho lost day of grace, and If you want to cook a good meal try of tho celebrated O. K. ranges. For both the sheriffs were kept pretty busy one all day writing tax receipts". sido by llensley, Jolly & DeJernette. A Hollow'een party at Mr. Zack Ilern-don- 's In the suit of Hicks against Kichard Saturday evening made the time May, for damages, tho jury after hearing brought in a verdict for de- fly rapidly for tho young folks. the ovidence Quarterly meeting was hold hero Satfendant May. llensley, Jolly & DeJernette keep the urday and Sunday. Rev. Browder, P. largest and most complete lino of stoves K, of Elizabethtown, presided. of all kinds in town, and at prices that Herndon McGcheo, Irvington, was will pleaso all. visiting at his uncle's, J. A. McGehee, in Mr. J. II. Wohler, Hook & Co's., mil- the Bottom Saturday and Sunday. ler, went to Grandvicw last Saturday. Dr. Burch, Romy Burch and J. E. It is surmised that ho will return y Brown, Paynesville and W. K. Vessels, bringing with him his young bride. of Ithodelia, wero in tho city Saturday. On account of the Farmer's Institulo Another largo crowd was in tho city to bo held at Toblnsport, Ind., on NovSaturday and the merchants wero all ember 1.1th, and 14th. Tho L., II & W., busy. Talk about this town being dead will sell tickets from tho following staGeorgo W. Chick, of Mt. Sterling, was tions to Cloverport on November 13th good to return until the 10th : Garfield in the city Saturday circulating among Hardinsburg his old friends. He is looking well, and $1.45 J Harned $1.55 ; overybody was glad to seo him, 1.70. Tho Hardinsburg editor is entirely Old man Hen Ike Blair was tried in mistaken, when ho infers that it will tho Circuit Court last week and got It is eighteen months in the penitentiary lor rain at tho end of this dry spell. sticking his knife into Owen Seaton at not likely to rain until the moon changes Charles II. Drury, near Bowleyville, The Cloverport last August election. old man is sixty years old and tried to discovered his barn to bo on firo last look tho perfection of innocence whilo Tuesday morning, and whilo running to ho sat before tho jury. Ho swore ho was it fell and broko his leg. His sister who not guilty and asked for mercy. But was with him, ran on and extinguished thoso who know Blair, say that when tho flames before thoy had done much he gets a little worked up ho is a had damage. HAHDINSeURG DEPARTMENT. n, grand-daughter, gs to-da1 There's lots of art in Neck-dressin- g. We ' can give you a few points both in styles and prices. x Jtjr ,.:$ It was reported last week that Dis- Thehe was a pile of money bet, won and lost on the election in New York yesterday. As goes New York, so goes the country in '02. The Democrats can win without the suite, but it would be a little easier sailing to be assured that we cDiikl get it. Ik pardoning young Elisha Wuraica, Gov. Brown did a humane act, and one that meete the approval of all good citizens in Meade county. The young man was at Brandenburg Monday very happy and was thanking everybody ho met for their kind interest taking in his behalf. Gov. Brown can count on his friendship. AViik.v Jim. Blaine got back to Washington the other day, tho big pot was put in the little ono and a merry old time was had in a quarter section of the Republican camp. Blaine's return in tho picture of health set all tho political tongues wagging about his chances for President next year, and now they do say they intend to run him or sink the ship. Well let him come and here's to Grover and tho baby, that he's badly licked. Is the Stato Farmer's Alliance Convention, which meets in Elizabethtown some time this month, is to bo discussed the all important question, whether that body shall form a party of its own, stick to tho Democratic party, or ignore poli-- , tical parties altogether. The fact is every tub should stand on its own bottom. History, though brief, has proven to the members of tho Alliance, that politics is a very uncertain quantity, and If they arc going over their to discuhs that subject it will bo time wasted. Somi: of Mrs. John Birchcr, who has been ill for several weeks, died Sunday night, she leaves a husband jind seven children to mourn her loss. Messrs. Clyde Stith, of Vino, Grove, and Chas. Moorman, of Big Spring, spent Saturday and Sunday in our burg, guests II. C. Rawlings' family. Mr. A. W. Moremen visited his broth Air. Chas. Drury, last week. Tho latter had the misfortune to fall and break an anklo last Monday. Dr. C. C. Sherrill, who died at his home in Garnettaville Monday, was buried with Masonic honors, the member of this lodgo conducted the services. Rev. James Fontaine, of Texas, and sister, Mrs. Lent Dooley, aro visiting their nephew, Mn Mascna Fontaine. This is Mr. Fontaino's first visit here for over forty years. He preached several interesting sermons here last week at the Methodist church. The dyptheria aud scarlet fever scaro is causing a dropping off in (ho attendance at tho city nchools. There aro several cases of theso diseases in the city, but, as yet. none are considered dangerous. Tho bounteous crops of this season aro rapidly disappearing in this county by being fed to stock that would otherwise starve on account of all pastures being completely burned up. Tho drought is positively getting to ho a serious matter here. Tho dust, which had accumulated to a considerable depth, was scraped off tho raco track last week, and it is now in splendid condition. If the Moorman's keep on improving this track as they have been, by next season it will not be surpassed by any track in tho-Stat- with an ax before giving tho knife thrust County Judge II. O. Rawlings was tho first man here to get "muddled " on tho now constitution. In a case for the possession of property down at Paynesville last Friday, ho instructed tho jury that two-thirof them agrecjngcould render a verdict. After returning home he discoverec that it took an act of tho Legislature to make such a thing possible, and that such act had not yet been passed, consequently it was necessary for him to set aside the verdict thus made. Whilo it is a little amusing, tho Judge cannot bo blamed for this error. Tho mistake is a natural one, and many such and many others will be made all over the Stato before this "new fangled thing " is entirely straightened out. Tho trouble is just beginning. . . - - We cater to all classes and treat everybody alike. UNION STAR. Mr. Kassar, of Louisville, was in town Saturday. Mrs. Minnie O'noil visited her sister at Derby Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Roberts attended church here Sunday. Miss Emma English was the guest of Miss Minnie lloyle Sunday, Miss Jennie Baker returned Mondav after a visit to relatives in Owensboro. Mr. Hugh Ackermnti,- - of Rome, Ind., was tho guest of Miss Haynes Sunday. Mrs. F. W. Basham, of Sample, was the guest of Mrs. R. G. Ricketts Thurs- day. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Milner Bpent Sunday in Robert's Bottom, the guests of Mrs. L. B. Helm. Misses Sara E. and Cora Richardson spent Friday witli their aunt, Mrs. J. T. Hanks, Stephensport. was called to Mr. D. S. Richa-idsoLouisvillo last week by the serious illness of his grand child. Misses Edna Davis and Lillian Peters, of Concordia, wero guests of Miss Malis-s- a Cash man last week. Rev. R. W. Browder assisted by Rev. Styles conducted Quarterly meeting services last Saturday aud Sunday, Mrs. D, S. Richardson is at homo after a two month's stay in Louisville with hor son, Mr. E. A. Richardson. Misses Mattio Milner and Lena Richardson wero gucsta of Mrs. R. W. Vaugh- an, Robert's Bottom, Saturday. Mrs. W. T. Tevis and daughter, Myra, returned to their homo in Richmond, Ky., last weelt afer a visit to her sister, Miss Mata Root. Mrs. W. M. Frymiro and son, Robert, and Mrs. Cunningham, of Chenault, were guests at Mr, D. S. Richardson Saturday and Sunday. A ' ii -' tho state papers aro giving General Gross a boom for Congress in this district. Wo suspect that it is without tho knowlcdgo or consent of tho GenWo know Jack Gross well eral 'too. enough to say for him that ho doesn't want to go Congress. It is quite true that this county should furnish somo man to make the race next year, but wo seriously doubt whether General Gross If ho could be induced to make it. should consent to enter the race, our friend Alex, will havo the liveliest little tight ho has ever had. How's This 1 We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward foranycaso of Catarrh that can not bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo,. O. We, tho undersigned, havo known F. 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholcsalo Druggist, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinnan it Marvin, Wholesalo Druggist, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. I'rico 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggist. J. Cheney for tho last Dr. John M. Hardin has bought two yoke of oxen and is going to haul saw-log- s to the new mill. Ho wants all his friends that may bo interested in his welfare, to know that the cursing will bo dono in Spanish. It sounds much milder and smoother than brusque English oaths and has the same effect upon the ox. "News has reached the city of tho death of Thomas Miller, a young man that was raised here, in Arkansas. He was foully murdered as ho was riding along a public road by a band of negroes who" fired upon him from ambush. Several balls passed through his body and produced death instantly. Tho negroes had been discharged from a cotton plantation on which Miller was overseer. Tho negroes resisted arrest and two of them wero killed outright and the others lodged in jail. Tho building of a now jail in Meado county is no joke. It is beginning to bo seriously talked of, and tho chances are tliat the next grand jury will condemn that thing that is now used for a jail but can hardly bo called such. There is no doubt about a new jail being greatly needed, and the county is in good shapo to build one, so let it he dono by all means. Real estate transfers havo been lively in the county within tho last fow days. Tho most Important wero thoso of J. W. Newton to Jcbso ABhcraft, ono hundred acres for a consideration and eighty-flv- o of $4,000 j Mrs. Fanny II, Board to D. O. Gray, ono hundred acres, consideration $1,400 and James S. Woolfolk to Mrs. Fanny II, Board, ono hundred and Ave acres for $1,500. - ' HARRY GUENTHER 401-4- 07 & BRO., East Main St., - EOhllfcTIESFrom I to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS. Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leathor Belting, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machino Supplies. PRICES and all business guaranteed to ho satisfactory. Commendable. Correspondence solicited. All claims not consistent with tho high character of Syrup of Figs aro purposely TJS .A. avoided by tho Cal. Fig Syrup Company. It acts gently on tho kidnoys, liver and NOTICE. bowels, cleansing the system effectually, This Is to notify the public thas J. F. Clay, TO and makes no comb, of Lodlburg, Is no longer our agent and but it is not a cure-al- l accounts pretensions that every bottle will not Is not autborlted to collect aDy of our 3c or notes. J. E "Keith Son. substantiate. SEE AGAIH AS IN YOUTH I WANTED. Any family wanting a pleasant homo and work for children Jtrora 14 to 20 years GIVE O-AILi- L. NOTICE of age, (females preforred) can bo suited at Grahamton, Meado county,4whero tho A Big Concern. Tho Farmers aud Laborers store in this place has been sold to tho National Union Company, of Chicago, a concern with, a capital of $15,000,000, which is getting possession of all tho Farmers 5toreBin tho Btato for tho purposo of placing them under tho control of ono heftuancTadding largely to tho stock heretofore carried. Tho present force of theBtdre heretw'lll remain in chargo un til January .1,' and probably no change hclby Now-will ho nwle Ia"the force. work is in the cotton mill at that place. Elisha L. Warnica, who was sent up For particulars write to from hero last February for a term of Tho Grahamton M'f'g Co., two years for killing John Rese, was Grahamton, Meade, county, Ky. pardoned last week by Gov. Brown, and arrived at homo Saturday. To say that " ho looked as woll pleased as if ho wero McElree's Wine of Cardul just out of jail," hardly expresses it. and THEDFORD'S aro His petition for pardon was signed by for ealo by tho following merchants in most all tho prominent and influential Breo'ienridge County s men in this portion of tho county, and Joist W, Owen Cloveroort 0. W. Short, Cloverport. most overybody thinks the governor did Drashear 3c Lay, Stephensport. a just act by giving him his liborty, It Witt 3c Meador, Ilardlnsburg, will be remembered that ho was struck J, J. Severs, Union Star, T laVaVavflr'&IPeaBiHB THESE WONDERFUL LENSES f, Aro tho robultctveurH of scientific and mo now plucod, owinc to tlipir superiority, preeminently nbovo every tlilnjr h'irotnforo prodnopd In tlifs lino. 'ill y aro ncknowlodRod, by exports to bo (no ilncHt nnd most porioctly constructed Lonsos KNOWN, and aro pocullnrly adapted tocnrrootlnutho varloim visual Imporfoo-tlon- s, A trial of thn K0HIN00FI will rivlnoa you thny nro PERFECT CICHT flCN.WEKS. oxpor-Imrntlnf- Etery Pair Warranted. For Halo by A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician Prescriptions Reeelve Oarefol Attention. OLOVKHTORT, KY, TAXPAYERS ! All parties owing: me Taxes must pay them by the 15th of No vember, 1891. I will have to levy-oall not paid by that time. W. I. RAMSEY, n V " D. S. B. 0. r - t,i. , 5UPfEQS i.VWr.l .SJWaRSllim Mr. Geo. E. Chick and wife, who have o n spending several weeks with relatives hero and in other sections of tho county returned to their homo in Mt. Sterling, last Fiiday. Mr, G. Weathcrholt, ono of tho most successful fanners of Tobin's Bottoms, accompanied by A. F. Leaf, was transacting business in Cannolton last Saturday. Cannolton Enquirer. Tho Breckcnridgo Lodgo of K. of P's gavo a splendid entertainment in their lodgo rooms Monday night to their members and a few invited guests. It was a very happy occasion for all present. Mrs. Mary Hale, of Ilawesville, Ky., will institute suit ayainst (ho Evansvillo Courier Company, through her attorney, Arthur F. Funkhouser, of tho Cannolton bar, in tho United States Court, at its next term, for$f0,000 damages for libel. Cannolton Telephone. Guess at the number of seed in the pumpkin in Goodman & Klein's show window. With dveiy $2 worth of goods and over you aro entitled to a ticket and the person guessing nearest to tho number of tho seed in tho pumpkin will get the dressing case now xm exhibition at Goodman & Klein. our store. The pumpkin will bo opened Dec. 23. There is no excuse for tho Farmer's if they do not attend the Institute at as wo sco by tho program that free board and lodging for both peoplo aud their teams will be furnilshed by tho citizens. This is a stroke of enterprise on tho part of Tobinsport that would toe well to bo heeded by other and larger places. Cannelton Enquirer. Dr. J. T. Owen as he was walking up Second street about f) o'clock Monday night found Horaeo Brown, colored, dead drunk with his head lying across a rail and in a splendid position to have been cut off by tho first train that came along. It was lucky for Brown that Dr. Owen passed along just when ho did, as the west bound train was due in a few minutes, and it would have been sure to havo caught him. Mr. Leon McGavock surprised nearly everybody in this city last Wednesday by tho announcement that ho had gone down to SkillmaU for tho purposo of securing Miss Jennie Ireland, one of tho prettiest young ladies in that section for his bride. Mr. McGavock is a very successful merchant of Victoria and a very popular young man, and his friends are pleased to congratulate him on this the most important event of his life. Tho Bucyrus Telegraph says : "J. K. McCrarkcn, J. C. Loomis and F. Hoots, y of Louisville, Ky., aro in the City looking over tho Bucyrus Brick and Terra Cotta Works with a viow to establishing a similar manufactory along tho lino of tho Louisville, St. Louis & Texas railway They havo been making a study of paving brick establishments and were at Columbus yesterday." Mr. McCrackcn is secretary of the Acmo Company ol this city and is visting tho different plants in tho country, with a viow of getting the best machinery for his plant here. Always use the medicine that will do tho most good, and for kidney and liver trouble, Lightning Kidney & Liver Remedy is the best. Messrs. Gracy & Had-doBarlow, O., says : "Wo have handled medicines of different kinds for years and have never handled anj thing that equals Lightning Kidney & Liver Remedy. Ono of our customers has been suffering for years with kidney trouble, and has used a groat deal of kidney and liver cure, but did not receive much, if any benefit. He finally tried Lightning Kidney & Liver Remedy, and will use HO says he would rather nothing else. pay the price for it than to tako tho other for nothing." For sale by all dealers. to-da- BEWLEYVILLE. Mrs. Henry Winter. Is Wm J. Wlnler. Jh" M. Bornlraeger. Ann Orcndorf, of Parkland, v- - Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs fa taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and adla gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers nnd euros habitual constipation. Syrup r 'gs is tho only remedy of its kinu over produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mndo it tho most ponulp" remedy known. Syrup of Fift yforsnlo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading Any rofialle drugvist who may not havo it on hand ill. procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. san fhanoiso i. cal. . LOUISVILLE, KY. drutj-gists. visiting her brother, Mr. W. II. Cin.Sr. Mr. Wade Drury returned last week from Texas. Itov. Cundiff occupied the pulpit at the M. E. church Sunday. There aro now eighty-fou- r pupils enrolled in the public schools. Mrs. Jcnnto Deitz, of Louisville, is visiting friends in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Stith and family visited friends in Brandenburg last week Mr. Albert Moreman, of Brandenburg, visited his sister, Mrs. Chas. II. Drury last week. Mrs. D. S. Campbell and son, of Russel-villaro visiting friends and relatives in this community. Mrs. Nathan Bewley, of Louisville, y catuo down Sat unlay to attend the Stith-Bewle- WE HAVE NO TIME torturing tho public with (4poetry." We are busy selling Clothing the only Louisville maufactured article our own make. Come and see us for To s pond in A FULL LINE! -- .., - it -- , ' f o, nuptials. W. J, Stith, Jr., came down from Louisville Saturday to be present at the mar riage of his sister. will Rev. Geiger, of Brandenburg, preach at tho Baptist church next Saturday and Sunday at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Ed. Bennett, of Summerseat, returned last week from a visit of several weeks to her sister, Mrs. Calloway, of Smithficld. While carrying water to extinguish the flames on his barn which caught lire last week, Mr. Chas. II. Drury fell and hroko his leg, tho limb was Bet by Dr. J. M. Walker and at present is healing as rapidly as could be expected. Stith-Bewlk- v A quiet and beautiful marriago was that of Miss Ida May Stith to Mr. Win. Bewley, Jr., which was solemnized at the homo of tho bride's parents, Mr. aud Mrs. W. J. Stith, at IJ o'clock Sunday afternoon, November 1st, in tho prcsenco of tho relatives of the contracting parties. Tho brido wore a stylish and becoming costume of green broadcloth with toquo and gloves to match. The bride's inaids,MissesClaudia and Mary Stith also wore green cloth costumes ; tho groom and ushers, Messrs. .Ernest Henderson and Allan Hcndriek, wore tho usual suit of black. The brido is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stith, and is quite a favorite in tho community ; the groom is a prosperous young business man of Meade county, a member of the firm ol II. C. Woodson & Tho ceremony was Co., Brandenburg. performed by tho Rev. Mr.Cundiffof the M. E. church, in n briefbut solemn and appropriate manner, after which the couplo left for Brandenburg, their future home. We extend to Mr. and Mrs. Bewley our best wishes. In a runaway accident which occurred near town last week, Miss Cora Bandy, daughter of Mr. Thos. Bandy, was thrown from a buggy, she was carried to tho residence of Mr. W. J. Piggott near which tho accident occurred, where Drs. R. W. Footcnnd J. M. Walker attended her, and upon examination found that her leg was broken ; tho limb was at once set nnd tho young lady rested as comfortable as could bo expected during The next morning at the tho night. earnest request of tho sufferer she was placed upon a litter and carried with great caro to. her home about four miles Sho reached there with from town. comparatively little pain and rested quietly until 10 o'clock Thursday night, when she.awoko in excruciating agony, and before tho physician could reach her bedside expired. A postmortem exami nation revealed tho fact that her death resulted from internal injuries. Miss Bandy was soon to havo become the bride of a promising young farmer of Meado county. Tho community at largo and numerous friends and admirers mourn with tho bereaved family, her untimely death. Roll of Honor, Bowleyville shool for the month ending Oct. 23. Katie Ilurckhanlt, Clara Jordan, Annie Johnson, Victoria l'ayna, Olllve Pajnc, Clyde Shumate, Hoy Cain Stella Paul, Arthur Walker, I.eole I'ayne, , Il.inki Drury, Fletcher nianfonl, K nbt. Ionian, Kiln Trlplltt. Raymond Keith. I'hflps Walker, I.ora Hardaway, Alfred I'ayne, Marlon Paul, Mattlo McCoy, . 99.1 bargains in Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Overcoats and Trousers. Every purchase you make is a bargain, because you get full value for every dollar you spend, which is more than you can do at other places where there are so many side-shoto pay for and so many animals to feed. See our magnificent line of medium weight Overcoats, in all colors. Samples in our show window. ws i O O j2 CD 3 JA 7 P EF W P W & W w p -- -- . St. . I ". mt JULIUS WINTER & CO., Oor. Third and Market, ' '? " Louisville, Ky. Thorough, Practical fTvl I 1 " H 1 H H& H tfll I NEW YORK, H.Y. IMW Hi "H BrBii,atr&BlXBffl (? ( I 3 ft Ea B n POT Bui & STHATTON I.tsVruetlon Graduates assisted to positions. BTB I VST Catalogue free. Write to BUSINESS COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY, U AT 1 Ik" Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician Office Surgeon. A MINE ACCIDENT. The "shooting match'' at Glcndcnne Inst Saturday was very much enjoyed by the marksmen of the community. in Dr. Whitft old stand up ttairs, OLOVERPORT. KY. A "Squeeze" at Basket which Gives Sixty Miners a Fright. THETOIVN SINKS TWO I'CKT, An accident at the Baskett mines on tho "Texas" railroad twenty miles below Owensboro, has thrown a number of men out of employment and caused A large loss to the coal company. Tho accident is described as a "squcezo" or "slip" in miners lore, being, infact, a sinking of the earth above the entries and rooms of a largo section of the mine, completely closing them up. Tho Baskett mine, which was opened two years ago last Juno, is 140 feet below the earth's scrvico, tho shaft being sunk through thirty feet of soil and clay nnd then 110 feet of solid rock before the four foot vein of coal was reached. Lato Thursday evening a negro named Tobo Tapp was loading a car of coal in ono of the remoto rooms. Tho car was almost full, but ho stooped to pick up n few lumps more to put on it, and as ho raised up to his astonishment found tho top of tho mino was resting on his load. Tho slate on tho sides of tho room was also cracking, popping nnd falling, and terror stricken the negro dashed out into another room, in which ho struck his head against a prop, cutting a big gash, which bled so profusely that he was u sight to behold by tho tiind he reached the mine entrance and gave tho alarm. Warning was passed along at onco to all the miners, but somo of the n did not need it, for thoy had already observed tho signs of danger. Ono man was driving a loaded coal car throuuh nn entry, when tho 'top of the mine settled down on his car and his mulo was brought to a stop. Ho quickly unhitched the mulo nnd got out with it s in a hurry. The sinking was not sudden, but slow and gradual, and thus all had time to escape. As the great mass of stone camo down from above tho clay bottom was squeezed upward, meeting tho depression at least half way. Two entries eight feet wide, ono of them 250 feet and tho other 123 feet long, with twenty-seve- n rooms, aro now ns completely closed as if they had never existed. Buried in them are twenty-fiv- e or thirty coal cars nnd eight or nine hundred dollars worth of miner's tools, which were left behind in the flight. The most singular result of the accident was tho sinking of tho earth upon the surface. Friday morning a crack was noticed in tho dust in a roadway immediately over tho mine. It was indistinct at first, but gradually grew until it became wide cnougii to slip a man's hand in. The surface of tho earth gradually sunk all day Friday and Saturday until it had gono down two and a half feet. The main track of tho Texas railroad had settled this much at 3 o'clock yesterday ovening for n distanco of nearly 100 feet. The depression was observable for an acre and a half around, though it was not so marked as within tho distanco above ' named. Tho railroad company commenced at onco hunting dirt and cinders, to fill up the sink in its roadway arid raiso its track to its former level, and the mino owners put in a night and day forco to drive new .entries nnd open rooms in other directions. Tho cnuso of tho accident is attributed to taking out too great n quantity of coal and leaving tho mino with insufficient pillars for support. Tho loss of cars and tools will bo inconsequential as compared to tho loss of tinio at tho busy season now at hand, when coal is in great doj Tho mino is owned by O. L. Nail, O. E. Itarick, Henry Berry and Leo Baskett. Owensboro Messenger. ' Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician A. " & Surgeon, Merchant Tailor, IND. OANNELTON, Suits made to order in tho best style. Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. J. KIRST, Breckenridge News. , WEDNESDAY, LOCAL NOVEMBER-?- lSOlT BREVITIES. Tho meeting is still in progress. Hats and caps at cost. N. Y. Store. Boots and shoes at cost. N. Y. Store. Bargains in underwear. N. Y. Store. Laces and ribbons at cost. N. Y. Store. Goods must go, call and sco us. N. Y. Store. See Goodman & Klein's pumpkin racket. Epgs aro selling at 20 cents per dozen in Cnnnelton. For doors, sash and window glasses go to Hamman's. .. M.l l ni tr Oil .Iniffi JYtJiyilllllg guio ill lira iui v uujd . N. Y. Store. only, J . Take a guess and get the folding bed T? at Jordan & Co.t Sec tho big stock of underwear for men at Babbago's. A bargain in red flannel undershirts, only 50 cents a pair at Babbago's. Mr. 0. Ammet wifcand baby went to Elizabeth town last week to visit relatives Mrs. Eliza Holt has gone to Owens- boro to live with her niece, Mrs. llrciden-bach. Miss' 8 Mary Lou Dean and Margarctte Moorman spent a few days in Fordsvillo last week. Mr. James A. Dean has oult school. and Rumor says ho is soon to launch upon the matrimonal sea. Mr. Clink Owen went to Louisville last week. Ho went for the benefit of his health. Miss Cornelia Dean has been quite sick for two weeks past, but is better at this writing. Mr.J. M. Howard and wife havo returned home aftcrBpcndingsoveral weeks In tho East. Misses Margarctte Guthrie and Martha Adkisson visited their homes in Ilardinsburg last week. Miss Lucretia Moorman visited friends and relatives several days at Chapin, Ky. last week. Mr. Samuel Thomas, Elizabethtown, was in our midst last week and was accompanied homo by his mother. Miss Nancy Owen lias been very ill, but we aro happy to learn of her improvement. Mrs. Thos. II. Moorman and children spent a few days visiting relatives in Cloverport last weok. Mr. Joe Howard says ho is very fond of flowers, but would bo perfectly satisfied with just ono Lillie. liuito n tony party spent last Tuesday at tho famous resort, Sand Knob. All report nn excellent timo, good dinner, etc. Those who went were Miss Ellen Owen nnd Mr. Ernest Robortson, Miss Edna Robertson and Mr. Richard Owen, Miss Carolino Buzby and Mr. Jefferson Owen, Miss Carolino Owen and Dr. Ven-abl- e Moorman. " SULZER'S CLOVERPORT, KY. GET THE BEST. -- - " Tho Best is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Best is good enough for tho man who respects himself nnd loves his family. Such a man always wants the Best Groceries, and buys them of Sb. knowing that he always keeps tho Best that the market affords and retails them at proper prices. e. :ioo:r,:m:.a.:lt, Farmers Institute. Poor Man's Pudding1, full of Plums, Pick 'em out within the next ten days : Great Western Domestic Hoosier Domestic Hoosier Jeans 5 lbs. Good Coffee - STEPHENSPORT. Sun- Are you a good guesser ? Nowfs your Mr Conrad Deppe was in town time to got in your work at Goodman & day. Klein's. ( Several now hogsheads have been sold A Pumpkin Backet this weok. Tho opinion seems to bo Do Witt's Little Early Goodman & Klein, tho clothing growing that tho now crop will not bo of 2, You novor tried Risers for constipation, bllliousness, sick havo a handsomo chevel dresser, no desirablo a quality as has been expectheadache or you would not havo these which they propose to give away tosomo ed. The samples thus far offered indidiseases. Sold by G. W. Short. ono of their customers on Dec. 25. Thoy cate that it has cured up dry, brittlo Mr. J. F, Sulzcr, of Alborquerquo, N. havo adopted this novel plantf doing it and chaffy. It lackssubstanco and body. viz t A- - pumpkin which thoy havo Perhaps later shipments may show up M., arrived on tho Texas train yesterday noon to visit his brother, Mr. S. L. Sulzcr placed in their show window is to bo better. Dark tobacco steady and strong at cut open on that day and tho person and family. Cannolton Enquirer. nitA'taiilnn Min nnnmot in tliA tmmlint nf quotations. Offerings still light. FarmMiss Lizzio Rickotts is now prepared nUUU rkA...nt..wl . ill, nilimtlflh ...111 ..Skf ' ers Home Journal. nnn.l UUIIWUUVU Iti VI1U IIIIUJIII Vl .Till to do dressmaking up stairs in tho Old tho piece of furniture. All you havo to Brcckenridgo Bank opposite Sulzer's do Is to visit their store, purchoso $2 Logan Fate Getting In His Work. jstoro. Dresses mado cheaper than over worth of goods and a ticket is given you Deputy Marshal Logan Pate, of Ilard.before. on which you write your name and insburg, reached hero Friday night from G. W. Jordan & Co , will give away a guess. These tickets aro all deposited i Dixion, Webster county, with two prison-Wy Jenkins and Jno. Brown, charged in a box securely sealed and kept until j :$30 folding bed to their patrons on Persons buying goods to tho tho dato abovp given, when the seed in ( with soiling liquor without government 1st. Tho men were presented to .amount of $5 and over cash will bo en- - tho pumpkin will bo counted and if your license, titled to a ticket and a guess at tho num- number is tho nearest, you will bo entitl- - I Commissioner Ed. Bell for examination -- M. - niu .1 jiiuurewirn - nuiui and were release on bond. Owonsboro ber of poasJn tho jar. Now on exhibit- eui w ii. iirvHHvr. nil.. .1 Messenger. $22.50. ion at Jonlan & Co's., furniture house, met-chant- s, 1 Jan-urar.- Mrs. Thos. Moorman, of Rock Vale, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Lou and Mrs. It. II. Moorman. Jimmy Mattingly lias a position in tho railroad round house at Paducab, where ho is now located. Mr. Amcl Oelzo lias resigned his position as manager of the Cloverport Vitrified Brick Company. Guess at tho number of peas in tho jar at Jordan & Co's., furniture store and got tho folding bed. Mr. Chas. May has moved his family to Mr. Fred. Walter's and Mr. Vanco occupies lils residence. Scott Bell has bought a lot on Murray avenue "and has contracted for a dwelling to be put upatpnec. Keraember with overy $5 worth of goods bought of Jordan & Co., entitles you to n chanco in tho folding bed. Mr. Richard Board's rcsidenco near Yelvington, was burned Sunday night. Loss $900, partly covered by insurance Mr. Emery Crosson, of Union Star, passed through this city Saturday from Ilardinsburg, where he had been serving on tbq petit jury. Charles Hamman is agent for tho American Sowing Macbino Company, tho best button hole sewing machine at M. Hamman's furniture store. Wedding bells and orange blossoms for last week. Amos Board, of Ilardinsburg, was in town Monday. Mr. W. B. Sills, of Parkland, was in town last week. Dr. D. White, of Tobinsport, Ind., is now with us ready for practice. Miss Georgia Hawkins and Mr. Gus. Shclman went to Ilardinsburg Saturday. Miss Mabel Moorman, of Yelvington( is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Alllco Crawford. Rev. J. V. Gregory, of tho Christian church, held a series of meetings hero last week. Mrs. Rolland Smith and Mrs. James Brooks, of Ilardinsburg, aro the guests of Mrs. John Bennett. Rev. McNomcr, of Louisville Seminary filled tho pulpit Saturday and Sunday, preaching some splendid sermons. Mr. Moorman, of Cloverport, and Miss Annio Wlieatliorholt wore married Sunday evening at 0 o'clock at tho bride's rcsidenco. Itov, McNemor officiating. Miss Mollio Hawkins and Mr. Ludwill Adkisson, of Wobstor, wore married Thursday evening at 5 o'clock at tho homo of tho brido, leaving on tho evening train for Wob3tor. - 9 9S.8 9S.1 Account Farmer's Institute to bo held at Tobinsport, Indiana (opposito Cloverport,) November 13 nnd 14th, the Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R., will give reduced rates. Tickets will bo sold for morning trains of tho 13th only, good to return on tho 14th. Apply to nearest ticket ngent for rates. S. A. , 7c - 9S8 ... . Wikkl, G. P. A. S,j 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar 98 9S t,S 95 LAND FOR SALE. This farm lies Id DreckenrldRe count?, on the head waters of Long Lick and mile I rem the h. II, & W. raiload, und It well Improved. Will sell as a whole or divide In tracts to suit purchasers. For further information address W. W. LEWIS, vim Owensboro, Ky. one-ha- lf 9' 94 93 8i Pupils falling below 80 in their general average ore not entitled to a place on the Honor Roll. B. Ada Drury, Prin. The Louisville Market. The tobacco market has shown some improvement over tho previous two "While it is tho sound sweet weeks. tobacco that meets with greatest favor, tho funked, nondescript ,sorts aro slightly firmer and get a few bids more than they would havo gotten ten days or two weeks ago. Common trash and lugs, when sound and especially when possessing somo colory character, havo been especially strong at quotations, and sells nearer outside quotations. Fino tobacco has as usual, bpon in strong demand and brought out active competition. Tho highest price reached this weok was $34.50 ADMINISTRATRIX SALE. The undersigned administratrix of Ben, Ilardln, deceased, will on Friday, November 13th, 1991, At the late residence of the deceased. Sell the personal property of the decedant, consisting of horses, mules, cattle, bogs, ibeep, corn In the field, bay, tobacco, one buggy. Terms of Sale All sums under five dollars cash in hand, for sums of five dollars and over notes with good security bearing lntirest from day of sale, due and payable In six months, will be remitted. M. K. HAHDIN, Administratrix No. 7, four hole step stove complete, with - $7.00 22 pieces of ware Stove pipe 12 a joint. suit, 3 pieces Sixteenth Century Bed-roofor $16.50. A good set of Chairs for m .... - - 6c 25c $1.00 H LOU For Sale. ongino, cylinder 12x21, in good condition, nnd n good engine. One boiler 24 feet long, 44 inches in diameter, good as new. Ono 25 horse power boiler mounted on wheels in good condition. Wo will sell cither or all of tho abovo cheap. Chess & Wvmoxu Co., Louisvlllo, Ky. Ono slide-valv- o Don't forget we have the greatest variety of any house in the country. Come and see our New Stock of Furniture and Stoves this week. PUBLIC SALE. I will sell at Public Auction on ROCK VALE. Mr. CourtlandBeeler was in Louis-villlost weok. Mlsa Stntiva Moromen has returned to her homo in Cloverport. Mr. Win. S. Dean wont .to Louisvlllo Inst eek with two car loads of cattlo. Mrs. Mary Talbott, Lcitchfleld, is visiting her ncicc, Mlsa Elizabeth Webb. Miss Carolino Jluzby, Ilardinsburg, visited Miss Edna Earlo Robertson last week. Mr. Atlnn Ivlnchtilnn vinltnd his linmn in IlaJdinsburg last Saturday and Sun- -' day. o WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, 1891, At the Livery Stable of J, T. Miller, deceased Oloveri-ort- , Ky., 2& bead of Hones nnd Mares 1 lot of stock Cattle, lot of Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Harness, farming Implements, etc, This sale Is made to settle up the estate of J. T. Miller, decease I. Bale will begin at 9:00 a. ui., rain or shine. Terms of tale Alt sums of $5.00 and under cash in hand, all sums over $5.00 note 0 months with approved security. MARY J. MfLLER, Admr'x. B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. gig&fe, hma NOTHING TIRED FEELING, APPETITE, LITTLE OR NO WHISKEY Is often used as medicine, In which case the purity of the article is of the greatest importance. I, W, Harper Is a Keniuoky distiller of The product of bit Disnational reputation. tillery Is shipped direct to the retail trade) it passes thr ugh no tntddlo man's hands, to be mixed; colored, nnd watered. Consumers; therefore, have the assurance that I, W, HarWhiskey it sold in its absolute purity by per's his Agents, BEAVIN &rOPHAM,SoloA8'ts, Cloverport, Ky. IASTES RIGHT TO YOU ? If po buy a 50 cent bottle of LEMON CHILL TONIO and see what a chango it nill make. This Tonio is not only tho Surest Kemedy for Chills, but as a Blood Purifier and Appetiser is uneoualcd. Pleasant as lemonade. Children cry fTT EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. CLOVERPORT, KY. fort . For Sale by A. It, FISHER, 1 I - - - Breckenridge News, &MJ HYDROPHOBIA A FAKE. rOMSVIXLI FIRE. fiw- aFi m f fl IRftl. j'"a' new Mexico picture. - nrrnVRSnAY. i XOVKXTnRUJ. w j ''J Hydrophobia Is Imagination. firo. Owing to tho entire lack of flro Some or Ills Experience With Cases. protcctldn it was utterly impossible to "Can a man senre himself to death extinguish the firo until it had dono its after having been bitten by a dog which work of destruction. In tho wnreroom Hutr a ramiiun llullivny .Slutlon In tlio Isn't mad?" 1 nsketl Superintendent was kept a largo quantity of baled hay Noutlivrt Looks A l'luro Wltoro n of tho American Queer Mixture nf Humanity May lie Prevention of Cruelty Society for tho and a general stock of farming impleto Animals, ono ments. Hero the fire was first discoverDully Seen A PwmIiib Cllunce. day, as ho Bat In hla littlo ofllcoon Twenty-seced and wns quickly communicated to the street. Ono of the fainous eating houses of ond Mr. Hankinson is a good nntnred stable. Before tlio stock could bo gotten tho. Atchison road is situated nt Wnllaco, whero tho train going south stops lato iu looking man with reddish hair, who is out of it twelve head wero burned to tho, afternoon. An tho cars draw up at afraid of nothing nnd nobody: certainly death. Among this number was n very not of hydrophobln quacks. finoly blooded jack which was valued at tho station tho long platform is thronged ""Why, certainly," ho said, with de $500. The loss of tho buildings nnd . with tho people of tho country, of diverse cision. "That man down in Asbury races. Rough miners iu flannel and Park who was bitten by a cat was contents will reach $3,000 net, ns thero heavy boots stand watching tho train; scared to death. Ho never had hydro- was only one policy of $500 held by Mr. cowboys, set off by sombreros and spurs, phobia. Ho died of nervous prostration Wnllaco. Besides this henvy loss, all of brought on by worry over un imaginary his books, papers and money wero conswagger about tho platform, and pitying with swarthy faces nnd danger. His friends were nil die, nnd sumed. Mr. C. J. Hays went up thero yesterday to adjust tho loss of tho him and hoping lie wouldn't gleaming black iyes, loungo ngainst tho ho would, and ho was Insurnnco .Company of which ho railings, looking impassively on tho phrophesying that temperament, as edua man of nervous is agent Owensboro Messenger. Bcene. Most picturesque of all there cated people sometimes are, and it simgathered are tho descendants of the ply killed him. I suppose ho read up in tribes akin to tho Toltecs and Aztecs, tho books about hydrophobia and it Br. Acker's English Fills. those migrating people, whoso first homa turned his head. That's all there was Aro active, effective and pure. For sick remember what a vjaa in tho northwest before they wont about it. Do you nbout those Newheadache, disordered stomach, loss of south to colonize the valleys of tho Mex--- great howl there was boys who were bitten by n Hnad appetite, bad complexion and biliousican plateau Hie Pueblo Indians from ark dog, and who wero sent over to Pasteur ness, they havo never been equaled, Santo Domingo nnd Filipe. " cither in America or abroad. For Snlo - They are quaintly San in their charac- td bo 'cured?'course: who doesn't?' clad "Why, of by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and teristic garb of leggins and tunic, with "Well, it's qnite easy to cure a disease Wilt & Mcador, Hardinsburgr Ky. a blanket dress for tho women, nnd somethat never existed. Those boys never times for tho men a gaudy blanket wrap- had hydrophobia and hover would have ped about tho body. Some nro awaiting The Ladies' Favorites, had it. Tho dogs didn't have it. Durtho train on tho station plaftorm, and ing that excitement we went to Newark lly perusing the pages of tho French others, belated, nro seen running toward nnd found a lot of dogs shut up. We tho cars, bearing on their heads nttd asked to bo allowed to take them nway Fashion Journals republished in English by A McDowell & Co., 4 West 14th Street backs the things they have to trade. to our stables, but the people wouldn't They exhibit u great variety of pottery, have it. Do you know whnt was done New York, it can readily bo understood " In tho shape of vessels of divers sizes). with those dogs? After the excltenieut how they have becomo "tho Favorites" form nnd patterns of decoration, and was all over they were given back to with ladies. Issued in Paris by different many earthen idols of Infinite ugliness. their owners, every one of them. Not publishers, they arc tho leading Fashion - They offer for sale pieces of what the Not one of them had ' New Mexican curiosity dealers call one was killed. than n fit. Why, our Journals of tho "Old World." It is not, ' smoky topaz, which in reality is obsidian anything worso therefore, a matter of surpriso Hint unmen nro constantly handling dogs, get ;jpr volcanic glass, the material used by bitten ngaiu nnd again, bnt they never biassed critics should havo pronounced ''jttio ancieni Aztecs for cutting purposes, dream of having hydrophobia. It's n them the best Fashion Journals ever . ' V , from swords down to razors. offered to the American public. It would myth. There isu't any such thing " MANY NATIONALITIES. ,.4 bo strange, Indeed, If ladies did not give A CA8I". OK IMAGINATION. About tho train is a characteristic :iXj " Then you don't believo in the exist- up the inferior magazines which they legion of passengers. Thero aro tour-?- ence of such a disease?" I asked, thinkists, Euroiean and American commer-- ' ing that, as Mr. Hankinson probably have hitherto patronized for these handcial travelers, young men from tho east knows more t.bont animals than any some journals, which aro known to bo a month ahead of all others in giving the going to the southwest to try their " -- tines, nnd perhaps in tho rear cars sonio other man- iu America, he must bo good styles, and contain such vuluablo practiauthority.families of emigrants. Representing the " No, 1 don't. Thero may bo such a cal lessons in the art of cutting and limk-in- g territory nro merchants, miners and cat- disease, but I don't believo it. 1 never dresses. "La Mode do Paris-- ' and Spanish-America- n tlemen of American and saw a enso or knew of one positively." "Album ties Modes" nro rivals for the descent, while opposite tho blonde " How nbout theso doctors who euro firbt place, single copies being II3 cents eastern lady, in her dainty traveling It?" 1 asked. each, or $0.50 per annum. "Lu Mode," habit, may sit a dark oyed olive tinted I asked a " They don't cui e anything. beauty with the blood of Aragon or Cas- man who makes a specialty of treating the Family Magazine, is only 15 cents a tile in her veins, and perhaps a darker hydrophobia, us ho calls it, if ho ever saw copy, or $1.50 a year. Do not allow and not unbecoming tinge from Indian one single case of hydrophobia to which news agents to substitute inferior pubancestry. Traveling theatrical com- ho could 8 wear. Ho refused to answer, but lications for these, which can bo mailed panies, army oQlu'ers and private soldiers ho told mo this story: 'A man came to to you from New York at the prices hero on leave or on duty, and Indian delegahim one day in terrible distress. He had given. tions going on or returning from a visit been bitten by a dog: ho feared madness; to tho great father at Washington, are ho could not sleep at night and was current types in a southwest passenger nfrald he was going to dio. Ho begged Wo cannot nflbrtl to deceive you. Confitrain. tho doctor to treat him. Tho doctor said dence is begotten by honesty. Do Witt's Almost without exception the passen- it was too late: tho period of inoculaLittlo Early Risers gers are affable and disposed to conver tion had passed, and it would be no good euro constipation andaru pills that will sick headache. sation. Stiffness and reserve among fel-- . now. If he liad hydrophobia there was Sold by G. W. Short. stage or by rail vanish no way to stop it.' low passengers by west of the hundredth meridian. "Tho man went away, but came back Thero is nn oxcellent dinner, plentiful the next day nearly frantic. He hadn't Gov Hill Preaching Democracy to well served, at tho pleasant nnd slept a wink and begged the doctor to do and Democrats of Georgia. roomy railroad restaurant, with so much something for him. So tho doctor took In n speech at a banquet tendered him time allowed for tho stay that the the man into his operating room nnd traveler, after his ample nnd leisurely gavo him a hypodermic Injectiou of by tlio Young Men's Democratic League, at Atlanta, Gov. Hill, whoso platmeal, is able to walk about in this bar- water just pure Croton water. Ho barously brilliant sceno and mnko bar- went away, slept for the first time in form is "I nm a Democrat," reaflimcd gains with tho brown nnd worldly wise two weeks tiud camo back tho next day his prido of membership nnd said ho wns sons and daughters of tho country for for more water, and ngain the next, and not nshnmed either of tho past or pre such of their wares as he fancies. The was soon perfectly cured. The doctor sent history of his party. Speaking of it Pueblo Indians hasten toward any one told mo that himself, and he professes to ho said that we havo never interfered whoso eye they may catch, hold up their euro hydrophobia. with the right3 of the States. Wo goods, and address him iu a language K1IH WAS MAD. in tlio sovereignty of tho States. mainly aboriginal, with perhaps a few "Why," continued Mr. Hankinson, Nover under Democratic national rule ; Spanish a"nd American words inter"I'vo had a woman in hysterics tight in mingled, but the only part of tho dis- that chair you're sitting iu because a dog lias a blade of grass been taken from a course really understood on cither side is had bitten her. She wanted mo to kill citizen except by duo process of law. the extemporized sign language. the dog. 1 wouldn't do it. Then she Tho Republican patty is the party of They ask several prices, expecting to screamed in a terrible way. When sho fraud, hypocrisy, cant and false pretenses. be beaten down to a fair rate, and they stopped I said to her: 'Madam, you ought The menu things in politics nro done by seldom will let tho possible customer get to bo ashamed of yourself. A woman of away without consummating a trade. your intelligence! You've interrupted tho Republican party. Tlio Democratic Demure, swarthy Pueblo children look tho business of the office nnd drawn a party fights openly and above board for on tho transactions of their ciders with big crowd under tho window to listen to tho maintenance of its principles. It great interest, tho larger girls helping your yelling, nud all for a whim. Somedoes not stab in tho dark nor wear a their mothers by carrying tho very body told you you wero going to go mad, mask It presents principles for tho young children in a couch mado by and now you think you ought to go mad support of tho peoplo and manfully asks slinging a shawl about their necks. and you'll bo mad if you don't go mad their suffrages. Tho Republican party INDIAN rOTTUl'.Y. You just go homo and say nothing nbout Tho Indian pottery is tho ware most it nnd you'll be all right' And she did it prefers to buy the votes it cannot secure purchased by tho passengers. It is "Another woman brought her boy in. by force. Interior Journal. quaint of pattern, nnd in its way much Ho had been bitten by n mad dog, and of it is leally beautiful. Tho material she wanted it shot, sho said. The boy "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," tho most of which it is made is a white or grayish looked perfectly well. pleasant to take of nil fovcr nnd ague tinted clay, which tho men bring to tho " 'Now, look hero,' said I, 'you've been Wnrranteed to euro chills women, who nro tho pottery makers. talking a good deal to the boy about remedies. Tho Indiana guard jealously tho secret this, haven't you? And tho neighbors and fever. Sold by Short & Haynes. of tho places where aro found tho earth have too? And you've been telling him Go to Short & Haynes for "C. 0. C, that makes tho choicest kinds. Tho that lie's likely to have hydrophobia, Certain Cough Cure," it cures "coughs, hunter, prGSjiector or railroad explorer haven't yon?' colds nnd all throat and lung diseasts. coming suddenly upon theso natives en" 'Yes, of course, we'vo talked about gaged in digging clny for tho purpose is it,' said she. likely to remember tho terror and conRoth's Time On the Texas Not the " 'Exactly,' said I. 'You've been taksternation which they exhibit. Fastest. ing tho precise courso likely to drivo Tho molded pottery is buried in dry hiin mad or make him think himself so. Ci.ovuiitokt, Ky., Oct. 27, 1891. Edisheep's dung, which is fired, and thus it You havo been trying to scaro him to is baked. The material used in making death. If ho were to go crazy it would tor BiiKCKKNiunoK News : I see in your tho striped designs is a decoction from n be your fault. How is it, bub,' said I, issue of last week n statement to tbo efcertain green root which tho Indians turning to the littlo fellow. 'You don't fect that II. L. Roth mado tho run call wake. It is painted upon tho ves- expect to go mad, do you?" from Ixjulsvillo to Cloverport with Ensels, nnd iu tho baking it turns black. "No, ho didn't think ho should, he gine 1, and tho Kntio in two hours and Tho best pottery is mado by the Acoma, said. He didn't feel nny different. He eight minutes. That must bo a printers Zuiii nnd Cochiti Indians. was n bravo little fellow. So I sent information was not corA gong clanks nt tho station, nnd them home, too, and that was tho last I mistake or your those passengers who have not already heard of it The dog had had a fit, that rect, for tlio run was made in two hours minutes iis shown by tho returned to the cars discontinue their was all. It's a shunio tho way people will and thirty-on- e .promenade or hastily conclude their thoot valuable dogs just for n fit that train sheet in the trains dispatcher's bargains. The conductor's cry rings out, might easily bo cared or avoided." office in Louisville. "All.nboardt" and tho laggards enter tho Hew York World. Thnt time has been beat on several cars: but even ne the train moves slowly occasions by different engines on tho off tho passengers aro still making last A surgeon reports that a young lady bargains from tho car platforms nnd swallowed a hairpin while dressing. road nnd who had heavier trains to pull. IJut for somo reason (modesty no doubt,) through the windows with tho aborigThree doctors said it was only imignn-lio- n ines, vlo at tho fast approaching dison her part. The hairpin was thoy fnilcd'to advertiso thomselveB nnd appearance of their jiosbiblo customers eventually found to have become lodged their run iu tlio papers. II. L, R., wears are disponed at tho last moment to clc e iu the buck pa,rt of her nose. horns no doubt, but not ns the crack bargains at almost any price. Tho train runner of tho Texas by any means. gatlieis heat' way, tho last Indian vender "Cownoy." Ilulr Not Protected. . is passed and soon tho platform with its Tho Berlin courts havo decided that a colored assemblage lover may cut riff his sweetheart's tresses paity DoWitt's Sarsaparilla destroys such is left behind, and tho passengers Live and yet cscapo with n light sentence, poisons ns scrofula, skin disease, eczema turned from the strango nnd striking oven If It bo proved that tho act was InIts timely use saves many scene to gaze at the panorama of tho spired by mnlice nnd with a view of rheumatism. by G. W. Short. river and the Indian villages against a spoiling tho young lady's outward appear- lives.-S- old mountain background on tho right, as ance. This decision has been arrived at tho train speeds southward down tho in thacaso of a girl who sued her Florida's Minerals sandy valley of the Rio Qrando toward for "conspiracy," alleging that ho robbed Ono of tho richest mincrul devolopo-incut- s Albuquerque. Harper's Weekly. her of Iter blond locks with the object of modern times, is tho discovery of injuring her personal attractiveness to Do Not Buffer Any Longer. such n degree that she would bo glud to and practical working of tho phosphato Knowing thnt u cough can bo checked accept Iris offer of marriage. The case, fields of Florida. Theso immense de, it appears, has been before Boveral courts posits, which havo been aptly termed in a tiny, ami tho first stages of consumpworld nnd finally reached the supremo court tlio gravoyards of the tion broken in a week, wo hereby guaranAcker's English Cough Remedy, of tho Prussiun realm, which decreed under He mora than n score of countee Dr. that 'Arry might cut off 'Arriet's hair, and will refund tho money to all who but could only be punished for assault ties, nnd it is conservatively estimated directions, nnd do and .sentenced to a month's impri- that thoy will yield moro wealth than buy,, take it as per has bcou taken from tho gold mines of not find our statement correct. For sonmentLadles' Pfctorinl California and tho silver mines of ColoSale by O. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., Hnrdinsburg, Ky. fc Meatlor, lluy the Monarch shirt, It is the best. rado.- Covington Commonwealth. gnil Witt PICTURESQUE AT A STOP SCENE OF A SOUTHERN TRAIN. Hnn-kinso- n, Spanish-Americans, Ger-mnnia -col-rfy'.- ''' " bo-liosemi-barbari- A Big Loss to the Thriving little SO SAYS SUPERINTENDENT HAN- City Xot Enough Insurance KINSON, OF THE A. 8. P. C. T, A. to Cover the Loss. About 11 o'clock Monday night tho Ho Knows Good Deal About tlogft. rim) wnrchbuso and stable of 1$. F. Wallace, Doein't nelloTB That Many of Them nt Fordsvlllo, was discovered to bo on Go Mad Dakota Tin. hi the closing days ot tho Ohio campaign the Cincinnati Post sent to Dakota E. II. Wells, tho Alaskan explorer, nnd his first Instalment, not of tin, but tin, camo last week. Tho sum nnd substance of Mr. Well's investigation is contained in tho statement that ho saw tin ore, nnd smelting furnaces and machinery, but that It will bo ten years before u singlo ton of American pig tin is produced in Dakota. Tills statement ho bases on personal inspection, nnd on tho tolks ho hnd with tho Superintendent nnd initio boss. Ten yenrs lionco Is a dato ns good no doubt ns any other in the mythical tin plato nnd tin mine epoch of tho struggling and straggling Tariflltcs. Hut it's tough on the consumer this tin tax of ono hundred per cent, to "protect" an infant industry, yet in embryo) nnd embryo requiring n gestntivo period of ten years, Newport GE0.YEAKEL&C0., BRANDENBUflG, KY, THE Financial Question Which I bothering the heads of Statesmen nnd ordinary mortal U a very Simple matter when yim understand it. All ono need tn do la to make one dollar do the work of two, ndthe problem In solved. The beauty of this theory la that praci when tice la the beat part ol It. You'll thins, nu nee the immunae New Stock of I'ull and Imir l.o.id we arc ollcrlng at the prlcra. DRESS GOODS. u -l Illack Ilentletta Cloth at d Njovelty Ureas Oooda, Amazon llro.idcloth. Corda, Chevron Camels Hair, Dublin Cloth, Jamestown, pl.iln nnd pl.ild, Diagonals, plain Tricot, Serges nnd Manuel plaids at prices that defy cumpetition. lied-forDRY-:-GOOD- " " Scotch Diagonals worth !i 5plecea Unnnock Serge at ioc worth 15 ioj)lecaj4 Serge nil colors It2 at8-io-- ij' -i cents Tor Kngllsli Habit Cloth worth m Journal. . Hecommend8 it to Everybody. "Thinking that a word from mo might bo tho causo of othe.rs receiving benefit from your S. S. S., I write to say that I have been a sufferer from Eczema, which my doctor called pink heads. Small blisters. would form on my limbs, Mould break and ooze, nnd cause largo Bores to form. The ortlor arising would bo very often would disagreeable, and I belaid up from one' to two weeks at a time. Tlio disease would break out nbout every two months. I tried various physicians and treatments, but received no permanent relief until I was S. S., nnd felt tho beno-fi- t induced to from it In a few days. I continued tho use of it until I had taken threo bottles, which was over u year ago, nnd I have not hnd tho Eczema since. I believo it is thoroughly eradicated from my system. I feel sure that S. S. S. is the greatest blood remedy, and I would recommend it to everyone nfllictcd-wl- th any form of blood poison, for I believo they will receive like benefits that I have." J.so. A. Br.AiiD, Jniisvillc, Ky." We will mail freo to any nddrees a most vnlunble treatise on tho blood and Heat Standard 1'rlnts at 5c. 10 bales Ilooslcr II. cotton nt 5c. 50 piles round thread checks ami stripes at 5c. All lllcach Cotton at Mill prices. at pa dark French (jinghamsat 11 worth 20c. Mot fancy dark Dress ulnghamsnt o worth 15 We carry a large stock nf Flannels In plain checks iimrp.alda at lowest prices. white lllunkets at $1 2, worth $1.00. 20 pr 10-' ' My " " 2.25 it " 10-- 1 10-- 9 B flD N?jv y Vt m M.'eFart.W 4lmrm A U B " " " 1.79 " 11 ' 4 3x0 All wool heavv blankets at 2.50 and upwards. worth 10c. 15 ps Twilled Towllng at & One lot Damask Table I.incn at 24c worth 40c, 50 flannel skirt patterns at 09c worth I1.50. 24 Jersey Flannel skirts nt 75c worth A big line of French Uutlng clotlu at 8, 10, 12c. Chevron Outing at i',j-2- ; worth 20 cents. Price 50 cts. For Sale by A. R. FISHER. fi.. OUR GREATEST at 25c worth 75, fl.co and 500 pair Fast lliack Hose 50 patterns French 1'laid, BARGAIN. flgK roil try. f 1.50. worth 12 at b all wool, no two alike at tx per yd worth cents. See these goods If you want n nice and stylish dress. i. 25 dor. corsets white and black nt 7jC. worth ranc coioreu nanuKcrcmcis ni 4, j, jiiiu o Don't bu ut other stores, Hi ttltitlis lor "hut Jim see udtcrtiscd at GliO. Yl'.AKKI. .V CO One lot Lndlcs nnd Misses Jerseys, sues 32 to 36 ;iMt cu ;Huld ht6e hlecTted.' UU55tN5HUNtPFIMK "This celebrate! fumeby uR m..i- - HAS BiEM USH V11TU SUCCESS UUbfia cnoruciai.f .wi-A- b s BOOTS AN0 SHOES. lot mens boots mis. 6 A 7 at fi 2$ worth 2.35 An extra all leather heavy boot o to 10 $1.4 Our (Jinn' Hoys Hoots no 3, 5, at i 2 worth i.'4o See our brand "All Itlht" hrogana atcSc worth I OLDS FOR SAIE EVERYWHERE the 1n.trk1t.l1.75. lluell ' hons tine shoes and boots all grades at lowest prices. I.adv's c.ilf shoe, buckskin lined, button or front lace, i.4 worth anywhere else $1.75. All our lace shoes which wem sold at ?i.5 now go at f i.jo Wonc Itcvy unllncd shoes 74cl. 1.25. 1.. S, A Co., (jl.ire call" shoe, the beat shoe in f0NSUMPTI0Nswo every WATERPROOF COLLAR or 1 CUFF CLOTHING. In this department we excel all our previous cflorts. We hate all of the novelties in tine worsted black cheviots, dlagnonals, Harrison cassiincres, imported cassimerus 75 buits assorted patterns, well made, foS. These goods are worth any vt here I7 to S ; sec them 40 pair Gents1 I'.mts, shaded, at f 1 were told nt skin. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. BE UP TO THE MARK JXTot to g33li.t! Not to Discolorl BEARS THIS MARK. THAT CAN Ob. KfcLIbU UN Dean Howard, The marriage of Miss Annie Glen Dean and Mr. Jesse M. Howard was nt the homo of tho bride's parents, on Wednesday, Oct. 14. The Rev. Rutledgc officiating. Tlio ceremony was performed in tlio presence of quite n number of their many friends and relatives. Tho bride wore a handsome travelling suit of gray with natural flowors as ornaments, and tho groom, tho conThe presents wero ventional black. numerous and handsome. After receiving the congratulations of those present the happy couplo took tho train for Louisville, from which placo they have returned, and nrc now at home at Glcn-dcanMay hnppincss and prosperity attend them in this life nnd the barque at hist anchored in that haven of all G. havens of rest Heuven. e. fJjo ball Oterco.itsin great variety: Our prices are the very lowest I'leasc call and sec us Geo. Yeakel SHERIFF'S & Co., XSkELLulq Mark. NEED3 NO LAUNDERING. TRADE D BRANDENBURG, KY., SALE FOR TAXES. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. By viituoof Taxes duo the Commonwealth ofKcntucky nnd the County of Breckenridge, for tho years and 01, by tho following named parties and for tho years designated. AVe will proceed to sell for cash in hand, on Monday, Novjjmukii 16th, 1891.-A-t door in Ilnrdinsburg, tho Court-hous- e Ky., tho following described property or a sufficient amount thereof to pay the soveral amounts of Taxes nnd costs : O-- B THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D WATERPROOF' COLLAR IN THE MARKET. LATK ALEXANDER'S WIU.ARD. 1IOTKL, " c, , THOROUGHLY Cor. RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. llasham David, heirs, for 1889, 90, anil 91, 1 tract of land near Clifton Mills, for 1, page 7V. further particulars see Perfect action and perfect health result Amount of tax and cost $ 0 00 from the uso of DoWitt's Littlo Early Drown Tboa. Jr. colored, for 89, 90 and Risers, a perfect littlo pill. Sold by G. 91, one tract of land adjoining J. It. Wimp, near Irvlngton. Amount of tax W. Short. and cost J 3 10 Brooks Wesley, colored, for 1890 and Hours Apart. 91, bis Interest In a tract of land un SinkTwins Born Thirty-si- x ing Creek Tlio wifo of Mr. Grant Rich, formerly Amount ofnear Bowlcyvlllo. .... 10 90 taxes and oust SaturMiss Lorcna Neicom, gave birth Brooks Clay, colored, fir 1889, 90 and day to a boy and on Sunday, thirty-si91, hit interest In traot of land on Sinkhours afterwards, to a boy. This is a ing Creek near Bewleyvllle. 12 95 of taxes and osts Both of the Amount very rare circumstance. Clark Thallnlenuf, beirs, for 1887, 88, babies aro living and doing woll and tho 89 and U0, one tract of land near Union mother, who wns in a critical condition Star, adj lining John U Claycomb. of taxes and coats i... 10 25 for a day or two, was improving yester- Amount Durbln Nanoy. for 1889, 90 and 91, day. Owensboro Messenger. one tract of land near Big Spring. 10 C I Amount of taxes and cots sold 1,000 The Argentine Republic has Hays' Clay, beirs, for 1887, 88, 89, 90 square miles of land to Baron Hirsch for and 91, tract of land near Irvlngton. 41 39 Amount of taxes and ousts 1,000,000 in gold. Tho Baron proposes School tax and cost on same for 89, 90 91 for Russian Jews. 12 50 and a settlement i Huff's Ben, heirs, for 1887, 88, 89, 90 Tho quality of the cotton this year in and 91, tract of land noir Webster. 10 95 ol taxes and costs tho Memphis district is said to be tho Amount Ilarvrood A. S for 1890 and 91, one seen there, its grade being town lot In Bewleyvllle, known as the finest ever D, B. Rlgaby property. tho highest. ...,,, 7 85 Amount of taxes and costs. Hunt J. 0 for 1H90 and 91, Tar Owing to tho great increase of leprosy Spring property,, ItiWd in tbe name of J. of the plaguoin in Bokhara, tho hot-hol-o 0. Hunt fur 1890. 58 15 Asia, the Kmir has decided to segregate Amount of tax and cost Also same property listed in tbe name all lepers and to establish a hospital for of Tar Springs Co. for 1891. their treatment by specialists. 55 00 Tax and costs Cross Harrison, for 1889, 90 and 91, tract of laud near Bewleyvllle, 20 37 Amount of taxes and costs.. Rlgsby Margaret!, fur 1887, 88, 89, 91 and 91, tract land near Bowleyvllle. 14 19 Amount of taxes and costs Ross Mallnda, f.r 188(1, f 7, Si, 89, 90 and 91, tract land near Webster. 7 90 Aomunt of taxes and costs Slpes Robt, fi r 1890 and 91, tract of Two Bottles Cured Ilor. TI land near Big Spring. 10 00 Amount of taxes and costs,.,. Caiuioll, la., July, 183). I was suffering 10 years from shocks In my Scott's 0. W., heirs, for 1887, 88, 89, bead, so much so that at timoi I didn't expeol 90 and 91, tract of land near Webster. to recover. I took medicines from many doc7 55 Amount of taxes and ousts.. tors, but did not get any rellof antU I took Pastor Wbltworth Bright, traot of land near Eoonlg's Nerve Tonlo; the second dose relieved Qatneld. Amount of taxes and costs 2141 me and 2 bottlei-oureme, B. W. PECK. Young Lee, colored, balance on 1888, NuwronT, Ky., February 20,1691. 89, 90 and 91, tract of land near Irvlng17 65 1'or many years I was sickly and vory nerv. ton. Amount of tuxes and custs ous, so that tbe loatt thing would frighten me, Ben M. Taul, for 1889 and 99, oue and my sleep was unrefrosblng and I was so tract of land in Ureukenrldge county, see weak as to be unable to do any housework. D. II. 42, page 8). , 30 HO Amountof taxes and costs L. N. Smith (Tbo. II. llatet, agtj, person, can work, sleep well and feel contented. for 1889 aud 90, tract of land In BreckI i)commou4 ibis medicine at every opior-tuultenridge county. UUBA UOhL 8 88 , Amount of taxes and costs A Vuluablo Hook on Nervous Six per cent, will bo added to all theso jJlsettsos sent tree to nny sadresa. and Kor paUenta can alM obtain We aro also preparing lists when sold. this iiiedlclno freo of charge. a largo list that will soon follow this if This remedy has been prepared by the Reverend KoenlK. ot rort .Wayne. Ind, since UHU. ana the taxes nro not paid at once. snovr prepared nnderblsdlreeUon or the Respectfully, KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. J S.DlJlUtNKTTK. Bold by Druggists at 81 per Dottle 0 fi 83. ILaren Slzo, B1.75. O BotUos for 80. stallion Fonso, ono of The chestnut x Hates $2.50 Per Day. Jeflerson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-IIousLOUISVILLE, KY. l W. R. LOGAN, Manager. A. V. Jones, J. J Sullivan, J. L. Mai shall, Clerks. Wm. Ca8i.eii. C. II. PuMi-iMKY- , Ilreekcuridgo Co CASLER Telephone 449, Ring 4. & PUMPHREY, EGGS A SPECIALTY. . PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS BUTTER AND 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. LOUISVILLE, KY. for AV. I.. lloucln SIhich. Iu your plncu iihic )our fiir cntnloiiiie, .ccuru Die oseucy. nml net lliem lor ou. NO SUHSsTITUTE. JO 5AU to ncml lor nile injr natcnia BANK OF HAEDINSBTJRG A FOR t (0 Capital Stock $25,000. JisijjFORT A k D. F. BEAUD, .. W. L. DOUGLAS THE WHY IS THE President. Will, MILLER, M. Gr. 1 FREE H It Is a seamless aboo, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt tbe feet; mado of tlio beat tine calf, BtvllHli nud easy, and because too make more ihoet of (hit grade than any other manufacturer. It equals baud. amved aboea coating from S1.UU to S.VCU. OO icmiliit lliiiiil-aotvi-- il, tbe fluent calf aboo ever offered for SAUUs equala French Imported ahoea which coat from 83.11 to SUJJO. llniiil-rtmvcOO d Wolt Hlioc, lino calf, atyllab, comfortable aud durable. The beat P aboo ever offered at tbla price i same, grade aa custom-made shoes costlni; from Siluu to t'JJX). (BO 30 l'ollce Hhoct Farmers, Hallroad Men $3 SHOE BEST SHOE GENTLEMEN FOR THE MONEY? II. BEARD, Casbter. - IN THE WOfllD W. UKARD ) MORRIS KSKRIDOK l J It. M. JOLLY. . Directors ee )? E1 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEFOSlfs THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LlllE Pwa andLetterCarrlersall weartbemi tlnecalf, aeamleaa, smooth lualde, heavy threo soles, Ono pair will wear a year. ffiQ 50 fltio cnlfi no better shoe ever offered at SO aim tbla prlcoi one trial will convluco tboao who want a alioo for comfort and service. Worklniriiinii'it SO US nnd S'i.00 and durable. Tboao ahoea D & who are very atrong have clvcn them a trial will wear no other make. nro nml 81.7.5 achool 84.00 by boyaeverywbere; aboea sell they worn tbe DUJf on their merlta, na tho Increasing salca ahow. llnml-.ovtc- il aboe, beat I Mongols, bCIUICS 93.00 veryatyllahiequalaFrencb Imported shoes coating from ilxu to 81.UJ. I.nillpa' M.ao, SJ.00 nml 81.7.1 alioo for Mlaaea uro tho beat flue Oongoto. styllahaud durable Cniltlon. See tbat W. L. Dourflan' name and (L. E. & ST. L; R. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO Dauo) a irllass St. Louis. Evansville AND ALL POINTS price nro atatnped on (be bottom of each shoe. W. L. DOUGLAS, IJrockton, Maia. West and Time-car- South-Wes- t. FOR SAIiE DY BOWMER NOTICE, Make &, d in Effect Dec, 16, 1888. HAMBLETON CLOVERPORT' KY. FRUIT GROWERS! Lv. Louisville 8:45 a,m...0;OO p.in.,.4ilQ p,m. Arr St. Louis 7:45 ...7:25 ' EvaniTllle 2:25 ' ,..,.A.,.., 9:50 p.m. For further Information, call on or address, JOS, S.0DI0RNE, Qen'J Pass. Ag't, Lomavllle, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Pnaag'r Aff't, Louisville, Ky y jour orders bj the 1st of Oetober anJ we will furnish you nny kind of HTJIT THS332S. SMALL TITHES, ZACK. GREEN, i Jlonager llardimburg Nurarry. HAKDINSDURG, KY. Lmetltlfkf euros Zlvtr Complaint, mif.. Affection and At druggists. Price 25 ct. ' tho most noted horses of his time, and winner of the Kentucky Derby of 1880, was last week sold by his owner, Mrs. William Cassius Goodie, of Lexington, for $10,000. A company known as the Kvansvillo Bridge aud Terminal Company has been organized nt Kvansvillo to take tlio preliminary step towards building another bridge at that point. Sulzer's Tailoring Department. Mr. J. II. HuiiBcho, tho Foreinuu of our Tailoring Department will visit every Friday of each week. Ho will carry with him n full lino of Samplea representing our Stock of Picco Good?, which comprises all tho" tlesiruhlo Standard and FuncyStyles introduced this Benson. Ho will ho pleased to meet you nt ubovo placo nnd dato nnd rccoivo your odrer. Itcspectfully, ' S. to ralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Burns, Scalds, Sores, Backache, &o. Reions quickly Rheumatism, OIL SALVATIONdruyglitt.) all 25 Prkt only cents. Sold by Neu- tHimiiro of nditreku. Wlion nnlcr llonow your subscrlpiton n'ovy. If lilt aUtlrcttH nf your puixir cliuntrcU ul viiy alvu tlio nlal un woll uu'llio you enn't send a dollar for n year send iiuw mill rem. AIwiivm tflvfl cinI office. lcounty uml Ntuln. If your GO ctfl. for six mouths or 25 cents for not received reariilHrly, no. lirco months. tiff un. PILES "AXAKEKIS i prlvcs Instant i unu is un miniiiDio I'lim fni I1!!.. llplnnSI ll. iree.AlM:vf'A'AKfs,, no sno, uw oru uty. DruuKtstaurinnllSom'plM