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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ill vtHHmli 1AJV isnsmn idt Wi arc autliorixcil to make Liberal Ad WWH en Conlgmnent8 of Tobacco to tho wtmed firm New York r I W - 1 lm- MifaR iiif wmt THE VOL III DE SPERIENOE OB DE REB REND QUAKO STRONG Swing dat gate wide Tostlo Peter lllng de big bell beat do gong Saints an martyrs den will meet dalr llrudder HoVrcnd Quako Strong Sound dat bugle Angol Gabriel Tell do ciders loud an long Clair out dem high scats of Heaben Here comes llebrend Qnako Strong ifK P in V A HVDUNCAN BRECKEMIDGE NEWS CL0VERP0RT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4 1878 backs deprlvcHilipm of all tho comforts pf life nnd throws unhapplncss misery crime anddcsolation Into their once happy homes Oh sir I implore beseech nnd pray you to rctiro from a business you blush to own you nro engnged in beforo your fellow men nnd enter one that will not only bo profitable to yourself but to your folow crcaturcs nlso You will excuso mo if I have Bpoken too plainly but I could not help t when I thought of tho misery and ttnhappiuess it has caused 1110 Madam I am not offended ho answered in a voice husky with emotion but thank you from my heart for what you havo said Mnmmo said tho child who mean Â¬ time had been spoken to by somo of the gentlemen present taking bold of her mothers hand theso gentlemen wish mo Shall I to sing1 Littlo Dcssio for them do so Yes darling if they wish you to They nil joined in tho request nnd plac ing her in a chair sho sang in n sweet childlike voico tho following beautiful song Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ parts of ho country report eomo mseialci and loeroaslnff demand Tor rvlngly popular tewing Machine Tho Rellablo STANDiBD tilt JirfcO of Independent in all things Neutral in nothing lJrineiples not party Men not availability vk r i probrlotorj windy reduced to 20 in mo attachments ana at one ie- i ewree for tlictn a popularity among tho people jar oeyona tbat ever yet attained by any otber machine at any price tho consequence of which ll agents are leaving the old high priced ma chines and teeklng territory for the Stan tuat knowing from eiperlanco that with the beit goods at tha loweit price they con out mil all other --Machine whero the superior qual Â¬ ify and low price li made known This iplen did Machine combines all the Itnpruveinenti It far ahead of all othen In beatity and dura Â¬ bility of Iti work eaie of management light running and certainty of operation It sensibly Made upon found principle with positive work Â¬ ing parti all steel and can be infely put down ai the very perfection of a Serviceable Sewing Machine In erery particular that will ontlaat any Machine and at a price far down below any other It la thoroughly warranted for He jearfi Kept In order froo of charge And tent til kny part of the Country for examination by the customer before payment of the bill We oan predict equally an large a demand for them i lnthla lection ai In othen Families deilrlng t the belt Machine manufactured ihould write direct to the Factory And enterprising per oni wishing to seise tho chance ihouUefpply to desirable an agency SeeadrcrnRmcnt iaanother part of thli paper Addreii Stan lard Machlna Co Cor Broadway and Clinton Itaee New York leptll ly NO 21 OUR WASHINGTON LETTER From Our Special Correspondent Washington U 0 Nov 23 187P Turn do guard out Glnerat Michael Arms present do line along the band ploy Coiikciln Hero Iet For do Ileb rend Quako Strong Sen let Mosos bring do crown an lalmi an weddln gown along Wld perccislon to bo laudln Heros do Itcbrend Quako Strong fr 4 Tune your harp string light King David Sing your good Old Hundred long Let do seraphs danco wld cymbals Itoun de llebrend Quako Strong Joseph march down wid ycr breddorca Tribes an banners muitcrln strong Speech ob welcome from oUvAbntsta Anlwcr Rebrond Quako Strong heer mo yell Hoi anner I Hcariny dulcem tplrrltool songs Hallcluycrl Imacomlnt Im tie llebrend Quako Strong Mako dat white robo rudder ipaelous An do walit belt itronery long Cnuso twill take tome room In glory For do llebrend Quako Strong Angels Florida A throng of sufferers with concha and 3 tjoldi annually go South to enjoy the ethe- Â¬ real mildness of the land of loners To them we would ay the necessity of that ex pensive trip i obviated by Cousscns Com S pound Honey of Tar which speedily van V oujshes tho concha and colds incident to this rigorous clime For public speakers it surpasses the Demosthenic regimen of clearing tho pebbles and sea shore throat until the voice rings with tho silvery cadence of a bell Use Cousscns Compound Honey of Tar Price r0 cents a A H FISIIEB Clo bottle For salo tcrport Ky and Dr J M TAYLOH Hnrdinsburg Ky eeptt ly J What No ono to do lamlin7 Spccn like suflln nudderi wrong Qucss Ill gib dat ilcepy Iotor Fit Irom ub rend Quako Strong How am dliT De gatci all fastenod Out ob all do shin frong Not a mulatto cherub oven Urceti do llebrend Qunko Strong Out In the gloomy night sadly I roam I havo no mother dear no pleasant homo No ono carci for mo no ono would cry Eten If poor littlo Detsio should die Weary and tired Ivo been wandering all day Asking for work but Im too small tlicy lay j On the damp ground I must now lay my head Fathers a urundard and motbor Is dead I Wo wero so happy till father drank rum Then all our sorrow and troublo bogunj Mother grew pale and wept ovcry day Haby and I wero too hungry to play j Slowly they faded till ono summer night Found their dead facci all silent and whlto Then with big tears Blowly dropping I said Fathers a drunkard and mother is dead I Oh If tho temperanco men only could find Poor wretched father and talk very kind If they would stop him from drinking then I ihould bo very happy airaln Is it too Into temporunco men PIcaso try Or por littlo llcsslo must soon itarvo and die All tho day lotig been begging for broad Fathers a drunkard and mother is dead I Â¬ lr JAMES E STONE HARDIMSBURB Tp KENTUCKY From de parapot abovo Undo Peter dont you know rao Me a shinln light 10 long Why do bcry niggers call mo Oood old Hobrend Quako Strong Dunno me do ihoutln preacher Keglar hull bog Wcsleyan too Whar in do woodi youbln a loafin Somo ole rooster s boddcrcd yon I reckon Why Ivo convartod Hundreds o darkles in a song Dunno mo nor yet my uiassor Im do llebrend Quako Strong What a narrow littlo gateway I My i dat gate am hard to nioro Who am dat J lays Poitlo Peter Will practloo In all the courts of Broken ridge and adjoining counties Deeds Mortgages ets and all legal Imtru Bents carefully prepared Xitlei Investigated and abstracts furnished Prompt and careful attention given to all no 11 tf business entrusted to mo Io 1 Jua A THE GREAT CAUSE OF Hark to dat ar curious roarin Far away but rollin nlgher j Seo do dreSul dragon flyin Head like night an mouf ob firoj Tie do berry king ob dcbblls An hem rushln right along Ob dear Peter pleaso to open To Class leader Quako Strong Old Kicks comln I can feci It Uottln warmer all about Oh my good kind Kumnl Peter Let mo in Im all too stout To go lung wld Major Satan Into dat warm climate inong Human Misery rd Envelope Vddtihdy in a l cent Radical Lecture on the Nature Treatment and cure of Seminal Weakness or t K 1 npermatorrbGca induced by ceir Abmc invol notary Emissions Imiioteney Nervous Debt Ity and Impediments to Marriage generallytj Consumption Epilepsy and Fits Mental and rnvelcal Incapacity Ac By HOIiERT J OUIYKRWELX MD author or the Urecn Oeok Ac The world renowned author in this admira Â¬ ble Lecture clearly proves from his own exper Â¬ ience that the awful conecjuceees of Self Abuse ltvay be effectually removed without medicine aadithoot dangerous surgical operation konles instruments rlngf Otcordiale point a mode of cure at once certain and effectual by which every sufferer no matter what his eondlticn may be taay our hlmtelf Cheaply privately and radically SU Thit Lreturt Kill prow a lkn to tKontanU nU fhouiattih Sent under lost la a pataeavelope to any address on receipt of nS cents or two postage itainpi Addresi tbe Fabtiiheri Firo and brimstone Hear mo knockin Old Church member Quako Strong Dat loud noiso am comln nearer Drcfful smell llko powder imoko judder screech floodHebben help me Lor forgibUls pore ojdmoko inrit Xllerswur Slngin an prayinextrn long Now do dobblfs gwincto cotch mo Poor old nigger Quako Strong so 6errhoyJw Wr - nil dat gato awing back a little Mighty squeetla to git fros THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL Post 41 Aba St QfTicef Box 458G New York CO Ole Appollyon howlin loudor Ebcry thing around am blue Dang I do gate goei an Deliebub Bunch of wool upon his prong Goes long bomo without de soul ob Miaabul sinner namo of Strong y raaylfi ly AN ANGEL IN A SALOON One afternoon In tho month of June a lady in deep mourning followed by a child entered 0110 of tho fashionable bv loons of N j The writer happened to bo passing at tho time and impelled by curiosity followed her in to see what would etisuo Stepping up to the bar and address ing tho proprietor who happened to be present she said Sir can you assist mo I have no home no friends and am not ablo to work Ho glanced at her and then at tho child with a mingled look of curiosity and pity Evidently he was much surprised to sco a woman in such a place begging but without asking any questions gnra her iomo change and turning to those present said Gentlemen here is a lady in distress Cant Bomo of you help her n little They all cheerfully acceded to tho re quest and soon a purse of two dollars was raibcd and put in her baud Madam said the gentleman who gave why do you como to a her tho money saloon It isnt a proper place for a lady and why ore you driven to such a step Sir I know it isnt a proper place for mo to be In nnd you ask why I ara driven to such n step I will toll you In one short word1 pointing to a bottlo behind tho coun whisky ter labeled that Is what brought mo hero AViuskyI I was onco happy and surrounded by all the luxuries tbat wealth could procuro Hut with a fond and indulgent husband in an evil hour ho was tempted and not possessing tho will to resist the temptation fell and In ono short year my dream of happiness was over my homo wan forever desolated nnd tho kind husband and the wealth somo called mine lost never to return and all by the accursed wine cup Vou see before you only a wreck of my former Bulf homeless and friendless and with nothing left mo In this world but this and weeping biftprly gho littlo child affectionately cire3cdtho golden curls that Re shaded a foco of oxqulslto loveliness gaining her composure and turning to tho proprietor of tho saloon she continued Sir tho reason I occasionally enter aj place like till is to imptpro those who deal in tho deadly poison to desist to stop ft bus ncss that spread desolation ruin poverty Think oo moment of your and starvation own loved ones and vIiph wlnp them In to ypur the situation 1 nm in I better nature I appeal to Jqur kew W I know you powtM a kind one to retlWftin eo ruiHOHs to your ttttrotM n biH JW ytw kiMiw tlnvljlw nwHwy twira Iimm tida W U kjw am m taking Vrc4 from cm a tU bm0m of tb fans itbad wivaa and oUMft jwr euatoui ere that itstrii the cloJia fronrtliilr 1870 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wiru m WUEACH WHOLESALE CH0LTZ DKAImrt IX FANCY CKOGERIFS CONFECTIONS FHUITS CIGAKS TOBACCOS ETC Wo 65 W Market St Between 3rd and 4th LOUISVILLE KY nodotu fy lf 6EARCHER I the greatest Wood remedy of the age Tel irr Vffxi Vheri Haiti Jimjilt and all HkoJ diseases yield to its wonderful powers tSirt Mood U the guarantee of health Head I It eared uiy loa of Scrofula -- J K Brooks Palniville Ohio It cured my ohlld of lry K Smellier Mis Larimers la ttftlat A Co K K Sellers proprs PitUburgh Pa 100 Tb genuine hat our name on Fries bttesi of wrapper Sold by all druggists W B WHITE Agoat sepMly Cloverport Ky BLOOD LINDSEYS BLOOD Tb Invwitors and Mechanics at Poslsgo 1 PATENTS and bow to obtain them Pain of M page free upon receipt of Stamps Addrees BO 18 tf QILMORE SMITH CO of PultnU Jioz II iAkf VTatAuiou J C Sellers Liver Pills - V Liver Chap lalaU Cottlvonaet Fever ewl Headaeb Afe ofSlek stomach and Kiid all derangely tbe toeuU liver for aver Read this t fUlltn Liur PM curtd ftkn m of an attack of Liver complaint of eight Wm JSveni Joilet Ills yoaN1 standing Co Priee 3i ots a box II B Sellers Pittsburgh Pa Bold by all druggtits vhmi VVll WHITE Agent sepUly Clovtrport Ky The Buokeye It ts ft well Mfablisic fact tlmtTallers Ulwye Pile Ointment will cure if used Tho yEsculus Hip MMriNftg to directions BsasnUituui or Horse Cliestimt couimouly kmwn as tho Jioclceye kas been highly for wuny yeiirs owning to tbe U yumsaisas lying In the iKu WUlr vcimh1 U1 KaeullB which cn If affected UtUlMMfbrttrufolil wW tbat ttrribk tliMas use Buckeye Pilo Have been the iUntUrd remedy for tha cure of fe ttMl4 Jhw Tho games of billiards wero left unfin ished tho cards wero thrown aside ami the unempticd glass remained on the counter all had pressed near somo with curiosity some with sadness nnd somo with pity beaming in their eyes entranced with the musical voice nnd beauty of tho child who seemed bettor nTtcd to bo with angels above than in such a place Tho sceno I shall iiovcr forget to my dy- Â¬ ing day and tho sweet cadenco of her mu sical voico still rings in my ears and every word of tho song nsft droppeif from her lip3 sank deep jn the hearts of around her With tho goldeti hair falling carelessly around her shoulders her face of almost ethereal beauty andylooking so trustingly and comfortingly npontbo men wound her beautiful eyes illuminated with a light that seemed not of earth sho formed a picturo of purity and innocenco worthy of the Kcniua of a poet or painter At tho closo of tho song many wero weop- mg men who hnd not shed a tear foryears now wept like children Ono young man who had resisted with scorn tho pleading of a loving mother nnd the entreaties of friends to strivo to lead a better life to desist from a course that was wasting Jjm fortune and ruining his liealthnoV approached the child and taking both her littlo hands in his whilo tears streamed down hitf pale checks exclaimed with deep emotion God bless you my little nngell You have saved mo from ruin and disgrace from poverty und a drrtnkards grave If there u aro 0110 wore over angein on earth Godblcssyou Qod bless you I and putting a bill in tho hands of tho mother fciiid Pleaso accept thUtriflo as a token of my regard and esteem for your littlo girl has dono mo n kindness I can never repay And remember whenever you aro in want nt yqu will ever find in mo n truo friend tho samo time giving her his name and id dress Taking her child by tho hand sho turned to go but pausing at tha door said Qod bless you gentlemen I Accept tho heart felt thanks of a poor friendless wo man for tho kindness nnd courtesy you havo Beforo any ono could roply shown her sho was gpne A silence of several minutes onsued which was at length broken by tho proprie tor who ctclumcd Gentlemen that lady U right und I havo sold my last glass of whisky if any of you want more you will have to go elso whero And I hare drank my last glass of whis ky said a young man who had long been given up as utterly beyond tho reach of thoso who had a deep Interest in bis wel fare as sunk too low over to reform There is a tcmpoinnce organization in this citycallcd Temple of Honor and at thoir next meeting I shall send up my namo Who will go with mo to bo admitted I I I and I soveral exclaimed in a chorus and fifteen names wero added to his True to his word tho owner of tho saloon wfirro this strange sceno was enacted dis posed of his entire stock tho next day and is now engaged in an honorable business Would to hcavon that ludy with her littlo one could havo gono Into every hamlet town and city throughout tbo country and met with llko results Lurainlt Senlind Â¬ Â¬ tlroso-gath-erÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thanksgiving day keeps some of our Con gressmen nt home but nn unusual number havo cither aimed or written that they will bo hero at tho opening of tho session It is probablo moro members will bo on hand then than on nuy similar occasion in Into yenrs Whilo thcro is general imposition apparent to do nothing to disturb a public confidence so necessary to tho success of resumption thcro is nlso n belief that somo reckless man lilto Under somo man full of an opinion ot his own greatness like Halo or somo mistaken but well mcnulng enthusiast mny do something or attempt to do something which will disquiet tho whole country They should keep quiet until alter resumption is an nssurcd success Very soon nftcr Jauunry 1st wo mny hope thnt Messrs Halo Towiisend Conger etc mny turn tho House into a becr gnrdcu without injury to tho country Ono of tho questions which is of real importance and Which will bo discussed by tho nblcst men of both Houses is thnt of transferring tho Indian Hurcau to tho War De- Â¬ partment It willbo urged on many grounds nni among them its economy the better crro that it is claimed will be taken of tho Indians and tho necessity for reducing tho amount of labor nnd responsibility imposed upon tho Secretary of tho Interior This last point has not been urged I nm convinced so much ns it should Iiino been The Department is really nn exaggeration of Departments Tho operations of somo of its Bureaus involve moro responsibility than thoso of somo of tho recognized De Â¬ partments The consequenco is that the supervision of tho Secretary so necessary to prevent irregularities amounts to nothings Is a mcro form IIcuco tho Interior Department hns beeomo a nest of fraud and its afiairs have been mannged by outside rings to the disgrnco and loss of tho country The House Committee on Appropriations had a quorum at its meeting yesterday Estimates except for tho Postoffice Inte- Â¬ rior nnd Wai- - Departments ara somewhat lower than lost j ear nnd indeed less than tho reduced sums voted by Congress There will be however reductions from these esti Â¬ mates though it becomes moro nnd moro evident that both Houses of Congress must bo in Democratic hnndbofofasulh rndicat reforms in the DuVmrtmeiitsna nre neccs sary in gcttiiigtfio GujCrismpnfcljBxponscs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Monkoy nnd Whiskoy Dr Guthrie tcllf tho following nuccdoto of a monkey Jack ns ho was called seeing his mas ter and somo of his friends drinking with Itnllativo faculty for which nil monkoys nro remarkable got hold of n glass half full of whiskey nnd drank it off Of course it Dew to his hehd nnd very soon Jack was drunk Next day when they wished for a repetition of tho performance ho was nowhere to be seen At last bo was found curled up in a corner of his box At his masters call he reluctantly came out but ono hand applied to his head signified very plainly that ho wns ill that Jock had got So they left him for n few a headache Then supposing him to days to recover bo well again they called him to join them in another jovial party expecting to have l aro fun vlth him But he eyed the glasses with evident drend nnd whon his mnscr tried to induce him to drink ho was They upon tho house top in a moment called him to come down but ho refused His master shook1 a whip at him but it hnd no effect A gun was then pointed nt him At he got behind a stack of chimneys length in fonr of being dragged from his refuge he actually descended tho chimney risking n scorching rather than be made to Jack livtd tnclvo years nftcr drink but his rcpugnanco to whiskey remained ns strong as over whilo his master became its victim Â¬ Â¬ I Cats and Clover Many of our readers moy havo seen a quotntlon from Darwin which has been widely published furring tn a connection between the domestication of the cat nnd tho nmount of tho clover crop Tho torn moil red clover is visited and fertilized only by humble bcc3 the proboscis of tho honey bco not being long enough torenrh tho ncc tar Tho number of humble bees In any district depends sn s Darwin In a great measure on tho number of field mite which destroy the combs nnd nests of tho hnmblo bees The number of field mice is again largely dependent on thnt of cats nnd tho nests of humble bees iro therefore espe cially abundant near towns nnd villages where cats abound Hence it inny bo said that to our domestication of the cat is due to a great extent tbo possibility of largo clover crops This is very curious nnd interesting if true but n Scotch correspondent of tho London Agricultural Gnzctto is disposed to question it He says Wo sometimes find tho gravest authors napping Humble bees nro snid to abound most whero field mico can not get at their nests Now humble bees liko Dandy Din mont dogs will attack any living creature with a hairy skin and woo to man or boy much more to any mouse that would at tempt to harry tho nest or biko of such a well armed colony for they will fellow n person a long way and sting him in the eye if they can and if prevented in thnt will sting tho head or neck It was alwajs reputed in Aberdeenshire that tho black bumble bees droe the mice from their snug quarters in the dry earth bank and without labor took possession being well nble to maintain their claim against any nmountof mice for the mouso quick at hearing would clearly understand tho note thnt bees strike up when they aro about to sing One can not help feeling sorry to sco such twaddle as this talc of tho clover and tho cat introduced like chaff among the grains of good corn for Darwin has dono every gardener good service by his pnticnt watchfulness of tho habits of plants particularly tho orchard family 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Twenty Inch Oak Cut Down by Bullets instance tlicro oro in tho Treasury Department Bureaus which Were usjim ar convenient uurmg inu war Dili which aro now simply ornamental In other Bureaus perhaps still useful aro divisions sections etc- - which have scarce ly anything to do and which aro modo up of high ealaricd clerks who go through tho forms pflahor but aro of no moro advan Â¬ tage t5 tho Government than to the Esqui B6 in tho other Departments Tho maux Secretaries estimato for theso excrescences and Congress has so far voted tho monoy for thorn But really we might as well keep up tho army of a million of men as in 18G5 as kcep up this extravagant force of Any attompt to mako n change civilians however small meets opposition first from tho Secretaries and then from a Republican This is tho history of tho las four Senate of fivo years Tiere is doubt of tho justness nnd even of the exact regularity of tho finding by which wo nro mado to pny 5800000 to Great Britain on account of tho Dominion fisheries but all will bo glad tbat tho money is paid and tho treaty stipulations thus en tirely carried out on our part It will bo the duty of tho Administration nnd of Con gress to sco that uo such extravagant obligations nro again incurred Aldiov Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ carried out for Homo mado Baptism Professor Edward Foutaino who is now in Kcidsvillc onco baptized a negro Mark DavisVtho slnvo of n nephew of Jeff Daws at Canton Miss Mark had killed a man whilo possum hunting nnd tbu Sunday previous to his oxecusion for tho crimo ho Ho pre- Â¬ ceremony of baptism took placo ferred to bo dipped liko tho Other negroes Tha jailer and Mr Foutaino quietly took him down to tho creek at Canton but the thing had got wind and a great crowd was on tho banks and among them was a band of fifty Choctaw Indians The creok not fnr from tho bank was somo fifteen feet deep After Mark had been dipped Dr Fontaino mado tbo cross of Christ on his forehead nnd just thon kerdlp caino a sound and a Choctaw had taken a running leap and plunged head under into the deep est of tho stienm As ho aroso ho mado acros on his face and said with a grunt fells gono1 Dr Fontaine had dolivcrcd an affecting sermon on tho bank qf tho creek and this Indian hnd understood it Ho bftptizcdhimclf They all shook hands and the Indian turned o his tribo a converted man lUUUvllU AT C Times Â¬ Â¬ The wages ofnechanics mid laborers have fallen since tho war to nboul two thirds or one half of what they wero from 18CI to ItiCC and tho salaries of clerks and persons GDjng similar positions have falleri very little perhaps twenty five per cent will poVor The rent auo rjf many detho reductlori scriptions of property has fallen from fifty to seyenty fivo per cent from war price Theso arc facts which almosfevcry one rec ognizes arid knows o be truo nnd thero is a very general complaint of laird times ns one of the results of this full In prices Tho other sido of the question is very rarely The present value of money considered ns compared With that which circulated in 18G4 is not thought of Tho purchasing power of ten dollars now is equal to that of fifty dollars in 180 1 This assertion will in nil probability bo denied at onco by thoso A Horrible Disaster who havo not examined into tho facts and Tho ocean steamer Pommerania was run these c propose to submit in tho following into on the night of the 21th by tho Noel table showing tho prices I8GI and 1878 Fifty six Eilian off Folkorstoti and sunk Tho list is varied nnd include a sufficient persons wero drowned number of article of general use to repre- Â¬ Capt Schwcn7en lost on his one hun sent pretty accurately tlib average prices of dred and twenty sixth voyago Ho stood nt the present time his post giving orders keeping order as far 1878 1804 as it was possiblo for him to dp saving oth- Crusbcdstigar 10 20 Kindred and Cuba sugar life Ono ers but lost his own 21 08 sevonty six passengers pcro saved- - Tho Xew Orleans molassoi gal 1 35 40 Pommerania sunk in twenty minutes nflor Coffee lb 20 4i After all tho boats had Cotton lb alio wus struck 1 50 12 been lowered and filled still thero were n Pork barrel 9 00 45 00 1 00K 2 50 gi eat number of passengors hovering nround Gold 00 40 Ha could Prints tho Captain and crying for help 10 40 not rolido thorn ho would not forsako nor Uclnines y OS 40 desert them and they all vcut down to Gliighains 18 55 It getbor Oud of tho boats nfter lowered ami Checks 75 ticking- 25 sunk A deuso fog was tho causo of licit filled 5 00 Iialiaoral ikirtl 150 tho disaster 50 12 llronn drills 05 Canton flannels 08 Bring My Horse Plenso -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ The Abbeville 8 C Press and Banner in noticing Gen McGownns report of tho battles pf the Wilderness and Spottsyhn nia Court houso snys Wo aro Informed that tho stump of tho trco cut down by myriads of musket balls referred to by Gen McGownn has been up-Â¬ rooted removed to Washington and is now on exhibition thcro nt the War Department It was displayed at the Centennial Exhibi tion at Philadelphia as n remarkable evidence of bravery nnd endurance of soldiers in bnttlo It certainly oflbrds tho highest evidence passible of tho intensity nnd du ration of a musketry fire and of tho devotion of the soldiers uho could stand such a fire But it must not bo forgotten that it wns- - noti the Federals but tho Confederate soldienirwho received that jiie Ihoiktreo stood within thoBJSody Anglofafow stops in iih6VrarsOf tho Confederate trenches am every1 ball which struck i e iiu was iiscuargcu irom n rcuvrn passed oer tho bojsin gray nnd struck the tree in their tear Col A P Butter now tho honorable Senator from Alton coutrtyftlreirtomriiandingJ tho First South Carolina Regiment was very near tho tree witnessed tlic wholo process of scaling nnd saw it when it fell upon nnd injured somo of his mqn Tha diameter of tho trco was measured by the sword of Gen Wilcox and found to bo twenty inches Tho incident is perfectly well Quthenjicjdcd and is certainly ono of the most interesting in tho nnnals of war Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ food Manners Good manners nrc one thing and painted checks nnotlur nnd yet they arc very raach nliko in Rome respects Painted cheeks ore only to bo seen In company they are not for every tiny uie nbrfor ovcry day people but for special occasions jnst so with some peoplos good manners they are only for company and to bo nscd In com pnny As for home folks pa and ma brothers nnd slaters they never exhibit any good manners nn some of our parents dont know that wo have any I met a young Indy some time ago on the street her checks were bcnutifully red nnd rosy the light In her mild blue eyes was ns soft nnd plcacnnt ns tho twilight her v6c was low sweet and mellow and her air and manner of address were so utttactho that we could but uotico nndndmlro her Sho had such a pleasant smilo for everyone sho met and especially tho young gentlemen We happened to bo at her fathers house when she returned home but oh how chnnged she wns Just ns she entered the door her littlo brother came to her for some O go away assistance nbntit his hall from hero Johnny and let mo nlonc I dont In a few moments enro to wait on brats her mother worn out with tho toll and anxiety of nursing n sick baby said to her My daughter please good manncredly O pshaw I mother I am set tho table so tired I cant I despise to set the table Bat she moped off in n sulky unywny mouthing way and pitched the knives and forks around to their plnccs That young girls good manners were like her painted checks all put on there was nothing natural about it In order to bo amjablo abroad bo amiable nt home A cultivated young lady treats her mother with more considcation than anylmdy in the world she has just as many smiles and pleasant words for her ns for anybody j she has just as many pleasant words for her brothers as anjbody else and more for she loves them A cultivated sister is ns careful of better her language her manners aid her per- Â¬ sonal nppearance in the presence of her brothers us in tho presence of any young man nnd as a natural consequence they love her with all of their hearts If yon have u smile or a kind word to use any- Â¬ where in the world use them ot homo Nothing on earth gladdens a fnthcrs heart liko the sweet disposition of his daughter who has n kind word and n smile for all around tho family circle Â¬ Â¬ AroWagosToo Lov Naughty Papa About noon lately n portly dignified gen Â¬ tlemen chanced to meet his daughter with a handsome stylish littlo miss wearing a jaunty velvet hat nnd with herhair rolled up in the shape of a Vienna bun saunter- Â¬ ing down Vine street under tho escort of a young man dressed with excruciating ni The old pulousness nnd exceeding taste gentleman stopped his his daughter and without noticing tho confusion thelrnieet ng threw hdr iwto commenced to talk about the wcatWr her shopping etc She lis- Â¬ tened dutifully a incment or two and then Papn remarked referring to her escort Papa however paid no this is Mr attention to the young man but kept on tajlftng Again she said Papa you didnt hwir mo this is Mr said T Yes yes my girl I heard you tho old gcntlemon with nn impatient wave I heard you and I Uon t caro of tho hand to knowMr Tho immediate departure of that youn man in a very shrunken up condition was ono of tho funniest sights of the day Ono of the colored gentlemen working in tho hew well met with nn accident a few days ago which well nigh blew him dtrnight into glory A blnbt in the well not going off nt the proper time ho con- Â¬ cluded to go down nnd investigate the When whys nnd wherefores of the case about five or six feet from bo top the blast concluded to come up and como it did with nn explosiou which wmnded to his astonished ears liko that of a young can- Â¬ non Ho wns hnuledup and immediately sprend himself upon the ground to await As it tho visitation of the nngel of death didnt come quick enough to suit him hoivevcr ho got up nnd went to work Tho rear pnrt of his pantaloons were soundly peppered with tho escaping rocks none of which were of sue sufficient to do him se GlanQoxo Times rious injury Â¬ - r A good auccdota is related of a man who went by the nnmo of Whispering John Pcoplo said which was given in ridicule he talked as though he was brought up in a mill One morning ho walked into a public house and called Out in his thundering voico Good morning landlord how arc you Very well how nro you Oh Im very well but Im cold I can hardly talk Just then a nervous traveler whowas present ran up to tho landlord exclaiming Plcnsa havo mjforae brought ras soon as possiblo asked thp Why whats tho matter landlord only I Nothing ropliod tho traveler want to get away beforo that man thaws tl fIy by A It FIWIJBri Clov rt Ky We learn from tlip Madisonvlllo Times J0E1T BEITDEH lfKJT0n MBI KH lliittiwla In Ilopkins county are marrying at thirteen jcrs old Tho Times acted very unwsot In making that fact known tho girls will bo flocking in from nil quar- Â¬ ters of tha globp Ttay wll bo thicker In Hopkins than locust in I pypt Yietor Strokl Jr nmIIcIousI- - threw Lat KWer a small boy Qitlitlyon tkm pve kia arm mul in IwumIuMi JL wntwmmmmmmmmmemm PUPrtMO ILEBOIN0I TOOTH rULLINQ HAIR DYING rrKKSRii ml o cvaroHSKs to at au He ITC mochs yor h laV fUlil f Imt RMOft alMf Jgrll iMEtr nd work tha west Pstwoace solWle euviff rt Mtl Kilt U itHeOy t twovJ Tk Loud oleotriclfrkt th jntsr Time tiiuW ofltoe uses TkU leavw Mr KdUon in A young man at Uyo Beach while smok ing a cigarn few days ago had great diffAfter ho had iculty In making It burn been trying it for soma time he toro it to IiiBdo tha wrapper he found u two pieces A meeting of ton weeks continuance In calibro pistol cartridge The bullet was tho first Baptist church in Owonsboro is pointed toward tho mouth end of tha cigar It E Snodgrass killed Jnmcs L Bcthur still Bprogragft with over two hundred nnd Had ho been successful In making tho clgur am in Iluckcastlu county thu 3d Instant Two hundred havo been burn but a few moments longer nn explo- Â¬ J J Thompson is alsu Under arrest for bo fifty conversions added 0 the Baptist chlrob- - Ouauboro sion would havo occurred as the cartridge ing nn accomplice was nhcady hcatod MaMHytr -- 3 Tho Trigg County Democrat snjs thero Ciins YouMt Archlble Steen and son Wo learn from tbo St LouU Ilcpubllcnn bio bovovty two men In that county who farralnJr ftgttior near Lebanon Ckin had that Pan Itlcos famous show horse Excel would like to represent the dent people to a 4HHiitSrstaKdlnK m teon and Ms son sior died in that placo On tho 17th instant tho Lpglslaturo bftfet YfHitnf with thi uiiilbtj wh felM In tha 3Gth year of lU ago Excelsior has There are one kuHdied nnd fifty farms Yowia wifrUofcttghMr feMM io his res been in all of the principal owns in the in Trigg county advortUod for salo by the A farm Imnd United fctates Mm Af b cm khorlfl to PJf taxes f aj ilw caitMjttM mmm of tU frwiyu i ii The Vedy snMckere kHvfa U4h 11 tta T ffkteMa A cko3l tv in MihIIcoih illo threw a whlteajt thy cetd fcJ ivd fain eMimwed on ho hmm TsVoy Uan rock UHHtfk rk window of a ftti- - this rM VewtM eole cmotry of cum am qui a vpry were nmIi oh tt U Dftuti t n ottl gra hnind gentleman the IHtli li KtJjvllt iiUthc mi Â¬ One of our exchanges who is a closo ob Â¬ server says he hns seen ladies who were too nervous to rido horseback for fear tha horso would full down or runaway with 65 llleachcd Muslins 12 them j they could not walk for fear adog 08 M Drown musllm might run against them or ft mouse wight Taking this list os a basis wo find hat run ncrots the road just beforo them and ii 15 will purchase as much now as 6027 thoy would havo to faint and they nro too Persons who aro out of debt nervous to sail for fear tho boat might cup did in 1BG1 aro belter off to day than thuy hno been ut sixe but has tho first lady to see yet who any time within tho last twenty years was too nervous to mnrry Whilo their incomes may bo reduced tho purchasing power of thnt incomo has in Tho prettiest girl in Wheatland uses creased Bbout four hundred per cent Tho paint If sho only knew liow uirty anu same is truo in regard to wages and salaries sallow It iflukes tho back of her neck look Tha laborer who earns one dollar per day to Ihotnnnwho sits Immediately behind her The line of in 1878 is doing quite as well us the man In church sho would quit it who earned two dollars per day in 1K64 demarcation between tho lily whlto induced bycrcmo d lis is painfully evident It John and Anthony Hichor also Christo- Â¬ dont look well to sco a girl all rosy and pher Post weio killed while tunneling un bcadtifnl in front and all sallow and der a strcot in Maheno City Pennsylvania Wheatland Jlecordtr frockolcd behind on the 25 ult Ly the dirt falling in D C Saltier a leading GcrtnBiiBier Jacob DeWitt it road supervisor was chant nt St Paul suicided on tho morning fatally shot by his neighbor Ingalls near of the 28th ult by throwing himself Into Columbus Ohio on the 17th while in a dis Â¬ the Mississippi river from thq bridge pute about some road tax Tho Trigg Democrat came to hand last Tko FulrvJow New Jersey masked bur week It is a good ifewsy jniper tdited glars wero sentenced to ton jeurs Impris and published oyJ II Wilkinson at Cadlx onment on tho 18th iiiPtunt Trigg county Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Why What ftihTyou sister Thorisa are you thus wild with woe ho asked with fivm iorfSha deepest anxiety---Extramado no reply out poinieu aiieuuy iu bnskntfnl of watermelon rinds under the Tho conundrum was an kitchen table swered Â¬ a4 alf dd niMtM TirBW T 1 rt jih Somo of our eastern exchanges are earn estly discussing the New York police m to whelke r tWy Umtb Wains In their After a tkifiwtfk vtHtitfmtf U or not kav net waller tbokaif dHU4 hi JUt UllJSl wmitMki wi PilP fewl tViftt krd okes from tMse mhm Â¬ Wk tkf tW ltcdf KW A0H CVWYtf if Afl tj - Trw f tl j nip7i7lTfiV Kentucky i- - M t W t MW - W - riN I 111 ST N Ifggilifr - HMBrTTTTTTi Mni9IHIUi9HilirlUffiI JvPIVI V FjWWHHBVMHHPHMXflWrniF j r7yYr iftfWiniWW rrmmmm UUVURAkHP1 V V jv ff v - wwWK5578 f v ii jffSV It j DRY GOODS CLOTHING AND i 11 I ples to stability of government ltlght eousucss promotes wiso legislation A J D UAM1AGK righteous man will not bo guided by selfish ihmkk AND ruorRHTon motives in tho administration of the power intrusted to him but taking a higher and broader view of things ho would so direct that all tho best interests of his country nnd the world might bo advanced ho rules as SUDSORIPTIOW PIUOES lftO one who must answer for his acts to Him Ieryear 75 li months that is higher nnd greater and mightier than 50 three months all tho kings and potentates of this world oneyrarfreeforeluboftenaubicrlbers Oneeopy Sabserlptloni mast bo paid In advance SB In a republican government legislation paper sent beyond time paid for can never rise higher than public sentiment That public sentiment in our country toiX vriT irMuiuuY All higher day is very low who enn deny I tDtTona- KEV J L KDKINQTON princlploscems to bo sunk In pnrty Intcrcats Tho decay of it nations murals is so grad DECEMHKH 4 1878 ual that even by tho mass of intelligent Emphatically is this men it is unpcrccivcd All letters and papers Intended forpubli tho caso in an ago of great excitement liko cntioti please address the Editors of tlio Men mny bo everywhere tnlk tho present Hrwckknridob Nkwi or Editors of Ing of moral reform when corruption is All communications on Business Ntws undermining tho foundations of society address to J D Habdaqe Vhllo they proposo to remedy certain plain evils they do not see that tho principles nt All communications must bo nccompnn tho bottom are wrong nnd that theso being led by the name of the nuthor Wc will set right tho greater wrongs will right thembjr request withhold the name from the selves public Every nntion An eminent divine says ruined by internal discord probably passes THANKSGIVING SERMON through three stages First Tho Patriotic When engaged in Tho following is a complete text of the laying tho foundations of its government Thanksgiving Sermon preached bytho llcv nnd struggling up through difficulties it seWorrall Presbyterian lit the union lects men of tried integrity and sound wisJ services at tho Eim strcct Methodist Epieco- - dom to fill important offices Whon Second Tho Ambitious Stage pal Church South last Thursday nt eleven the nation has taken its place nmongst tho oclock Righteousness exalteth a nation kingdoms of the earth pcaco and prosperity Text Trovtrbi xiv34 reigns and as thero is no danger from withTho return of tho National Day of out tho pcoplo aro less enreful to chooso tho Thanksgiving when wo are called nway best men for rulers nnd men of ambition from tho dally avocations of life to wor fill tho highest offices still public sentiment ship Almighty God for tho blessings of an demands some evidence of patriotism and other year is a fit occasion not only for integrity from those who would seek honors recalling tho blessings of tho past year but at tho hands of tho people when there nro indications of national deÂ¬ Third The Venal Stage When the namoralization of wandering from tho found- tion has become wealthy and corrupt men ation principles of our national independsoek office not for the honor it confers ence and prosperity and especially when much less that they mny bo useful to their thcro aro manifest evidences of Gods dis country but that they may make motioy pleasuro with us in His Providences it votes can bo bought nnd sold ns commonly were Indeed n fit timo for the study of as wheat and corn nnd those who buy their thoso great truths which God himself has election expect to get their money bnck proclaimed to be essential to tho stability with interest while enjoying tho emoluments and perpetuity of u nations life Sinco of the office Thon comes bribery with all nations receivo their punishment in this its demoralizing influence men cease to world It would bo well for us to day to loam have confidenco in rulers nnd judges aud n lesson from the events of tho psst twenty are soon prepared for any thing This last years Tlje civil war tho greatest curse of state mny occur when thcro aro enough tho nation carrying with it n train of sor- righteous men in tho nation to resist tho row and suQering tho great commercial tido of corruption if only their influence depression which followed with tho cry for were properly directed bread fiom many starving mouths the de Is it not clearly evident that we ore in vouring flames that havo isited tho business this last state A distinguished jurist centers destroying millions of dollars worth mado tho remark beforo tho war that in of property tho plague of tho grasshoppers less than twenty years destruction would laying waste thousands of acres of tho overtake this country unless some great re-Â¬ richest land in tho country tho uprising of form should bo brought about And has tho Communistic element like tho belching tho war brought this reform Far from it forth of n volcuno tho threatening anar Many of the greatest scholars the most chy and ruin and latest of nil tho torriblo cautious far sighted and coolest heads of pestilence that has destroyed so many lives the tuition arc fast losing confidenco In re- Â¬ and blighted so many happy homes among publican forms of governmont And tho our Southern brethren all these events in- number of those who believe this is rapidly dicating Gods displeasure with us as a increasing nation would call upon us to remember Let me ask hero then in view of theso that wo have forsaken tho purity and up facts what is the duty of tho Christians of rightness of our early history nnd have-- the land to tho Stato nnd nntion Wc have forsaken tho God of our fathers Wei not yet fallen to tho wretched and lost con- Â¬ may the words of this Scripture demand dition of Sodom at tho time it was de our serious thought to day Righteous stroyed But the public sentiment of our ness esalleth a nation peoplo is certainly very much lower than it Perhaps thero is no truth more obvious was ono hundred years ago Many good than that ktatcd in the text Yet how frepeoplo however think that God has raised quently u it forgotten especially in times up this nation for some great purpose and of prosperity or cf great excitement Pros- because we have dono so much in the inter perity has often proved more dangerous to ests of liberty and to send the gospel into indiudunls and families than adversity various parts of tho world that ho will not Upon nations its cflects are even worse than But let us not allow us to bo destroyed upon indiudunls Tho people become sel- deceive ourseUes fish luxurious careleis of their own interTho Israelitish nation was raised up for a ests and consequently tho high mornl standvcrygreat purpose that they might be tho ard which existed in times of difficulty and depositories of Gods truth that thoy might struggle is lowered so that corrupt men can bo tho instruments of scattering abroad tho easily obtain high places and cat out the seeds of this truth to theblesting of all the ery lifo of the nation nations of the earth Yet though God cur Â¬ Moses tho great lender of Israel knowried out his purpose in them when they ing this fact in his last address to his peo sinned nnd turned nwny from Him he gave ple soil Whon thou hast eaten and nrt them up to their sius to captivity and full then slink thou blow tho Lord thy God though theysnid thoy had Abraham to their for tho good land which ho hath given thee father though they wcro tho covenant peo Beware that thou forget not tho Lord thy ple Ho has scattered them to the ends of God in not keeping his commandments the earth and taken from them the glorious und his judgments and his statutes which privilego they enjoyed I command theo this day lest when thou And so It may bo with us God will achnst cutcn and art full and hast built goodly complish his righteous purpose with us but lioaies and dwelt therein nnd when thy this wjll not save us from destruction if wo herds and thy flocks multiply nnd thy sil- fail to honor him ver and thy gold is multiplied and nil that Lot every Christian man then do his duthou hast is multiplied then thine heart be ty Do not bo so much Sunday Christ lifted up nnd thou forget tho Lord thy Gpd Christianity is meant for tho homo inns And what was tho result They did not circle for socinl business and political lifo heed tho warning of this holy man When as well ns for tho Sabbath day It is meant prosperity camo they forgot God and turnfor tho interests of tho State as well as for ing awny worshipped idols nnd nil thoabom I would not bo Individuals and families nations of tho heuthon for which reason understood as udvocatiug tho union of God gave them up to tho just consequen Church nnd State But I urgo that men ces of their own sins And so I fear wehavo Christian men should carry their personal forgotten or tiro fast forgetting the God of Christianity with them to tho poles to the our fathers It is tho glory of our country convention into ull their patriotic nets that it wns to bo a homo for tho oppressed Religion as nn element of politics or patriand persecuted of other lands especially otism can nqt bo left out without injury to thoso that wcro persecuted forrightcousuess tho State But on tho other hand politics xakc Our nativo country was founded up especially party opinions should never be on the prayers of those who cume seeking carried into reltiion religions liberty with tho Bible ns the great Let us look briefly at somo of tho causes guide Tho Pilgrim Fathers kneeled upon which havo brought ubout this narionaf tho shorn first of nil to thank God for this wo may bo better nblo homo where liberty reigned Andwhilonll demoralization that to intelligently meet und counteract tbeso arc permitted to worship God according to their own ideas or not to worship him at all influences First This is n fast ngo we live in An yet this litis been disliuctholy a Christian Men supposo that uge of great progress country Mans abilRighteousness Is conformity to Gods human naturo is progressive Tho old doctrine of total ity is exalted law springing from faith in tho gospel Paul calls It Obedioneo to tho faith It depravity has becomo obsolete or unpopular Rationalistic ideas havo tnkon a great Is absolutely impossible that n high standard hold upnp tho minds of oven many good of morali either individual or natlounl Other foreign and practically should bo maintained without tho doctrines pcoplo Atheistic doctrines havo pervaded the reof Christianity Tbisi needs no further So that men havo No ligious atmosphere proof than tho fucU of history reveal gotten to think that thoy can now do well heathen nation even tho most enlightened of them over attained to what could bo enough without the Biblo and tbo Subbath day Wo havo not tlino to study the one or called u high moral sentiment Tho groittcst statesmen havo always ac rest on tho other Prayer Is consldcud nn knowledged this truth In tho exclamation empty form good only to occupy children that is over repeuted withprido in connec nnd old women perhaps having soma Men do not havo tion with the name of Kentuckys greatest moral effect upon them I hnd rather bo right than any further uo for thoso doctrines that Btatcmun woro ouco hold in such sacred regard this prlnclplo is oxprcssed President Second Wealth is tho great god of tbo A distinguished man almort an infidel in Tho prospect of If I were mass of tho poople once innda tho remark belief tho greatest monarch of tho world I would accumulating riches rapidly has tempted euforca the religlou of the Uiblo by law und many to extravagant speculations and tho tbo sword so essential do I deem its princi danger of losing it still more quickly bus Bkisckisnkidge News ruei Cloveipoit tTXo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tempted them to immoral methods of holding it Tho demoralizing effects of such ncourso cannot bo calculok d Third Wo have fulled to profit by tho sad lessons of our civil war It Is tho greatest curso that can be sent upon a nation God sent It To somo great puposc Wo havo not profited by iho history of Gods dealings with other nations nnd now ho would scourgo us that wo may pauso and repenting of our Bins return to him Such a visitation of Gods wrath will make us either better or worse Which has been tho Let ovcry man answer result In this case for himself Fourth Political parties havo been nearly equal Tho one party trying to hold the ascendency or the other to regain it havo used all kinds of means both fnlr and foul Passion nnd prcjudico havo so controlled the masses nnd also n very large proportion of tho moro Intelligent and influential men that they will not hear hut ono side of tho question Men of all parties can sco no wrong in their own party whilo they can seo no right in tho opposition Public speakers do not hesitate to vilify their opponents und mnko statement after statement that they know to bo false and tho people know it nnd yet they aro reNotceived with tho greatest enthusiasm withstanding this there was and is enough religion to snvo tho country if it wcro not merged in party politics As Christians havo given theirinflnence to put honorupon incompetent und bud men u have they thus given to those men an influence still further to corrupt tho morals of tho country I know of nn instance in our State where two men wero candidates for tho legislature ono was known to all that country as a man of sterling integrity a man of eminent piety beloved by all who know him always ready to help nny in distress and continually called upon in such cases nnd besides all this possessing many qualifications for tho honorable position His opponent had no such reputation Moreover he was known local to bo in favor of the repeal of the option law then in forco in that district and which had brought untold blessings to tho pcoplo nnd yot I know men Christian men who not only knew nnd acknowledged the superiority of the former biit were in debted to him for much of their own suc cess and comfort whom ho had served in ways that no other mnn could or would have served them and had they voted for tho latter man simply because ho belonged to their political party When nuoh principles control the best men of our land is it surprising hot we arelo dny in such a end Young men sec that statesmanship state is no qualification fur distinguished pot- Â¬ ions and virtue n hindinnce Surely good men havo forgotten that when tho righteous nro in authority tho people rejoice but whon tho wicked bear rule tho pcoplo mourn Fifth One of tho most potent influences for injuring tho moiaU of the country is tho secular press Tho public sentiment of the nation is very much moulded by what is contained in the newspapers of the land A largo proportion of theso papers aro under the control of men who are prnc- tically infidel Theycare nothing for mor als and less for religion They nro ready to do any thing to advance their own bol fish cuds The lute Presidential campaign is clear evidence that they havo no regard Nor do they havo nny regard for the truth for tho Sabbath day which is not only a holy day but as n day of rest is necessary to the well being and continuance of the best interests of tho people The Sabbath edition of theso papers moreover is full of the demoralizing stories tho most wicked of the week and not only this bat special Sabbath papers aro published filled to overflowing with local news lo cal burlesques discussions of matters of local interests society gossip spicy paragraphs locnl politics sketches stories poems matters personal and general etc but not ono word in tho Interests of religion or tho cause of Him who gavo his lifo for tho salvation of mankind But space will rot permit my following I merely the subject to any greater length suggest theso thoughts which I trust may meet the approval of all who seek the truth and have the truo intercstsof our country Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DOIf T BE BLIND The Greatest Bargains ever Offered 11 GROCERIES THE LARGEST Dissolution Tho partnership horctoforo existing un der the firm narao of P N DHuy A tiro is this day dissolved by mutual consent Tho business B H DHuy withdrawing will bo cnrrlcd on an boforo by F N DHuy who will settlo nnd collect all bills for tho Cloverport Ky Nov 14th 1878 firm no20 2t Â¬ PRETTIEST And MOST OF THOMAS H SAWYER HES1DENT Attractive NEW 8T0QK CLOVERPORT PAINTER KY Â¬ Js Painting Graining Calci mining Varnishing Hazing ami Paper Hanging WINTER Attended to with promptness and dispatch Orders loft with V 11 White A It Fisher and promptly J 1 liabbago will boTHOMAS ottonded to II SAWYER no 20 3m READ THIS TWICE llVwilIfil LOTH PJPli iwUBsBiB ii Walth n i M mamm wwiaMasarvi u vaaiiNgRS Watches jlLj HUM n Chi fssm HOTIOl Ever Brought to Cloverport is Now Opening at Clocks Jonclry ito Kings 5pctnoIc As low ns the towotfr fl ari cash All persons receiving price listd fium nny liouso in louls Â¬ villo or eNcwbcro nro informed that wo will sell samo quality of goods nnd deduct 10 per cent Jive us a call and b off of nv dialogue convinced llepnlrs of Watches Clocks Jew- Â¬ elry Spectacles etc promptly attended to In a workmanlike manner Also the cheapest and best assortment of Violins Case Strings llaln and Fancy Paper Ink etc Respectfully FEAIZE GOODS MILLERS FN DHUY BR0 and Jewelers V tho Iractlunt Watchmakers We have a full line of every thing kept in a First class Store and eve- Â¬ rybody is invited to call and examine our Immense Stock of DRY CLOVERPORT tSraSg gpS DJIESS GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS nnd Our SHOES HATS and CAPS and GROCERIES are guaranteed as Low as the LOWEST for Prices First class good Goods Wo cordially invito YOU to visit our store knowing that wo will not fail to suit you in Quality jrTi l7f iT lO - STYLES and PRICES FEAIZE no2ft m MILLEE v LJ n EQRGZ EL0BIDA 2MXJXHcaS0UHAJgj 2 xnmxxxu tDUISIAHA Dissolution Tho partnership heretofore existing he of liourbon county ii a CutuIMate for Surca tween John V Bubbiuo nnd Courtney P Ixtemkm oir VvvLle Istcicction subject to llabtinRe under tho firm riamo of John C tho altion ot a Dcmoinuio Contention UabliaKo A Son is this day dissolved by C P Uabbago will par mutual consent ull tlio debts of tho firm nnd collect nil debts duo same And he v ill also con tinue to carry on tlio business at tbo old stand in Cloverport n family nmunaner cf nuro sound liAAttiftn If JNO C BABDAGE rending for olil und young and it contains a C P BABBAGE of all tho November 12th 1878 rellablo and comproheuiivc lummary important Nwi E AMHSNBERbOB THEYALLWANTIT ml lal r SOUTHEHH eesrthent ttibj New York Observer THU BKST FAMILY NKWSPAPKH uEO B EXALL Resident Agent at CloverporifJfjv THE HGKFOEB JOIVllTI septl8 4m Elder Moses B Lexington ICy Ks023 Publishes both tho religious and rctular news that 1 delred in nny fftinly whilo all that is J3 t It devotes four likely to do harm is shut out pages to religious nows and Tour to secular wo i QDikRYca win first published Tho Nkw tjsttK ml823i nnd it Is bcliovod tp bo tho only in- - a- kstan co of a Religious Newspaper continuing Us even course for hktv six vkB8 without a change of name doctrine intent purpose or a S pledge from tbo unto ot lis iiirin Mill KEHTER In A T Mitchell t North Mlddletown Ky IHi - Mess Lard Mitchell ICBNTUOKY - Special and Supervising B 1TOH S Or ej - - lt rr s Tho 57tli Volume will contain all the Important nows that can interest or instruct so that nny ono who reads It will be thoroughly poitod We do not run a benevolent Institution and Wo we do not ask for tho support of charity proposo to mako the J1E3T NEWFPAPUR thtt Is published and wo proposo to sell it ns cheap- Â¬ ly as it can be afforded Let thoso who want pure sound sensible reading subscrlbo for it aad let them Induce others to da tho same We are now publishing In tho Obskrtib tho Story of ft no 19 2m at heart But let mo nsk whero is our hopo in this Can we expect reform in tho high crisis positions of tho land It does notcorao In this way It begins among tho pcoplo It is to our young men nnd young women When wo look as tho hope of tho nntion less time is spent in dress and tho outward adornments of the body and moro is given to beautifying tho higher nature when less attention is given to teaching children how to glide gracefully over tho floor to tho sound of sweet music nnd to put on all thoso other arts that flatter and pleaso whilo they do not satisfy and moro is given to tho cultivation of tho graces of tho heart and the head when tho youth of tho land are taught that righteousness exalts men and nations nnd that this Is tho truo glory of manhood and womanhood then may wo indeed look for genuine nnd permanent reÂ¬ 1 ALLEN MURPHY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jOiVN Â¬ tiiie uAir different garments Rocks Blockings Mittens Leggins Wristlets Gloves cte It knits every 75 possiblo variety of plain or fancy stitch percent profit in manufacturing knit goods Farmers can trebblo tho value of their wool by converting it into knit goods ARentswanted in every Stato County City and Town to whom Tory low prices will bo made 1or full particulars and low price for the IIxst Fxuily MicniNt send to Birisford Knitting Knits all sizes of noik narrow and widens Knits over 60 it shnpes all sites complete Â¬ by Mrs Ciurlks author of Chronicles of tho Schonberg Cotta Family We will tsnd you We send no premiums the Kachine MFQ Co Now York Obaorver one year postpaid for 315 Any one tend- Â¬ ing with his own subscription thonamosof NEW subscribers shall have commission allowed in For particu Â¬ proportlonto the number sent lars sea terms In tho Ooierveh nor BRATTLEB0R0 13 Dm VT a SPRING WAGONS CARPENTER ZE3 DOORS Â¬ W Ju HLj Â¬ SAMPI i COPIES FREE Address and Dealer in jO 33 ZE3 9 form Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Demooratlo State Convention of the Kentucky Demo Â¬ cratic Central Committee and tho State Executive Committco hold in the city of Loulsvillo November 8 the following resolutions wero unanimously adopted llesoked That a convention of the Democratic party of Kentucky is called to meet on Thursday tho first day of May 1879 at 12 oolock intbo city of Louisville for tho purpoHO of nominating candi dates for Stato officers to bo voted for At the next August olectlon and performing such other duties as tho interest ot the Tho County Commitparty mny require tees nro urged to call their meetings of tho Democratic poplo of their several counties to appoint delegates to said convention and in order to insure n full attendance they nro requested to appoint ono delegate for every ono hundred voteJ and ono for every fraction over fifty votes cast for tho Tildon and HondricKs Electors nt tho Inst Picsdentlnl olectlon Jtesolved That thn Democratic papers in Kentucky bo roquosted tetpublisb the foregoing resolutions T L uuuKTT Chairman T L JtrrewtOH Secretary At u mooting Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wt Neiu m20 3t York Obsdrver 37 PARK ROW SASH BLINDS MOLDINGS ETC of the licst Quality nnd at PLANING Mia CURRENT PRICES JOinvOIlK DONE ON SHOUTNOTJOE substantia nnd durablonnd suitable for country Pully warranted tho best nnd cheapest roads Also llugglca and lload Wagons I guarantee Kitifiinlliin In all uf mv work I sell alllilndi of Farming Implements NEW YORK Ifala nannMllllv fill til A III llmMf flnf l tttS tnillt 1erBons wanting work or material In toy llne win aavo money uy giving ma a call oraa dressltig t THE WELLS TEA COMPANY OIOVICTIPQIIT ALLEN MUflPHYj - - ICY 1 CD 1 The Largeit Stock this side of Louisville DONT BE BLIND sealed packages ot ono pound rmch in canisters of tho same capacity nnd in 6 ununila 10 nnnnila nnd 20 Hounds boxos Supply Teas to Peddlers in half iuiu wr pound mil unu imunu uuita printed ot a moro liberal discount tlian is given uiscwliero Supply Teas for Club Orders and al low it larger commission than usual and in all cases ijunrnutco tbo quality of their goods The Wells Ta Co Is ono of tlio largest and most reliablu houses in the trade and ull parties requiring Teas fahould send for a circular Â¬ Importers of Puro China and Japan Tons Supply Teat to Storekeepers in original EVERY pacltaKCS at lowoat Import prices General Supply Teas to Vruynists Vtalvrs ana utherax packed In handaomo J L MILLER BLEMISH ON BEAUTY J L MILLERS Road anil Spring Wagons and Is quickly removed by Pit T FiLtx Ooimcfts Omental Cbku or Ungual Bmttifltr jTbe Oriental Cream Is not cheap elap tinp paint to bedaub skin with tedlculous hues and leave the complexion ruined It il a delight- Â¬ ful artlstlo lotion tbeusnaf which can not be which removes every blemish in Â¬ deteoted and iurjgles stantly THE WELLS TEA COMPANY 201 FultM Street NEW YORK p o hox am Mwet The Oriental Creaulbas for many years been to fashionable ladles In ljuropo and America 1U effects are Im Â¬ the Secret ol beauty mediate giving at onco a lovely lifcllko tint a totubrllllsnt and natural complexion of wondrous delicacy nnd datillng beauty jfSrKat to It that you get the gcnulneOuizN T Hi OitrAU bearing the ilguatura of 1hix tlotlKAVU the Inventor Look out for imitations psilly similar in numo Bold bv Druggists and Perfumers Address of tlie Proprietress Madame M II T Guvkaud 48 Bond St Now York aro of tho best material wot inlnl1 In style and I mako and sell them ibeaper tha ROi moiu iur in mis or any oiaer marKt jmve on hand a large assortment of llows tfcsU mil sill them at DOTTOM llUCKB rant them blade of tho bait mnlrUI an1 crJn good work A fair discount will bo give t jjpi up uiuiii qi a noten Jy HOB iaiiu lLOWS do better wink than any vtbtt tbk lut aj r wj Jr shoeing by tho finest boor In tbto qoansy nil kinds of repairing wagons and UtftilM market JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE on short hotleo nnd in tha best tnsnnor Be d painted noHSt 121 Wall Bt Wen K1 Ins piitm A - Iv t T w n iryivP w iminsn nju musi ij5S855iS A VALUABLE- - INVENTION mmi fPiMvanr w I tXPJn yfBJ BreoxeKridge News We will send the NEWS and DE- Â¬ TROIT FREE PRESS One Year STEPHENSP0RT Col Moseley has moved to town CsP iD m 3S 1 m P7 Read Messrs Fralzo it Millers doublo THE OLD STANDARD PERSONAL column adrcrtlsomcnt and when you come i VvOur thanks ore duo to Copt Win T to town go thero nnd cxamlno for yourselves jJt Jehmrton for lato papers They will treat you right Col A B MoKaugban and fnmlly havo armors Iidiar returned from a visit to relatives in HenJudtfo Joliii A Murray is holding court L Miller has tho thing for the FarmJ fr derson county ni jjnruuisuurg ers Ho will sell you the Rest Tobacco Payno k Payne aro buying pork and J Allen Hoyd of Owemboro Ky was Screw that Is mado for 12 CO and you can lllUifca in town irsi oaiuruuy prizo Your Own Tobacco Call nnd see selling goods low down Dont fall to give them a call whon you want bargains V3RaDr K T DemP8t0fi of fok of Rougli tbcra Samuel Parks shipped 6G head of hogs whs in town Thursday Look Here Do you want to mako and Anslom Moorman and nA MV Vat T UAnlt UIIW U Kllhll Vpnrl Gabo Mattingly AIMS U f JJ money fast If so send your address to 81 head last week Parks sold at 230 and u Ilardlniburg were In town Wednesday tho Homo Visitor Publishing Company 245 Dr It L Nowaom has purclinsed at Pittsburg Pa Wo want a good locat agent Pork is selling nt 3J and t cents llMirlprunn Kv fi 010 liuahola of corn for In every county In tho U 8 Wo Irish offer bet potatoes 50 cents Sweet potatoes CO cents fy- - this Market inducements to subscribers and agents ter Wheat 75 cents per bushel Cabhuge I Ky Mjuw Mnry Hunter of Stcpbensport than any other paper Tho Homo Visitor and 5 cents per head was In town Saturday the guest of Mrs P is a largo 66 column Independent Literary II S English nnd L T Roberts from I t i B w Family Paper No continued stories no N DHuy fl advertisements filled with tho choicest tho upper bottom wero In town last week Miss Ifattie llaiwcll of Hardinsburg also Jno T Wheoler tho efficient constable Ky Is Tisitiug Miss Leila Ilcnly at Mr reading suited to tho tastes of all classes young and old Our premium chromos of Union Star Nat Wilsons Hoop poles aro coming in rapidly Ono A wedding on Long Lick this week Di 24x30 inches In sizo aro the newest nnd Unit Dcmnstcr and Mrs Uettio Howard are finest subjects in the market You can fellow townsman R S Scaton Is buying mako mora money at this business these nnd receiving for Cory k Reynolds of Rome I the extracting parties times if you aro willing to work than nt Indiana Ho shipped 36000 last week to MrvG llcrkcnhctm and wife nee Miss -anything elso M Circular and terms to New Orleans on the Chas Morgan ChrlstikKA Iteidel of Cincinnati 0 aro agents free A difficulty occurred between Geo Gil- THE Locisvillr Commercial Is now olout visltlngMrs Chns Iteidel of this pluco upon Its tenth year It will odvo bert and Alex Bassett at tho residonco of cato In future na It lins In tho past the cardinMcssrsJlt It Pierce k Co havo already Wo will soml tho NEWS and the latter on tho 18th Nov in which Bas al Republican doctrines I equal rights under 4l CO purchased Kbout 100000 pounds of tobacco GODEYS LADYS BOOK OnoYoar t devotion sett was seriously hurt on tho head by a lick tho law to all men lionorallo to the union of discharge of alt tho States the Wc may expect a lively trade in a short for from a club Gilbert came to town and sur national obligations tho growth of frlndly timo rendered himself to Judgo Brashear who feelings among tho peoplo of all sections Fill your ico houses tho fast chance While staunchly adhering to tho Republican XL I Dr Blackburn candidate for Governor SL released him on bail until Bassett recovers fiarty It will aim to be fair and just In Its erlt Â¬ will address tho citizens of Hreckenridgo publlo men and measures notwithA spirit of enterprise has como over our HARDINSBURG from Its own party when de county at Hardinsburg tho third Monday citizens by working our streets and roads standing blame from Its opponents when thoy Criminal Court this week served or praise in this month E rY I ono milo out The Union Star road is In arn entitled to it Go to Witt it Co for chotco eating apples Tiik Daily Coumkrciai has tho full teleOur young friend R E Woods was in Sr excellent order and If tho overseers on the Press A full line of Drugs at Beard the oftce Saturday looking well Wo are Bcelcrs Hardinsburg road would do their duty wo graphic dispatches of tho Associated events and gives a eornpleterccord of current glad Ft o hear that he U getting on swim J A Witt Co is tho place to buy your might havo a good road leading thero and The Weekly Commercial is a largo nine paper mingiy goods beyond Then wo would get tho shipping columnedited to with few adrertlsemeuts espe Â¬ make It acceptable as a family cially Miss Ida Whites mocking bird died last from that part of tho county In tho pres- newspaper Tho terms given below show Tiik You can find Tom and Jerry in Dunks Commercial to be In both editions the S unday morning ent condition of tho road tho principal part Its death cast a melan vessels choly gloom over tho whole household It The largest Stock of Clothing in town at of It comes here for tho farmers nnd team- CHEAlEST PAPER IK TUB WEST sters arc not willing to pay for traveling was a sweet singer Co Witt over tho worst pike in tho State Miss Kato Babbauo has returned homo Miss Eddie Robinson of Big Spring Ky Jacques Rahbage can sell you any ktndtif a book from Louisville where slio has spent some has been isiting Mrs John Haswell DAII Y COMMERCIAL you want time visiting friends and having a nice timo 8 00 You can get any thing you want at Witt One year by mail postpaid generally Six months by mail postpaid 4 00 Squirrels aro hero in abundance k Cos No 22 Corner Maiu and Cross 2 25 Threo months by mail postpaid Mr Sam Sncad and son of Louisville streets 80 The corn gathering season has made its Ono month by mall postpaid vKy who have been In town for several WEEKLY COMMERCIAL F N DHuy will bo hero Christmas- - exit from this region days left on tho steamer James Quthrie 1 25 One copy one year postpaid week with a big lino of Christmas Jewelry This burg needs a patent stifTener it is Ten copies ono year postpaid Sunday morning 11 00 Rev Robert Turner of Clarksville Tenn 20 0 Twenty copies ono year postpaid run down at tho heel Messrs Vest k Smart have bought over spent a few days in town last week trying All subscriptions payable strictly In advance Miss Eliza West is visiting friends at Big 200000 hoop poles this season A great SiJi Bob Remit by postal order registered letter check to organizo a Female High School Springs and Elizabctbtown many of them were hauled fifteen and twen draft or express freo of oxpense to us Ad dress all communications and make drafts cost the Clovcrport peoplo 15 to see a It ty miles Miss Jennio Knye of Constantino will pavablo to fellow turn a somersault and then set stradto attend school at Vino Grove this wintor Mr John Holder of this place died of B THE COMMERCIAL COMPANY dle of n tight robo ten feet from tho ground consumption on tho 2Cth ult Ho leaves a Dr LcGrandc and family havo emigrated LOUISVILLE KY Dont forget tho placo at No 45 Main to Texas Ho will locato in Dallas wife and one child Wo havo no particu lars of his life or wc would publish an obit-- street Beard k Bcclcr They aro not be We saw Pclo Bennett buying some househind tho times iu prices hold furniture tho other day Things be juarjr Tho members of tho colored M E irin to look susnicinua Tntnr Tho Dastor of the Methodist church in JfMjClovcrport Is very thankful to those kind Church gavo a concert Thursday nnd Fri Mr Casey of Stcphcnburg has movcdM day nights of last week the proceeds to refvjicarts for their Thanksgiving offering sent into our town Ho will open a wood shop lievo them of a debt of 100 jl tojho parsonagq on tho 28th in connection with Mr Mattinglys black There aro several weddings to be around smith establishment Mr Ed A Toiisey of Chicago 111 is vis his brother Mr T C Touscy of this and about Cloverport soon says tho Editor Established When a fellow reaches tho top of a stair- Â¬ Mace vabi place where he will remain during tho win- Who when and do you think anybody will way and attempts to mako ono step higher 1822 cry about it account of ill health ter on the sonsation is us perplexing as if he had Purchasers of Rrowns linger aro warned Two women stopped on tho street tho kicked at a dog that Mrs K It Pierce of this place 1ms re wasnt there against piratical couuterfelts Intended to bo other day and stood in the snow unkle dccp cently gained an important suit In tho Court Mr Chintz Royalty n former resident of sold on the splendid reputation of this match Â¬ of Appeal which wo learn will be of con for five minutes to look nt tho style of a this icinity is now teachinga school at less article All real Browns linger Is pre pared by Frederick linuwv Pbiladolphfcf and bonnet another had on who had just passed BideTabv pecuniary benefit to her Colcsburg Hardin county We fear ho will tho label bearing his ntmo Is incorporated with them U Intermit Jiettnvt Stamp to Mr Hen Miller one of our best nud most bo captivated by somo of thoso HaVdfri his pririiie counterfeit which is felony Alex Miller is now with Wurach k Scholtz belles enterprising farmers contracted with Mr Browns Glnger for Travelers use Jas Rogers last week for tho building of a and one of the clorerest drummers on this Every man has a right in this frco couu Browns Glnger for Summer Complaints Ho curries a full lino of confectionlarge two story fiaine on his farm near route try to blow his nose but it should bo a penal browns uinger ior uramps ana uoiio eries and fancy goods and sells at remarka- Â¬ Hardinsburg offenso to imitato a saw mill explosion in Browns Glnger for Sea Sickness Nausea low prices Browns Glngcr Stlmulant no reaction Two of Clovcrports charming and highly bly doing so Wo need a nicer adjustment of Browns Ginger iaed by Army nnd Navy Witt k Co aro selling more goods than things in this world accomplished belles came- tripping like Crowns Glngcr usetl all over tho World any houso in town from the fact that they sylvan nymphs into the dingy palaco of While in Hardinsburg last week wo had Browns Ginger counteracts Impure W- Â¬ ater us veritable last week and adrcrtiso and ho people know just where the pleasure of meeting Mr Charles D Browns Ginger prevents Malarial Dis- Â¬ with their sweet smiles pleasant words to go to get what thoy want They mean Macoy of Prince of Wales Tho ease They receive goods weekly and cheery laughter and witching loveliness in Â¬ business which Browns GIngcr dellclous Summer Drink spired us with a nobler spirit of aspirations say whnt you please you cant get ahead of C D sent for has had tho Ginger excellent In Rheumatism Browns desired effect Their visit though short constitutes one of them Â¬ tho valuo of Browna It has been said that kissing babic3 may gerEverybody knowsnecessity and proventivoGinof as a household the greenest little oases beside tho life path Dick May has got four mules that aro result in making it cross eyed und causing disease Ho sure your druggist ghes you tho of the News printers considered elegant animals in somo paras described a deformity of tho nose Tho safest plan right kind Browns Olugor ticulars but when ho lets them looso in above is not to kiss a baby of tho feminine per- Â¬ We will send tho Nkws from now until FREDERICK BROWN that lot of his and thoy get to throwing mud suasion until it attains tho age of sixteen tho 1st of January 1880 for 1C0 Philadelphia up against the church windows with their years Tho cartilago of tho noso is much no71St hind legs and trying to kick tho gablo end Our associate editor Hon D IOfurray stronger then besides the kissing tastes has been suddenly and unexpectedly called off of his stable then they need a cussing bettor weve been told Hock II Dc We saw a fellow standing opposite Beard u to New Orleans to the large Railroad and Ladies wishing Late Styles can get them Tobacco Commercial convention which is to meet at k Beelera storo tho other day looking as Sinco my last report tho market has re Â¬ at Mrs Hondncksons over Bowmcr it that place Ho will deliver the reply of the though he would liko to go in and buy committee to the Mayors address of wel- something when Beard signaled to him to ceived somo attention Several loads and Hnipblctons Store also Dresses cut and Wu have howevor an ablo pro tern come in nolO 2t come He looked at tho Duck Pond crops have been sold at prices ranging from mado on Short Notice and said bring over tho ferry boat and 00 cents to 100 per 100 theso figures emin his place Beard went behind the counter and wept bracing the extreme qualtities Tho trade Any candidate wishing their announce- The Duck Pond was knee deep will likely bo from hand to mouth for some - - ment in the News can have it inserted fiom timo to como ns no ono seems anxiouR to Tho undersigned has leased tho above now until the election for 500 cash in adMcDANIELS carry more stock until thero is a show to named Hotel ono block West of Iron No announcement inserted unless vance relieve tho overburdened market of tho Bridge which is nowly painted plastered Phew accompanied by the cash world Prices scorn low but what is going and rooms papered and is prepared to ac- Â¬ Rain to be done about it Mud Farmers said last commodate Quests with As this la Thanksgiving week somo of Cold year thoy could not afford to raiso it but if pur important local and business items tno weather had been propitious n very and GOOD ROOMS alo LIVEHY and Kill hogs have given placo for tho Thanksgiving serlargo crop would havo been the result Our Sell tobacco vices only hopo Is to raise less and handlo moro Pay taxes in connection with the HOTEL Charges Ifcvs J U Worrall and J 11 McDonald carefully thus driving out substitutes And Toko tho Nkws and bohappy HOTEL In have been holding religious services at thn It Is exceedingly dull hero No news of now let tho farmers assort well tio neatly Lowor than Any Othor Presbyterian church for the last two weeks any importance and exposo to tho atmosphere to improve Three have joined tho church on Monday Farmers are not dono gathering corn yet color Tho nppearunco of every article night wght or ten Came forward for the determines very much its valuo MARTHA N RHOADS Proprietor prayers of tho church The services havo and somo have just finished sowing wheat P V Dpncak 0 T RHOADS Manager We have just had a fine rain that started Uieen refy interesting Indeed Mr Worrnll This 20th November 1870 nolOtf is a vry qkxfuont young minister and has our mills and we havo biscuit again STILL THE FARMERS Wo havo not heard of any hogs being but few yals his address and manner Havo a chanco to go back to their old friend in th SI1 circle aro very agreeable and killed and no sales on foot Prices aro too J L MILLElt and havo their Blacksmith will MfcltA klna a fiiirtneoafijl nilntarAr nf llii low We havo quito a riumher In tho Forks Ing done Ho has rebuilt his shop and Is Gospel We publish Ids sermon preached to sell five hogs and well fattened now ready to do anything in his line Ho on Thanksgiving Day at the Methodist Mrs Minute Sharman and Miss Laura will kcop on hand all kinds of Wagons aid AND church whish cannot full to Interest you Guthrio aro visiting our town tho guests of will not be undersold by nnybody Ho has Dr Catlin and lady They seem to be en- a sufficient number of Blacksmiths and Criminal Court joying their visit nnd wo all enjoy their Wagon mnkera to do anything on Short Orderderi left at Fishers Drug Store or with Criminal Court convened at Hardinsburg presence they being full of fun and life Notice his trndo may demand Ho keeps j u uaubag will receiro prompt uttontion last Monday with hit Hon Judgo Murno It tf u n JOltDAN May their shadows nover grow less the Best Assortment of Plows of any shop Tho day was taken up with iny presiding Tho Tobacco Ball has not oponcd yet In the country nnd will soil them at Fac li ipHnellng tho juries and making ready for Ho is ready to mako Buggies th regular business of the term which Is Wo hear of no offers to cither buy or sell tory Prices Tobacco has seen its best day Farmers and Spring Wagons at Bottom Prices largc than uMlal The Judges chargo to the Qaml Jury was lonjflhy pointed and aro coming to their senses at last and beLast Saturday Wall street was crowded kllveied in a plain forclblumanner Tho gin to turn their attention to something with peoplo nnd wagons from tho country PROPRIETORS of tho moro profitable and lasting The old plan Circuit Clerk Mr Elijah Rourd reported loaded with corn hay pork and tobacco 29 Chancery suits nnd 19 Common Law of plant and mortgago has ruined this counand our merchants did a good business mtjts Comity Clerk Mr G P Jolly re- - try Dend hogs being moro activo at thls Hcason ALL THE Jasper Fentross our wagoner has bought thun any timo during the UH Dfeds Mortgages and Powors yorl year mado a rush and Southern United South America ofAttowy four County Sealstwo Tuycrn tho J D Frank houso and lot and moved On Messrs Downier it Hambleton who piled States LiMtMMt and ono Coflec Houso License Into tho town No keeps two teams ready LATE up tho bones of 80 received during tio day Owing to their warm and delichtful cliH Mewing are tho names of tho present to do hauling on hurt notice This firm has packed during tho week 125 mates their Inhabitants grow sallow from OmmI JurymenOur quarterly mcutimg was a grojid fail- Mr Jacob Bishops rccolpts aro 100 and torpid Livers Indigestion and nil diseases Aro making a High Qrodo of FAMILY itriaun from a disordered Stomach and How P Owen foreman Smith E Wag- - ure and did not protract at all There was Messrs Vest k Smart about 26 Prico 31 FLOUR and aro4 Ready and Prompt in els Thev should of courso at nil times itMMr Mk Madnf L T Kecaan Jas a goodattndRCQ on Sunday but there wsxi Cents not for tho best hogs keep tho live r notite and to ourrcadcrs wo supplying the Trade1 Mmmmw Geo Hook Hilary MeGwy AK no warmth or reUglcus feeling manifested Vortalino or J would recommend Tahlcrs GUARANTEED SATISFACTION Jltfcwfa St John W IIwad Jacob Black to cncc HMjt Wre Godbey to protract the Wo need twp stroet lumps badly VoKotablq Liver Iowdcr Ono Takon In time L A NIBLACK CO Ptytoft McCey KtUw iwetiBg will often savq money ana mucu suiiering Wak up thou that slopeth on Bowmer k Hambletons corner and one For iafo by Price 50cents Mmim Jd T lh inu Mam M Hayim Uw tjvll I having bjMgvm revivals all over on Yet k Smart Marshal Taylor speak nuuRruni x ARFISnER nolTSm liH4r O A itfbttw tke to ear town paps about this Cloterport Ky pt4 ly Â¬ r BBBg DMOXM111fflR I 1878 for 250 137 1826 NOV READY ESTADHSHED Mrs Tlnkturo of Topeka Kansas is on a visit to her brothor B 8 Benefit The Crawford Bros arn preparing to re cover their tobacco factory IN 1820 IBT 1826 GROCERIES tiAfliffl gBJ r Weslcraiif tll Â¬ O H WILSON Â¬ Price Ten Cents ZDaruLg1 in A R JFISHERS 1 - ivor Storo Â¬ as wy a U g w O W In VVOrkmnnsllIn la oriunl tn n Chrnnnmnfnr XMnnh nnl ns ologantly flnlshotl ao a first class Piano It rocolvo tho highest awardo at tho Vienna and Contonnlal Expo- Â¬ IT SEWS OHE FOURTM PASTER than other sitions machines Its capacity lo unlimited Thoro aro mora WILSON MACHINES sold in tho United States than tho combined salos of all tho othorswTho WILSON MENDING ATTACHMENT frit rlnlnrv nit I Jl irlo nf rnnnl r1r WITHOUT PATCHING given FREE with each machine ACENT8 WWBB Emm OtPBfflffBIVBfa THE WbRLD RKOWNED m MINE Sinmfl uua asm mwmKLafiftt York Now Orleans faflSfTnHHBBoJP iwiumjs ti mm -- wmmm W s and San Francisco Gal Leading Republican Paper in the South l Is m H AH Â¬ i B g qJOIIJJUjI Lemons Oranges Cocoanuts Mince Meat Apple Butter Fresh Oysters I 7 Â¬ Â¬ i 300 g Q t Â¬ Cracked Wheat French Mustard Honiny and Grits Â¬ Fi JOHN D BABBAGE Y V I I r Â¬ Â¬ IXXUlF FL Successor to DEALER IN hudsonville Tl TELS HOLLOW VARE ETC AND MANlFACTUREK OF Â¬ ic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JwnVlmqtcilaaclc Jfttowii m 33 Â¬ manship to receive a liberallsharclof the patronage Respectfully Sept 25 6m TIN COPPEH ANDSHEET IRON WAHE ROOFING GUTTERING and REPAIRINC of allkinds promptly attended to I hope hy fair dealing low prices and good ivork Â¬ filing Â¬ PHILIP EIAL to supply the Rapid Demand Nothing Succeods Liko Succoss REDUCED to Tho Forraor High Priced Machines Â¬ ESTAn Agent Wanted In this Localllty Â¬ Â¬ DOUftBS Tlioroutrhlv warranted and sent to you for Examination Beforo You Pay For it - Imps-of-In- m VH And no obligation to keep one if not detteii than any rnnchlna you erer had Y PJMIL Y CAN NO If 0 WNl FMST- - CLASS SE WING MA CHINE The Old k Favorite andRellable STANDARD b o OS Â¬ 4 8 CJ fc Ve Can A ACKNOWLEDGES NO SUPERIOR I Not Mako a Better Machine at Any Price d THE HIOIIEST PREMIUM AWARDED THE STITCH AT THE CENTENNIAL fcfl LATEST STYLES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FISHER HOUSE OLOVionponT icy Â¬ Sqijaie vdZea Â¬ ls Strictly Tirst Clnsi Shuttlo DouMo Thread Look Stitch Machine moro complete in equipments than any otnor ana comoiniuc ail tne lata tin- provements with tho old and well tried qualities for which the S STANDARD IS SO POPULAR A Faithful Family Sowlnc Maclilno In every sense of tho word that runs smooth and does every description of plain and fancy sewlug with oaso and certainly so strong and well made nnd so thoroughly tested while In uso for jonrs In Thousands of Families that each Ma chlno that loavcsour Factory Is warranted for 10 years und kept in Order frco of charge Reduced in Price Fir Dowx IIklow all Money refunded nt once If not perfectly Satisfactory mini Machines No Extras to pny for Each Maclilno Is neoompanled by a moro Comptett of numerous and useful attachments for nil kinds of work free of any extm chargethan Outfit The Standard Miuhine has moro good qualities is givon with any other Maohiuo at any price than those of doublo the lrlco Light ind Easy Runmno a child can use It Staoxri and llatUt awl Certain in ExrMion Ao uttltn Cnyt or Cam to wear Durable nover out of order WiM Itutjor atari Ji rtndy in moment ami umhrttood in an lour Makti out or nnke a iVoi tho Doublo Thread Look Stitch ullko on both sides of tho goods from ramliria to leather Uses a With Nt Short Straight and Strong Kcedlo Extra Long Large easily threaded Shuttlo Automatic Tisvbion Largo Dobbins capable of holding one bunarod yards of thread A Large Strong Mueblue with groat width of arm giving It ninny desired qualities und great capacity Ute it for a widu rango uf work It it the lint jniAuie m Irinnjile ami in Jiint iif timitruction once nnd you leill me no other Acthe Agents wantod in this County to recclvo orders and deliver Machine Extra Inducements offcrod Clergymen Toacbcri Dullness Men Ac Illustrated e tree Safodcltviry of goods guaranteed to any part Rook samples of work with price list world Address STANDARD SEWING MACHINE CO I1ROADWAY and CLINTON of tho JCew York septa ly PLACE ZEeed StafolQ LOUISVILLE Mr HENRY Dear Sir A JOCKEY CLUB GEOUNDS AUGUST 15 1078 CLOVERPORT MAOILLi G W JORDAN f Painter Jrainer Â¬ paper hanger of Fever and Aguo or Chills nnd Fever Quinine Ma was proscribed In large doses by lay physician but failed to cure ma or be of any benefit I procured ono bottle and by the Gills Chill Cure Tonlo and Appetiser was rovomtnendod timo I bad used a few doses tho disease was broken nnd I nm now completely rostored to health A member of my family was soon afterward taken ill with the stun disease and was quickly cured with a few doses from tho samo bottle Gus Lancaster a jockey was cured by a few doses from tho SAME bottle and the fourth person stek with the sumo disease Is now using I regnrd It the most vnlunblo medlclno I ever somt of the modiciua remaining In same bottle nsed a splendid tonlo and puivetful appetiser It did not cause any nuiso or butting In my head as was the case with tho qulntuo I used I nover beforo usod a medicine wbleh had such a splendid effect and I willingly and cheerfully give It my Indorsement ELI JORDAN Trainer for J W Hunt Reynolds Esq Sold by all retail druggists and medicine dealers Wholesale by Arthur Price 1 per bottle Co J B Wilder V Co Alford Nowbouso A Co Louisville Ky Peter Co R A Robinson 11 A MAGILL Proprietor Louisville Ky nnd the trade generally Uec577 ly I had a very severo attaak For Sale by A R FISHER Druggist Cloverport J W HAYNKS fi T IIAYNE8 Â¬ Â¬ LANIBLACKC0 mi Â¬ BOCEFOBT MILLS si liPi w Biimri Ttliamy Hs MARBLE WORKS J AV rnoiiiicTORS Avii ihaikuh iv HAYNES CO p - wmm w r TMUI Â¬ M ill MM And Manufacturers of Â¬ JT MONUMENTS TOMBSTONES ETC most iSfIvcrv doaoripllon of Jfarblq Work executed promptly In thoow workroanliko r nw nnu iwautmu iitmiB j iticcs nu m stylo nnd stttlnmctlon UuommePUi dealing I3IH MW 1 VI UAII 53 YAlU OllllliJ lllJl II lexit-uiolt- 5 July at ly MtHQtr ftt litl - OloTrexport nni ivnnnnnii - V u ikif- TVV f7 mt Why will men smoke common Qokiiv tobacco when the can buy Marburg llro Sen In JVuWA Carolina nt the fmmo price 7 jonllO ly a v BltEClCENRIDaE NEWS Congress convened liwt Monday THE Scientific American THE MOST POPULAR SCIENTIFIC IN TUB Only WORLD PAPER Established 1839 SADDLES BRIDLES and HARNESS CIOVEEPORT - J D BABBAGE Ayers Cherry Pectoral Tor It tliounlil tlmt Governor Wade Hiyni tun will en to ilio Unitol Stain Sonotu from South Ciiroliiin lJfO Continues to hold the A negro nnniuil Jerry Dick murdered of Clovorport Kontucky anoilieK negro named Jolin Thomas nl Cjrnthintnv ntul is at large AltK FIIlST CIiASS IN KVKUY WAY Custom grinding every Thursday Friday Lookmtt uojw n young lady in Utlca and Saturday IttokoolTliureiiKaneiiiont with n young man Flour and Meal kept constantly on hand because lie used tuliacco for sale A firo at Fayette Ohio destroyed on tho 17th n drug store and six other buildings OELZE REIDEL Iatronago solicited Iom 110000 partially insured July 2t ly Tho Iln clccn Chronicle mentions n hog tlnt wSiKhcd 915 pounds Claims that even by tho mass of intelligent the nscc county as its birth plnco linpcrccivcd Emphatically is this have use THE STAR EV3ILLS leading Position in the I1mm of Hm 320 a Weekly Yonr Including Poslago 52 Numbers a year 4000 bock pages CASHpaidfor WHEAT A ttnninti was found dead in n slcifT n n nn ago of great excitcmout liko Columbus ly on tho 18th Shu appeared nt Men may bo everywhere talk noral reform when corruption is to have died of wont and exposure ing tho foundations of society ttnrren Tnto 8 hot Wm Lotc dead n the Iby proposo to remedy certain plain courthouse in Iiidmnano s on the lOlli T do not sec that tho principles at Iote was a witness in court against Tute in are wrong nnd that theso being Peter Collins n railroad hand was found tho gtcutcr wrongs will right them- dead on the truck at Henderson on the Every nation 20th His body was literally torn to pieces ineut divine sojs I internal discord probably posses by the passing truing lircc stages Joseph Ward stabbed nnd dangerously Ihe Patriotic When engaged in wounded his father-in-laHenry Smith fmimlations of its government near Fulton Ky one day last week Ward wns arrested but made his escape The Cumberland Courier says nn oil spring bursted out in tho bottom of Crocus creek which cotcred the surfaco for many miles with oil iti ROAD WAGONS side of tTIFIO AMHIUCAN Mrssas Mm X Co American nnd lorelgn Patents c0 can see t re hntohnd 34 years oxpcrlenco nnd now have they cat the laigrr t establishment In the world Pnl- Public SI cnta mo obtained on the best tuims A special nonce is mncie in me i lucroPl CAN of nil InventionsDiun irio muiui putentcd through this stntcraer Agemy with the nnmo nnd residence of the tho pcop Patentee liy the immense circulation thus fjven public attention is directed to the merits ccived w of I lie new patent nnd pates or Introduction ofwithstan ten easily eluded Any person who hns tnado a new discovery religion can nsccrtaln free of charge or Invention whether n patent can probably be obtained by We also send free writing to tho umUrelgned our llund Hook nbout tho Patent Laws Patents Canals Trndc Marks their costs nnd bow procured with bints for procuring ndtan AUdicss tor the Paper or res on Inventions concerning Patents MUNN C0 37 Park now Â¬ Â¬ St PATENTS American In a largo First Class Weekly Newspaper of Hlitcen Paces prlntcil In the Mint beautiful stylo prnfuttly npirmlul rngrarinyt representing illitttrottd the newest Inventions and tlio most recent Ad vances In ttio Arts ami Science Including New Horti- Â¬ and Interesting Facts In Agriculture culture tlio Home Health Medical Projjrots Poclnl Science Natural History Oeology As- Â¬ Tho most Tlunll rnctlcftl papers tronomy by eminent writers in nil departments of Hccnl 111 be found In I lie Fclentlflo American cc Term 120 per yesr 110 liulf year which lllaAn I Ainnti fitn IhL I foul i I Ke cpUi ten cents Fold by nil Newsdealers trolled tl HciiiH by postal order to MlJNN A CO Pub Ushers itT Park How New lurk Tub rriKNTirio NOTION and Throat aad Xhhh buoIi as Oouchs Ooleit Whooping Cough ASlfUM - - KENTUCKY VARIETY TBADE OF CLOVERPORT wIscS Tho rciuitntton it1m attained In conseqtioin e ilia timrtclliiiisruicatl hat produced itmtiig the lattlull century It n nifflclcnt nxuranco o live pulillu that It u ill continue to rcnllio tlio hoiipktt In nlmojt ovcry icsull Hint tnn bo desired cUloii nr couutiy thcio nro pcrion pulillcly mm idwmm Bronchitis nnd Conaumptioa HIS STOCK OP NOTIONS IT All u hoti3o trlctlljnftkiiOH lodpo lUetipo lorlty nud hero Its vliluc aio known nn ono hesitates ui to hat nicilltlno to employ to relict o the dlt treat nml tuOVilns iiccutlarto pnlnioiiarj1 iMc tinni CliKniiv 1mt1ri nlrtnya affordif fa tnnt relief nnd perlomis rapid rureeeT the mllilcr v ai Icllcs iiflirnnrhlat disorder on wefl its ilio iiimo formidable illcnc of Ihc iihiji beect Ilio Throat nrld Olittt of Ik Clillitlniol It U Intnlnnljlc Tor lij ltstiuclyue r multitude aio icscucil nml icntoicd ttf lienllli This incillclnc Kalnt fiiends at every tilal as ihccinc it U roiistinlly prniltictni wo tiKi io in kiililc In bo furfriltcn o rnmllylliiuld it titliiMii ii nml Uhhu tilm liato mictijoil It Ii knoiilioliaicljcciiictorcdfomhluimlipgainl ocii ilcpcratc illicatcs of tho lnngs by Ita ueo h iiipdloirnlil iitifcpijird tuclillilicnnniM Hiililrcfi CONFECTIONS Keeps constantly on hand a large Stock of Ev- Â¬ Awarded tho Highest Medal at Vienna and See Western Farmers Geo W Hintzinger president pngc 15 nnd Philadelphia of the Philadelphia Coal Company was accused ol using 10000 of tho companys money E H T ANTHONY COMPANY lie failed to git o bail nnd went to juil For snle nt SOI York bCptlHIlm A carriage in which Thoi Kennnr wife Munufii lurn Importers nnd dealers In and Lizzie Cnllahnm were riding was thrown into a deep ditch of water in Woon Velvet frames Albums Graphoscopes socket It 1 nnd nil three drowned on the 17th instant An old nnd experiened incrtlinnt calls nil of thoso persons who buy goods of him and poys the cash his customers and those of us who jiuy on tick he calls his cuses The Yeoman has found a man in Toy lorsvillc who has lived in that place for fifty years and was never at a Sunday school nor prayer mecfflig The best and cheapest cter sold In Jlrccken ridge county Mnde iroru the best material and Ilrnnch Offlco Cor I by the best workmen livery Wagon fully i guaranteed spring Wagons nnd llugglcs of riuivus styles nnd wnrrnntcd tho best nnd Call nud examine them at chcapost New York X Saddlery and Harness Line Which will be sold at the lowest cash prices erything in the Fancy Groceries AND letLrttill KmliiHiit Tt a Tth ts Washington nolOtf Pliytlrlnnt Ihronphoiit the cSuntfy ircrrlicitnni1 lirinin nllcji rcionuneudJi ron tlulr LiioaIciLa nf It cnvrt J L MILLERS The Giant Perk Maker Almanac for 1878 nov C mrrtnrn nv r J G AYER tf C P- - BMBME- CO rq Lowe vi Ii Mass OI Ir tJV ijrat unit I I Ilff AmmIvIIchI Oln mlu WIUUB OTLATO EICE Fresh Groceries Confections ITovelties FISHERS Clovorport Ky R BSrcr J5QreIriIBJCSrJESrfiSrGO tobabbaqeS Gents Furnishing Goods Toys Notions for NEWSPAPERS A R FISHER Agent Clovorport Ky PERIODICALS Broadway New Stationery Literature SchooMiooks Wall paper Etc A I IMPL1FIED CHROMOS i5ffliriniffliajHrii s5a Sa AND aUPERIORITY MAINTAINE Stereoscpcs Photographic Views BURMAMS JSa IttmpNct free i O twenty lhree shots fired Mnrshul Young while trying to quell tho riot was mortally wounded A young man by the name of Thompson while attending to his business in n lrj Roods store wns shot through tho window nnd lulled Cmiricr Journal f A very disgusting riot took place in Jit Sterling Nov I8th in which there were Improvements September 16781 venrd for the demand ot thts sasi saiTjsdvgJ vmm Engravings Chromos Photographs And klnJrcd goods Actresses etc WARRANTED BEST AND CHEAPEST Prices reduced 31LLIM Materials Works Chrixtiaua imBijtT r Lancaster Co We nro Headquarters for everything In the wny of Office 23 S nov 6 ly lkaier St York Pa Pa iiPl Ha A womnn joined the Murphysnt one of their meetings in Xow York in n state ol llcautiful Jhotogmnhic Transnnrcncios intoxiention then nsked Mr Murphy for Statuary nnd Kngravlngs for tho window nweodropof the critter nitli peppermint Stereopticons and Magic Lanterns Ech stylo being tho lest In the market of LJll H r4 rTT rrocreaslve ago we now offer to tlia VrorU TTavlnff OLD FP1 IL tAKS Picture Frames vim SIVEI1L WALL PAPER AND W K BARNES ATTOXjYE Y A T L A W 99 lia ll vitt Hf ILarctr cf rsv inaclino ia to inartc- t- a ftct tuprcilcd 17 iv Lott cf volunteer witnesses vo Important Improvements Kcwaltttaiu f o CTCrfc 1m long been nnCVnlln trf ciapllcjt n 70ccSrftl reduction n f13 TRUE Teoplo oro eottlne acqualuteil ami tlio ilicl ro not ought to be with the wondorfut nwrlt that creat Amcrlcnil tlanmlx lha WINDOW SHADES rre without Equal in Variety nud always Compriso tho LEADING and Convex Olass PicAll lluslnoss will receh e Prompt Attention No wonder the Vnnderbilts aro nil rich tures just look how they economize Wm Vnn OFlICE UP STAIHS IN COUKT HOUSE derbilt bough a little innre Maud from Catalogues of Lanterns and Slides with Col Stone of Cincinnati at tho insignifi directions for using sent on roccipt of ton IIARDINSBURG KENTUCKY cant price of 20000 cents Â¬ itit Convex lluss Manufacture s of Velvet Frames for Mlninturos v5fir ISSii -- lili it hrlTi frfays c - Sead for nlraed CrcuUr Dont Luy until you havo ooen tlio cl Tr 1JO TorKila VnanoncffiUHraM Qualities I y Jlercliaata tud others Liberal Terms to tho Trado -- C Com- nttoclhcr a Hart tf MEXICAN NOYELTIJES OF THE lightest running machine in VICTOR COMPANY CUICAQO I IX Mustang Liniment FOR MAN AND BEAST ca whero Knturo Discovered and used in pnetice fifty years ago Mr James II McKinney proprietor of a ly Dr II I Fellers of Pittsfmrg The most ellicacimis remeih for Cotfnhs Colds hotel near Union depot nt Sherman Texas Hoarseness Influenza Consumption whoop walked into his wifes room the other day Inn Couflh lived 1oxithe in its nnd shot her dead while she wns sitting in cure pleasant to take nnd deservedly popular lrico 25 cH SO cts and 1 ncr bottle It K u rocking chair reading Sellers X Co pmprs Pittsluiph Pn Sold by W It WHITE Agent druggists Some enterprising young men in nnd allscpt t ly Cloverport Ky around anesille O huo been digging up the dead nnd the Crnnd Jury is digging them up They ai c said to be worse scared One weighs ounces brlicve bcales of our oArhnnges kujs this earth just exactly 1883000000 tons C and 20 pennj weights but wo ennt it until we cc it on Ncwsoms no20 12t HAR9HSBURG CLOVERPORT EKPHESS tno World JIIUDIETOrrr COMX tho Evor Reliable MACHINE nud VICTOR SEWJWG anil Xu Sellers Imperial Cough SMITH BEARD Syrup Proprietors SOI tVabasU Avunne SEASON- Thlllnlmont verrnaturnllrorlelnntcl la AmeriÂ¬ prorldct In her laboratory tuch c eer Hardlnsburg for Cloverport on Monday nnd Fridiy of each week j lcai es Cloierport for Hardinsburg ocry Tuesday Wednesday nnd Saturday Connects nt Clovorport with the Ioulsvillo and Henderson mall lino steamers Persons dctiringconvejancocan es Ien which arc offered nt remarkably Wednesday Â¬ bo accommodated Kznress business nromntlv jL attended to Hound A Suiru JIl STEAM Composition Hooks Exercise Booke Sfoniorandum Hooks and blank Boks nt J D BABUAGES EIST AHD PL0TOI1TG DEM MODERATE PEICES than their victims MILLER HOVIOUS Livery and Sals Stable Mrs John liwng on Shaker prai rie fourteen miles north of Vincenncs Second Street lUticeen Main ami Ihelliver tripped nnd fell while calling her husband be first Class to supper Saturday ecuiug nnd was dead Horsis boardedIherv to Day had nt this Stnblo by the or MVk nt reiwim when he reached her abluraUsu HOVIOUS Â¬ loe I O CJ L DbvdC STEPHENSPORT llllltlt GOLD PERSSm Sole Agent A negro boy who was shot while climb ing oat of n Southern hen ropst emigrated IX Call on J D BABBAGE if jou want h to Vermont and came near being elected niqo Scarf or Tic soinolbiiiir that will tako to Congress as a buttle scarrcd veteran your girls eye Virgil Jefferson of color robbed the FOR house of Almon Dawson in Trigg county AVlien used for Hlieumntism Soie Throat AIKIN LAMBERT A COS of U708Ct firso to the house which wns Lnnio Back Ncuralniii Sinnins Hrniscs consummed and then fled Ho was ntcr Cuts Contrnetfil Muscles StifT Joints wards fastened on in Paduiah Corni nud Burns on human beings nnd Spavin ltin Bone Gulls utH Scrntehos PEN and PENCIL CASES PENCILS TOOTH Col Valtou Iwight of llinghninpton etc on miininlft Cousscns Lichlnin LiniNow York succeeded in getting his life ment js tiiiemiaicil nnd its effect simply As its nnmo suebls it is quick insured for JOlnOO and then died The elcctricnl Specialties in Novelties in Celluloid insurance companies will inidertuko to to relieve nml thousands hear witness to its Ivory and Nickel Kjjj Charm Pencils nstoundini virtues lriee 50 cents For provo that Col Dwlght died on purpose to snip ly A It FISH Kit Cloerporl You are rrpectrully Invited to examlno Kv get the money M TAVIOlt Hardinshuij liy stock nnd Dr scpt4 ly JOHN D BAIIOAGE A Chicago jouth left a Cincinnati joung girl to whom lio wus engaged to be married liccauso ho found out she wus poor The girl turned round mid inherited 000000 nnd now she wont spenk to him No has WITH suffered a great Miss fortune Ex For Indinim ami For Kentucky FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS S X1 O Kivcrwny WEDNJCSDAYS LS 77liea-t-Stephensport His Display is KENTUCKY P wm 72 S- - h h HOFUSE AND und THU11SDAYS nud tho ASSORTMENT is so GKEAT as fiSTAll crista received nnd delivered nt wharf FKEE TEW Good stnblini for customers wishing to remain over night urprltlng antidotes for the maladies of her chit drcn Its farno has been spreading for S3 yean unlit now it encircle tho hahltnblo clobe Tho llcxlcnn JIutans Ilimentl3amtchlei remedy forallcxtcrnat ailments ot man and beait To stock owners and farmers it It lnvaluaM A tingle bottlo often tares a human life or re tores the usefulness of nn excellent hortr ox row or sheep It euros foot rot hoof all hollow horn zrub screw worm ehouldcrrot mango tho bites and stings of poisonous reptiles nml Insects and orery each drawback to ttock brcedlns and hush life It cures ovcry external tronblo of hones such at laincncs tcratchr ewlnny sprains founder lnd gall ring bone etc etc The Mexican Intang Liniment Is tho quickest cure In tho world for Occidents occurring In the family In the absence of a physician such at burns tcalds tpralns cuts ite and for rheums tiim and stiffness engendered by oxpoturv Tar tlcularly valuahlo to Miners It Is tho cheapest remedy til the world for It penetrates tho muscle to the bone nnd A single application Is generally sufficient to cure Mexican Mustang Liniment It put up tit three sites ot bottles the larger ones lelng proportion ately much tht cheapest Bold every whre x 0J CLOVERPORT GOLD FlourMealEtcfor sale at lowest market prices to MEET ALIj IDEAS of Csisln IFadd for Flouring Mill Manufacturing E Co which will not fnil to PENS no 16 tf P M0SELEY Miller ri ores isxo THE BEST WAG ON PLEASE THE MOST 1 ox HENRY KEMPER WIUMH II IMrollTKRH FISH Bros RAGHftgE inriET IS MANUFACTURED RY FASTIDIOUS BEMTf s BBBBBftHBOsflHUlilatVBjftBVBE t Co i J by employing nono but tlia Hev It K White u jtiung minister who hadjust married and with his wife wnH riding in n buggy enrouto for an nssooiotion in South Cnrolinn win shot through the head nnd instantly killed by a negro who mistook him fur a Democratic politician LOUISVILLE ssesSSSaa LIE HENDERSON PACKET M k IS ANII UEAIKR1 it WISCONSIN A Visit to this PanHcngcr Mail and Express Bonis horning Star and Jas Guthrie PAINTS OILS UUUSHES For alt nay landings between Louisville and Henderson tlio elegant and fleet steamers Grey Eagle GLASS DltUGGiSTO GIASSWAHE NAVAL STOltES GLUES LAMPS AND LANTERNS VAItNISHES We Make Every Variety of EMPORIUM WILL FARM FREIGHT and SPRING WAGONS And by confining ournehes strictly to one clan of wolk A clever thief entered tho residence of Mr H C fJoosu on Irny street iouisWllo Passing Cloverport oue down and ono up dulj and stole n vest putr of fino cloth punts and coat Ills heart fulled him in this dis honesty nnd ho left a pair of old casiuet pants instead to quiet his conscience 3B9 WEST MAIN ST LOUISVILLE KY sepH ly BEST OF WORKMEN Uilng nothing but FOR SALE All of the Smiths in the United States A No 1 BTOIIK and DWELLINa HOUSK Hlth aro rich Somebody In Knglnnd by the namo of Chadwick died in 17C8 and left them nn immeuso fort u no that has beoi on interest over since amounting to 100000 fyur mllci tatt of llardlnturj on tlia Hud 000 Thcro may bo some difficulty to find tunvlllc road a futility by that name Fo ptrtloulara apply to 40 acres good Land G A LICHHARDT II MfflffSkW Wilto for Illu rated Cnlnloguoof v luetics LlookH und Jewelry Sent And by a THOnOUOIl KNOWIJlIXli of the builnexi Ii teo of making tm W Sntiikii First class Improved Machinery and the very Best of Selected Timber wo have Juntly A II V infill earned the reputation ManufncturiiiK JewelcrlCCthSt Louisville Ky THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS We Hereby We give tlia fullotilpg rrnrrlnity with ouch wagon i to bo well mndo in every particular and i good luatcrlnl and that the trengtli of tho taiuo la aufllolont for nil work with fair mage Should any Ineiikago occur within one year from Dili date by reaion of de fectho inaturial nr wurkiiiunthlp rciinlm for tho lame will he furnlnlcd ut place of Kale fne of charge nr the price of aald repair an por ugeutt price Hit will be paid In caiti by the purcliKicr pruduclug a ample of tho broken or defective purta n ovldeuco iept8Cm i on the ltli Instant while Mr Henry Munkolt and Mr Will Thompson wore hoisting some machinery hi the DePnuw Flouring Millapully broko Or commudlcat and lot the whole down on them crushing them so badly that Mr Thompson died in a few hours afterwards und Mr Munkelt is tn a very critical condition Churlcr At Sulinen Ind Warrant tho FISH III108 WAGON No Lost Run Ky wild w 33 WILL STREET CLOVERPOET i pattuitlo dellca rnuUltplv beautirnl stop action erer lit vi mcu iiw riuuio be alarrniiKc1 bruii Thi iiMitu m apuplty rroat that but llttfe effort Is rcqulrwt wltlttho I supply alt lha air neccsaary TttAt made andt cKgaut cases In the market All solid wood orma uviis vr7 ijitniiiiciH wurraiuea ror air years at strictly first claae ruiiy scut uufranlUi M nnd lest dres lANIKI If MKATTy oty J i raoy United Hiaiun uf AmerlelT ti sweetest toned llanos erer factured Sent on tost trUland AND Pronounced the best In IhoworlJ iriAcclebrftied loldrn Tongue 1arlorOi chai tfnaJasLflO manufacturerThcypmiesspowV iv aer nerjin brilliancy tun eym- - PIAMA4 llpkJ y AS Zr I I I uouuceu by tne praes inn uia peoplo as tho moat beauMf ut sua nenttyn Flnneo grand Okqaareand upiightare pro araulthem nun GTO W er inla newjerseyT UfittaaDllhoaljr VLutM aBSiSSjBEATTYPiiwSi Innlruments which iare vvuxu pnlmi ita on as faiB IbattyoelebratedriaiUM nud O hrly from paittoa In llie West and 8nua ana MMtets uutli WaoL where inccery Has beea ixUnalvalv nraA tleed on the hare irikl la ll altoneWanof anonymoui refutation with nil riroulars Quoistlen jroaa cerrniii trauo Journal Wrlto lor a ipionMioa aBa ur uaj a iiuairieu Uno ai cotulnliiT l sisii i muni SES from mill iaSff suervlwnts lawy e nmivin a Wflfr mu na briwdU Mttt m nn swnieiw Hsu east ilU jIU r uurytwrtJculnrly caution- 1 H G LICHHARDT aolNI Journal Monticollo Jones County Iowa uJl VBki kfc- kft ink1 rrttltlWTMI TtMvlrf rKit rfotif 4 m TW U ii whwiun Nak J liwu Mlh aihia UmZ aamM m iftaituTrsa fMa kl nacine wis jan iatiU7U Knowing we f l jno u iivuoikr Send for Prices Sept 25 fiin cri j FISH BROS C0 n isa nult you wo lollolt pn Iron a go from ovcry leotlon of tho United Btato nnd Term nnd for n copy ut our AGRICULTURAL PAPER to PISH BROS CO Racine Wis - KY mmimmsiau Lrp9t - urt ix