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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891112801_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. JfsSjK- - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS sTJiiiZBCEasrar- Saturday, November 28, v. isoi. THE CLOVERPORT WOMAN. i CRUSHED TO DEATH. nml iiocn From Her Fnvorlle Antlmr home lulur, estlnif tlltie for Tliclr lluiirfll If I Not llio Work, but llio Worry Tlmt Kill. Rex 1 especially love to say things to Ifo to which tliq majority oven Ilcr cheer lomcu on account of the monotonous of them are libject. At any rate I may give some It is always the caso that lie women that aro most needed are Ikely to bo the ones overtired and are t to bo endowed with a great amount ' conscientiousness as to their duties. 'hen tho preacher wants any help lie compelled to call upon those women iio have already moro than they ought do, but from them ho always expects limbic assistance. I will quote from a vorito author of mlno who say: "The real tragedies of life are often und where wo lcastrexpect them., They o going on before us in tho lives of my n wife and mother y who, be- een her duties to her husband, her lildren, her church and the calls of so- jty, wlrtch she must not slight because her husband's position, is being killed fore our eyes, tortured at tho same Ine by incompetent servants, which ikes housekeeping and tho creation of xnnfable home alm st an impossi-lity- . The question is what shall a man do who is conscious of this ner-us strain and yet must go on working ntinually? All you can do is to put iursolf in the condition to bo rested, ' you aro in higher hands than your n and all you can do is to furnish oc- nons for anything that deserves tho me of rest. You cannot get at it sim- by your will; it cannot bo taken by ce, but take all tho quietness thut is sible for vou. It is not tho work but worry that kills. To have tho mind 1 of tho petty details of every day is,-many a mother of a family, sorrowful-know- s, to become unablo to read any- ng but the daily paper, and to see self compelled lo the same life as that horse, to feel herself the tread-milit out from all tho broad and life- ling currents of thought, to find lier- iat last unablo to interest or even Inn use those she longs to serve, und to herself growing old before her time. thing keeps a woman young and Im like broad and deep mental activi- There is nothing which will give a linco for rest to overtired nerves so loly as a simple religious faith in the o and lender Providence which has in its keeping. It is in chafing inst the conditions of our lives that tiro ourselves immeasurably. It is eing anxious about things which we not help. A simple faith in God, s on the knowledge that lie cares for it least as much as we care for those j aro tho nearest and dearest to us, do much to givo tho tired nerves the ling of tho bird in its nest." y'o live in an ago so grand and g'ori- so fraught with opportunities and labilities that there seems nothingtoo kt for a woman to accomplish. We convinced that there is moro truth Ki fiction in tho assertion that the M that rocks tho cradle is tho hand moves tho world. Woman's power dw, a it always was, "tho power he ll the throno." ttle help. Henry Spaulding. a Colored Section Hand, Misses His Footing, Falls TJndef the Wheels and Instantly Killed. Henry Spaulding, a colored man working on tho section here, was run over at the shops last Wednesday morning and was instantly killed. Tho work train was pulling out from tho shops and Spaulding, it is thought, was attempting to throw ofl tho brakes and in some way missed his footing and fell between the cars. Before anyone knew it two wheels of the car had passed over him rutting bis body in two at the hips. His mangled body was picked up and put on. a hand car and brought to the depotwhere an inquest was held by Squiro D. Hain-bletoTho verdict of tho jury was that hiH death was an unavoidable accident and that the railroad men wero not to blame. Mr. Crouch the foreman, under whom Spaulding was working, said he was one of hlsbest men, and"was very much affected over the accident. Spaulding was n young man 18 years old and lived with his father, Tote Spaulding. n. BSff3: m SI!B3:&i A POX Of Gold is supposed to be at th BOTTOM Of the rainbow. We are to-da- AFTEk IT of ! IN WASHINGTON. ouff Silence Will CI. Iloirconl lite LcuiUville CoiifjK merclul at Wiiklilnif Inn. After a long silence that irrepressible journalist, Billy Sterrette, lato of the Midnight un of this city, has bobbed J Paused in your search, my friend, long enough to IrrrrrNHlbn Hilly Nirfrctte DpSArinr u Hob inspect our immense stock ll up again. Mr. Sterretto has lieen considering a proposition from tho Louisville Commercial to take charge of its Washington correspondence during the coming session of Congress, for several weeks, und has at last decided to accept tho9ofler. Ho has completed all arrangements and will leave next Thursday for" tho Capitol city where ho will mako his home during tliocoming winter. Mr. Sterretto has nn uncle in "Wash, ington who has several times offered to secure him a placo on one of tho Washington dailies, and it is quite probable that Billy will decide to make that city his permanent homo. He is a smooth, easy writer and can, if he desires, make a narao for himself in tho world of journalism. Owensboro Messenger. CLOAKS For Ladies', Misses and Children. THE IDEAL? BRICK ORGANIZED. COMPANY Getting Ready For Business. Tho stockholders of the Ideal Brick Company held ameeting in Louisville last wcek,perfccte'd an 6'rganization,elpct-e- d a board of directors and officers. The directors aro Capt. J. M. l5hillips, I of Memphis, Col. i'awcett, of Louisville, Col. Ed Bennett and Mr. R. M. Jolly, of Irvingtop. Capt. J. M. Phillips is president and It. M. Jolly secretary and treasurer. Twenty thousand dollars cash was paid in and tho company is nowinshario for business. They will put in a 150 horse power engino and two boilers and uso tho square kilns for burning. The s plant will bo in every particular and have a capacity of 25,000 per day. first-clas- Begin To Get Rich! By saving money on 'All your purchases. 555 In buying your S CUMIN and OVERCOATS The :: See that you get value received. best of goods at fair prices. ft w. 3 Improvements at Baakett ThePierceTohaccoWarehouseRented Mr. C. L. Head who was hero last week for tho purposo of renting a tobacco warehouso nee tho recent disaster at Uaskottthe es at that placo have been put in er condition than over before, and jnsivo improvements will bo made in tion to those already under way and pie ted. James Herron, n mining of many years oxperience, has been minted general superintendent. Ho een with tho Breckenridgo Compa- t Victoria for soveral years, and is a class man, Owensboro Messenger. has secured tho Fierce houso and will operate pretty extensively in our information bo correct. Mr. and prepares tho IJead is a weed ready for tho manufacturer. Ho rcdries, stems and puts it up in lumps. Ho will put in a steam apparatus for drying and will employ 50 or 75 hands. This is another big enterpriso for GLOYERPORT, KY. Look out for Santa Claus. Will be here soon. ffijiGBffi&SipcJ rt. Ignoranco of tho merits of DoWitt's Little Early Risers is a misfortune. These hat measures aro you taking to stop little pills regulate the liver", cure headcough? Let us suggest Do Witt's ache, dyspepsia, bad breath, consitpation h and Consumption Cure. It is in- and biliousness. Sold by Short & Hay-ne- s. ' ' to. Sold by Short & llaynes. . J. '.-- .tf ,. vS, Breokenridge News Supplement. Breckenridge Oun turkey is Hoi'KIXSriLLE News. ANOTHER HORRIBLE DEATH. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1891. John B. Folia Loses His Life While Attempting toTMount 'a Moving Train. still a gobbling. B. Fella, a fireman and brake-maJohn on the short lino railroad running is to bo lighted by from this city to Victoria, camo to u fearful death yesterday about 10 o'clock. Mr. Fella has only been running on tho H&55sxrc,9rj! BHMMMHHMNHHMMHMMrj When You Come To town n Rubbers K .'. v electricity. The News is ntlding new subscribers road for about a month and tho nows of his death yesterday was a shock to tho ' Lord Lytton, author of that beautiful wholo community. and familiar poem "Lucile," is dead. Tho particulars of tho sad affair as learned from engineer Klein and several "Watch Pat Bannon now and seo if lie others who testified before tho coronet's don't get his vitrified biick from Clover-por- t. jury arc as .follows: Tho train' was on its morning run to Victoria and va3 made up of threo flat I- The Spirits have struck Hardinsburg. cars, a box car and a caboose. Tho threo David Murray called them up. Wo pity flat cars were in front of tho engino and Hardinsburg. were to bo run on to a switch just this sido of Victoria to bo loaded with lumThe advertiser is with us again this ber. Just before tho train reached tho week. The advertiser is a very shrowd switch Folia rap out over tho cars and fellow and knows a good thing when io inmnedofftooDcn tho switch. Ho had sees it. opened tho switch and gave tho signal to tho engineer to come ahead and walked The merchants who ate turkey Thurs- down tho track to meet tho cars. Tho day can continue to feast on that most engineer said lie threw open tho throttle delicious fowl if they use the advertising and adjusted his pump to let some water No columns of this paper judiciously. when ho looked up into tho boiler, advertising no turkey. again ho missed Fella and could not seo him. Ho immediately stopped his enThe roads to this town aro getting imMr. Herron . gine and gave the alarm. passable again. In fact it is the case all who was in tho caboose camo forward over the county at this time of the year. and went ahead of tho train to find out And still there is no move upon the part the trouble Hero ho found young Felof any one to remedy this State of affairs. la under tho car and almost lifeless. Ho It is a shame. at once got him out, carried him to tho Pat Bannon's Vitrified Brick Con- - cabooso and ministered to his wants as best he could. Fella was still conscious demned. nnd said ho was badlv hurt and would Inr of drill Slrci-t-. Itocntitly Litlit, die. Ho only lived about Will Iliivn to bo ItOitiilrcMl. of an hour and died on the train in fearThe- Courier-Journpays: Nearly 200 ful agonies, It is thought that ho atn nquaro yards of the vitrified brick tempted to mount tho front of tho car, Fifth street, between "Walnut missed his footing nnd fell under tho and Chestnut, which was completed a brakes. His body was not mangled but few days ago, has been ordered torn up crushed, and he was evidently hurt inby tho City Engineer, as it has already ternally which caused Ids death. shown wear, the brick being too .soft. Mr. Fella was an industrious and thorThe brick condemned was furnished graough going young man and a favorite tis by Pat Bannon, of this city, who was with his family and all, who knew him. anxious to have his brick given a trial. Ho was just entering his nineteenth year It was his first experiment in making and was the son of Mr. C. J. Fella, the vitrified material. Mr. Bannon will of tho saw mill in this city. An tear up the bad pavement and roplaco it inquest was held at his father's residence with better brick of his own make, at two o'clock yesterday. The following winch will put him to an cxpenso of is tho verdict of tho jury : $1"0 for tho work alone. Mr. Bannon is We, tho jury, find that tho dead body confident that tho brick ho will put in before us is that of John Fella, ol Clothis time will be just as good us that verport, Ky., who camo to his death by made at Cloverport. accidentally falling under a moving tram City Engineer Mulder believes, that on tiip Breckenrige Company's railroad, vitrified brick js tho coming pavement, and was crushed to death. TiiEJimv: J. It. DoIIavcn, foreman, but is not ready to give an opinion yet. He says the effect ot tho winter on tho "W. W. Brooks, R. D. Witt, C. Swaggart, brick must be seen before it can bo de- John Jennings and Albert B. Oram. cided whether the pavement is durable. His remains will bo taken to Whito He will watch closely this winter all tho Cloud, Ind., thisnoming for interment. squares that have been paved, and if tho Advice To Girls. brick will stand the frosts and changes in tho weather he believes it will ho tho Don't conclude that a man is a gentlecheapest and best pavement for tho man, because ho has tho mannersof one. Don't think becauso n man is a graceAVo positively guarantee Lightning ful and interesting talker that ho is evH"t Drops to euro flux, dysentery, erything olse. Don't fail to take a man at his word (liarrlicau, cramps, cholera infantum, and A pamphlet of Information andab. when he says ho is poor. id' pains, external or intend. Will resiraci or iuo lawi, mowing How toi Doii't bo familiar with men, and don't fund tho money in every caso that relief uoiain t'liienii, uareaia. Trade imi jut.. uuii, uoprnxuia, a. CO. tliein. di-r- e permit familiarities from is not given when used according to .kit MUNN 301 Urondnuy, Don't think becauso n man likes you tions. Can anything bo fairer ? 25 new loru. ail 50 cents. For salo by all druggist. that ho wants to marry you. Don't think that a man is not in lovo Don'ts For Husbands. with you becauso ho lias nqt proposed to Don't think your wife is a servant. you. Don't forget that your wife was once Don't bo silly about tho men. OF THC your sweetheart. Don't bo rude to a man in order to CELEBItATED Don't try to run the household your show your independence. JACKSON way. Don't lot a man impose upon you, simCORSET WAISTS. Don't think your wife can't keep your ply becauso ho is a man. . UADC ONLY IT THI Don't beliovo everything a man tells Don't imagine that you arc a superior you, eithor about himself or yourself. Jackson Corset Co. person. ( JACKSON, MICH. Detroit Freo Press. Don't neglect to compliment your I AH1PQ who prefer not wifi whenever opportunity offers. to wor Stiff to meet tho public favor Don't withhold your confidence. nro and Itl, Id must necessarily have merit. Lightning Invited' to Corsets, in. try the Don't dolo out a dollar as if it were a beforo tho pcoplo They aro npprovod by Hot Drops has been ia physicians, endorsed by for several years and has grown in doDon't stay out late at night. main! each year. Mr. J. L. Goodwin, of drcsa makora, nnd Don't grumble at your wifo and tho Lima, S. C, says : "I have- been selltlm t lias worn Hum. wcrk sho does. ing patont medicines for a long timo nnd SEND FOE CIRCULAR. Don't tliinkithat lovo has como to stay have handled nearly all kinds, but iiavo anyhow. E. B. 0SB0RN, Southern Agont, never found any remedies equal tho Don't forget that husbands should bo ee RICHARDSON BLOCK, Lightning medicines. Lightning Hot gentlemen at nil times and under nil cirUnvaiien Wanted. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Drops are wonderful, and has no equal." cumstances. Detroit Freo Press. All druggist soils it and wants you to try "ANAKESIS " Rives instant Mr. Ilunsche, of Sulzer's tailoring de it just once to see. 25 cents and 50 cents relief nnd is un iafalliblo Cure for 1'IIm. l'rlco$l.liy partment, Cannelton, was bore, yester- bottlo. Guaranteed to reliovo or money DrugRistsormall, Bnraplca fru. Addres&'MtiiKlXIS." day. refunded. Jjox SMW, Now York City. to its list every day. RUBBERS: '. Don't Fail To Rubbers - Visit Goodman FOR- Klein Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats GENTLEMEN, BOY'S, M ISSES - And "ft" Caps. three-quarte- pave-inent-o- Learn Something About The CHILDREN. The largest Line ever shown in the city. pro-nriot- Pumpkin Rackett And That $22. 5C Dresser. W W Ii Court-Ho- J mmmm CLOVERPORT. KY. wsai. v s. 8aN&t5 LATE ALEXANDER'S wiirLAR: HOTEL, THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVE LOUISVILLE, KY. Rates $2.fi0 Per Day. Cor. Jefferson, Center nnd Green Streets, opposite .. W. E. LOGAN, Manage A. W.Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. U Marshall, Clerks. YOU WANT C?tfE & i i eei-rets- 5S?v f ri xnP tH GET THE BEST. Tho Best is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Best is enough for tho man who respects himself and loves his family. Such a ma ways wants tho Best Groceries, and buys them of knowing that he always keeps tho Best that tho market affords and retails tin . proper prices. i PILES Breckeneidge News Supplement. Breckenridge News. PERSONAL. Mr. Goodman went to Owensboro Tuesday. V. G. Babbage, of Hardinsburg, was hero Wednesday. "Fntty" Reed of the L. II. & W. is nt the Kapper House. Jesse Mnrlow, Jr., of Patesville, went to Louisvillo Wednesday. Hon. Tlios. Ditto, of near Branden burg, was at Irvington Wednesday. Miss Lizzlo Skillman is visiting her cousin, Mrs. John Burks, at Henderson. Mrs. Marion Hambleton is visiting relatives in Owensboro und Henderson Dr. J. M. Hardin and Geo. Caspcrko, of Brandenburg, were nt Gnstou Wednesday. Miss Maggie Farber, who hns been visiting relatives at Cannelton, returned homo Thursday. airs. Mnry uronuorf, of 1'arklnnu, re-- t turned homo Wednesday from a visit to relatives at Guston. Coleman Hnswell, of Hardinsburg, was among tho passengers on the train s Wednesday for Louisville. Natou Dernmon and Jos. Colin, of Cannelton, wore tho guests of Messrs. Goodmnn & Klein Sunday. Mrs. Surilda Smith, of Cannelton, who has bison visiting her son, Sam Smith, of Victoria, returned homo last week. Miss Roso Crittenden passed down on tho train Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with friends in Owensboro. Charlie Patterson, of Louisvillo, spent Thanksgiving hero with his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Patterson.l Mr. T. II. Hardawoy, U. S. guager, of Bewloyville, has been nssigned to duty nt Big Clifty. Ho was onrouto Wednesday to tako his place. Do Not Suffer Any Longer. Knowing that a cougli can be checked in a day, and the first stages of consumption broken inn week, wo hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough Romedy, and will refund tho money to all who buy, tako it as per directions, and do not find our statement correct. For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1891. "What People Make a Many People Happy as Yon Can Make them Happy with some suitable Gift from our stock of choice ! are Doing and Talking About. In u Gnu City of TwoTlioiisund Natural NoiiIm. Vest's for rubber shoes. Rubber shoes for children Vest's. Clnrenco Keith is nt homo from Louisville. J. L. Miller hns sold his store house to Win. Beavin. Mrs. J. W. Couty, of Skijlmnnwns in the city yesterday. Ilornco Lewis, of Terro Haute, Ind., is nt homo on n short visit. Aro your shoes a littlo worn and leaky. Try thoso rubbers at Vest's. assortment A" splendid Now Goods. for the Holidays at F. N. D'Huy's. Mre. Abo Ditto, of Long Branch, returned from Louisvillo Wednesday. A pair of rubber shoes keeps out tho cold and damp. Wo can fit you Vest's. Mr. Dud Hnmblcton has bought tho Dick Mays houso and lot in tho West end. Tho Thanksgiving dinner and supper given by tho ladies of thu Baptist church -was a big success. "mZ VTho shot in tho Citizens gas well im- proved tho flow of gas considerably and there is plenty of gas and to spare. Engineer White who was reported kilfixf in a wreck some timo ago was not the man that run on tho Texas here. "Wo fan make you all happy without emptying your purse. F. N. D'Huy will convince you. oeo ins advertisement. Tho now pavemonts over at Sulzer's and tho Cloverport are progressing slowly. Tho bad weather interfered with tho workmen. Mrs. Chas. B. Skillman returned this week from a visit to her parents" at Mor- I ganfiold. She was accompanied by her brother Tobe. Orvlllo Skillman and Will Bowmer at tended two delightful hops this week, ono in Honderson and one nt tho St. 'I"-"" Goorgo Hotel, Evansville, Ind. HOLIDAY NOVELTIES ! rarujl, Yvmun jl .. J jaiiibv an JLesir- ciuuuiius in T ,.T t . rW L7J- - i ,- -'- nir ' 2SL-i.v- r iZ ' . able presents for the "BIIS fS--- C :r - ?& - vsx ?r OLD AND YOUNG They fill the stockings without empty- ing the To look through our Splendid assortment R is a Pastime To mice the Goods is a Pleas Ml ure To possess them is a Privilege. PURE! SV7r jj - T. . Old Chronic Coughs are relieved more speedily by "C. 0. C. Certain Cough ICuro" than any other remedy. Sold by I Short & Haynes. The spirit cr.izj was just as bad in this I town several years ago, said a good sister tho other day. Just lot them alcno, said Isho, and they will run out in about six I weeks. Mako your selections now; tho place to make them is at F. N. D'Huy's. Every WHY IS THE thing in the Holiday lino will ba found at our stores. Everything guaranteed as represented. CENLEMEN WORLD FOR THE HONEl? BEST SHOE Tho " Dandy " Jim Guthrie pabsed up THE li a seamless shoe, IN THEno It with tacks or wax thread on timo yesterday, but she s not her to hurt the feet; made ol tho but tine calf, ityllsh we make more thoe$ of this and easy, and manufacturer. It biautiful self with that uwful, awful Oracle than any otherfrom 1.W to 85.00. equali hand owed shoes costing whistle. Give us tho old ono pleaso and DK OOtJonulno the finest calf 9fm shoe over offered for 63.00 equal French Imported shoos which cost from SS.0II to $U 1)0. we'll recognise you. d 00 Wolt Hlipo, lino c.lf, durable. WA The Spirits liavo given Jim Fisher shoo everstylish, comfortable andsame gradeTho best offered at this price i as custolaomo valuablo information relativo to CO 30 shoes costing from $8.CU to tiM. 1'ollco Hhool Farmers, llallroad lien iPui smooth Inside, heavy threo solos, jtho big Fisher estate over 'in Germany. seamless, and Letter Carriersall weartbcnu line calf, One Illinois one of tho leading mediums in CO "" flno pair will wear ayear. ever offered at cnlfi no better shoe this jpricei one trial will convince those tmsjtown. who want a shoe for comfort and service. Workliigmnn'a Mr. Henry DjIIaven, of Millwood, was CO itS and 84.00 and durable. Those shoes U ata are very strong who have given them a trial will wer no other make. in tho city Thursday and renewed his 81.7.1 school shoes aro 82.00 bynml boys every where: BvJO worn Increasing sales show.they sell subscription to tho Nkws. Mr. Dellavon on their merits, as tho tho il shoe, best I Orlloc $3.00 verystyllsbtequalsFrench Irtas hero to investigate our brick indus kuUICO uongola, ts.no. tries with n view of investing. Ho visit-- Imported shoes costlngfrom al.uu to81.75 shoo for 1, tulles' tt.SO, 8.1.00 nml stylish lid tho Clovorport plant and was highly Misses aro the best fine Dongola. Douglas'and durable. name and C'nutloii. See that W. L. price ore stamped on tho bottom of each shoo. pleased. W. L. DOUOLAS, Brockton, Mass. Hon.. Chas. Blau'ford and Mr. John FOR 8AUUUV BOWMER &, HAMBLETON pox, of Bjwleyvillo, returned Wednes CLOVERPORT' KY. day from Louisvillo where they had been lo sell their hogs. They struck a dull narkot but got tho top price, $3.G0. PJ. M. Lewis, of Irvington, who run in his n the day before got $11.70. AU my agents for'W. I,. Douglas Shoos. If not far solo In your plncu aik the dealer to send for catalogue, sccuro jour agency, and get them for you. I3TTAKK NO 8UUSTITUTE. We promise the BEST in Quality, and the LOWEST Price to all ; without distinction of age or class, and back of our pro mise stands our splendid stock of flfflragfet i S3 SHOE e Uaml-sowcIliiud-Hcwo- nrMiri ac WVMknV d, m-made WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE NOVELTIES, BRONZES, MUSICAL GOODS, tesaSas PIANO LAMPS. TARTTC .w, LAMPS, CHINAWARE, GLASSWARE, TOYS in endless variety, VELOCIPEDES, WAGONS, HORSES, BUGGIES, &c. . mm ffipSSLh mlSXl iM imm - eiteu-slonedg- ii Dniel To look at our stock will be a glimpse of A Fairy Lands. Every one is invited to see our stock. Wo will next week offer special inducements for early buyers ''also announco our opening day. llniiil-Hprtc- The place to remember is LOOK FOR IT T v . in -- 1 -" t v?o iea.1 syjzl i JB-F"M- 't., iax.... i II . : r- - rtcx pxp VA' 'i invn Our Very Best People Iponflrin our statement whon wo say that )r. Ackers English Romcdy is in every nvny suponor to any and all other pre parations for tho Throat and Lungs. In Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic imd relieves nt onco. Wo oflor you a hamplo bottlo free. Romorabor, this Illomedy is sold on n positivo guarantee IFor Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Zy., and Witt fe Meador, Hnrdlnsburg, Ik'y. F. N. D'HUY'S, double roojs, CLOVERPORT, KY. Branch House, Hardinsburg, Ky. '? A7 nHf sJ l..", t "f ' r? I Breckenhidge News Supplement. Breckenridge News. 28,11891 Hit Him With a Cloverport Vitrified One. : SATURDAY, NOVEMUEK TI10 Cabman Was Afrold. Mr. Walter Besnnt tells the following etory of a disputed cub fare: "A friend of mlno drovo from Piccadilly to some place in the suburbs outside the radius. On getting down he tendered three shillings and sixpence for his faro this wiis a little over the proper fare. The driver wanted five shillings. Tho passenger refused. 'I'd like to fight you for it,' said the driver. 'The very thiugl' cried my friend, who had never in his life put on a boxing glove, and was almost as ig norant as Mr. Pickwick even or the fighting nttitude. 'The very thing! Capital! We'll have the fight in.tho back garden, my brother will look on, hold tho stakes and see fair play.' The cabman got down slowly. " 'I was pleased,' continued the narrator, 'to discover that he appeared almost as" much afraid as I was myself; perhaps if that was possible even more. Ho followed into the back garden, where there was a lovely little bit of turf, quite largo enough for practical purposes. I placed my five shillings in my brother's hands, took oft" my cout and waistcoat and rolled up my sleeves, all with an appearance of cheerful alacrity.' 'Now, my friend,' I said, 'I am ready as 60on as you are.' The anxiety of tha moment was, 1 confess, very great. But it decreased as I watched the man's face express successively all the emotions of bounce, surprise, doubt, hesitation and object cowardice. 'No,' he said, 'gimme the three and six; I know your tricks, both of you. 1'vo been done this way before.' And so. grumbling and swearing, he drove away." Why should laughter loving peoplo go to Brazil? Becauso they nre Fonbecam. Tho man who solves this will have n brick throwed nt him. Ky. Journal. Sulzer's Tailoring Department. Mr. J. II. Ilunschc, tho Foreman of our Tailoring Department will visit Cloverport, every Friday of each week. Ho will carry with him n full lino of Samples representing our Stock of Piece Goods, which comprises nil tho desirable Stnnil-ar- d and FancyStylcs introduced this season. Ho will bo pleased to meet you at abovo place and date nnd receive your odrcr. Respectfully, S. L. Sulzer. Louisville, St Louis & Texas R, R. We are getting ready for T The Grandest Thing of all. We mean our Co. TIME SCHEDULE At 5;00 o'clcli A. K. Wedneeday July 29. '91 VTe$t NO. 18. JKLTLJ& AJSTID Kxpr's Kxpr'f Bound Train SI 53 Mail St Dally Eatt Hound Traini STATIONS Dp't.-a- r M, Mall & Kxpr's Expil. 62 .1- - Pally Dallv tv.Un'n jveniucKv Dully It 6 25pm 7 45.nn 800 B4U 8 41 720 8 45 7 24 7 47 900 767 807 811 817 827 8 37 8 47 8 65 (111 0 21 9 25 90S 917 9 21 920 934 9 44 Howard Itock Haven Long II ranch nrandenburg Meade Springs Ekron Irvlngton Webster Lodlburg Pierce Stenhrnsport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawesville Petrle Falcon Lewfsport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Stanley VVorthlngton Spnttsviile Cayce Shops S&mple Gustnn at. Weit Point 10 12 45 I 1216 12U2pm 1145.in 11S8 1125 11 lu 1111 1102 10 M 10 45 10 85 10 30 7 47 7 31 860 8C5 802 Ofvir II at 740 727 723 715 665 648 6 40 631 626 618 6 13 HOLIDAY .: v, -. "- Dlfi 962 in HO 1010 1015 1023 1027 1030 1044 1060 1100 1111 1124 1129 1135 1023 10 18 10 15 1001 U67 9 44 9 3J f Carlyle. Mr. Robert Harrison, who has been librarian of the London library for more years in the course of than thirty-fou- r bis presidential address at the Librarians' conference at Nottingham, gave some interesting reminiscences of Carlyle, wSo was accustomed to frequent the library. He said: "Carlyle often visited the library. His conversation was most amusing, full of extravagant and exaggerated statements, and always ending with a loud laugh, apparently at himself. He nsed the library books extensively for his later works, and was guilty of the reprehensible practice of writing on the margin of the books. I must admit that his remarks were nover meaningless, but chiefly consisted of corrections of date or errors in tie text. ' "Ono remark of his, however, which was pretty well known, was a criticism. It occurred in Charles Dibdin'e collection of songs, the last pagoof which contained the ordinary version of 'Rule Britannia.' At the foot of this boastful song Carlyla with a had written small forest of notes of exclamation after it. In a case like that the librarian would bo a martinet, indeed, if he effaced from the book an expression so characteristic of the man of genius who wrote it."-P- all Mall Gazette. A Ueinliilnceiice 930 9 48 951 10 01 111 10 6 10 567 563 6 40 6 SO -I .- 1018 1034 ' 1060 1102 1111 11 Zt 1131 1140 1165 1205pm 1220.im 10 21 10 28 HIS 926 9 20 915 909 851 8 37 8 27 8 15 1162-- m 12 07nm 622 615 611 5 0TM 448 4 35 4 25 4 13 STOCK? DAT t- - A 1216 1227 12 30 800 7 65 4 0- V- Watch for the 1240 101 Il.ikelt 111 125pm lar.HendetVn Iv & 737 7 20 365 337 3 29 715am 315m LouisviMe.Hardfnsburg TAKING Western R. R, No. 2 TIME TABLE.' EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. Trains Daily ex Sun OPENING And you will find East Bound West Ilound Trains Daily Daily Dally ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun, o. 1 No. 6 No. 2 1130im Lv Irvington Arl (iarneld 1210pm 12 5. Harried 12 42 Harillnsburg 118 130 14S 165 No. 6 that a visit to our 2 15pm 260 302 314 329 Jolly Glendeane Demnster ir Pallsitoughlv Askins Oaks XrFordKvillrt.v iiocKvale Huth Kirk 4 00pm store will not only be pleasant, but profitable. Tlie CiilllTittliiii of KiikIUIi Walnut. Great success is being made with the .cultivation of English walnuts in California. It is believed that they can be produced profitably in the eastern states as soon as more experience Is had in the fertilizing of the flowers. This is always a great difficulty, and it has been found on tho Pacific coast that a very effective remedy for it is to plant among the trees black walnuts, or even tho common butternuts. They are all cousins and the plentiful pollen of the butternut or blaek walnut trees fertilizes the blossoms of the English walnuts, which would not otherwiso be impregnated. Before very long this country will bo jhipplng English walnuts abroad, and tho same is likely to be the case with al- lonas. ur tue latter very big crops art) now produced in California ana Arizona. Thejt require a dry climate. East of the Rocky mountains they do not do well, because of tho frosts and dampness. Washington Star. To Advertisers If you wisb and need Instruction, send ono dollar for our " Book for Advertisers." A littlo study of that book will enable you to decide what you ought to do, and give an Idea of the probable cost. to advertise If you instruct u? LARGEST ASSORTMENT In the city. Watch for the OPENING! k M to place a certain amount of advertising for you in tho way wo think will do you themost good, you should eend an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and make suitable arrangements for payment. Your order will then receive all the attention that it requires. 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