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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891111801_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. DON'T Too much from your advertise-nicn- t. One luilfct never conquer-aKeep shooting nn army. inny through the columnn ol thr NEWS. d MPEOT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER AN OLD TIME THEATER. I1Y families every week. I read ry I consumers. It Is the consuin I eriyou want to reach. Talk to mem wirougn mesc com 7,500 Boms Foti Wotil eki. That the NEWS goe Into ijwl -- VOL WV Q - ,y t. 18, i89i. ! NO. 17. V2 Superstition. ROUT. K. I'ICKKItll.L. EBB , i -- ;f - $ fc'jl . MANY "THE GRAND DUKE" AT BRIGHT ACTORS GOT A START. v' cj ' :?- -: . . v . v ' ' TO GRIND Newsboy nml llootblnck Vaudeville Who Ones Jt iido n New Sight for Now Yorker Most of Thorn Have Prospered 11ml Some Aro famous In a Way. I CUSTOM WHEAT , As it is our special desiro to please the farmers, wo now offer to grind Custom Wheat on every FridayftDSaturday In each week in lots not less than six bushels. ""Wo will take toll and give all the Flour the-- wheat makes after the toll iB taken out. On any other ono-sixth-f- or -- -' day wo will have to oxchango flour for wheat. Believing that this plan will suit tho-peopl- o, wo hopo to receive -- r tho patronugo of all. RVfHGTQH MLIK CO., Two deciules ago tho Grand Duke theater, or newsboys' playhouse, was ono of the most famous institutions of this Today tho projector and .metropolis. chief manager of this unique resort runs nn express team from a stand in the New Bowery. His name is Richard Burke. Dick Burke is not a lingo man physically, but ho is a person of aouto mental development. Ho is, ns woro nil tho leading noweboy players connected vith tho original Grand Duko theater, a typical Now Yorker. Ho was born in tho "Fourt" ward, and he knows about every inch of Manhattan island. Ho sold newspapers as early as ho was able to walk, and there never was a thing in or nbout New York that Dick didn't know. Now that all the boys of that timo aro grown to manhood, aud many of them aro firmly fixed in tho real theatrical world, tho story that Richard Burkb can tell of the old days in tho cellar at 21 Baxter street has a peculiar interest. That cellar was a spacious uffair, us collars go nowadays. It was entered by n flat door, which opened from tho streets Ono dived, down into this thespian home instead of climbing upward. Tho furnishings weio primitive in tho oxtremo. There was not even a raised stage. The boy actors played their parts on tho same floor from which tho spectators applauded. About tho only accessory that tho cellar boasted was a curtain of bedticklng, which hid the players from tho people. There woro about seven boys in tho original Grand Duko company, headed by Teddy Sullivan and Dick Burke. They had no paid tutors. Schools of acting did not flourish then. As Burku explains, "They went to tho real theaters and caught onto their pieces." WHERE THEY PLAYED. IRVINGTON, KY. V Y lpph.1- - Ti,T His Room's Crowded. Everybody Satisfied, and Many Praise Him. Pr"T I Kji ''ll B KH. iB PiR?!HrjB "- Ui -- if"' t ;' : "4 They played inninly negro sketches in that old cellar at tho corner of Baxter and Worth streets, and many of tho "kids" played better than they knew, for nearly all of them have since distinguished themselves beforo the public on the professional stngo. It was a timo ripo for such an innovation. There was a chivalrio spirit abroad in tho breasts of tho youth of tho land which made deeds of heroic strength and valor rank high. Ned Buntlino was recounting the deds of Buffalo Bill in tho New-Yor- k Weekly. Leon Lewis was writing of the adventures of daring youths in The'Ledger. Everywhere bravery showed its front. It was not unnatural, therefore, that these Now York nowsboys should strivo to do and dare for themselves, and, adopting tho buskin, cleave their own career in tho faco of many difficulties. They wero strong, healthy, sensible boys, and they know that in minstrelsy they had their forte. That they did not nspho to tho higher distinction of playing Shakespearean parts only emphasizes their good sense. So they played in black faces, and those famous old timo sketches, "Beasley's Dog" and "The Coming Man,1' figured conspicuously in their repertory. The elite 03 well as tho ragtag and bobtail of tho town dived down into tho dingy cellar to witness tho antics .of tho merry lads. Tho Grand Duko Alexis, on his. inemornblo visit to America, was a distinguished auditor ono night. In fact, tho theater afterward had its best knows titlo from this august potentate, who smiled and paid for his fun tit the newsboys' theater. There was ouo typical episode in tho career of this juvenilo Iyceum to which Mr. Burko still refers with pleasure. About tho timo that tho boys' theator was in progress James Gordon Bennett was organizing souphouses throughout tho city. Ono night a swell party entered tho cellar. Among the visitors Each person put was Tony Pastor. down a dollar for his entranco fee. ACTINO FOR CHARITY. It is a strange thing that in this ago of progress and reading and thought that supcretltion has not give way to somc-thln- g real and something good. We laugh and make light remarks over tho actions of tho people in thedaysof witchery in our Now England, and yet wo aro sometimes almost equally superstitious. I ask a class how many nro superstitious? Not a hand up. How many would bo ufraid to go through a gravo yard by night ? All hands up. Why, because they havo been saturated with these Supcrslition false Ideas from infancy. Somo people who nro intelligent in many ways, must plant their grain and vegetables In tho moon. Why, because they havo been taught that they grow better' Whero is tho reason ? Nowhere, but among tho decaying relics of Teachers, you and witchery. havo largely in your hands tho moulding of ideas that will pcrvado tho minds of future fanners and business men as well. Oh I can't you do something toward teaching our boys that tho ground is tho place to plant and on tho ground is tho plrco to build a fence 7 And that tho business of tho moon is to givo light and far moro danger is in moving among tho haunts and slums of tho living than bo amongtho cities of thedead. Since thodays of Thomas Coxton and his famous printing press, many ol tho ancient superstitions havo been hurled into tho oartex of ruin. But to some of them peoplo cling as ardently as tho vain maiden of tho east looked beforo tho fabled goddess of beauty with a hppo that her personal charms might bo increased. Yes, tho girls havo their fortunes told and belioyp in it with all tho arder of tho olden times. Many peoplo think that luck is a mysterious something, coming from nn unknown somowhero and Bmiles or frowns on tho fortunes and destinies of men. Thcro nro good honest women who won't set lions becauso thoy have no luck. But will carry their eggs away to somo neighbor on whoso hand that mysterious luck has located. I hopo my boys and girls who read tho BnECKEX-niixi- E Nkws will learn thnt thoy must make their own luck. And to tho boy or girl who works earnestly thero is moro hopo for you thnn tho luckiest boy in tho world. A great man said "an ounce of. pluck is worth a pound of luck," and it is. There is no such thing as bad luck A broken looking-glas- s and good luck. docs not mean seven years bad luck ; it mean3 a broken looking-glasA horse shoo with tho too up is just as much an emblem of good luck as ono with tho too down. And to start anywhere and turn back means just so much timo lost and not bad luck. My fellow teachers may I implore you in tho ago of steam and electricity and printing presses with tho farmers still building fences on tho moon, boys tacking horso shoes to tho wall, girls sleeping with wedding cake under their pillow and oven school teachers hunting four leaved clover, may I implore you I say, to arouso and make somo steps toward drowning this fable monster. 1 s. COOK STOVES. Four Cap Step Stove with 22 pieces of ware No. 7, Four Cap Box Stove with 22 Pieces of ware No. 7, hENSLEY. JOLLY & $0.50 - $7.50 DeJEMETTE, Having associated Mr. John DeJemotto with us in our business, we tender our thanks to our friends for tho kindness shown us, anu carnC8tly 8olicit your natroago in tho future. It will bo our full purpose to please all with GOODS and PRICES. ATTENTION STOP and READ. ! Lime, -:- Come to See Us When You Come to Town HEATING STOVES. Drum or Sheet Iron Barrel Franklin Atlanta Nico Parlor .... -:- - FURNITURE $ 2.00 ..." 2.25 13,50 3,50 $2.25 up. Sixteenth Century Bedroom Threo pieces for Sixtocnth Century Bedstead for Solid Oak Bureau A good - ... Suit - - Brick, Salt, Cement, Hensley, J0uY & DeJernette. Flue Tiling. fcM Kfl ItiJU 2.50 SPECIAL. FOLDING BEDS, PLUSH COUCHES, PARLOR CHAIRS.HushTrim. RRCKERS, ROCKERS. HENSLEY, JOLLY & DelERNETTE. HENSLEY. JOLLY & OelERNETTE. Buggies, Wagons, Doors p. Sash, & . & . . Plows, Lumber. sett of Chairs for Hensley, Jolly $9.00 $2.00 DeJernette. FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE HAEDINSBTJKG, KENTUCKY. -- Chlneae Strangely Caught. Wednesday evening a furious thunderstorm prevailed in Montana, accompanied by heavy rain "and hail. Sam Herron was coming into Benton from his ranch with a team and was caught in tho shower about four miles from town. A blinding flash of lightning lit up tho prnlrio, and Herron was appalled to see a thunderbolt strike a wagon at somo distance ahead of him on the trail. Ho rode up to tho spot, whero ho found tho driver of tho vehicle dead and nlno Chinamen crouching down In the wngoa Taking in tho situation at a glance, Herron rode rapidly Into Bonton and notified Collector Sullivan, who immediately summoned assistance, and went out in the storm and took tho Chinamen prisoners. They left the dend body of the teamster on the range and brought the Chinamen into town, where they wero secured. Under a recent decision all Chinamen captured by the officers must be returned to China, and the'uino now in custody at Benton will undoubtedly bo sent direct to San Francisco in charge of officers, and le sent thence to Hong Kong. Cor. St. Punl Globe. Smuggled , I Wo cannot excuso people for being cross when thoy suffer from colds. They aro often too mean to buy a bottlo of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup which would restore their good naturo. Important I Salvation Oil tho greatest euro on earth for pain, is only twenty-fiv-e centa. ln CI1II1I. Mr. Bnrnc-.loni-.- x Inn so far recovered from the ulTirtH of hit iveeut fall that he I fiprrtncle. or Toii;i. They tell a good story of Chief Justice Peters, of the supremo court of Maine, ono of tho brightest und wittiest ornn- ments of the bench in that state or any other. While the judge was still a practicing lawyer he had for a cliont n farmer named Hanscom, who, though he was well past middle ago, had tho notion not nncommon nmong Mnino farmers of his ago that ho was as young as over and could hold his own in a mowing field with the best of them. Ono day tho farmer came into tho judge's offloo to look at some papers which had been drawn up for his signature, and as he picked up the first ono he began to adjust it in the munner sometimes spoken of by those who uso glasses and mislay them as "telescoping." Tho judgo noticed the action und, seeing that tho tanner was holding tho paper nutty well at unn's length, re- Wo marked pi eosan tly : "Yonr eyesight seems to bo failing a littlo, Mr. Hunscom. "Yon will havo to get a pair of spectacles." "Not a hit of It," growled the old farmer; "not a bit of it. My Bight's as good as It ever was. I shan't want 'spet-tacle- s' for n good many years yet." "All right." said tho judge; "you'll have to get a jialr of tongs then." Detroit Freo Press. A Beau of 1829. When grandpa went He wore a aatln vet, A trail of running rose. Rinliroidered on tlic breast. The pattern of his trousers, Ills linen, white and fine, Were all the latest fashion In eighteen twenty-nin- Wo aro now closing out our lino of below cost. All things go cheap for cash, and especially our 'ft " SUMMER LAWNS AND GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. Wo must close them out by fall to give room for our NEXW STOCK OF GOODS. Wo havo on hand also, a splendid lino of ' expect to handle a lino of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed.' Drugs and Patent Medicines. Como in and giyc us a trial, and get a bargain in something you need beforo this opportunity is gone Respectfully, WITT Wm. Casi.eu. C. IV1EADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. II. Pumpiirev, Breckenrldge Co Tin- - ArllM nml "Does your mother know you're out," said a boy to his little brother. "Yes, sho does, was tho nriswer, "for ono bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has knocked my cold into a cocked hat, you bet." A few applications of Salvation Oil will instantly relievo stiffness in tho neck or joints. 23 cents. The Oldest Mason. Tho death of Win. II. Harloy, of Boonoyille, Mo., at tho ago of ninety-seve- n years and six months, and who years, is had been a Mason seventy-fiv- e announced. Tho venerable father Wm. II. Gaylo, living in Newport, will celebrato tho ninety-seconanniversary of hishirth on tho third day of January 1802. Ho has years. been a Mason nrarly seventy-on- o The venemblo gentleman is a member of tho Robort Burns Idgo No. 103, of Newport, a Knight Templar and has taken tho 32d drgreo in Scottish rito Masonry. His health is excellent, and ho doesn't ask a street car to stop if ho want to get on or get off if ho thinks tho 'driver is in a hurry ; and ho bids fair to round out a contury of nn honored and rcmarkablo career. Ky. Journal. d DR. D. REA, Celebrated Specialist, And in chnrgo of tho Electrical and Surgical Department of tho Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky,, v ill bo at tho CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport,Ky., Ami four Ituturii JJvorr Veur, Week Uiirlnir ttiu Dr. Ilea ha been connected with the largest hospital in the country, and has no superior In diagnoliir anil, treating diseases and deformities. He will give $50 for any case that he can-ntell the disease and where located In five minutes. Treats all Cnrablo Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acuto and CHRONIC Diseases of tho Eyo, Ear, Noso, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Kidneys. Liver, Bladder, Chronic Fomnlo and Sexual Diseases. EPliEK! A OR FITS CURED ! Positive Guarantee. Middle-Age- d Young and Men Suffering from Spermatorrhea and lin potency a,s the result of self abuse in youth or excess In ma-turyears and other causes, producing some of the following effects: as emissions, blotches, debility, nervousnes., dfczlncsr, confusion pf Ideas, aversion to society, defective memory and sexual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for business or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies , not Injurious, Blood & Skin Diseases Syphilis and complications, as sore throat, falling of hair, pain In. the bongs, eruptions, etc., arc perfectly eradicated without using mercurjr o other Injurious drugs. Oonnrrohca, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary cureiU(j..tfcat- and Kidney troubles nro RtHhathas never failed. Tr. undertake no Incurable cases, but cures Thousands given up to die. Tlemember the date and come early, as his rooms are crowded wherever he stop. Consultation free. Correspondence solicited and confidential. ADDHESS, . Medical & SuaaiCAii Institute, No. 309 Fourth St., Louisvillo, Ky. The First Symptoms ofDeath. Tired fooling, dull headacho, pains in various parts of tho body, sinking at tho pit of tho stomach, loss of nppctito, fovcrislmcES, pimples or sores, aro all positive ovidenco of poisoned blood. No matter how it becamo poisoned it must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English Blood Elixir has nover If failed to rempvo scrofulous or syphilitic Ronow your subscription now.' Perfect action and perfect health result Sold under a posltlvo guarantee front tho uso ol Do Witt's Littlo Early you can't sond a dollar for a year send poison. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Rigors, a perfect little pill. Sold by G. 50 cts. fpr six months or 25 centa for byG. Witt & Moador, HanllnBhunr, Ky. hrco months. W. Short. do-vol- Tho souphouso business was uppermost in 'everybody's mind, and Pastor had recently created a fund for its support. J. J. McOI6skey, the playwright and then actor, was ouo of tho party. What did ho do but spring up in tho middle of tho performance and make a ringing speech calling upon those present to contribute to tho soup fund. Davo Conroy, ono of the boy players, leaped to his feet and declared that tho Grand Duko company would give au entertainment to help tho cause. Others of the boys seconded tho motion, und it was carried amid enthusiasm, On a later night a special programme was arranged, tho souphouso benefit was givon and $130 was realized, which was handed over to Mr. Bonnett. This was succeeded by other entertainmonts of a charitable nature, heartily entered into by tho Grand Duko boyH, until their theator gained a wide leputation, not only for its uniqueness, but for tho practical good it was doing. But all this couldn't last The boys grow to manhood and tho things of tho old timo wero Teddy Sullivan was swept away. drowned at tho Fulton street ferry threo or four years ago. Two others of tho Grand Duko actors aro now robust and popular policemen. Sam Bernard is a variety agent, and has made money and reputation also as a Dutch comedian. Jack Conway is of tho vaudeville firm of Conway aud Dempsey. Michael Coyne is a partner in tho "teams" of Sheehan and Coyno, and tho two seldom work for less than $200 a week. Dave Couroy and Jack D.illoy are of the funny Four Shamrocks, who aro also very well paid. Frank Bnahj.ofie of tho brightest of tho Grand Duke lights, is known every whero for his quaint mimicry of Hebrews. Ho is rich too, mid the manager who hires him has to pay $200 a week. Tho old cellar is now used for other purposes. Its walls never again will echo t"o v,errv JeHW 0I l1"' b'v youul spirits wh.oee noise onco shook tho rafters. New York Sim. 14 to what S. S. S. dono for her son, who ban been sick so Sho had two long with un abscess. physicians, and thoy did everything for him thoy could and ho didn't Improve. For fourteen months and fivo days ho dressed. and not in bed was Somo ono recommended you 8. S. 8., and after ho had taken two or threo bottles ho bejmn to improve. Ho cpntlnued until ho had taken cloven bottles, and today ho Is as well as ever. Tho boy is fourteen years old, and Mrs. Kelly Hvch next door to mo and I am well acquainted with tho facts of tho raso." C. W. Hodffkins, Postmaster, Eas,t Lamoino, Maine. Swift's Specific has n wonderful effect on children and young peoplo. It Should ho given to cvory child who has nnv blood trouble or blood taint. It drives out tho poison and poisonous germs, and onubles natures naturo to the child. Out treatiso on tho bloods and skin will bo mailed freo to, nil applicants. 8WIFTSPEOIFIO CO., Atlanta, Ga. MONTHS IN BED. "" "Mrs. Kelly requests o writoyon. ' g young felGrandpa was a low then, so tho old Indies say, and ho is old gentleman now. For a tho post score of years ho has been a firm boliover in tho merits of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. "It renow-e- d my youth," ho frequently says. It is nnd liver invigor-ato- r tho only blood-purifiguaranteed to benefit or euro, or money promptly refunded. It cures liver disease, dyspepsia, scrofulous sores, skin eruptions, and nil diseases of tho blood. For lingering coughs nnd conin its sumption (which is I Hwh?chSmost peoplo early stages) it is an unparalleled remedy seek, and which hut few nro indifferent to no matter in what form It presents itIlnnr Nature IMMrlbutoi Her Gift.. When you and I get rich, my dear, as self Tho word ' pecuniary," which is often used in speaking of a man's riches, somo day we surely shall, what aro wo comes from tho Latin word pecus, which going to do with all our money! We up somo of the improvident means cattle, and shows that formerly a will hunt who could never mnko tho ones, those man's wealth was rccoknod by tho cattle two ends meet, those who through good ho possessed. Abraham is said to havo heartedness, or lack of forethought or been "very rich in cattle, In silver, and unselfish desire to muko other folks hapIn gold." But no matter in what a man's py, hnvo never laid by a cent, and wo riches mny consist, it is nil vanity and will givo thoso silly peoplo such a good vexation of spirit, unless In connection time they will carry its impress all lives, as a pat of buttherewith ho has health. Emerson fully through their after Wo will slyly pay ter carries tho print understood UiIb when ho said "tho first the bills for improvident ones who havo wealth is health," and wo havo no doubt grown gray in tho effort to mako a deif ho had known tho viitues of S. S. S. cent funerul for dead horses. They shall that ho would havo recommended Its uso forget how to spell "caro'' and their now to all persons suffering from tho diseases and happy dialect shall know no such words as "monthly payments," "rightfor which it is recommended. eous dues" or "can't nfford it." Treatiso on Blood and Skin diseases I am convinced that as a rnlo it is not mailed free. tho sweet hearted peoplo who take on this world's gain. Thoro is many a poor SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Go. beggar with not a chango of linen to his back who would mako a moro royal Our Cool Cllle. host, had tho smiling faco of fortune Sweltering Stranger Phowl Seems as turned his way, than the rightful owner If I'd melt Thermometer must b9 about of tho vast estates at whoso gats ho , a hundred, stands and begs. Tho big hearts too Citizen Nonsensel You go to tho top often go with tho empty purse, and the of that forty story building, climb into little, wizened, skinflint souls, that it tho tower and look up at the otficlal would take a thousand of to crowd tho Weather service thermometer and you'll passago through the eyo of a needle, Now York gain all tho colden favors of tho god of find It isn't over soveuty-slx- . Weekly plenty. Chicago Herald. fino-lookier far-lorn- ." lung-scrofaln has been able to paint for several hours during the l.ut few week. Ouo of tho of his art after his reearliest exerci-ii'covery was characteristic Being at the house of a friend he found himself in tho nursery, and there thr child daughter of the house was for some tiursery crimo undergoing xoljtnry confinement in n corner. When the authorities came to release the tiny prisoner they found tho walls of her cell covered with beautiful pencil drawings of Ilights of birds and all sorts of scenes of "faery lands Half frightened and half proud tho little one exclaimed, perhaps unnecessarily, "Pleabe, it wasn't 1; 'twas Mr. Burne-Jone- a that did it." Vanity Fair. CASLER PUMPHREY, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. LOUISVILLE, KY. Telephone 449, Ring 4. Americans Abroad. "Ono scurcelj 'eels nowndays a stranger in a strange land abroad," says a woman who "goes over" every year. "In western Europe, at least, Americans aro everywhere. London, Paris, Rome, Nice, Dorlin, Hamburg all these places swarm with them, as well as the so called less frequented places. At a littlo town on tho Danubo, whero tho boat stopped for awhile, I staited out to walk. A short distance from tho wharf I saw, about to enter a house, a largo, fair woman whom I thought looked very foreign, and summoning up my best German, I accosted her as to directions. Sho stared at mo blankly a moment, then shook her head. "Nein, nein,"thosnid, "I no comprehend; out from New York yesterday." New York Times. W hAL A .Spoiled Child. "English children aro 60 much more childish than ours," said an American mother onco. "1 wonder why it w." It is undoubtedly becauso thoy ar kept In the nursery nnd do not como intt prominence nt so early an ago as ours do Tho other day in n hotel rotunda stood it round eyed darling with her short. golden hair fluffed around her winsomo faco; her short walsted, long skirted frock added to her plcturesquo oppear-nncAlmost all tho men passing by stopped toBpeak to her. Sho was tho delighted recipient of nickels, cards and bonbons, while sho coquetted with all tho airs of a society girl. My heart ached, for sho was getting all tho Bweet, downy freshness of childhood rubbed off bo early. Her father, standing near, encourged her nnd laughed at her naivo questions Do Not Suffer Any Longer. and replies. By and by tho white capped Knowing thnt a cough can bo checked nursoenmoon tho scene and bore her In a day, and tho first stages of consumpchild away; and sho, lonth to loavo tho scene of her conquests, mado her oxit, tion broken In a week, wo hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy, biting, kicking and scratching her nurso, this nnd will refund tho money to nil who while tho men laughed heartily at and do edifying spectnclo.wlso buy, take it as per directions, mothers who Thero aro somo not find our statement correct. For endeavor to suppress this Sale by G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., precocity, but thoy aro lamentably few and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. in number. L. E, Chittenden in Housewife. Ajins In llorneo. The Mnnfaced Crab. "My acquaintance with apes has been One of tho most singular looking creachiefly mado in Borneo," said Professor tures that ever walked tho earth or Henry A. Ward, tho famous natural "swam tho waters under tho earth" is sclenco collector of Rochester. "That tho world famous manfaced crab of groat island is tho homo of tho orang, Japan. Its body is hardly an inch In which is tho most arboreal of all monlength, yet tho head is fitted with a faco keys. The animals live in trees altowhich is the perfect counterpart of that gether, rarely, If over, visiting tho of a Chinese coolioi n veritable missing ground. It takes two good marksmen link, with eyes, noFf and mouth all to shoot ono, because thoy dodgo around clearly defined. This curious nnd untho trunks. Thoy do all their fighting canny creature, besides the great likealoft, and it is great fun to seo them ness it bears to a human being in tho drop tho nrmfuls of fruit they havo matter of facial features, Is provided Our Very Best Peoplo gathered in contests for Us possession. with two legs, which seem to grow from Confirm our statomont when wo say that Thoy are plentiful in tho lowlands near the top of its head and hang down over Dr. Acker's English Romcdy is in ovory tho coast, Washington Star, tho sides of its faco. Besides these legs two "feelers," each abont an inch it way superior to any and all other preparations for tho Throat and Lungs. In Wo positively guarantco Lightning length, grow from tho "chin" of the ani Whooping Cough and Croup, It is mnglo Hot Drops to euro flux, dysontcrv, mal. looking for all the world like 1 colonel's forked beard. These manfaced and relieves at onco. Wo offer you n diarrhcao, cramps, cholora infantum, and crabs fairly swarm in the inland seas of saniplo bottlo freo. Remombor, this all painB, external or intornl. Will re- Japan, St. Louis Republic, Remedy is sold on a posltlvo guarantee fund tho money in ovory case that relief For Sale by G. W. Short, Clovorport, is not givon when used according to diGo to Short & Haynes for "O. O. O. Ky., and Wilt A Mcador, Ilnnlinsburg, rections. Can anything bo fairer 7 25 Cortaln Cough Cure," it cures cmigto, and 50 cents. For salo by all druggist, Ky. colds and all throat and lung' diseases. e. , 5nii r T TW " ''"T -- "WW'm-- sWJW'llJITTi'FT'ttlWBBll'Pggar,''''T , i "VaS"" ?1hrf r?' ,. ic 'Breckenridge News. 4VKDN1DAY, N0V1.MM2U 18, 1801. l - - JNO.D. & VUlOtLO. I1A11UAGH, KOitnrsand Proprietors. SUITS AND OVERCOATS. THE MAMMOTH SHOE & CLOTHING Aliianco Suits, $4.98 to $15. la., St. la. A:T. I.ocnl Time Curil. Mall and Express going East (i i West ii -- 'Exprett " East ii West Knit Local Freight ti West IIkS-dkiiso- 10.0) a.m. 10.44 a.m. 5.57 p.m. CO. M& m CLOTHING CO - 9 4rt p.m. . 11.19 10.05 a.m. parrot lias just died that A years isknown to liavo been twenty-llvo Guarantees tho Lowest Prices for Clothing over known in Kentucky or Indiana, And our guarantee is as good ns gold. Tho Largest, tho Liveliest, houso in Louisville. tho Lowest-Price- d Aliianco Overcoats, $4.98 to $15. Stockmen' sSuits 84.98 to $15. Tobacco Men's . Stockmen's Overcoats $4.98 to $15. Tobacco Men's Overcoats $4.98 to $15. old. having more troublo in selecting a post--v master than did thoso of Cloverport. Boys'.', and A. $12, $15. .". Children's .'. Clothing 1'aducah Republicans if anything nre gluts, $4.98 to $15. n: A nt Mtinic. Ind.. has adopted resolutions condemning joint reunions of tho Blue ana uray. William's Tost G. A. It., located Fanners' Suits, ''$4.98 to $15. - Boys' and Youths' Long Pant Suits, in great variety, at $8.50, $4. $5, SPRGIALTY. , H This Cold weather demands Teachers' Suits, fflO to $25. f' . ') l) I It is 'known that President Harrison has selected tho Democratic member of Commerco Coininieston, the Inter-statand the belief is that Mr. Green, of Georgia, is tho lucky man. o Trenchers' Suits, $10 to $25. Children's Short Pants Suits, beautiful patterns, handsome Btyles, $1.49, $1.78, 'if 1.98, $2.25, .' f 3 and up. Jersey Sutts $8.24, $3 49, $3 98, $4.98 and up. Kilt Suits, Jersey Kilts, 3 piece Suits, Overcoats, etc , at iho lowcbt prices in Louisville. jGST WE KEEP EVERYTHING IN. WEARING APPAREL. -- Ba . Neckwear, Gloves, Collar, Shirts, Suspenders, Shoe, Hots, Untiling Coat and Iljott, Riding Sultn, Working FnlU. Dreil etc., for Men, Boys and Children, rnd Shoes for Ladles at 40 Suits, Watcrpro f Coat, Underwear of every grade. White Hut Shirts, Flannel Shirts, In fact everything that Men, llnyt nntl per rent, lower prices than any other home In the 'Weft. nw. Ciimp nnil get the hljrgest bargains of jonr life, or wilte Children wear. Fend for illustrated citnlouge. fo catuloguu .;.,$G, $7, .18, $9, $10, - Farmers' Over- coats $4.98 to $15. 0 OVERCOATS Wo have them in great variety. Teachers' Overcoats $10 to $25. ft Preachers' Overcoats $10 to $25. The Finest BOOTS SHOES 4 a r r! y H V' ' ' I ' Morton called at the White House the other dayfor the first time in sovcral months. He probably called to get a snifter from tho Presid- cut's jug of fine old whiskey. VicE-Freside- nt ClQihin on Tho Finest C 1 All styles and sizes. j ; vj i ' i.'! ' Tun polico of Qhicago havo recently been having.morp, troublo tliero with the anarchists. . $omo of the followers of Spies and Parsons held secret meetings in whichthey defied the officers of the law to interfere. -- ,..., earth at the ONE PRICE, AND THAT GUARANTEED THE LOWEST. Handsome illus- o thin 5 Gent's -- : 1 . Lowest Prices You can order by mail and receive our most prompt and careful attention. on earth at tho ever, known. trated catalogue, with prices, free. - Lowest Pri co s ever known. Furnishing:- Goods 5EB(& KLEINHANS & SIMONSON, 0 Q ''vgf Ei- - .! Alliance, which ."" - in session ai. T.. l.al.a wasr.iizuui'iinunu nut kwfek, elected the following ollicers : WaatrTkn 'V 'P fSiralnpr. President : J. G. Miss Mattie Tnick-Bel- l, pllalr, and Treasurer. Tlio next Secretary annual meeting is announced for Owens- Ek boro. fff IL The State . . . .. a . ..a MAMMOTH SHOE AND CLOTHING 424 to 434 West Market Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. tra Tho usual dispute camo up Monday HMDNRG over tho allowance of K as tho established prico for pauper's coffins. Some of Kdltor tho court wanted to pay $0. The motion V.d.UAIIHAUli to allow tho latter amount was lost. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. Sipes and Whitworth applet! for licenso OOINO WK8T. Garfield. It will bo Hardlnsburg..l2:42 p.m. to sell whisky at Passenger Daily arr. heard in the County Court next SaturOOINO F.A8T. day. Thero is likely to be a pretty livePassenger Dally arr. Hardinshurg.. 7:50 a.m. ly light over tho granting of tho license, as thero is strong opposition t6 it from specialty. T. C. Lewis. Watches a that place Tine sewing machine "ii at T. C. Tho following aro a fow claims allowed Lewis. Tho claim of F. Payno of Monday: t, Mrs.StioIInflyis viMting at Logans-por$20.50 work on hill near Cloverport ; J. liul. T. F. Owen claim of1$72..TTj work on new Mr. G. V. Jolly 1ms returned from road across Bock Lick ; W. V. Perkins Owensboro. $.'1.50 lumber furnished on Beech Fork Mr. J. M. Harper returned last week bridge ; W. T. Mattingly claim of $15 from Texas. for lumber; It. M. Jolly $51 work on Mrs. Lucy Barnes has been ill for sev- new road. eral days past. Tho County Court of Claims met in Try our custom maile boots anil shoes, regular annual session last Monday. About tho first thing they did was to inBeard & Heeler. Han- quire after tho financial status of tho 17. S. Marshal 0. L. Tate went to county. Tho sheriff reported an indebtcock county Tuesday. go to T. O. edness of $10,000 with asscta amounting AVhenyour watch fails, to $11,809. This indebtedness of courso Lewis, lie will make it go. did not include tho cost of tho new jail Deputy sherin' Charles Miller went to and the now iron fence around tho court Big Spring last Thursday. houso. Tho object of the court was to get Under tho now Constitution" our poll a basis on which to act in making approtax can only be put at $1.C0 priations this term. Tho claims nro Tho new magistrates were watching likely to bo largo and tho county will necessarily incur a larger indebtedness tho movements of the court closely. N. Cross was ailmit-e- il than common. Tho will of Itobt. to probato in tho County Court MonCLOSING OUT 8 AM:. day. Having concluded to combine our two John Hook is buililingasmall dwelling stores into ono and locate at Glendeano house for Roberts, colored, in the south wo will offer our cntiro stock for the next thirty days at cost to save expense end. Ihirdinsburg merchants can advertise reboxing and moving. Now is your timo their Christmas goods in this column for big bargains in shoes, hats, dry goods notions, groceries and everything elso cheap. Our store property for of Irvlngton, kept in stock. Mr. George Newman, Monroe & Son., been very sick nt that place for tho salo at low figures. F. has Hardinsburg, Ky, past week. Mr. J. A. Witt and Will Hardin went BRANDENBURG. to Hosetta last Saturday to attend Mr. Hardin's sale. Will Grinnell went to Louisville yesTho Texas belled buzzard wis seen at terday. Long Lick near Mr. Jesse Owon'sfarm Court of Claims was in session threo by several persons last Sunday. Shakespcaro's Avorks days last week. A few copies of Ilov. James Fontaine left Monday for and unabridged dictionaries given away his homo in Texas. to cash customers. Beard it Beeler. Mr. B. F. Ilawlings, of Big Springs, Mr. W. K. Barnes went to Bulli last Friday to adjust soino insurance on was in town Monday. Cooper's store house that burned then). J. A. Pcokinpaugh, of Itockport, Ind , Beard &. Beeler pay tho highest mar- was in tho city last week. ket prico for hides, tallow, dried fruits, Tho indications aro that tho lovely feathers, butter, eggs, chickens, geese, Autumn weather Jmh ita bat on. ducks, etc. Miss Flora, of Mauckport, Ind., visited llev. I".. K. Campbell is in tho midst of Miss Minnie Casporko last week. a big revival at Webster. Ho is assisted Miss Carrio L. Metcalf, of St. Louis is by Hov. O. V. Hartford and wife, of a guest of Miss Georgia Moorman. Fordsvillo. Brandenburg has moved toward tho Ilov. 1'olix Iloberts Idled tho pulpit at river just a littlo bit slnco tho rain. the M. K. Church South last Sunday in Mm. Abo Ditto and Mrs. Cnl Hendtho absence of tho pastor, Ilov. L. K. ricks went to Louisville Thursday. Campbell. Tho eclipse of the moon attracted tho Thero aro four candidates for keeper citizens to tho hill tops Sunday night. John Dyer, of tho county poor house. Taylor Atwood, Jim. Kennedy, and J. , Mr. L. la. Lowis, of Louisville, visited his parents tho latter part of tho week. It. Jnrboe. Hugh Ditto camo down homo from Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Wright, of Louisa fow days Louisville last week and returned horso ville, wero at Judge Mercer's last week. Thoy had just returned from back. Mr. Dougherty, ponsion agent, Now an extended bridal trip east. Squiro Dean was tho flret magistrate Albany, was in tho city Thursday and to inako a speech last Monday. Ho got Friday. Henry Livers, Guston, and Dr. Jim. on to tho New Constitution and Btrnck O'Bryan, Paynesville, wcroin tho city deep water boforo ho set down. Boy. D. S. Campbell, of Bowling Green Saturday. passed through tho city last Friday. Born to the wifo of Mr, Kd. Ycakel, Ilov. Campbell was formerly pastor of n son, tho littlo gentleman arrived Montho M. K. Church South, of this place. day morning. Lon Woolfolk was in tho city SaturGood watches, good clocks, good spectacles, good silver tablowaro anil good, day. Ho says ho has tho fastest quarter jowelory of all styles at low prices. T. horse in tho state. C. Lowis' is tho place. Also a supply of Mr. and Mrs. A. Moromoh visited their repairs for sewing machines. daughter, Mrs. Chas. Drury, nt Bewley-vlllSaturday and Sunday. Deputy sheriir Charles Miller sold 'Possum hunting lias revived again this thirteen tracts of laud at tho court houso moon and surprising to say tho huntore door last Monday for back taxes. If tho fellows don't pay up tho sheriff juiys nro mooting with reasonably good success. moro will have to go, DEPARTMENT. o, CO., , ', ,TJ-C- ; NEW, NEAT and STYLISH. TInv Hi.nrrrn W. .Tnllv if in K.nll to be a delegate to ttio next National Republican Convention from. Western Kentucky. Mr. Jolly being an original Harrison man and an exceeding popular man with his party in this end of tho state, can havo anything he wants this way without meeting with any formidable opposition. nsnil-ps An election is ordered to bo held nt Hartford, Ky., January 4th, 1S92 for the purpose of taking the sense of the people relativo to the proposition .to vote $19,000 subscription to the capital stock of tho Fordsville, Hartford and Southern railroad. Tho promoters of tho road do not stop to ask about the constitutionality of their action. That was a high mark of official excel- lence reported on a deputy sheriff from Indiana. The deputy had in his charge n prisoner whom ho was conveying to tho state penitentiary to serve a term of two years. On the way the deputy and the prisoner both got drunk and the latter made his escape. If that sheriff doscn't get bounced from office and a short term in the pen himself, ho won't get what ho deserves. Ir coon hunting counts for anything Mr. George Johnston, of Darren county, takes tho cake. It is said of .Mr. Johnston that while out coon hunting last week his dogs chased a coon ap a large Mr. Johns-Io- n poplar tree. After day-ligcut tho treo and killed the coon. On the inside of the stump which was hollow ho found a stone jar containing $;!,-0in gold coin and two gold watches. It was thought to havo been placed there during tho war by Dill McGruder, tho famous guerrilla. ht .j ' Gov. Drown has fixed January 15, 1802 as the date for the hanging of Jesse Drown, colored, for tho killing of John IJiry, at Padueah. All of the jury who tried and condemned Drown to death signed a petition asking the Governor jto commute his sentenco to lifo imprisonment. Tho Governor after a review of the case refused to do so and said ho "human lifo has been to cheap in Kentucky." Tho Governor emphasizes that which is apparent to nil of us. If our laws were moro rigidly enforced and if wo could get tho juries as well ns tho officers to follow tho strict letter of the law thero would bo less crime and blood shed in tho state. Jurymen should not allow their sympathies to bo played upon as is often attempted in tho court room, but with an eyo single to their sworn duty they should fearlessly meet out to every criminal that punishment which tho law and facts warrant them in doing. r it How's This ? ' . - " ' , , , ', . '-- .. ' -- ' " Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Howard for any caso of Catarrli that can not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Curo. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. . We, tho undersigned, havo known P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially nblo to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesalo Druggist, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinnan it Mar- vin, Wholesalo Druggist, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrah Curo is taken internal- h'i noting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho- system. Prico 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. be-lie- WANTED. Any family wanting a pleasant homo 11 to 20 years of ago, (females preferred) can bo suited at Grnhainton, Meado county, whero tho work is in tho cotton mill at that place. For particulars writo to Tho Gralmmton M'f'g Co., Grahnmlon, Meade, county, Ky. and work for children from Mr. and Mrs. John Hay havo moved to our town and nro living in part of Mrs. Martin's residence on West Hill. Morgan Ilichardson camo into town Saturday all out of sorts. Ho didn't catch any 'possum Friday night. Thonias Henley, representative of tho Kentucky Building and Loan Associa tion, Was in tho city about all last week. Georgo Frymiro was up hero from Union Star staying in tho bank whilo Den Lowis was taking an outing of a few days with dog and gun. The city was thronged with drummers from everywhere last week, nil taking advantage of tho business boom. Henry llines and Frank Sugg wero among thorn. Jailor. II. II. Harrington has his prisoners working on tho rock pile every good day now. Among them is Jesse Deano, the "coon" kleptomaniac from Hardinsburg. Dr.'Wdlsand wife, Who left, hero a coupln of weeks ago to reside in Cnnncl-toIntl., changed their minds lind nro now in Chicago. A host of friends hero wish them well wherever they may go. Everybody is pleased to know that tho health of Miss Lizzio Ilawlings has so much improved that she is ablo to bo out again among her many friends. She visited at Moorman's in tho bottom a fow days last week". Tho first meeting siuco quite a whilo of tho Eureka Club was at Mrs. S. C. Malin's Friday night and after spending a last pleasant and social ovening together, a motion was carried to disband, so thoy adjourned sine die, W. M. Ditto sold twenty-flv- o head of fut cattlo by tolephono to parties in Louisville last Monday and delivered them tho same afternoon. Tho railroad and tho telcphono nro of great benefit to tho farmers if ho will keep himself posted and uso them at tho right timo. Dr. John M. Hardin wishes tho editor and readers of tho Nkwb to know that "cussin" in Spanish would not work. Tho oxen ho bought had only an English education and had to resort to sulphuric expressions, of whjch ho says ho hns an extensive vocabulary stowed away to uso on such special occasions as ox driving in tho English language. Then ho got pulling done. A warrant is out for the arrest of Bob. Hardesty for rocking tho public school houso down nt Paynesville soma timo ago. Last Friday tho sheriff went down thero to arrest him. When thoy got in sight of him ho leaped a fence and showed them his heels. Ho ran liko n o iind John Hardin was distanced in tho first heat across a twonty aero field. Patch Woolfolk judged and declared it was no race at all. Hardin never was in it from tho very start. Thoro was quito an amusing mid interesting littlo contest in tho Court of Claims last week between tho two Mendo county papers as to which should get to print the proceedings of tho court. Tho HcpoHer's bid was three cents per line, whilo that of tho News was "five cents per lino, orfivo dollars losd than my opponent." Ah five cents per lino was not flvo dollars less than "my opponent," but 'in fact much higher, of courso a court that was look,ing out for tho well-far- o of an already tax.riddon public wero compelled to lot "my opponent" havo the job. As soon as tho News man saw ho was "not in it," ho becamo a littlo "huffy" nnd said ho was going to publish tho proceedings of tho court anyhow, oven if ho didn't get pay lor it. This last proposition was reasonable enough, nnd had ho sot thoso figures at first ho would probably havo gotten tho job. And oven as it is now wo don't suppose that at thoso figures and on those terms tho court or tho taxpayers" would havo nny objections to Ids copying it from tho Koporter next weok. Of courso it will bo a couple of wcoks old then, but that should mako no matpriul difference with tho News. n, quart-or-hors- them, thoy had bettor take timo by tho bangs am) start a distillery nnd dryhbuso beforo some enterprising stranger drops down hero nnd makes a fortune. Thoso ever abundantly ilowing crystal springs abovo town wero placed thero by nature for no other purposo than to bo used by Is tliero another as lino a place for tho business in tho world ? Such an enterprise would bo of vast benefit to tho city and entire community by establishing a much needed homo market for tho productions of tho farms. It surely will bo undertaken not in tho' far off future either. ico-colstill-house- s. If any persons around hero havo any loose dollars and somo got up about Don't forget the Pumpkin Racket. With every $2.00 purchase you get a guess at the $22.50 Dresser. -- r- WsmsmdmsfBmi m$mzm&m$i LONG BRANCH. ' . Tho now gas well is said to bo tho best in tho field. Mr. Jas. Bickerstaffhas a position with tho gas company. Mr. Cnl. Hendricks hasgiven his houso a now coat of paint. Mr. W. II. Itamsey leaves for Olean, Now York this week. Mr. McDonald nnd Doc Derrett wore in the gas field lost week. Mr. Charles Crawford went to tho Eureka salt works Sunday night. All of tho gas drilling crow went to tho city Sunday night to havo a good time. Mr. Griswold, of John P. Morton & Co. and Mr. Wm. Short, of the city, wero hero last week taking a littlo hunt. They wero the first of tho season. Ten foreigners got aboard of tho up train at this place Sunday night. It is getting a littlo cool for peoplo to stand in tho night air and wait for n train, but 6till thoy cdmo, r K 1 ArcreTT'e V J vJ . jj i JL .. "A .a. ali.ta if Clothing HARRY GUENTHER GLENDEANE. Mr. Joo T.' Jones went to Louisville last weok. Mr. AVill C. Moorman wns in Louisville last week. 40.1-1- 07 Miss Ella II. Owen has been very sick but is better at this writing. Miss Sallio Dean has returned homo after a stay of six weeks in Ixjuisvillo. Mr. W.T. Owen, of Owensboro, is visiting his brother, Mr. Jesso L, Owen. From I to 600 horse power. Miss Nannio J. Green made a short " visit to her homo in Louisvillo last week. DO GENERAL Mrs. C. L. Cornwell, of Louisvillo, is expected homo soon to visit her parents. Undo' Jesso Moorman, of Cloverport, Mills, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Koberteon. Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Gj-is- t Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shingle Machines. Mr. Junius M. Owen is in Louisville Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d attending tho Bryant & Stratton business Machinery, c i.lego. Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Loather Bolting, , Mi6s Nellio spent several days Iron and Wood Pulloys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, in Fordsvillo last week, visiting relatives Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, and friends. And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. A party of gcntlemon from Louisvillo' fiST PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. spout last week at Mr. Ford. Owen's CorreBpohdenco solicited. bird hunting. Mrs. Mattio Countryman' came up --A. a-A-Lfrom Fordsvillo to attend tho marriage of Miss Mnggio Moorman. For Salo. PUBLIC. SALE. I will tell either of my Jacks, one black, t On Tuesday, Nov. 10th, nt 0:15 o'clock years old 14 hands high the other 2 years I trill tell at Public Auction on a. si., at' tho residence of tho brido's past, W$ hand), well broke. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, 1891, J. Q. STKl'HKNS, Holt, Ky. mother, Mrs. Bettio Moorman, Miss Mag-gi- o Moorman nnd Mr, B. A. Crider wero At the Livery of SEE AS IN YOUTH 1 Clareriiorl. k'vStablehn,lJ. rT. Miller, decratedj 9"i Ifr, ...... n 7 united in marriage. o Ilov. W. B. 1 lot ofitoek Cattle, lot nf Bufrjjlon, CarrIaKA officiating. The attendants were ariTi . uin o..m i.a'""" iu airiuiog luipieuienii, orcto.1 Miss Lou Dean nnd Mr. Will Smith, of annuo iouiB up me etiata J. T. Miller, deoeated. Sale will begin nt 9:09 Fordsvillo. Immediately after tho cerea, m rain or thine. mony tho bride and groom left for Lyon Terint of tale AH tqmt of $5.00 and under cath in hand, all auini over $5.00 note h county, to visit tho hitter's parents. Thoy months with approved security. wero accompanied as far as Irvington by MARYJ.MIUEH, Admr'x. sovcral of their friends. They received THESE WOrtDEIlFUL LENSES BQveral useful presents. Aro tho result of years of pclcntlflo r, WHISKEY ond nio now rliicod. owlntt to JaAUIKS tliolr superiority, proomlnottlynbovooYorx Il'oflen used at medielna. In wlitnh A'cedlnso tonic,. ur cluUlrun u)io want build- tlilnjr hirotoforo proiluood In tlila llnerT ln up, should tnko 'ill y nro ncknowlodcoil. hy exports to bo purity of the article it of the grpaleiTu' MMWN'S IHON IklTTKllH. llio finest find most poriectly oonstruotod anco. i, y. uarper ita Kentucky a' It Is pleasant ; cures Malaria, Indication, H Louses KNOWN, nnil oropopnllnrly mlaptoii national reputation. The product of UIUousucm, Mver Complaints und ISctiralglu. l" jo oorroctlnc tho various vf mini lmporfoo-llon- s, to the retail hmu.CVT A trlfll of tlin K0WNO0R will eniivinoa panel thrcueh no you thny nro PEHFECT ICHT reicwERS. ileman't hands, to FOR SALE. nixed, colored, and watered. Everj P Warranted. CunmmenM therefore, have the aisurannn that I, W. Har- - v A horse power Stare Hunker, good as new For Salo by Whiskey Ii told In itt absolute purity by price very reasonable, can be seen at Ilarnod Cer'i J Station, aoe Mich, Meyer at the Station or A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician HEAVIN FiesorlptlomEooeWe Oarefnl Attention i address rQPHAM, Sole Ag'tt, J. M. O'BRYAN, & BRO., East Maiu St., Ki2NrC3 - ZIsrE3S AND FOUNDRY MACHINE BUSINESS. n GIVE TJS Ilut-ledg- MllH .' oxpor-Jmentlne- TH O i -- Paynesville, Ivy. OLOVKItrOKT, KY, Cloverport, Ky, Mfs Both tho method and results when Syrup of Fig3 is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tlio taste, and acta gently yot promptly on tho Kidnoys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and euros lmhitunl constipation. Syrup r gs is tho only remedy of its kitm ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly hcneficiul in its effects, prepared only from tho most, healthy and agrecaulo suhHanccs, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mndo it tJio most ponulo remedy known. yforBnlo in 50c Syrup or F' and $1 bottles by all leading Any refial.lo drup- Lt who o may not have it on hand will it promptly for anv ne who Do not accept wishes to try it. any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Inn;-gista. Mr. Geo. F. Fetter and Mr. T. J. Min-arof Louisville, were' the guests of Mr Jas. G. Stephens', Holt, hist week and spuutjthu time v ry pleas tntly hunting You nover tried DoWHt's Little Karl rs or eonxtlpatiiin, hllliouxucss, sick headache or you would not havo Hum diseases. Sold by G. W. Shoit. Miss I.lz.lc Rlcketts is now prepared to do drebsuiaklng up stairs in the Old Breckenridgo Bank opposite Sub.er's Dresses made cheaper than ever store. before. Dr. Geo. B. Hayes has bought Q. W. Short's property on tho hill for his ton, Dr. Ed. Ilnycs, tho dentist, who will locato hero permanently. Price paid Itl-c- Henry Wlnicr. Wm J. WlnJ. r. Johu M. Oorntraegor, No column. w F ,' p iiiiimi iiiwiwiiiii iiiiiiHiM wmm AFTER to." TAKING Tho present spell of weather is merely r. taste of what is coining. Don't wait until tho " Wild West Winds M toy with your whiskers, or till n zephyr from tho frozen North dances a hornpipe down your spinal Buy your Suit or Overcoat for yourself or boys now. You will find our stock to ho largo and our prices right. Wo manufacture our entire stock right hero at homo. Wo down the world on Overcoats. Every conceivable stylo of goods find at all prices ; light woight, medium weight and heavy weight, including storm ulsters, long down and high up in collar. Is tho time lo buy your Winter Clothing. fGOO. A stroll through our store, a lady remarked, "I understand now how to account for your great reputation as being the leading store in Cloverport, you carry a complete stock of everything in your line, and your prices are certainly lower than I have been accustomed - pro-eur- SAll FRAWISC LOUISVILLE, KY. ), CAL, NEW YORK, N.t, Dr, J. M. Clayton, Physician Office Surgeon. in Dr. White's old stand up stairs, OLOVERPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician Officb 1 & Surgeon, Clovcrport, Ky. Noxt door to Rreekcnridgc Bimkt A. GANNEL.TON, mailo to order in tlio best style. Suits Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Merchant Tailor, IND. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1891 J. KIRST, LOOAIBREVITIES. B4bbJgo for carpet paper. Eggs 20 cents and scarce. Snow and sleet beio yesterday. J. P. Barry went to Ekron yesterday. Winter struck us in earnest yesterday. Go to Short & Ilnynes' for your drugs. Christmas goods arriving at Babbnge's. It. R. Pierco went to Louisvillo yesterday. See that fino line of soaps at Short & Ilaynps' Short & Haynes have spectacles to stiit every one. Morris Kskridge, Hardiusburg, was in tlio city Saturday. Bargains in curtain poles and window shades at Babbage's. A twenty column supplement is sent out with this issue. J. W. O'Brien and daughter went to 1misville yesterday. You aught to try that nickel cake of toilet soap Short & Haynes. Felix Elder has resigned his position as bartender to Win. Beavin. Charlie Babbago was at homo Sunday and went to Owensboro Tuesday. Mr. B. G. Laslio and Mrs. Kate Neville wcro married at Pollville, Sunday. Dick Beavin and family, of Leitchfield, camo oyer Saturday td visit relatives. There was an old time quilting party at Mrs. Fallon's on the hill yesterday. "YV. C. Brandon will preach at Holt's next Sunday morning and hero at night. A special train of twenty cars, freight, was sent out from this city last Saturday t night. son, of Jimmy, a littlo William Pumphry, died ycbtorday with four-year-o- ld Miko Popbam succeeds Beavin & Pop-hain tho saloon business in this city. Mr. Popbam paid Into tho city treasury yesterday $400 in gold for a renewal of Ids license Rev. W. K. Peniod and family arrived at their new homo Inst week and were He warmly welcomed by his church. preached Sunday morning and night to largo audiences. See our ads bow they loom up. And notico tho very artistic stylo in which they aro gotten up. Wo aro very proud of our advertisers and wo try to give them the very best in our oflice. Mayor Pierco has called a meeting of the Representative of tho cities of tho fifth class to meet in this city Dec. 15, to discuss and adopt such form of charter as will conform to tho new Constitution. There aro about forty cities in the stato that belong to this class. Tho farmers' .meeting over at Tobins-por- t last wcok was pronounced a splendid success by all who attended from this side. Thoy wero royally and handsomeHon. W. E. Minor was ly entertained. especially loud in his praise of tho meeting and of a paper read by our correspondent. Tlio sinallebt editor, wo mean in stature of course, in thojstatc of Indiana, called on us Saturday. His namo is Mr. Schuetz and he runs tho Telepliono at Canhcl-to- n a now paper, and an excellent one too, just started there. Ho and Mr. Henning camo over from tho Farmers' Institute at Tobinsport. A called meeting of tho city council was held Saturday night to consider a proposition mado by Mr. Henning, of Cannolton, to build water works. Mr. Henning represents a Philadelphia company, wjio propose to put in a system of water works at a cost of $(50,000, if the city will guaranteo bald company $2,230 per year for 25 years. It was a littlo bigger thing than tho council felt liko tackling and tho matter was postponed indefinitely. We will publish noxt week an interesting account of, tlio Maxwell Lowe tragedy, which occurred at Hawesvillo way back in tho fifties It is written by our old friend," Win. Stcrrett, who is now tho Washington correspondent of tho Galveston Texas tfows. Mr. Stcrrett is considered. one of tho best of the many Washington correspondents, and tho story is told in his usual bright and interesting way, and will bo especially interesting on account of its local features. A few famples of tobacco wero shown at Hardiusburg Monday. They were of splendid color but with scarcely any There body, being light and chaffy. wcro no sales and no bids. Tho crop is tho usual crop. estimated at Mr. B. F. Beard says, but for tho shortness of tho tobscco crop, this would have been one of tho most prosperous years for the farmer he had known in many. Tho farmers aro all right any way said be, but nothing liko what they would have been with a full crop. Always use tho mediclno that will do tho most good, and for kidney and liver trouble, Lightning Kidney & Liver Remedy is tlio best. Messrs. Gracy & Had-doBarlow, O., says : "Wo havo handled medicines of different kinds for years and havo never handled nnytbing that equals Lightning Kidney & Liver Remedy. Ono of our customers has been Buttering for years with kldnoy trouble, and has used a great deal of kidney and liver cure, but did not receive much, if any benefit. Ho finally tried Lightning Kidney & Llvor Remedy, and will use nothing else. Ho says ho would rather pay tho pricedor it than to tako the other for nothing." For sale by nil dealers., one-four- th m Such an endorsement from a woman of 'i 1 GOOD SENSE Is very satisfactory to us. that our efforts to sell ' JULIUS WINTER & CO., 'Old Reliable" Olotliiers Oor. Third and Market, It shows Louisville, Ky. -- sGood Goods s- THE OLD liELIABLE BOOT 'SHOE SHOP IRVINGTOlSr, KY. I havo recently bought out McGlothlan Bros., Boot and Shoo Shop of this placo, and am now prepared to do any and all kinds of work in that line. I invito my old friends to give mo a call. T. .7. MORRIS. T.J. MORRIS, ! At right prices are beginning to be appreciated by the good people of Breckenridge and surrounding Country, and we are more determined than ever to have 1Y0UR TRADED Euenituee The regular and reliable Furniture dealer Is always on hand Furniture ! Furniture fftPAvVtlt. ! nis MICHAEL HAMMAN, nltu n full ttock cluding Sewing Machine?, Coffins, In- SULZER' JfCTi STEPHENSPORT. F. C. Ferry was in town Sunday. E. II. Miller wns in Clovcrport Sunday Mr. J. II. Pilo went to Louisvillo Saturday. Mr. R. II. Hanks was in Louisville last week. Mrs. It. II. Rcnnett, of Owensboro, is in town. Mrs. Taylor Hanks spent last week in Louisville. Mr. Christ Ilert went to Henderson last week. Mr. Henry Davis went to Cloverport Saturday. Ift Mrs. Sue Isaacs returned from Owensboro last week. Mr. and Mrs. Philo Hawkins went to Webster Saturday. Miss Kate Hawkins went to Indianapolis, Ind., Friday. A company in Owensboro is formed to open ono of tho gas wells here. Mr.Grnhain Jolly was in town Sunday tho guest of Miss Bettie Maine. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jarrett and son G rover went to Hardinsburg Monday. Mr, Gus. Shellman, of Union Star, was tho guest of Miss Sallio A. Davis Sunday. Miss Rettio Allen, who has been in Louisville for some time, returned homo Saturday. Mr. Rryant, of Weldon and Miss Rona Adkisson wcro married Thursday evening by tho Rov. S. P. Stiles, nttho brido's They will sister, Mre. C. C. Grant. mako their homo at Weldon. " There was a gentleman hero last week prospecting through our country, and says wo havo splendid clay for a brick plant, and talked quite favorablo on tho subject of establishing ono here. Sunday morning about 8 o'clock, fire broko out on tho hill grave yard, and in a fow hours tho entire hill was ablazo, It was some timo before it could bo gottoi) under control, and not until it had caused somo damago to tho fences and stones. 'Tis thought it was set afire by somo small boys. " Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. His prices shall ho such, quality considered, that no legitimate houso can undorsell him, and ho is determined to meet tho market, lot tlio prico ho what it may. Always call on him and ascertain prices before purchasing elsewhere. Ho means just what ho says. He cannot M. HAMMAN, Cloverport, Ky, bo undersold. GET THE BEST. Tho Rest is good enough for this discriminating child. Tlio Rest is good enough for tho man who respects himself and loves his family. Such n man always wants tho Rest Groceries, and buys them of (fSb FRANK IIASWKLL. WM.SHULL IIASWKLL &j. :ej. 3UEOo:R,:M:.A.:rr, knowing that he always keeps the Rest that tho market affords and retails them at' proper prices. Docs Your ' CANKER? If it does, it is a sure sign that it or no good. llif is cheap w; B w Co:; K :o: Our Fight t Over! io: io: : ii Whenever you want anything in the Jewelry Line Come and see our stock and you will he sure to buy. For Christmas we will have a full line. Call and see us. We have the trade in Shoes, and if prices mean anything we intend to keep it. We have just received a fresh stock of K I'.o: o. o: 'i6r BOOTS AND H 'K. B X :o t' croup. Tho biggest doll you ever saw will bo tho attraction for tho littlo girls at Babbago's. Miss Eliza Brashear, of Louisvillo, came down Monday and returned to Union Star yesterday. Short & Haynes hnvp the nicest line of Jowolry ever brought to Clovcrport. Call and see it. Miss Ireno Newsom went to Tennessee last Saturday to spend the winter with Mrs Ella LaNeavo. Mrs. John Sterett, of Hawesvillo, is visiting her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Bartles.- Mr. Dan Carroll, of Louisville, and Miss Minnfo Wiesonborger, of this city, wero married last wcok, Hewitt, Field & Co., tho well known seed house of Louisvillo, uuula an assignment last Monday. Capt. J. II, Rowland went to Doskett Monday to accept a position as bookkeeper in tho mines there. F. N. D'Hny and wifo returned from Cincinnati last Saturday night, where thoy have been to purchase Christmas goods. Hardinsburg 0. 1. S. 0. FRANK HASWELL SON. ves-teg- SHOES And they must be sold, and if you want a little square talk, conic and see our line. II r:o; M L: :o, Tho Ladles of tho Baptist church will glyo'a dinner and suppei, Thanksgiving, for tho benefit of the church at Fisher's Hall. Dr. Hayes, was tho guest of Row W. 0. Brandon Saturday and filled tho pulpit hero Sunday! Eyorybody was pleased with bis sermon, Miss Lutio Waldon, of New burg, Ind., who has been tho guest of Blancbo Frank, at Frank's Landing, Ind., tho past week has returned home. Mies Etta Pnrr is visiting in Clovcrport this week tlio guest of Mrs. Jordan. Miss Almn Mitchell after a protracted visit with her sister, Mrs. Lena Vessoll, Owensboro, has recently returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Reavon visited her sister, Mrs. Ciuinnry recently, the later is soon to lcavo for Now Albany, her future homo. Miss Mnttio Beavin (neo Hicks) has just opened a full and coinploto stock of millinery goods. Givo her a call boforo purclmrslng elsewhere. Misses Lafio Parr and Ruth Cunningham accompanied by Mr. Tom. Brodie, of Chenault, wero tho guests of Miss Julio Cunningham last week. Wo have been having nice, pleasant, Autumn dnys and tho lovely nights are to bo admired aa thoy slowly and pleasMOOLEYVILLE. antly lengthen out for sweet roposo. Tho fall season has been unusually Mr. S. L. Parr is In Toll City this fayorablo for gathering crops, and all week. products will class high as a consequonco Miss Jennie Stnllmnu glad to say is out The corn crop Is tho largest In ton years. ' ngaln. . to bo tho Miss Llzio Warren was in town last . .Miss Laura Klder is soon now deputy at our postofllco. Miss week. .Laura Is a nico, refined and cultured Dr. Payne, of Clovorport, was In town young lady and wo congratulate and last week. welcomo her as tho now assistant. Miss Allico Cart, Union Star,, was in Wo aro glad to state that Rov. S. P. town last week. Styles will bo with us another year. Ho Mr. Wm. Manning is vory low with has won the- esteem and respect of this pneumonia fever. people, and they aro lo be congratulated Mrs.)r-Whito, pf Chicago, js visiting for having secured tho services of such a Mrs. McFrymlro. worthy, ublo ' minister. Ho has dono Mr, Bloom Pnrr Is still holding forth at much to redeem this community from i1 ! Knnli nlAH ltllll tho thraldom of sin, and it is hoped that ' Mr. O. Burch is on a business trip to his power for good among us mny increase an hundred fold. ElUnbothtown this week. cor-dlaly ( After soveral discouraging efforts, this society met for earnest work at Mr. Morris Eskridgq's, Nov. 8th. 1891. Having no dcllnito program for tho occasion, wo rend from tho required reading in tho "Chautauquan," "Domestic and social lifo of tho colonist." Then tho president gavo tho following duties as our noxt weeks program : Quotations on America as responses t the roll call. Mr. Babbago, a "character sketch o(n Queen Isabella ; papsr on tho religious and traditions of tho IGtli century" by John Harwell. Jesse Eskridgo "when wero glass window panes first used?" Miss Katlo lijjkridgo "when was glass first manufactured?" Mies Florenco Smith 'was corn of American origin ?" meet nt Mr. V. G. Babbago's November 10th. Rev. Styles delivered a splendid serMcElree's Wine of Cardui mon at the Little Dixio school houso and THEDFORD'S BLACK DRAUGHT aro last Sunday. May tho good ho has accomplished continuo until tho hist for salo by tho following merchants in o Brcokenridgo County i of sin disappears from among us. Jesst W. Owen Cloveroort Tho marringo season Is not being Q. W. Short, Cloverport. Brashear 4 Lay, Stephemport. slighted In this Community, two publicaWitt Jc Meador, Uardinaburg, tions having been announced last SunJ. J. Seven, Union Star, day. Three or four moro will occur ore Kris Kringlo appears to ilistributo Ids toys, If present indications amount to -- FURNITURE, anything. ' A Prisoner of War. STOVES and TINWARE, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Mr. Robt. L. Smith, an intelligent and prominent merchant, of Perry villo, Tonn. bado friends and his girl "good bye" last Saturday and left on tho west bound train for that point. During his short visit hero bo mado friends who wish him tho groat success ho richly deserves. Major Alfred R. Calhoun recites his experiences in a southern prison and tells of1 his escape and marvelous journey through Georgia to the GROCERIES, DOORS and SASH, PLOWS and FARM IMPLEMENTS, FERTILIZERS, COFFINS. II II B. F. BEARD & CO., HARDINSBURG, KY, Commendable, All claims not consistent with thohigh character of Syrup of Figs aro purposoly avoided by tho Cal. Fig Syrup Company. It acts gontly on tho kidnoys, liver and bowels, cleansing the system effectually, and makes no but it is not a cure-al- l pretensions that ovcry bottlo will not substantiate. LAND FOR SAUE;.t Tli I Lick--and Union lines. THIS ABSORBING STORY Will appear in serial form in Illustrated these columns. and Copyrighted. A PIUSONKU OP WAR. This absorbing talc shoics that "Truth (s stranger than fiction," It is one of the most interesting stortc ever published. Head it in this paju ' ono-ha- ll SS NOTHING T TIRED FEELING, IASTES RIGHT TO HnfflSTn? LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, farm Ilea in Ilreokonrldgo founty, on the head wuteri of Long mile from the h, 11. A W. rnlluad, und li well Improved. Will sell at a whole or divide In For further Intract tu tult puruhaiera. formation addrrii W. W, LKWIS, Owtruboro, Ky. vim ilbtonlen, take HHOWJV8 IKON lUTTKHH. ImlerBkiviilt.M perhotlla. (loimlneliM i'u nunc uiul iTs6t-- l red Hum ou wrapper. ItecntlMi, and YOUjL . ,v nnnt TOfJIO and wo what a chango It will mako. This Tonlo is not only tho Surest Remedy or Chills, but as a Blood Purifier and Appetiser la unequalcd. Pleasant as lemonade. Children cry for 't r en Vint, n Kft TRM OK OIIII.L Villt IIYSrEl'SIA, EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. f9&& CLOVERPORT, KY, ,l. For Sale by A. R. FISHER, JBRECKENRIDGE NEWS, How 1I Hent Itio Harbor. A TROUBLESOME TAME OSTRICH. Ilm-l- f A Onyi rally !t Tlint Nuisance to Mukca Kverybmly. Terrible n boH-tar- y Wlicn, as sometimes happens, n ostrich chick is reared lit tho liouso it becomes inconveniently tame. Wo had one called Jackie, and it was often a terrible nnisanco. All tho little darkies about tho placo had a lively dread of him. As they sat on the ground at meals with plates of boiled pumpkiu and rico in their laps Jackie would come up and, stretching his snakelike neck over their heads or under their arms, would coolly help himself to tho contents of ono plate after another. Occasionally ho would make for tho unhappy youngsters in so menacing n manner as to frighten them into dropping their plates altogether; then, whilo his victims ran away crying, ho would squat on his heels and regalo his enormou3 appetite at leisure. But ono day retribution came. Being freo to run into tho kitchen simply be cause no ono could keep him out he was not long in observing that tho pumpkin and rico always camo from ono particular pot, and tho idea suddenly occurring to him that ho could do no better than to go straight to tho fountain head for hi3 favorite dish, ho walked up, full -- of joyful anticipation, to tho fire jvhero this pot was boiling. Tho cook who, being mother to several of tho illused children, did not love Jackle-qffer- ed no friendly interference to save him from his fate, nnd plunglng.his bill into the pot, ho greedily Bcooped up, and with tho lightningliko rupidlty of ostriches, tossed down his throat a big mouthful of the boiling rice. Then there was what boys would call a "circus." Jackio began danciug around tho kitchen, writhing with agony, shaking his head nearly off and twisting his neck aB if bent on tying it in a knot. Finally ho dashed wildly from the house, and tho last Been of him wasalittlocloud of white dust vanishing on tho horizon. Ho returned a sadder and wiser bird, undit' was long beforo ho would venture again inside the kitchen. .When about a year old Jackio was sold 'to a farmer that had long coveted him. No doubt ho soon repented of his purchase. The bird was now now strong enough toglvo a good hard kick that is tho way ostriches fight and being a moro daring freebooter than ever, nnd no respecter of persons, ho would inarch up and attack any one ho saw carrying what ho thought might bo food, endeavoring, by a well aimed blow, to striko it out of their hands; and ho was generally successful. At last his master, tired of hearing complaints about his conduct, and impatient of his perpetual intrusion indoors, tried putting him into a camp inclosed by a wire fence. There, however, ho obstinately refused to rcmnin. As soon ns he was put in ho would squat down, laying his head and neck on the ground; then, making himself ns flat as possible, ho would squirm out under tho lowest wiro of tho fence. But Jackie soon ceased from troubling. His end, as may bo imagined, wai brought about by no other cause than his own moral obliquity. Ono day ho wandered down to tho river where somo Kaffir women wero washing clothes, their children, a group of little animated imdo bronzes, playing near them. Ono little fellow, who was eating, was of courso instantly spied out by tho greedy and covetous Jackie. Tho marauder, however, this timo paid tho penalty of his lawlessness, for in rushing to kick the littlo darky and thus capture tho food, he fell down tho rocky bank of tho river and broke his leg. Then Jackie, like all other broken legged ostriohos, had to bo killed. Philadelphia Times. fnbltnf frnm llln TviMrnf what tho barber supjKised was a twenty fivo cent piece, turned around to tho barber and insisted that ho should go out and have a drink with him, ne ho wished in that way to sh6w his appreciation of tho artistic manner in which tho tonsorial artist had manipulated him. Tho barber ilrmly but courteously declined tho invitation, saying ho never drank during business hours. "But," sniii the young man, "you have given mo tho best hair cut nnd shavo I havo enjoyed in a gopd whilo, and I insist upou your going out ,and having a drink with mo for friendship's sake, as I cannot thluk of leaving without expressing in this manner my esteem for your linf filwl mint ntlil A spruce looking young man entered a down town barber shop nnd, seating himself in the barber's chair, was speedily enjoying tho luxury of n hair cut and shave. After his mustache had been curled to the young man's satlsfac; tion, ho got out of tho chair, put on his) ?VV'WVWAAAAAvAAAAA'VN CALL AND EXAMINE t: JUST WHAT EVERY FA11MER WANTS. J. P. H HARNESS (All Hand Mndo.) Doublo Harness round work $18 ASWELL & QONS'., STOOK OF SADDLERY sGROCERIES(Fresh and Cheap.) SUGAR, COFFEE, TEAS (Green & Black), BAKING POWDERS, LARD, SYRUP, ' OAT MEAL, CRACKERS.' All kinds of -:- - up. Harness, up. 86 Doublo .$15 flat work up. Singlo Harness excellent workmanship." Tho harbor was a littlo nettled by this timo and replied brusquely: old you I never drank with any ono during business hours, through friendship or for nny other reason. Don't you see tho gentleman who is waiting? Eastern Harness, most any price. (Best Goods.) Gathright Iron cantlo 80 up. Fink's Patent Leather treo $10 up. Wo call your attention to this Leather treo saddle, as it is one of the best in the market. Flat Saddles - - $2.50 up. - - $5.00 up. Kilgoro " . Granite CHILLED PLOW. x:e3d:e3 - FANCY GROCERIES. 'l Wo mako a specialty of ropairing all kinds of Next!" "Well, I call this a downright i"snlt," said (he spruco looking young man, "and Guarantco all of our work that leaves tho shop. Another specialty is FINK'S PATENT ALL LEATHER SADDLE. GIVE US A HARNESS and SADDLERY. Come in and see it. CALL. . That Terrible Cough In tho morning, hurried or difficult breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in tho chest, quickned pulse, dullness in tho evening or sweats at night, all or any of these things aro the first stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough Keniedy will cure these fearful symptoms and is sold under a positive guarantee by O. AV. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & Meador, Jlardinshurg, Ky. Tho Ue uf tliu Voire. Among tho small tilings, as gent-rallconsidered, but great ones as I look at them, is tho use of tho voice. Here is a sample of a very common conversation, such ns wo hear in many homes: "Marin, did you tell Tom to go for tho milkV" "Heli?" "Did you tell Tom what I said?" "What did you tell mo to tell him?" "To go for tho milk." No reply. Then comes tho question again, "Maria, will you tell me if you sent Toml" "Yes, I did." Hero is a great waste of both timo and strength, and generally of patience as well. The habit with many jieoplo is very persistent not to answer directly, but to first compel a repetition of a question or a temark. In tiro course of a year such duplicate remarks, if put to gether, would make a largo volume. The habit should be formed of careful listening and direct responding. Some persons respond indirectly in order to gain time. They are made up with a lack of straightforwardness. They never wish to commit themselves promptly but most portous who indulge the habit nro simply heedless and indifferent to A Niht Motor Knglno, others' rights. A few liavo preoccupied minds, and a question has to be repeated A new method of working motor entwo or three times to get through the gines with hot gases nnd steam is now circumambient meditation. Mary E. creating no little interest in English cirSpencer in St. Louis cles. According to this plan the mixture of tho steam with tho hot gases, to Color of Woiiiuii. form a charge for doing duty In tho Balzac, tho French author, says that a working cylinder of the engine, is effectwoman's character finds expression in ed in tho following way: her favorite color. A woman who preFirst, the chamber having supplied a fers orange or green gowns is, ho thinks, charge of mixture to tho working cylinquarrelsome. Those who sport yellow der and been afterward open to an exhats or who go clad iu black without haust, hot gases aro passed through to causo aro not to be trusted. Whito clean nnd dry it, and while tho cliainber should indicate coquetry. Uentle and Is still foil of hot, dry gases It is closed. thoughtful women prefer pink. Pearl Steam at a suitable pressure is now adgray is the color of women who consid- mitted, mixing there with tho hot gases, er themselves unfortunate. Lilac is tho nnd forming the working mixture for shade particularly affected byoverripo uso in tho cylinder, This mixture, bebeauties; therefore lilac hats aro mostly ing at n high pressure, expands in tho worn by mothers on their daughters' cylinder, which, nfter the former lias marriage day and by women more than dono duty In effecting a stroke of the forty years old when they go visiting. piston, is opened to the exhaust, and the San Francisco Argonaut. spent mixture allowed to escapo. For a single acting engine, one mixing Ha Kept IIU Wonl. chamber is said to suflico, while a double v "Qli. what do you think!" erclaimed acting engine requires at least two, in Miss EUteK each of which tho process takes place: - -"Well?" replied Miss Flypp. .but tho chamber or chambers to supply Slmcoo jirojwsud to me last actuating "Mr. fluid to ono end of the cylinnight." der, or of must he sepa"Did he? Well, when I refused him rate from those that supply the other tho night beforo ho threatened to do end, in order to allow ainplo time for I didn't think something deopunit, but tho process of clothing owt, drying, fillhe would bo that rush." Now York ing with hot gasea, admitting flteHtiHfrtc. Epoch'. New York Sun. Globe-Democrat. each-cylinder, There i a remarkable specimen of a boy in the N"W Jersey Reform school at Jamesbnrg. lie has been made a ward of the state because it is not considered That feeling safe for him to bent large. lie is onlj' stays with impure blood. Lightning six years old. but has the manners and Blood Elixir will thoroughly renovate the maturity of a young man of twenty the mustache of the system and destroys all blood impu- andis called by tho a man much older. medical men who Ho rities. It will make you eat. It makes have examined him n precocious baby the weak strong. Pleasant to take. All und wonder in more ways than one. druggist sells it. Price 75c. His name is Herman Hoffer. He is more than tour Itet iu height, has a nicely curled nlond mustache and can striko Trains Alii-m- l of Time. A gentleman from tho vicinity of tho from the shoulder with the forco of a Blarney stono tramped into the depot sledgehammer. He can move a barrel for the seventh timo a day or two ago, of flour and lift easily a S00 pound and, depositing a careworn satchel on weight. His parents have found it imtho seat, waltzed np to tho ticket office possible to control him, Tho boy is n it only the admiration of with blood in his eye and anger in his heart. Ho was so mad that at first h? his "companions, but the terror of the neighborhood. He can whip any boy in rould not express himself except by utTrenton, and he occasionally amused tering a Dotmybrook "begorra." "What is it?" queried tho ticket agent himself by playing David to tho town Philistines. The parents were forced to "It's tho siventh time." appeal to Judge Robert S. Woodruff, of "What's tho seventh timer "Tho siventh timo oivo losht me the Mercer eircuit court, to put him in subjection. Ho was examined by Dr. thrain." Horace G. Wetherill, who pronounced "How so?" "That's what ye'll plazo explain, ya him a phenomenon and a remarkable dude. I began lor-ithrains at pivin case. 'Die boy is now at Jiimesburg and o'clock tliish inuniiii and I'vo been losh-i- n the wonder of the institution. Ho lias not yet made any trouble. Ho is too thiui iver since." deeply interested in his now surround"Haw you a watch?" ings. He is attending the school, but "Nonu of your biisini'ss." to reo if I could tho teachers havo not yet reached a con"I only n.' ked you. clusion as to the trend of his mind. explain how voir lost your train." Tlie IrMuium pulled out a watch with Exchange. a fryitigpan cum and shoved it in a win.Sunken In Went Virginia. dow wil'.i a "It's the best chrouomater It is evident that West Virginia does in town." "That's tho r Mson why you lost your not intend to by relegated to the background while tho narration of snake train." stories is going on, mid she relates "What tlr'o say?" through the medium 6f a dispatch tho "Why. your watch is seventeen minfollowing bouncer: "While two lumberutes slow." "Not by a good dale, begorra. Your men named Mc.Cray and Deuers wero trains in e m v.'iiiot-- minutes too fast," felling timber near Cleveland, Webster and the man grabbed his watch, bolted county, they cut down a large linn tree for his grip ami left the station, shaking which was literally alivo with snakes of a variety never beforo found in this vihis head vigorously. Albany Argus. cinity. They wero browti in color, large Don't storm tho system as you would a iu size having yellow jaws, from which mat-ta- r fort. If held by tho enemy, constipation, tliey continuously evicted a slimy atand were exceedingly vicious, gently persuado it to surrender with tacking the men as soon as tho tree fell. Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers. Tlicso litAfter killing a large number, McCray tlo pills aro wonderful convincers. Sold nnd Deuers were obliged to retreat. Securing assistance, they returned to the by G. W. Short. spot and a general slaughter took place, not less than 500 reptiles being killed. Uilliil by Itiuilneiu. Investigation was then made and from A lady wa- walking along the crowded street of a i ty when she saw a small 1,500 to 2,000 eggs were found in various green bud llyii.;: wearily above tho roar parts of tho tree." and din of traffic, ft was so tired it DoWitt's Sarsaparilla destroys such gradually levelled its flight and soon poisons as scrofula, skin disease, eczema fell at her feet at the curbstone. It was somo one's pet canary, escaped rheumatism. Its timoly use saves many from its e.ige. The lady picked it up lives. Sold by ti. W. Short. tenderly and carried it struggling and exhausted into a drug store, where she Tim Lord Tnlil llcr to Sine. inquired if its owners wero known. The The Baptist chapel nt Leytonstone was drug store people did not know, and she crowded on Sunday because of an anborrowed a paper bag into which she nouncement that Madam Antoinette carefully placed the bird. Then leaving Sterling would sing during the service. her name and address she took the bird Bho not only sang, but at the prayer meeting which followed joined m prayer with her and went on her way. She walked some distance to call on and delivered a short address. It may some friends, and when slio arrived at not bo generally known that the famous tho house set the paper bag on a table contralto is a believer iu the doctrine of and did not think of it until greetings tho Inward Light. wero over. Then bIio called attention to A pretty story is told about her iu this her find, but the little, bright pluuiaged connection. She was present at one of thing lay dead, she having never once tho Quaker meetings at Devonshire thought of t1 j necessity of giving it air. square, und the brethren and sisters reTho closed paper bag had proved air mained some long time without the tight, and the bird was literally killed spirit moving any of them to utterance. by kindness. Detroit Freo Press. At last Madam Sterling got up ami wing "O Rest in the Lord," which created no Robertson it Jones, .TonesbcKO, Ark., small stir Tho clerk afterwanl apwrite: "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure proached her. and said, "Theo kimwest, gives universal satisfaction." 1'lensant sister, it's against the rules; bnt if tho telloth thee sing, totake. No cure, no pay. Sold by Lord was probablytothroughtheo must!' It her recollecShort it I lay nes. tion of this incident that Mrs. Margaret If "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," is -- Lacy, the sister of that old tribune of not tho best remedy you havo over used tho people, John Bright, called iu her for coughs nnd colds your money will bo lust illness for "the singiug sister." Needless to say, Madam Sterling went. refunded. Sold by Short & Ilaynrs. -- British Weekly. n I shall never patronize you again. There's your money," and throwing the com over in tho corner of tho room, he hastily left tho shop and disappeared around tho corner. Tho barber, not suspecting anything wrong, finished shaving the next man, and then, going over to the corner for the money, found a cent. New York Tribune. J. J. HASWELb & SONS..' HARUINrillURG, ICY. Ten Font Ileitrtl. A U3od SWEEPING SUCCESS. it. AAAlAAAvAAAAAAlAAAAvvvA n vs.saaava t lx- -. riil-.nl- ,iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Kilting lliirttnrlieut Cnkes. Says n gentleman who attended tho recent Methodist conference in Washing- Our now "GRANITE" Chilled Plow has gono to the front with wondorful strides, It is now an acknowledge leader with all Who ljavo fllillit? Cut On III Its special meiits are 1st. : Mr. Phil Honson, the gentleman distinguished for having produced the longinest beard iu tho world, found convenient nnd Uncomfortable that ho was induced to cut it off. A number of his friends had planned to place him in charge of the Mississippi department of the World's exposition at Chicago, where it was presumed his remarkable beard would prove a striking feature in the attractions, and much regret is felt that he chose to relievo himself of that incumbrance. The beard was by actual measurement about ten feet long. Corinth Herald. ito Sumliiy Labor In Ttlulne. A wealthy New York merchant has employed a minister to labor in rural Maine for a year among the "unchurched." People who havo not investigated the matter have littlo idea of the opportunities for such labor. On crossroads within ton miles of Lewiston there is absolutely no observance of tho Sabbath. Men wero in the fields pulling turnips and women wero hanging out washings last Sunday. Lewiston (Me.) ton!' "I was amused ut tho way in wlnV a few English delegates conducted themselves at the hotel. It reminded mo of the story told about Matthew Arnold on the occasion of lus visit to this country. When at Cleveland he wits genorously entertained. Ono morning his host put before him at the breakfast tuble, among other things, buckwheat cakes. For n long time neither lie nor his wife took any calces, but noticing that his American friends ate them with u great apparent relish and gusto, ho gingerly took ono on his plate and tasted it very critically. Then leaping over to his wife he said, 'You'd better try one, deab, they ah not'alf so nawstyas they look."' New York Tribune. Jupiineae Cigarettes In China. During the month of May last tho export of Japanese cigarettes to Shanghai aggregated 552.500, from which it may bo inferred that the foreign residents of China ure beginning to appreciate the Japanese article. But unfortunately, as is usually the case with everything exported from this country, the necessity of keeping up tlie quality of the urtlclo is not appreciated. Adulteration with leaves of tho lotus, the goba and so forth, has been resorted to, with tho result of greatly injuring the reputation which tho cigarettes were just beginning to earn. The Tokio news agency addresses a word of timely warning to the shortsighted manufacturers. Japanese Mail. 2nd. 3rd. 4th. 5th. Gth. Perfection in outline and shape. Great turning capacity. Now combination of metals, hard, yet tough. , Patent adjustable slip heel, for compensating wear and giving suck or pitch to plow. Ituns steadily and is very light draft. Each plow has ono point for soft and another for'hard dry -- , soil. 7th. With all its advantages it is sold at tho samo price us ferior Chilled Plows. in- Prices and Description of Avery's "Granite" Chilled Plows. NUMBER. . TURNING CAPACITY. RRICE. 14J 15 10 - Journal. Queer lllril. While a gentleman was out hunting near Crawfordvillo last week he noticed something curious swimming just under the water. It didn't seem to be a fish nor yot a bird. Presently it rose, sjiook the water from its wings and started to fly, when ho shot it down. It had ahead like a turtle, wings like a bat and a tail scaly like a carp. There were two feet webbed like a goose. Atlanta Constitution. A IGi 17 18 ' 'll 7 to 8 inches. " 8 " 9 9 " 10 " 10 " 11 inches. " 13 , " " 12 ".14 - $5.50. , G.50. 8.00. ,' 9.00. 9.50. 10:00. ' . Right or Left hand, A Trial will convince every Farmer of its Merits. The Lull In Europe Before tho Storm. In Europe 8,000,000 armed men are BRANDENBURG, KY. sullenly facing each other, waiting only for the word to spring at each other'a THE throats. War has long been thought of ns imminent, nnd this state of things has come to Iw regarded as normal. This anomalous condition is without a parallel Which Is bothering the hcails of Statesmen and iu history. Forum. ordinary mortals is u very simple matter when you understand It. All one need to do is to make DoWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses the one dollar do the work of two, and the problem is solved. The beauty of this theory is that pracblood, increases tho appetite and tones tice is the best part ot It. You'll thliiK so when the New up tho system. It has benefitted many yen sec GoodsImmense oUcrlng Stock of I'all and we arc Winter at the prices. people who havo suffered from blood DRESS GOODS. disorders. It will help you. Sold by G. u cents for English llabct Cloth worth 20 W. Short. .. , j ,.a .1 Scotrh Diagonals worth 2i 15 pieces Uannock Serge at 10c worth 15 An A'llvuiitueu In Location. 10 pieces 3 4 Serge all colors at "Th6 privileges yon enjoy, my son, lllack Henrietta Cloth at Notelty Dress Goods, Amazon llro.idcloth, Bedfrom being an Americau," said the proud ford Camels Hair, Dublin Cords, father, "aro simply inestimable. You luinestown, Chevronnod plaid, Diagonals, Cloth, plain plain may some day become president of the Tricot, Serges and Flannel plaids at prices that , defy competition. United States, while in England no littlo bey, however brilliant or good, can DRY -- : GOODS -- : and - NOTIONS ever Income ipieen." Harper's Bazar. Ilest Standard I'rlnts at 5c. GEO. YEAKEL & CO. B. F. AVERY & SONS., Manufacturers, Financial Question LOUISVILLE, KY. i- -a -:- Wo cannot afl'ord to decei vo you. Confl-e'enc- o 50 piles round thread checks and stripes at JC ' All llleach Cotton at Mill prices. is begotten by honesty. DoWitt's 25 ps dark Ginghams at 12 worth 20c. I lot fancy dark Dress Ginghams at 10 worth 15 Littlo Early Risers are pills that will We carry a large stock of Flannels In plain euro constipation nnd sick headache. checks and p.alds at lowest prices. Sold by G. W. Short. white lllankets ut $l.2 worth i.co. 20 pr " " " 1.49 " 15 " 2.25 " ' ic--4 " " 1,79 " 12 3.C0 10-10-- 4 10 bales lloosler II. cotton at 5c. A KSSS2! H All wool heavv lllankets at 2.50 and upwards. worth 10c. 15 ps Twilled Towling at 6 One lot Damask Table l.lnen at 24c worth 40c. tlannel skirt patterns at 99c worth $1.50. 50 24 Jersey l'lannel skirts at 75c worth .i. A big line of French Outing cloth j at S, io, 12c. Chevron Outing at 'l worth 20 cents. -- fcSgSuO IV OUR GREATEST BARGAIN. great relief for suffering humanity. H. 1'ltANK. Pastor, Keylorton, V. 0 To. Waloocx, Mo., Oct. 11, 1X1. About five years ago I bocams affected, through excessive smoking, with a nervous stomach trouble (dyspepsia). My health broke down completely, I lost my appetite, and in became vory woak; I could not sleep at all, and nervous sufferings and symptoms ere innumerable. Tour doctors, all known dyspepsia remedies and also eleotriolty affordbd me no relief. As a last resort, just a year ago, I ordered some of Pastor Koenlg's Nerve Tonic. The second dose relioved my pains, and after using only a fow bottles I am entirely oured. 1 certify that Pastor Koenlg's Nerve Tonic has groat, and. Erovou not only anarmloss. beneficent rouiedy entirely conso-quenc- o Koo Nerve Tonlo with the best success for sleeplessness, and bolleve that It la a really nlg'a I am elu) to testify that I usod Pastor Sleeplessness Cured. One lot Ladles and Misses Jerseys, sizes 32 1036 ' at 25c worth 75, i.co and i.$u. worth i2 500 pair Fast lllack Hose at 8 50 patterns French 1'ltld, all wool, no two alike at ooc per yd worth 90 cents. Sec these goods If yon want a nice and stylish 25 doz. dress. corsets white und black nt 75c, worth ft. Fancy colored handkerchiefs at 4, 5, andSi-ic- . Don't buy at other stores, si listltutcs for what you see advertised at GKO, YKAK1U. & CO Price 50 cts.x For Sale by A. R. FISHER. BOOTS AND SHOES. lot mens boots nos. 6 Si 7 at Si 25 worth 2.25 An extra all leather heavy boot oto 10 i.4j OurOmn' Hoys Hoots no 3, S, at li 2 worth 1.40 See our hrand All ltlght" brogausutnSc worth 1.25. L.. S, & Co., glaze calf shoe, the best shoe in the market, ? 1.75. Duel) A- Sons line shoes nnd boots all grades at lowest prices. ' Lady's calf shoe, buckskin lined, button or front lace. Si. 24 worth any where else Si. 75. All our lace shoes which were sold at Si. it now go at Si. Wone Hevy unliucd shoes 74Cts. I - lg Is I e l. A SURE AND FREE A. VnlnabTo Iloolt on Norvons JJIkohiiu stut rrco to any address, and poor patient can alo obtain (lettlui: Oil from HniiiUe. It appears that iu Scotland there is n company which pays a certain amount yearly to a number of iron works for tho privilege of collecting the smoke ami gases from the blast furnaces. These are passed through several miles of wrought iron tubing, ami as the gases cool there is deposited a considerable yield of oil! ono plant is reported to yield 25,000 gallons of furnace oil per week The sum paid for this privilege Is such as to be profitable, it is said, to both parties. The oil thus obtained is distilled, and n considerable quantity of creMil, phenol nnd some other substances are procured from it. while the oil remaining is used as an enricher of gas for illuminating purposes. Now York Sun Tim Cou rtnay 'nl AmhhuIii. It will bo remembered that some time This rfimfldvh&H been nranared bvUia lleverand jWU, and Koeulc. ot Fort f'astor prepared underbiovnrno. Id J, since dlrecUon by the this mcillcluu lico of cluiriio. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES . CERTAIN CURE, KNOWN FOR 15 THE BEST REMEDY FOR BY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R 7t -- lj-- BM Imi I lt2 J YEARS AS MED. CO. CLOTHING. cassimeres, imported cassimercs 75 Suits assorted patterns, well made, S49S. These goods are worth anywhere S7 to S3 j see them 40 pair Gents' I'ants, shaded, ut Si were sold at I250 Fall Overcoats In great nrlctyt Our prices are tlie very lowest I'lCase call und set-- us In this department we excel all our previous cITorts. We have all of the novelties in lino worsted black cheviots, diagnonals, Harrison PREPARED PIUS. ST. LOUIS M0, KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. Sold by Dructfita atC per Battle. OSorSR Xdirffntilze, Bl.75. nuttlonfor SO. B Dr. BULL'S facilitates TttlMny w i. regulates tna uoweis. ABY SYRUP!all druggists, l'rioeaois. I every WATERPROOF COLLAR or BE UP TO CUFF K. THAT CAN BE RELIED ON WMi eelee Tsrot; Geo. Yeakel. & Co., :ke mark JXTcyfc to Steiit2 JDlatooloirg BEARS THIS MARK. to BHANDKN1JUHG, KY., ago Mr, Constantino Belcheff, the minister of finances, was unskillfully shot and killed while walking in the streets of Sofia in company with M. Stambuloff, tho prime minister. It was thought at tho time that M. Belcheff was the victim of mistaken identity, nnd this belief has been confirmed by the following apology which lias been carved on his tombstone; "Forgive us; we aimed at Stain huloff and struck you. The second time wo will npt fall." General M. M. Trumbull in Open Court. ofigCOUGHs CV D 1 1 E Consumption, andro- IV lloves ConBumptiw persons. IVico 25 cts. At all druggists. Colds, D I I 1 9 e CurcsCoughs, Croup, I5UL.IL S Bronohitls. B GREGORY & CO,, HHtilnimrit)rs for Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer Cement, Mien iean Plaster, Halt. Limn, Cnnl Oil by Ihe Barrl, Plaster Hair, V iitLLU loid ttMK TRADE MARK. 0EIUH tify iu. andWhtskoyEtablts cured at home with out palu. Nook of par ticulars sent FHKE, NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. B.M.WOOLLKY.M.D. 1MJ4 WhlttJuUl HC Pine & Poplar Shingles al- THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D CAN NE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. ;v., .i Wli en orrtrr Cliiui'jo of utlilri-fcii- , nir uddrei of your paper clumirnil nUvny Klvo tho old im well iim llio now uiltlrm. AUvhvm lvo pobl. county nnd Ntiitc If your office.Im paper not received rcirulurlr. no- Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring ways kept on band, Orders accompanied by cash promptly fllled. COLLAR IN THE MARKET. WATEHPROOi "CUlogu Orsdu. iwawpraaaaiia riiorouch. rrnetlcat Initructton. tensTatat to political. m I Str&tton Business College, .wwiaiibkbi nn