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WgWJ ayWFH jHyr1gnr7P-TTr-- - WTTfV tatg JwymF T - T HE rUBMBMRR J D DAUBACH AND NEWS PRomiRTOR Clovbpot Kentucky Jr Motithi Tiinli suasoBiPTiow nxcnu 4180 5 Threo month ga Oneeopy out year free for elab often uttuerlbers SubwrJiHoBi mtMt be paid la adrnee R sW No paper sent beyond time paid for 1 A iu if AO Organisation of a party being neeeweTy for Its success it ia woll for those having tho Interests of tho party at heart to address themselves to the work of organisation This Mttst bo dono by method nnd discipline Regulations are m Imper tent in this B 0fjftkhM4iD The time Cried and approved malted is through com- fcirttcos which sj infested with certain powers by the Men of the party It is uponfthc duties T these committees espe Â¬ cially County wmmittees that wo desire to mako sowe suggestions this week As wo all know aCfcnaty Executive Committee is compoSl of a member from each dis- Â¬ trict of IIS Bounty It is tho object in selectmglWs Committee to get men active konMgjjIialwM and capable men who will Â¬ VOL III Tho Mind ef mrifiE J TrlT jfe SLr NEWS 1878 - Violin Strings The RUSSIAN GUT VIOLIN STRING fani come principally Into uio dorlnjr tho pant ten yuan and are already acknowledged to ho tb liinB Tho Independent in all things Mcutral in nothinjl Principles notparJk not availability CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGT2i PERSONAL f NO 6 WBFwr- of yellow Man Never Sleeps MJJ llfMtitMan1iui Cn Im A -- r Tho proprietor of n largo menagerie offered ono hundred thousand dollars for tho capture and possession of a corilla This was all ho lacked of having his bhow complete and at this timo there was great excitement nmong the naturalists about this almost fabulous Animal A young English lord by tho namo of Smith con cluded ho would embark in tho undertak- Â¬ ing not that ho wanted the money but for tho romance and glory of capturing tho first Gorilla that was ever captured Mr Smith soon matured all his plans and mado his intentions known It was but a very short time until quito a number of h if N - I H ic v 7 partyJEAnd when one falls to bo zealous fc and livc in his duties ho to tho extent of tlSftllure betraystho trust placed in him tJS Committee Is charged by their np- jgjttgjwtment to guard tho interests of tho t0 keep Wftlcb at tho outposts to slg- movements of tho enemy and to bo In van in any movement for tho good o the patty They nro empowered to call e party together for consultation or ac- n and to their wisdom is entrusted tho urso of the party as far ns matters of rganisation or policy arc concerned Thoy s are expected tobe nlert and faithful If dp thoy fail to perform tho duties imposed upon or to exert tho powers conferred upon them they aro unfaithful Any indiflcrcuco or inactivity upon their part is inexcusable Their position is a responsible one and as tho value of tho party is measured so must their responsibility bo measured If thoy have a proper conception of the responsibility of their position then a failure to perform their duties is nbuso of confi- Â¬ dence if thoy have not this conception tboyjiro incapable Then to expect the success of n party wo must have organiza- Â¬ tion to have organization wo must have faithful Committees and unless tho Com mittco docs its duty firmly and promptly wo must fall Wo then most earnestly nnd respectfully ask the Committco of tho Democratic party in this county to do fnelr wholo duty as such and to pull with us for n thorough organization of our party upon tho principles of sound democracy princi- Â¬ ples which have been and must continuo to bo tho bulwark of protection to our repub- Â¬ lican government Wo do not intend to intimato that there has been any failure of iluty upon tho part of our Committco but have only written this article as a sugges tion lor tuturo action Wo would in all candor say this howover that if any mom bcr feels that from any reason whatever thoy cannot perform their whole duty ac- Â¬ tively and zealously ho should at onco re sign by all means let us have an active working Executive Committee There are nlso duties devolving upon every member of tho party tho performance of which is necessary to party success Of this wo will speak hereafter 3ifH IHf ym vptto W Â¬ Â¬ EDUCATION ia 1 it KlX ft w - I h Ijy h n i untaught without refinement in its incipient unpolished condition it can not bo utilized Before it can enter into tho building of society it must bo educated Tho divino tho lawyer doe tor the mechanic tho farmer all places and positions in society demand men of education Education means mental cu- Â¬ ltureto reason from causo to effect and by this means every head can do its own thinking When a mind is taueht to think it is educated or at least it has atl of tho available means for it The first and the last thing to leurn is correct thinking Education does not mean to go through tho eurrloulara of some college Many a iu mn imt experiment and out his mistake when it was too late U remedy it A young man is educated in Ji mathematieflwhau h understands it as a aefeneefor in when he oan give a c rwo r rry thing he does when ho does aajthiaf iwt being able to siu reasoB mm him an eU cated horse he carries a fecL e feea thing because somebody lllws M or rorces aim to it There k ao thought urrt necuon on bis part he eH giv m reason for what he does A good memory is a very great auxttary ia cultivating the wind and yet a retentive wind ia net apt to be the beet edueated It is net that that the miad holds or re Â¬ tains that makes it usefitl hut that wMeh it produces The grand object of edueatioa is not so mueb to learn the mind to retain as it is to teaeh it to produce thought A I that is tufl4 with Slwkspeare Meere and VUten is net as great as hose men who prod Heed or orlgl nated the KuMg A cistern of water is a Wftdhd theeistern has noresoarefa of its own it simply holds all that is pat ia t it my retsi very drop that it oh tains by meebaaieal feres tmtkscaaet priuee i drey A well produces rem ita wn resources It is an inexhaustahie wtssku How that neves oh uninterrupted predating thoughts and ideas af its own The men f the earth are these who preduee irw thihts It AwtU he the aim at wwy adtwatSHr to train Ae wind o tWk and to dsvslaf its pews f thought shM ass that his or her sens nnd aMghtars avail thsw selvss of all edueational advttaiiss within their remtlu will proya a support when w 141 Nil INIUgS Tho rock from tho quarry must bo dress ed before it enters tho building No differ- Â¬ ence for its good qualities tho mind of tho mason must shape it his hands must han- Â¬ dle it tho face of his hammer must break off tho rough corners and smooth tho edges Tho ore in the bosom of tho mountain bo it gold silver or iron it can not bo util- Â¬ ized In its crude state it must bo dug from its position molted in tho fire and mould ed into shape so i3 tho mind In its crude slalo Â¬ Â¬ vnd jm i f young Englishmen brave and dauntless tendered their services and wcro accepted Tho company was formed Mr Smith was clectsd captain a constitution nnd by laws wcro adopted tho company was equipped with ovcrything that looked to comfort or utility Tho day was sot for thoir departure tho hour arrived nnd away thoy went into Iho wilds of Africa Educated and refined of tho best families of the country thoy were prepared to enjoy whatever presented itsolf in tho natural or scientific world full of youthful zeal and cnthusiasmwe aro not surprised to find their expectations raised to tho highest pitch Knowing nothing of tho Gorilla except what had come to them through tho faint light thoy had then of tho history of animals thoy felt exceedingly anxious to bring back their prize and present it alive to tho world Many long weary days wcro spent in search of their hearts desiro The natives of Africa lead thorn to bclicvo thoy would be successful in their search but at tho same time givo them to understand they would havo tq bo men of ncrvo and ingenuity that tho Gorilla was not only of enormous strength but ho was bold and fearless and was reckoned nmong them ns the peer of tho lion Nothing daunted by these reports they still prosecuted their search with redoubled energy Capt Smith said to his men in a jocular way that a fight with a gang of Gorillas would break tho monotony that daily beset them in their search One evening after thy had en camped and were quietly enjoying their evening meal somo natives enmo into tho camp and told Capt Smith that on that very day about two miles distant two very large Gorillas were seen in a jungle a male nnd female atid that thoy would bo apt to spend the night and tho early part of tho morning A perfect thrill of enthusinsm run through tho whole camp They would havo thrown their hats into the nir nnd given vent to their joy but they might disturb or frighten tbeir treasures and looso the hundred thousand dollars All were still as midnight but no ono slept Capt Smith sat wijh his face to the cast anxiously awaiting tho first appcaranco of morning Morning came a3 morning io almost cer-Â¬ tain to do and the whole company armed nnd equipped on tho very tiptoo of ex- Â¬ pectation set out to scizo tho prize Remember my bravo comrades said Capt Smith as they were mounting their proud steeds A fow hours more of search a little exhibition of your natural instincts bravery and our victory will be won a glorious victory for us Every man nod- Â¬ ded his consent for they dnro not cheer while determination was stereotyped on every biow They moved slowly and con- Â¬ stantly toward tho spot designated by tho natives When thoy reached tho junglo tho wholo party dismounted and prepared for action They preceded through tho thick brush and shrubbry sometimes in an erect position sometimes half bout and at other times crawling on their hands and knees but all In breathless silence They drew near tho place and peering through thick loaves and twigs Capt Smith caught a glimpso of something his eyes never saw before It was in an open space in tho brushthat was clear of shrubbery iu tho cen ter grew a treo far above tho ordinary sizo of its neighbors and underneath its boughs quietly stretch at full longtb nnd apparent Â¬ ly sleeping lay tho object of thoir search He at onco saw from tho cize form and mus Â¬ cular powers that capturing these animals would be no childs play A eouuoil of war was held and a plan of procedure de termined on While thoy wcro delibera ting the very ground seemed to tremble beneath them Such and unearthly sound they nevdr heard before tho cheoks of the young Englishmen turned pale and they akaott trembled with fear The male Go rilla showed that he was on tho qui vfce ho sprang to his feet stretched himself to bis ll height and answered baek to his an- Ijjjniiht in n asfsant that made the young mtvM twtafc Jwt then an ener-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ground as though ho wcro an infant then Wo learn tho Local option was carried in threw herself with all of her iratcd powers Caneyville Grayson county on the lioness By this timo tho lion re Bead tho ndvcrtlscracnt of Hnrdinsburg gained his feel nnd with redoubled fury attacked his foe So absorbed and aston High School in another column ished was Capt Smith and his parly so lost Tho girlssny thoy always feel stuckup In wonder and amazement that no ono of when thoy reach tho corner of Mr Vests them spoko a word thoy seemed not to lumber room havo been conscious of each others pres- Â¬ Leo county Kentucky has elected a ence but their consternation was still in- Â¬ radical for County Judge How is that creased Tho lion being a littlo fatigued and outwinded by his antagonist concluded Leo to avail himself of what advantage ho It Is thought that Mr Arnold who was might obtain by socking tho brush Bleedseverely woundcdwtf other day will re- ing growling panting screaming yelling Louver tho bnttlo moved rapidly in tho direction JUr Jamc r Brents Mtlo child fell into a of Smith nnd his men They drew back tub of water and came near being drowned further into tho junglo feeling no disposi- Â¬ Bowling Green Pantagraph tion whatever to capture tho Gorilln just From tho best Information that 1 enn then But still tho battlo surged and raged moving toward them with greater rapidity get there will bo no apples in this section Simons which mado thom movo backward very hur- Â¬ of tho country riedly not noticing what was behind them Wo learn from the Forks of Bough Creek when nil of a sudden Capt Smith with that tho tobneco crop is suffering seriously several of his men broko into a chasm that from tho dry weather was conscalcd from sight in the junglo nnd Let us havo another moonlight picnic down they wont through tho crngiry rocks Wo will furnish tho moonlight if somo 0110 into a fathomless abyss of darkness No will furnish tho other ingredients way of escape no means of communication with his friends buried nlivo in the Timothy Deo fell from a train of curs nt very bowels of tho earth His feelings bog Elizabethtown was run over by them and gard nil description Gloom nnd horror had both legs crushed Tho physicinns scorned to settle around him nnd ho was think ho will die submitting himself to bis miserable fate A gentleman on Monday night climbed when ho heard tho voice of some kind friend calling him and at tho samo timo felt tho up to Mr Ryans window to borrow a drink touch of a gcntlo hand shnking him Mr of wnter which is all well enough if ho will bring tho pitcher home Smith I Mr Smith Wako up why you havo fallen out of bed Mr Smith gathered Thermometer 91 Sabbath Tho weather himself up On the tablo sat n lamp dimly very dry Tho report comes to us from burning a newspaper with ono of Baruums all parts of tho country that tobneco and advertisements the last thing ho had read lato corn are being cut short No prospect of rain before retiring Cliovcrport is ono of tho most noted Shot places in Kentucky There is ono point A difficult in Elizabethtown occurred that presents tho most beautiful landscapes on lost Thursday between Mr Phillip Ar-Â¬ tho world objects havo been seen nt nold president of Arnolds nnd Polks in distanco of moio than a thousand miles bank and Mr II N Holdsworth clork in a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 from tilts got nro OM IAH and IIANDSOMK In appearance QUICK TO RESPOND TO the bow MUIiMANT IN TONK anil poitcsuM a durability which ren Â¬ der them Invaluable Tor tbo American market Ut although they aro tho uioit expentWo string Imported Ihetr great durability renders them The Cheapest Strins a Musician Can Buy 1 D IABBAGE has them sale strlnc mado r in tjiic vvortrJi far Robert Frank continues qnileilf Mr linden Webb of Louisville is call- Â¬ ing in Clovcrport Mrs Lou Duncan has been quite siok for tho past week R Rev Father Jenkins was in town Monday looking very well J W Brown of Union Star looked in on us to dny Ho is looking well Thanks to Mrs Jno C Bbbngo for a basket of nice peaches sent to tho office Mr Geo C Dowden of Mcndo county passed through town last Friday Miss Emma Dyer who hns been isitlne friends in Bowloyville has returnod home D M Hockcr Esq of Sulphur Springs Ohio county Ky was in town Wednesday Capt A M Pullinm Hnrdinsburg Ky was in town Thursday John Gleason is said to bo doing well Dr Holt now thinks ho will get through without amputation Mr lko Folsenthnl who has been off on a visit hns returned nnd is behind tho counter where ho can bo found whenever wanted tho bunking houso of L M Longshnw Tho first encounter took place in a suloon in which Mr Holdsworth was slightly beat en Ho immediately armed himself with a double barrel shot gun nnd returned to the scone of action und met Arnold ns ho was coming out of tho saloon whereupon Arnold fired two shots at him with his pistol missing him each time- - Holds worth then fired at Mr Arnold nnd missed him nnd then took rcfugo behind a tree Mr Arnold advanced upon him nnd Holds- worth fired tho other charge somo of tho shot tuhinir effect in Mr Arnolds shoul Holdsworth der lascerating it fearfully then retreated nnd Arnold fired three other shots without hitting his object but struck John Anderson a pcaccablo farmer with one of thom in tho bowels nnd in flicting a mortal wound Holdsworth s first shot wounded Capt Miller in tho neck was slightly ono other uon combattant wounded Tho moonlight picnic in Mr Jns Mil Tho night was a rare success was delightful and tho attendants wcro all full of tho esprit de corps A table stood in tho yard loaded with viands and tho most delicious fruits of every kind Tho music was sweet and tho eirls pretty Two widowers and an old bachelor actually thought thoy wcro in paradise Every body was happy nnd well pleased It was n grand social occasion and tho ladies of lers yard Clovcrport did it Wo learn from tho Bowling Green Pan- tagrnph ono day last week Ewing Stoctt col went to tho premises of John Mitchell Mitchell for tho purpose of killing him it seems had informed on Stcrrctt in refer- Â¬ ence to a houso robbery It was early in tho morning and Mitchll had not dressed himself after soveral unsuccessful attempts to get into Mitchells room pistol in hand and avowing be would kill him Sterctt re- Â¬ Ho bit ceived a shot through tho bowels the dust and quit This was in Wurrcu Co We learn from Mr John McGavock that the dry weather is cutting tho corn crop Corn that would if seasonable havo short mado sixty bushels per acre will not mako He thinks that lato more than thfrty corn will bo almost an ontire failure Mr McGavock says ho threshed 6 bushels of wheat this year against 20 last Ho thinks there is in his neighborhood half tho acreage of tobacco this year that there was last and that what ia planted will not yield over half n crop gt Mwtpaft The Oweusboro Examinor knows more about ladies than any other man among all of our exehanges He says a lady svwBi nm ammwra sb pr vvvii vynwi tvi who weighs 100 pounds here would weigh That daunted ia the leastl thai Gjriiia wt Us jn 2709 if on the snrfeee of the sun trader half way and she seen thjkltlwed may all be true hut- we dont believe a Daaji tjkMrUu mt aUfc tMsUtnt Ibav vlAumuj word of it and eall for the proof And other with a sospistous fiendish glaring besides we dont think its right to take a gase as hf to define eaeh other taetisthis lady so far from home just to be weighed was only for a atotneut Thsy elinolied eash We were shown a Model fer a churn tho other with asavags fcroeity and determi Â¬ other day gotten up and patented by Mr nation never before witnessed hjr the spec Â¬ formerly of this plaee tators Their hearts sank within them W L Alllgre which if properly earned out will prove and they instinssifely shrank bfek Snch the house an eshibken ef teeth akws and fangs sueh a grand suseess The lady of oan wind it up like a clock go off about sereams sek tearing of iesh spurting of the Meed wnsUng of Nmbe tearing up of other matters come baek and take up b utter r ground was sUapjy jajjwstibaUo And te Mrs II J May will open her house for Mm wwmrwmr urn wtwrwi insaswmis were reUiag dlreetly toward the sompany the aeeommodaUen af boarders duting the session of lie school Her house is All eyes were gaaiat at the fearful skat eenvenlently loeated is large oem- terj Just at this Jaaetqre a HHsiSdiislsilf front the jungle and jsinsd the 1mm fertable wH arranged and handsomely of death burying her fangs into the aUU sf furnished Mrs May has a reputation fer the G oI Ik sMrung his iessVkt a Ssfsi fesdtngwall and these desiring first skss WsMtejtntt she seen had thr employ- - quarters bad Wtter sentmet with her at t i The fessafe OerilU that an m najT m vvw yam sawnw am ivMai Mrs William Hawkins of Hltss Run with a injd hwnd and asliOnbhlng sgiWtf dkd of typhoid fever last nednuedey threw herseV into tnt heatsd eon test seised Mrs Hhjn was an wlwable christian la-vry muv tamtated the liou by the Met and WegU Ww to vi Wf Ma - sjw -- Thanks to Mr Will Smart for tho nico little little hnnd mo tho dictionary thats it Mrs W G Smart Mrs Wells and Miss Lizzio Kny who havo been visiting friends in Mcado count hnvo returned homo Messrs A L Newsora Stark Hayucs and M F Murphy of this place left on Sunday last for Texas Wo wish tho young men good success Mr Henry C Hands of this office hns just returned from avisitto Grayson county Ho reports thnt corn and tobacco are being cut short by tho dry weather Miss Laura daughter of tho lato Benjamin T Crouch of tho Louisvillo Confer-Â¬ ence is spending a few days with Mrs A B Skillman Hon J Proctor Knott lins sent nn apRev Mr McDonald will preach nnd adpointment to speak hero on Thursday minister tho sacrament at tho Presbyterian August 29th at 2 oclock r m Let every church the 4th Sabbath body turn out to hear this statesman discourse tho affairs of tho nation Hardinsburg Monday was County Court Cloverport boys go to pnrtics nt night nnd rend dream books during tho day Wo aro in want of rain Vt ntcr melons havo come musk melons Everybody wont to Freedom Sunday havo come peaches havo comq apples hnvo Call Joseph Pullam Squire come and tho doctor Is comin A Grabfcldcr will not contest tho elec- Â¬ From tho amount of billing and cooing tion courting and wooing we havo In this burg Lets advertise for a circus nnd its immediate vicinities it is quito snfo Miss Cora Smith has returned from Web- Â¬ to say to tho public that there will bo forty ster weddings between JhU and Christmas Mr Samuel Kennedy thinks of moving A project is on foot to connect Rock to Canoyvillo Grayson county port Indiana and Clovcrport Kentucky J Allen Dean of Oweuboro was in by telegraph Hartford Herald town last Friday Wo wish they would put it on wires it It was reported in the Courier Journal ould work faster nnd bettor that this county went Republican Mistake Caldwell county hns ro clected W S Miss Carrio McGill is visiting relatives Randolph County Judge Quito a compli- Â¬ in Bardstown Ky ment to 3ou Judgo whon tho democrats Miss Lucy Moorman is visiting friends in havo a majority of soveral hundred against Brandenburg vou An effort is being mado hero to rniso Aypjing lady walking with her lover funds sufficient to build n school house was attacked by a dog who seized her by Wm K Barnes is off nt Owensboro at- Â¬ tho breast and toro it from her body Ho tending to bankrupt business Tho law fainted hut tho lady went for tho dog say ing That ore cost a dollar and warnt has been rcpcnlod and will go into effect tho first of September Any ono wishing mado for a dog to chaw up I a discharge had better make application at Mr John Gleason of Bonncttsvillo onco whilo driving down tho hill nt Oglesbys Miss Ada Leslie whilo out driving near branch was thrown from his wagon in Webster in company with Miss Anna sucli a violent manner ns to break his leg day last week was thrown Dr Holt his physician says it is a com- Â¬ Henderson ono pound fracture nnd is fearful that an am-Â¬ from a buggy nnd very badly hurt Thoy left Webster for Mr Hondersona farm putation will hnvo to bo resorted to and when nenr a gate through which they Clay nnd McKonzio aro having a warm wcro to passMiss Henderson left tho buggy and closo contest in tho 2nd District for tho to open it when tho horso took fright and Congressional nomination Daviess county running throw Miss Lcslio from tho buggy had a split in tho Convention and has sent dragging hor several ynrds whon tho buggy two sets of delegates to tho District Con struck a treo demolishing it and leaving vciitiuu Both aro good men and either Miss Lcslio in an inscnsiblo condition will work gallantly bear tho Democratic Sho was carried to a neighboring house Banner nnd two physicians summoned who prop crly attended to her injuries A gentleman dressed in shirt nnd pants A largo nnd well selected stock of ready nnd not much of that but well plastered mndo Clothing just received nt J A Witt with mud was walking peacefully and Cae Call and oxamiuo our stock be Â¬ quietly along tho streets yesterday when fore purcluuing elsowhere all of a sudden without nny provocation Farmess will do well to buy their Shees whatever an unruly curbstono flow up and and Boots of us for wo buy themToPthe struck him on tho sido of tho head inflict factory and will sell them chcaperthan any ing a very sovcro wound Wo hope our ono peaco officers will tako tho necessary pre Ladies eall and sea our new stock of caution to prevent theso things recurring Notions and Prints Largest and Cheapest stock of Jeans in town at J A WITT COS Tobacco Wo gather from the Tobacco News these NMm te Teaehert JUtt A tacts Wo tho undersigned Examiners of srgSf H Breekenridgo county will hold a publio nan teiwee mnrwst none expsoimore examination of teachers at the school house in Hardinsburg on Saturday Aafist whllo a great many 31st beginning at 0 a m and on tho 4th claim but naif a crop farts of Mis Saturday in each month thereafter Ap-Â¬ souri put their crops at ono fifth Mary Â¬ plicants for certificates will como prepared land speaks of hor crop very unfavorably with paper and pom Wo positively will any privately or at not Virginia seta her crop down at three fourths any oxamlnoplace applicant above specified than that time or these nro tho very outside figures their WALTER WELCH ANNA L GARDINER acreage is small The outlook in North noC 2t Examiners Carolina la but moderate Heavy hail Â¬ The recent elections in Kentucky prove storms have dono some damage Penn Â¬ sylvania reports not fuvorablo the crops that Democracy is alive and prospering have been danujfd 100000 by hail storms The many isms that are seeking to destroy Ohio reports fevorablo cutting com it aro powerless ami the shafts aimed at it meneed Conneetieut reports very uupro by its enemies fall harmless from Its tested Sets hsr loses from hailstorms at walls pitious The principles oi Demoeraoy are froujuKO000 to 176000 Massachusetts too thoroughly imbedded in and grown ft obi reports favorable hut aereage small Keu the fundamental principles of our govern Â¬ Ueky is net producing her usual amount ment to erer die When DemosMsy dies We sse from all the exchanges tluU dry the government as a republle must ills weather is feet euttlng short tie ereps n The one is the twin of the other indissetn this Stats There is some little stir in Vly eenneoted with rash other TIh prin London Liverpool and Gtnpgew about eer ciples upon Mhtdlt our government was tain brands but et enough to attest the fend4 are Demeeratlo printdplM It Iws Uo LSI U lived the whole life efths government while The Fadneah Sun has discover a Har Â¬ all ef its ppesi parties ban fellen and M H must and will Kvett way be t o witness ding Munty In Kentucky thflfeneralef our gevtrnawnt by murder inm Gainst thirstily Gems gentU at the hands of a party whose prinoiplss 1 winter refreshing issberg ae iwImh to ftrepuWieau goverm wt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ C Â¬ Â¬ fever were reported InNowSrhlanstho 10th and fvoninin inoit -- i scs and six deaths at Mmnnli xn i mi HBoijun was nsKing ior neip to nurso her sick and bury her dead On tho ICth ono hundred nnd eight new cases reported at Now Orleans nnd twonty nino deaths Twclvo now cases and three deaths at Memphis Sixly five per cent of tho deaths so far have been among foreigners children and tho unncclimatcd Aug 18th only nine new cases reported In Memphis in tho lasttwenty hours Ono thousand tents nnd soldiers to put thom up were sent by tho government There hns been sixty fivo deaths to dato at Grenada There wcro fifteen or twenty now cases in Vicksburg tho 18th nnd ono hundred nnd fifteen now cases at New Orleans and forty seven death Great consternation and want prevails throughout of tho infected cities ns many as sixtcon corpses havo been taken at ono timo from ono houso iu New Orlcnns Hundreds nro dying without any nttendanco or medical aid Thoy aro asking for help to pay nurses buy medicine provisions and to bury their dead Prayers for nino days in tho Catholic churches through out tho United Stales for the amelioration of suffering humanity and to stay the hand of the destroyer havo been proclaimed by tho heads of that church All tho Protestant churches may profit by their example Tho Jews truo to their principles are sending help to their friends and brethren through out tho fever district Ninelytghteweases Why will men smoko common QornT tobacco when thny can buy Marburg flros Sealqf North Carolina at tho anmo price Go to SIPPELS this week for Bargains in Ladies fine Shoes ni irsili 1 1 r Stylish cut white vestt for 1 J nil linen duek vests with pearl but to 111 150 sent by innll by W N Bnylcss Louisvillo NOTICE All portent Indobtotl to tho undonlgnod will Hyah pteaeo remit nt once Sow far Ayers Cathartic Pills all purpeaes j aunuioo IncUgesUea Foul Stomach Breath Lioauaouo Brynpains iineumaniim Eruptions and Hkim Dlaeaaet UlliouenoM Dropsy Tula ore uraiKia aa rs tar Purifying the Stood the ot a Family Phyato 1 Â¬ Are tbo meat efÂ¬ fective and conge Â¬ nial purgative over discovered Tltcy ore mild but effectual in their operation moving the bowels surely nnd without pniii Although gcntlo in their operation they nro Mill tbo most thorough nnd rcarchlns catliar- - sW Judgo A R Boono is no longer n candi- Â¬ date for congress in tho First district Hon L S Trimble will come in Boono has served two terms with credit to him- Â¬ self At the Cloverport Hotel wife New Madrid Mo Miss Nanuio Miller Hardinsburg Ky T W Brown Fordsville Kyj Sisters llildo card Sarah and Dorthcr Hardinsburg Ky Nelson Jolly Hardinsburc Ky I M Hocker 8ulphur Springs Ky I Felscn- - J R Parks and tbai Ijouisviiic Jiy Y u JLambert WT Lambert Henderson Ky M Rooncy county J T Marlow Patcsvillo Ky W H Webb Louisville Ky Wm Jolly Uur dinsburg Ky Thos Reardon city Pro Bono Publico There will bo a call meeting of tho Breek-Â¬ TOKrARKD BY enridgo County Convention I O of G T Dr J C AYErf CO Lowell Mass held in Hardinsburg on Saturday before Irnctkwri anal Analytical ClirmUU the fourth Sunday iu August 1878 to SOU BVAU DltUOUlHTS KVKHYWIIKUK which all tho lodges in tho county nro re- Â¬ -- runt ii rt D CICUCD nuwu quested Ho send dolegates as there is bus Cloverport Ky iness of importance to bo attended to on that day Dono by order of Goshen Lodgo I O G T No 953 T O MoonsuN W C of Cloverport Kentucky O W Carwilk Sec nnd L D 1 K ARE FIRST LASS IN EVERY WAY Cut This Out and Save It Custom grinding every Thursday Friday To prevent your horse from beingtover- - and Saturday hented If you havo on old wagon dont Flour and Meal kept constantly on hand pull your horso to death with it butgo and for sale get ono of J L MILLERS SfiiiltMfwagons You can haul a larger load and not hurt R El DEL 0ELZE Patronago solicited your horses And his riowsrun lighter than any bodys Ho keeps thom 01 hand all tho time Â¬ tlc medicine that can bo employed demis- Â¬ ing tbo stomach and bowels and cen tho blood In small doses of one pill a lny organs nnd they etlmulnto the dlgcstho promote igorous health AvKiia Pills have been known for more than a quarter of a century and lia o obtained n world wido reputation for their virtues They correct diseased action in tho several assimilative organs of tho body and nro so compocd that obstruc Â¬ tions within their range can rarely with Â¬ stand or evade them Not only do they emu the every day complaints of every Â¬ body but abo formidable and dangerous havo baffled the licit of diseases that Whilo they produce power Â¬ human skill ful ellcCU they are nt tho mudo time tho safest and best physic for children By their aperient action they grip much lcs than tho comrion purpntlcs nnd never give pain when tho bowels arc not inllamcd Thoy reach the vital fountains of tho blood it nnd strengthen the system by freeing from the elements ol weakness Adapted to nil ages and conditions in all climates containing neither calomel nor nny deleterious drug these 1I11m may be taken with safety ty nnj body Their sugar coating preserves them over fiwli and makes them pleasant to take whilo Inslng purely vegetable no harm can arise from their use in any quantity iuiihi If THE STAR MILLS CASH paid for WHEAT A I Tho highest authority in Now England tho State Assaycr of Massachusetts after a careful analysis of Halls Vegetablo Si- Â¬ cilian Hair Ileucwer certified that it is the best preparation for ita intended purposes WATTY HSary3FMWIwSUsE that has been xhlbHedffor examination that its constituents are pure and carefully selected for excellent quality and that it forms on efficient preparation for promoting tho growth of the hair and restoring the original color 7 This world renowned preparation is for salo by all druggists Record Red Oak Iowa Â¬ EafUrg First term of gins on fivo Higli School i months 22 recks bo rniUTT Oelebrninl Oolden Ton mo 1 PARLOR ORGANS MVI1W bom wop EIEOA- N-ml iieiuitirui with valuable Improve-nuuli Now otr una ThouMi4 Oniiilt auJ Xutlitana eudono IheM org n Mint rrcommMvt Ihna Irlctlr Klr OT1 3i-A L- MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1878 There will bo more than ono class in each of tho Common Branches and classes in Algebra Latin Physiology Zoology Rhetoric io The houso Is being thoroughly repaired and refurnished tuition fur pupils without the district 300 per month or if paid in advanco 1500 per term nf 22 weeks WALTER WELCH Principal noG - InToneecKanUiiihiKl Durability ae War tewpnr r tnv Ailjn IIANIK W it J lKATlVViibluitlun raiEEGYMIlT AND SCHOOL TEAUEU your n n trry uiUrT UutuUntfFfitrvt I mlititi ontomartofvou Lti sex dak UUuro tliloui in r oultliiiiirxl ivult va Waimm And Orsaul ranvaM rvloq I require 04 you unlet tit Io t Uul lln V W 1 tl ulfr A Vm frva rontco AOilreVllA N1K1 If Jitiw Jficy I lllATTYVBhlylu lliiltwil if Amrrlru Hliii r 1 h W K BARNES ATTORNEY-AT-LAW SIGN PAXMT1SS ltTlli rrve InuinM MM AUDuiIbmi wlllreetlra Prompt Attention OFFICK UP STAIRS IK COURT HOUSE HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY wiuruiirnuij hv a In 11 iluvaltul triuL moory nftHuhHl If llyam un frrlitlil 1 I1 Uolli UJ t lur Uiutratia A1 tsbti3 ata nmm ut u iltuinnlal lllimmKO raJ luiy aixm fnia hta smutHf enlwhom free you u Adurva e 11 ni tv Jin HU WuMlilnutiMi Kuw Jeraey lUan of any otlttr ttiulilMinient In Ou uimni HU I irur katti A larrlcu JliiopjaiMi uroi liynwi iir r t ja v in ttt rnper ailri rtl uiHilMI waau rZESL iriiri kuitii a vrAnlAI i i utmt MILLER eonJ HOVIOUS J urwi rilltillyJ rlHf tA iii rlH Limy wd Stl SUUt SktctlletwH JhW and the Rker ClaH livery to bs had st tUs Stable llorte buardad by the Day or Week at reeB MIILKR A HOVIOUS ablerate Fint mil OTTTfT Fl W m f - ST l j 4L V S Jju ITvVw Farmers you ean get yearand a ft we iWiw Millers she both fer a Plow and the Nfcws tor Col Held he Nicws fer oen Plow from J L or a 97 two horse 771 ee A M late of Morgan president of the Frank lin Female Coltsfe ieeated At Franklin Ky Cel Austin is a swees as a taaoher and never fulls to build up a good sWl wherever he gees His eaiahtgue Is on wr table with one hundred and iAy iva mairi ulates Including all lit grades J Austin Kyj Is how Â¬ DMMNSS CLEBTRK SOAP Washing made easy by using this justly Celebrated Soap for which wo have secured the Agency from Ow Vaiiutaelnrers I L CRAQIN 00 PhiUOa Pa One trial of it can not ftil to eouvinee any one that this k Molly tho best and most ewmieqt Heap U tho market When used oseenttntf A directions hoillnKthe Clothes hi entirely umioqnssary and httie w no rubbing is nefsl ed It does the Work in less than bH the when other Hmt Is nsad tlmn CUtansr anMWbltor and leaves the Cluth fcbrtea We could dees wi nlu iht append tk Hameti uf Kidonsw t r eusto v fsfllt Wglly HMrs who haya ummI bnt that Is WHninenryfPa eall gM a bar ard be eonvlnc4 Tp Jktmt wili Will IU mn stwy htMr Umui oan rtirl 8i itrl U M Hum k Co UpfeN rky HaTTho followinjr jocm Is published by Wo tnokn no emendation Vent Composed on a Sermon Preached by the Rev B Keith on July 17th PfiOVERDS DIED request 1842 iNprninKi nnoTiun ami sirtiii joiix TAYLOR to ii xtta iuxxaii ii vr EiixicK TiYioa nunttis My down To preaching at Sinkln your fnvorito to licnr I will kivc you nn outlino of what wns said tticru Brohor or Sinter since sickness abounds In your tlcnr family that you could not go It Is true In soino points tllUSO - ho dilTers from To whom I bclonjt but shnll I rcfuso Hbnt was sold to tho purpose for reasons like this And cnt all away becauso ho followed not us No Jesus tho Savior and Paul would con- denin Discretion reprove meandsouiid wisdom blamo For notions so narrow contracted and That none but my own could tho Script uru oxplahiflguv v For Christ ine Is Uia jLhSt ay and tho truth all dl Andftllwho bear fruit and abtdo In this The way for tho rich to got rid of tholr troubles is to treat them just like they do their poor neighbors and kins pcoplc coolly Tho way for tbo poor to get rid of their troubles Is not to Imitate the rich nor try to do to Work all you can make all you can saro ull you can and giro all ynu can 8peak only of mens virtues and let their faults alone but always wntch your own Dont be unhappy becauso your neighbor has mora than yourself Do not render yourself unhappy becauso men are evil they aro not as bad as you think they aro Novcr tell a secret because four fifths of them aro groundless Always tell that that Ss good tho bad will havo plenty of friends to spread it Keep good company or go alono the old pro crb bad company Is better than nono is false Ono word of encouragement to tho poor and unfortunate is worth a thousand words of censcro one breathes life into a discoursed heart but tho other death Help every man you can that some man may bo able to help jou fortune smiles on you to day but to morrow It may frown Â¬ On tha 28th July 1878 Hums in tho 74 year or Ms age i ntcn Samuel Ofcltunrv Pleasantly nnd fast ngents should address u uw Mr tni11 jiAiiifti IV Co Atlanta On SET TO MAKE XOITXY Miss Lottie daughter of Jas Cary died of consumptlonMttKtoinc Ind Tuesday August 13th Uftaftcr suffering is a severely for seventeen months Sho wns twenty ono Tears ten months nnd nlnadavs old nnd pbuscssedof raro beauty and Intel ligence duo tenves a nosioi warm iriciius and relatives to mourn her loss Tho LOUISVILLE HEKDSOli FACIEI L1E Lord hath given and tho Lord bath taken away Blessed bo tho namo of tho Lord Passenger Mail and Express Boats IS J S A HMUWVU1WUU yjM For alt way landings between Ioulirlllo nnd Death 8f Mrs Mary Jane flosson Uonderson tha elegant and fleot etoamer Mrs Reason was born In Nelson county Kentucky in tbeyear 1829 In December Qrej Eagle Uorning Star and Jas QalbHe 1819 she married Jesse P Itosson of Hardin county In the year 18S0 Mr Kosson Failing Clomp ort one down and one np dally moved to tho farm bo now lives on near Patticsvlllc Ohio county Her maiden express namo wns Walker sister of Ellas and Mrs Itichard M Walker of Ohio county SMITH BEARD Proprietors Ilosson was a devoted wifo n kind mother neighbor nnd tho many sad friends Leaves Hardlnsburg Tor Clorcrport on Monday n good and Friday of around her remains bespoko the community Wodncsday for Ilardlmburg ouch wcok leaves every Tuesday had lost a friend It will bo bard to replace Cloverport and Saturday Uonnocts at lover Wednesday Sho died on tho 10th of August 1878 in port with tha Louisville and Henderson mall All readcri of the Nsirs desiring fruit tho 49th year of her ago llio discaso of line iteamers Ienoni desiring conveyance can should send their orders to or leave them treci with which sho died was brain fever be accommodated Express business promptly E ft Foiides A Humi attended to Roland foX ftnjsiuKiyjiMjk Headquarters Por School Books and SckdbL Supplies the trade fill flsanvlriinnf rF nirnrirfli iTicv nnnvlnrl lvtr V VLJ UIAHA5 HftMUtfJl T CECELIAN COLLIGE H 1 AnniN COUNTY KY ltcduced Terms Hoard c per 20 weeks only Send for catalogue no1 4t 90 00 1 In- TRANSPARENT TEACHING CARDS utructlon and Amusement combined militant to parents nnd teachers 2d different nrtittlo designs Tha entire pack sent free for 2S cents currency orstampVnndelfACo20AnnStNV Â¬ ESTABLISHED 1846 rjsin Â¬ hmsbm ciotqrt JOHN D BABBAG E BY oiui ana examine biock ana race HARRISONS WAITING INKS AND MUCILAGE TIIlfJlEST JN THE MA 11KET liMic School Ink a Specialty Sale all Leading Stationers AKD KAMIMM INK CO Slroot W v PEUIT TEEES GREGORY CO Jet City Bakery andEosbaurant For Tho Mormons nr Latter day Saints nt Slialllllko various waters or rivers that Salt Lako City are rapidly increasing in HPfruri Shall unite In tbo ocean and bo ever one Their leaders go to Dubljn Lon- Â¬ numbers don nnd all of thoso European cities nnd tut not to bo tedious In civinc my mind lln Kzekiel first chapter the text jou appeal to the lower passions of tho Ion est will find Where Ilia lropbct saw isions all glorious and rnrc In the bind of Chnldcn by tho river Chcbar Ho looked and behold a whirlwind tlicro en mo A firo and n cloud of amber midiit and flame And four living creatures cuino out of the Which sparkled iu color like pure bur niched brass These four living crenturcs were emblems tis plain Of the four gospel writers who all speak the fame Jiko tho wings of tho cherubim so per fectly joined They all moved straight forward not one stiy cd behind i And ns to their faces tho likeness was this Fur remember they nil had four faces apiece They nil had tho face of an ox mid man vlbcy itll bud tho face of an Eaglo and a J r 1 As they nil had the lilcncss or faco of a man How striking tbo figure of him who should come MARRIED There have been seventy earthquakes Tnke on biui our natiiro nnd bow himself August 15th 1878 bo tbo Rev J L down since n c 423 Some of tho most noted SBKt And uo lound ns to fashion liko poor arc Duras In Greece buried with nil its in- Kdrington Mr Isaau Taylor to Mist simple man habitants and twelve cities nlso in Campa Katie KtnwicK all of Clovcrport Ky innau bo still chooses the gospel to preach nia buried n c 345 Ono accompanied AKD KENTUCKY NEWS no er VAnu teach semis an angei ins pcopio w by tho eruption of Vesuvius tbo cities of Tbo Democrats of McLean county havo Pompeii nnd Herculancum buried A n 79 Ml Thouzb leinons of these arc at his com- Four cities in Asia two in Greece nnd two instructed for Helvetic Thero wns n fright Lebanon Standard Ourown Jlcsb mid blood wo can best un- in Galatia overturned a d 107 In Asia derstand Pontius and Macedonia 150 cities dam ful rate of mortality among tho children IY0M0 nro Bettys ncqaaintnt aiul lhoo who 357 An awful one in Palestine in this placo nnd tbo vicinity Inst vveeb c t The face of a lion stands next on record aged a D aro not pught to lie with tho wonckrf ul iiutIU Â¬ Syria and Asia moro than 500 cities dc eight deaths occurring mostly from whoop- that trrcot American Rcmetljr tho Figurative is this also of our Lord Tho Lion of the tribe of Judah prevails stoyed and tho loss of lifo more than could ing cough To open the Hook and unloosen tbo Seals bo calculated Catania in Sicily overturned Taj lor county letter in Lebanon Stand DY BAXTER FISHER rJUISVIMK KENTUCKY AND FOR SALE BY MANUFACTURED The face of a lion how bold and how strong and 15000 persons buried in tho ruins A v ard Wo learn thnt Mr A Harding nt- 1137 At Naples when 40000 of its inhab torncy-nt-ln-Is this notable beast so all who belong at this placo recently pur Clo-verport- cSc Mo rmmanucl as preachers should mar- - itants perished A D 1456 One in China chased a borso whose dam shal n I near when 300000 persons wero buried in Pekin aged sixteen nnd whoso g dam nged And march forth to battle like strong men 1662 Ono in Sicily which twenty eight and whoso g g dam nged alone a of war overturned 64 cities and towns nnd 300 vil thirty four are all living nnd doing much J70R MAH AMD BEAST This mnnrelous medicine cures permanently an5 speedily U kinds of Chills nnd Fever Dumb And not only v aliant bis servants should be lages of Catania and of its 18000 inhabi better than could bo expected Where quinine arsenle Ague and Malarial Fever it matters not of how many- years itandlng iiniiPEu low faithful and humble as next you Â¬ liut and many deleterious compound have been used at tho risk of permanent injury without unseat Â¬ Moro than Thlillntaicnt very naturally origin tol In Ameri tants not a trace remained BLEEDING Columbia Spectator says An old men will see CUPPING Persons urtfg It ing the dlseaae this Grand VcgeUble Preparation has worked Speedy Curo ca where NWro jmwldce In her laboratory such The face of nn ox in tho text you will find 100000 lives were lost in 1C93 Again in was carved to pieces in Wayno county last aurpitslng antldotce for tho maladies other chil as a chill curo have been surprised to find this medicine a Splendid Tonic and fine Appetiser It TOOTH PULLING Need be takon China and 100000 people swallowed up in week by two roughs An emblem also ot nn innocent mind fame has been spreading for 35 years HAIR DYING ETC should bo used In nil cases of general debility As a purgative tt hag no equal hundred dollars Tbo old man was dren only a few days and directions eailly folloned Tho proprietor will pay one Pekin 1731 Ono in Hungary which turn named Roaik and his murder b Pratt and until now it encircles tho habitable globematchless ATTESDED TO ATALLnOUBS CC8TOMERS ror every drop of his cure found to be composed of quinine arsenlo or other deleterious sub Tho ox for thcyoko and tho burden to bear Tho Mexican Mustang liniment la rv At Guatemala Lair They escaped tance HENRY A MAQILL Proprietor nnd Manufacturer 103 4tb Avenuo Louisville Ky ROOMS remedy foraUcxtcrnalnllmcnta of manand beast Tho cross to take up cry aloud and not ed a mountain around It Is Invaluablo To stock owners and farmers 80000 inhabitants wero swallowed up Dec spare High Street opposite Clovcrport Hotel East or re Tho grand jury of Hart county is stir A slnsle bottlo often sares n human life And all who thus work in tbo vlncyord 1773 At Grand Cairo half of the houses 0 Towcls Raiors Mugn ete strictly stores tho tuet ulnets of nn excellent borse ox ring up tho truo inwardness of aright elonn anl work done In the most approved and 40000 inhabitants wero destroyed eoworahcep Ii T 1IAYNES- J W HAYNES Shall prove bis ycko easyand burden but At Patronago sollolled ers in that part of the moral vinoyard manner hollow horn It cores foot rot hoof allmange the btteigrub At Tauris iu 1778 12000 houses wero and light shoulder rot tho scfsion of tho criminal court just closed terowwerm thrown down and a multitude buried Ono AGENTS profits per wecTc ding ot polKinons reptllea nnd Insects nnd every faT fSlHHk j6fc I bUWillprovoitorforfcitfciOO So fourthly and lastly those Cherubim had which overthrew Messina nnd a number of In Munfordvillo ono hundred and fifty oixbt uch drawback to stock breeding and bush life is thought troublo ot horwa uch indictments were returned It Kaeli one the likeness or face of that bird towns in Italy New articles iustputfiated It cures every externalswlnny epralns founder and Sicily and destroyed Cullwl the Kagle whoso pinions moro lofty Address V II a pretty clean sweep at tbo law breakers bj lameness scratches etc Samplo sent free to nil 40000 persons 1783 In Turkey in three wind gall ring bone etc enn soar CIHDlSTEK21B Uulton street aewiorK qulckeet been made has The Mexican Mustang liniment tt the Than all other birds which the heavens towns 10000 porsons lost their lives 1794 occurring In the Fast Folks At Nolynn sorao folks got core In tho world for accidentsvhyilelan roch ns LAplorc The wbolo country between Santa Fe and family In the nbtenco of n nnd for rheuma rnornikTous and dealers in Isthmus of Panama 40000 persons wero tbo idea that tho Superintendent of Public bums scalds pralnacnU etc by exposure 1 ar Nor is it remarkable alono for its flight Instruction bad to be elected last Monday tlam nnd atlltncss engendered Miners excels In its strong piercing sight burled into eternity in ono second 1796 Jtjjlso tlcnlarly ralaablo to ttfathnrhnnnett rcmedr la tho world for It And vvhilo towering at pleasure through tbo At tho Azores a villagu of St Michael Six votes wero cast for Zach Smith and penetrates tbo musclo to tho bone nnd a single three for H A M Henderson upper air suulc and a lake of boiling water appeared application U generally sufficient to curt It likewise discovers tho prey from afar Simon Drusb a brutal Henderson negro In its placo 1810 These aro a few of 6BsgavBi And Manufacturers of Mexican Mustang Liniment U put up In throe alios ot bottles tho larger ones being proportion incited by jealousy attacked his wifo Sun And so high It appears to value its sight their characteristics aUiytnucn tbo cheapest Bold everywhere day and curved her up la a terrible manAnd tho power of looking on thatwhlc is bright Geo Wasihkotoh Revised Georgo ner Ho had to bo hurried to jail to escape That tis said tho old eagle will disown her did yon chop down tho cherry treo a mob young dMcrintlon of Marble Work executed promptly in tho most workmanlike Did you chop What do yon say Unless with firm eye it can gazo on tho snn New nnd Beautiful designs Low Prices and fair style nnd satisfaction Guaranteed Robert E Lees Daughter mono questions down that tree 7 Ax dealing Emblematical this of that faith firm end and Ill tell you no lies George you Miss Mary Custis Leo a daughter of WA2VL STREET BETWEEN ELM AND POPLAR strong have a hatchet Bos a hen You Qen Robert E Leo arrived hero n fow Which lays hold on Jesus our shield and chopped down that treo Didnt days oko in company with sorao lady friends our Hon from Malta wuo registered at tho Hotel DentisU Young man commcro to me Lttttrta-3-ai3rim-2rGWhat Roval des LtranKcrs And gaze upon him with rapture divine It nnncnrs thnt du executed AU work Ttoplny bide and seek dyouwartt In whom tho perfections of Deity shine ring tbo night of tho 8th instant tho nets and 4iiixv vLtfiMVnBKFsiiiiiiiEMF around the bed ignited accident with nest So the old manwent out to seek tho hide Artificial dispatch Emblematical yes of that faith which can ally irom a canmo which juissIioo bad teeth in Tbo scene which ensued in the wood shed sertod In SUtlonery Literature Sehool books Qents Purnlihlng Goods Toys HotlonsWaJl pap Xte soar lighted approved cHWiLiiiiiUllKsMlfev v the most Oer sin death and bell as complete con- - beggars description It was touching in In a fow moments tho flames spread and the art of quercr tbo ex trctno caught the laco enrtaina nnd the room was stylo cx traoted Teeth v While leaning on Jesus all powerful arm soon enveloped in flames which Miss Loo wlth lit tlo or no Waltham Watches Quito safb in this tower from danger or Ohio county on the 12th instructed for herokftll v endeavored to sunnrcss but with oaln Olooki Jewelry harm Hlnits Spectacles cU McKenzle for congress Prof AY D Hajr out success and fearing that tho hotel might Will practice in Dreckenrldge Meade Hardin Postal card orders As low as the lowest for sharp cash All personsward was rscotumended for Superintendent bo burned shegavo tho alarm of fire which and Hancock eountles In toutsThat faith which looks over Jordans cold nrlna rivlnielsewhereHsta from anv bouse we will sell soon was heard by somo gentlemen who attended to Address Hood aro Informed that of Publio Instruction and Hon Murray wero occupying rooms on tho samo floor promptly T T OT Tl tVTTl TTO vllle or iu And viow that sweet rest in the kingdom of Drown of Hancock for Register of tho when ex Juugu Haraucl w Alolton and Mr Olovorportt fCy same quality of goods anu aeauo eallper eeni Road and Sprit WaflMia and Biiwks Tko best and cbesnest ever sold la Brecken and bo are of tho best material well palsied UTfc Giro us a off of any Uatalojjue uou Offlje Upstairs over BTAll DRUa STOIIE W A Clark of Columbia 8 O wero tho Laud Office says the Herald iHfo county Made from tho best material and f Watches Clocks Jew ityle and I mate ana sen tarn Bopalrs onvlnced Which remains for his peoplo in that hap Ivury Wagtm fully tirst who camo to tho rcecuo of Miss Leo promptly attended to In napm BroiinemioriH uiiaur j Hntwintn by the best workmen dry Spectacles et py land A man always deceives the community nnd succeeded in saving her money ana wafoes tt Plows and guaranteed Bprlag warrwiteaana nngi j workmanlike manner Also the cheapest and have on hand a larsn assorts Whcro all types and shadows aro fully ex styles ana in 5 m by keeping his mouth shut no ono knows vaiuaoio jeweiry irom mo names Tho itiit assortment of will sell then at BOTTOM yKMMI and war Â¬ varicui VM I plained rant them made of tfca ss4ss4ssMsndtodo esnuau van ana examine moi ai Violins Cases Strings how much or how littlo he knows A great morning following th firo Miss Lee ex Plain and scy Psper Ink eto good work A ftr iiiiiss win m iitwto pressed her willingness to pay all damages Thus brief have I sketched tho aforsaid dis- talker deceives himself ho thinks himself though the firo bad occurred from accident okb My SOD Mrtlos who get up Reipeetfully course PLOWS do tetter wss Am any others In thU smart but the community knows he is n The proprietor taking advantago of tho la Â¬ Though it was an outline I promised at dy demanded 2000 francs which was n fool no sir we dont mean you first KINDS DONE Srepostcrous and enormous charge for the A long introduction I nlso passed by Horse ic wi Is the best ssantter m tho Practical WatAmaksn mU Mmtm Remember this No difference who slan And left it for thoso who are stronger than I sstoMBg by the finest snoer in tais couniy anu Tho friends of Miss Lee at once demur ders or defames your reputation no differ wsgoas and buggies re- CLOVEMTOMT sll kinds of rtpalrlng nftlntjtil And now may the peace of tha Holy One ence what or how many obstacles arise to red to this charco Tho American Consul Mr Uancan nt this tilace was czceedinclv Tho ever blessed BniriL Father and Son AM A county m m JUl MIX9 i VS oppose yon keep quiet and press on Had kind and protested against tho payment of Mado espeelallv for use In Creckenrldge country Descend and remain upon you his children 124 Wall St West Knd Iron Bridge any sucn sura u no proprietor now being substantial and durable and suitable for tempers hesty actions or indecorous lan- Â¬ dear fully warranted the Lost and cheapest ioiiwi m nis uisgraetui cilort to overcharge roads llucgles and Ucad Vagons I guarantee sswm Till hs takes thorn to Ziou to ralga with guage will always injuro you tee for damage occurine from accident became Also In all of my work him there I soli all kluds insolent and spoke in n manner which ro-- satlsfutlon Implements KaawwUi PoUlo YleU of Farming Uected upon Miss Leo Tbo insult was A woman has to sottle a mans coffee RkUc at WMtHlo Prim Mr Edward Wells of Daviess county quickly resented Mr Clark of Columbia I wish to Inform the rub with tho white of on egg but she can settle Ky eat for lie that I asa raised from 18 pounds of Early Rose S O struck him over tho head with au bis hash with a look Hewing Henpecked Editor 900 pounds of large smooth potatoes ttt Kemlagton will sell The umbrella ce Salt Two rise Suit V SO lor d MoeklftM In a few moments the proprietor wm sur of the Glasgow Times ground was broken wllu one borse the seed Plr or more 3 00 sent by mall postage paid Umbi atgrwtly reduced dropped whole without any manure and rounded by a nunibor of Italians who wero Suits by express charges paid by ns They are wrUss I will sella good Job says Man thats born of a woman covered with a plow After comldg up the clerks waiters and attaches of tho hotel well made and Snely trimmed In Drown or ssMM for Mt is of few days and full of troubles and weak spouts were remoied They rocelred but they wero met by Judge Melton Colo- Â¬ Black Headed with white piping V A DHOViV AMD Bust tuoasnres from 38 to 42 an larger sites when we look around us we see a great one light hoeing without any plowing nel John T flloanJrMr I A PJordan of South Carolina about the 15th of Aug mado to order without extra charge I P many men who seem to havo been born They were du potatoes wore obtained nnd of Georgia who bynnd Dr courogo Roberts scttog as agents sal scndlsg or Â¬ To Ladles IS bushels of their and and Dmlcr in ders tvt 19 suits we girt one suit Tree list that way This is no fish story wa had the pleas Â¬ caused them to stampede and Write Your name Poet Ofioe County aA seeing the potatoes W claims call for the police Mr ure of A largo crowd soon B0M8 SAW MJN8 M4LMHM ETff A negro girl Rena Willis being over the large yield wss the Stats yeiyplalB 8ed Xoaey by KofMered result of thinning assombled about the hotel Tho propria- KAWUNIBUKI KENTIMMCY of the Best Quality tad at or kmik urais Letter Honey AND DKALSR IN heated when baptized in Wilkes couuty out site weak sprouts He also request tut hh uuuuuuuuu ur uoi moan mr hii This aov Was beea tevHihly repairs and We guuantes satisfaction In erery ease C4JRRENT riMCIv PLAWMI Is IWratsiieil of Breckenrldge and adjoining conduct toward Miss wM r Georgia died in a few minutes after com Â¬ tho fcracrs It ad Parlor and Rwd Roew Furniture Sack purckae r Is entitled to iVosUrs Hew fea has fcr dijUylg sH klexts JOB WORK DONB ON SlIOltTloTlCll nuu then him to go Into tho garden and answer for eoTaiat foew VMt of Mnwns fcr all Pertoas wanting work or mate s ssy counties to try planting wnoio ing out of tho water I have on hand and will constantly keep t andSeUtors Address of aooto at alt Maaes the same with swords or pistols which the larga stock of remote sll weak sprouts CO S W FOSTER sAlkiadsof will save money by giving ua a aO r 4 mMel punwfes The Domocrats of Lyon county bare Respectfully proprietor decllnod to accept It would bo S 0 H ttoek with Ve ofed as low as him bought dsetetssi METALIO AND WCXJDEN instructed for Stone as first cholco aud 271 to M5 E Mt1rt wellor Americans to avoid this hotel who ALLIN MURPHVi rarronage soiioimu1 Trliublo second OniOAQO at any oiner piaee BUftlAL CASES AND CASKETS Parson Newmaa baa declared fcr Grant cowing to Naples tsr O Ul McGUIjIj 1rpurJotor and most degraded classes They aro glv en transportation to Salt Lake and prom iscd n Brent many of the comforts of life all such Inducements aro held out to them to join tho church In this way they bring into society thousands of those low vicious beings It would not bo so bad for society if tho teachings of thoso who bring them here were calculated to improve their minds morals but the reverse is true They arc brought hero the slaves of Mormon leaders mid must ever remain such The tnoro Ignorant and vicious the better menials tbey make It is n rcmarkablo fact that tho moro ignorant degraded and superstitious the human family becomes tho closer they hug their oppressive notions and tie bet ter tbey servo their oppressors It is an eternal curse to tho human family when any institution claiming to bo moral or re ligious and jet leads its devotees to such an end Both church and Sttd should look well to this abscess on society and prcpnro to eliminate these evils by giving tho public mind a tonic of pure thorough moral education Â¬ Obituary Never before havo wo had the snd occasion of attempting to chronlclo a moro Impressive Incident than the sickness nnd Sho death of Mrs Susak E Hawkins was tbo daughter of Edward nnd Ilhodn A Chnpln She was born in tho year 1812 at the old Ihapin Homestead near Jiitos Hun was reared by kind parents and nt the aee of fifteen rears was tilncrd in school at Greenville Kentucky and while lucre niuuu a liroicssiuu ui ruiiiun iw vember lbCO hlil J liryant held n pro tracted meeting nt lute s Hun and tlicro she joined tho United ltnptist but on ac- Â¬ count of ill health she was not baptized until tbo 3 ear 1858 About tho time sho joined tho Baptist church sho was married to W II Hrvvkius nnd from thnt timo up to the day of her death she has lived n Sho wns Btrict and influential member taken sick tho 7th of July and died on the 1 1th of August Her Riiflcring was severe jet she wns novcr henrd to say tho least in She bore her nny way of complaining trials and afllictions with thnt patience und fortitude that only a true Cliristinn woman could putting her whole trust in Him who docth all things right In her dving hours sho said sho was happy that sjic was goim home Sho was n perfect lady in all things ond wielded nn influence over nil who knew her of tho purest and most virtuous kind In tho death of Mrs Hawkins six five girls nnd ono litllo boy havo been deA prived of ono of tho bestjof mothers husband has lost a true nnd lovely companion and last tho church nnd commu nity havo lost one of tho brightest gems E 0 S 11 of Christianity Hitos Run Aug 151878 B Western Recorder plcaso copy Â¬ bought tho ontiro stock nnd J n MWJAt formerly occupied by Mr Chas ltoldolI sm JAB E BTOXC JR WlmrfhitiHtors now prepared to supply nil orders for Who aro agents for tho celebrated and Rell ablo Kockport Ind Nurseries All tho trees FRESH BREAD ors Warranted to be truo to their namei Tlioy CAKES AND CONFECTIONS nlio keep constantly on hand a largo supply of Vic Jiut 1iiHUhftl in a ktiiletl Enitlope AND FANCY OUfJCERIES littiburg coal and dealers In Laths Bhlnglos ur miU Lumber and Lime ClOYERPORT KBNfUCKYV MEALS AT ALL HOURS A Lecture on tho Nature Treatment and aPUaORYfc CO Wharfmaitcrs Your patronage is respectfully solicited Radical euro of Seminal Wenkuess or orriCK icuVKiroaTjiprtjiiiuiiDiso Clovcrport Ky Spermatorrhoea Induced by Solf Abusc InvolFRED LISCH All Business will receive igwft Attention untary Umluloni Iiniiotcncy Nervous Debil ity and Impediment tit Mnrrlage generally Consumption Enllomv nnil FlUf Alontnl urn lhyslcal Incapacity La My llODlKT J CULVERWELL JI I author of tho Orecn 1 A LECTUHE TO YOUNG MEN FRED LISCH Having stand Sirry Yf w t stone UmrsswL9fKj Â¬ Ao Uook Tlio world renowned natlior In thli admira Â¬ ble Lecturo dearly proves from his own exper Â¬ ience that tho awful contcrjucnccs of Sclf Abuio mnT bo effectually removed without medicine ana without dangoroui surgical operations bougies Imlrumcutf rings or cordlala point- Â¬ ing out a mode of euro nt ones certain nnd effectual by which every lulTcrcr no mnlter whnt his condition inny bo may euro himself THE CELEBRATED GOOD COOK W4 3 TINWA1E CUTLERY cheaply privately and radically i Cu Ti Ltture will jirote a loon la thomnnilt and thutttandt Sent under seal In n plain envelope to any nddrcix on receipt of fix cent or two poatago Address the lubllihen THECULVERWELL MEDICAL CO Dtiinpi 41 Ann St Oflico llox 1586 ROOFIffllbife GUTTERING SPOUTING REPAIRING All kinds of New York Post Â¬ Â¬ KITCHEN OLD WARES And Â¬ Â¬ mm TRIED LOWEST CASH PRICED Sold Everything at Â¬ Satisfaction Guaranteed MEXICAN EUREKA STOV II00E3afcy - Â¬ Mustang Liniment CO JOHN BEMJEH JGKEZLJLS OaZZXIu doctors sTILTEJie OTJBfj Â¬ For Sale by A RFISHER Druggist Cloverport ar law-brea- k SB n AA OLOVBBPOBT J W HAYNES CO MARBLE WORKS READ THIS TWICE iSMtiNRtiK vb fflLiK3 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