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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 i juKjiiLjuumiunaiiniiiwwiiikiJL CHURCHJDinECTORY lUluuNaiiuno cincuiT Mrtlioillut ltalsropal Church South liar W W Lambert Pastor HardlnehurKprcnch lug 4 tit Fahhath In each month fit 11 oclock n m lit n nil lit 7 oclock Class meeting every Sunday morning nt U oclock Bnlilirvtli Hctuiol nt 2 o cleck p in Dr J M Taylor Huporln llendont Prayer meeting every Wednesday w THE VOLIII BKEGKENBIDGE NEWS NO W ami Juoth blushing Kate while Kipping corn Unto her lorer with n sigh I would you were a kernel horn Now can you guess tho reason why lwoet cornstalk Ivo an cir With husky votco tho youth roplloJ Dut Im tod green to pop I fear frild Miiey hatci You nover try for thy night Oakland oclock IrciichlngoTcryllli Sabbath nt 3 X r 3 w t- - -- f w 4t v M J 9 3i we L- shut it with a bang und I thought nssoon You othcrwiso happy life and tried to keep her What havo you to say madam ns It wns closed a mighty nngcl cntnu down havi been let oft so many times on good from harm Tho children nrc all honest nnd industriwith n great iron bnr and barred tho gate promises that I nin losing faith in you on tho outside nnd wrote upon it in letters Your honor I know I dont deserve nny ous und havo mndo the most of their unr Onions may he soaked nil uiht LUX IN TENEBRIS Doomed to live together six mercy at your hnnds but for tho sake of row resources for lmprncmuni mcfifnlly taking thu flavor out of them of firo If itiust ho ptriincnfly right rirtd good In months Then he went nwny and all wai tliesi darling children let me try once more They are highly rospectrd by the neighbors Tho yelks of eggi nro as nourishing as Can the dead birds ever waken silent except tho iioIro of tho revelry nnd to he the good mother they think f nm and deservo encomiums for their filial nflcc rie nl rth rrirly hour becauso it is so unliu tho whites though n littlo heavier To tho llTe of long oneo more T shouting that camo from within tho city God only knows why I cant help drinking tlon such as few others deserve manly linril trt Jo if The eldest Can the drooping doners beckon The water used in mixing bread must bo wall nnd why I should degrade myself by get hnvo occupied themselves in earning mon As they did In days of vureT It is rnsicr fiii rf needlo fo go through tho Can tho soft wlndi ever fold us If it is too hut the loavci will bo I wont nway nnd as I journeyed through ting drunk and thcnnhuung theso innocent ey the younger Is stnying faithfully at tepid hot eye of n rich nfnff tliafi for an editor to Whero no chilling itorins may blight full of hales Â¬ I thought this would be tho homo nnd enring for their the lnnd I could not believe my eyes Pcnco little children help Can the sunshine over hold us please everybody Never put a pudding that Is to bo steamed Safely from the threatening night T and plenty smiled everywhere Tho jnils last time nnd thnt they would bo so much less littlo Biter Tho family consists of eight children nnd when it is considered in any thing else than n dry mold If an office holder wonts fo he good lo wcro nil empty tho penitentiaries were withbetter off without me thnt I said I would It Will the vanliffed dreams of childhood Tho polico of grcnt cities drown myself and I wns angry when a that but two of them succeed In turning in out occupants To clean nllslns wipo them with a dry himself ho will never let his right hand Clutter round ui once again 7 wcro idle Judges sat in the court rooms policemen pulled me nut of the lake nnd any money for the support of the whole towel Never wnsll fhdm for it will mnko know what his left hnnd gets away with Will tho shadows on the wildwood with nothing to do Dusintss wns brisk snved my miserable life I dont do nny tho circumstances approach nearer to thu cakes or puddings heavy Mark whero better years have Inln7 Mnrringo says a cynic Ii llko putting Wilt tho old days ever meet ui Many great buildings formerly crowded thing to feed nnd cloth them why do they pitiful A little cheese taken nt mcnli helps other your hand into n bng containing nincty nino With their face of rogulih play love and pity mo so with criminalswcro turned into manufacI only spend their food to digest Will our dead hope come to greet ui If taken in largo quantities snakes nml ono eel You mny get tho eel turing establishments Just about this time hard earned money for drink How much In tho Heaven far away 7 hut Ihc chnnces are ngniust joil it is very indigestible tho president of tho United Stntescallcd a better for them if I could bo dead I More III To boil potatoes so they will bo dry nnd In tho sentence John Rtrikes Willinm Day of Thanksgiving I attended services than once your honor have they gone hunAy I yes for songs of sadness mealy When the skin breaks pour oil the remnrked a school teacher what Is the ob Â¬ Jjnth nt 11 oclock a m Die with all the parting hours in a Presbyterian church The preacher gry for days nnd been dressed almost in Prcsbytcrinn Church Rev J R McDon Simplo homo dresses can often bo enliv water and let them finish cooking in their ject Whtlo tho joyous winds of gladness Higher wages and lem of strikes dwelt upon tho changed condition of affairs rags just becauso I had spent tho last pen- ened nnd mndo moro becoming by dainty nhl Pastor Preaching every 3d nnd 4tb Call to life tho burled flowers a own steam warn promptly replied the intelligent nt 1 1 oclock u m hnd nt 7 oclock rinbbnths As ho went on nnd depicted the great pros nies for drink Though the still hands Ho so humbly I have a helpless littlo babo lnce frill at the neck nnd n contrasting knot Old potntocs may bo freshened up by youth Prayer meeting every Sunday mornOn n dear onot pulseless breast j m perity that had como to the country I saw nt home who wns almost starved I know of ribbon Sunday School every 10 oclock our ltcaren wntcrtcs dumbly Still pluuging them into cold water before ubing ing nt one old deacon clap his hankerchief over nnd yet nono of them over complained A young gentleman wns the other dny I Oer the precious dreamless rest Sunday nioring at 9 oclock Jno A Slur Black thread hoe embroidered in pnlc them his mouth to keep from slinuting right out nm not fit to go back to them send me to nccusing onother of having n big mouth tny Superintendent IV tints nnd bright colors will bo worn all sumTo make n clothes line pliable boil it an Yes said the other but tho Lord hnd to An ancient spinster who never did like the the bridewell whero I may find fit compan Catholic Church Rt Rov T J Jenkins And Ilka organ muslo pealing mer though the flesh and ecru tints prom- hour Pastor Services tho 1st Snbbath in every Or So hefore mlng it Lot it dry in n mnkoyours smnll lo give you plenty of noisy Where Its thunders crash along Methodists a regular old blue- ions in drunkards and outcasts and can ise to be most fashionable month nnd on tho Slonday after tho third The soft vox humans stealing warm room and do not allow it to kink stocking Presbyterian cheek couldnt hold in scrub nnd dig nt ftfo lowest work till I mnko Makes tho wondrous wordless song Sunday in every month Very large Leghorn lints bent in the most She expressed tho thought of every heart myself forgetful that I ever had n homo and To brown sugnr for puddings put the su So through all thefltful fever It docs not follow thnt women arc cobblers Of each sad nnu weary day by shouting with all her might My God whnt a outlandish shapes promise to be ono of tho gar in a perfectly dry pan If tho pan is Glory to such precious children or blacksmiths because they nro good hands coming styles Mingles Infnlto sweetnoss ever These nro trimmed with the least God for Ingcrsolivillel thing I nm I You dont know how I despise A young theologwet tho sugar will burn ntid spoil to shoo hens From tho land not far away ical student lifted up his hand nnd devoutly myself Is thero any hopo for mo do you wide sashes or n single wreath of fine French both it nnd tho pnn A Nevada tramp applied to a doctor for added Kvcybody smiled think sir Ettoperpetua I wish I could deservo their flowers Potatoes ought not to stand too long in some work and the doctor asked him what The new white muslin skirts nro trimmed water The country wns almost delirious with joy kindness and love nnd your mercy If you for it takes the starch out of them CLOVERPORT KY ho could do Well said he I could dig Great processions of children swept along can let me go again my broken promises with two or three pluitcd frills of Hamburg nnd makes them tostlcss They aro made with deep grnics the highways singing shall bo renewed nnd Ill swear by tho help embroidery To clean brass immerse or wash it sever Will practice ills profession in all the courts yokes nt the top and aru tntioji gored these of my Maker to keep them in the future Well not give up the Iilblc Im not in mourning snid nyntiug lady ofUreckcnridgo nnd adjoining coun ol times in sour milk or whey thh will Clods blest word of truth nre also trimmed with insertions and edge Let the fine bo 100 but I will suspend Prompt iittcntion will bo ties brighten it without scouring it may then frankly to n querist but ns the widows aro s Vast assemblies of reformed inebriates of Torchon lace given to nil claims placed in it nnd try her again wo poor bo scoured with woolen cloth dipped in getting nil tho offers Some of our readers hnvc doubtless read with their wives nnd children gathcied in his hands for collection A scene in the North side police court Fans aro very handsome nnd odd this sen nshes girls must do something to protect our- Â¬ ii32ly Chaplain MuCabos ruinous drcnin Many the open nt reasonable rntcs air No building would hold them on Monday last is only half reproduced in son Somo have ebony slicks and tops with have not In view of the wonderful dis To rcmovo iron taste from new kettles selves covery which Colonel Robert G Incersoll I thought I was in one meeting whero the abovo narrated colloquy between Jus embroidered flowers somo nrc painted by boil a handful othay in them nnd repent A young lndy hesitating for a word in has mndo concerning tho SOLID SILVER TEASPOONS Mistakes of Iiisliop Simpson mndo an address and as cico Ivaufmann and two otliersr ono a wo- hnnd ill lines or Pompndour bouqncti Moses and the wide sprend interest ex- he closed it a mighty shout went up till the man forty five years of nge but with nn They are made to match costumes in satin tho process if necessary Hay water is a describing n rejected suitor Hes not a ty Sent postpaid to nny address for 550 cited in tho public mind by Ingcrsolls vio- - earth rang again 0 it was wonderful I apparent experience of the saddest kind brocades some are of peacocks feathers great sweetener of tin wooden and iron rnnt not exactly domineering but Money sent lent attacks upon Christianity and tho elo Dogmntic suggested her friend nnd fifty cents to pay postage No ho And then we all stood up nnd sang with stnmpcd on her features nnd the other a olhers of black and white stripes and the ware In Irish ihiirio every Ihinir used in registered letter will be nt our mk Ad quent replies made by Wcndling Hyder has not dignity cnougli for that I think for milk is scalded with hay water nnd other noted speakers the dream of tears of joy child not yet nino yenrs old Thero were black stripe is filled in with tinsel DUU Silversmiths dross F N DHUY McCabc All hall the power of Jesus name I Ifyou want to renovate black grenadine pupnintic would convey my meaning admirlja Wall Street Clovcrport Ky jnl Gm Chaplain by those will bo rc rcad with new other parties present who did littlo but Yoke waists nro more fashionable than interest who have once read it jei angels prostrate rail take strong cold colfcc strain it and wring ably smother tho sobs which choked off any at- ever for slender figures This style howand with no less satisfaction by those who Bring forth the royal diadem And crown him Lord of all tempt to speak have not There were other children ever must be made to fit well and belled in tho grenadine out of it quite tight nfier It wns rather lute yesterday morning when which shuko out and fold up then iron it Mr Willnby got up nnd ho was vaguely The six months had well nigh gone I of tho dissipated mother a daughter I had a dream which was not nil a dream nt tho waist This is effected with a strip j cars of age very neatly but plainly of the material itself or n plain satin ribbon with a moderately hot iron oier a piece of conscious ot a contused recollection of I thought I was on a lour journey through mndo my way back again to the gate of things but ho didnt say much and tried to A dreadful silence reigned dressed and with an intelligent and some- For theso dresses the belts will bo folded old blnck material DOCTonH HKLIEH n beautiful country when suddenly I came Ingcrsollville over tho city broken only by the sharp what cultivated countenance Tho Parisian method of cleaning black nppcar as cheerful ns he knew how Pres Â¬ a son two nnd tho trimmings will bo pluitcd frills mid CUPPING BLEEDING to a great city with walls fifteen feet high silk Is lo brush and wipo it thoroughly lay ently brcakfnst wns nnnniiiipcd nnd tho I saw years younger and another hoy about seven Urcton lace TOOTH PULLING At the gate stood a sentinel whose shining crack of n revolver now and then it on a flat table with the side up which is family took their places nt tho table but HAIR DYING ETC nrinor reflected buck the rays of the morn- a busy man trying to get in nt the gate This last child and n little girl who plcndcd Charming bonnets are made of fino pluit- My friend whero aro for her mother wcro standing on either side intended to show nnd sponge with hot cof- Mr Willnby wns nmnzed as ho sat staring JCSTOMKnS ATTENIIKII TO AT AM HOIKS ing sun As I was about to sulutc him nnd and I said to him lug and ruchings of black lnce with a finish fee strained through muslin of the woman nnd clinging to her drcsi nnd Allow it to nt six littlo round wooden boxes of axlo ROOMS pas into the city ho stopped me and said you from of satin ribbon embroidered with gold But greao ranged solemnly in fiontof his plate I live in Chlcngo said he become partially dry then iron and thoyio hands R vcr Street adjoining Temples Hotel Do you believe in tho Lord Jesus tercups without foiingo nro tho flowers used Where undertho sun ho said with npuz strictly Christ taxed us to death there nnd Ive heard of The womnn was Mrs Mary Crcigle who jTfl Tuwcls Uniors Mugs etc Tho prudent houscwifo who on account on these bonnets Almost any shape of hat clean nnd work done In the most approved this city nnd I want to go in to buy some lives in rented rooms nt the corner of Erie 1 answered of hard times has decided not to paper zleJ intonation what in thunder where did Yes with nil my heart may bo worn that is becoming manner latronago solicited Tho Eng all this ale grease come finm and whnt is it nnd Franklin strcetH and she was before Then said he you can not enter real estato in this new and growing place lish wnlking lint is most worn forstrect nnd the sitting room as desirable will find the Oh isitaxlegrenscV for He failed utterly to remove the bar but Justice Ivaufmann for being drunk nnd disasked his wife old paper very much improved in appear here No man or woman who acknowledges traveling with charming simplicity anil innocenco by somo means ho got a ladder about twelve orderly Tho term disorderly is well once by simply rubbing it well with a flan Tr that name can pass in here Stand aside White muslin ties nro made of soft mull just n tijflo overdone You said last night feet long nnd with its nid ho climbed up known to cover a multitude of sins nnd nol cloth dipped in oatmeal sniiMie they nro coining when yon brouuht these enns home that they upon tho wall JVVitli and eye to business misdemeanors nnd in this case applied wido and trimmed on the ends with inserI looked down tho rond and saw a vast KENTUCKY HARDINSBURG wcro ojsters nud iiotild bo nice for break more to nn attempt to commit suicide than tions nnd edge of Drcton lnce Theso oro multitude npproaching It was led by a ho shouted to the first person ho snw fatt I thought you hnd better cat them any thing else On the dny previous nil made sufficiently long to tie in a largo bow Will pnicttco in all tho courts of Urcikon Hallo there whats the price of real military officer ridge and adjoining counties right awny as they didnt smell as though officer had seen her wondering nlong the with ends The softness nnd delicacy of Who is that nskal ottho sentinel estate in Ingcrsollville I Deeds Mortgngcs etc and nil legal instru this finish to the neck is extremely becom they would keep very much longer And Nothing shouted a voice ments carefully proparod you can hike shore and kept so close n watch on her ing That ho replied is the great Colonel To keep tho hands soft mix honey alto the most of faces Fichus nrc also lnipstlgated and abstracts furnlfhcd Robert I then Mrs Willnby i tmoved tho enns nnd Titles the founder of tho city of have all you want if youll just tako it and movements that ho wns enabled to be nt worn of white mull Prompt and careful attention given to all nnd givo a pretty effect mond mcnl and olivo oil into n paste use her husband sut nnd looked ut tho teapot hand and pull her from the lako soon after pay tho taxes Ingersollvillo no 11 tf business entrusted to mo after washing with soap Castile soap is and thought so long that his coffee was to dark or gray dresses What made your taxes so high said sho had plunged headforemost beneath its Who is he I ventured to inquire best for nso it will euro a scratch or cut cold nn n rich relation when he thought to Sho wns rethe Chicago mini I noted tho nnswer care- waves from ono of tho piers Ho is n great and mighty wnrrior who and prevent any spot drink it covering from a drunken debauch nnd had fought in mnny bloody bnttles for tho Union fully I shall nover forgot it For inflammatory rheumatism lake half Wcvo hnd to build forty new jails nnd settled so low into the gulf of despair that during the great war Tiurnxc a Witness It is of Wnrren nn ounce of pulverized saltpetre put in and Sah Stable sho had determined to rid the world and Livery tho author of Ten Thousand a Year that I folt ashamed of my ignorance of history fourteen penitentiaries a lunatic asylum hnlf a pint of sweet oil bathe the parts af Douiiiixuts Ono cup of sour crcara ono and an orphan asylum in every ward family of respectable children of her worthsharp practice in the examination of a Second Street Jhltceen Main and the Ulcer nod stood silently watching tho procession fected and a sound cure will speedily be this wovo hnd to disband the public schools nnd less life She pleaded with the officer with cup of sweet milk two eggs ono cup of I had hoard of a Colonel I who re mnn nccused of swearing falsely in n will effected It shows great dramatic case is rclnted First class livery to be had at this Stable signed in the prcsenco of the enemy but it takes all tho revenue of tho city to keep fears and prayers to let her die He was white sugar one tcaspoonful of salt flavor Persons troubled witli feet thnt perspire inoxorablo and conducted her to tho police with any thing you like mix quickly and Horses boarded by tho dny or week at rcn of courbo this could not bo tho man up the polico force power unconsciously exhibited in his daily honnblo rntcs or smell offensively can effect a euro by business She was placed in a coll and her fry in hot lard Wheres my old friend I said the station Tho procession cnino near enough for mo eldest daughter cut for Thnt dutiful Chicago tnau Gukkk Mountain Cake Threo eggs ono bathing them every night or oftener in n Tho prisoner being nrruigned and tho to recognize some of tho faces I noted W W VkhspLs two infidel editors 0 ho is going nbont to day with a sub young woman never uttered n word of blame and a half cups of sugar half a cup large strong solution of borax Two or three formalities gone through with the prose T N Vimsiv of national celebrity fol Cluierport llardlnsburg They when she arrived but in tho tcndcicst kind of thick sweet cream two cups flour two weeks of this treatment will probably he cutoi placing his thumb over tho seal held lowed by great wagons containing Menm scription paper to bmhl a church hnvo gotten up a petition to send out for a ness set nbout making her mother comfort Iicnping tcaspoonfuls baking powder bake found sufficient up the will nnd demuudrd of tho prisoner presses Tlicro wero also five members of CiiiinLuxs Tho following is an excel- whether he hud seen thu testator sign thnt lot of preachers to come nnd hold revival able Sho removed tho wet garments nnd slowly Congress If wo can only got them over the replaced the soaked stockings and under Potato Salad Six largo cold boiled lent ointment for tho cure of chilblains instrument to which ho promptly answered OLD DAVIESS AND NELSON CO WHISKIES All the noted infidols and scoffers of the services Food wns brought potatoes wall wo hopo theres a future for Ingersoll- clothing with her own cut fine two small heads of lcttuco Calomel and camphor of each 2 drachms ho hnd country seemed to bo there Most of them from home and everything dono that could broken in small pieces PURE WINES and BRANDIES And did you sign it nt his request as a half n small onion spermaceti ointmont 8 drachms oil of turpassed in unchallenged by the sentiuel but villo yet The sixth month ended Instead of open bo to comfort nnd cheer tho poor woman cut fine two hard boiled eggs ono tnble pentine 1 drnchms mjx well together Ap subscribing witness V at last n meek looking individual with a ing tho door however a tunnel was dug Tho other children came and shed tbo fra Â¬ spoon capers Mayonnnise dressing or a ply by gentle friction two or three times I did white necktie approached nnd ho was under tho wall big enough for ono person grance of their Iovo and affection on tho dressing mado of French mubtnrd oil and daily Wns it scaled with red or black wax stopped I saw at n glanco it was a well OUR PLEDGE M On the vinegar to cruwl through at a time First enrao two heart of their despairing mother With red wax Bone Femin Tbo London fnnret sug Â¬ known liberal preacher of New York following morning they appeared in the Wo do pledgo our- Â¬ bankrupt editors followed by Colonel I Did you seo him seal it with red wnx Do you holicvo in tho Lord Jesus IkefSoui Roil the soup bono until the gests tho following simple treatment As selves to abstain himself and then tho wholo population police court and beenmo her attorneys in meat I did Christ V snid tho sentinel from tho use of all is quite tender pour tho broth in a soon ns tho disease is felt put directly over crawled through Then I thought some- sunplo picas for mitigated punishment adulterated wines Whero was tho testator when ho signed the spot a fly blister about tho sizo of your I Not much said tho doctor kettle then rub mi egg into dry flour and liquors beer fcc gfent crowds of Christians surrounded which outweighed any defense that tho mix thoroughly Until the noodles nro quito thumb nail and let it remain for six hours nnd scaled this will Everybody laughed and ho was allowed how anddopromlsothat the city Thero woro Moody nnd Ham ablest lawyer could havo made In his bed fur our oom fort fine then add them to tho bioth slowly stir- nt tho expiration of which time directly to pass in Mrs Crcigle was onco tho wife of a prosmond and Earle and hundreds of Metho- Â¬ nlcasiiroand nour- Â¬ Pray how long a picco of wax did ho ring until nil in boll fifteen minutes sea- under thn surfaco of tho blister may be Tlicro wcro artists there with glorious ishment wo will dist preachers and exhorters and they perous and comfortably situated man of son to tasto seen tho felon which can instantly he fnken user pictures singers with ravishing voices use uiino but the business Ho died tho second year after About three or four inches best such as It al tragedians nnd comedians whoso names struck up singing altogether Potato Sour Peal eight or ten largo out with tho point of n needle or a lancet the fire but left tho family provided with ways found at Come ye sinners poor and needy Who gnio tbo testator this piece of hnvo a worhlwidc fame Many persons aro poisoned by contact isirooiriuo Show me A needier crowd never was seen on earth a good homo and tho means of support potatoes three onions two hends of celery o o oi the way 1 get my drinks Then camo nnother division of the infione turnip one carrot a slice of ham or with tho wild ivy and sumach and In somo wat which a well equipped and well stocked before In llardlnsburg I did del host saloon keepers by thousands prothere Ky CUVCTU I conversed with some of tho inhabitants grocery store could furnish All theso wero lean bacon entail in small squares and cases tho poisoning is very severe To such Whero did you get it Vessels QUICK I prietors of gambling hells brothels and boll them with some broth when dono rub it may bo of interest to know that DrBrown of the abandoned city and asked a fow of clear of debt and furnished a good Income From tho drawer in his desk theaters Soon after Mr Crcigloa death tho widow nil through tbo sicvo and season with pep of the United States navy claims to have them this question llardlnsburg and Cloverport Ky How did ho light tho picco of wnx Still another division swept by burglars per and salt discovered a certain remedy for such poisoncommenced to drink and became an actual Doyoubeliovo in hell With n caudle thieves thugs Incendiaries highwaymen Lemon Pie Ono heaping tablespoonful ing It is bromino dissolved in olivo oil I can not record tho answers they wero drunkard Six months after her husband Whero did that picco of candlo como murderers all all marching in My viscosmolinc or glycerine Ho used twenty died a child was bom which has lived of corn starch ono cupful of boiling water terribly orthodox from Notice to Pensioners ion grow keener I behold and lol Satan Ono old man said Ive been thero on till to day but which is physically helpless ono cupful of sugar ono egg one table drops of bromino to nn ounco of oil rub I got it out of n cupboard in his room All persons drawing a pension and wishing himself brought up the rear bing it on tho affected part three or four probation for six months aud I dont want Tho property was mortgagod from timo to spoonful of butter and ono small lemon How long was thut picco of candle to apply fur arrearages under tho new law can High afloat abovo tho mass was a banner time as thn busiuegs in tho storo declined moisten n heaping tablespoonful of corn times a day nnd occasionally washing It ofl navo meir papers nxoa up eorrcotly ou uiouer to join Porhups four or fno inches long What has Chrisntq terms by calling on tho undersigned at his on which was Inscribed with cutilo soap I knew that he was an old Methodist through lack of nttention to furnish her starch with a littlo cold water then add a Who lit It placo of business In Cloverport tianity dono for tho country nnd another At length uU cupful of boiling water stir this over tho backslider Tho sequel of It all wns a great with means of dissipation Cause ok Intaxt DnroniimKs A Man I lit it JNO C jlABBAOE u30tr on which was Inscribed Down with the revival that gathered in n mighty harvest tho property hud slipped from her and sho firo for two or three minutes allowing it to chester Eng physician Dr Cromptnii Whnt with churches I Away with Christianity it in becamo destitute boil and cook flio starch add a tablespoon from tho ruined city of Ingersollvillo who has mado a study of tho caro of infants Willi a match terferes with our happiness I And then Tho children wcro always kind to their ful of butter nnd a cupful of sugar remove glvrs Homo Information of great importance Where did you get that match WITH came a murmur of voices that grew louder mother and did what they could to furnish tbo mixture frtjin tho firo and when slight- to mothers in regard to tho causo of PLEASE LET HER CO HOME On tho mantel shelf in his room and louder until a shout wont up like tho support for tho family Now tho eldest ly cooled add an egg well beaten and tho tbo common deformities known You did ns Away with him I Cru Â¬ Tin Plea of a Little Girl In a Justices girl a young lady of twenty one nnd the roar of Niagara juico nnd grnted rind of a fresh lomon bow logs and knock knees Ho nttrihulcs I iKd Court In Her Mothers Behalf cify him crucify him I I felt no desire oldest boy two years younger havo good This makes ono plo and should bo baked tho first mentioned distortion to Here Warren pnused nud fixing his huga a habit WHOLESALE FANCY DHOCM now to enter Ingersollvllle Chicago Times situations and each week turn in to their wills nn under and upper crust somo youngsters delight in of rubbing tho blue eyes upon tho prisoner ho held tho pa As tho last of the procession entered n AN- DPlease sir lot mamma go homo with mother 9 with which ho pays rent buys sole of ono foo against that Paiunip tbo other por his his First few man and womon with broad brimmed us If you send her away thorell bo uo coal provisions nnd clothinir for herself thorn tendorFniTTKnssmooth having boiled Some as is woll known will goof sleep with uponabovoecal head In thumb still renting CANDY MANUFACTURERS to mnsh tho and and fine picking a solemn measured hats and plain bonnets mudo their appear one to take caro of little Alice and then nnd tho sinnller children With tho bal out any woody 105 MAUKET ST TIIIHD 1OVHTlf bits For threo largo pars the soles prcsicd together thoy nppcnr to tone snid once and wanted to go in as mlssionarUs shes so good to all of us Wo wont let ance of their wages they support themselves nips allow WUISVILLK KT two eggs one cup of rich milk enjoy the contact only whoif tho feel nrc Now sir upon your solemn onth you but they woro turned rudoly away A zeal- her go nway again and nnd get drunk nnd Thoy doplore dcoply tho disgraceful con- Â¬ ono tablespoon of butter ono teaspoon of naked not attempting to mnko it when they snw tho testator sign thnt will ho signed It ous young Methodist oxhortcr with a Bible sho wont want to wo love her so Plcaso duct of their only parent but hare endured salt three tablespoon- of flourV Heat ho tiro socked nml slippered Tho remedy in his bed nt his request yon signed it as a under his arm nsked permission to enter to let her go It for jeard without n murmur or tho least cggslight sjir in tho1 mashed parsnips boat thcroforc Is qfmply to keep the childs soles subscribing witness ymi nw hiin seal it It In a Bilvertplatotl Holder fartlOO Dut doesnt your mother spend her indication of wavering affection Yit hut the sentinel swore at htm awfully Thoy say ing hard then Knock knees the doctor ascribes was with red wax that ho sealed It n piece tho buttor and sajt rroxt the covered tern cents ovtrn by mail Address F N Then I thought I saw Hrothor Moody ap money for drink which onght to buy you thero never was better mother than sho milk and lastly tho to a different chlldlug habit namely thnt of two three or four inches long ho lit thnt UUO DHUY I7i WuH StrwUCkivw plying for adiniMiqii hut bo wns refused bread and lour fry as fritters by better when sho lets liquor- - nlono It is only onco dropping jwrt Ky Jaipur a spoonful lw hot lard or ns grid Â¬ of ileeplng nn tho side with one kneo tucked wax wth a piece of candlo which yon pro I could not help smiling to hear Moody Only oncoin while sir there never in three or four weekif that sho yields to tfror into tho lollow behind tho other n custom Cilrid for him from a cupbonrd yon lit thut wasj a belter mamma than purs nnd woll ovor powering temptation to drink and then dle cakes tayas he turned sadly away familiar to tho observation pf mot parents candle by n inntph which you found VRANKMK IRQUARIJ lAka5de anj Scotch on tho Wurllthey let mo live and work in take such good carq of her and bo no good frfo fndulg es in a prolonged pound gpTref of Library editions of nil tho popular Sftid Hor fo preventative prcscribcJ is to1 pad mantle shelf huff pound of sugar ono ami Novel rancinie from 10 to 20 aenyr par vo Chisago J it la vary strango they wWt kt that am wu t wmui nny mora wniSMy several days ThoIrontreiUfo havo always pounds of flourjknead well together tho insfdo of the knees so as n keep them ft sale by J 0 Itehbalj wnVall St mo Into Ingersllvilte rMu40 iti that sir which makes her bad been in vain ani at length thoy had pa apart and let the limbs grow freely their Mylord IUsftWiifcrl nnd roll out in cakes half an inch thick Tho tentlifel went fnshlo the gate and once in a while T- tiently submitted to this infliction in tbeir own way Tho prisoner was comlcted wr rluncrlutcndcnt SiOevelBprlnglrcachtngcvory 1st Sabbath af Â¬ ternoon at 1 oclock Preaching every 2d Sabbath at 11 Webster oclock a in nnd nt night Union Star lreachlng overy 3d Sabbath at ht 11 oclock a nt and nt 7 oclock p m Bab lioth School every Sunday morning nt oclock nichnrd Cox Superintendent Class 1st nnd 3d Pabbalhs Trnycr liTecljrigicvcry mcdiiij overy Thursday night CLOVKItPOUT Baptist Church Hov A J Miller Poslor PicncliinK cvory 2d und 4th Snulmtlis at Prayer 11 o clock n m nnd 7 oclock p m meeting ei cry Wednesday night Sunday Rcliool oicry Sunday morning nt 9 oclock K It Pierce Superintendent Mdlhodist Church South Rev J L Ed Prenehing tho lot nnd 3d ringlon Pnstor Sabbaths at 11 oclock a m nnd 7 oclock p m Preaching every 2d and 4th Sab Â¬ baths nt 7 oclock p ra Prayer meeting Sabbath School ev every Thursday night cry Sabbath evening at 3 oclock P V Duncan Superintendent Rcgulnr preach ing nt Holts llottom the 2d Sabbath at 11 oclock n in nnd at Liberty the 4th Sab- - nlghtr- Ml Zlon Preaching every lstFabbnth at 11 ootoik n m Sabhnth School overy Kunday iiiarnlnglit 10 oclock a m Dr II 0 lulllam ii m Prayer meeting every Thursday Independent in all things Neutral in nothing Principles not parly Men not availability CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 14 1879 Â¬ Trrfnun hnvo not refused to tako Iradn dollar Moving for A new trial Courting n sec ond wifo The Inst language spoked on earth will probably ho the Finish To blot oilt a kcroslno lump with safety to yourself dct somebody else to do tho without blowing 43 Â¬ awMJfr 0f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ atylm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JCBABBAGE Attorney at Law Â¬ Â¬ The Chaplains Dream now-a-dn- for 8sno Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JOHN BENDER twen-ty-on- o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JAMES E STONE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ MILLER HOVIOUlf hr Â¬ eotng mmi Vessels Saloon JLiSugrex Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Beer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rit5 t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ BERGREEN Â¬ CO nr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Solid Gold Ptn - Â¬ - r 1 throo-quar-t- Â¬ V u r T Mr f- - jjiinnrr i mi iiiiBiiniiinnrinniTTriiTTii rn inninnnnr inn iiwiiwhiiiuili I y M AVo nro oflbriiig Orcnt Uurgaiiii o tlioso winliing to Hurchnpc Tho Demoeratlo party In llreckcnrldgo liare BUSINESS TAUBHT AS IT IS BEST PRACTICED J I HAHBAUi met In county convention and nominated a Jtsu phopiii AliVANTAOKSi wealthy tobacco dealer and merchant to bo their tK itJ In otw lit the hcnlthlrat und inott alrricilve elite In tho tnlon candidate to represent tbera In tho lower Ilouso ClOVERvPORJ A rutin iTiiid mulicnl imtlnlinr bttinvs details by ditpUi of tho next lciural Assembly of Kontueky records front prominent Ctannicribil Houses The candidatoi Interest la In no way directly Tho t nelicr nee not theoretical Iwuk worm Inil experienced Identified with tho Interest of tho laboring Ii islntt mn who Into successfully practiced vvlutthey SUBSCRIPTION rniOEB LGtt 0 - XT jr 150 vcnple and wc am determined to have a candi Per year month 75 date on the National Greenback Labor platform fix SO Thrco months I 9jmhavd4IJuiidutftdliniwlrlgolnlluer to compete with him for tho office but bare not iixaitlia as ojm d Im iwcurvd In Iwtlvo uudrr vJifT djV 1 1 1iiick OUK CLUB RATES yet selected our min Horscfiliociiiir ami nil kinds of Kepalring ilottc in First elnns Style on I lh ol tltrorvtlVid routiu tnctlwJs V r 23 Kite copies onn yoar each I UjcIi MuuVnl rm rlvcs InJMtTiul Imintfjfr Th nboe communication appears in a Short Notice nntl Kcpainting promptly tlolio on 011 Work 1 00 Jr Ten coilfi olio jenr each 33 B linn and his proMI Umllhcr iindu- Oim sprightly friend of the Unlonlown iV J w recent Issue of tho Acricttltiriittijil TenOne cany one year free for club often subscribers I irliaiUnednurritrJJbyulhir4y tfBMtw compelled to read n sharp Local has been Mk jy der It wo presume speaks by the card R JKT Siibmlptlons mint bo paid In KUance fiJ mw JOlt H -j Jr lecturo to a lawyer who under tho pro paper tent heynnd lime paid or and exposes tho animus of moro than Mr tecting cloak of tho court nbuscd him out t3TSludents aro reolv cd liy the Wishing nny thing in our lino would do well to give tisn call bo Wo enn Icnick towards our enndidatc nonth quarter or course the low rules of I foro buying elsewhere and satisfy themelvc8 that our prices tire at the his testimony In a larceny w tuition plurlnfr llio great advantages of our i All letters nnil jiapcr intended for pnlili tint allow tho lultcrs misrepresentation of rageously because scltool within the reach ufull bottom Had that cuso did not tend to put nngcl wlng on tho WITT OOPEit cntton plrniio ntlilrcm tlio Kilitnrn of the Mr licrco to pass unnoticed DYER Arrangciiuhlfaro nujo by which those from n35 0m Nkwk KnECKrKtiitiiiK Editor of ciitlcman been n miser and hoarded every assailants client This thing or attorneys or dlslarice call Mi good UirJ and lodging at very ft All communications on Iltisiness Nkwh dollar earned during a long life of honest nssultingwitncjscsiii tho stylo sonioof them r rates mlilreM to J U UuintftK l lsW toll ho would bo nu exceedingly wealthy Indulge In should not bo tolerated by The entire expenses of a full business rourc in this In All communication iimut lie accompan stlhitl3ii bidudntuIdoa book and board need not ixctedOse NICW man to day As It was and Is he has al Â¬ courts It is iingcnticnianiy ucgratnng to I Wo will ied by tho iminn of llio nutlior nniio Rollaiu ways been a charitable liberal and public an honorablo profession and the quintes V liy request witliliold tho nnmc from tho Sjnd m a list uf Nltiiis cf yiamj men rge frm i twelve to twentr spirited citizen who has accumulated nfair sence of cowardice Ilawhldcs across tho public yean and receive our College Journal tor ono year tree JLX9 PARI t Cullcgo Quarterly giving lull particulars sent free to any address competency which supports his family In fates and shoulders of the cravens guilty of 2 Wilt DAY f comfort without ostentation and with lib- the practice well laid on by strong and WALLACE GnUELLE Editor XOVISVIIiB KKXTtWKr willing arms as soon ns they emergo from eral and open handed hospitality MBathgBijBaaaaesaaaaasjjBBg ALEX W JONES Clerk JO B ALXANDER CO tho courtroom would bo just tho kind of Itobcrt K Pierce camo to this county WEDNESDAY 1870 MAY 1 n33df Proprietors more than thirty years ago u joung man treatment such creature deserve n43ly without a dollar In the world but with nrms HARDINSBURG full of strength thews strung to Industry John Haynes vs Samuel Wee continued James G Stephens vs Wm Bramlett continued AfGMT Hlectiok 1879 Wilson Jolly vs Abraham iron stricken off Kato Lallcist Guardian vs Lafayctto Lallclst and a heart filled with tho determination to Monday County court next Andrew Drlsktlls widow on petition continued continued Governor ItkB 1 HucKiarct of JcflV rsnn Of humble parentage ho had no succeed IVm J rtitchlo vs Sarah K llKchlc continJohn Burk Ac on Petition of Hcolt Mrs Elijah Doard Is visiting in Owens It Governor Jamci IIV Cantkill of Mercer ued R 0 Robertson vs Wm Rlly ot al continued ono to give him a start in lifo but was com Â¬ IIjtnniN Attorney Oencral 1 D S Richardson vs widow and holrs of Bourbon John 0 Drunrr vs V E Itellew continued Auditor pelled to make his own way In tho world boro Iavmtic llrwriTT of Herdln James 0 Stephens vs Amanda Ilurks contin Robblns ct al eontiiued Treasurer Tam W Tats of Franklin Miss Annie Doard has bcon quite ill for He went to work with a will He avoided Wm P Hall Ac on petition continued ued Hupt lnb Irntr 1 1 Iiciictt of layctto several dajs Bamberger llloom A Co vs Allen Gibson Ac John I Heeler Ac Solomon Shellman con evil companions and vicious associations Register It tLrii SnrLnov of Nelson continued tlnucd Evening walks to Lovers Leap aro In or Richard Alvey vs John Meagher and by closo application to business saving Admr Ellis Patos assigneo vs Rhoda Conwcll ct al COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET stricken off instead of squandering his earnings he der ICt tiotio bo afraid continued 1ur Representative In General Assembly McQnlddy vs is to day living comfortably comporting Now Mr Editor if you get thnt boord of Thomas I lloblnson vsPhil Frank continued Jacob Smith Ac vs John R Mattlngly con- Â¬ ItoninT K riBitci of Clovcrport Thomas Elita Robinson Ac tinued respected by all health send em up to inspect tho Duck himself decently continued E Bruner A Son vs J Gilleland ct al stricken Alfred Robardi vs l 0 Walkers widow Ac off whoso good opinion is valuable a worthy Pond 1 Tho nomocracy of Kentucky in conten David M Holder vs Robt Easton continued continued tion assembled reaffirm their attachment to tho member of society and the church nu orDr Frank now says he is not a candi- Maggy Conway vs E Fishar continued Martin McGtotblan et al vs Wm Ahl contin- Â¬ Constitution of tho United SUtos and tho union ued nament to our town and county and take date Verily Doctor jou chooso a wise Commonwealth for M flake s heirs vs John of tho States ns the best guarantee fur the liber Manah Petty vs Gatten Potty ct al continued ll ucliaven stricken ou him all in all a most excellent exemplar course ties of the pcoplo and their prosporlty and hap John W Frothcn vs Hen F Basssett continued Jamos G Haswoll Ex vs Wm T Wilson con- Â¬ piness for tho youth of the community tinued Brown Helm has sold his rcsidctico in W 0 Dean Ac vs Ham 0 Hland strlekcn off 2 They rcjoico In tho fact that It Is In their Jano Mooro vs H W Meore itrlcksn off That he is now or that he has ever been Union power to ncognlie that all tho States nro re Â¬ Star and will probably remove to S 1 Staples vs Folix 0 and Mahala Iarr conDRY VALLEY store to their political autonomy mi antagonist of the farmer mid mechanic Stcphcnsport tinued 3 They hereby record their solemn protest is an imputation too silly and childish to Win I Allen vs L D Cunningham continued Tho usual peace and dignity of this quiet that a popular crdict at tho polio has been re- Hev Mr Hardaway has been in town for John Ray vs 0 D Wheeler Ac continued Why ho has paid be seriously noticed ersed by tho action of an electoral commission neighborhood hni been completely upset by several weeks assisting Hev W W Lam Thos J Drury vs E Sanders ccntlnucd and they declnro that while lu tho interest uf out more money to tho farmers and meanother feminine fraens this time between Virginia F May Adinx vs Samuel May pracst that result was acquiesced in yet it shall buth In his ministerial work heirs continued two cousins Miss I K nnd Miss M S It not be held as a precedent for futuro violations chanics of Ilrcckcnridgc county for their nTi ly farming Martin V Lyons vs Wm 0 Lyons continued Frank Slocomb a young man of right and justice Though thus doprh cd of produce and labor during tho years he has William Knott vs Celia Drown Ac stricken off ras told that at a gathering nt Mr Sol ontrot of the Executive power In tho adminis Â¬ been in business than the entire so called with Mr Will Miller whilo returning from A arren Cook continued Ico JJ Duncan vs a n few Sabbaths ago that Miss tration of the Fcdoral tin eminent they con- Â¬ work a few evenings ago wns thrown from Tbos J Jolly vs Tbs J Trlpictts heirs can Ui passed a good portion of tho ecning in gratulate tho people of tho country at large Greenback party of tho county combined tlndod thnt tho popular mil exercised at the polls has Ho has ever paid the highest prices and a mule mid had his arm broken Whether sho did or Elizabeth May vs Samuel May srs heirs her sweethearts lap secured tho supremacy of a Democratic major nlwa s cash ever paid in the county for We notice quite a stir among a party not stricken off not Miss M says she is not able to say ity In both houses nf Congress In further ex pression of our views wo rrscdvo tnat wo hato tobacco us our farmers will testify he has identified with the Democrats of this county Jas 0 Haswell Exo vs Wm 0 and Felix Butshe was not there After Miss II found it V AiyriCTt I AS ler contlpuod viewed with intonso Interest the IssuoJbetwcen erected more buildings and paid more to Ecarc up n man who will try tobcat the Wm Anderson Admr vs sames heirs conwas talked of n great deal by parties that tho Congress of the United States and tho Pres money to mechanics therefor than any nominee tinued afraid Truly wo aro not ident and contcmpluto with unfeigned anxiety were there sho mounts her steed and rides Zeno Hendrlck Ac vs W II Webb Ac con nnil condemnation the unprecedented attitude ton named men in the county And jet a up to her undo Ss calls her aunt and Verily spring has come and we indeed tinued assumed by tho Executive In his messaco re cousin out tells them she enme up to And man like this is to be branded as ono whose feel happy to announco the fact inasmuch E Hoard vs Peter Leslie continued jecting tho supplies tendered him by tho people interests nro in no way directly identified as some of tho other correspondents lay- Â¬ Richard Pearson vs Mary A Pearson contin- Â¬ out something about them lies thnt was for tho support of tholr anby upon tho whole going About What lies asked they ued fomo condition that no milittary forco should with the interests of the laboring people have partly overlooked E Stapleton Ac vs Huntsman Turpln ct al my sitting in Mr ing around loose lup It ttas told bo used at their elections Wo do not know tho extent of Mr Pcnicks tho matter1 thoughumntcntionallywo hopo to me said M for the truth I did not stricken off 4 That wo heartily indorse tho position taken John Harr Ac vs Adam Rarr Ae eontinuod You are a what by our Senators and Itcpresontativ cs in Congress lauded possessions as a farmer but wo aro and in view of this wo drop in hero just Samuel 0 Hlack vs Mary A lllack eontinuod know said Uto think of it liar I You started it from tho in coupling with the appropriation bills now not nfruid to venture the assertion that Mr this particular time to assure tho ten James II Hancock v Susan V Pools heirs beginning at 3 pending a demand for redress of grievances by continued tho repeal of existing laws which tolerate tho Picrco owns mid pajs taxes on five acres thousand readers of tlio Nuns that this From that they begnn Tho more they WALL STREET OPPOSITE BOWMER HAMBLETONS F Fraixo vs Wm Meagher continued presence of soldiers at tho polls the contlnuanco of farming lands to his one aud leave the thing though trivial Indeed nnd bearing E Hoard vs Allen Whitworth tnlkcd the louder they talked until the strickon off of test oaths as a condition for jury sen ice and decision to the county tax books neighbors gathered in to see what was up but little if uny importance to other things Jno W Wiihelm vs Mary W Wllhelm con- After tho employment of Supervisors and Deputy it calmed down n little they inquired tinued Mr Picrco as a member of the county that wo heretofore have been mentioning Marshals to control elections into the broil they advised them to get on Ico R limner vs Lanes heirs continued 5 That in this great issuo between the peo board of magistrates has provod himsolf is just what wo huve been watching for for Jno T Milncr vs Louis their horses and rido until they settled it 0 Johnson continued plo and a partisan Kxecutivo wo hao Implicit W A Stuart vs Oco C Dowden stricken off The last I henrd from them they had gath confidenco in our Senators and Representatives to bo scrupulous energetic and ever ready the last thrco months nnd will still continue W A Stuart vr Jno H Dellaven continued ered a cood notliou of the company that and indorsing their action up to the prosent in furthering and fostering the best inter- to watch patiently though calmly So Hen Miller vs Jno R Paul continued was nt the tintliering nnd wcro at Mr As hereby assure them of our hearty support in ests of the county never lending his voice remembering at the same time that not- Slaughter Iorsheo vs M A Hlilh continued gnte Miss D rearing and charging nnd wbateier aitlon they may take to maintain tho or vote to visionary and expensivo bchemes withstanding all these sayings about this Felix Duller Assignee Ac vs Irarcls Car pawing the ground trying to get Miss M fundamental principle that tho military power mon continued shall bo kept subordinate to tho civil and that for squandering the peoples moucy or as beautiful gush of spring tbo birds flowers off her horse until she could wear tho elections shall bo free from executiro Interfersenting to projects that would incrcaso tax- etc etc our bonrding house has yet the Mary Dean Ac vs John S Llghtfoot stricken ground out with her But Miss M no ence off modest and lad v ation without producing compensating re- first timo to set up a mess of fresh peas aud James Miller vs Harriet Mook Ac oontlnueJ down especially Iikc to engage in a knock8 That wo aiiproo tho action of tho General with her cousin was rcsisl Assembly in submitting to the people tho ques- Â¬ sults Mary D Wathen vs Jeo W Wathen contin- Â¬ True mid faithful in his private rc potatoes ja20 y ing What was or will be tho final result tion of calling a contention for the purposo of ued A Svmpathizhh forming a Stato Constitution Wm L Hodges vs Wm B Hardaway con- Â¬ I am not nblo to say and tre hereby lotions true and faithful in his business New goods nt Heard Dcclers this week riirumcnd tho call to tho favorable consideration transactions tinued true mid faithful to public DccA nice stock of Lawns at Dcard of tho Democratic voters of tho Ktiito Geo L 1atc Assignee vs Henry X Bell Ac trusts ho is one eminently fitted to perform W p JKNNINGS J W HAYNES continued thnt other and higher trust for which his lers II D Basbain vs Henry II Blaxton contin- Â¬ Ckimi mid whisky arc Sinmcso twins Itojti Ladies mid Misses Shoes the ued party havo put him forward and to which D R M Smith Ac vs Sallio Wale Ac con- Â¬ latest stj les out at Dcard and Declcrs we earnestly hope the pcoplo of llreckcn tinued Fish tales aro the net proceed of ly rldgo county will almost unanimously set Dcard k Dccler have a fresh supply of R R Pierco vs J 11 Steel stricken off the seal of their approval at tho polls Spring Goods which they oru selling very E Board vs R E Cox stricken off Agent for Tell City Woolen Mills lt L Newsom vs Jno C Mercer Ae eontinMuiidui is tho first born of tho marriage low for cash Call and see them uod Will be nlwnjs ready to tnko in wool for the rutoher to whisky of Tun election for appellate judge in the Call and see Mits Lizzie Gregory if jou John R DeUaven vs John Watts holrs concarding or exchange Fiuce ran Ciumxa JjgROlKIFTOHS AND BEAI EHS IN tinued first district enme off Monday We hope need any Millinery Goods Gcncr lb grease lc per lb carding and James Miller vs Harriett Mook continued Tub Democrats caino very near sweeping that Holt was elected Tho triumph n43 lt of Qeorgo B Kinnison vs Isaao Davis Ac con- Â¬ spinning 18c per lb Miss Lizzie Gregory has a full line of La Indiana unanimous at the local elections Hargis would ben sore disgrace to the State tinued dies Donncts Hats and etc trimmed in L L Iregory vs Martha Rodes continued last week J the latest style J D Heeler vs Thomas J Jolly continued From my place in Cloycrport Ky on iLonui Hahuimj of tho Indianapolis And Manufacturers of Don Indkksom nutl Henry Ward Bcccher Fred FrlsoAcvs Wathen CFrankcontlnuod Miss Lizzie Gregory has opened tho Mil- J F Arms Admr Ac vs Mary Spuar con May 8lh one small Ayrshire cow full red would mnko u nice team for tho Dculs Herald bhooting the other morning at n Any person leaving inabout 4 years old tinued linery Shop owned by her mother and will brother editor proved himself to bo almost family carriage Qeorgo II Algood vs Mary and Cbastluo Hall formation at J L Millers shopa of tho ns bad a shot us tho fellow who popped at continue to carry on tho business as heretowhreabouts of tho animal will bn liberally Ac stricken oil u Miw Dkttii IVmsmtu was married to tho Russian Emperor Almost but not fore She will be glad to seo any of her for- John 1 Pool Admr vs the heirs and credirewarded HENRY MBYfiltS j Every description of MnrbloiWoik executed pro nptly in tho most workmnnliko of Polly P Pool decoascd continued tors n3 3t MrJohnCucoeriii Perry county Indiana quito as bad for ho hit two persons ho mer patrons and nil others that may wish Green A nawklns vs Allen Rollins continued New and llcruitifu designs Low Priced nnd fair style and satisfaction Guaranteed anything in tho millinery line tho other day Sho literally pocketed her didnt shoot at while tho Itussian chap dealing James M P Pool vs E Board et al continNEW FAST AND ELEGANT ued WALL STREET BETWEEN ELMJAND POPLAlt cue missed all creation Worn or tiik Arxii Tebm or thi Cib dit Harvey A Keith Passongor Stoomor Court How thr Eqcitt Docket wjis lis- - Wm Sublott vs vs Cicorge Harned eontinuod Ben Horn Ac stricken off DmttovvB of Michigan resigucd his com Tnu romovnl of the party hcadquartcrR rosrn Or July 31 ly door go Ann Davis vs Clinton Davis continued mission in tho Federal nrmy tho first time Joseph H Thomas Admr vs Joseph to Frankfort npiin was a who measure James Boyle vs Henry J May Ao continued Thomas heirs leavo to recall on motion and A II Bridwell vs Samuel C Crawford contin They should never hac been taken from ho heard tho whistling of rebel bullets and stricken off ued pxrami 0 gjifimy iyjj wmij Ismg yLM d fflttffiiKfflssflLQyjAsy Duttcrworth tho Cincinnati Congressman thorc in the first placu Alfrtd Hawkins vs Edward Qulgglns con- Â¬ L 11 Helm vs Rlloy Riddle eontinuod tinued ran from tho flnld tho first battle he was in W J Dean vs J T F Owen continued Co Edward Kellys Admr vs Jo A Poyton What sort of a Democratic ticket would and was compelled to resign in consequence Robert Fry in I ro vs W II Dlx stricken off continued Williamson Brown vs John Lewis Ac con Justice Field of California and Lt Gover- Â¬ These two heroes nro now tho bravest war- Â¬ Mary Ann Stephens v Jefferson Jenuingi Exr i tinued G V THOMPSON Clerk nor Doralieiiner of New York make Hoth riors in arms against tho dead Confederacy continued NEURALGIA U YSPEISLA IIIXIOUSNESS as well as all forms cl MALARIAL Allen Whitworth vs James Collins continued Jcsso C Tauls Admr vi Josso C Tauls heirs FEVERS and DISEASES aro permanently cured by sell Hound Trip Tickets from ill brains and honesty in it Kh boj s Wbittelshofer A Ycokel vs Henry S Burch continued botwetn Henderson nnil Ioulivillo stricken Deal tables being too expensive to ham Wm II Taul duardlau on Petition to dlvido Stophon S on Brown vs Catherine Tobin contin Â¬ to Cincinnati anil return cood durinz tbo Tin Henderson Now to get off about mer to pieces with a gavol tho President of amleontlnuod Quinine ued Jtdott not coutnin Artenle Catomel Zterntry luiwitumu or Iurtou uuVru0i months of Mar and Juno Including stateroom mny immciiHN iiij u uniNii ray Uon l lOTjrel Inlt II JOMVIUlll lionnn tho weakest pun ever attempted stjles our tho Louisville School Doard has discovered Jefferson Jennings Exe vs Simon llramlett Nancy M Dates Admx vs John W Hates in port for SIX DOLLAItS moro of these poisons r slronif dnics or IKJn olhtrs KlIllUllV as IK1U UK what utile claim they continued et a continued Cincinnati offers more attractions to visitors publisher J I Cabbage In tli3 full that member J It W Smiths head is an Oco W Iloyds Admr vs deo W Boyds lnvfi to merit At best II1CJT Utliy KIVU lEtIKJJ VV tlw II1M0 to n riiuntuUy Injure Jamos T Miller vs E S Bell continued tlioso two months than during all others of tho Magtll Chill Cure 1U111C aiU rfippCUZVT IUU1V11V IIU irwuuiiMiumiUMj tho system quivrr of tho Inw is thero no nrrow to picrco excellent nnd inexpensive substitute Wo heirs continued Llttleborry Maey vs James A Turner contin- year and wishing to favor excursionists I mako other lunnful Inirroilknt nnd rn ty bo riven to joun chlldrtn or persons In feeble litnllhwith- Josso W Kincheloo Ao vs Jefferson Jennings inu uronricior nojos nunseii rtiiKinsi- nut possibility ot n shadow of Injury twinir prodi uu offenso like thin ued this liberal reduction to any wishing to make would respectfully inform the Street De Â¬ hie fur Uils stjtcniciit uud nlcdircj lilrosell lu the public to jruard and irotiU the aluolute purity heirs continued WScott Allen vs Hulda Frances Allen con- the round trip Tho N0HT1I AMERICAN v u 7 and creat merit of this medicine by pervonal ntfcntlon to II J inaimfkitiirr partment of that city that they might further Wm Miluer vs Peter Hubbard and wife con- Â¬ commences June 11 LKSTKIl tinued TJils naturally BJINOEUKEST It every married mnu who exerts him letters from perom saylnitiicy havo lxcn humbutrired by worthless medicine tinued Ao nun vs Laura WAMACK the Crest Tragedian Madame R fl Robertson Guardian mtkestucmsko tical and Is likely to destroy confidence even In nrlltlcs 01 ruumeiir utilize the caput of that eminent legal swash Ilcn M pelf to merit tho confidence of tho barkeep Tauls Admr vs sames heirs con- Â¬ dnds of statement similar to tho ono Rlvm h rcwllh could bo pidillshed If our Pee allow cd Wbeatly continued tho Champion Walker ANDERSON PAUL tinued ofR Tlio proprietor refers to tlunuimls vthnhne used this medicine and arc advising others George Hook vs William Jones continued UOYTON the World renowned Swimmer will ers would only take half tha troublo to re- buckler in repairing their damaged wooden to mo it as vldenecs of Its merit Irom J Singleton No ri JellerKiii Strctt Iajulsville Kv Annlo Murray Excx vs Jno R Taul con Leo Mattlngly vs Susan J Heavin oontlnued all be thoro Isutrcrcd for many cars almost constantly with Ietrand Airno csr Clulls March 10 1S79 turn tho esteem uud affection of his wifo pavements tlnuod E H Stone Admr vs K B Clark et al conThe Animals at the Zoological Garden will bo had scvertl doctors used Qiilnlno nnd iHhcr inedltlnca freely all filleil to cure inc was encn Exox vs Sam It Taul contin Â¬ nnd children there would bo n noticeable plctdy unfilled for work MaRlH Chill Cure Tonic and App tirer enrrd mo I est Ajuriist and I In their summer quarters SHILLITOS groat tinued tho Covington Commonwealth ft Annio Murray Isnt I Ullevc this I pilmd rapidly In flesh and strciiKth ued havo rnjnynl rnrfect health ever ilncc W L Hasharu vs Xanoy Hasham continued of American Palace tho decrease of unhappy homes in this world little affnbotit tho power of tho Stato Cen Jefferson Jennings vs Ioguitlno P Pool con- - Dtey A Rogers vs James M Rogers contin- Dry floodswill havo SpringBntar Summer Open Â¬ medicine posscs ei inot remarkahlo merit and in my case it was apparent from tho very hrt and Fashions per uouie 1 or saw oy aniRista anu jenerai uumit 1rice 100 dote 1 used tinueil ued HILL- Â¬ tral Commlttco to appoint county commitAnd with the ings until Juno 15th Oecrgo A Mullen vs Jesse 0 Mailow con- Â¬ William Claycotnb vs Isaao Whitworth strick Â¬ TOP KKSOnTS Wk are in roceipt of n proposition to pub free to all the Paris of Our understanding Is that the Detees tinued We decline en off America will bo seen nlien most attractive lish a lottery ndvcrtlkumcnt llillltllllillillilllTlHillnnfiTlnnr mocracy of each county is to organize their Hensley A-- Heard vs Harnett Fishers heirs Thompson Green vs Georgo OHawkins strick The floff carries a Full String Hand A it Whuti we mnko up our mind to assist own commlttco and report tho names to tho eontinuod en off lood Time ii promised Invito your friends in robbing nur patrons of their monoy wo Central Committee mid it is only in cases Knbt Hoard vs Iluoy Johnson continued Toy A Mcador it Thomas Meador stricken aud join us on a trip Yours respectfully Thomas OConucll vs Itobt and Wm Farmer off U0I1EHT W WISH n301y n2ro hhatl purchase u burglars outfit and do tho whero this very important work Is neglected eontinuod Thomas J Drury vs J Ann Drury Ao oonrobbing oursalf mid thus avbld division of William Mactya Widow on petition continued tlnued that tho Central Commlttco is empowered A J McManaray VJ James Qulgglns continIV W Badger vs Trustees Clorerport Baptist tho swag with tho lottery thieves to act for them Wo may bo mistaken but ued Go church eontinuod Jctlcrson Jennings llxox vs Iiaao McCamtsh R L Newsom vs William Hlnioly et al con- Â¬ this Is certainly our understanding Khsttcky must look to her laurels Sho continued tinued scored only one murder Inst week whilo Christopher Wilson vs Joel C Allen stricken Tub Republican conspiracy to overthrow i0 Tinu 1879 xqcity irriiiBixcxs at Ohios siring run up to nino murders seven We are nropared to make Liberal Advances on tho libcitlrs of tho pcoplo Is far more dan- Â¬ Amenta 0 Allen vs loo W Allen continued James L Burton Exr vs Ed D Burton eon Tobaeco for shipment to the above Firm in rapes four clopoinunts of married woinon Kahn A Wolf vs Wathen A Sklllinan contingerous to tho republic than was tbo armed tinuod We are also prepared to Fo Now York City ued four seductions undthrco suicides all re Nancy E Dlekson vs Charles A Diokion strick- Â¬ tory Dry for Farmers and others and will tho South to diwolvo tho union William Niohnls vs Pavid Koan continued ported by tho Cincinnati Enqulreru special attempt of to open sweet en off The Confederates made no Oeorgo If Icgrond Admr vs Juno 1 Pool Sweeney A Stuart vs Heury 8 Burch Guardian guarantee evory hogsheadthe season on Freights We have acontraot for with tho buck counties to of tho Stales correspondents continued war upon popular liberty nor tho political Jerso Hpcnoers holrs on petition continued Ac continued and will give our patrons the inside track Jiaar from Wm Boot Ao vs Hdward F Pllo stricken off Should freights doellno from our standpoint wo rights of citizens nnd had tho manliness to John Deans heirs on petition continued James Hanks vs Jamos Bobbins continued can avail of it Rates shall not exceed Sao nor Dk Duckiiuun needs coaching badly present tho Issuo of secession in a sliupo Thomas A McUlll vs Susan Warren continued 100 lbs delivered In the Warehouse In Itew Hambleton A Nswiora vs E lisbor Ao convs Jo D and J K Mercer conWc notico that In an interview at Cincin- Â¬ that could bo met and disputed by forco of Conbya heirs York City and may come less tinued tinued continued Louisa Horace For tha benefit of the trade wo will state that nati the other dny ho staled that our re Â¬ arms Iho conspirators nt Washington 8 V K Hoards Admr vs 6 V U Hoards Jcsie P Seott vs vs Cas AGregory Askinsou Ao strick Â¬ Tobaeoo Is frequently bought and shipped from Boston heirs continued cent State convention endowed tho wield work tholr evil quietly nnd covertly jet on off tho Westorn cities to New York for safe but U It I Newsom vs Win Iesle stricken off Ho is nono tbo less remorselessly and thcrcforo John Ylgard vs Id Pate contluued Daniel 11 Severs vs Columbus V Wedding con rarely shipped from New York to the West for al policy of renominating Tlldon tinued sale P V A II V DUNCAN John Zucauf vs Mary Howull continued It did nothing of tho kind The tho moro dangerously until tho country mistaken ntO flm Mary Henley vs Anderson Bewley continued Martin V Turpln vstlustava Hartb continued with that object In view resolutions offered llko it maiden in tho tolls of tho soducor Hay A Co vs ilrasbear A Hawkins contlnusd Strother Glastcoek vs Winston Glasscock con- Â¬ tinued wore referred to the tomb of ho Capulcts will bo despoiled before it is nware that D 11 Murray and V Daniel vi IUnry Walker L II Helm A Co vs W II Handy Ac stricken continued m tho committee on resolutions proved to danger menaces it Tho patriotic peoplo off Iltldsuf A Hro vs Warren Singleton contln Â¬ ho from which even Ihcir ghost never can not be loo vigilant No truo lover of 0 M MeUlothan vs samo stricken off usd and s took of James Miller Aovs Wm DoIIavcnet al con ONI house aud lot itore houio Wo aro afraid thnt somebody republican Institutions can afford to sleep Joseph Holt vs E II Mercer continued emerged Splendidly located and at a good tinued Jennings Ao con will Iibv to rend lie official report of tho on his arms while this Implacable foo to a Jeff Jennings vs Nathsnjel For terms apply to Chick A Dentvs Isaac Datton et al continued bargain tinued proceeding of ho convention to our can FIOKII Llvy Holder vs Charles I Pate continued free ballot and an unlratmackd judiciary is CI I Jolly vs Tkouisi Adklutu Ac contlu Cutter llreckcnrldgo Co hy didate for Governor as it is cry evident 373m nithnrd Baudy vs Isaao Wbitwprth eontinuod ued in the Geld that he is not posted BUEOKENltf DGE NEWS rtlnitsrtKrt Kentucky bioii Â¬ Tub llurlington Hawkoyc commenting on Senator Decks declaration that Iho Demoeratlo party has stood by tho negro remarks that It wouldnt havo been much worso for tho negro If n pickpocket had aloud by biiii If he had kept n little further nwny from Iho Domocratlo parly ho would now havo moro money to get to Kansas Tho Hawkcjc evidently labors un with der the delusion that tho Democratic party Is composed of Gen 0 O Howard and iho Directors of tho late Frcedmens Dank SAVE YOUR MONEY ZESostcl ivfl stnvw VjT a jr jr W yj 1 1 r Ay jf lfe Wagron Sparing 7vrtgonSJ lESeapers aiacL2vowxi3 of all 3sindQ dec tfetMl m Â¬ 8sV Â¬ Â¬ ts VV jTsis srxxia jfjvr a jtjt avc VNtPjzvjQrj Xtf JssT x9kt9 FARMERS TIinOUGlIOUT m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 rz I ljrXv GV 7 f A COR MARKET AND SEVENTH WARR BURKS Proprs Democratic Ticket Â¬ J Proprietors Flour Meal and Feed kept on hand and for sale at ine lowest marKet rates PLANTEKS MILL HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY A P HOOK TLAriTOIlM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MONDAY AND TUESDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ jrs Lumber of all kinds constantly on hand as cheap as any body Tobacco Hogsheads a specialty Cash paid for Wheat FIRST CLASS SAW MILL vV Â¬ Stoves Tinware and Glittering WALTER SKILLMAN Â¬ Â¬ W Â¬ a HiciijiiuVr Â¬ Â¬ Dealers in Ss STOVES iMtiemcs Walter Skillman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RepairingTin RoofingGtittering and all kinds of Job Work done promptly and in the best manner Our prices are guaranteed to be as low as any other house Please give us ji call and learn our terms pwwprpw mwFN- V ii Â¬ r r New Advertisements Â¬ M Hamman Â¬ IS Â¬ lllfe J W HAYNES CO Â¬ STRAYED mi IIMEE 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MONUMENTS TOMBSTONES ETC Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Clcrverport Fever ZerxtvLOls v Â¬ Jas W Gaff ROBT WISE Master Â¬ Ague Chills 1 Fever Â¬ WILL Magillo Chill Care Tonic and Appetizer M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HENRY A MAGILL Propr LonisTille Ky Â¬ For sale by A R FISHER Clovcrport Ky Â¬ Â¬ Sawyer Wallace ira I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE LA CASTELLANO PURE LONG HAVANA FILLER m ml Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Sale FOR 5 CENTS JUST EECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J D BABBAGE rf l V Wfmmmwmt lllflllllllll flfh lBisaliili HSim i TWWjuafliwmi1 P tAil4BfeW d yl A T7nrr iv fe Ji i - Mil iij M - i l j WmC M jy y LL 11 v MI l i Ings SUPPLEMENT In the district ol the Slate shall horcafter elect one of their number as chairman of the district here a disgruntled Louisville dele Â¬ gate who had no chair moved that the con- Â¬ vention adjourn until thn delegates kmld find tho chair to which they were ontltlod Ho wa duly sat down upon but wanted to explain even after his motion was lost jj WHIN J 1- m - ii l y j M i NEWS EBTADLIUHED 1864 i THE CONVENTION life IlIB IMtOHTAMT COMkllTTfK The 1iillowliig gentlemen wero named n the dltlHront districts us member of tho committee on ermaricnt organUatlon credentials and resolutions Organization K I Bullock of Hick man county Credential It L Cobb of McCrackon county Besolutlons James I Garnett of Trigg lltnry Htlckrod Henry Arbllmrdt Matt Jut Liedorkranz Hall Filled With Patriotic Politicians and yily Wire Workers Tho Nominooa and tho Elo M Qwont Spooohos hint Dttrct r KUMAXENT OIUIANIZATION t if Li - Si In ft ft v tf i I T V i Hon Kdward Grassland chalrmaif of tho committee on organization made tho folBerenty Yfr Kxprrienre hs prored It lowing Report Your committee on pormanent organiTie Best Mnstari in tie WorM zation would report a follows jH John V For Permanent Chairman Third District Stevenson of Kenton THE PROCEEDINGS IN 1JULL Connoisseurs Pronounoe It for Purity PunK A Stookdale Iiogan Organization ForVIco Presidents already published gency and Flavor Unequalled For Secretaries Tho Poor of Hick Â¬ D 0 Walker Simpson Credentials man Resolutions Cattlett Thompson Met- Â¬ James Captain V Kof Bell of Andorson v3 First DaV May I Note K Polk A Mundy Davio roiiiFt TVttlmoitlalsi Promptly at nine Thursday mornlngj tlw calfe Johnson of Louisville Kmmctt 0 Logan After fifty years experieneo I would not lv i ONKOAN for one hundred or any other T Vice Iresldont J B Walker Alien of Louisville J W Hopper of Marlon delegates to tlio Domratfo Stnto ConvenHell St I O 0 Ray of Logan I pronounce It without hesitation unequal-cd-- Ii tion bogan to assemble fit LioderkrnjizIInl Fourth District 1 Tho rules of tlio House ot Representa Â¬ Illaekburn M 1 Riving promfco of n very lnrfjo attendance Organization W B Read of Laruo 1 I retard It as the best I ever used W tives ofKontticky bo adopted a thet rules Ystidell M I - of this convention with tlio Idea Of all apparently Imbued Credentials A B Montgomery of HarI roufjclntly state that no other brand Is as fcxnlj J M llollowsy M I That tho order of this convcntlonjbe as hastening tholr work and securing an carlv s Consider ft superior in overy rospeot for hotel 1 follows The delegations from tho us-Resolutions K E MoKny of Kelson adjournment n or private use Ulranl House Philadelphia 1 Roports of committee cISti t uorcroniinend it to alt families ami hotels as various Yongrosslonal districts nssotnblcd In Vico lrosldent L It7 Thurman of 2 Nominations in tho following order the best and most economical Ilurnet House Cincinnati Planters lluui e St Louis tliorooms assigned them and tolccted gen Washington Govbrnor For purity pungency and flavor tis Lieutenant Governor tlomen to roprceont tbwin in tho various Fifth DUtrict Ifotel Co tlslt House J Co Louisville Attornoy General - Dr Sv II Wathenof other rou- Â¬ OrganizationconlinlttcoK and porldrm those Auditor For Sale by Prlnoipal Drug Houses and The burl on our wlro being 4 pointcd and only nine Inches apart are moro eflectivo tine duties necessary to a prompt organiza- Loulsvlllo i Troasurer Grocers Everywhere than nny other make Wo have loth Japanned and galvanlxeil double strand which tion The pleasant rivalry for the transitory Credentials JohnJ Atherton ol LouSuperintendent of Public Instruction 6c CO I specially recommendod tho barb will not turn or slip Our No i plain annealed Register honor thus nflbrdod was an acreoablofeat- - isville Is tho cheapest of all wire Bote Manufacturers mid runs about 1500 feet to the i oil of 100 pounds Tho committoo will make a further re meetings and of courao Rnsoluiions lleiiry Wnttorson of Louuro of these district Staple for same Fencing Nails LOUIBVIIiLE KY ED OROSSLAND Chairman port J the lucky follow eo In tho future possible lsvlllo x Dr W II Wathen and Judge Jesse 0 Wheelbarrows Garden Railroad and sectional war aro rapidly disappearing and judgeships seats In the leneral Assembly Aiee Irn ldent W VV Taylor of Old Gilbert were appointed to wait upon Gov Â¬ the sober second thoucht of the poonlo is or Congressman taking their start from this ham k taking theirplace As a consequence tho Brick Spades Shovels Scoops ernor Htevonson and notify him of his bright May day of tho Democracy The Sixth District Iemocratto party is rapidly regaining Its election as permanent chairman disappointed once enn watt for the Lord Organization strength and power Already tho legls- J T Simons of Pendle- Â¬ Georgo W Darnell of Fayotto county moii tlative branch of our federal govornmont nas knows Kentucky has enough and to sparo ton offered the following which wu referred John 0 Underwood seconded tho noml- - passed under Democratic control and had Credentials of conventions and election Rod Porry of Gallatin Send all order to Resolted oy the Democratic party 0 nation of Dr L V Blackburn In eloquent common sense decency or honesty prevall Reitolution Theodore E Hallatn of Kentucky That we approve tho resolution NTUK CONVENTION ehould now havo tho oxeciitlvo depart A AsonoofhlsoppononU bo asked torms c was a very4 largo one notwithstanding Kenton calling for a State convention for the pur Â¬ that tho nomination of Blackburn bo jui trilth h powerful and must provall Dr pose Of forming a State constitution and a lack of Intoresfwhlch began when It was Secenth District rotributlvo lattice issuro Jt is only a ques-we hcrebv commend the call to the favora- Â¬ proclaimed by acclamation known that Dr Illaekburn had rccolved Credentials A II Smith Honry Itlon of tlmo and patience when it will come ble consideration of the Democratic voter The Question was nut and sufllclent instructed vote to entitle him to Organization Henry Buford Payette of tho State cn niACKnonx was uvanimoukiv nomi- - Ielfollow Domocrats that the auspicious tho honor of being called King of tho Resolutions Stoddard Johnston nosr ftt nnnt1- - If ln0 Democratic m0 PATKNTKi ANI MANUFtrrniBlt OP W C Miller of Madison offered the fol- Â¬ Natkd party will but lav aside their sectional prej Vice President Matt Tumey Bour lowing resolution Jiay when it is written that it was a Tho chair appointed Governor J 0 Un Metf nml wronni animosities and come up representative Kentucky body it need not bon Resolved That this convention earnestly derwood and Hon Theodore L Jones a a men and patriot shouldor to shoulder be Paid ialso tlmt hero woro lino looking tiiyhtk District recommend to the State Domocratio Com committoo to inform Dr Blackburn of his I standing as thoy do upon that great foun- mltteo to call all future State convention men nor that a plight tendency to mako u Credentials 0 J Bronston Madixon aation oi civil noerty t laid iown hy our to bo hold at Frankfort until further recom nomlnation fathers they can and will elect some true Jaw romarks was occasionally apparent Organization T 0 Boll Mercer Hit lllACKllimN 8 RKMAIIKX mendation of a different point by tlio peo Â¬ Rnd g00l mH 0 pr5jle ovor lu iilLKl TOORDRU Resolutions Mi J Durham Boyle ple in convention assembled In that struggle I shall bo found on Dr Blackurn bolng conducted to the DKALKU IN Vice Prcsldont 0 J Rochester LinWhen the doors wero opened tho impa Â¬ v Tho abovo was received with mingled stand by tho special committee J 0 Un- - 8mrd wnrr varJ trlln 11no- I crat will M tient delegates poured rapidly in and the coln lul you mv0 J01 unnninei dprwno1 nM call of approval and disapproval I hinlneu let JOHN nttend In I atinll nut ilutuln hall was speedily filled with tho delegates Ninth District 11 r A B C Evans of Bullitt offered a resolu you longer 1 again rciicrato tlio oxpre- uiiu urn iiutiiiriT uir tH iHt iiimmutuiK j whoVware distinguished by green silk CreocntlaU RtclutrdReid Montgomery Machinery Seeds and on Ol mv sincore thank tlonprovlding for the holding of all future Dr uiiku iiincKuurn mo mm gciverngr for the hlirh Much dissatisfaction was expressed badge of Kentucky Organization Judge McClure Rock Â¬ Democratic conventions In the wood honor yon havo bestowed upon me and GENERAL COMMISSION at thedelay in supplying badge and tho castle Thomas L Jones proposed three rheer wish you all a safe and happy roturn to BROKER By J U Graham of drawn county yew nome alter tlin completion of vour Resolutions I I White Clay thundering at the doors told how anxious Resolved by tho Democracy of Ken- Â¬ for thn next - e nvernor of Knntiiekv Dr L mportant duties hero 322 Main St bot Eighth and Ninth all wcrtj to begin work It was apparent Vice President John Dishman Knox tucky tliat we condemn in tho strongest 1 jiacKourn ivinen wero given James E Cantrill received the unanimous terms the action of Mr R B Hayes tho as In the late Republican convention that arxKcn or tiik hfko of hickmin Tenth DUtrict for office of lieutenant govern ei derdnt President of the United States LouUvillo meant to bo seen and heard the Mr Cintrman and GentUmem Dele nomination Credential Van B Young Bath in vetoing the appropriation bill passed by gates In responding to tho polite invita or He was in troduced by Governor Ste dalogaUon hbwj ns then takhig thu lot K Cole Fleming Organization A the representative of the people in Con tion to aililres you extended by your com- Â¬ venson and made a very eloquent speech seats In the mlddlo tior fronting the stage Resolutions Kraery Wbitakcr Mason grcis assomblrd as being odious to all mittee permit mo as the first impulse of lover of a free batlotl At 12 oclock Judge T L llnrnett of Lou- Â¬ Ylco President Col Barrett Martin my heart to roturn to you and through Night Session Hon Clint Griffith moved the follow 1 in sliuii- - iiiiimi iiiiiiiiiv niv nPMrn no n lt a isville chairman of the Democratic Cen- Â¬ State at Large V iovemor Mevenson called the conen 3 3 i l tral Committee appeared on tho stage Organization Basil Duke J5d Cross lowing Prltchard ofTered tingulshed honor you havo this day confor- - j ion 0 orlfr Jlr- - k- Resolved by tliU Democratic convention and his nuthoritntivarap on tho table land i the following resolution red upon me Â¬ AVhen called tho convention to order Credentials 1 am free to confes Malcolm YeamanR K Lit that tho State executive committee be rethat tho honor AoAv That after the third ballot for quested to call all future Democratic State which you have bestowed In selecting mo any candidate which may be taken at this tle this had boeri done Jtidgo Iturnott said i conventions on the 8th of January Jacka tho candidate of tho Democratic party convention Resolutions the hindmost candidate be J M Bigger W 0 P sons day Reforred Gentlemen of the Contention On the for tho ofllco of Oovornor of tho noblo old dropped and so upon each succeeding bal- 8th Of November last your committee called Breckinridge M O Allan of Cumberland offered this fVmmnnirAaWli 1ia fill v 1A nu- - Rill v w nvira State convention of nooplo to assomblo In ioi uniu a nomination oc reacneu Mr J M Atherton of Louisville moy resolution In of tlio MANUFACTUItHltS who ninko tlw ltcst Article Ksteeming tlw tiro ot my political ambition i this city this day and in accordance with T w ed that all resolutions bo referred to the Recognizing- as a truth of history that a I do tie tvdtlon of chief evtHMtivo of LiMiNt 3Ionuv and that Place In at that resolution you liavo assembled and it Nominations for attorney general were 11 becomes my duty to call you together I commfttM on resolutions without debate 0 J Timon was constitutionally elected this proud Btato as tho most honorable Prcsldont of tho United States in 167C and within tho direct gift of a free people It declared in order The chair asked the gen thank tho party for jtho honor conferred which was adopted Co that said ofBco was lost to him by fraud wo shall th tho earnest endeavor of my life In tlemcn putting names in nomination to upon mo at the contention fouryearsago non John D McUenry of Daviess tho event of my election to discharge tho j declare now as the senso of this convention u 1 Wel1 at Frankfort I ni fortunato in being se- Â¬ heir nnle aml 3 county moved tho following resolutions 78 80 that Justice to him as the wiirthy loader in dutlM pertaining o it in a manner credit- - Bvcnames of lected fo be placed with true Democrats hef candidates and I now roturn that trust to you It is which wero rofcrrod to the committee on that contest and the cauo of popular elec- Â¬ ahlo to myself and witlsfactorv to ou I IOST I true attain tho eminent position j Mr O It Hogan of Grant county nom- tions alike domand that he be renominated may It now necessary hat you perfect a temporary resolution by the Democratic party in 18R0 and re- - wunouvino Dniiisni poimeHi reporu arm fnated Hon O D McManama of Grant organjiwtljm Resolved That the Democrats of Ken- Â¬ have loarnod of others who llohr D lollenry ot Ohio county tucky in convention assembled now ex olccted to the position which bofairl7 won havo preceded byovpfrieiiceof this I shall nl me Hut and of which ha has eon unjustly de nominated Honry 0 llnrnett of ladndali press their unqualified condemnation of prived Judge WC Miller of Madison nopd you thai If elected I shall trans- promlso un- - nated Hon W P Hardin of Merecft for temporary chairman after which Col anv comnromise bv which the choice of the Governor Stevenson in returning thanks mlt the position to mv sueeetwor pure American fairly and fully expressed J Stoddard Johnston O 0 Howies and hi wiu poimpeople vv ovc rmrneaor iiiwaritu for bolng choson to preside over tlio delib tarnUhed and as unsullied with nny taint General Harris nominated Hon U A can Lieutenant Governor John Underwood and tho principle being a fundamental ono erations of tio convention made a very eclvo it from tho longlliiH of my illustrious JonMl of I0ul1 lie Hm JLa JLsi institutions should be oung of Hath nominated Mr an I wero placed in nomination lion C if In republican predecessors handsome speech sacredly adhered to in the peaceful Inau- Â¬ canvass up in tne present nas oeen Hon John E Cooper of Morgan JlcKlroy asked as a friend of Oovornor John D Wlokllfle of Nelson moved to on ino guration of all elective oflicors from the a friendly rivalry among good Demo Underwood that his name be withdrawn Judge Jett of Frankfort withdrew the President of tho United State down to reconsider tho vote fixing the order of pro- Â¬ crats a to who should ho tho standard flglit In tho ranks the most trivial State offices That gentleman caino to ceeding and proeoed to nominations This bearer of the old Democratic party and name of Judge McManama at the Intters lesolrtd That we bullovo Samuel J was ruled out of order of tho party and aid it In reaching the full Â¬ bear its glorious colors fureniMt In the ap- request proaching struggle with olir political op- Â¬ Mr R S Chcvis withdrew the name of est success Governor Underwoods namo Tllden and Thomas A Hendricks were Milton Hamilton of Kenton offored tho ponents duly elected as President and Vice Presi- Â¬ The policy of the Democratic John K Cooper at Mr Coopers request waj withdrawn aufld upplause dent of the United State in November following party like that of tho greatest nation of The nominations before the convention Tho convention decided to elect tempor Â¬ 187C and should liavo been Inaugurated as antiquity the Romans decrees no triumphs ary olllcors by a rising vote a toller being such and that the manner by which they and erects no monuments toperpotuatothn betng now confined to Hardin and Jones on assembled that wo aro stren Hardin appointed from each congressional district were cheated out of said offices wa a fraud uously and unalterably opposed tofdefocto memory of vlctorlos won In civil war by the ballot resulted as follows upon tho people of tho country and upon Presidents Only those wh to returning Roman ovor Human llnfore the resolution could bn put into effect our republican Institutions votes Jones 40S 5 votes Mr Achieved victories over the public enmy 1175 H boards and that tlio act of said eight-los- e it was rcconsldorud and a call of theoun Jtesotred Thai In view of tlio groat outÂ¬ received such honors from the Roman Hardin iwas declared the nominee and rt von returning boards havo been submitrage perpetrated upon then the representa- ted to for the first and last time tied ordered sponded in a brilliant and forcible speech Sonato 80 be It with us Democracy I as a true Democrat appropriate to niv- POR AUUITOn It was decided to elect a temporary chair tives of Americanevery principle asofwell a 0 0 Kinkead of Anderson upon the nation right self no vain aolMmportanco tor a uccc Judge Parkins of Kenton nominated man by a call of the counties Henry honor equity and Justice demands at the Resolved As Thomas A Hendricks of won over a follow Domocrat on the con Howie llurnott of uMcCrackcn amfO hands prnurjmrty that they should bo Vin Â¬ Indiana was lawfully elected Vice Presi- Â¬ trary whilst appreciating donply thn com Â¬ General Fayette Hewitt of Hardin county wo recommend his nomination on pliment of your indorsement I am at tho of rikewero put in nomination J M Davis of Floyd nominated James llnrnett dicated and wo call upon tho American dent tlcke witJi Tilden In 1880 penpln to come forward to their support at the same tlmo tho moro deenlv Imnrcfsnd with v Hovel of Hath county 452 j reeelvodlQ08j and Itowles Metsr the next presidential election and If re A resolution fur unlimited silver coinage thf nhllifttlnn nf vlnillratini lliriiiiih thn V C P Co II D Mtllenry and Henry AVattersonJ elected In accordance with the forms of the Ilreckinrlilic nominated met with a cool reception financial mat Â¬ Integrity of my actions and tho rlhYfoncy 1 Howard Smith in- Â¬ were appointed to conduct Mr Burnett to Constitution tit see that thoy are duly of my sorvlcos tho wisdom of your choice j ter wcrof put aside by general ronent of and tho justification of your confidence the chair Mr llnrnett was Introduced to augurated Into office without the Interfer After dlcuion and a ballpt the nonun lip hards and softs enen of an electorial commission To do this I say iicaliK shall bo the pariwt aton of lloyd and Smith were withdrawn tho convention by Judge T L Burnett The ebrfventloiVthen adjourned uitl 4 CltEDkMIAl S OILTXiHewitts nomination w then made mum- and was received with applause Addrea i v M 111 4 IIU 1CIIIIIU IM UII1 flln4 Hon BR Little of Madison from tho In precursor of tho great nutlonnl struggle h tho convention he Snld tho committee on credential reported all which follows clone upon its hfU Our Continued on Fourth foge Afternoon Session UV TKMlOKAUV HKHATIK II miRNKTT OlfAIKMAK At 4 I KOhalrmin Bilrneit fytlltdjha the couhllo represented by delegates or Ilepublicnn friends mot in convetitlnn In A B Burnham It Co I thank ths city ii short tlmo since and nominated Oentleinen the Convention ronventlon to order most of tho delegates proxies save me eountyOi union candidates for Ktato nfUcef One The largest manufacturers and dealers in you sincerely for lhIsCimpymoijt aiid In 1 no CL commits on credential reported WITH cmtllXSPONllINtl QUICK T1M11 Kentucky Midi ptil j Japanned ware house furnislung goods discharge fMi dtilic Ijpledgo tbypu being already assonihled that lfwllliact fair without fearer favor iVlthca Boyd ot McCracken moved tho In favorof the following Iiilsvlle dele i Ho action nhould havi ended in one day sfovei tinware stamped warp tinners stock but it did not and tholr convention culmi No matter how fair a man may m who follow tyguwhlql waf read and reforred to gallons H Hum- nrcsldes over such a large ixKiyno imist theeommltteo Fourth Ward WB Flemrnlnjril Fin nated In acts it lolly by preparing a reso i etc in Louisville arc Messrs A Co lution fully Indorsing tlio great American ham Their large and increasing Coiiiiiiuiiclnir Amil 7 187D lfayo thei support of thp convention fof TrnliiH for tlu EnHt h itvfl Hliort- ItesltreJ That the Democracy ot the 2cr Frank Lukonblll Fred kornborst ana wouiu w autocrat uaurani i without that Aiininirt he will bo hiilnleM IAiu Doimt Lottlsvlllt ICy State of Kentucky In mas convention as Â¬ leorpo Schorer Prank It Uaque Honry noiiotui ravenous htingor for nnother op- - traie throughout the whole country com In their 1 congratulate you upon the assVtnbing of in- ami tolumlni AiCuiiimntsllon Kaat Line and Nlstit IresS runs dally Southern portunltyto glut their insatiate appetites pel them to increase their facilities They so largo a convention Tho gathering to Â¬ sembled dn mit heartily approve and In Htockonborg Hugh Hays H M llcrnard done the action of our representatives ibr publlo plundor thoy disregarded tho now have the largest manufacturing house rtiiiUllr xooptHiimlay gether of so large and intelligent an organ daily except SunJy Fast Line tiOlaolndYun Ninth AVard There were two sets of deU time honored usages of our country which in the country for the above goods At tho United State Congress on tho appro xatonifrom alj parts pf tljp papj h KP Arrival and Ioparluro Card at lfntcl ami liiimt rur Local Trains ulatlon bill just vetoed by Mr Hayes and egates proposed by this ward- - One sub have commanded respect from all parties their warerooms Nos 386 and a88 Main omeiii believing that for the good of tho whole mitted by John MrCann was us follows for so many years M to bo of eoual dignity street they have constantly the largest and THE ONLY LINE RUNNING THROUGH Alstho conclusion of MrTlurnelts re Â¬ country lt shouil bq passed a originally er selected stock or all kinds of house marks K lolk Johnson of Ioulsvillo It offered wrr therefore roquost our1 represtm James 0 Gilbert Dr W I White John jlth the common law of the land JSo Iw best Thev are exclusively n furnlshlnc coods lilandUhmnnt will fart user - ROOM r J OMahoney of Loxlngton and S M tatlvc In Congress to remain tlrm in their Mctannj 1 at uopKins Jonn nwnor l at u whoeMe tralersof Ihelr line of g6odiand t ruh Qnn n no ho Inorgo Flenimlng1 Qeorgq JonlM chair Gaines of Ilopklnsvllle were nominated position and Insist upon the passage of the McPonHJili we can say7 that they are the only wholesale bill with thu repeat measure attached Itoyrodt John Uillvn It U for tho noblo party to vhlch you dealers In Japanneit In ware itampcu ware for tempomryjiecretnrlos i aid the aouth Hon Milton Haiuilton moved the folTenth Ward Thomas Hoyle John Do and 1 belong to protect tho peoplo and tinners stock etccall attention to their fine was their moved that all the pfino a 01 It 0 lowing which was referred to the commit bon John Calfrty John Millott John savo our republican Institutions from thai We especially crattojicporten acf as seorytarlo whjcji JJ and complete stock of tinners goods of rutblosa grasp of tho despot It will be It tnon resolutions t Key or Jphu Jlonnuy Qoorgo itoader p must be done Whan once the Irvor or which thev make a specialty and have a motion wiJaJoptca I Knr TIcUrt Tims TaI1h Slseplns- - Car AneouimoiUtlons and furtlisr liirurmutl on apply at public opinion Is overthrown the wlso ob monopoly In tinners Mock liv I hulsvllle recklhriilgo movl the Statu of Kentucky in convention astern- - Loran A- - Itomlln Charles lllcky Dill Colonel1 NVr O I Tinkat Uffiiwa Mrnr Kuurftk in Mala streets anil corner tJcroml nlI MuliilrMit iil I servatlons ot our patriot sires unheeded but at thu same time you can buy1 of them City U ltsllrpad iletHit U X tho appointment pf cwmralttoe of twolvo UIcaI do hereby request tht executive 09111 Cvughlan Mike Hyland Humuel Itohdls much cheaper than in the Kastern markets and the decencies and proprieties which mltteo for the Stato at laatordrrfand memWrs cachon credcntfalsjbrjjaijlsatlon Klaventli AVard Fat Flyrjn John Thler-- thoy Instituted In their wisdom viols ted Merchants who visit Louisville this spring SIDNEY Bi JONES Qensral Southvteat Pasaenger Agent In all futurii elections forfltate ofll ISt Vina fitreetlundor Hurnrt llmcCIKOINNTr wo to bo appointed for direct man Jamcs Meagher Iano Frost John by the election of a Tresldent for a third are Invited to call on Messrs llurnlum and resolutions ces that meetings fur the appointment or Co and examine their choice stock and W A- - WARNER R E MURRAY Passenger Agents each commlttco by the f blr an4 tha rth ieectlonyof delegatus tbe leld jnaHtbe Palo JUul Bayrc Ihtvld Messenger Vf term It Is but a step to a fourth and fifth may say aperpetulty In office be convinced that their goods are the best furncr Fourtb and Main HtrffK lUl18VUIi KY imMItufo reducing counties on tho Iamoday ors by the district K Jackson Jr Tora Wheoler Andy Vep- - I Lei us follow Domocrats endeavor to and the cheapest Coirespondcnee Is sopyUrffJwf iOarlyhllMlloy keep In sight tho old landmarks It Is safVr licited Send for one of their illustrated D WOALDWELL General Manager W L OBRIEN Genl Pass and Ticket Ag otgomiBjlofVHardlnj lcrf thoTnirmbVniwas vpM dowii imltUfl jJMjJTJame M iiflwTifi COMIMIIUK John Hheljy The erablUeVodfeellngi Incident to thn late catalogues1 orlgl nalreolutIn ws iio BKiriunn oiym cuuruio muvixsiiiBV 1m 4lA W h iow J 1Seeond District i t - Organisation II D Mcllenry OhioOredorilUls Jamcs F Clay Henderson ltctolutions A T Craycroft Daviess Vice President Clinton GrlUlthDavlcss - Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - Tho onminttteti report was adopted J II Norton of Frfynttui Resdlred Thai the committee on resoln tldn bo Instructed to report a resolution pledging this convention and tho Demo cratle party of the State to reform In our present penitentiary system 3tr Duke said jho city of Louisville Mr President and Jefferson county places In nomination ono who is well qualified t fill the placo which wo ask for him We aro giving him whom wo namo because tho people de Â¬ mand him In presenting him I give to you the namo of one who has done ail that heroic enterprise and elf acrfloe could Hu has done all that could be expected of ono of her citizens I submit to you the namo of Dr Luke P Blackburn Thomas L Jones said Gentlemen of thf Convention I became a candidate for governor at tho solicitation of n number or friends and tho patty or otherwise would not havo presented my name a I do not think that one should throw himself upon tho public for tho Office In the canvass that I havo con ducted I have no apology to make I have made a political canvass discussing only the Issue of the day and not for personal aggrandizemont I have soon that tho people of tho State appreciating tho maenanimous conduct ol mv opponent have seen fit to reward him for that con- Â¬ duct It may be 0 wonder to somo that I did net withdraw from tho raco before this but duty to friends compelled mo not to do so 1 ask now that my name be withdrawn and that tho nomination of Dr L P Blackburn bo made unanimous I oarneetly pledge what ability I may have to securo hi triumphant success and I trust thHl hi administration will ho fair and lust as his canvas has been brilliant Colonol June closed bv moving that Dr BTOROWES KHTiiUSIIRI Doors Sash Blinds and Lumber WO KstABUSIIKD 1810 JOHN GRAHAM No SON ICY 00 MAOAmS STHKIJT LOUISVILLE MUSTARD Klncl LEXINGTON Â¬ doors a ft x I 65c Common boards 12 to 15 50 Panel doors 2ft 6lnx6ft6in tin 16 00318 00 70c Dressed shelving Panel doors 3 ft x 7 fi 1 35 3d rate flooring w ci y pine a I 0023 00 Sash 8xio and loxia In P 18 50 60850 Dressed ceiling doub beaded Sash ij L loin x 14 In P G 05 3d rate I in drexed a sides 23003500 Ilotbed sash iK in 3d rate Vt 3 sides 70c 3700 me shingles No I and OCY7A1 m White pine joists 14 00 Poplar and pine laths 4 ft 3 20rtl3 45 Pickets dressed and fancy SKNI SPECIAL PRICKS head 4 ft per Ico 2 50 Iinel OJLSI3 0 ft in PBIOB LIST 1 iin 5 clcari in3ind f6r W B BELKNAP CO XjQTjisvirriEi jsrsr PLAIN AND i k FENCE WIRE BARBED saffisSkVs f ifi j I JOHN H BRAND iiiLi Wagon S3 W XTails Hardwaro Plow Material and Bar Iron and Screws CO -- B BEliKETAF 1 rameZ Louisvill Hamoys Self SkimmingEvaporaior DEERES PLOWS Â¬ l1 in HfA LOUISVILLE KY 111 1 - FOUND AT LAST tn Â¬ I Â¬ I The Right Place to buy all kinds FURNITURE CHAIRS and MATTRESSES 1 ii fr I te Dickinson Furniture Manufacturing Sixth Street LOUISVILLE KY and ESTABLISHED 1853 I Â¬ SHELBY- - STREET BREWERY 25 I Third Ward Ezrchange Cor of Roselaue and Shelby Sts J jS JtC Â¬ LOUISVILLE T7I3CE3 AND J3ZY eight-o-seve- n 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE Â¬ The Popular Line East I E3oTjrEs TO TO ALL EASTERN CITIES lxr Tff 1 -- Â¬ i Â¬ SLEEPING CAES PULLMAN DRAWINGIionisvillo to Philadelphia and New York uvnmi lu j Â¬ Mi414 Jobf YPiilVjlPl1 4yt w- Ill ulii - aftMteMft IHHHHHBHI sjtwrfiTBiimi hup iiwwiw Illi iii iul iliiilllllHyiiliBWB t IL- - THE VETO OFTHEAIWY The AfMtag JLL ft Pmliltntt Itraaoru Bt Forth In to III lloUM Of lUprnttlvr I sideration without a slnglo voto recorded against It on its final passage and by a ma Â¬ jority of more than two thirds it was con- Â¬ curred In by tho IIouso of llopresentatlves Tho purpose of tho section quoted was stated In tho Senate by ono of It supportors a iV J r i i tires which may bo determined on asslepar ato bills by ihe usual and orderly mc tnods turbances Thoso should bd suppressed by referred aro thoso which protect tho super Â¬ of proceeding I have maturely considered tho Import- Â¬ tho peace officers of tho State or If they visors of Federal oloctiohs In tho dischargo tut majority of house havo M SB 1 ant qiioUlons presented In the bill entitled muu bring othors to tholr ulij they should of tholr dutlo at tho polls If tho pending deemed a wlso to adhoroboth tho principles It to WITH THE An act making appropriations for the up summon unorganized citizens And not thb legislation should become law thero Is no asserted and maintained in tho last Con port of the army for the Steal joar ending officers and men of tbo nrmy as amm power v oa ted In any officer of tho Govern- Â¬ gress by n majority of tho IIouso of Repre ahd thus to Juno 30 1880 and for other purposes and comltatusfeeling quoll disordersdisastrous to ment to protect from vlolonco tho officers sentatives That principle is that tho House which will be gel up n of tho United Statos engiiged In tho dis- of Representatives has tho solo right to 1 now return It to the IIouso of lloprcson the pcaoe among tho peoplo of tho country chargo of their duties Tholr rights and origlnato bills for raising revenue and TH E tatlvos In which It originated with my ob Â¬ Tho object of tho act of 1878 was stated duties under tho law will rcmalnbut tho tnercioro has tho right to withhold approffl national government will be powerless to priations on which tho oxlstenco or tho jection to lit approval S3 by the gentleman who had it In charge In n o 3tn government may depoud unless tho Sonatri Tho bill provide In the uiual form fur the Iiouso of Ilepreseitatlves In slmllAr on force its own statutes T The 8talesmay omploy bothjho military innu rrusidont snail gtvo irtctr assent to any 3 for the tupport of terms lie said required appropriation legislation which tho IIouso may soo fit to 8 3 the army during the next Steal year is attach t appropriation bills enforco tho laws at State elections It To establish But thoso are all minor Points and in o o If It contained no other provisions It significant points compared with the great now proposed to deny to thb United StatesÂ¬ this prlnolplo Is to mako a radical dangor- --J mm a a XiTW fYC Wfmll qvon the necessary civil authority to pro- pcrous and unconstitutional chango in tbo would receive my prompt approval It principle which was incorporated ny me No sufficient character of our Institutions s CD legislation IIouso in tho hill In refcronco to tho use oi tect tho national elections further Inoludes howovsr Tho practice of tackincr to armv appro- armed men in peace The Senate had al Â¬ reason has been given for this discriminaEh a to appropriations ready Included what thoy called and what tion In favor of tho StAto and agtlnst tho MIaIIah 1111 meuQurus whloh attached as It a nut iiervueiib iu illinium uius g ra Ri H r tti lit Aiuinl AH MlMnlnln lull tllAtf hlil bntional authority which are rcqutslto for tho efficient perÂ¬ If well foundod objecÂ¬ such bills did not provall until more than t O stricken tions oxlst ngatnst tho present national elec- forty yearn aftor tho adoption of tho Con formance of some of the most necessary stricken out the penalty ana had tion laws that all good citizon should unite stitution It baa becomo tho common duties of tho government Involves ques- Â¬ out the word expressly so that the army in their amendmont Laws prdvldlng safe Â¬ ractlco Zl of nil parties whon In power to W might bo used In nil cases wnoro implied tions of the gravest character guards of elections should bo impartial just avo adopted it Many abuses and great authority might bo interfered with to Thoy should if possiblo be wasto or publlo monoy havo In this wa them- and efficient section of the bill amenda Â¬ p n Tho House commltteo planted The sixth L l f4 so non partisan and fair in thoir transactions crept into appropriation bills Tho publ tory of a statute now In force In regard to selves firmly on tho doctrino that rather principle for that the minority party out of power will opinion of tho country is against It The tho authority of persons In tho clrll mili than yield this fundamental States which havo recently adopted con which for three years this IIouso has strug have no just grounds to complain tary and naval service of the United States gled thoy would allow the bill to fail not Â¬ B y O S The present laws havo in practice un stitutions havo generally provided a rorao LTj r fffffti Ml WV H M IfalEsiJJf M m to i LO o 5 i at the place where any general or special withstanding the rcWrms we have secured J questionably conduced to tho provqntlbnoi dy for tho evil by enacting that no law regarding thee reforms of but little conse- fraud and violence at olcclions In several shall contain moro than ono subiect wbicli election Is held in any State principle of tho States members of tho dillcront po- shall bo plainly expressed in its titlo Tbo of tho This statute was adopted February 25 quence nlongsido the Unitedgreat States In time litical parties havo nppllod for safe guards constitutions of more than half of the that tho army of 1806 after a protracted debute- In tho Sen- Â¬ of peace should be under tho control of which they furnish It is tho right and Statos contain lubstanially this provision 0 Tho publlo wolfurowlll bo proraotod in ate and almost without opposition In the Congress and obedient to Its laws After a duty of the national government to enact to Senate and enforco laws which will securo frco and many way by a return to tbe early prac House of llopresentatlves by the concur Â¬ long and protracted negotiation tho CJl Tho laws tice of tho government and tho truo prin principlo in fair Congressional elections committee havo conceded rent votes of both of tho lending political all Its length and breadththat Including tbo now in forco should not be repealed ex ciplo of legislation which requires that parties of tho country and became a law penalty which tbe Senate had strlckon out cept in connection with thb cnactmtntof overy measuro shall stand or fall according It Ve bring you back thercforo a report measures which will hotter accomplish that to Us own merits If ft wcro understood by the approval of President Lincoln end boliqvinir that section 6 of that to attach to an appropriation a meat was ro cnactod In 1874 In tho ltuvlsed with the alteration of a single word which important -is proper to be made the bill before mo will weaken lf it doe- - uro irrelevant to tho genoral object of tbo United Statos sections lawyers assure me Statutes of tbo to this bill tho principlo for which not altogether tuko away tho power or tho bill would imperil And probably provont restoring 2002 and 6B2S which uro as follows we have contended so long and which Iss i national government to protect Fodcrnl Its final passago and approval a valuablo No military or naval of-Â¬ vital to secure the rights and liberties ol elections I am forced to tbo conclusion It reform in tho parliamentary practlco of Section 2002 uongrcss would bo accomplished the best ficer or other person engaged In civil mili Â¬ tbe people Tnus havo we this day se- Â¬ oucht not to reccivo my approval That section is howover not presenfod established by tho Constitution and by laws tary or naval service of tho United States cured to the peoplo of this country the CO -at shall order bring keep or have uudcr his sine groat protection against tho standini to mo as a separato and Independent meas- Â¬ passed In pursuanco thereof Their duties control any troops or armed army which cost a struggle of two hundred ure but it is as has boon stated attached aro clearly defined and thoir support is authority or men at u pluce where any general or years for tho Commons of England to se- to tho bill making tho usual annual ap carefully provided for by thei laws Tho priattons in cUction laws of tbo country money required for this purposo has been special election It held in any Slate unless cure for tbo British people From this brief rcviow of the subject it which Is no way connected with tho uso of collected from the people and Is now in tho It be necessary to repel armed enemies of it prohibits undor heavy pen treasury roady to bo paid out as soon as tbe United States or to Keep pence ai me sufficiently appears to me that under ex- Â¬ tne army ultics any person on gaged in tho civil ser- Â¬ appropriation bills are passed Whethor polls isting laws thero can bo no military inter- Â¬ vice of tho United States from having any appropriations are made or not tho collec- Â¬ Sec 6528 Every officer of the army or navy or other person In the civil military ferences with elections no casoof such in Â¬ forco at tbe placo of any election prepared tion of taxes will go on and tho public or navaj service of the United Statos who terference has In fuct occurred siuco tho to preserve order to mako arrests to keep monoy will nccutnulato in tho treasury orders bring keeps or has under bis au Â¬ passago of the act last referred to no of-Â¬ me peace or in any manner to cniorcp the It was not tho intention of tho framers of laws This is altogether foreign to tbo tho Constitution that any singlo branch of thority or control any troops or armed men ficer of tbo United Stutos has appeared purposo of any army appropriation bill at any place where a general or special elec Â¬ tho govornmont should have power to dic- Â¬ tion Is held in anv State unless such force under orders at any place of election in any Justification has been offered for attach tate the conditions upon which this treasure be necessary to repel tho armed enemies of Stale no complaint oven of the presence ing irrelevant riders to an appropriation should bo npplicd to the purposes for which Any such intention if it tho united States or to keep tne peace at of United States troops has boon made 1n bill is that it is dono for convenience sako it was colloitcd the polls shall bo fined not more than to facilitate tho passago of measures which had been entertained would havo been any quarter 1000 and suffer Imprisonment at hard are deemed oxpedlont by all branches of plainly expressed in the Constitution That It may therefore bo confidently stated government which participate In legMa tho mnlnrii v of the Senate now concurs in the labor not less than three months nor more than five years thero is no necessity for tho enactment of uon it can not bo claimed there It any claims of the House adds to tho gravity of ho situation but does not niter the question The Amendment proposed in this statute section C of tho bill beforo mo to provent such reason for attaching this amendment at issue The now doctrino if maintained ln the bill beforo me omits from both of the military interference at elections Tho laws or tho election laws to tho army appropria tion bill tho history of tho measuro con will result in tho consolidation of un Â¬ foregoing sections the words or to keep the already in forco are all that is required for tradicts this assumption A majority of checked and dospotic power in the House A baro majority of f llopresentatlves vpeaco at tho polls that end the iiouso ot itepresontatlves In tbo last The effect of the adoption of this amend But that part of section 6 of this bill Congress was in favor of tho section tothii tho Uouso will becomo tho government hill It was known that tho majority of Tho executivo will no longer bo what tho ment may be considered which Is significant and vitally important an tho Senato was opposed to it and us n sepa Â¬ framors of tho Constiution intended Firtt Upon the right ot the United is tbo clause which If adopted will deprlvo rato meui uro it could not bo adopted It was equal and independent branch of tho gov- Â¬ States government to use military force to tho civil authorities of tbo Unitod States of attached to tho army appropriation bill to ernment It is clearly tbo constitutional duty of tho President to exorcieo his dis keep tho peace ut elections for members ol all powor to keep tho jeaco at Congress Â¬ compel mo cscnalo to asont to It bills presented It was plainly announced to tho Senato cretion and judgment on allor duress from Congress and ional elections to him without constraint that tho army appropriation bill would not any Second Upon tho right of the governCongressional elections In overy district bo allowed to pass unlets tbo proposed other brunch of tho government To say that tho majority of either or both ment by the civil authority to protect these in avery important sense are justly matters amendments or tho election laws wore adopted with it Tho Senate refused t houses of Congress may insist on the ap- Â¬ elections from viplcnce and fraud of political Intorest and concern throughproval of a bill under penulty of stopping In addition to tbo sections of statutes out the wholo country In each State assent to tho bill on account of this irrele all of tho operations of the government for Congress thereupon ad vant section above quoted tbo following provisions of overy political party is entitled to a share want of tho necessary supplies is to deny iournod without passing the appropriation law relating to the use of the military hi of tho power which is conferred by logal bill for tho army and tho present oxtra son to tho oxocutivo that shafo of legislative powor which is plainly conferred by thu Sections are now in forco and constitutional suflrago It is tbo right ston of tho fortvslxth onrrw i hocamn second section of tho sovonth artlclo of tho Sec 2003 Ko officer of tbe army or of every citizon possessing tho qualifica- necessary to furnish means to carry on tbo Constitution It strikes from the ConstituThe grounds upon which navy of the United States shall proscribe tions prescribed by law to cast ono unin government the action of the Hcuso report is dofonded tion tho qualified negative of tho President or fix or attempt to prcscribo or fix by ballot and to havo his ballot has bcon distinctly stated by many of its It is said this should be done bocauso of tho proclamation order or otherwise tho quail timidatod peculiar function of tho House So long as the exercise advocates a week bcioro the closo of tho lust tirtttinrik nf vutern in anv SIhLu or in htiv honestly counted to represent tho will of thu people wanner Interferu with the freedom of any of this power and enjoyment of this right sossion of Congress tho doctrino in ques- but no single branch or department of tho QS rHMiaiiiiWrliiJr v election in any Stale or with the exercise are common and equal practically as woll tion was stated by ono of its ablest dofond government has tho exclusive authority to era as follows of the frea rights of suffrage in any Stuto speak for tho American people submission to suffrago wil be no Is our duty to ropeal theso u Skc 6529 It It is not Tho most authentic and solomn expres Every ollicer or other per Â¬ formally son in militury or naval sorvice who by corded loyally and choorfully and tho de- Â¬ wirth while to attompt to repeal except sion of thpir will is contained in tho Con or otherwise partments of tho government will fool tho upon tho appropriation bill Tho Itupub stitution of the Unitod States force thriat intimidation By that prevents or attempts to prevent any qtuili true vigor of the popular will thus ox lican Senate would not agree to nor tho constitution thoy havo ordained and estab Itepublcau President sign tho bill for such tied voter of any State from freely exercis Â¬ powors aro dis repeal whatever objot tion to tho legisla- lished a govornmont whoso ing the right of suffrage at any general or pressed Two provisions of tho constituco ordinate branches tributed among special election In such Stato shall bo fined tion nuthorizo legislation by Congress for tion upon tbo appropriation bill may be which as far as possible consistently with 5000 and imprisoned at the regulation of Congressional oloctlons made in an ordinary ctee it docs not apply tho harmonious co operation aro absolutely not more than whoro free cloctionsund tho liberty of the hard labor not more than five jours Independent of each othor Tho pooplo of Section 4 of artlclo 1 of tho Constitution Sec 6530 Every officer of the nrmy declares The times places and mannor of citizon uro concorned Wo have powor to tho country are unwilling to soo tho su voto monoy Let us annox conditions to it or navy who proscribes or fixes or at Â¬ JOUN R DUItF premacy of tbo Constitution replaced by JOHN L WHEAT tempts to prescribe or II x whether bv holding elections for senators and repre and insist upon a redress of grievances tho omnipotence of any department of the proclamation order or otherwise thequalf sentatives shall be prescribodJrjgach Stale iByjnQthex dlstlnguIshodmomber JLwail governments Tho enactment of this bill tications of voters at any election In any by tho Legislature thereof but Congross said that the right or tho representatives into a law will establish a precedent which of tho people to withhold supplies is as old will tend to destroy tho equaled lndopen- Stato shall be punished as provided in the may ut any tlmo by law make or alter such as English liberty History records nu- Â¬ donee of soveral branches of tho govern preceding section UB ACIICNTS FIIANKPOUT COTTON HlUlfisa Skc 6581 Every offlcor or other regulations except as to tho placoa of choos-Â¬ merous instances where a common fooling ment its principal places not merely tbo that tbo people wore oppressed by laws that Sonuto and axocutfve but tho judiciary person in tho military or naval service ing senators who by force threiits intimidation or tho lords would not consont to repeal by also undor tho coercivo diicction of tho 3STO Tho fifteenth amendmont of tho consti- Â¬ tho ordinary methods otherwise compels or attempts to compel of legislation ob- House ComUntly on hand a full line of Ooffoef Sugurs Syrups Molsies Splees Teas ClfsrsTobueeos Cordsgo Woodonware Ponder Shot Canned tution is as follows any officer holding an election In any Stuto tained rodross ut hist by refusing appropri Tho House alono will bo judge of what QooJi Nails and all other articles ujutlly Hold by Vholesale Grocers to rucelvo a vote from any person not le Â¬ Sec 1 Tho right of cltlzons of tho ations unless accompanied by roller meas constitute a griovunce and also of meais QDPPTif ATTPXITlflW Tfl PIT T TWil flDHEDQ Br mall or express also to the sato of country produce as Feathers Olnaonc Wool Furs In gally qualiSed to vote or who imposes or United Slates to voto shall not bo donied ures That question of tho gravest magnl and mousurcs or redress An act or Uon orJiWnb ill IJjfl llUil 1U ilLLlM UnUblU their eaon etc Produce price lint sent to merchants when requested Tbe Frankfort attempts to Imposo uny regulations for and abridged by tho Unitod Statos or by tude and now in this country wus raised gres to protect olections is now a griev- Cotton arns for which they are agents aro considered Ibe best In tho market and wherever introduced tLey largely take tbe plaoo of all other brands conducting any general or special election any Stato on account of raco color or pre by this coiirsoof proceedings and was folly ance complained of but tho House may In uny State different from those pro- Â¬ vious condition of sorvitudo recognizee aiso oy its ueionaers in mo eon on the tamo principle determine that uny scribed by law or who Interfere In any Src 2 Tho Congress shall havo powor uto It was said by tho distinguished son othor act of Oongrccs a treaty mado by manner with any officer of an election In to enforce this article by appropriate legis- tori the Presklont arlln tho advice and tho conthe discharge of his duty hIiiUI be punished lation Perhaps no grcator question in form wo sent of the Senato a nomination or ap- Â¬ as prescribed In section 6229 Tbo Supremo Court has held that this are brought to consider it was considered pointment to office or that a dcoislon or by Americans in pcaco for it Skc 6832 Every person convicted of amendment Invests tho citizens ol tho volves not merely tlmo of and demerits in opinion of the Supremo Couit is a griev- Â¬ merits of ance and that tho raoasuro of redress is to any of the otlencus specified In tho five pro United Statos with a now constitutional ceding sections shall in addition the pun Â¬ laws which tho House bill proposes to ro- withhold tho appropriations roquircd for ishment therein severally prescribed bo right which is within tho protecting power peal but involves tho rights tho privileges the support of the otlondlng branch of tho disqualified from holding any office of hon- Â¬ of Congress BEND yOIt LIBT OF That right the court de tho powers tho duties of tho two branches government and of tho President of the or profit or trust under tho United State Bolieving that this bill Is dangerous and clares to bo exemption from discrimination nf Congress Â¬ but nothing in those soi lions shall lie con Unitod States It is aquoslion whoso Im a violation of tho spirit and meaning of strued to provont any officer soldier sailor In tbe exercise ol the elective franchise of portance can scarcely be estimated It is a tho Constitution I am compelled to return or marine from exercising tho right of suf- raco or provlous condition of servitude question that never yet has been brought it to tbo House In which it orlglnatod frage in any election district to which ho The power of Congress to protect this so sharply beforo thu American Congress without my approval and the American peoplo a it may be now may belong if otherwise qualitled accord right by appropriate legislation is oxpro-ts-lTho qualitled negative with which tho ing to tho laws of tbe State in which he It Is u question which sooner or later must C HOLLOW WARE affirmed by tho court National legisla- Â¬ be decided and tho decision must deter Constitution Invests tho President is a offers to vote Cook trust that Involves a duty which I can not The foregoing enactments would seem to tion to provide a safeguard for free and mine what aro the power of tho Houio of ducllno to perform with a firm and conscl elections Is necessary as nxperionco itepresoniutives undor tho constitution and ontlous purposo honest to do what 1 can to preViittuil ul sell k bo sufficient to prevent military interferha shown not only to secure the right to what Is tho duty of that llouio In view of ence with elections but tbo last Congress vote to un enfranchised ruoo at tho South tho framors of that constitution according serve unimpaired tbo constitutional pow Â¬ ers and equal indopondenco not meroly ol to removo all apprehensions of such Inter- Â¬ but also to prevent fraudulent voting In to Its letter and lis spirit Ut President I tho executive but qf evory branch or the cities of the North Congress snonid approacu tins question ir l woro in government CO ference added to this body of law section tho largo which will be Imperilod by bus tliorefore exercised tho power confer- Â¬ the but possible condition to speak and to the adoption of tho principlo of this bill An act making an red by tho Constitution 15 of an act entitled has enacted argue to it with very grave diffidence und ana I desire earnestly to urgo on tbo lloiso iipprcpriation for tho support of tbo army cortain laws to prevent discrimination on certainly with tho utmost anxiety for no GC U Wrijht ErUgtftrl ssl Uu Brilpforl Co of lloprcsontatlvcs a return to tbo wise and ending Juno 30 1879 account of race color or previous condi- ono can think ovor it as long und carefully wholosomo usago or tho earlier for tho fiscal year of tho tion of sorvitudo and to prevent fraud as I bavo thought of it without toeing wo ropublic which excluded from days appro- Â¬ and fur othor purposes approved Juno the vlolonco and intimidation at tbe Federal are at the beginning perhaps of anothor priation bill all irrelevant legislation Satisraction if 1878 which is as follows FOUNDRY l may last long in this country elections struggle that liy this course you will inaugurate an Sec 15 From and aftor tho passago of Attention Is called to the following sec as a similar struggle Jastod in what wo uro important reform In tho method of con- Â¬ Sovonth St Bot Main and River this act It shall not bo lawful to employ tions of tbo llovised Statute of the United accuttomed la call motherland Tho strug Â¬ gressional legislation vour uctlon will bo any part of the army of tho United State States numuly I gle laled for two centuries boforo it wus In harmony with tho fundamental princi- Â¬ ALHO JIANUrACTUnlinS OF TIIK for the CtamblneA Cooler aei Hefrinerator M a pone eomilatui or otherwise Hoc 200 i which guarantees all citizens ultimately decided It i not likely to lad purpose of executing laws except in such right to voto without dettinctlon on ac so long bore but it may last till overy mail ples of tbe Constitution und tho patriotic OTOXtBAND BAt KailOOMl sentiment of the nationality which Is their1 cases and under sirh circumstance as such count of rueo color or previous condition in this chamber i In bis grove firm tupport and you will restore to tho an artlclo lonp This cut represent I employment of said force may bo express of sevltudaj sections 2005 and2000 which a question whether or not tho It Sixth Street west aldo one door ly authorized by tbo Constitution or by an guarantee to all citizens equal opportunity IIouso of Jtepresontutlvot lms tho right to country that feeling of contldonco and secur- needed In overy family vlzi a water ity and repose which are so essential to tbo cooler and at tho samn time separato bolovv Main act of Congress and no money appropriat without discrimination to perform all act say we urunt no supplies only upon tho prospority of all our fellow citizens oomparlments for keeping milk butter ed lliisaU shall be used to pay any of required by law ut a prerequisite or quali- condition that grievance uro redressed ItUTUKHrOKO II IUykr ami iresu meat it tuxes no more space tho expense Incurred In the employment fication fur voting section 20 J 2 which We aro tho reprosontatl ve of the tax payer and costs but little more than unqrdlnury of any troops In violation of this section authorizes the United States marshal and of thu Kepuhliei wo of tbo HouO or Uop Youno husokeoper will consult their cooler Jleipht 2T In- - J Dlanioter lo int and any person wilfully violating the pro- Â¬ hi deputies to keep tbe peace and preservo resentatlvot alone have tio right to trigin vision of this section shall be deemed order at Federal elections section 2024 a to bill which grant tho monoy ot tho interest by buying Olter Ss llros A 1 Capacity of Wuler Chunlbor 4 J gallons guilty of a mltdemeanor and upon convic- Â¬ which expressly authorizes tho United peoplo Tho Senate roprostnt tnn stati stoyo If your nearest mprchant does not tion thereof shall bo punished by u flno not State marshal und his deputies to iiimmon We roprosent tho tax pay el ol Urn repub keep the A 1 either tell him to sondprsond r exceeding 110000 or Imprisonment not ex Â¬ npoiii comitatu whenevor thoy or any lic We thorofore by the vory terras of 1 ceeding two years or both lucb flno and ol thorn are forcibly respited In tbe execu Â¬ the Constitution aro charged witii thu duty yourself for ft free illustrated catalogue Imprisonment tion of their dutlos under tile law and are of originating bills whloh grant tho monoy Which wnr do sent uy return roan bee This act passed tho Son a to aftor full con prevouted from executing their duties by cr tho people Wo olalm the right whloh advortlsomont in another column Â¬ Wabhinotom April 29 The following follows Thcrcforo I hopo without getting into tho message of the lresldcnt of tho acting Homo of any controversy about tho past but United Slates returning to the wisely for tho luture that wo shall take An HCt awny tho Idea that tho nrmy can be used by ft bill entitled ltcprcscntatlve making on appropriation for tho support a general or special deputy marshal merely purposes or posse ordering for of tbo amy for tbo Steal year ending Juno thornelection tho polls or ordering thorn any about 33 1880 and for other purposes whero else whcrolhcro Is no election going on to proven t disorder or suppress disTo the House of RtprtitntatittH tho violation of section 6622 which pro vide fortbe punishment of thojerlwe of Interfering wltn tho supervisors of election and deputy rriarshalt In the discharge of tnnjr amies fitj jho ejection or represents lives in uongress lm xiiero are sqme ojtttno lawsienunu tun- Jcct which It is tho duty or tho Kxccutlvo department of tho Qovornmont to enforce Tim IhaI ami flut nf n I I Yi nltni of this hill Is to prohibit all cMLoHcorfbf the united biaiei under mo penalty ora from employing flno and imprisonment anv ad vallate civil forco for theso purposes at the place where tholronfowomonrfrWolf r 1 1 w VhcmSWaltempttJflSdo q thfflastOor Ties loenprnri bVlhfTeonitWuctftm nf new principles upon tho Constitution pcrs oppT ly po tho IIouso of Commons In England estab lishedl ftftentw eenldrlm ofqswlertpW wo vlllhot grant thnjmnnky U thf ppplM titharo I tin redrtrs ofrgHvancc ffiQV the reatmbtig of tar extra sn pHrsuano oi ineicau rer t tessiofl vwnwrw mauo nweuMAryny tne failuro of tho Forty flfth Congress to mako noedful appropriations for tho support of the government thequesion w presMitep iv thltjonresj WliVM -- x llkDf VkiA -- r- - Ills HONOR w BHMVa Vi ViMil xx u JU 4 T f t should bo Wmj Nfe M - mr lsjjjm JW SSiinilCSv waiKHiiwHsmar Â¬ Â¬ rft 3 Wl sf fes 3 5 l 75 SiBmmi 3 saw IT jH It JULJ t fll 3MT T 4 nndclvllpowr-to-lteop-tbopcacoftnd- to - 1 r Q O rxC0F Jikb tfahih orrHE sST 0EOTOTOT S c Â¬ 1 Â¬ rj H J r sj 5 ffe ZT - raHL1 wm H ir tf M 1 Â¬ Oi ifHi S a0 I FW H R 3 oa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iJi S M Â¬ m k Qs J a Â¬ STEUSTlAY PIANOS II F MY o o 1 m u i 4 Js Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lfe fit- - Â¬ Â¬ ltt te iL tK Â¬ MBVt 15 PS Â¬ Â¬ D P Faulds Louisville Ky 1WHEAT dk XXJ3aFJF Wholesale Grocers Commission Merchants 231 3jtVI3ST STREET 1 Â¬ KY V l f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 LOUISVILLE Steve d Orate Foundry Â¬ Â¬ Stoves Ranges HBiiHa if Great Wood Stoye Â¬ Â¬ AMERICAN termi B5I1EF0RD Victorious in every Contest Â¬ Enliit Â¬ Golobratod Improved w 44 i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CoiumbiaiL Coal Cook Stove LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ 4 Also Manufacturers of the 3ew and Beautiful 9i S ywrz ijiiL - jLtf l hSSSEkZ THE OWINGSVILLE CONVENIION heard from fudge Klllolta Mnntle Droits Upon ho nanro which was the clear light of a spot Â¬ BlioiiliUm of IIoilT P Hsu rIs on less spirit within Htanding In tho pres M Is the flermty nnlt Ballot ence of this audience beforo tho God who jU made me nnd in whoso presence his spirit Aft ovory cltlaon pf Kentucky U interest dwells I accept with diflldeneo and deep ed In knowing somolhlng of Iho chnractor of emotion tho distinguished honor you would o gWo be Â¬ have mo bear tho successor of Judgo Elliott As this cup of pleasure la touched to my low a portion of Emmet Logan llfH thcro Is after tho deep sadnoss over the tho CQurerJournaL loss of poor Elliott but one drop of bitter Â¬ Owinosvillk April 20 Aftor a slruc ness In it to mo and that Is you do not glo protrncted through tlireo days mid tlio bavo In your power to confer a Judgeship upon oach of tho noble gentlemen who has greater portion of two nght Thomas JJlsrgls as was gcnorally anticipated wins falrl and honorably aspired to this his lips words of wisdom an faco to face full the tenderness of aOection ai it beamed Upon me through a counte THOS B CRUTCHER17 IDEI-AIjB-R- SJi 1 JLSUUSJL JIH IWIH y IIST r u 1 Jip V ing 167 to 163 Forguson Urown Pearl frlonds of my adopted homo I feel thank- Â¬ Stanton Hanson Hurt Dulln nnd Smith ful for tbolr conlldonco and friendship be- Â¬ ill had been withdrawn at diflurrnt times and yond tho powor of expression The mon of l sorao of them renominated but all went tho clear streams and pure breezes of tho down beforo tbo solid phalanx of tho boy mountains have united with tho mon of tho from Urcnthltt and when a singlo hnndod green fields of tho bluograss to do mo this 1 thank you all for It lesuq was rnnehod between him and tho great honor 11 ffl fV champion of tho Held tho right was won And now should I bo elected on tho 13th From tho start Hargls had not only tho day of May with his hands raised toward substantial and best strength but tho hcavon lie said I plodgotoyounndthepoo more enthusiastic following and tho warm plo whom you rcpresont that all my judgor part of tho heart not alono of tho moun- Â¬ ments shall bo rendered without favor or tain counties but of tho Hlucgrn frlngo fear with no prejudice feeling as I look of 1cointles that mark tho westorn border Into tho record alono for tho facts that tho K of tho district Every sort of combination oyo of God Is upon mo JiJ to dofoat him had boon attempted ngnlntt I accept tho banner of tho Democratic blm but In ovary contest ho umo out o party which you havo placed In my hands tor and dolays mado his power only tho and by your aid will carry It triumphantly Tho story of all tho Ins to victory inscribed with no other motto more manlfwt and outs of tho processes of ho w he w as not than Justico oqultyj no partiality dofcatod will furnish matter worth n letter but beyond tho final fact of bis nomination A Sketch of the Life of Judge Hargls thoro is llttlo worth tolling by telegraph Judgo Thomas Frazlor Hargls who Is to eavotbat all feats of defeat of so matchless an organiror and inspiring a leader In tho succeed Judgo Elliott is a son of John and Ho was final contest of May 12 may at onco bo Elizabeth Weddington Hsrgls dismissed Thoro is already a ro of en- Â¬ born Juno 24 1842 at Jackson Breathitt thusiasm burning brightly In tho moun- Â¬ county Ky His fathor was a nativo of tains and it Is going to spread so In tho next ten days that all thaVhrty counties Washington county Va was a lawyer and wltl bo aglow Chief Jtttrcrlia7gls is not never changed his profession camo to this Anvils Axles Bolts Thimbles Skeins and Springs E O L far in tho fnturo fltato In 1826 first located in Piko county Tho following Is tho spcach of Mr K F in 1839 wont to Breathitt in 185Grcmovod Main Prltcbard of Boyd in nominating Judgo to Kowan whoro ho now resides at More Warehouse 309 llargis as candidate of tho Democracy for head in tho practice of his profession Jackson is credited with most of these tho office of judgo of tho Court of Appeals He was for twelvo years clork of tho Chairman and Gentlemen of the county and circuit court of Breathitt Of all tho oightylno votoes Piorco was Mr overruled by a two thirds voto as required Convention It Is with feelings not un Â¬ Constitumixed with sadness that I riso to discharge county was a member of tho to pass tho bill aftor a voto Dvo times was assistant my duty as a Democrat and momber of this tional Contention of 1849 Johnson flftcon times Grant throo times Sec- Â¬ body Within less than thrco joars tbo United Stales marshal in 1850 and has Democracy of this district in this very been for eight or nlno years county attor and Hayos onco Washington vetoed n bill fer tho apportionment of members bo- home conferred tho distinguished honor county His grandfather now sought by sovoral ablo nnd dis Â¬ noy for Rowan causo ho said it was impracticable and ono tinguished gentlemen upon my rolatlro Samuel Hargls was of English origin and for thd reduction of tho army in 1797 be Something for tho Thoughtful Co- Â¬ and friend tho lamontcd Elliott This a soldior In tho RovolutlomYry war His meeting to mo partakes of tho solemnity of mother was also a nativo of Washington causo ho said It was Impractlcablo and un nsideration of Emigrants From a funeral cortege rather than a political county Va of German origin and daugh just Madison Jackson Tyler Polk and Europo and Persons Contem- Â¬ assembly Pierco vetood bills making appropriations plating Removal from Our In tbo presence of tho awful un4 unpre- Â¬ ter of Jacob Weddington an early sottlor rivers and harbors on tho grnundstbat Eastern and Middlo cedented crimo which struck from tho ap of 1iko and Morgan counties of this Stato for it was an unconstitutional unjust distri- Â¬ States to pollato bench at able good truo gonorous and n soldier in tho war of 1812 bution of govornmont funds nnd too gen- Â¬ and bravo man I fool that all fcolings of Tho subject of this sketch was raised on bitterness if any thoro bo should bo stilled eral Tho flvo times Piorco was ovorrulcd Now nnd Better Homes In tho and banished from our councils In lhitt a larra ana was educated in tbo privato wero for Most of Nortlnvost and Southwest internal improvements contest tho Democracy of this district plac Â¬ schools of the country During the fall ed the victors wreath upon tho brow of a nnd winter of 18C0 he studied law whilo the case wbero Jackson exercised tho veto Timbered citizen of my own county It was thetfull looking after bis fathors mercantile inter- Â¬ powor wero on bills for tho benefit of cor- Oood Farming and Mississippi Lands in Minnesota Texas lorida nicasuro of our ambition and wo now bavo porations except intho Instnnco of Olajs and Qoortfa Ollorod at Privato ests at Morehcad In August 1861 he land bill In 183j Bale on Very Low Terms nothing to ask for any citizen of Boyd 0g But our people havo their cholco In this enlisted as a privato in Company 11 Fifth Monroes ono veto was against a convention in a man who like our dead Kentucky Confedorato Infantry under Col Several traU of tannine and grailnir land in bill forald tothc Cumberland road Mad tho State of OeoruU amounting to 150000 ncroa judge was born and reared closo up under S Williams Ho served with the on tbo Atlantio lull railroad bererul ad Â¬ tho shadows of tho Cumberland mountains John Idons vetooa against tlio Incorporation of amounting to 100000 acres on ono hojfing been born upon tbo western regtmont until its timo expired After the churobes establishing a United States bank ditional tract And sereral Albanv railroad the Brunswick tho othor upon tho castorn slope in a man batlloof Princeton West Virginia In traoia amounting to 0000 acres on tho Macon A and Internal Improvements Tylers against llrunswltk railroad Altogithor 300000 acron Dorn ot bumble parentage wnoby nis tiro May 1862 ho was promotod to brovet In the richest parts of one of tho best of the loss onorgy and clear strong intellect bus tho fiscal bank bills tarltr bllli regulating Southern States divisible into parcels of slier climbed with steady stop to his present second lieutenant for gallant conduct in blllsPo1ksngalnst river and harbor blllsand to salt purchaser on and near lines of new and live railroad communication I commanding position A man of ttorn action as a leader of the skirmish lino To individuals of tho right or to well convictions of right and who novor halts During this servico ho was engaged in the contested elections and river and harbor formed colonies I hese lands will sortsold at prices be French spoliation claims Pierces against the most reasonable in tho path of duty battle of Middle Crook acres of AIo A youth at nineteen years or age n mere French spoliation claims aid to indigent Florida a tract of R000 Uodmn In tho tale be ho Urant will In October 1802 ho enlisted in Col Jack insane ocean mall appropriations and inter- divided known as 1farms or large plantation boy enlisted under tho flag of tho South into small nnd marched under its folds until It bocamo Mays Tenth Kentucky Confederate caval- Â¬ and sold upon like rcatnnablo terms Also a Cotton and IVoolen Factorywlth all ap a conquered banner whoso blood crimsoned ry as a member of Company E remained nal improvement bills Uuohannns against pointments complotoon terms still more reasontho soil of tbo land ho loved upon throo of associated with tbo regiment until tho closo aid to agricultural colleges a mall routo in able This desirable property Is located In tbe too buttlo Holus if tbo lata unhappy war Californiaa privato claim and tho homo prosperous llttlo city of jultman tin A co who alter tho war returned to tho llttlo of tbo war IIewas engaged in tho battles stead bill Lincolns ono veto was on a bill whntii lands Iq tbe btate of Texa situated in known as the letorl Uulonr county of Itowap to tho homo of his of Blue Springs Blounta vlllo siege of Knox Also the following property In tho city of blather and the land of his birth and thcro ville Big Creek Crockets CoveOyntblana to correct clerical errors In a rovenuo act Louisville Ky vlii On th south side olUreen Fifth nnd Center lot without influential filends and without Mt Sterling and various smaller engage Â¬ In ordor that all errors might bo included stroet between 100 feet In depth with 3 I eel 3VJ rour story inches runt by wealth and with a neglected education beÂ¬ Johnson vetood tho civil rights bill brick bouse water in Ac UtiO South std no was wounded in a skirmish at ments Ifahn street between K and K streets lot No gan single handod tho battle of Ufa Freedmans Bureau admission of Colorado 22 In O O rimlths addition tnlouisvlilo fronttiineo then his history is familiar to us the foot of Card Bidge in tho fall of 1868 feet In depib suffrage In ing 0 feet on Habn street by 12 all It has been tho steady udvanco of a by a minnleball was wounded by a ball In in which ho was sustainod 250 bnutheast corner ilahn anu V treeta lot to Iiiuivllfe No 2tlnO O oiear ueaa ana bravo Heart with unsul- Â¬ tho right shoulder at the battle of Oynthi tho District of Columbia admission of Ne fronting 60 feet firnKhs addition by 12554 on llahn street feet In lied personal and political character with braska against military rulo in tho South- Â¬ depth Southwest corner Preston and Oak a puro moral life and habits of unflagging una June 12 1864 and captured j on the ern States tenuro of olflee act three sup-- strrets W0 29 fret front on lruston bylM feet in lot industry bo bus won bis way upward in following night escaped was woundod by plemontal bills to tho reconstruction act depth with brick cottago of 5 rooms and colli liiiwi tho hearts our peoplo a musket ball in tbo loft knee and taken pieces of IInformatlon concerning jAsn legislator it was my good fortune to prisoner in Goneral Sheridans fight with amonding judiciary acttadmltting Arkansas nrnDerty HsUd above can the various at any be obtained claiming Its admission by provioua acts time by application to th Secretary at thaiofllco aitjjyjilm for four wintors only to learn Company In losebnof sobriety morullty jurisprudence Early in Virginia was sont to Uarpors excluding electoral votes of Southern of tbe Kentucky Landcorner ol Maintbe LUhgow Uulldlng northwest and Ihlrd andDemocrncy As a judge In my prac Ferry escaped and was soon aflor recap- Â¬ st nets oity of Loulsrillo tlco beforo him 1 havo found hipi able tured sent to Old Capitol at Washington States Freedmans Bureau discontinued admission of North Carolina South Caro Â¬ OTUEU PROPERTY FOR BALE pationt impartial just whom tho humblest and afterward removed to Johnsons Island lina Louisiana Georgia Alabama and Tbo Kentucky Land Company bare also for could itrust for protection against wrong sale In Wisconsin Minnesota Kansas Nebraska whoro ho remained until tho close of tho war whom tho grandoat and proudest could not Florida because it supersodod tho modo Illinois and other Mates Improved and unlm- awe Boforo him as a judgo tho groat and April 8 1863 ho was made first lieuconcern prosonlod by tho Constitution and coppor Eiroved farms all desired Informationcompanys may bo obtained at the l bumblo wero eaual tenant of Company E on Juno 9 was pro-Â¬ office in Chicago No 91 Dearborn street j tariff Such Mr Clialrnian und jjntlmen of purchases can likewise tbo Captatney and in Earlys In but two of those was ho sustained at which office The company has also forbe made tho convention In brief Is tho history of tho moted to sale do at any lime campaign against Sheridan in 1864 ho tho one mentioned above and tho ono roi sirablo lots in the city ot Chicago man whoso birth and life mako him first in Immediately garding tbo admission of the several Stated tho hoartsof our pooplo whoao very namo commanded his regiment is a tower of strongth with our mountain aftor returning to bis fathers at Morehead first named Grants vetoes wero nearly Grand Distribution of Valuable Democracy At his call tho sons of tho hlls bq resumed tbo study of tbo law and was all against private bills Tho exceptions will rally from bill and valley from upland Property by lot and lowland liko tbo Scottish clansmen at admitted to tho bar in tho spring of 1866 wero bills regarding tho Indian trust funds tbo call of the buglo hormof llnderiek Dhu and entered into practico in Rowan county regarding local matters intho district and Tho Democracy of BoyiUprcsen blin in connection with Judge John Elliott nroof in homestead entries per fee tine the tWdovotcd friend and former law partner In the fall of 1868 bo located at Carlisle Vovislon of tho statute and tho bill bo said ofoui deadjtjudgo as their cholco for tho highland oxaltod position of appellate Nicholas county where ho has since re-Â¬ was to Innate tbo currency judgo mained actively engaged In the profession Hayes was overruled on bis veto of tho Coming as I do from tho llttlo county In 1869 ho was elected county Judgo of A HOME FOK 5 silver bill but carried bis point against the of Boyd which sits In tho gato to tho Nicholas county re oloctod In 1870 without A FAItM FQIt fi Chineso bill and tbe bill to havo u special mountains six miles of whoso border is J A U Si BOND FOlt li resfgnod In 1871 and was qlectod term of the United States court to try tim- Â¬ hissed by tho waters of our American opposition A FOltTtfNE FOK Khlno twelve miles of whoso border Is to tho State Senate and served until 1875 ber depredators in Mississippi Thore Is washed by tbo limpid waters of tho Sandy During his entire term ho servod on the Four-in-Ha- nd but ono instance where a President vetoed a as they como tumbling from tho Cumber From 1870 to 1874 bill ropeallng a law and that was T lort lands on tbolr consoles march to the great judiciary committee FABTBOT IN TIIB yVOItLD Father of Waters with malice toward none bo was master commissioner ot Nicholas who pocketed a bill to ropeal a section of the but with charity for all and seeking to do county bill public land tract nothing from any of tho distinguished Religiously ho Is as He Is a Democrat candidates beforo this convention I upon sociated Church Cap Â¬ Hon Henry Watte rson a the Chairmanwith thq Christian iho part of tho Democracy of Boyd whoso ship of the State Convention Company Democracy is as firm as tho eternal rock tain HargU was marriod June 28 1869 to W have received several communica- Â¬ of our hlIUuand thoy through mo and Miss Lucy S Norvell of Nicholas county with tholr whole hearts In tide nOmihatlon daughter of William Nor volt a lawyer of tions respecting tbo chairmanship of tho A Corporation created by tbe Legislature of that place boforo i this convonllontho namo of Carlisle who represented tho county in the coming State convention These are di- Â¬ Stnte is the owner of some of the HKST IltOP KltTV IN TUff UNKlil STATUS and tbe Thomas Hargls of Nicholas 1834 was for two vided betwoon tho Hon Boyd Winchester Dlreotorsof tho Company hare determined to 1833 vjiow jud6e luuotu kiokiykd thk nom- Â¬ Legislature in thoand among Either distribute provisionsshareholders In accordance county filled other and tbe Hon John W Slovenson terms Judgo of with the of tbo charter some very ination these distinguished and eminent Ken valuable pails ef their posisslons situated On motion of Mr Brewster a committee prominent trusts in tho community and of chiefly in tbe Oity of Chicago III but parllv In tuckiani would be most acceptable to us the rtate of Minnesota lo tilts end 120000 was appointed to notify Judgo llargis of died September 5 1875 A II KH 01 the property berrlnaf Wlillo n member pf tho Senate Captain apd mostworthy of tbo party and tho oc fill will beSTOCK In A each and the holders sold at listed bis nomination and request his presonco in ach In Hargls engaged n tbe exciting debate on casl6n Governor StoveuionMsa gontlo tlmranf will h eiitttlml one eouiil chince parcels the convention chance of the share being entitled to tbo univorsity bllf and the Woodjord man of irreproachable character and an Â¬ cf property to be distributed During the absence of the committee Is certainly Mr Daughterly ottered a resolution indors Â¬ Weekly and other papora pronounced his tecedents Mr Winchester Following- - U n List ot tho Ho also the most brilliant and accomplished speak Tho position of our congressmen la In tho finest speech on tbo subject ing tbo Property ns DIviuuu Dis Â¬ or in tho State Thore couldBof course tribution i sisting uponthe subordination of tho mili Â¬ made lgal arguments pn negro testimony be no rivalry except that omjenerous No 1 llesldfnco furnUbed out- tary to IbeMvIl power and the resolution and on tho LI cklng rh er bill which were buildings and ft acres ground published friendship between the two a1 tbeir pri No 2 lhres acre Jot adjoining -- 335000 i HOOOO was adopted without a dlssentjng voice 60000 most affectionate No 3 Iwo acrelotadJdnlug vato relations are of tho jcpok HAiiois arsKou History of the Vetoet In the Past No 4 FoirJn hand team 21000 i o to xua van nunurea tots ao Hinco the foundation of tho covornmont Tbo committee conducted Judgo Uargl tTAfleach 76000 A wicALTiir German a short While ajjo For u moment ho was qver thoro havo been eighty or ninety vetoes by to tbo stand No 106 t0132 Twinly eljhtlols bought the patterns nnd rlghts pf many SlSlleaeh 38000 oomo with emotion and beforu him was an six by American stoves and Is nownJsMn theso No XS3 to 16 mm Twenty two lots two byVyyasblngton Presidents Ho t ocean of eyes wet with tears of joy Madison one by Monroe eleven by Jack American stoves In llollahdflt much No 166 to 300 Poriy sU farms 32000 raM alld a dond 11100 each 40000 CvnttntioHl I feel Iwe son eight hy Tyler three by Polk nine by handsomer profits than can bo realized No 301 to 1300 One thousand U Gentlemen of the S 4 percent bonds- feO each w of tbo spirit of triumph to night over tho Pierce three by Buchanan one by Ljncoln here at home This shows Amorlcan 60000 result of your deliberations than I ever seventeen by Johnson iyenty flvo by 000600 Total 1200 parcels property In this connection we call your at I felt over any othor success ot Of tbese tention tq a mst excellent stove tho A For Information about location of property witty aweond Grant and throq by laye como beforo you Impressed time plan and publioatlon nf dlstrlbullonaiid reach out my trembling ban1 t toubh by twelve wero what are called pocket vetoes 1 furnished by Messrs Utter Dro an the Dries and how to secure shares send fur your direction tho ermine which full from whoro the President falls to1 return the bill old reliable firm of Loulsylllo Ky See schedule to hondead Judge gentleman tholtaiqlw eftber way boforoCongress adjourns re advertisement in another column who Alls tjie grayo of u martyr to tholuws ceiving iVWKUinMM last ten uays oi vue weltb-Vjf- V liOUIHVILIiH KY Of this ptu4 Common Momcr easy to spend W D aiLLAbHHlt Beoretarr I bays receivod gifts from bU hands session N partner and friend Judgo J M Elliott In My heart is too full to thank you as I To the friends of tlio Court of Appeals or Kentucky Tho fcol for this nomination content closod to night n llttlo buforo eight tho mountainswhero I was born and reared oclock when a jnuaro Issuo was reached I return my doepest gratitude Go toll between llargis and Hon Richard Heed your children that you havo aided to honor on tho Qvcnty flfth ballot Ibo voto stand Â¬ ono iKirn ana reared HKothoy were tu tlio ho nbmlnntlon to succcod his lao patron position W VUrV i V ssiB--- df j Â¬ k 11 HORSE SHOES HUBS SPOKES West St SARVEN PATENT WHEELS Iron Stel Wails FELLOES TINWARE STOVES AND OTTER A BRO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Louisville JZy 71 Go vrnnt finish HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Kentuckyjand Sixth Street LOUISVILLE KY Stoves Coal Oil Stoves Â¬ New Homes in New tions of Country Coott SMesfleatiiiS Farmers FiiricesEtc With tho advantage of many years of experience In tho stovo trade wo have constructed tho A 1 Stove the Stovo you becnuso it Is suitable for all demands and localities The Miriety extends to over 100 patterns nlzt8 and Styles of Eery roally valuable and practical Improvement of tbe day has been applied to theso Stovs and we have so con t rut tod them nnd mado tho waro In such a manner and nf such rorxl mntorUI tlmt tin nnrrhrnur nH will Via tlolp Vnt tA stronccst endorsers Tho A 1 Is perfect In operation very attractive in design and in price and utility havo never been equaled by any Stovo jctotferod Sond for freo illustrated catalogue CC P MO 2 S MmSSKfiiY THE WHEELER CARRIAGE - RnQlilflHIH Pog UJS2 NMbiT Â¬ gen r 6J co P -- f1 dbH Hut Jj IT H PLANTERS COAL BOX ah n 3 5PI jAWS -- GMo Si Mr jj H S U O vo B 05 iJiWrt3U igH JHlBlgaBgfi AJr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i I M rlaimlng to bo pur aiteaU hae been disposlnir I territory uy license ami Venning iterators nder tho namo of the Mayfiold VVater Eleva patented Septomber i 1671 tor and Purifier and showing an elevator cororod bvour patents in direct violation of law and at tbesatno time defrauding tho public Wo hereby notify alt mako a careful examination of the itatcntotl article they propose to licenso nnd tho tilern tor they oner tor sale belore nurch sing as alt porsons maklig selling or using above patents without being properly licensed will be prooo cutod nr infringement Our agents who will A vory doiriblo call on ou are supplied with proper credentials for livery or country Aladu spo lallv fnr planters and and power to make contracts Uearutnlormid mrmcrs of tli rjtith bupiry or without top All use are mado shifting itnd can be With tops that parties ftom Nnchvllle Tenn and bt hanged from top to no top simply by removing four thumb scrows The whoels have Louis Mo and parties employed by them are en itaacd In this disreputable business and we Sar ens patent hub taao tins means of notllylng tne publlo tbat wo solo of ire sole ownersabove andntloned manufactunrs m of this Im under patents proved Wator Drawer For particulars circu Â¬ lars terms etc address F O LOBBY 1V1 West Market fitroct Louisville Ky or h W KaaaiiMKR Indianapolis Iud Geo Hudicii A Co Memphis tenn CIHKATKST Â¬ The Dublin are hereby notified Ihut nartles I ersono to whom tueso parties mane overtures to Â¬ Â¬ THREE SPRING BAROUCHE OUT DOOR RECREATION OF THE AGE Â¬ NEW AND IMPROVED GOODS ARCHERS Patent Wright Thornos A PALACE for A 5 TUB MOST PERFECT A Hunt family carriage Tho wbeols run under tho body enabling It to tarn very short With sldo curtains it protects perfectly from the weather j with curtains off and top thrown back It Is a delightful summer currlnge Bows Arrows Targets Qnirers Belts c THE PLATFORM PANEL ROOKAWAY FOUR SPRINGS Target Stands Â¬ Kontucky Land of IIETTBR quality for LiSS Money than erer Mill orders promptly attond offered before to Bend for Catalogue and 1rlce list ti TERRELL DIETZ LOUISVILLE Hi bi 513 CO I i Attn Hit cm SEEDS OaU Onion Beta easy er V O Sreilvt sititati of KY Onip Ml Ceajttj T rr Ulovar Timothy Orohard Orasa Dlua Millet Bead araaa Uei Top Hungarian aceompanUd by o Orders andforctlofq Order filled al lowest nutket prtoe uiu TIVKan iS oar Seed Manual mailed to any addrees oa re f ramai iwww wm Â¬ lor Msw a ft CO Â¬ gress myJto Â¬ Kentucky Land Company - H- The A SCKOOLBOV on Woodcubcks writer of this attends school in Albany Woodchucks Is a very curious animal It Is made of hair and eyes and has two front teeth and can sec a man with a gun when I have seen the eyes are hut and bolted An eleirant closo famllv carrlacro with blch dnora and class In nuartrra makfnir li a dog shake a woodchuck till both were as comfortable as a coach It can be hung with throe springs and a coupling pole A woodchuck csn snivel black In the face up his nose and show his teeth and look as homely as I can without trying They lit A on one end and eat With the other woodchuck can get home faster than ft gun can shoot lie Is round all over except MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST CLASS his feet which are black When eaten they retain the flavor of their neits and BUGGIES AND seem to have been cooked without being A fat woodchuck when eat prop- Â¬ pared 30tt Mttlu Street Neur EltfUtli LOUISVILLE KY erly Is no laughin1 matter They come We mako only FIliST OLA8S Vehicles and sell at lower nrlcee than the same under the head of domestic animals1 and think there aint no place like hoine when character of work material and workmanship considered can be purchased elsewhere VVnnV1nnn llIIol fyg a dog goes for one of cm fW WV4 WNMVMWWMyV V V V WHEELERCARRIAGE COMPANY JERSEY WAGONS PHAETONS Vt 4 siaJBaftfc si fs w9i hmM ilLh wmemammmssmsm THE CONVENTION CentinutJfrom KEI ORTJDF COMMITTER ffnt faff ON ORGANIZATION y i- - ColEJ Crossland from the committee on organisation then offered the following furtKeVrefiort Irom hit commftteei Your committee on organtratlon would furthervreport ns follows Rtsolitdhn the headquarters of the StatcCentrol Committee until others lie ordered be located at Frankfort Ky and be composed of the following memben to chairman It i J -- Stoddard Johnston JudgeHVm Lindsay W P D Hush J Souln J loom J w laic ami A Duval rif the city of Trankforf and the following other membersi II Burnett of Iaducah j J C Thompson of Muhlenburg udrrrfS il Doles of Darren Judge R A burton of Lebanon Judge W D Hoke of LouUtlllc U W Nelson Tif Campbell 17V ftoblnton of Pavette I W Al corn ofiLlncoln i r D McClenry bf Knox las CSmltli or 1 lemlne KtshlvfJ Jhat the first seven members named lie an executive committee who hal have frower to act in all matters rem tive to the interests of the party except calling a general convention nnu trie seleo tion of the place for holding such conven tlon Rtsohtd That no member of the central committee shall act by proxy unless such proxy islin writing specially directing the desires of such committeeman Rtsohtd That the central committee shall beVeallcd together In the general interests of the party at least once every year Rtsohtd That if the chairman of the State cxccuthc committee or of any congressional or district committee or of any county committee shall fail to call a meet inffof the same w hen requested so to do by a majority of said committee then a ma iorlty of the committee shall hac the power to call such meeting Rtsohtd That the chairman of each county committee in any congressional or other district shall constitute the committee for such district and shall have power to select from their own number the chair mm of such district committee and if they tail to select such chairman within three months then the central committee shall make such selection AVreKvThat hereafter the basis of reprc scntation be one otc for every two hundred Democratic otcs cast in any county or ward of any city of the State or fraction over one hundred otes provided e cry county shall have at least one otc Rtsohtd That the State central committee shall rc6rganuc the county committees throughout the State whenever necessary Rtsohtd That hereafter the State cvntral committee in calling State conventions shall designate a day upon which delegates shall be chosen for said convention and that all the counties in the Stale shall select thejr delcgatcsiupon the same day in such mannerMis may be prescribed by the county lommittec tJudgeT Bigger chairman of the commit- Â¬ tee on resolutions offered the following report i ftrroRT oFcoMMirrrt os ki soiutions The Democracy of Kentucky in convention assembled reaffirm their attachment to the Constitution of the United States and the Union of the States as the best guar antec for the liberties of the people and their prosperity and happiness They rejoice in the fact that it is in their power to recognize that all the State are restored to their political autonomy They hereby record their solemn protest that a popular verdict at the polls has been reversed by the action of an electoral commission and they declare that while in the interest of peace tint result was acquiesced rfoisti r or Till- LASDOFUCK in yet it shall not be heid as a precedent Nominations for register of the Imd of for tuture violations of right and justice Though thus deprived of control of the ex fice were announced as In order by the ecutivc power in the administration of the chairman while the convention was still in federal government they congratulate the state of excited disorder consequent people of the country at large that the popular will expressed at the polls has upon the nomination of Colonel Pickett The following were named secured the supremacy of n Democratic majority in both houses of Congress Dr S S Scott of Iloonc county by O In further expression of our views we P Hogan of Grant resolve tint ue have viewed with intense Henry Clay of Louisville in a graceful interest the issue between the Congress of the United Stitts mil the President and speech that did him much credit named contemplate with unfeigned anxiety and Captain Tom Marcum condemnation the unprecedented attitude Hon A R Doone of Graves county assumed In the executive in his message rejecting the supplies tendered by the peo nominated I man Boyd of Calloway Mr Thomas K Gordon of Owen counple for the support of their arm upon the wholesome condition that no military force ty named W L Vorhies of Henry should be used at their dictions Rtsohtd Tint we heartily Indorse the S P Love nominated Lafayette position taken by our senators and repre sentatives in Congress in coupling with the Wilson of Hopkins appropriation bills now pending a demand Hon Ed Turner named E P Denton of for redress of grievances by the repeal of existing laws which tolerate the presence of Estill W II Poberts of Pendleton was named soldiers at the polls the continuance of test oaths as a condition for jury service Judge Mclure nimed I N Williams and the emplnymcnt of supervisors and of Rockcastle deput marslnls to control elections Joseph M Davidson nimed Mordecai Raohcd I hit in this great issue between the people ami a partisan executive we Williams of Doyd have implicit confidence In our senators Ira Julian named John L Moore of Frank and representatives and indorsing their fort action up to the prcunt hereby assure Win C Hickey of Cumberland county them of our hearty support in whatever ac tion they may tike to maintain the funda Â¬ was nominated mental principle tint the military power Colonel W C P Drcckinridge named shall be kept subordinate to the civil Ralph Sheldon and tint elections shall be free from execuFirst Dallot Sheldon 498 Marcum 216 tive interference Rtsohtd I hat we ipprove he action of 1 N Williams 38 Mordecai Williams the ieneral Assembly in submitting to the 134 W H Roberts 154 W L Vorhies 115 people the question of calling a convention Denton 37 Hickey 32 Doyd 195 Wilson for the purpose of forming a State constitution and we hereby commend the call to 109 Moore 32 Second Dallot Defore the beginning of the favorable consideration of the Demo cratic voters of the State the second ballot the names of Ilcnton Rtsohtd hit wc approve the measures Moore and Varhies were withdrawn and heretofore adopted to create a general and When the call of efficient svstem of common bhool educa- the balloting proceeded tion and pledge the Democratic party to the counties had concluded Mordecai Wiltake such steps as from time to time ex liams Hickey Roberts Wilson and Gil perience may demonstrate to be wise to so bert were withdrawn amid the greatest perfect the svstem is to furnish every child in the-- State the means of a fair Lngllsh confusion Most of the delegates being on their feet education Col Jas WTate was unanimously chosen and all talking at one time and disregard ing the appeals of the chairman for quiet as the paitvs candidate for treasurer The office of superintendent of public the secretaries were all at sea as county after county changed to Marcum and Shl Instruction was then voted upon George M Edgar J K Hodges T C II dons nearly gained victory began to slip I Smith II A M Henderson Vance from his grasp Joseph I Pickett J M Halscll and J L Somebody rung Colonel Will Dreckln Only Allen were placed in nomination the George ridges cry of four years ago and one vote wis takenas follows and another M Edgar 295 Henderson 356 Hodges soldier boy of the mountains 56 Pickett 34t Vance 55 Smith 329 called out the vote of a county for the Allen 55 and Halscll I do It looked like anybodyH race Union At twenty minutes before two at the still for counties began to change to Lynn close of the first ballot the convention ad Doyd amid hearty applause joumed to meet at 9130 op Iriilay morning It was an exciting scene to some more so themselves than the candidates who THE SECOND DAYS PROCEEDINGS moved nervously and anxiously through the The convention assembled at 9130 A M hall Some of Gilbert vote after his with Colonel C II Rochester of Lincoln withdrawal went to D W Williams and county chairman pro ttm in the absence like Little Duttcreup mixed them babies of Governor Stevenson who had not yet up Nobody knew what vote any one aWvidJJ Thelfallqr thcTfyill for the sec had the best of secretaries couU iot keep for the cholccv of a candidate for It The changes ent steadily on 01 U 110110 superintendent of public instruction was Christian county went to Doyd amid proceeded with In the mldii of some con cheers and then began a break from Shel fulfonl caused by the constant arrivals of don to Marcum several counties going lak coming delegates and spectators Many over and a second time mountain stock took The eleventh ward of of the votes were cheered by the friends a rise in tho market the greatest Louisville swept over tr Marcum amid loud nf the respective candidate interest having all along centered in this cheers and earnest l began to bt made which the chair ballot office The splitting of votes so noticeable for another ntt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at the session last night continued though to a less marked extent but still sufficient to give the recording secretaries something Several of to entertain themselves with the candidates mingled with the delegates and particularly that bundlo of energy and who whatever pluck Ham Henderson may be said of him otherwise is ever act Ive and alert In the Interest of Dr Hen derson 1 he result of the first ballot was at fol lows Henderson 381 Pickett 323 Edgar 370 ltalsell 331 Allen 150 Smith --135 The names of Hodges and Vance were withdrawn before the beginning of the roll call Under the rule dropping the candidate receiving the least vote Allen was dropped Second llallot Henderson 438 Halsell 3ti Edgar J25 Smith 333 Pickett 361 Third Dallot At the conclusion of the calling of the vote of the third ballot the utmost confusion prevailed owing to the chairmenof several delegations withdrawing their votes and transferring them to other candidates In the midst of the uproar Mr Hardin of Henry withdrew the name of Smith Four or five men were on the floor at a time and it was simply Impossible for the secretary to keep any record of the The various transfers from proceedings Edgar and Smith to Pickett caused deafen ing applause and the uproar for the time being was of a most tumultuous nature Pending the uproar Dr Henderson said What I have to say will meet your ap- Â¬ Worn and wasted by the camprobation paign I will only talk for a few minutes 1 am the remnant of a lost cause After a few years of toll in the war my frail and I feeble body bears marks of hardship never wanted the office but determined to name before the people and try to Imt my record as an officer I will not my retire to the shades of private life An inMy suc dignant public will set me aright cessor is an able man I am connected with him by family bonds He is repre sented by the Dreckinridges and others who have always been my friends I withdrew feellne as in a shipwreck that a man will save his jewels and will go I now back to my friends vindicated withdraw and if you will allow me as a delegate for the time being move to make the nominition of Colonel Pickett unaniApplause mous Colonel Edgar made a handsome little speech and withdrew his name seconding the motion to make Colonel Picketts noml This was done in the nation unanimous midst of great applause and confusion and loud calls were made for Pickett The nominee said he desired to express his sense of gratitude fdr the honor done him nnd pledged his best efforts to dis He atcharge the duties of the office tributed his success to his friends and comrades and to the fact that he had ever been His speech was faithful to Democracy tasty neat and short When Colonel Pickett had concluded Colonel W C P Drcckinridge came forward and made such a speech as only he can It wan lull 01 lecnng ami warmth and brought out the very loudest applause showing the hold he had on the convention His eulogy of Colonel Pickett was only second to tint paid him yesterday in naming him for that office Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ruled was not In order until tbt vote was announced which was ntit to an Impossl billty Soma one took the floor and made a point of order against the vote of Robert son county Everything was most Inextricably mixed The secretaries untangled the vote as fol low but no one can swear to its correct Sheldon 573 Marcum 567 Doyd nessi 337 D W Williams 88 Doyd was withdrawn before the close of the third ballot much of his vote going to when Sheldon securing his nomination the convention adjourned Â¬ Interesting Facts tor Tea and Drinkers to Read 121 CofTte Grkat Atlantic and Pacific Tka Co 1 Fourth street tauisvllle Ky J We take great pleasure In Informing our numerous customers and the public cner ally that we are in receipt of a large ship ment of the finest teas and coffees ever brought ts this market that by securing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the earliest pickings several cargoes of which have already arrived and others art on their way we are now giving our cus Â¬ tomers the benefit of these fresh teas at lower prices than can be obtained of any other house In the country as will be seen by examining our price list We call your attention to the fact that you will find our third and fourth grades of teas equal if not superior to the highest price teas sold In groceries and other stores throughout the country and although others have sometimes cut under our prices by glvjng Inferior qualities or short quantities our prices have as a whole become the standard of values and we have steadily increased our business at a ratewholly unparalleled vntll now we may truthfully say wc control the tea trade In selecting our teas we only import such Many purchase teas because as draw well they look well being so highly colored as to deceive the eye but as tea is finally to be consumed we prefer to handle only At present those kinds that drink well there is a large quantity of inferior tea in the market the Introduction of which to the consumers will certainly injure the con sumption of tea Our teas are imported by us and sold We do not of upon their intrinsic merits fer trash at any price Our coffee department has always been a Our coffee leading feature in our business sales have increased about two hundred per centum over the same period of last year This wonderful increase is entirely owing to the superior quality of coffee sold by us The purity of our various choice grades owiag to our course of never mix Â¬ We sell just what the ing is unequalled While other houses ap- Â¬ brand implies parently aim at low priced coffees at a sacrifice in quality we pursue the opposite course and sell only the best charging the lowest possible price far the quality of the goods The price of coffees fluctuates so much that we can not give quotations in advance but we will always fill orders at the lowest market pice and guarantee the quality To parties wishing samples of our teas we will send them to the amount of three pounds by mail on the receipt of list price with the addition of fifteen cents per pound added to assist in paying postage We conduct our business on strictly cash We send goods by express to principles A postoffice order collect on delivery must accompany each order when goods are to be sent by mall We trust we shall soon be in receipt of an order from you and which If received we promise shall have our best attention Send for price list Yours very truly Great Atlantic and PACtrtc Tea Qo No 121 Fourth St Louisville Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Man With a White As an article oftlre which marks the gentleman of toM In wearing nppirel there U nothing more effective than n white Thorn U an atr of cleanllneM and neatnnnA about tho man who emerge from tho front door of his dwelling Into the sun light on a bright summer morning arrayed in a ipotleM whlto vest nnd an ImmacuhUo ahlrt which appeals Irresistibly to tho con fidence of his fnllowmen It scorns toiay I havo choron tho whito becaiiso I have no dirt to conceal A ulean collar and cutfr and rarefally brushed show Aro Indlspnn sablo accoAsorloa to tho effect and tho ab sence of them s readily noticed All men have soino contrnl point of droM AVIth ono It may bo In tho hat an other may bo fastidious as to hoslory nnd till another may Incline to it nont cravat Uaroful In thoso ho inny be careless res to tho cut of his coatnnd oblivious to the bagglnoss ofhis brooche Hut a nently fitting wlilto vwt Is booomlng to nny woll dreMod gentleman nnu tho number worn It increasing each Reason Tho prevailing stylo for tho coming sea Â¬ son will boa fix button Ingle brcaatod vest with no collar and buttons detached This vtiit is tho leading atylo at Vf N DaylMs at 72 Fourth avonuo Louisville and soils at from 75 cents to 350 each and tho special attention given to this department of his buslnoM by tho enterprising young proprietor for tho pnst four aununenils the bunt guarantee of his ability to plcaso the tnot fastleifous customer Ho mnkos tho whlto vest a uludy All goods arocarefuily shrunken beforo the vesta ate cut Bnd afly plait covors tho rings that fasten jn tho buttons Each vest is carofullj- - pxamirjcil after it is mndo and beforo it is laundried In fact tho snmo care is used iu the manu Â¬ facture of vests which has rendered a Iky lens shirt tho ne plat ultra of garments Neatly flttlnir restlnir unon the ahouf uors not suspended from tho neckband titling perfectly yot not folt anywjiero a porfoct model of comfort Let the wcar or of nn lll ttttlng shirt which IoKher too high in the neck compelling hlra to carry his chin in tho uir or to low dragging his neau down toward tho ground call at iiaj 1cm nnd got measured for half a dozen shirts Ho will obtuln bin first gllmpso of unalloyed uli Other leading feature of this establish mens aro iepporoll Joans drawers at 62Jc white lawn cravats at 20c per dbzon fancy hosiery at 12Jc to 75c Rtilm for self measurement aro supplfed on applica tion and orders are daily being filled Irom all parU of tbo country from tho unlaun- drled shlrta mode to ordor at 0110 to two dollar up to the finest shirt known to tho Vt spatter him witha dlih elout all the record Ingdngsls in the land V tight ouldnt da justice to the timuUyerthrFGtHf W m OTIS W SNYDER MAXOTAOTomao j THE DOLLAR WEEKLY - vt which dow it work most effectually and you will lesson tho work one half In the Iro for their atovn line Write to Ottor froo lluotrated catalogue nnd prices Itf all matters of housekeeping get that JEWELER Fourth 100 MCT A nil NIHiT Avonuo LOTjris VJLXiE ICY and ehrvnrmeter bslanee fully warranted ns to quality nnu as a correct llmekpcpcrbr115 mull nl for the our nik to any aelilros ou receipt of Watch and GOe for pottage or by exnre OOU Subject to examination If delred before pay Â¬ ing Money may be sent uUly by mall in a We end registered letter from any poptoOlc our new uiuiirairu cAiningue 01 uwi rtnr ning noun oiner Walftieii Bpectacle uoltl Forks and Hpooni Pocket Knives Silver Plated Ware Beth Thomas Clock etn to any address n HA KNK8 A IIIIO Jeweler 2i Main St 1 Since the consolidation mid The Xchh much linn of Tim Vosil send our Kxtra Heavy Hntld Silver WKing American lever WntrU extra JenHunt elled Â¬ All kinds of Jewelry greater attention Sont on Solootion to any Address been given to tho Weekly edlilouj n It ulll rontnln full retlow of tho noni lriithered from nil Hcrtlnn It will hare freuli MARKET ItKPOItTN Louisville Hotel llloc oulTlllvK LITEHAKY ITlMN AMUNE MENT AXI MtmiCAL NOTEN POLITICAL rOEVTS HAIL Prlco 25 rents tent by mnlt t una Contain twelve leading medicine ppectfic In nearly nil dlenct Full directions with ennh WAY NEWN iiml Kdltorlal dtwiwv work of Hod In their direct hocring upon a Very convenient for traveler and ought Ing iiue moral and physical imperial and tare flxty IWo nago to be In every family Will bo sent ifily br over nil ecclesiastical ions of nil current hplr deal- Â¬ mlill ot pnld on receipt of Jl 10 25 cents pamphlet for Ufuhldiacount to er Address Dr 3 B WABSON by It It DOLLING Jk CO Library Homcoopathlo 1harmacy Published building 181 Fourth avenue LoilflV Lett Kr It Is tho intention or the lnhlNher Corner Third nnd Walnut tLoiiltrille Ky Tme JTXXSX OXXX Agreeing tira wora rosinoH J K SUTCL1FFK O A OWI3N to make It nn Indispensable Family roLIFFEOWElT Inper nnd no pnliiH irjll be spared to make It eijiinl to nny Weekly Xcitdpnpcr published lit llio South The terms ore A atid Shoes Eobts 239 West Main Street 237 and 1 OXE In OLLAll A YEAH advance in cnli discount of ten per cent 01 er allowed on nil clubs of ten and Address rt LOUISVILLE KY Wo Buy nntl Soil Exclusively for CASH Merchant can Snvo IO to lfi per coat ly hit ting of n Send for Price Lint which flpenkri for Itnelf TIIK WEEKLY POST AND NEWS 120 Green St Louisville Ky Fischer Leaf Co MANUFACTURERS No 101 West Jefferson Street - - - - LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ trade Mr Daylaw dosorves siicco Ho had In a fow yeArs by tho meana alwuys in reach of intelligent energetic young men viz trUslworthlnoii and onergy combined with k liberal and judicious advertising built up a business on a utrlctly cash basis which is worth a much in good will as a largo stock of goods or a farm in tbo Bluegrasf and while justat tho age when most young inon aro beginning to think of rowing tbo last of thoir wild oats nnd settling down to curning their living Is in tbo enjojmont of a com fortHblo income as tho rwult of bis own enterprise Tlirouoh to New York in Thirty Hours The Reliable Pan HandleAhead or r Competitors Slap I Dab I Lickoly split Wo fctroak od it through tho Jnrsesl said Stm Slick years ago and that is tbo way we trovol now but without the danger that nttonded fast trnveling in tho old dnys In fact it is well demonstrated that tho rate of upced at which a railroad train Is sent flying over the track has littlo to do witli tho danger of accidents by rail A railroad liko tho Pan Handle perfectly equipped and well man Â¬ ned with experienced railroad men can run its trains tit doublo the rats of njieed that would bo considered safe upon an ordinary road Every improvement that Is regar ed as conducivo to tho safety of trains or tho comfort of passengers is at unco adopted by tho managers of tho Pan nandlo railroad Nothing is expensive nnd nothing cheap Tho only question is docs It fill the require- VII1 It avert danger J Through inentsT vu flowiorK iu unriY noun simosi DOloro tho novelty pf ho trip is overt and long be fore weariness comes on tho brakesman sing out Jersey City Through Cin clnnati Columbus lHUburghHarrisburg down the beautiful Susquohannn to Phila Â¬ delphia and on to Now York all in thirty hours r HA h tt t air M county-Col- onel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Cheapest Insurance The hard times during the past few years has caused many of the best men in the country to forfeit their policies in the Insurance companies doing business on the old plan while many others have made the greatest sacrifices in order to meet their premiums as they become due Some of the leading business men of Louisville having suffered in this way and seeing the necessity Jot cheaper insurance organ bed on the 27th of April 1878 the National iviuiuai jtcncni association aim aunng me which has just first year of Its existence closed the association issued twenty five hundred and fifty certificates of member ship and is now paying nearly 3500 on the death of a member The membership fee is 10 the assessments are from 1 to 4 according to the age of Healthy men are admitted the member from the ages of 18 to 65 years and none are admitted who do not pass a artful examination by a regular appointed physician Only five deaths have occurred in the asso ciation since its organization and one of the five losses was paid with the surplus without making an assessment so that only four assessments have been made within the year It is unquestionably the cheapest ins surance available and it will be seen from the character of the gentlemen composing the following board of directors that it is perfectly safe and responsible Dr Geo James Dridgefprd president II W Hunter E Cooke vice president Esten Cooke treasurer secretary J Directers A O Drannin Jno G Darrct W N Haldeman Jno II Richardson M D Logan C Murray and Clinton Mc Clarty After carefully examining into the merits of the association the writer of this has joined the same and he recommends his ftiends who contemplate doing likewise to addrem J Esten Cooke secretary 120 V Main street Loulsvile Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cheapest Place in the United States to Buy MANTELS and CRATES Latest Styles and Finest Work All Work Guaranteed LOUISVILLE MANTEL AND CASKET GO Successors to Haokott Manufacturing Co MANUFACTURERS OP Marbleized Enameled Iron Mantels Furniture Get Photographs and Price Lists by Mall The labor and annoyance of shopping for furniture may be iaved by addressing the J W Davis FurnitureCompany corner Preston and College streets Louisville Ky They will send photographs and price lists to any one who wishes to pur chase a lot 01 lurniiure from these Jha articles may he selected as readily as b visiting the factory or salesroom and the plan will not only save time but money as they will give their customer who deal direct with them the benefit of purchasing If hey sell through an from first hjmds agent or merchant the middleman must have a profit but they desire to k11 o the customer direct and save the additional cost How to Buy 1 Â¬ cf This U a responsible house and one of the largest In the West They employ in average of 150 hands the year round ind have not been able to supply the demand but have made improvements to enable them to so do In the future They dry their lumber in the open air carrying a stock of over tyoooo worth and never touch it until it has seasoned for three years fl hey nfakoa specialty of bed room and dining room wts and those wishlog photographs and price Mkohrh Ottkr Si IIro aro old rwpon list should designate what articles they slblo inorclmnU and can bo rolled on Their wantv Any one making purchases in thic stock comprises stovM wator coolor re Â¬ way from this bouse will find it very con frigerators tollnt sots and house furnishing venient and satisfactory Office No 71 Hlxtli street goods ireuorally average man will sit nassive in a Louisville Ky The JTAUXUKX barbers chairand unmunnunpgly submit R WHITNEY President Lit avury person wishing a stove nf an 10 oaving Mivcoantenanccvtncered wltn WM TATTEnSONyic President description tenet 10 utter c wo tor the toapsuas an i inurapta wlto a wad of HocreUry and T rtaiurer Illustrated catalogue hritle but jf his wlfq houd accidentally JNO W Wheels and Iron The advertisement of Tho Jl Crutcher who has recently purchased the interests of his partners In the late hrm of Crutcher Co will be found without the Loving aid of spectacles in this paper Manufac turers of wagons and carriages blacksmiths and others dealing in or manufacturing Iron will be handsomely treated by Mr Crutcher and they will find him ready to compete with the trade in the articles in which he deals Drop him a line and get his figures Â¬ m and Salesroom 111 Jefferson Street Tyler Block nU WENZEL UUiC MAIM z LOUISVILLE KIT Hi I 1 Jtaasser IgjjgWjjjggWI w Conflagration n Toblnsport County Board of Health A Womans llama Sho reads dimo novels or at least she About hnlf pnst otic oclock Sunday after It will bo scon by tho following order that used lo Aftjr n hcarly breakfast tho other Gulnnre moans tho blossom of tlio porno noon whllo tho family woro absent from tho county court 1ms acted promptly upon morning aho seized upon a 10 ccut novol prnnntc Nearly all femalo names signify mny tin found nn homo the dwelling houso of Mr Dudley our suggestion 1 lli tt Uio CllA that a county board of health entitled Dendwood Dick or tho Prlnco of birds flowers scents or other ornaments or IlllWLlt It Bevuni in tho upper edgo of Toblnsport should bo nppoinlod without delay It Is tho Road and sought tho privacy of tho luxuries which abound in their hyperbolilowMHprr Advertising IIiiimii 10 Spruco Indinna Immediately opposito our city was well Tho court merits tho thanks of tho woodshed which was located in tho roar of cal poetry During ttioso modern times IUliiacoiitnirlHtimy totally destroyed by firewlth nil Us contents Willi feverish Im Ideas havo been caught from the Orient nnd community for its action A Latter board tho family domlcil Tho adjacent bam o Mr Ahl was also de could not well havo given to tho nnmo boon scloctcd All pntienro sho turned pngo after pngo nnd tho amo significance stroyed together with from G0 to 100 thrco members WKDNKSDAY MAY 14 1870 It Implies a restonro physicians of culturo delved deeper and deeper into tlio tnystcrics English Fomnlo Bitters worth of corn and liny It is supposed tho und experience She ration to health n radicnl cure of nil thoso Tho law gives thorn nnt of tho Knights of tho Black Hills fire originated from n defective flue as tho plo power to enforce any and all sanitary soon finished tho book A faw moments chronic derangements nnd Irregularities PERSONAL family had not bcon gone moro than hnlf measures thoy may deem necessary for tho wns spent In deep study tlion tho resolve that nulla tho femalo sex It implies quick Miss-- Corn Smith of Ilnrdinsbure was nn hour after partaking of dinner when prevention of disease nnd infections Their firmly entered her heart to cmulnto tho ox aud powerful action over fomato troubles tu tho city Friday the building wns discovered to bo in flames duty is to inspect nil premises in She repaired It Implies regutntiug aud restoring old and tho towns amplo of Dendwood Dick n W It Uowmcr nnd SI It Taylor left for It was a small frame cottngo well furnished nnd county to which their attention may bo hastily to tho house procured n suit of young females to their natural condition Every thing wns lost Nono of tho proper Louisville Sunday per Guthrie called or of their own motion cellars out boys clothes nn old horso pistol without and no lady should fail to uso them ty was insured 500 will cover alt losses buildings npnrtmcnts ponds garbago For sale by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky lots any lock nnd a hungry looking butcher Miss Haltio Huswcll of Hardinsburg Is knifo Sho returned boldly to tho wood etc and order their cleansing by tho own Alleged Attempt at nape tho guest of Miss Leila Ilcnly thia week Havo You Headache Wm N Pnto n woll kiiown farmer nnd ers or occupants by n given time If their shed discarded her dross nnd donrcl tho Mr David Cnrwilo and Mrs Abo Moor Ono ceniB worth of Baileys Salino Aper order is disobeyed then thoy are empow mnsculluo gurb crammed the old horso man oLMt Zion were in the city last week trader of this county wns arrested Inst ient will euro you Have you ncid stomach with tho ered to employ hands nnd havo it done platot into her coat tail pocket or heartburn Haifa cents worth of Bai o- Capt 3 M Wlitto U iinproiing slowly Wednesday by officers Taylor and Dowoll tho cxpcnccs boing assessed upon tho pro Â¬ muzzle end out and hid tho butcher knifo leys Salino Aperiont will euro you Havo 1iut is still conGnod to his room at Mrs K of this city on a charge of felonious ns perty Tho following is tho order appoint in her shirt bosom After giving vent to you constipation Two cents wortli of snultupon the person of alittlo 13 year old Sebastians two or three subdued whoops smothered girl named Guest living about thrco miles ing Iho board Bniloys Salino Aperient will relievo you Miss Kllza Dcwccso of Short Creek and om to keep from alarming tho enemy tho Btati or KrNTccnY from town Tho assault is alleged to havo Tlireo cents worth of Arosrou bilious Mies Laura llnyncs of Hnrdinsburj llRKCKICNRinaK CoUKTT COURT are sho looked fiercoly old man nnd woman occurred somo two weeks ago The accused Baileys Salino Aperient will remove nil May Tmm My 1879 visiting the family of Mr Henry Davis quietly sneaked out tho In accordance with an act providing for tho nbout her then Baileys had a preliminary examination beforo Mag Aro you dyspeptic biliousness tho rivor Miss llosino Wilkorson nnd Miss ICnto a istrates Raitt and Pierce Friday nnd tho anpemtmont of It Board of Health approved back way nnd rushed frantically to Salino Aperient will do you good It is n I March 16 1878 in timo to board tho packet for Evansvlllc Babbage accompanied Miss Cnrrio Wntkins evidenco adduced was of such a plcnsint nnd cooling purgative nnd foams Oudkbkd Ily tho coort that Dr J R Holt nntiiro as home in Holts Bottom last Saturday to to justify accused in being held in tho sum of Cloverport Dr A M Klncholoe of liar thenco by rail to Lcadvlllo her field of aclike soda water Its pleasantness makes it dlnsburg and Dr E R Pcnnliiston of awaited her remain a few days quilo n favorite among tho Indies For of 200 to nwnit tho action of tho grand loyvllle comtttuto the Hour J of llealthHew tion whore wealth and fame for but jury which was promptly given Mr Pato Ilreckcnrlilgo county with tho first named ai sowing women factory girls nnd nit who LOCAL BREVITIES Tho beat laid schomei o mice and men Sea acta of 1878 vol 1 page S3 is a married man and has heretofore borne chairman lead a closely confined lifo its effects arc Gang aft gtcc A truo copy Attnt i Dion Jolly DP a very good character in tho community The hojt pound is m t moving some freight sho took gratifying relieving their headache and confor whllo Board of Health Order He claims that tho whole thing is n put up Only fiO cenls per boltlo deck passage a largo rot ran out nnd hap stipation Taylor did soil the hogs For sate by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky job for tho purpose of extorting money from CLoVKitrc RT Ky May 10 towards her when tho hero of pened to tun Now boys go in on your muscle htm The truth will be made npparent wo An order of tho Drcckcnridgo county the horso pistol nnd butchor knife jmnped A Public Demand A jtymnasinm club has bocn organized presume when tho case comes to final trial court dated May 1 1879 created a county up on to n bnlo of tobacco nnd held up cflectunl nnd Thoso pretty whito sun bonnets look aw Tho evidence beforo tho examining court Hoard of Henlth of which I was appointed her breeches and sbiekcd liko n locomo Has long been tnndo for an perrannent chill romedy containing no qui ful nice was of n naturo to exclude it from our colchairman tive on n down grade until some deck hnnds nine nrsenicjor mercury nnd that produces Edisons electric light will not effbet tho umns I regard cleanliness as tho prime factor rescued her nnd conveyed her to tho Indies no unpleasant symtoms about tho head one price of gas in Cloverport Shooting of Dr Ellis Haynes at Dixon by of health and comfort nnd in pursuance of cabin whero sho remained during the round that can bo taken by tho most delicate stom Mr E L Price tho duties entailed upon mo by tho appoint- Â¬ trip Tho old horso pistol rests quietly in acb and nets upon tho secretions thoroughDr Nwsom protested nnd will finht it out if it takes nil summer Saturday tho 3rd instant the Democracy ment of tho court I feol compelled to order the garret and the butcher knifo has again ly without other medicine ono that strikes carving Mr P Praio is building a new addition of Wobstcr county met in convention nt nil premises of tho citizens of the town of boon called into octivo service for nnd completely eradicates all minsmctic Dixon for the purposo of selecting n candi- Cloverport irrespective of condition rank purposes while tho sad eyed Suo goes poisons lurking in tho system Such a rem to his dwelling house on First street or color to bo clcnuscd and such places as meekly nbout her household duties softly Jit Pisgah has surrendered nnd tho can date for tho Legislature the contest being may bo detrimental to tho health nnd com- singing to herself while sho prepares tho edy has lately bcon placed beforo tho public between Dr J Eilis llnyncs and Mr W II Bnd is known as Days Ague Tonic which nons on jio Mount boomcth no longer Parker Tho former was defeated for tho fort of the owners oecupnnts or their neigh morning hash is having n wonderful run Itcnu bo taken Mr Amiel Oelze 8 new resiThe work on This to I never attended a temperance lecture in ul alt limes by the most delicate makes pernomination and appears to havo let his bors to bo thoroughly disinfected dence on Wall street is progressing rapidly temper get tho Cus-tom-Ma- de better of his judgment in his be dono by tho 20th day of Juno proximo my lifo still nm no ndvocatc of whisky manent cures nnd ono bottle is frequently The tobacco buyers with large stocks on chngrin over the result to such extent that After that date I will personally inspect Think the devil was tho first ono that ever sufficient to cure ft whole family hands nro enjoying this warm dry weather ho indulged in outspoken and serious every house nnd lot in the town nnd see became n distillor Ho opened out in tho For sale by A II Fisher Cloverport Ky Ginseng is selling t 10 cents per pound threats ngainst Mr E L Price n friend of thai tho law is speedily nnd rigorously en- Garden of Eden and has been nt it ever Met one of his subjects upon tho for grccu and 75 cents for dry and in good the successful aspirant xtho had worked forced I hope that I will bo spared this since manfully in tho interest of his favorite disagreeable duty by the prompt nnd hearty street to day Ho had ono cyo gouged en demand U Piltsbuigh Lump delivered 18 cents tirely out covered with blood nnd hit Mrs Catharine Seaton wifo of Geo II Price in consequence of llnyncs threat co operation of nil good citizens Pittsburgh Not delivered 16 cents Respectfully Ho was n dicdVcry suddenly last Friday of prepared himself for any emergency and bad whisky JRHoit MD hido full of Scnton Country wagons one cent less Chmn Board of Health pitiable nnd yet disgusting sight to behold Sunday night met llnyncs on tho street scrofula All coal must bo paid for when ordered Do not sec how any human being witli aver- Wool is in good demand nt from 10 to 20 vho nt once attacked him for tho part ho 0WENSB0R0 GOSSIP F M Domiiuniv no35 tf ago intelligence can witness such sights and cents per pound according to quality and had taken against him Prico began back- Â¬ Work is again resumed on tho German still continuo to iudulgo in tho use of intoxiing nt the same time getting his weapon condition Why will men smoke common QunY cating lievcrapes Its n pity George Bain tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bros ready for use nnd wnrncd llnyncs not to Catholic Church Tho gymnasium club meets for tho presTbero is a great deal of sickuess hero nt or Dcmnreo didnt sco him Wns ono of ScnlufNurlh Carolina nt tho same price 7 advnncc upon him The latter disregarded ent In the open lot back of J F Sulzcr janHO ly the best subjects for a tempcranco lecture the warning nnd rushed upon tho former present Mostly chills Bros store til 1 3 m Bkn Flute I over met who immediately discharged his weapon As the Dutchman would say Dont it Kitty reply to Kzckicls pro- Â¬ the ball taking cflcct in tho fleshy part of vns bully vedder now aint it A Dangerous Torpor posal will appear next wcok Came too Haynes thigh inflicting an ugly but it is Sneak thieves are about and its fashion Torpor or inactivity of the kidneys is selato for this issue believed not serious wound Haynes wns nblo now to sleep with ono eye open riously dangerous to thoso organs since it is The town trustees nt their next meeting taken to his home nnd his wound dressed Tho first picnic of tho season occurred tho precedent of diseases which destroy their will tako into consideration tho propriety and Prico was arrested nnd had an examinGome come substauco and endanger life This sluggish Saturday last in Grifliths Woods of rennming tho streets ing trial Monday and was placed under on come Gome A grand May festival was given nt Flo ness may be overcome by stimulating them Work hiM commenced on MrGrant Gre 300 bond to await the action of tho grand ral Park on Monday for tho benefit of St not excessively but moderately nn effect gorys new dwelling house on Front street jury produced by Hostettcra Stomach Bitters a Josephs Church between Second nnd Third Dr Ilnynes is a native of Cloverport a general invigornnt nnd alterative possess- Prof Mitchell of Edinburg Scotland is son of Mr Henry llnyncs nndn brother of Mr Geo Squires an old nnd prominent CLOVERPORT KY ing diuretic properties of no common order short citizen of this county died nt his residence Hon W It Haynes of Leitchfieid nnd teaching a class in phonography The impetus which this admirable medicine hand in this city Evorything in First rato Stylo I rear New Bethel last Friday of pneumo Mrs Wallace Gruellc of this city gives to their evneuative function counterT B Dcmarcc the great iccwatcr exnia acts any tendency to conjestion which may BREAKFAST from Io0 Organization of a Good Templars Lodge ponent delhcrcd n lecture in this city exist in DINNER from 12 lo i The Masonic fraternity of our city pro their tissues Both they and their Tuesday evening tho Cth instant necord Thursday SUPPER from f to 8 night Inst pose giving a strawberry festival nt Sulzcrs associate organ tho bladder nrc imigorntcd ing to announcement Mr Thos B Demn PRICE TWENTV CENTS PER MEAL Hall on tho 30th inst Particulars next After tho 13th there will bo scmi wcckly as well ns gently stimulated by the Bitters reo G W C T of the I O G T of Ken week mails between Owensboro nnd Whitesville which exerts ft kindred influence upon tho Ico Croam Every Saturday tucky delivered an interesting address to n M BfcriP IB Wednesdays and Saturdays stomach liver and bowels aud by strengthThe Bcwleytillo fiiris know not what they fair audience at the M E Church South Houis from 7 to 9 r M STEPIIENSPOHT KY nro doing when they rouso Ezekicl from his in this city nt tho conclusion of which ho One swallow dont mako a summer but ening tho system enables it to withstand A full nud uiituitctoflmOrtuieutof lurniture Chairs Mittroci IntrielTowidruckii Ilrack lair Ho was tho identical wolf that ntcup organized Breckcnridgo Lodge No 1000 one good sized pin placed on a chair or malarial epidemics to which when eposcd Ilegular meals by the week 2 No rooms etn Iooklngglasses Ilaby Uuggtf Flcturci Picture Frames Chromoi Mottoes itc luuud in a Will open Mny 1 furnished u41tf little lied Hidingliood a bench will make n devilish early spring if it might otherwise succumb with the following charter membership first class turnltiirc Store Parlor Itcdraora nintiiRrnoni Kitchen and OSice lurnlturo In sots nr singlo pieces or mado Paul Hoy tons mother fays her sons fond Rev J L Edringiun Allen Murphy II you sit down on it It Never Falls to Cure to order Hash Doors Utinds Clu j of all kinds and flies and oicry thing that Is uccded to ness for water ban caused her as many A Oelze P V Duncan Dr F M Smith Look here Zekoj you can CntaDash build a house Copy sleepless nights ns mothers who have sons W l EnbryJ It Hogg It E Woods C around Kitty if you wnut to but just re Church and Kchonlhimso Furulturo furnished on short notice A good stock of COFFINS nnd IIUUIAIj CASES always on hand Glasgow Kv April - 1870 Brokers affected with a nmnin for whisky In contemplation of cstatllihln II Moorman WC Moormnn T C Dowcll member you cant whoop ln around GypAI kinds of Hcialring llciltting and Ilovarnlshlng dune in thn best poMlhla manner Am Loan omce in the town or ulovtrirort I Co Louisullc Ky It A Itoinxsox Nary whoop if you plcnsc Chns Bolder Andrew Garrett T N Wnr sy Having for several yeirs worked at tho bench In various furniture factories my largo experi Â¬ A Hig Spring cnt chased nnd caught a hall from thl time until tho remainder of my ence guarantee satisfaction tock of Mcrchiuullrc Is entirely clncd out con A very pleasant entertainment took place Gkstlevesc My daughter ten years old the oilier day and a dog that wit Celd jr John Gregory and Wallace Gru rabbit Country Produce taken in Exchange contracted the Chills in Brcckeuridge tinuo to ouor sucn inducements lo buyers ki can iiesscd tho feat walked into a horscpoud and elle Mrs Amanda MoormnnMrs Mnttio nt tho residonco of J D Powers on Thurs furthcrmoio continue mil full to county and suffered from them moro than to soil ly plouo I hall Saturday nnd every Auction every deliberately drowned himself for very Lallcist Mrs Ada Oelze Mrs Emma day evening Inst It wns given for the benno37 ly Gruellc Misses Nannie Murphy Mollio efit of tho Methodist Church nnd consisted n year all medical attention und medicine pcrioD availing himself of the ehnm ei may rely shame To any being of un avail She was perfectly cured on every nrticlo being as represented Murphy Jennie Woods Leo Dowel Jennie of tableaux charades etc sXT-uG-CCI person wishing to go Into tlio Drug liuInc Messrs Dellnvcn it Wilson are hauling CT by tho uso of Hcohks Tosiu Keith Fannio Kingsbury Ada Dyer Lizzie will offer iny stock of Drugs aud Mediuines on A goodly number from this city took in town a largo lot of fine tanbark for ship to I have since recommended tho Tonic to tho mort rcajonahlu torus and I will further Sultcrfield nnd Nannie Sawyer t pnws and tho elenhnnt at Evnnsvillo last inunt This will bo the first shipment of others and it has not failed in a single in glvo such pcron tho advnntugo of my twenty Tho lodge orgnuized by tho election of tho week Would II vo years experienco In touching hlia tho art just remark judging from this very stnplo commodity that was ever following One of our stnuco to establish a cure medicines during such Interofficers for the current quarter tho appearance of tho boys upon their re- best physiciuns is using it in his practice of compoundingnot ba otherwise engaged inado from our city as I may vals T C Dowcll PWCT turn that tho elephant was wilder than call attention to a vory largo lot of jOtil Onr Owcnsboro correspondent bragged und ho has told mo that it has never failed Corn which I now havo on hands aud which II A Oelze WOT usual last week about the pretty girls down there in his hnnds to euro tho Chills wilt lo of linmcnso advantage to tho country MrsMnttio Lalleist WVT My terms are There was a big railroad meeting at the Let Id in como up this way if ho wants to I havo heard of n child a little over four during tho cropping tesson Robt E Woods AV Sec court houso ou Tuesday night of last week years old which had Chills for three yoars cash in hand but II will placo my Corn on the sco the genuine article And our girls are Miss Nannie Murphy W A Sec footing of money c a notes with approved and now tho people sit around cross legged with no hopo of recovery being under treat- security bearing interest from date will to ac smart as well us pretty O II Moorman WF8 on goods boxes aud talk thomsclvcs hoarse ment of a physicinn most of tlio time Tho cepted hy me Our correspondents must bear with us Miss Jonnlo Woods W Tr During tho last twenty live years I have en about buying tho road while tho dogfcnncl Toxto has made ft perfect cure and tho Wo have several communications soma of W C Moorman WM joyed a largo amount of business and trade keeps right on growing up in tho streets Respectfully child is now rosy and well in fact at ono time I almost controlloj tho them in type as well as a leading editorial Miss Mullle Murphy WDM E Pctri Signed and I thank my friosids business of Cloverport There aro a great many good pcoplo who Rov J L Edrington W Chaplain oji criminal law and practice which we are fur It hoping at tho same timo that many do uot0 3m imnglne tbnt the dovil is chained nnd thut x compelled to hold over till noxt week serving men hare been benefited by my assis Miss Leo Dowcll Wa AiSsBft v It J NKWBOM tho old goutleinan is still standing content- Â¬ Coussknh Compound Uoney of Tnr has tance T N WnrficldjrWS Cards nro out for tho marriage of Mr A presenting thin BOSS WAGON to tho people respectfully call Extn whllo bolted Meal constantly on edly hitched nt or near a romantic littlo been so long and favorably known that it Wallaco Gruellc Lodgo Deputy 11 Hinkle of Cincinnati to Miss Annie B id made ol the be--- f neasoned timber village in Daviess county by the euphonious needs no encomium For coughs colds hands four attention to its inentH Miss Ada Dyer WRHS Ayers n beautiful belle and heiress of Han nnmo of but if they will soro throat hoarseness etc it affords jpeedy Miss Jennio Keith WLnS LOCUST HUBS and well ironiul TAINTED WITH TWO COATS cock county Tho ceroirony will be per Saturday night of each week was selcctod lay asido their Testaments nnd tako n stroll relief und is a most pleasant nnd cflicn A Gravo Robber Caught alriO make a formed on tho 20th inst nt the residonco of if red lead striped and vanished This nbout the cily just after dark they can not clous remedy honoy and tar being two of Tho roost successful gruvorobbor oflhe tho brides grandfather Hon It C Beau as tho regular night of meeting The skill of tho choiuUt day is In LINDSKY fail to sco him in all his royal wlldncss its ingredients malodge is composed of good staying By means of his cbomp thoknowledgo of n phyicinn wero uni- Blued Searcher ho has robbed tho grnvo of terial and wp prodict for it a long and use At a railroad meeting held nt tho court nnd Mrs J D Brusbear will ontcrtalu tho ful career its preparation tho result being n scprcs who wcro dying of Scrofula Conhouso last weeje a committee was appointed ted in which I consider the best rjkein in the world I also warrant my wag Â¬ disease ladies of tho Sewing Society in hnndsomo compound which is tho favorito remedy in sumption Rhoumatism Mercurial to canvass tho city nnd sco whnt could be Cancerous formations Tumors Erysipelas ons for twelve months against all breakages from defeetivo workmanship Cruel Injustice stylo nt her residence this evening Y hey climate and hns no equal as a Jaundice Fever and Ague nnd Icncrnl done toward tho revival of tho railroad and this sovcro will lay asido their work nnd enjoy to the coughs colds hoarseness bronchi About tho crudest assault upon tba dead SPUING WAGONS and NUGGlttS for sale ami made to order Debility Tho blond is tho life nnd Dr it is to bo hoped that tho committee will cure for fullest extent tho kind hospitalities of their that ever carao to our notice is tho state- Â¬ tis cronp elc Uso Conssons Honey of Llndseya Blood Searcher Is tho great lifo Dealer in all kinds of PLOWS MOWERS and TIIIUCSIIING meet with every encouragomont from the Tnr Prico 00 cents G II Hubbard Hampden 0 For sale by A It preserver entertaining and highly accomplished host ment now going tho rounds of tho papors business men of tho city Stmt tho trains Fisher Cloverport and Dr J M Taylor says Cleveland physiciuns declared my MACHINES Send for Special Prices Address orders to Yiss Ladies we know you will spend a de Â¬ of tho Staio to tho effect that Rov Mr Gab By tho uso of wifo dying of consumption Tho sooner tho better It dont pay to sit Hardingburg Ky lightful orcnlng and you and your noblo bcrtwho recently committed suicide at Dr Llndsoys Blood Searcher shu was re O EL niatf around and wait for something to turn up Tho Mexican Dollar J F Brooks Baltics stored to health Pellvltlp had taken his life during n fit of work have our best wishes My son wniifllicted Villi What is the differonco between tho Mei- - villd O says If thcro ever is o timo when a man bo by hit having lived Sulzcr k Bro havo just completed remorso brought about of tho worst form and pronounced comes convinced that this world is a hollow can dollar und Tablers Buckeyo Pilo Oint- scrofula by soveral physicians His life a largo two story frame houso on First be Â¬ the life of u hypocrite and decoiver and sham and lifo not what It scorns it Is when ment Ono docs what It promises and tho Incurable was saved by tho uso of Dr Llndsoys Blood tween FrQnt and Main streets to bo used that he left a written confession of the fact ho rushes out of tho houso after dark nnd other doesnt Tho Mexican dollursaysI Soaroher A Tumor growing on my head by them as a storugo room in connection behind him Nothing could be farther from but when you wns completely cured by tho uso of Dr tho truth Unquestionably ho was insane goes bowling nlong down tho yard at tho am ono hundred cents with their large business homo on tho cor Â¬ Llndseytj Blood Searcher SSiuvcr Pittsrato nf ten knots an hotir nnd has in old como to Invest it you find it is only eighty burgh ner of First pdMujn This flrnf is now a misfortune brought about by bodily ill and J5 Bina Buckeye Pilo Ointmont says clothesline catch him under tho chin five Tablers Boils Pimples on face Salt UhouinlOM one of thefiiorrdf this cily nnd havo physical suffering of many years standing I will cure you of Tilei and upon triul Sores nud all cutaneous Kruptions disap whoso every act is well known aud bring him up with such a sudden jerk by their pntorprise and liberal inducements Ho was n man that ho will vainly attempt to swallow the it is found to do soinovcry caso It makes pear like inngio when tho Blood Soarchor is used Hca that our name Is on tho bot built up a largo trade for thoinselres and in this community ngainst whom no man but ono promise to euro Piles and does tom of the wrapper truthfully say aught that roof of his mouth Has tho Largest tho Finest and Oldest lot of WHISKY and For Hale b nil Drug added much to tho business of this city in or woman cun Prico CO cents a bottle fulluro so without gists Now and then I sco a kivored wngin It 13 BBLIsKllS CO Proprietor would dcrogato from his worthiness ns n general BRANDY of any IIouho in tho County und for LESS money than can sftlo by A It Fishor Clovcrjiort nnd Pittsburgh Pa W B White ugent Cl man his probity as a cilizn his purity as go slowly by bound for tho Land of Prom- Â¬ For M Taylor Ilnrdinsburg Ky Dr J bo bought elsewhere KENTUCKY SOUR MASH WHISKY two vorport Ky The Everett Seelety a minister of tho gospel tills was ouo of ise Kansas where thoy will confident s4ly Coussons Honoy of Tnr will rollovo se years past 175 per gallon APPLE BRANDY mado in this county genial open frank natures so trans Â¬ tlnlly toll you everything is o bo had Met Friday night as usual In Room No I thoso Older GOODS in kiiuo proportion thrco yearn past 2 per gullon Cloverport High School building and after parent that ouo could almost read his very merely for the asking aid that good sized voro coughs of long standing nnd provo a There is no truth whatever in hogs go about already roasted wllh knifo blessing to all who suffer with ufTectlons of is health nnd if you aro without it you can tho usual routine of Business woro enter Â¬ thoughts WINDOW GLASS of all Sizes Sash Primed mid Glazed tho throat and lungs and la confidently neither bc borrow buy nor strut it but tained by tho following exercises Select tho stpry wo nlludo to and his family his niidfork attached to FULL LINE OF PAINTS AND OILS Finest lot out In their joy wifo and childron nrostrlckcu to tho heart Wholl cot me 7 offered tho public as tho best remedy in the you cun obtain It by using Solicit Liver Readings by L Lt Wllkorsou and It O Thoy tone up tho Stomach nnd world In our rigorous ell mo where coughs Pills of C ONFETIONARIES in tho Town of Dfeite Subject Resolvid with a thrust almost ns grievous as tho one Next full theyll coiuo struggling back with Richardson nnd colds provnil this favorite remedy keop tho bowels In uood order by relieving which deprived them of a husband and father a pulEn enf ffvnand a bau pf roots stating should havo n placo jn every household That there should be a property qualifies They pro Costlvenesit and Constipation by this random blow of somo Idle sensation that they Only jlst wanter sco Ole Kain When th lUtle ohm are attacked by croup lion for electors in thb United States In tho protnoo tuck ones taoro and then die t DjWg Kan or whopping cough nothing will afford such duct a healthy action vigor liver tho whnlu dlucstion anil impart to negntivo Robt manufacturer which not only rudely tears sas I Its ther wusf kentry I ever seed I Ramsey C It 13 SI3LU3US Prico 25 cents K Woods This was folloned by un Inter nnitrt tho bleeding cashed in their already Nuthln but grasshoppers and wind out instant relief ns oussenic rHoney of Tar system A FUlior A CO Proprietors Pittsburgh Pa W Forsnlo PriqQOLpents I wtiing Hiiwellaaeous debate after whjcli tho Barely wounded hearts hot casts dishonor - thar I Cloverport and Dr J M lay lor Ilnrdius B White agent Cloverport Ky und obloquy upon the unfortunate but fonddccii ir Wooiely adjourned tolly Sue Johnson lives ut UuloaUmu Ky bujs Ky f tftA unil till lmnnrcul tlnnil MVVV- V Â¬ Breokexmdoe News F FRAIZE JAS MILLER THIS PAPER Â¬ SPRING SEASON OF 1879 Â¬ Â¬ TH OL 0 REUABLE HOUSE O F h Â¬ LE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eWEWRT KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ BEweiE mnm hi mm prices Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DEPARTMENT Â¬ Â¬ RELIABLE Â¬ Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods Fancy Notions and Trimmings Â¬ Â¬ RELIABLE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RELIABLE Mens aud Boys Hats Fur Wool and a iiarge importation uni Mens Women and Childrens Boots and Shoes 4 Â¬ RELIABLE i COAL Â¬ Java Cordova and Rio Coffees N Sugars and Molasses RELIABLE Hardware Glassware Queensware Woodenware Stoneware Etc Â¬ Â¬ GOOD Bacon and Lard Flour Meal and Salt New Advertisements DINING SALOON FRAVIE miLLER Â¬ iew Goods Kew Styles ftew Prices Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BY as the ivinds as the waves Master Fred 15 Bflook Â¬ HENET L DAMMS SIOBE AJSl W leicL when forests are raided when navies are stranded See Â¬ Â¬ rev W- a Â¬ ft CABINET Â¬ Â¬ CV ftV l - Â¬ Particular Notice Â¬ Â¬ HENRY I DAMM THE BOSS I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vr Li K- fnzwit Ss5fr r Tni I Â¬ nc-to- It Holls-halr-ucr- e Â¬ I W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STEEL THIMBLE WAGON Â¬ Â¬ 5- Â¬ JF Â¬ Xfty jut READ WHAT HE SAYS W H sllCSfil mimm m am THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG STORE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R8 i 111 W mt A Priceless Jewel Btf Ai - Â¬ Affirm-ative-rW- BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS AND TOBACCOS A W H RICHAEDOT Jr Wlt0 D W r News do I thought opinion ter I would como mid get your u N J f r BiiEcicnwiuDGU IN MEMORIAM BOOMING SWEETLY BOOMING THE THE BICKPOUD MRrR0WLAND SMITH ilAllMNflllVho nv li fUuutI Mrs Sarah J Drashcar K v Died on tho morning of May 3 187D wifo of S S llrnshenr njctl 02 She professed roHjtion mid joined jcnr tho M V Cliurdi South about 1831 and died ni nlio lmd lived a faithful Christian n Her low faithful mother a Kind neighbor will ho deeply felt by n liost of friends nnd n largo rmnlly Her remains wcro taken to the church nt Uniun Star on Sumlnyf hcr her fiincrnl sermon was preached by Itov Dr Lninbuth nftcr which It wns taken to tho ccmelciy nnd after appropriate ceremonies It wns laid in its lust resting place thcro to nwnlt Death hod no terrors tho finnl resurrection for her for Christ stood by her In her great udliction nnd tho sweet assurance that she now milks the gulden street of Hetu en surely U n comfort to her kind husband nnd faithful children My intimate ncounintnnco with her dating back from my earliest rec ollection her ninny kind acts toward mo from my childhood stregthen mo in tho be lief that indeed and in truth Slio mado that she wns not selfish but hotnohnppi actuated by motives as pure nnd noble as religion can nctunto the human soul In comparison with tho loss of ft wife nnd mntliar nil other berenvements are trifling Tho mother she who fills so largo a space in tho domestic hen en slip who busied her self so imwenriedly for tho precious ones around her bitter bitter is tho tear that falls on her cold clay You stand by her coffin nnd think of the past It seems an umber colored pnthwnywhcro the sun shone upon beautiful lowers or the stars hung gltteungocrhcad Itiin would tho soul linger there No thorns nro remembered Fine those your own hnuds mny unwillingly hnc planted Her noble tender heart lies You think of open to your inmost sight her now ns all gentleness all beauty nil purity Hut slio is dead The dear heart that loed 3 on rests in tho still darkness upon n pillow of clay The hands that lme ministered so untiringly arc faded w hire nnd cold benenth the gloomy portal Tho heart whoso owry bent measured an eternity of loe lies under your feet Tho lowers she bent o r with smiles bend now nboc her with tears blinking tho dew from their petnls that tho erduro around her mny be kept green and beautiful There is so strange n hush in ctery room no light foototcps passing n round no smile to greet And the old clock ticks jou nt nightfall nnd strikes nnd ticks it was such music whensho could hear it Now it seems a knell of tho long hours through which jou watched the shadows of death gathering upon her loed face And o cry day the clock repeals that old story Many another tnlo it tclleth too of beautiful words ami deeds that nro registered aboe You feel obi how often that tho grne can not keep Â¬ Â¬ I nlut got no tivr Milt 1 nothing only want to get one of jour opinions they say thojro very alnnblo Hut John nbout what Oh I nny thing sir tnko jour pick nnd choose I Mr Sherman seeing tho notions of his client on tho mutter in hnnd took pen and wrillng n fow words folded them dp nnd handed them to John who carefully placed tho paper in his pocket Whats to pay sir 7 Yankee money Four nnd sixpence 70 cents When John returned homo the next morning he found his wife who pretty much took tho lend In his business matters anxiously discussing with his chief farm sen nut the propriety of getting in n largo qunnlity of onts on thnt day which had been cut on the ono prcuous or of undertaking somo other labor John wns nppented to to scttlo the question but ho could not decide At length ho said Ill tell jou what Jolly Ive been to n lawyer and got an opinion thnt cost Thcro It is rend mc four nnd sixpence out its a lnwj era writing nnd Iuintniake bend or toil of it I John by tho wnj- - could not read tho plainest print bittlolry who wns something of a scholar opened tho paper nnd rend as follows Ncer put off till to morrow whnt can bo dono todaj- tnough snldl cried John ihcin onts And they were got in must bo got in nnd the sumo night such a storm enmo on ns otherwise would liac ruined them en tircly John often afterward consulted this Jpin ion and nctcd upon it nnd to this day cu tcrtnins n high estimate of lawyers opin ions generally nnd of tho lamented Mr Shermans in particular Oh I r 8tntoourciisfJohn Whats tho mat Â¬ r THE B I Gr mm RRECKBNR1U GE WTO Cd S FAflllLY KNITTER I NEWS m 5 9 i Wilt rcoelvo Wntclic Clctlo teirelry pprclft lo etc for rcmlr fnr ut nnd will return tliew prrimptly In jrnnd order at tcooniiUi fljr V jmy nil clinrcf for Urva to ftnd from Hnrdlmburg and Clprcrpoff trirlottkin B 5 v S5- - S FN DHUY DRO Practical Watchmakers nnd Jeweler OLOVKItPOUT KY Jluf 13 A LIVE Â¬ f BABBLE MANUFACTURER - t Wide Awake COUNTY AND karats fine for ontyl75i by mall Morll extra Ant sited ring furnished to ordor at all sites of work narrows nnd wldWis less ban loulivlllo prices Address V N nno Jewelers 173 Wall Street Knltt over SO DMIUY cs nil sites complete Cloverpert Ky Jal Bm t garment Bocks Stocking Mittens Glloves do Ins Wristlet It knits every 75 hie vnrlety or plain or fancy ittteli cent profit In manufacturing knit goods Farmers enn trcbble tlio value of their wool by converting It Into knit goods To suit ovary eye from fiO cents lo 100 Agents wnntod In every Stnto County City Ciifl nnd Miwiine Wo test And Town to whom my low prices will bo nnd repaired your eycn frco of chnrgo F N DHUY made DUO Opticians Clovcrport Kj jul Ciu Tor full particulars nnd low price for the llrsr Family Machine tend to M 2 5 a a S 1 ITTl Mm I as 2 Solid Gold RingSj 18 Bickford Knitting Machine MFQ Co OF BRATTLEBORO nor 13 Cm VT GOLD PEWS Sole Agent IN SADDLES BEJDLES and H AHUESS CLOVERPORT - BTJRNHAMS WARRANTED BEST AND CHEAPEST KENTUCKY Ev- Â¬ iM CLOVEilPi RT FOIt AlKfN LAMBERT CDiS m Irlcea reduotd JtomnWrtrre Keeps constantly on hand a large Stock of Which will be sold at tho lowest cash prices FAMILY NEWS PAPEE GBVE ME A Cnov 0 Saddlery and Harness Line CALL erything in the lVorlt nor 0 Christiana 23 S Office Lancaster Co Pa Heaver St York Pa Jy GOLD PENS PEN and PENCIL CASES PENCILS TOOTrT mwmm SMITH clove BEARD msss Proprietors lICTCH ETC Specialties in Novelties in Celluloid Ivory nnd Nickel Eps Chnrra Pencils You aro repectfully Invited to examiner tf - P BABBAGE- PUDLISIIHD WEEKLY Leaves Hardlnsburg for Clovcrport on Monday Wcdncidny and Friday of each week loavei Clovcrport for Ilardlnibnrj every Tncsday Wcdncadny and Saturday Connect at Clover ixirt with tlio Loulivillo and Henderson mall line steamers Persons desiring conv cyanco can bo accommodated Express business promptly attended fo Koland A Smith stock JOHN D BABBAGE lar May we so lio in this lifu that when cnlledupou to meet death we inuy lme tlio blessed assurance that we will join those who hno gone bifure us in that land of rest wheio sickness boirow und death arc unknown ItWF UXIOI iTAK Kr r BEECH FORK Onrwlicat nnil rnss loola well oats thnt Hio sowed in Mnrili looks well tobacco plants arc small but look thrifty nnd nre not disturbed by the bugs so fur as I know People are cry busy planting torn i Loo nnd James Mattingly to jndgo by the suo of their orchard and tho quantity of bloom will Iiato enough apples to supply ocrytownin the county and fatten their hogs besides Mr Ream Pale lics on tho farm his grandfather settled in 1790 Mr las Duncan has erected a beautiful tombstone nt thograo of his little child that died last fall ThnTaulgiaeiard has several nico tombstones Tho neighbor hood cncriitcs their dead It indicates n loe while living Â¬ old Virginia mode of teaching Mr Kubo has nbout completed his ni w house I like it nil fitst into but those stairs Thej pcrambulato all around tho cqtiuniinity of tho house j our Mr Uritky U teaching school nenr Mr I understand ho is a good Pattersons teacher Stir them up Mr Uricky and at tho closo of jour school givo us a report of Po A Story of Peter Cartwrlght The following good story is told of Peter School booki Gents FurnlihtnE Ooodi Toys Notloni Wall paper Cnrtwright tho famous and eccentric Meth- Â¬ Stationery Literature odist prcndicr One dnj approaching n ferry on the Illinois river ho heard tho ferrjmnn swerr ing terribly nt tho sermons of Peter Cart wright and threatening thnt if he ever had to fcrrj- - the preacher across nnd knew him ho would drown him in the river Stranger I vvunt you to put me across Wait till Im readj said the ferrymnn who pursued his couvcisntion nnd strictures Having finished he on Peter Cnrtwright turned to Peter nnd said Now Ill put you ncross On reaching tho middle of the stream Peter threw his horses bridle over a stake in the boat and told the ferryman to let go his pole What for asked tho ferryman Well youve just been using my name improper like and jou said if ever I came this wnjyou would drown ine Xowj ou have got a chance Is j our name Peter Cartwright asked tho ferrjnian My name is Peter Cartwright Instantly tho fcrrjman laid hold of the preacher but he did not know Peters strength for tho latter instantly seized the ferrymnn nnd holdidg him by the nnpc ol the neck plunged him into the water say- Â¬ ing I baptize thee splash in the name of Satan whose child thou art Then lifting him updripping Peter asked Did jou ever pray No Then its limo j ou did Ill do no such thing said tho fcrrj mnn Splash splash I nnd tho ferryman wns in tho depths again Will jou pray now asked Peter Ill do nny thing that j on bid me I said the gasping victim Then follow mt Our Father which art in Heaven etc Having acted ns clerk repeating nftcr Peter tho ferryman cried Now let mo go Not yet said Pettr You must mnko mc three promises 1st thnt you will re peat that prayer morning nnd evening ns long as j on live 2nd thnt yon will henr ovcrj pioneer preacher that comes within fivo miles of this ferry 3rd thnt you will put every Methodist preacher over fieo of Do jou promlso nnd vowexpense I promise said the ferrymnn and strange to say that very fmn became a shining light in tho church Fresh Groceries Confections Uovelties tobabbageS for ft MjSgyMavjL lite- - By JD Babbage to LOUISVILLE r a HENDERSON PACKET LINE Passenger Mail and Express Boats WALL PAPEE WINDOW SHADES HHE CHR0M0S For alt way landings between Lonisvlllo and Henderson tbo elegant and fleet steamers Horning Star and Jas Guthrie Passing Clovcrport one down nnd ono up day Grey Eagle w rv AJF u Vk t ANU CLOVERPORT KY ALIj of tho Popular Magazines tho Pop nlnr Novel the Illustrated and Fmnily Weeklies tho Stnndnrd Poets the Standard Histories Rihles Hymn Books Song Books School Books Copy Books Slntps ouiumiurjr uvurjming in snort usuauj kept in n first olnsg Book and Notion Store will he found at J D Bahbnges M Wall Street Clovcrport Kj- A Book Â¬ 4 154 SALESROOMS V BMP Union Square N Y MACHINE NEEDLES MACHINE THREAD MACHINE FIXTURES CENTS SHIRTS CENTS UNDERWEAR CENTS CUTLERY for all tho Pcopfo TERMS THEDAILY State Street OF EXPENSE 150 a Year JOHN D omcACfo t 3Ianurtiottner BOOK von SAIK 11Y BABBAGE Cloverport Ky Hound In Fine Cloth lrlco 50 cents Willie sent by mall 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for all branches of tho culinary artv All of the best qualites latest styles and at the lowest prices J D BABBAGE - THE BRECKENRIDE NEWS only 150 a year IIEALTn Practical hints thnt will in many cases dispense with tho expenso of a physiclnn nnd in other cases ntford relief until medical aid can be summoned FASHIONS All tho new styles and changesin tho old ones will bo duly noted and reported each week Â¬ Hooks Amusements Pnjicrs Education Lectures Groceries Wearing Apparel Labor or Services Trnt cling Church Kxpcnses Expenses Casual Expenses Cash Received Etc Kte With a monthly and annual recapitulation thus making It an interesting book for reference at the end of each mouth and year y keep Â¬ ing such a classified account of dally oxpenses the foundation of many a competency has been laid Ll cry one should havo n copy in this line in the World Ask your Jeweler for these Goods nsuiy 1 0 GRYAYS SPECIFIC m MEDICINE Sales and Expense Now I suggest if thu wind i not too light they should send it to Mr Pierces factory nnd hao it manufactured up into Demo cratic funs for summer use ns Honedictsnjs we aro going to haie a very hot summer Our Joo Tim I thinks tlu ir greenback wind ought to he worked up into cork bung holes Jlowcur ho thinks tho article at tho com ing election will bo very scnico and rather thin Mr Wilion und Mr Patterson have a lirgo amount of greenback wind laid up Â¬ Joo Timl told me that L Hnidnck told him that Hilly Tnul umloitook to shenr four sheep that lmd been making their own liv- larougn tno wintor nnd tho shears being my dull nnd tlio surfneo of tho shrcp un oven ho snon discovered ho had a tedious nnd mem job so ho tit I tho sheeps hends to tho bottom log of tho Kgblo and pulkd tho wool off It will bo a jury cnie at JTs blacksmith shop noxt Saturday Oid P that girl says slio dont caro how soon j on want breakfast so jou mnko n firo in tho stovo beforo jou feed Aunt 1omv An Honest Lorjal Opinion An honest farmer onco cullnl upon the late Roger M Sherman tho celebrated law jer and told him he wanted an opinion Ho had heard u groat deal nbout tho vuluo of Mr Slicrinnii opinions nnd how n grcnt innny ptojile wont to htm to gut an opinion nnd John who lmd nov or lmd nor wns like ly to hare n law suit or other dilliculty for n lawyer to help him from thogghtha would hnvn nn opinion Well John what can I do toholp jou said Mr S when John in his turn wan shown In tho room Why Inwyor I hap replied John pened to bu iti town und having nothing to Â¬ Enough In Ono Bed Emigration to the Stato of Michigan wns no great during tho year 1835 0 that every house was filled with travelers wanting lodgings Every traveler there at that tiino will remomher tho dilliculty of obtaining n bed in tho hotels oven if ho hniMvvo or three slrango bed fellows Itov Hosca Brown nn eccentric Metho dist minister stopped ono night nt ono of tho hotels in Ann Arbor nnd inquiied if ho could have n room nnd bed to himself The clerk told him ho could unless they should bo to full as to render it necessary to put another in with him At an early hour the reverend gentleman went to his room locked tho door nnd soon retired to his bed nnd sunk into n romfortnblo sleep Along townrd midnight ho was aroused by n loud knocking nt tho door Hallo I you here ho exclaimed ivhat do j ou want now particular stress on tho last word You must tnko another lodger sir with you said tho voice of tho landlord What I an other ono Why jes there is only one here is thcro Ono why hero Is Mr Drown nnd a Methodist minister and iny fcclf and I should think that enough for ono bed oven in Michigan Tho landlord scorned to think so too nnd left tho trio to Â¬ Â¬ OOOKINO OB HEATIKO New Excelsior Oil Stove Jait the Thing for Light Horuakeeptng 8nd fur tlreulnrs AOOT8 WANTED COLEMAN GAS APPAEATUS AND OIL CO Woodltots 1 It will Droll Rout nd UV Utter limn Coil or Uiiiit Br - Cmcioo lu The Orut Cur for Upnifltlut HitlKhi Ilr Iiil rTr Addrta FISIIFil at PjrtptiMU Belt 3 Jftrtw 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