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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tJ fv rifl T 9 Ijsqjs On Inch flnt Insertion Knoll additional Insertion V SUB8JUIPTION PBICES fl 00 One year 40 2 60 ADVEIITI8INO HATES Sr a Kstrsy Notices four Insertions nr fur the yenr 4 qu Liberal rule Inducements to quarter ad yearly month and special sortlsor Transient advertisements mud Ic paid for In advance Ys Charges for yearly advertisements will da collected quarterly per All local notices In ordinary reading type 4 centa por lino In black letter or other Announce stlso displayed 10 cents per line moots f birth deathi and marrlngos free Obituaries cent per line eomtnunleattcni relating to adver Mserunt uus t bo addressed to J U HAHIIAKR llibllalirr i THE VOL VII Wo had tragic suffered nothing beyondjexposuro on a sumhours Hut the mer sen for certainly of a speedy deliverance paled my cheek and brought tho learn to Miss Ill woods ryes Let us have morning prayers sho said nnd thank God for this deliverance Hen Croil nodded At tho same timo ho cut an inch or ho of tobneco for a fresh filling nud winked at mo ns much as to say that wo were not out of the wood yet We were not indeed The land as we drew nearer seemed a long nnd low Islet srithout any hills and covered with some sort of low lying vegetation It was not less than thirty miles from us because while it wjis seven oclock in the morning when it beenmo visible by ten we were within n mile beating nbout for the best place of landing said Miss El The island of St Peter wood I never heard of that island tell mo nil about it Mr Croil No one never heard about it said Hen except them ns made the charts because Hut they pass no one never goes there by do the ships and they will pick us up It may be to morrow it may bo in a years time it may bo in ten years time The whalers have been known to touch there so there must bo water nud where theres wa ter theres fish and so what I says again Luff Mr Warneis heart up my pretty ford There was a little creek up which Ben steered tho boat it opened into n round bay or harbor capable of holding half the ships in the world On cither side was the land not in cliffs or hills but in a low In one place a little cascade ten or twenty feet high fell into the blue water with a rainbow hanging over it nnd in another we saw the remains of a rude log house built out of boat planks To this spot we steered and landed on a point of grey sand up which wo two men pulled the boat high nnd dry above the tide There The first we disembarked our young lady thing to do was to visit the log house The door had fallen from its rude hinges which had been of leather there had been n rough kind of window shutter which now lay on the ground and the roof which could never have been weather tight was built up with planks of which half n dozen had been blown off We looked inside Dressed in On tho floor lay a skeleton rough sailors clothes tho hands in gloves Hu lay the feet in great boots a skeleton with his head upon his arm as if he had Beside him given up the ghost painlessly were a chair a rude sort of table and a bed Shelves hnd been rigged up in the walls of the house and on these stood stores There were bottles still full of rum tins of provis- Â¬ ions cases of buscuit coses of candles all sorts of things Wo stood looking in horror at this spec tacle of death which greeted us on our landing as if it were a bad omen Dend this said Ben Croil Dead many a day and no ships touched here all the time Well hes left his house to wo must bury him us Mr Wnrneford somehow And aro wo to live here here in tho Oh it will be cried Helen same house like living in a charnel house So it would but what were wo to do We Finally wo hit on a compromise would tnke down tho frame work when wo Tiad buried the skeleton nnd rebuild the house funhcr off Wo looked in tho dend mans pockets thero was not a scrap of paper to identify him by not any morsel of writing any where to show who he was and what had been his histsry Hen Croil took the boots tho ovorcoat and the gloves as well as a watch and a purse containing some English money Then wo dug with the aid of a two inch board a grave In the sand nnd laid tho poor bones to rest until tho Lust Day BBECKENEIDGE CLOVERPORT Â¬ NEWS NO Sis months Four months tW 7S fr OUR OL17H HATES 1 V Tea copies ono year eiteh I 00 Twenty copies one yctr itch 3ne copy ono yosr free forclub often subse rlbcrs Subscriptions mut lis paid In ndvance tM A Free Press a Free Ballot and Free Speech are the Birthright of Freemen KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1882 a dny or two before that a system of embezzlement by wny of forgery had been in The sigunturo practice for some mouths of tho firm had been forged by some one who knew how to imitfttc the handwriting of Mr Baldwin A sum in all amounting to upward of nine hundred pounds had been thus fraudulently obtained To stop the forger Mr Baldwin had been asked by tho bank to add a private mark to On this morning ho placed In his name my hnnds ho said an envelope containing n check for twelvo pounds with his signature having tho private mark and he had asked me to cash that check at the bank He swore positively that he had drawn that check and no other tho dny before the counter foil proved that yet the check I presented was for eighty pounds and it had not tho privnto mark Observe now how the evidence grew more I hnd ono check nnd mora circumstantial given me I presented another Doubtless I must havo torn up the first on tho wny I came Then an important circumstance back from executing my commission but did not ensh the check I got as far as the door of the office I was seen to look in and Mr Baldwin was in the retreat hurriedly clerks room with one of the partners of the bank I walked fast or rather ran to tho bank I presented the check for eighty pounds in n quick nnxious wny and asked for tho whole nmount in gold Nnturnlly it wns assumed that I was going to noscond with the proceeds of my Inst forgery In fact no question nt nil wns rnised ns to my guilt that was concluded from tho very be-Â¬ ginning The Lord Mayor refused ball nnd I was sent nt once to the prison which I only left in order to be tried and convicted That was tho story I told it again nnd again while tho wood fire crackled on the Miss Elwood asked mo for every hearth detail she talked tho matter over nnd look ed nt it in nil its lights butshonlwnyscame back to one point Mr Baldwin gave you n check which ho had drawn the dny before How could ho swear that the envelope had no been chang ed by some one else And there was another point It asstim ed though the charge was not pressed that I hud been the forger in the preceding frauds Now no clerk could swear that I had presented any other of the forged checks Also it was proved in tho defense that my life was quite quiet innocent nnd Every hour of my dny was laid simple No motivo was dis open for tho jury no secret covered for the circumstance source of extravagance wns ascertained nnd it wns found that tho frauds had been committed by means of n check book got Heaven knows where not that in the pos No attempt wns session of Mr Baldwin made to find out how I could hnve obtained another check book But these were trifles light ns nir in comparison with the weight of tho circumstances against me Always Miss Elwood enmc back to tho samo point Who could have changed the cnvelopo with Mr Baldwins check I do not say that tho discussion of my story occupied tho whole of our time on tho island of St Peter Wo had work to do nil day nnd wero often glad to turn in In the summer we walksoon after dark ed and talked outside and wo were always looking for the ship thnt was to give us our release After two yenrs wo fell into tho way by degrees of arranging our dnys ns if thorn wus never to bo any change For myself I almost think now thnt but for ono thing I did not wnntnny so far ns I was concerned Tho one thing was that I had come to an understanding with Miss Elwood It drew up by degrees It was long before I ventured to toll her what I felt Tho words wero forced from me ono night when old Ben being asleep on his stool with his head against tho fire my sweef mistress was moro than usually kind if it were possible for her to bo kinder nt ono timo than at another and I was moro usually forgetful of my condition I remember as if I should over forget that moment that I took her hand us it lay upon her lnp and held it in mine while I looked in her fnee nnd in her soft sweet hazel eyes I saw by tbo look In those eyes that sho knew what I was burning to say and I waited for tho least token any hint thnt I wns not to say it It was a night in our winter the English July outsido the hut tho wind whistled and the rain fell I told hor in threo words what I had to She said nothsay and I wns silent again ing and I kissed her hnnd Speak to me darling speak I I whls pored if it is only to forbid mo ever ngaln to tell you what I feci Ocorgo she replied bonding low to ward mo so thnt I fell her sweet breath and caught the glow of tho firo upon her wo hnve been together blushing check moro than two years wo havo learned to rend each others souls My belovod If you havo learned to lovo me who am I that I should not learn to lovo you in return Tell mo what Is right to do No not now not to night think over it and tell mo tomorrow I passed that night in sleepless thought Hnd I dona wrong in speaking my mind And yet If we wero to spend nur lives In this forlorn nnd enstaway condition I Could Helen innrry me If wo wcro back in Mel bourne or in London With what a faco could I nsk It how go to her father how daro even to lift ray eyes toward hor But here It was different and in the murning I I told enmo to sonio sort of conclusion her what I thought was right for us both to do I would no accept the great sacrlfico of an engagement from her I hnd been wrong perhaps In telling hor my lovo but It was too lute to retract thut If relief Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HXo ntr sertf beyond time paid fur 7 ir fubserlbors will be promptly notlfled of tho itate of the esplrntlnn of their subscrip Â¬ 4 tion In order that they may renew If they lire In timo to preserve their flics unbroken T4T All remittances must be mlilrcsseil to J - II tttltllAtir 1 iitillnlrr WAITINO of a shipwreck so often I am waiting weary lonely nr the call to join my lured onis In the home prepared fur me In that home are many mansions Full of peace and Joy and tore Jems itir dear elder brother Dwells In that bright world above Waiting ili so patiently Mliy ilioutd we afflicted mortals Fear to lay these bodies down They ire but old earth stained caskets When the Vital spark has flown Death In no hard cruel tyrant Hut n kind and loving friend Opening wide the Henveny portals That the spirits may ascend Up to brighter purer regions Up to our dear Father Mod Up to those long gone beforo us Who lifes thorny paths have trod Who on onrth once sufTerd braely Who when Death the Gate of Life Opened to receive their spirits Joyed to end all earthly strife Bo Â¬ Â¬ waiting hourly watting With a brave and cheerful heart Fur the long expectod summons From my win homo to depart Hut from loved ones left behind me I shall never parted be I shall watch them guard them loro them Tilt ktnd death shall set them free Im THE CONVICT BY WALTEB BE 8ANT AND JAMES EIOE CHAPTER lit ISLAND Â¬ w - V F Wo looked about us The Jay was upon us and the sun just risen was already hot in our faces The sea was calm with a light breeze blowing from the trado quarter Tlio ship had disappeared spid No sail in sight nor any shore Hen Croil looking at a pocket compass That was what he Heart up pretty Theres water on board always said also provisions though not what we might I thought it wish for the likes of you might come to this and I victualed her Theres land on the water bow If the Lord St lets us reach it Land an island Peters Island wheru well bo picked up Mr Warneford fir when we get there We carried a mast let me hoist the sail mid one small sail Den managed tho ropes while I steered under his orders Hut first we rigged up by means of the npnre oar some rough kind of covering to protect our passenger nnd then we sailed on in silence wrapped in our thoughts while the bout danced upon tho waves leasing its littlo track of white foam be hind it quiet and happy dny A peaceful Helen tells me that she was not afraid all that day nor was I We were in a little open boat on the open sea wo wcro de pendent for landing anywhere on old Hens knowledge of the sens and recollection nl the chart He knew the latitude and 1 ingitude of the boat making allowance in dead reckoning for the time when we left t lie ship and he knew the latitude nnd long-Â¬ itude of tho nearest land Now whether to put her head nor west by nor or give her an extra point In bents me quite n northerly direction And theres currents which in these littlo fair weather crafts wo aint able to guard ngninsand the wind which beats here on and off like Hut St Peters lies over there Heurt up pretty Well fetch land with tho blessing of the Lord It was Hen who served out tho rations nnd tho water of which was in a keg re Â¬ sides a battle of rum nnd two or threo bottles ofwino which had found their way among Bens stores The sun went over our heads and began to roll down into tho west but thero was no life upon tho waters except ourselves no birds no great or little fish nothing to At a little after seven break tho solitude the sun went quite down and in half an hour we wcro in darkness Hen insisted that I should sleep while he kept tho first watch and after prayer by Miss Helen I colled up in the bottom of tho boat nnd was soon in a sound sleep It was far advanced in tho night when I He had stripped him nwoko to relieve Hen self of his coat and laid it over tho shoul Â¬ ders of the sleeping girl and was sitting in Ms shirt sleeves Steady Keep her head so said Hon I let him sleep till tho day was high When tho first cold brosze ol tho morning touched our ladys face sho opened her ycs and presently sat up bcsldo mo and wo talked That is to say sho talked Sho told tin nbout herself how her mother was dend in England and her father had taken her out to Australia five or six years ago Ho was a barrister by profession but ho had no prnc lice and a very little money So ho went to Melbourne bought a littlo piece of land with a log houso on it and tried to practice thero only no clients camo to hlmor very few and it was an Up hill battle he had to light Thon camo the gold fever and liko tho rest of tho world he would bo off to tbo diggings to make his fortune while his child was sent off homo out of tho way All this history took a length of lime to tell and before It was done old Den woko tip with a start Ho looked around the sea ns if to mako quite sure that wo had not gone to the bottom in his sleep and then nodding cheerfully tohis charge and to me began to scan the horizon to north and northwest Land I he cried pointing to what seemed n little bank ot cloud as big as a mans hand rising out of the circle of which we were tho centre Land abend of us Land thirty miles off Heatt up my pretty and Now Mr n double ration for breakfast Warneford breeze U light but well up tail nnd make what running wo can Maybe by noon we must get the sculls out Our captivity in the boat bad been too short for us to feel any of the sufferings or disappointed hopes which make the story Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rt pktebs Â¬ Â¬ Our house was not finished for several days but wo mado a tent for her and slept In front of it ourselves so that no harm might come to her except over our bodies In the daytimo wo wcro busy building Wo found n hag of tools part of the bequest of our poor Itobinson Crusoe which enmo in handy as you may belie vo nnd on tho fourth day wo hid ns neat n house twelve feet high and in tho inside fifteen by ten as you could expect to find Thero was but onu room but wo made two at night by n curtain mado out of the boats sail And when tho houso was finished What wo sat down nnd asked ourselves next while wo wcro building explored tho wholo island There was not much to explore It wns ns near ns as we could mako out a mile long by half a mile broad Thero wcro two springs In it ono of which formed tho littlo stream which poured its water into the bay whoro Thero was a sort of wood wo landed in ono place tho trees of which wcro so blown down nnd beaten nbout by the wind that none of them wcro more than ten feet Licit while the branches were interlaced and mingled together in inexTbo middle of the islet tricable confusion was in fact lower than tho odgei and covered with grass and at the western point thero stood all by itself a rock about forty or fifty feet high around which hovered and flew perpetually myriads of birds I found a way to the top of this rook nnd planted there our signal of distress a long white streamer fluttering from tho mast of tho boat whlcb wo managed to stick pret ty irmly Into a cleft of tho rock This rigged up we settled down to our new life Tho manner of it was as follows We began with morning prayers said by Then in Then breakfast our chnptaln fine weather Ben and I went fishing in Miss Elwood Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the baynot far from land you may bo sure because Helen begged us with tears in her eyes not to risk being carried out to sea and lenving her alono upon the Island When we had luck wo would bring home enough fish for dinner and breakfast too On such dnys we were sparing with our Then for dinner besides the fish stores we hnd sea birds eggs strong in taste but not unwholesome boiled or fried nnd sometimes to vary the diet wo knocked down the birds themselves and roasted them For fire wood we had nur littlo coppice to cut and hack at Our supper wns tho samo as our dinner and ns the evening soon grew cold and chilly we used after supper to sit nil three together around the firo of logs nnd talk till Hen gave tho word to turn in Then evening prayers and sleep till dawn Sitting before tho fire in those long even ings of winter when wo did not enro to waste our littlo stock of candles it was natural that we should get to know each other and it stood to reason that I should should be asked to tell my story over nnd over again At first I could sea that old Ben distrusted me A convict he thought must needs to bo a thief Elso how should he be n convict Tho story of innocence wns for a long time too much for him and it wns a joyful moment for mo when ono evening Ben held out his hnnd to me There he said I cant help it Ive tried hard to help it but I cant My lad You could you lire ns innocent ns I nm not steal if you were to try Show mo the man as says you could I I went through it from the beginning picking up a thread here and n forgotten Miss Elwood listening wns detail there putting it together until she knew ns much as I knew myself And my story enme to this I tell it hero because it was told so often during our stay on tho island On Friday morning August 18 181G I went ns usual to the office in Lower Thnmcs street being then n clerk in the firm of Battcrick nnd Baldwin of five years standing getting on for years of ngc in the receipt ol n salary handsome for my ace and standing of a hundred nnd twenty pounds a year I lived just south of the Borough between tho church and Kennington Common having my little Huth was sister Ruth with mo in lodgings at school all day but had ten ready for mo when I reached home which happened unless a press of work kept me longer not later than six After ten I went through her lessons with the child and nt nine oclock she went to bed Friday morning August 18 1846 1 was at the office door when the city clock begun striking line I was nt my desk before tho last stroke of the Inst clock had censed At ten I was sent for Mr Baldwin tho chief partner wanted me Ho was busy when I went in nnd hardly looked up Ho had n message of some importance to give me which it would havo taken timo to write Ho explained tho circumstances nt full length nud instructed mo as to the He form in which I was to set them forth was n precise gentleman nnd liked to havo things put in language ns definite as possible When I quto understood what I was to any and how I wns to say it I asked him if there wns any thing else I could do for him Ho looked around nnd taking an envelope which lay at his elbow half opened and handed it to me You may cash that littlo check for me Warneford if you will be so kind hosnid I will tnke it In gold I took tho onvelopo without looking nt the contents nnd went away After executing my first commission nnd receiving a satisfactory answer I returned to the office and my foot was on tho threshold when I suddenly remembered the check It was lucky I thought becauso Mr Bald win was in tho clerks office and with him a gentleman who I remembered afterward was one of the partners in the firm of SylCo our bankers vester Caylcy I ran to tho bank as fast as I could throw the envclopo ncross the counter nnd said Gold please as I pulled out my handkerchief nnd wiped my forehead for the day was hot Tho clerk opened the check looked nt mo with surprise for a moment nnd then left the counter whilo ho wont first to tho door and said something to the porter nnd then walked into tho inner room Ho camo back to me after two or threo minutes nnd said You must go inside pleaso go quietly Its all up at last Now I declaro that I knew no more what ho meant than a child but I supposed there was some message for Mr Baldwin and I went into tho inner room filled with clerks where the real business of the bank was Every body looked at mo oddtransacted ly as I walked to tho end at which tho partners and mnnagers wero to bo found Ono of thorn seemed to be waiting for me he pointed to n chair ho said and wait Sit down The tono of his voice was not encouraging but I obeyed nnd waited Not n slnglo thought crossed tuy brain that there was or rould be anything wrong In tun minutes or so a policeman appeared and I understood I was to go with him I thought It must bo as a witness and it was not till I was at tho Mansion Houso that I knew 1 was nrrestcd on a chargo of forgery I laughed it was so absurd that I laughed Send for Mr Baldwin I said They put me In the dock for the prelimi nary examination Mr Baldwin gave eviHo was shaken and agitated he dence would not look me In the face He broke down once or twice with emotion but his evidence was clear It had been discovered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ came to us speedily she should bo free if none camo within n 3 car we would mnrry on tho Island but should wo beforo thnt timo bo taken front the place wo would only marry should it pleaso God to make my innocence plain before the whole world She said Sho accepted my conditions that she would mnrry me when nnd where I pleased but for the sake of her father If we got safe to England my character should bo cleared if that might be for my She knew mr she said and own sake that was enough I Wo were huppier I think after that began almost to hopo even that no ship might come beforo the end of tho year but tine dny it wanted but a month of the time I saw with n henrt full of conflicting emotions n whaler steering for our island Ben Croil rushed up to the signal rock nnd began wnving his streamer with frantic shouts Helen nnd I looked nt ench other nnd nnd tho tears onmc Into my ryes Helen I said I am going back again I have to tho world as n returned convict lost you forever Never George We will work together to solve this mystery and if it is never solved my love nnd my husband the Lord Only wait and trust will find out a way und if tho worst comes to the worst if wo arc never to marry wo shall bo brother and sister nlways But in nil this wide world do not forget thnt there is only one mnn whom I enn ever love And hero I lay down tho pen and lenve another to tell tbo story of how the sword of honor was restored to mo CIIAPTKR IV DANCtXO ASK lIKmitTMKXT So far in tho heart of tho city ns to mnkc ono doubt whether it has not got clean be Â¬ yond the heart nnd gone over to tho other side stands n street of privnto houses at sight of which the rare and casual stranger wonders what manner of people they bo who dwell therein Half way up the street on the left hand side is n houso which exactly like the rest in nil other respects differs from them in a look of extreme cleanliness which with n freshness of green paint makes it stand out from tho ncichbors ns n houso which clnims the attention duo to respectability On tho door is a larue of n high order M brass plute on which is inscribed Lemire Professor of Dancing Calisthenics and Deportment Side hy side with this placard was another of smaller dimensions with the simple word Lodgings upon it for Professor Lemire added to his artistic pursuit the business of letting lodgings The professor was in the year 1853 of which we writo between forty and fifty years of nge His father nnd his grand Â¬ father had been dancing masters beforo him in the samo neighborhood when thero were yet wealthy merchants living there nnd dancing was a serious accomplishment His son Rupert ho said should try other fields but for him his lines were fixed Professor Lemiro was of Huguenot deHe was a small thin nnd wiry scent mnn he had n elenn shnvcu face bright black eyes and black hair ho dressed in black too with clothes fitting tight to his elastio limbs and he had one pet vanity he was proud of his irreproachable linen Madamo Lemiro was an Englishwoman who had conquered the youthful professors heart by an extraordinary devotion to his own art in which however her success Sho was taller and n was but moderate great deal heavier than her husband whoso And she wns proeenius sho worshipped lific no fewer than twelvo children graced the board on which the family meals were spread and often spread in an unsatisfactory mnnner The children were nil nnmrd in nccor dance witli ancient Huguenot custom either after old leaders of the cause or after tho Biblo The boys wero Rupert Gaspard Molso Eli nnd soon the girls were Antoinette Charlotte Rebekah and Marie They wore carefully instructs in tho religion and language of their ancestors so that they were bilingual nnd talked They wero French ns well ns English nlso trained to consider thnt the queen nnd empress of nil arts was the art of dancing that to dance well was a gilt given to few hut to bo aimed ntbynll and thnt their father was the greatest living master of tho mystery Tho eldest of them Rupert promised to surpass his rire Beforo he could walk ho Beforo ho could talk ho could dance showed capabilities with his legs which brought tears of joy to his fathers eyes He was taller by four or five inches than Ho was eighteen yenrs of ago tho father The second in order to Rupert was Antoinette If it may ho spoken of Mnde molsolle Lemiro with nil respect she wns for elasticity and mastory over her joints Sho was sevnlmost the equal of Rupert enteen nnd her function wns tn go to tho ladles school with her fulhcr and help in etching the girls A clover girl she had received from nature a mobila and sympa thetic face As for the other children they wcro like each other In being ono and all passionately When ordinary children fond of dancing would havo played games tho littlo Le Whon there was mires played nt dancing no school the professor taught his children All day long tho sound of the kit was heard from the class room and the beating of the childish feet upon the floor as one after the other practiced and was instructed Thero was one other inhabitant of the house a young lady n girl of Ruperts age hat is one year older than Nettle Lomlre and threo years older than poor lilt t lo Char Â¬ lotte n bright faced brown eyed brown baited mtildcn of lull and lisiom figure Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bright of eye ready with speech and smile treachery of some of the other countieB- happy In littlo thlnga the real sister of the glorious old Peavlnr nlways throwing hct children thp real daughter of the prolessor five hundred whig tnnjorily for tho nominee1 Her name was Having thus laic down his premises the the right hand of mndntne Ruth Warneford writer then introduced the nn1io of Oreoii Eight years bclorc this date when she HnrnoExa nsthatofairentlcinanwhowould was a child of ten yenrs old she wns brought not only ndvancn the standard boldly ami to the house by a servant who said that ho worthily but would carry it to assured vic Baldcamo from tho house of Bntterlck tory Give til urcen Home asserted Inn win that this was the child about whom the writer nnd Peavino will furnish us a len correspondence had tnken plncc nnd that der whom every whig in the district will So she the box contained nil her things esteem it nn honor and n personal favor ti wns lft follow Give us Green Home nnd his eloAt thnt time n dreadful thing had hapÂ¬ quence will charm the disnllected tn duty pened to the child but she was too young whilo his invective will drive the enemy yet quite to realize how dreadful n thing it into hiding in the envrs nnd sinkholes tsivo was She had lost her only brother When us Green Home nnd ihj district will send ho grew older nnd begnn to understand him to congress to become the chosen lieu things she comprehended that he had dis- tenant and aid to glorious Hnl of the West graced himself and wns sent to prison but And so on for nearly half n column In likrr no one told her tlo story It was Mr Bald- strnin win the man whose name George WnrneTo say that Green II trno Eq read nnd ford had forged who took her friendless nnd reread this communicttioii would lc to deserted from the lodgings in Kensington state it mildly Tin truth Is by the suc and sent her to Professor Lemire to be ceeding Saturday when the Bugle made itn brought up with his children next nppenrnnce he had every word of it She wns n gov committed to memory Ruth was nt work now erness earning her own little income nnd During the week in answer to the inqnir- paying tho good people who wero her sec iesofhis neighbors ho nssnred them thnt ond parents her own share of the household he had given the subject of his candidacy 110 expenses thought thnt his Inbors in behalf of the Yes Ruth Warneford wns n visiting gov whig party hnd uecn from pure love of its ernes s Sho nut only toiled nil dny when principles thnt he hnd been taught thnt clients came but when business wns slack honors post is the privnte station thnt ko filled up her time by teaching the younger hnd not then mrrcver hnd aspirations for members of tho Lemiro family nnd the political office that whilo ho hnd deemed earnings of tho girl wcro useful nnd helped it a pleasure to contribute liberally it innvy Indeed had bo more liberally than wisely for one of bin out tho Income of the family it not been for Ruth thedinner of soup nnd restricted income of his means nnd timo vegetables must often hnve been changed for the good cause not looking forward to for the dinner of dry bread for times were reward yet if the parly deemed him deserv Â¬ growing very hard with tho professor ing nnd thought that ho could do them hot- A dreary life for the girl hard work from tcr service in congress then be did not think morning till night nnd yet she endured it that he would declino to acecde tr their and was happy She had no holidays and wishes Howercr as it was au exceeding Â¬ never went nny where still she wns happy ly importnnt ns well ns n delicate question hnppy until one day came which shut lo him ho would tnko the matter undernd tered her little Castle of Delight riscment nnd should n call be made upon It happened through her taking the post him to become the stnndnrd benrcr of tsSo which sho thought grent promotion of or- parly in this contest he had but little donbt thnt ho would bo able to give bis friends n ganist to St Ethclreds Church satisfactory answer Contlnuod next week The next Saturday the Buglo made its np- Â¬ Written Tor Tiik Urkckkmdck News penrnnce again nnd this timo it was full to RUNNING FOR CONGRESS overflowing with calls upon Green Home The Ixperlcsicoof fir ecu Home Hnq Esq to permit his friends to ns bis name All of for tho congressional nomination rv 1 a m ronun these calls were nppiirenlly written from different nnd nide npart points of the district It was in 1811 when politicnl excitement nnd wero signed Old Whig Mnny reached n fcer hent never before or since Voters etc If the cITect of tho tofcir experienced in this country The entire communication of the previous week had male population of the country hnd turned been to nrouso the ambition of Mr Green into politicians nnd it wns no unusual sight Home the present nvnhuichc of friendly to see mechanics abandon their Nhnps nnd appreciation fairly set it ablaze After counters benches merchants forsake their perusing that days issue of the Bugle hu laws crs neglect their offices farmers leave required no more time not even a minute in tho furrows nnd all huddle their plows to mnko up his mind together under some convenient shed or Tho third issue of tho Bugle after the im- Â¬ shade of the trees on the village in the portunities first begnn contained the follow- Â¬ green whig pitted against democrat nnd ing card democrat against whig nnd nil engaged in Congressional Dis Â¬ To the Voters of tho earnest and noisy discussion of the issues trict divided the then two great parties that Having leen rcatilty ntgfi oy p irtlal Ah I those wcro glorious dnys duys nev- Â¬ friemts to offer myself as a cnmlldiito for the whig nomination for congress I tnke this oc Â¬ Men wero men then casion onil means to respond to their Battering er to be forgotten nnd religiously believed in political prin- calls by insuring them Mint I nm in their baud to do take occa- ciples Tho machine wns then undream-cd-o- f slon towith me us they will I willthe district visit the several counties of and no man bo ho whig or democrat prior to the meeting of the nominating com en but would ns soon have acknowledged tlnn should one bo called in order to testify before the people of the faith that is In mo allegiance to the crown of England as to a Hespectfully the peootes obdt servt political boss unless that boss like Clay Urkkx Hokxs and Jnckson had cleaved his way to the And sure enough ho did visit nnd mnko core of their affections by sturdy nnd hespeeches in every county nnd by great good roic battle against nil comers nnd under luck when the day of tho convention ar- Â¬ tho most trying circumstnnccs for the prinrived his was the only tiiimo before it nnd ciples denr to tho populnr honrt of course n unanimous nomination was The littlo village of Bottomvlllc tho ri- Â¬ tendered him val of tho more pretentious becauso tho thu That wits indeed n whilo letter day county sent villngo of Hillburg like every proudest duy of my life us h expioascd in the Innd wns stirred to other hamlet it in his speech of acceptance ns ex its profoundest politicnl depths In duo time tho democrats made their Green pressed by Tho Bottomvillu Bugle Home Esq tho hero of this unobtrusive nomination Col Andrew Jackson Whistler Â¬ sketch wns n resident of Bottoms illo Ho a gentleman of considerable ability extraordinary bonhomie n perfect walking en- Â¬ made his appearance therooriginnlly in tho characterof a schoolmaster Although ho cyclopedia of anecdotes nnd nn inexhaustiIn all these essential claimed to be a native of York state there ble mine of humor qualifications in a candidate Greon Home wcro thoso In the community who suspect ed him of having originated farther cast Esq was pre eminently deficient Whistler Truth to tell thero was n suspicious nasal wns moreover well acquainted all over the twang about Ills voice and his pronuncia district having canvassed it twico before which he call although unsuccesfully as tho democrntiu tion of such words as cow and to which ho render nominee for the same office ed koyeow These facts coupled with the more ImI swnn and his only expletive ed tow portant one that all tho calls upon him thnt furnished fair ground for tho suspicion Whilo teaching tho villngo school his soul had appeared in tho Buglo were written for sonring ubovo birch nnd blackboard ho the fun of thu thing by tho cot rioof young rend law under old Tom Traverse and in whlgs of tho village nnd thu yet inure im Â¬ tho yenr of our Lord 181 nt tho ngo of portnnt fact that outside his own county forty ho enjoyed tho largest prnctico of ho was entirely unknown to tho parly intho nny lawyer in the county being rcnlly 11 district the great bulk of whom hnd never oven heard of him until hu mndc his np shrewd and capable attorney Politically Green Home Esq wns n penrnnco as n candidate for the nomination whig He fairly worshiped Henry Clay started him into the canvas under serious nnd looked upon Andrew Jackson ns mi disadsnutaue It is not our purpiw to followhlm step uinlHsnry of tho Dovil was not altogether certain but thnt Old Hickory wus Sntnu by slop as the canvass progressed but himself and would havo required slight merely In nnrrittn tho circumstance thnt testimony to hcliovo tho old hero wore horns brought thut canvass ho fur us be was con ccrnrd to nn abrupt and inglorious close nnd hoofs and n forked tall Of courso ho fell nn easy victim lo tin Mr Homo was n member of tho church prevailing fever And it wns his Industry nnd was given to much praying nud exhort in the street discussions thnt led somo of i si when thoy arris ed nt nny place whero the wnguish young whins of Itollomvillo to religious services were being held nud ho concoct a plot thnt proved to bo tho down- nover partook of u meal any sshero without fall of as soaring nn ambition as ever tho asking a blessing As Cul Whistler was thirst or office tempted Into tho hurly burly the reverse ol n religious clmrneter nnd of a contest on tho hustings piety wns producing nn Hiisv thnt Homo One Saturday morning thero appeared In effect on the steady old fanners nnd church the columns of tho Buglo n well written members ol the district thnt his jokes and communication dated from Springlown tho anecdotes and brilliant witticisms were fullcapital of an adjourning county which in ing to neutralize he began to study up n formed the people of Pea vino county that plan to circumvent his opponent effectually thoy were justly entitled lo the privilege of and for keeps providing tho whig candidate for congress The night before thcy were to speak nt a hat yenr It then proceeded to show that village called Paradise in Happy county eynry connly in the district except Provide ho happened tn remember thnt on thu road had furnished either congressmen or can- Â¬ they hnd to travel next day nud nbout two didates who bad all beon elected by thovote miles from Paradise there suns n cabin oc Â¬ of that county or when defeated that that cupied by threo women n mother and two Continued on Fourth lug result was brought about by the npulhy or Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 12 Â¬ Â¬ if V y V A- I - sV j Jr -- Xl v f3 -- 3 M Tjrt X SS IVAIIiAUi MMMkM UMilTsI ihj litfcXil iMhMfcMMWail M 4 rirfMimMitamtai TLIZAfeFJrlTbWN ariwaMcmi fTi DlSftilCT ENCE l I rm illStricl iTTll It fn Pi fil li iTiHm anititfiiawii CfrtjFrN V Sf MOlriT 1 sslMtlWttfssVBbJCMkdfcsVili J IlnVCrptirt 2 Liberty Hull Hook Vnto I I IHM I f WHINK81AV llnHnnvlllenfSF CnJtfr i CT5I im - SB Jm7 HH ICTU iim tm iiiir S KB to 18 S8 tlltlfiMiC IJilllor v Subject lo tliadn Nlnh riTlli nelfinrtiitic4Piftty f Mnlilftbcri rt 1 t III fit rt liirii tJf llio election in thin cnfifjr lWo were nwrtfo lunt fully throe tittiitjreil of Oip Mhunctt null V - Ti Wo rmlilNIt lor Invirunr lie TonW iicil -- s k e 4 f ffVSf West Point Circuit W ItGodbeyvlC i TotlYstllJClIK S T Moortnrtn delegate majority 75S Woyructli Long Grove CirCuit q It McOill h P Visiting Bniihe- r- RUv V It Hnrrlsdtr cenvkvok that of f Iris year ilistriei PK ofrTic Howling Green elected perma Aliantiy was chosen tstbb plhcb for Durtrn noalri Uniou Stnr Precinct Mr Thomas J Jolly was 220 1 It will he seen that nil our nominees for Hnrillnburt5 tho next meeting 149 131 nent secretary county vllice have been triutnijhtititij-ecot-cfrnnllnburB The comniilteb on Sunday afchodls pre 124 U A Cundiir W II Cain and T G Har 13j Cloverport lenort which was nntttnirOua ccout Hack Board for survey or and ho CloieriKirt 2 125 109 on public sented llieir and reads 11 committee ris were appointed ly ndoptcd ns follows 114 33 juwes hisdefeat to lit i patriotic tinscllUlincJi worship Liberty Unit 100 meeting were then fixed ns every where over the Hock Vnlo The hours of Your coinmllteo on Snnilny Pchools Aficr die told hia friends r2 137 follows Morninz sessions open ut 8M tim lnl iniesligntin of tho number nnd stnto county that whr rc thry could swa a vote McDnnlclr 109 102 lluilanlllo and close nt 1030 n mcvening sfifcsions hfjuliliy Schools lnbo district nnd that nt S7 I5 for him for one for Miller not to hcaitnto to Ctntcr tin fifty nine or sixty rMchliig points reopen nt It and close at 1 10 p m H 9t ported thcro nro only nlnctcch Urtrfenly Pun do so that he would rather be defeated ten llowleyiltlo Tho committee on public worship report51 J ed that Ilcv W II Archey would preach tUy Schools thirteen of which hb olir literaIol Wchiter times over than have Miller defeated 12 IK prinb This shows that n litllo inoro tliiih tno ture 04 10 nt n m lowing his advice and iLvtiufi upon his wish tnlnn Star llilnls of the prntclilng points nro wlthobtSun t 32 71 sdjourned with benediction dny Schools and six schools without the litem mom than one hundred votes were thus Miinteyvltle 109 OS JtFTKIINonX BKSSllljV Stcplicnsport Wo would ask thctu what ttVo of bur clilfrcli ceurcil for Miller and the latter s election p in ts tho catiih of flic fnlluro nnd stagnation in tho The conference reassembled at 1521 it- T0t1l and was opened wrth relrgidiis exercises Sunday School work nssured Surely sncli coNi1tictrsthisisnor In our opinion thcro Is The n great lack of willing nnd competent officers llurtoat majority OH conducted by Rev M P Putnphrey tliy of more than empty praise stch enscl minutes of the morning session weio read i Parents will nut avail themselves gcncrnllyjgf rororth fish devotion to the best interests of the tho privllcgo of working in tho vlncynrd of HaniitoD Allc ft corrected and ndoptcd Precinct party and the people merits substantial re Hnnllnsburg On motion tho confcrcnco appchited the Ood by nil only sending but going with their 113 32 children to Sunday School There is nlwajii a 60 following commitecs 39 ward and we read tho tcnipcrif the gallant llnnlinsbiirg 2 or tho child If en 6H 32 On State of the Church ReS- - It A Cun wllllngnos upon tho pirl School dnmocracy of old Ureckcnridjje to little pur Cloverport conrnged to 11UO1I rJImilny 50 ditT and Thos A Chntrev 2 parents In tho third place somo pose if in the near future they do not show Cloverport 69 3 Liberty Hnll On Sunday Schools Rev J M Phillips ilro9 tlirlr clilldrcn to death bcrnro they sond D C CIAKKSOV CI 4 appreciation of Huck Hoards noble conduct Hock Vnle nnd W K liardnway to Sunday School so thnt tho poorerchil them T Haskh 22 I ltov 0 W drcii nro ashnmed lu go along with tho hnnd On Hooks anil Periodicals in a manner ns substantial mid gratifying McDunlcli W T Hilicii 35 15 Huitionvillc Lyon and W K Hardawny In the noxt pbico wo dont simcly dressed praise CuXcr 32 50 Jto him as it will be honorable and The following resolutions presented by Itcv I C Clnrksnn J T think that tho preachers In tho ilistrlct nro half On Finance 39 15 W- Lyon were adopted worthy in them Such men are scarce in Ilcwli yvillo doing thlr work In rejpect to the Sunday School J Rev J 4 Hanks and W Hureh Whkuhas Our district conference now niiy party and they can not be too lavishly Wubitcr On Quarterly Confereuco Minutes ltcv enrse Wo wonlrt Ihirruorosnslsl IHint WO n drawing 2 20 lllK Spring r to a close has been n most delightfrchcliifrs hhdliyihcn hso nioro7cn nnd greater CS sVlhert livan nnd M I Putnphcry rcwnrdwl 40 1ninnStrr n ful ono so Several things have conspired to 25 5 On Temperance ltcv J R Ocmpscy effort ih tho promotion ofowii great cnuso nnd Mooley vllle bonrtily recommend our literature to the make if so First the preacher in thai ge 44 Thos J Jelly nnd 1 I 51 Litsey be- Â¬ OF BRECKENRIOGE CO Stcphciffport OFFICIAL VOTE Methodists of our district Moreover wo tiling n man cofild do to Rev O VV Lyon exhibited upecimen lieve tho best field In tho win Id for tempcrnnco haSdone every inuko tlm isiling brelluen feel comfurln 09 swrv 351 Total copies of Nnshvillo Advocate and Sunday work And Influcncu l tho Sundiy School Wo blo u Stilt- mill tJoiiuty Oftlccri and nt home Second ihn m nurhial AUen8 mnjority 311 IHHi Sehool iicriodicals for urntuitious distribu giiif would Ihi rvforn Insist on tho minisren tind hospitality of the HewleyiIIi peiiple has 5 tion nnd urged our people 0 subscribe for tcieliers keeping the eUl of InteiripVrAnce sciioot fully equal to CtIUK COlRT tit AtlRMiKforo tbt IHni of tho children f our been tcslcd nnd has proved our own publications 1M the enicrgiiirv ihcielnre Henry Jncoti For 1reclnctj Tho regnlnr order of business ttas nrw Sliodiiy ruluiMi Hespectliilly siibmltled 1034 ARilnst Jlemilrfit Tlmt wn extend to llrnj II A W I II iiiimww 2115 Ut iriliibtir I taken up Mnjority for the tax 5 73 CuudiiV our sincere ihaiiks forjiis uniform 12J J M Iliiiiti st II irillniljiir lli IlllRCII llKlOUTfl 13 kindness nud CTirisltnn cuuitesy eVrrtided Cluvrrjiurt Ill Tlic followlne Is tho official voto for magis Ilev Tt A Cundiff Hig Spring circuit The committee on Icmperanco preseiucd In us while here 1112 lllj ClovcrLort 2 trates in tho Clovcrnort ilistrlct reported tho spiritual stnte of the church their report which was udopled ami is ns 111 It t TtnrtYrTVnt NPnJw ortliicomniillc6 Illurty Hall Kultt 228 Duncan 218 Cbnpin 270 Dyer medium congregations on Sabbath cood I follows M J 1 orconniaoie 229 rnto 110 j Maitingiy ei ltnk Vjilo nnVWiliiininoiit Urns T I lolly W II on Saturdays rjot so good class meetings 81 52 Ipprmkli 18 Mullen 150 Car305 Cuimabigs Porter iiit C M Sunders nud of the people of Vour committee to whom thv subject of tem Â¬ held but not well attended Sabbath School 01 59 HikNuiivIIIo son 5 liew ley villi wp shull ever cheiish the deep 51 7rt at Ucwlcyvillo in good condition run the perance w is referred beg liino lo rppoit Cutter Thnt while the 1l111r1il bus ever disiiprovcl est feelings of lnc and gnilltnde fVr tnCiV 15 Ul past year through tho winter average TKnlcyi fllo largi hearteil nnd libernl enterliininrtit THE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION 7U 19 Wobbler 50 small sshool at Hig Spring tho uso of Intoxicating drinks cxeepl in t asu attendence iiml sbo bus inn1 nn hrillshlit piomisiiig that our pravrrs shall be mat He ueccssily 12 i2 Illj spring and at Liberty no school nt eithcrof tho of iriffiVtrPiiils Is n rtn sufficient In tcliiKi YH111 prccrvo nnd 71 103 htviiiiIs wo inn Ininn Hlnr lcrllnciK SHKircitlAn from FrcM- - other appointments as regards finance from lii HVitWfti of gnicu mid glory hfd whnsotoiVi nut the w v bless shall bn done keep 18 i8 ili iit Alien Mnplryvlll nol life tho assessment plan has been adopted at thcrcfiro not to bo tolcritcd in hermciula is he tfkA woll SB 71 done and we shall hear the Master lldltor Brcckenrlilgo Nos Strplivnsjiart Mays Grove the sibscrip rcjnlc- - that our last general coiifcrcme held In Ilcwleyvillo I Art say innsmiicli ns you have done it unto itf to hhj a few thincs to the people tion and no at plan at the other appointWJ sinkc out on hi Nashville Tcnn Miv I 11 n Total of the cpiintjlh tlioMirjtCt fffmr proposed ments amount allowed tho preacher in subject sii pi tin Hint the wayfaring man tlionli the least of them my brethren ye Imvo Jacobs uiiijorlly 18 done il unto me ICuter into tho joy of thy celebration of the hiiudredtli hnmtcfNnly chatge Wo tbefefoir re 150 S6ft amnnfit collected a lool need Hot err therein Lord of the hettleinent ofthii Dart of Kentucky affirm our com let ion in tho belief thnt tho makItev W II Archey Constantino Circuit JlllOR coritT III1 jirrRAi4 3 That wn npprcclalo tho uniform for Krom nil I can hear it will attract to it if reported for the churches under his charge ing buying selling ordrinkingof Intoxicating Iivivis Itiiucll Precincts more peoiilo than and then the confereuco ndjourncdi hut nppnieii to tho henrnnce nnd kindness of our presiding offi liquors is Uo only rtnitritry tin weather is propitious 85 213 Iliirilintbnrt spirit of truo piety Therefore was ever asoiubled nt nny point if tliecoftn cer liro Harrison nnd extend our tlinnks 129 128 HnnlitKbtiri 2 Uf deed Thnt us pieichers snd pnstnrs wo to him for the same ty upon any occasion nnd these people 110 95 Cloverport I to pcrssrilngly will U3 uut be fed I estimate the probable crowd SECOND PAYS PKOCKKDINGS 10 a spiritonJcnvor law of tho cknrch tatiy ynrt tlio I That it has afforded us great satisfacHI lorcrpurt 2 nnd tho until our be- tion thnt In ttvO pfdvideliCn of God Dro 1W1 The conference met promptly nt 8 21 at komctliint like 8000 persons and the litborty ion shall bo without spot or wrlnklo or The loved 70 K It m Itev T G Harrison in tlio chair 42 Harrison presiding elilcV or the Tloek Vnrc v ainoiint of food ncecsiiry for 1 pitherin jr nny such thin II5 70 MuUmicN of that sissu will be simply enornious Now religious services were conducted by llev Ittmtmt That ns n port of tlio fnnillv cf Howling Green district has been nbp lobe 03 01 lliilonillle to form boino couclusioiius to the probable J It Dcmpsey The mlnetes of the hist Ood o bcltere il is In accord with llcniens with its during our session nnd to aid and 41 98 Custer success of our undertaking it will be uec session were read ftlid approved- King thnt wo wdgC n frSr of txrcrnilnillon up- encourage us by his words of wImIoiii nnd 77 08 Iletvlcyvillc Itevs Albert Givan Woll Creek tnissjon M wVftllt in ohWr nhd his able expounding tq us of tho cMiry for the peons holding the suliserip on strong drink nml Viy 23 70 cbtT O W Lvov tinn fists and composing the telicitiflj com- J It Dcmpsey Hardirfshurg circuit Word of Lire ie doavor u to do 12 33 111k Bprlii 1 T UrsilfMi ltenoUiil That ho sultuiiily plcdgo ourselves mittee to wnit irt once on the people and ported their work In medium condition 55 91 Union Ktur Tho cninuiittco on publin worship report- ns fur ns wo cnii to nlly with all efforts looking for thcui to mnkc their subsetiptions early 10 50 U Mnolryvlllu Rev J T Ilnrrison tvns nullinr J It IHmtsVv I do not wish to take n imrt in any thing ed tlmt ltcv J M Phillips would preach at to this desirablo ond 89 9J Hleplicniport ized to get tlio district conference reconl J I Lithicv that is calculated to brinj discredit not to 11 n honk from D O Cnniploll nnd lie uiin Tuns JJiuiv Tho conference then adjourned with tlio 1217 1192 pay dipmco on our good old count and v Total lolly ules from It P Hnyes iiml Ilios KuucUe Mnjurtty 25 if I see that the licople are Inward in iheir hencdictiop The committee on finance presented the nnd In sen that the ininutos lire rneorded subocriplions I ilesire for one to withdraw following report which was adopted spsstoy aitkhkoiin ritlriiluR ciifnT Jiniir The eonfironce then adjoiu iiid in liem n from tin Society iiml let the celebration go Hm Jyon Confereuco mot promptly nt II p in 1273 Tlowilcn oppoiltion Wo tho iindersigiiedcoinmittrobcgleiivo nnd harmnny with prayer by fi Ilut I do not anticipate anv Itev T G Hnrrison in tlio by the board chair Relig- to submit the following report 011 finance and A soni bv he cniifcrcice nt n m falure fur these vniHci hcciuisu of the well ious eoiiiT jfnoB OllNTV TIlOSJMrXYSecy oorciscs wero condneted by Itov to this conference known patriotism and librrality of our peo -Precinct fiercer llonril Tho minutes of the niorn- Tlr3 commiiro havo not bten nblo to Tlio project commends itself to all John Rhodes I 112 199 ple lliirilinibiir npproycu JSAlhcr Wany slatistirs only with reference session were 101 not u lusier is lieunl ijiuiiift it niit every ing J M Dempscy remi nnd llnnlinilMirK 2 Mackvillo circuit To nil who nro suffering from tho errors and Itev tt iihimO II J 92 one I l mmi woman and child while ana and John Stevenson ilclcgftlo from Hear totbatpait of the iiuanco that concerns Indiscretions of youth nervous weakness early Clotcrport iiMDiinntn in charge and elders Vi wo Cloivrport 2 much - seems riifscr 10 coiiiriiiuie i 1110 eir Creok mission in reported their chnrgci in preachers from only eleven circuits and this decay loss of manhood ice I will send a to 11 linvo heard 9 Liberty Hull 011 toririn nud to participate in its holy and medium condition M 102 llock Valo Wo therefore beg rcfcVe W sVibrtiit n clpothnt will euro you iKCE OF CllAltOU point paltfutic IM reiMs Itevs J T Itushing Leitclifield circuit 90 91 McDanicI report principally on this point with refer This great remedy was discovered by a mission The cNecutiM conunillei niit 011 Tues and O W Lyon Hliabethtown station 12 122 lion vlllc ence to these circuits Tho financo for last nry In South America day olhift week tttciMisiilcrvniiims inntlers reported Send a solf nddressod 117 their work in good conditio I3i Custer aro iw follows of impoitaneo to ourtvrgtttijntion and ap 112 H7 JlowloyilJIo Revs I C Clarksoil Falls of Rough year cnvclopo tn tho llrv Joski ji T Inmix Sntwn no pointed a Hub ciiiniuittee of colored men In Hig Spring nssessedfor preacher in 91 W It Godbey D Xeu Vork CiVy Webster circuit Wost lVint erect nud have in charge u bcimiiitu tabln nircuii and n chnrge and presiding elder 30 71 JllB Spring repotleJ tlwir woik on the up Iiis 10O 72 for that clius of our citixeiis Paid SVJ5 or nbout 10i to tho Union Htirgrnde A Iliiiiullcliill Aiiliun is made up of the most respectable 7 21 Mooley villi inomber tonferonco adjourned with tho benedicTho miscrnlilo loohsnnd feelings of tlio 133 c6lored men residing in the county I3t Stcphciupcrt Constantino nssessed for preacher in dcsKs or wftt k tables nro caused Should members of the MiliCiting com tion chargo nml presiding elder 200 ronuiied nt Khlneys tor Rowels 3VJ mittee fail tn receive nt once the printed hv weak Stomach l0U9 Totals Paid 3105 or about 21cts to tho THIRD DAYS IltOCKKDINGS I miijurity 2IU Mercer larknr n Olneer Tonic without intnxicntint member iieauiiis 01 Min unpiuni nuicu am now Conferpneo mot at 8 110 a in Rev T has such a liencficicnt action on theso or ilintribiuiutlny need not be deterred from WW deck assessed for preacher In COCNtY CIlURT CklllK and so cleanses thu poisonous matters acting on that nccniint for they can ns well O Hnrrison presiding Tho religious ex charge and presiding elder 180 cans erciso wero conducted by Itcv J M Miller Jolly write out u heading promising to civ e beef Preclnitii from tlm system that rosy cheeks and irond Paid U8 JO or about lWl to tho 122 212 Deutpscy llnrilinsbiirK Exhealth aro soon brought back nntn a hog or ham or or sheep member HanllnsbiirK 2 Tho llio stnto ol the work lll 102 or all these orthings and 11 lay their money press written mado com milt eo on Ivliznbcthtown assessed for prencher 177 107 Cloicrport the following rrporti which was 100 lieadim before tlie lieonle as to ait for adopted 139 in clmrgn and presiding elder 910 Cloicrport 2 Hant iVnito Itlonoy Indeed tlio certions of 37 Km tho printed one Liberty Hall Paid 01267 or about 12 1 to tho On trashy oxtracts when von can lmy n Prom the reports lrta lo to iMs cnrifortneo 90 120 anyone 111 this direction whether named llock Vnlo member liulin nerfumn rn ileliuhlfutlv trnirnnt 127 83 011 the committuo or not will be thankfully your cfiinmltlru I linplrsiM with tlio fact that McDanlels Hrnndcnburg assessed for preacher nnd refreshlnp as ITorcston dologno 109 107 unity of our church members havua imiiio to lliilsonvlllv rcceiuil and npplainled In ehnrgo nnd presiding older ClO vo tn T M05 lO Custer lcrfons ujio Imvo heard any Incident llvu ami nro ileail ulillo but fciv nro nil Paid ol0Uorabout178 to tho 112 lleivlcy villi hnving ciiiineetion with tlin history of the ilml llio Interest f tho church nt llir ir ovn member Wo lour It 101 tho nnil not 20 Wvbsler county or of its people are earnestly re cilvnlion Ihut lo thothat it tho iiv Ilnrdinsburg assessed for preacher tho ninny 50 11 paying praying tho lll Spring fuecteil to eiiiuiiiuiiiciito iii writing or er singltij tho shnntlnj nml uiijiiy their religion U70 in chargo and presiding nldcr 110 75 Union Slur ilh nun of tlm historiuus elect of tho Many of our members tiko no Interest In tho Paid aii33 ombout lfii to tho 30 bally hi Mooloyiillo koeiely They are Wallace iruelle Hon social meetings of tho church llvu without 119 member tepbonsport lessn V Kiiichelre mid William Wutkiu family prayer nml pay but II lo or nothing to Leitclifield nssrsstid for preacher in L Let us one ami all plcilgo Men nud women of IlreekeurJilge county support tho ihbreh 1705 1505 Tolnls ehnrgo and presiding older 1G We havo iiuilerlaluii In perforin a pious a nursolros that wo will put forth nn court to Millers uiiijorlly 110 Puid SlJ8tt or about 5172 to tho sacred a patriotic duty which wo own lo bring about a better Utc of things Thervforo member nicMir ATTOItNKV BHECKEHHIDGE COUNTY KENTUCKY our county In the sires who lnunt and the bo It Mnckville nssessed for preacher In Jletihfil Thnt we will uso our Influence to lirnci lliiuincri Prevlncls mothers who bore n in tho nulilic ami gVt our pooiilo to ntteni soiiil meetings of tho chargo and presiding elder 115 I IU Si Harilliiiburi solemn festival which wn nro now Inungur clmreli nml nlsn holil fnuilly prayers Paid 817ft 05 or about 70cts to ilia 180 20 llnnliiiibiirp Z Ilcglns tho first Monday In September Tho in i is it necessary to mako any an member Iltfiitrrf TTiat wo will irrow In crnco nml In 170 3 Cloverport I School Is slluntod on tho banks uf tho Ohio In peal to you for aid in the furtlierauco of tho knunlcilgo of our Lord ami tarlour Jesus Hear Creok nsscisod for preacher in A 111 Clorrrport 2 a pleasant and pilot town and offers muiiy nil- - tho lag our purposes Will nny 0110 playehnrgo and presiding elder II A CKMHIf Christ ICO 51 9 Liberty Hall vantages to thoso whu wish to attortd ScliUil gard or tho niggard In tho miiipnrt of nlir Tuns AOiumV 91 Paid 9 or about lficls lotho mom- 1 Hoek Vole 4 good and holy cause DIUlip OV TBlHTtH Or rather jvill not 117 20 bcr McDinlcli Tho comniitlco on books and peiindiuals nil juit their shoulders to the wheel and nut 107 It A OKl71 Chairman 21 West Point assossed for preacher in lliiioinlllo presented tho following report which after 108 15 us at once 011 lilgti mm siile jtriiilliil I liuil chargo und presiding elder J I IHIItlOlty Scoyi CiHter 47ft 97 5 UMAUT Ilewlvy villa has smiled nbiinilanei on Mis people this somn discusilori was adopted Puid S280 or nhout to tho 91 12 T OWEV Webster year mrthougli Ho had foreseen and fav Â¬ Vour commlltoO on tho publishing Interest member 10 5 Dit W 11 WHITL bojr Ilito In submit tho followini report Jll flprliiK ored our enterprise Iet not tho iieoiilu be Fulls of Rough assessed or preacher 125 11 Union ritor We Imvo boon unublo In nsovrUln tho oiacl Aip Aunv Irti t liucliwmd tn charge nnd presiding older 110 PACVITV MoMlcyrllle hi II nmiiler of porluillrJils uiol In tho ohargos Of Ilreelieuridgn Centennial Society Paid SlUIUO or about lifi to tho 155 13 hL IIAOAN HS Principal Deliti1 tho charges reportoil only two nro entirely wllh Stoptienirt mombcr Mm lil UfsA HKNfV lfternfy tlirlillsn Ailrosnto Thsio nro IltiiurtrilClinne In Ohio County out tlio Ilut hero nro many points at which nils Amount assessed to llio ll circuits d80 WOODS Intermediate JJept Mihs 1778 182 Totals lions tho voliit It ITT Primary UcpL MlSi Amount paid Uit assessment 3151010 Is libtrnlly lJiriio ui ijorlty 1594 It Kim riiiuored hero Monday that David piper best tnlont supitortcil Wo appoint soma In of our TKRUll l Kn MONTH Lchvlng tlic ptchchers nnd older to pay Duncan lute republican damliilalo or coun conference nul thothis work from tho central HinKirr character of tho paper riunrtcragototliBalnonntof if 51000 Look Primary Department 50 11 2231 ty jiidite will contest tlio election of his sue proves tho nislom of tho apimlntiuent Jlonnnin Let ui tlltormedluto nepartmont 2 00 ccbsfiilduinocriitiouppouqiit Mnwiijy outlio In our part to bring this goml Inlluonco to boar nt ho figure you that lovo lhn Jjtml Itolmil tVliltworlh tlio iijipoiltlouomiiliililsi I WcleiUlflo and Literary Dcputtiuckit I 3 00 4 Wbol ntliii- iKclvn nnnr initi In tlm tvidn rooiircl 2 J rntds m follows Itnrilliiibiirjc Krouiid of irregularity in the votingat Hart- - upon tho piplo Muito atujual ritoi i Cloverport 2 2 JlelMnirli 7 Cutter 3 Un The gumlny Hchoyl piibllratlont nro taken worh paid such in nnioilnt to tlio chltrcJi nhnulil lie uccceil In get Itll s prvciuct 1 luo rJUr 2 Mooltyvjllo 1 JJUpbeiuporl Divided clunllv nmniii H1B111 It ArrnligomcDls havo boon madefwhtreby pit- ting tho rolo of that precinct thrown out lid ami uiel In mbs of bur HiniUy Kchools This last year i0 each What imtn of wd pill wjio dcilro a attend thoschvu canplUilrt will become county jmlo and John MM literature than wliloh there It nnno purer should would be JAILOR be InokeoJ aftsr nml brought into uso In all our man is it whose heart Is warmed by love to board lit VCry roasonnblo rales For further In- kill dricnled deuiocriitic cnndiilaln or jai Lyons Slnlon Prrcincl schools t fifteen or twenty copies ef tho Wn God nud lovo to man willing that tnoso who feriuutlori apply to thu Hoard of truitces or to 115 181 liTwill displauj Jicuii lliorcciibuvkcr who lUrdiii bur L IIAUAM Prlilelpnli intm Missionary Advocate uro taken In tho lubor fur tho good of their tiouU shall puy 128 119 wua elected by u muull ote JUrJIutburic 1871 jfiritu demoimoy of lmiekonrnlito would re fuse to vote for Henry niil llint n fpw of iliciii ctiiiluiiiiitjtcd voiuitf- for iJiicuh but wc ilid not for 11 moment Iruiin lliiitlifarjp Wcslinply jfoticnt wouM curry tliccntinty ttiippoitoil vtiAt liU nnijnrify wmiM knnjte Irom fifty to one litttillrcll Wo did our part in lliupiml work if tho repudiation of nn nnwortliy candidate tlillvo consicnt y do not rr rcl tlic nctioti ol the majority uftliu party in kjivinisitsvotetoliiaoppiinciU For reasons n candidly jiavo wc could not Atp our wny clear to support Col Jacob WcMiail no sympathy with thq movement Wo ronrot tlnit risitltcil in hit candidacy duly tliat tlip democracy fhould have been saddled witliu man wjioni tliapnrjy could not Wc think the lis support with unanimity ton of this cir will lmvu h uholcsomc ef Wo arc fect upon lio parly mnnneis clearly of the opinion tliatoruomc limoto corns our coiikcntions will closely scruti- two the uioraN and habits of those who cotrrc before them for nomination before they Venture upon an eKpcriincntsimilnrto Â¬ - I The cvciilcenln iinninvi scjiuin of llio I illntrtct nitnloreiirn ffr 1110 niimiiieiiiiiiwii 12 71 touisvillo coiileroiKf lintrict 29 Mmitoyrlllo It II Jliuich Southi jntfnt HewlMlllis lirccken UC Vi it i n Slcphciifpott rililKU colifty 01 1 llhmliry July 27 lK 1431 II3U IIhu riditfiuiM upreiie wero conducted by t Totnln Hev I I ifnirinoii presldinc I2ldcr and Mhiluna iniilnrltv 105 lr TI101 J Jolly was requested to ncin3 Oilier jcnillilnlci for Jnllor rceclvcil votes n secretary in tlio orgnhmiltlolrlJl lie conlcr Mbtrry Hull once Cliivrrnort Suttnn J Tlfo confcieiico w7irTliinion2anledriJllr riTcbsrcr n Wlllhin Mny Ilnntlnjlmrg I IS Hanlln Itov T J Harrison in tlm chair illiU tlio CliArrplrt S li ImrsS III ClotriPtt ollowing delegates present U ltnrk Vnle t Mclnntcls2 Culler A CuhtlllT P C nfgprlugstircult- J t nliln Htnr 2 MuopyHlo tsyvllti 1 J RK ltobcrts nml V Ki Hitrdnwny TIH V II Oaiu und Wilis Itrnliir defoliates Annm Vorlon Hnnllnbnrlt Ctncrport Constantino Circuit II ArcliejvlVC 111 Clntcrpiirt 2 7 Molluulols I lludipn John Ilhoadcs Is l Thos A Clumpy nml vlllc I Cutter l lliiwyvllle 0 tWclater delegates Star fif flt 7 Sprlnif 2 Union Tottl 142 Mooley CJA AlvcrsonMlhsiou Albert CivnulC rteti1iciiaKiTt 3 Wolf Crook vllle Ptcpbcniport I Tlift IIBciUn Jasper Uill delegate Cluorinirt I 3 Circuit J M rlnlipj Amos lcin cotorcil lirnndiiiliiiri V C A J Ilurcti dclegnte isipsoit Hatflinsbfirg Circuit J lL Dcmpsey Wcymljh tltcktr Prwlnct Taylor 1 19 CJ M I Piimplircyl Is Unrillnibur Unnks nnd T U Henderson ileleaalcs 9i iri Hnrtllnsliurc J 93 159 Kalis of llough Circuit DC Clarkson Clovcrpnrt I Iitsey I ittrt C Harrison Fuller nnd U Clovirport 2 lSI 52 dJlegateJ ttlctty llnll 121 l Hock Vnle Mackvillo Circuit B MDempeoyP CJ 48 15C Mcllnnlcti I Glasscock mid A C Glasscock George 115 139 IIuJmiiivIIIo delegates 40 i 23 CutiT Lcllchfitld Circu- it- TfRiishlhJ C- 03 110 Jlcntcyrlllc John S Coppago doleentb 9 90 WctMcr Hoar Crcok Mission John StcvctHou 5 7 62 HlKPitlnK 59 deleiatc 100 t Unlin SUr Lyon Sthtlon G V KfizadthtOwli 73 Muoloyvtllc HI VclHcrSi tnlnn Stnr HirliiiNi 1J fV I w Slltu IllllUfliii fin t Irotrrllrlit 111iJrKVVt nJkk tM HowlAVlllPiarrMUca loll lliCilllt-IUIIVJT-iKgtj f nits r days Iiipci DiSa K w - L W jf I if tfl 11 anirll ill ntiv Itilmt In hU nulltilrv Tho new llyinii llmilt 9 nn nllrlitgmont ul IhoStniiJfirilfWork of irtit ehnrclthhUln ndWl rnjjly ntlnpleij to mo biinclnl pjntonhilpvlf llijiirihlpTlierowrii onlyioiwibeHtlott tltllt Inlho reporti butwb lenrn tliuy nro liiilniTlii oilier juaecf ju 1119 iinim i Vniiis70iir clinrcb ilubillcfttliiniiAlfo tip iiroliictiif si mo nf the best fionls nhlnicifti iilf lt I lllltitII rtnll nMSArftllltf tltl Inl iIA lUV U HI IIV lllllUllifnl II1UIIIUIJ UFI nn mnllir uilli nViv Ihlbb Wlfrlif tin It llii ro foro Ittmttfit Tlmt vfr cllculato them ns far ns possible iilnl hereby MiMfil olir liitliili ons hluriUMltlilciMViitli Wlulloxiiiio Itli ra H1JI1 Lvov Jttire tiUjlinrv nboul ift bnd I senemloMib rmf ll 1 t WJlllAA Xlio cjiiifcrcjjcc thou nij6JitllAfLldlUlbo boncuiction AKTMSOOX RKSSIOVi Nuno who iindcislnnd tho subject Tlio nS sessmqt to our prcshers ny bnrely sulll ciort to Kej thuln lip yjt sj how much ol thntililtlo iijcstBicitt Ihoj- pity thouiselves sndbenVig mtiilllljit our pVcnclieri Imvo w1thmnijiiiiStheso nsscss nolmiig through I ho pfipln tliinstlvis merits their stbwrfKU nny how rhiiclf thoy nrn wil linghtid nblu to pay yet stiangh as It mny soin tlicro was only bnoof these devoir charges that unid lnstenr what they prom ised to pay This olio charge is Hrnnden Do until ntlcrs wlu burg 1011 would Is tlio golden wish otherstli do unto oil rtilenhd llieehlldrcn til Gild nfornifstriifm d LtoVrncticoJIyiippoiJo tlno nihil goes Iii - tliU nrnountVut if lliciFlitlfc nllownncoTl aw A DISCOVERY 00N TO 3L Newsofnfs ifalisWenl hL NlW0r til JTffAflSrSff it 1 A MAN bo You Want Money Ciillbh bbYbi DR W B ITttilr WHITES fuL- - W Trt1b Tratlo Duy or Soil Cull on II L NliWSO Â¬ 03 Yoii Wltnt Collocllrjli Do You -- rnr-ir-tt-W- fTRfSLtftYljglBB I fflKfesso Mr f7rf St j Made Cull illi it Li UVWidil n Crish Koto L iNKWfiOAf 2Sp w- - WnnlloSell -- llio-l 1 lidi 5 -- 1 1 lj The Confereuco ussnmhlcd at religious exercises were conducted by Rev Dr CK McGill nfter which llio lulnutAs Ultllb previous scssidlt Wlfe rtitl nlid ap proved Tho cpmtniltce on quarterly trihferenco rcconls presented llicir report ns ftllows which was read nud adopted Dkar IlnnTiinrN Vour comniitlco upon nnnrtorly ennforenco roconls be learo to submit tlio following riort vIm Wo Imvo otaiuluod all tho records present with tho following re sult Tho Leltclillell Harillnsburg nrnl llew- Â¬ I t Tshtio woll kept In all respeeUoscrpt in tho o iisQ of a ponrillnitcnd of pen and ink Tccommchil leyvlllo records wo found In good condition wpll Kept III nircspcctsnnu wrmen in opium ThO Klhnbcthtown VcCord nhd loL lbto hand 1 aiorfctlon here M i DVVeur iIimv 1 AinmiidiVAK Tllftlifjitr for llioorilcr bTthe lny Iinlng arrived the conTcrciico proCccdea 16 fho election of delegates to llio nnutinl Con fcrcncc nnd to select tho place for tho next meeting which resulted as follows Dclegnfca Dr It II Pusey M D Pum phrV Thos J Molly Hnd Geo I Glasscock Alteninlcs John D Lritscy nnd Thos tcplicnsiiort 133 IDS I C Till 8 2ili 1I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 5 l18 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 well-to-d- o I will give you so much money if lurmer you will work for 1110 this year Tho ynr cortiHto a close and tho employer says I acknowledge that I promised to pay tlmt n Ml 6I1 lit nnd I know1 you ought t hnvc it but llicn IntrtH roor and nrtt nblo to pay it tlicrcforoynll slitrst- bu thunklul for ono third onc iulf or tllffijttrths or it Hrcthrcn would you pronolitlcotlint just Apply Whuld you prtinouiico it holltist he figures to your preitchcrYdhsc nnd sM how it fits consistency O consistency thou nit njowcll but thdti UWollest not with tlioso Metllonists llmt fjtipport the gopel When wo compare the figures 6f lait year with thoso of this year wo find that the ns Missment for tho olein preachers nnd el der is 12 less lltltjrctir thnn it was Inst year npd ifuo coiniinro llio amount paid Ilfst year up Irt tho dato corresponding with tho prfsint fjntcwe will sco that there has been Wlfi iil Icr ptttdthis year thnn laNt We see a fall ofl ii tho asSctishicnt nnd Is n still greater full off In tlio payments it because wo see that tlio preachers got Some inoro thnn thoy needed last year Hutrcmctnberthnt emsfhsii HafUtlmes frbvisiotis have been very high nnd preach ers have to buy u livihg What would buy n living last y6tr will not do it this year Wo hone Voir hhc nken inirticutitr notice aftllo ulnount paid by each member or what it would uo to earn member it t lie amount paid was divided equally a6w wo know thnt sonto membcrf In these charges pay as highas 85U dr to sJfiO oth 10 ers 25 others 20 quite a number 5 apiecq nnd a very largo uibrabcrship Jsow tvb mil Tnnko tho calculation for yourselves how innny members have we in tho Methodist church who do not pny Some wf thesu people lovo the one cent Lord very much with their tongues but they lovo Him 110 nt all with their pock ctbooks and wc will leave it to them to ask the Lord in secret prayer whethei they dn or do not lovo Him with their hearts Their tongues havo been converted but llieir pocketbooks have not been converted John Wesley thought rlirft tvlfcti the foul wns converted the iirttihetbook was converted also Letfishs lovers of tho Lord do otir Whfjlft Uilv with reference to Ji irian This com- fdr raising funds or preachers mitieu would recommend the plan laid down in our most excellent discipline Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T jlj M NMMk pSsHVjKyiv VWsslpFrlssHnl ijp - xastssssv e fclifl on II Do Yoii Want to front Do You Property VOM Want to Buy n Farm InUllh It L NHWSOM f lnllonltII0l no You Want a Nolo or Bill Collected when you itou t know how to do Ityourscir Call on II L NLWMOM Do You Want a Deed Mortgage tract or other urllliigs drawn lip J Cbif Cull on II L NnWSOM Da HEI13ALi LUNG BALSAM This New nlseovory In iHedicnl science Is nnt a patent modlclnr Heltbor is it n curo nll tt Is good only for tlio Is ninmifiicturcil only YouVVantaTownLot Cnll un 11 L iNIIWbOM Do You Do You Want Pittsburg Coal Call on II L NIWSOM Want n Wagon Cnll on It L NKWHOM otnpbitnts Call on It L NKWSOM bytlio projlffitir htinelf and from tho purest luntc islJ lor Jiligh ir You Want to Hire a Horse or a Homo Colds Incipient Ciipsmupllon 4 llhun Jlrun chial nnd Lung Troubles 01 cVcrdcrtHprioii It and Huggy Cnll on It L XKWSOJt Is a Bnfe nnd Ilcltnblo llemcdyt for A dcip iuiled cold nhd ebsttnata cough with thci I wouldrilt iv without most gratifying result WAiwKUru- it In my family fornny money VltKidllor llreckenrblgoNcwsClo ifilirf Ky 0no liottH of your lleibal LiinwDlnlstlth ro- lictcd jro of a icVbr Ihlscry In my broasttbntl hAd iheipicltiitoil nib for work J IIVkr Town Tniti e Clotdsjnirt Ky Ono bottle ofyour Herbal Ltnig IIUlf11t1 cured Sir Henry l Vrgiisnn living with mo of 11 so vcro coagh uMch had nfllletcil lifni lor 11 long Mmt Ih Matt I milt Kuottivlllo Dn tlmo llcs county Ky Ono buttle of your lIciiiTlt Lung llnlsnm cured mo of a cough llrtt nttlhtcil trto for a long time nnd frequently- incapacitated me far wiiriti It Is tho hctmcdicitio I Imvo over known dipt John A WKATliiriiilTTobinsport Perry coup ty Ind Onp bottle of your lUrlnl Lung llnlsnm en- Â¬ tirely efrcd mo of a cough lesultlng Irom mea Â¬ rAsniiiV fJow lies Of thrco years Uninllng Lyonia lluneock cuiitrty Ky tilI can rJoiliineiul yiiir Her- Â¬ bal Lung llilsiiiihllcr testing It in my family r used tis tho bftt rbngfi iiicdlclno I lmvu Mrs Carkik Ciioi K Cloicipurt Ky One bottle of your Herbal Lung llalsnm In- Â¬ stantly rclloicd n sevcro cough thnt had nffllct Ciias 1 JIattimilv cd mo tor somo time Olovcrport Ky hml been afflicted with tcrrlblo enngh for I eight months uttlktitraslonil pulmonary and derived ifierf benefit fioni ono bot Â¬ tle ofyour Herbal Iiting Pnlsam tian all other medicines I hhu tried Vicint C Haul llock Vale Ilrockonrldgo clmnty Kyi T Iiilvo itriarrtluil vmir lterltLl Tnntf ftiltsam fn n very severe easo of bronchial trouble nnd 1 ncitcvo 11 to no nn ck ft answered the pnrpoc lion J Yv Miruion MD ccllcnt medicine lattigrlllc Oliiu county Ky Prepared only by Un V II WHITE Clov Â¬ erport Ky nnd for salo by druggists general y Price Ono llollur per bottle siicciljcd nnd 5b You Want Anything Bought or Sola IHKIli TKSTltlOMUS I haveused ynnrItrbnl Lung Palsam If You Want a Pension Call on It L NINVSOM ice Ice Ice I Do you want to koep Cool Call on It LiNEWfiOM Jrfrl If You Vattt hone of These Things Yon nro Imppy It INKWtOM - i i Come and Buy WACIOXS etc PLOWS ltKApElt5 MOWIIIIS of tho obi reliable and tlmc triiil workinun HENRY J MAY Ehst End of Drltlgc Cloverport Ky Micro you will find the iffit hrticle nl renson nblo prices to suit llio times llorso ihoeing h fpcelully nnd Insured All kinds of Mncliinery repaired and shoii work dono on short notice 11 ii ly ThtJKlfotf YOUTH and MANHOOD or Myears Dont poison nurMslciu wllli Diiifs hut ret litis jiook nun urniu omens Iri Rrrlnlfons rric nun ncu rifeiric lifll Hum Dups wiihii 11 exposes i ucis Address Dox 234 Milwaukee Wis THE PUBLISHER THE DISEASES OF Â¬ S-- TOUT ACUIDETOHEALTH WITH- - MEDICINE - 1 Â¬ lor 1 - iitioii - tvivtHt prom-Inefill- j- -- 1 Â¬ 3crs Chills and Fever I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Regulator soon lire ks tho Chills nud enrrie- - the ll vcr out of tho system It cures when nil other remedies full Simmons Liver formerly Jlutiior a e u wit Km vr v rjt b u tf VnraonHf Vumntlvn mfitn V11v nii Utood and will completely cliangd tho blood In tliaeutlrosrstem In tlino niontlis Anv person who will tako 1 pill each night fiom 1 to tSwn ka iiinyliaretorcllnsnuuil health If suclin tiling bo poslhlo Pontbv mall for 8 liller rtnmp J S JOHSSOX C CO JOoalon Ming Jlfit nn efr luly PreMis hi mi Imenteil Will knllanalrcf tlliK Mnchlnn stockings Willi IlKKIj anil cmnplelo In 20 minutes It will also Inlt great variety or snrr worlc for which there Is always a rcaily market Sm I tot circular ami terms to the Twomlilj JdilttlliK SlnclUiis Cot 410 Washington SU liustun Xw Ton JS For Ufa relief nnd euro of this distrcssin affliction Hko biumioiis Liver llcgiilitur Tho leglntor III piMitliuly cure this tcrrl Wo assert ciuphntlcally what wo blo illse isi know to bo truo Sick Headache sysPepsia RMltl -- 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ I MtU7taLIuIrvUr CTcrrilllti llft IleMors Aiiml rltll fj ti I Hi I I1 III H wliKsitltlil reror s ill 1 li TV itlnttlu lptrtiihJ f nlod JItttr r lnftJl Â¬ Â¬ CONSTIPATION should not bo regardud as a trilling ailment Nntiiro demands tho utmost regularity of tho Nnturo by taking Therefore bowels Simmons Liver Itcgtilitur It Is harmless mild and clfocliiil 1 nlst Hnllvv Â¬ BILIOUSNESS scA Â¬ li Â¬ sioonfuU will relievo nil tho troubles Incident to a bilious stnto smh n Suii DiVilncss llinwMrt3 Distress sifter eating bitter bad taste In the month Ono or two iMili ST B MALARiA Persons may avoid all attacks by occasionally taking a doo of Simmons Liver Regulator to keep the Liter In hoilthy nctinn BAD BREATH generally iirlslng from a dlsbrderrd Stoinnch can ba corrected by taking Simmons Lhor Hegnlitor m y Â¬ 111 1 1111 JAUNDICE Simmons Liver llrgulitor soon cradfcitcs this dlseaso from thS system leaving tho elln clesr nnd frco frorn nil impnritiis iliiRi r llucliu MoiutrlcMllllii6la anUi thclct inctlii iiich laiown aic here com Uncd iiilonntctliciiiQcif Mich arlcd and eltective I ns lo make the Ireatcsl lllood IlmficrSulio cts Beit Health and Strcnnih Restorer Ever Uted Itlinimili ni FIccplcsMicK I lttClltc1Tvpcpi rninyiif Â¬ Â¬ COLIC Cblldrcn suffering with Culio soon oxpetienco relief when Simmons Liver Iti gulator is ad- Â¬ ministered Adults also derive srent benefit from this medicine It Is not unpleasant it Is harmless and effect 0 Purely kcgctublo 1 tjt iuuucn in Lxixciiri BAVIMI lailliB IS 1IUVIM1 I Kittnevs nnd nil 1 einata Couinliiuti Ifkonnte vattios nway villi Consumption or I nny discite ma the Toxic In iliy It will smraly I htlpyoii Jtrmcmbcrl itlsfartupcriurloliiticrs I lateness of iuiKcr nud oilier Tonics as it builds I I iiptliesyslemuiiliout ti iKsieatuig 50c tlct lit all dealers 111 ftnnf Knhc rtnuinc without 8 pndi y r emiiorcuciu Tim DOLLAR E Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 BLADDER arid KIDNEYS Most of tlio disoiisos of tlio bladder origlnnlo fom thojo of tho kidneys restore thu notion of tho Llvir rally nnd both tlio Udncys nnd blad iti will bo restored Â¬ 3YRUP BROilrllOE Imme- - GHLORAL Â¬ ft Tako only tho limiting which always has on tho wrapper tho red Trado murk And Blgoaturo of J lh JSIILIX t CO Kor Iftlo by nil Druggists dialelyj Re il lilllWllVt cn7jy3uJJIw 1 lieves ESTRAY NOTICE 11 1 Â¬ 11 1 Taken up as n stray by Thomas Holder ono Dull about 3i months old unmarked of a brlndlo color witli tylilto spots nil four of his legs white Also a whito simt or star in Ills forohoad nnd vnluodat ten dollnrs by Jackson KUWAKU IATK JPDC JUrluw THE CREAT NERVINE Il July 20 82 Il rrllara Aathuin Inliintlon of tlm Ill art WliiirtiM ira xritrrnlli and llyatrrlra nimllaielj nnt Ilka imnt iminllfs ruiulriug ov frsl hsnrs lnetrleiiei ihlr Unfilrlsl nWu Nnm s iiw for IlllMVNiSN Iko Is Hit iciiieils In painful InltammMnrT tT anj olhsr rienislirslr iihiriii iiuran a bj nulstlnj ilia neiTCs it pro Iiiulnuns hte relli f lroilliilpiMlr Ask Il Is rriiiinioiii li d br Hi- LlyiU ins all on r lha 1 itrrBO IfiilH ovr l cuiuili Irsnsrxl bv XV U AlklkKHIrV Ijhut ISNAI PHSPi your tnusisl1 for n hrarrsrilit or rr STIlJ JIII II suj fvr Citaulsr M NewAdvertisements Oi i rr 1 1 11 Â¬ I fJlJ Wl 1rJ JiNIi NK Cures ScrtfiMU Eryslptlaj Pimples am Face Grubs itfotchct Uoilo Tumors Tetter HumortVSan Hheum Scald Ilea J Cores Mucurlal Diseases Female Woak nesiea and IrrCEUlarltles Ulsslneas Loss cf Appetite Juandlce- - Alfectlons of the Liver Indleestlpn Uillnusrtess BrJ Oyspen Oenfral Uebllity Dlrccilons In clcven1anpns Atrutnrl tlirrtH Klol Siiti1ullttsclitllnll lkiHiil IUI i i ih CieaiMl luonl Iuritil kit linli imcK iooi iiii kj tj io mu f0TER MIlEtjRN L cp pWri OuHfobtN Y Sold lo pigyorpdit by Dr U WHIlit 0 ly i s lint u vfeplalilf and ft ilrlelriloun or ihininma nlistnir n Il la aliaoluuiy ccrlolii tnbrlnirnll kliiilsorwiiri from Ilia litimiin 11 li not iiniisriiilnK hlcin Uif iiiost ctjllunis afoniai h iiiut children will ia It us ns lliey will luuhisl s trrnninwiirl It lo every tinuaeki eiitr lilcliliouIareutsiv- riiranoir pyi a imp iriJi Jf i Ii m v tiu mil uori n il e or ill Hltlaty lliat la ulrntuoi in ui is in f Ill up twii ounce vlala and udj by dealers nt twrnti- - Crfca VEBKEi 3liVI2Wnn Ply X k n it ri iii 1iBi055 yHVriJl r 1 1 - 1 Â¬ l8 tm MjLWm tnoat iow DQMSI FREE RELIABLE SELF CURE nt rlhA tit Id l UIO U Ollrt sVor Maiiliri tnrnt liy fHl rryaboiilft IA II 490 Hutu by W II WJit Ulltrt Ioulwillr Uf Clovcrpurt a CIIOOKKA- CO - Ky 1 juuiin PMilll rcilirl rortliiciirnof Xtrvuum liiblltt imiI JtiHiKl IIVsssVNrswaiiil tirtum Nmi plJussltluviiluiH liruiitlsistauullits OR WAftD CO A ravorlta nfrarrlnlln UU HlVOmwui ti BEATTYSte2stopii PArJus15 ut Rare Holiday Induno mintsj Ready Wrllo ur vull on BsATVY wasnlnrjton N - AJdrAi Uultlini Mo wivwmwmm umm aiwMiammmmBm HERGL1 V 53ipFrai5 JJBaKT llft THE BRECKEHRIDGE Wfr -- t I I lk r -- ll iicrg isjq liq K ncwtlrlli in SluphcnS Nprlnim Arrlitpfit to n IoitUvl Iff Vn luul only nie slmwtr 4ust woiiV hlid MUpbSR IN HAnDIN C2jNTV VnMilir JltHUc Wi f T Jloberls nnd port cotnposcd nf Mr tlittt wnx 011 clccliUH tiny m I J TlicjiVnVeiccniiif ono a weit ftgo j Forking J Hoy will fell n eenornl fc Hnvlnti nm pulling Miller wn a new stdro in tho rifhr Hotel rooms Mr Per lloor in lhttrlicry slnlilot itijjig ihorieiiMlvoi inrihhwni kins fa IlidVbnw making hrrhhncmcnt for ill cnpuriiy lor iiir Iol- - Mill re Indhns in Creel In Mi Hough Irnjudi cbllnlv WKDNlDAY AtolJST lli fWA Vrffl Mllftf idlcoon llio opening Into llio clerk tc Wfsh I lib iicw firm much linn by nniinluiiir Whrlfpr T tlin Ifraf ililV nf Mnholnlinr ruutij uiui iMuwoviiim iiiu uioiiiiui 1110 veni iiui iiuuiiiif 111111 iiniiivu uia umii success inw llarilin small railroad Mllagn nl llm fnmlncrlruck n rnj cnndcd Inlinrliiiit alien Ihtfjwiildrjiloroji Jrop rteTjii fulltiro r Mr Ins t Kksoy took his lillle soni llor to ounlv was tho sccno of Iust fljo load In n murder that was the percussion can dischart l - t fntiHiiilliillrimttnucd it on ntcotiiit of no much ruin V J ni nsi with iiiHitiiiii mi i iiiiiiiii If All jiipfin iiiiiint iiiu iiirccny iriccjic 10 mat prpiiucipnreui ol to his left fool which inniiihcrAw ns Mutt- 11 a ihe rrplraliun nfllie lime paid fur jiorforined on Ids throat which has donii Inwrfishcsa ami crime wnisKr 1110 ilr lorcii ah to iitucsi ur liesion nt ieiitn A culrcrt Isjbclnii built ftcrpsi Popular lilin considerable gnnd It wilt be remom cnmstnticcs ns related to ns by member of wns suiniiMincu 10 nuenu 10 111s injur8lrcetrnt fhe corner of WiillTH uuiuf bcred that this Is tho litfto fellow who drank Ti iivrlluir irrtnl ies which prrtved wcro ns follows lltirkjrlle hmtr Tfroro wni n jjooil connrftynljon out to concentrated lyo soucnilb nio from which thr coroners jury is n dniBory ht ldisl pulnion hud to He to bj so sovMrelhat aiij f L A Vnlr It seems that thero fesmffit ldnnd llio hr 111 1111 1 Tin he has not entirely redbvdrcd Jhteelln Aycitt and licSlHrolinmii6n Snndftj r eitltrliivilirirlicd Vlow kept by n man named Adams nnd It was severed about halfway bctwcXh Ihr Win epommr was lisod ns a placo to dlslrlbuto fchrtMnk ankle and klieo W Mcrtonof 6swegh N Y Knives nnd Torks nro 16Jjo ilispenseil with Mr ut llio cenluiinlul celebration writes My Ivlfg has been restored to feet ky In tho interest of cerlhln of llio candi iiall IilCHu lliu Amnion dates for coiiiityicltlcr0 to worsn men In I1I11I striMigtli IMBUHONVIi ViircnAV ujciSwecnAV tVuidcivXv AMn FRlnLiiNui T e Lffltlnlercsis of nil iiumnutly dcferlh There were nbout loOO votes polled In feet health from Indigestion Shu shlrerctl ordcrto Rciiliro heir voles for tho parties many years complicated on trio knod health nf our women fofit lliscolinty nt lliu late election Murray Pierce Is qulto IcW 1 never iniv at whoso expense tho poisonous liquid was with fcinnlo Irreulnrllics Tho 4th 5th 6th 7th and 8th Days of Soplombor 1882 hcrjlips so red nnd her cheeks so rosy for dealt out Among thoso who did not value WfeliihuT best friend for relieving the pnln rrcsitllht Arthur wll nnt yNIt tho Tu Judge WHkerson U In town their vGlcs above a few drinks of whisky fill wenknehse with which so mnny hro D 8priliS4llliTjVcMonfacxi3ectoiir A VcSta Ilrowns Ifoh liillcrs did It Mr Alex Miller win licre TncidnV was p Worthless but inofTcnslvo fellow afiliclcdand ns a general fnniily tnedirino vi1I biwluvotctl to im Ic Â¬ rondsiy iinil ViliNiluy until fl oVlock Johnny Allen tho portrait nrtlst from ptidicd Jnko Martin who bechliib very for warding nirbilioii ntlacks nnilMpuiiiig Ilro when ton licineniber McMillan Bunk Wiols win In tut h Suiidnyi Xn ntriii will he Owunsboro now visiting bur town nnd tho drunk As tho shades of nr lit drew near sloinselvllver nnd kidney complamtii Is ing EntriiHiind arranging tlio hhhh for cxliiliition want n nice pair of boots or shoos Spring brings w excellent crayon tho drunken noisy crown dispersed to their Ilrowns Iron llljtfrs fC cdninirsjnt niadi for any articlu rceeived at the gates alkr Tuc day dipt 11 1 ltoyd f Ltililnvlllo nil In town oolocfc pm Tliorowns n heavy rain nil nrohhll Har Tar TrMy portraits 0110 each of Hick Wills clerk of several homes until the only ones left were such lifoivllrj properties as nro needed in All Stock must he on the grounds lv II oeloelc am on Vedndii Ilgiitfdbt of runlnvlllc was Ih dinsbiirg Inst Suiidiiy None here tho Cloverport Hotel and Henry Tcmplo Dr J 1 candidnto for fcmalo diselfscs nnd Is superior to nil other Mnrlin John ThftyHian n All purrtons initlcing citries are retjuested to present them to the riib Tell City fair begins Tnesday Sop llio work speaks well ot Mr Allen ns an constable in ihM district nnd 0 11 Orecn propnratfans as a truo medicinal tonic fnr town Monday Icnibor 12 nnd c6htlntifcs fbhr dhja nrlis nnd nil dcslri ng wurK of llio kind of Klinbelhtbwii who was thero In tho giving health strength nnd vigor to every Secretary in writintr with their post ollico iiddre- Mff Joo 0 iluycolhti of Home Ind wni In rt 1141 tviihhl Uo ftbfl to giro him nfi crilcr while Interest of li enndidnfb nf his town If ou nro weuk ncrvdis All pari nf tlio body iluv J S Scbric jircKclied Ih tHo Klin town last week 1or lTemiuin Mts anil ottier tplififnation apt lv to either of thii with us thrcoi 6f tlfeso pnrtius IdftjAdams together nnd dchililntctf or suffering from djancpsiii Htrect MethoUt chhrcli Slindny lilijtlt nnderHigiitd Y rrnlie nml Cnpt A J Grot l wenttb Mr Ilrowns Ironllitters will surely euro you lnsn fr In Jho direction of the railroad Wv regret that ive aro nbout Inulavllle Suinliiy V IrofHiiKan wna in town lust wiirklook John K Keith who lias secured to interest SKturdiiv innrnini thn dead hoOVrit Nfr- I Toi irAS Vice President- John J nn Mr Amtct Oclto nnd wife lkVb gono tb irtg up tho interests of tho HijIiSchodl IlitliUle Curnl ih thollendprson Marble Works and will tin was found near tho railroad track liN Secieiiiry CiiAitM MrtTiv Treastim C S loltchflctd on a visit Mr Jnmes Sharon of Ilnwesvtlle Kv Witts Idcnst jjrovo on tho brow of llio leave in n day or two lor his new home head showing every evidence of foul piny jYliiolrl l ttio giicit hill U 0 ne 6 f tliopliasnhicjJtiilkcc1 Ih town acquisi The skull was frncturcu hnd when found writes ihnt his son nfler having been uf Up will noLouljr prove a vnlunblo MU Ilcttlc llnyd of llio body was stiff nnd cold the murder llictcd for n long timo with phthisic was tion to llib hrm in which ho takes member i the Misses Murray Tho democrats of HnrdinsburK fought ship but will give In Ilcndfrsonn wide havinj evidently been perpetrated In llio happily reliovfcd by thn use of one bottle Mr Win Alexander hail a light nttnek of gnllnritly nnd nobly and all honor Is dhu awake intelligent nnil progressive cillsrn earlier part of tho preceding night An nf Dr W 11 Whiles Herbal Lung tinhaty bilious foicr laJt wick them Wo wish him unbounded thecoss in his new inquest wns held the foregoing fuels elic- Manufactured iyVH White Cloverport Cnnnclton Ind la Mia Illnnclio Combs of tho Ky nnu for sKlo hy druggists gpncrally ited Tom McUarys Hyrd has floton Ho now yjjijturp nnd nil prosperity in hii view urrcA nnd a warrant was issued for Visiting Ml4 Miito lvny of Thurmnu and flreen on tho chfeygV ccfisolei himself by rciiflilig tho Sunny home lrfecilciit Klocuiioiij XI ITII of murder Tlftrhinn wlownson the u Mr Hob Allen tho newly elected shdrlffbf Sblith Headache in most cases procomls from a ground nt the beginhing of the inquest when All who desire n thorough coursq of In Ilntituck was up rjiunlny strfeclion nt very modernto rnles in Irnc Tho Cincinnati CoofiernRO Cbinpany have torpid liver nnd Inlpuj llios of tlio slomnch llo discovered tlio drift of tho testimony t Mr S Drabolle wlfo nnd clillll of Owens on hnnd in this county tiho million nnd u It can invariably be curril fiytnRlfs Siml quietly disappeared Ho wis in Tcitch Jicnl Klocutinn in regard to ConverFnllon OK THK SOIU MAXUFACTLUKIIS CKLKIMATHl IIIJANDS born aro nt tho Tar Spring thrbiigh the Dxprcssfvp Readme or Public Delivery halfOf mines licld Sundav niiilit mons Liver Hcifulator het nil who sufYnr poiitlicru portion ofund missed Isrocovorlng from a UN WILL S HAYS SPECKLEn TROUT HALF SPANISH AND BULL OF Mr Samuel Hnvlobs this county Monday should cnll on ornilutcss jlio undcrslgneil Mr John E Keith has nunih tilaccd ns Vcifeeiiibe that sick nnd nervous headaches of Thn attention nnd corrcinotidenci lous nttick of u weeks duration THE WOODS jwuiisuuru liuiiiK in luu iirceiiiin ui under obligations this timo fur n bucket of n teachers uro earnestly solicited Address enn bo prevented by Inking n dose as soon Green was nrrcsted nt Lliabclhtown Sun Mr J II Cooper and wlfo of Iotilsv llle rtro line tomatoes A1S0 H K 1HKK JN- --Visiting relatives at lliirdinsbiirg illlir as their symptoms jindicato the coming of davl but on tho examining trial whioh Stephcnsporl Ky viigTlifeYdehyrliprebclng rttlo Nellio Jregory who has been quite an nttnek occuirJlho C Is tho guest Mr It A Dnncin of Oweneboro TobXcc6s sick with choloru iulautuih for two weeks no evidence against hiife lev und tho fuel of his uncle Copt I V Duncan t3iifetioiishiver5HcgulBlpr is n very that he hftd Injcn Hceti in company wilh IiiiiirnVrniciit fnr 111 ml mill Uod is netting well Thc7o is feiorOjStrpngtli reslorlng power Mr Charley lewlsfCirirullton Is the guest SKllhbleremedy for fcisp6psh sick head Murtitrnml Thurmnn tho evening of the Mr Frank Rhodes nnd Mr Henry Dean of 1 J T Owen and J 1 IJeftfs 11 Tho jn n bottle of Parker j Ginger Tohic linn II MlVKII i ii ii iK MS we o eletted magistrates in the Forks of ache torpid i v crco h s t i pfclti 0 n piles and murder he wns honorably discharged case was exceedingly strorig against Thur- Â¬ in n bushels of malt or 11 gallon of mfik Late fcf Bfitf boror Hloorc Oo Lata of Blhwauacher Lata with Bamberger Bloom It Co Miyer r tMlssPtto llrownof Kanslllc Imt IsSis UmiglriHstrlctJ such like disLKsos 8 W Hoit ii A nn nppctier blood purifier nnd kidney Â¬ mnn who according to tho sworn stateStlnj her cousin Mrs James llradloy Prcsiilent S W UJt Cpjf Oa Hnilroiid oflicluls are rather rcliccrtt blit O ment of Adams nnd others returned to cotrcctor thoro is nothing like il nnd InID Mrs T I lcae of Colorado Is lltlnghcr there is something movements ih in their Adams deadfall Friday night and boast valids cotiprquently find it a wonderful in --Mrs rmn llrynnt at Illtcs Hun ulster A triplemurder vigornnt lor mind and body Commercial dicating n boom ed of hnving hit Martin and left him Mr Henry DcIllistbntiiiKcrnftlii Cincinnati lying in the road Thurinnn is Mill nt The firm of Drury V Taylor Uenlcyville Fail 11 it ul IUkl Cooporago Company has gono tolllinpo Aloxnuilor tVlcbor UN AVIfc and a go has dissolved and WIlOIlIsAIi LADIES X IITKTs TnjlJr hhs 6peircl 11 An ngrccable dressing for the hnir that i iiir iiMi nan jiiurtiorca ill Is tin n Mrs Win Illdcr of Ilardlnsburg iseiiN ui leNnlurdu will stop its falling has been long snught utore nt Ho ictta Tlio TAto Toll ii V llavncN friends at Derby Ind Visit to reindict and murin The Uninbow l6ok on n lot of lumber 9 tast week Wo briefly recorded the death for Parkers Hair lUlsam distinguished Special toTiiK llmfcVkfciDbtt Kkws Misses Mule and M little and Mastor Edgar hogsheads of tobacco one mulo and a cow KvANsvirirlM Augll Atun early of this estlinablff young kinsman which oc- for its pilrity fully supplies this want Lewis of Lung Lick 1r rcIli town Saturday nt this port Sunday hour this fncVfefni a rumor Luined currencv curred Monday morning tho 7th instant A Cough Cold or bore Throat should In Noff 7ti Ma Slrcet Mr latrlckfJllohlina wife of Ilardlnsburg Ho sufTering with There are twenty teams engaged daily iri n the strectsthat nn entire family named most had been nflliction for mouthshis harda stopped Neglect frequently results in nn cro on a visit to rclntlcs In Kinnsvllle Ind but boro beds painful hauling lumber to lowlf ffrni thc seYeruT wiebcr had been murilcred in their the preceding nigotf noVrcing n strcct Car Jot witji the courage of a hero and Ihe for Incurable Lung Disease or Consumption Mr M T TaggcrtTonto agent of tho Ad mills in1 tho tountry Several months be BROWNS BRONCHIAL TROCHES docs Company was in town Saturday nbout J oclock your correspondent visited titude of n Christian lins icpres Miller ic Lightfoot passed through town the reported scene ofthe triploJragedy nnd fore his Aeceasorlio sougfet und found com not disorder tho stomach like cough syrups of Decatur Mrs 1 C Cloyd and children Moiidnv wilil a lino drove of sheep for pnr fortnnd pence whcropnfy true comfort und found the rumor tnply too well lounded III aro Waiting her sister Mrs 11 It licreo ties IninMende county Tho unfortunate victims wero Germans and lasting pcaco aro to liffound and was im nndbftljsajpf but act directly on tho Â¬ Mr John T Sliifch nnd MY J M Jutthson lived nt tho corneYof St Joseph nnd Cnnnl mersed into tho fellowship of tho HaptNt flamed parts allaj ing irritation give reThu personal effects of Mrs Sarah M lief in Asthma Bronchitis Counhs Ca of Ilirdsvlllc wcro at the lluvcrpurt Hotel last 1 rom Hint amptou Here we found nn excited crowd cliurcuby Jlrothcr Drhry dtyiliVcd will be sold nt public sale streets week through which we passed and entered the day until thefend he wns prepared for death tarrh nnd tho Throat Troubles which on Saturday Scpfefiber i McMillan went to Louisville Sun house only to look unon the most Hliockinir and oxullingly as iprled that ho would not Singers and Public Speakers are subject Mr J McMillan k Hro will opeh exchaugo his present condition knowing to For thirty jcars Itiowns llroiicliial day to piirchaia a stdck of IciitniY hl shoo beheld iteuo we fundings shop in tho room lately occupied by Isaac Side by fcidrt upon a bed wcro tho bodies that he was 011 the bed of death for tho ro- Â¬ Troches hnvo been recommended by physiMiller deceased as asilouu of Mr Alex Wieber and his wife the for- bust health nud unconverted state of a 3 car cians nnd hfeVo felwajs given ipVrfcct satisTIou J 1 1owm vice president of tho I Having been tested by wide nnd faction mer with his head cleft by tho biowof n ng L X Toxas ltailwiy left hero Sunday for St Mrs Djck Cilmp will pleisc accopt our ffe i nr He w as born feenr Hard insburg on theltfth constant uso for nearly mi entire gene- and New York Agficulliifal and thinks for n nminliuoiit beet the largest hatchet front his hroatiiiL from fnV ultnliipil ivoll mnriled rank sido ofAhotcft wfes tho body of June 18j feud was married to Miss rntlon ihov bain On tho Miss Hither llronn of Cloverport ft visiting one wo have seen ihis SclH6h among tho few stnplc remedies of thu ngo of MTsvViebei7Mth wee bruises on her Jisaii iVhVry pf Rock port Indiana on the Ow MNs Iiniicno Courtney fourth street iti Marion Dean while running fiom Fishers face fie tr tho nose ono on her forehead all Slrd of DecemocS- - VS1H who survives Tiiife bold nt Ji cents n lm evert where ensboro iutl coruer to the stable Inst Saturday fell und evidently made with tho poll of 1 hafehot An Hint the anectiountcFoircitud of lie My Amfwife of Ft Louis Mo Mr IV ink biuko thu cap of his right elbow and nor throat likewise severed froife car lo voted brouicrs and sistersmid lovjngfricnd Kro paying a vflt tn his wires father Mr V thfe sidc nf the bed could Vnnpass wns dono to surround his Dr IL h ovsoiri Is tthring awny llio ear On tho floor by Duiicl nt lliirdliisbur with FOR CONGRESS blood nfeS sootho his alls dying bcd shedromri nttaihud to his Rtore house It wcroreat poolst of tho crimson evidences pleasantnessund Ho pascd last hours peace away ut wordBftffehhcd wilh Ml Ida Harnett a very InVreilLig and In lOllllll NCIMi wiil hu replaced with a new brick olhcc M Wcnru nuthiirituJ In nunminco Dr ol llio foulest crime that wiib ever perpetrat- Â¬ with nil thu world and in n full assurance MlUent yniiii I idy of Scufllctuwn spent last r lliitlltt coiinly ns a 11111II1I11I0 fur IIOIIIN tcek at tho fir Springs Death camu to Any one wishingto 6 fey n good Tobacco ed in this cily Jinssing from his room in ofublcsjcd Iifemfertfeliiy Cungrcsn In tll tbc riyirtn CnnKrcitilun il 11 Warehouse may find something to anil him to llio kitchen near tho door wo looked him as a release trom earthly ills and the tricl trttifc Mr J 0 llclster and wife and Mr Chas ti Ihn niliun nf tlio ilciiiucnitic After life iijinn thn most pitiful sight of nil Wilh beginning of efcrnul joy Uiirhiui of lUrllimhurg wont to Louisville by applying to Taj lor Beard nt Hardins Sovcinlicr Ilcctlun MiHl pirly his head henr llio stove and his body rest- fitful fever ho sleeps well o- jjndnv n thu It ijnbnu burg We nro niilhorUnl In nnnnunro IIiin THOS ing iu a greu pool of blood wan little six The masonic fraternity ofhlch ho was Miss Clll Owen leivca tu diy for C irrollton Tho steatiicr Dick Johnson will iftnkc ftfi jca6l Frank his nkull crushed in and nn earnest and zealous mmiilier conducted A H0ltrlt lSOX uf Iarnu cniint n n on Tlio Alnnigirs have made arrangements not onlv to furnish hero sho Mill r oiii i In a few weeks prut tons to excursion trip to Wwimlotte civo noxt Ins iitllo head of black curlv hftir nfiuost his funeral and tenderly laid hi in uwny iu illilitu fnr ttinxro In thU tlio lmirtli unrcs nir iiiiiiriuro mr virguin flnnnl DUtrii t ulcit to tho nrtlon nf llio Saturday The faro lOr the round trip is severed frtffftithC bidy ihn beautiful cemetery rMjL hQRupposi f 9 hasMjecn ilimocrstio pnrty Nuvciuliur llloothin lhS2 Mr Jiinialo Fisher of Louisvilh 0ftY of Vhurdcr hnd The llgo nf which ho vvn T I big jollificn 1ion isjlnntjltlu woVS who RnwTvvhatwn passed the following resolutions n member We nro niithoriol In nnumincv lluv I tit homo for tho put two weoks fisUingihls aroiiSedjlSo Jittlojellow Sf Voapect TIio yoifeV democrats had a rfrftlicr Mrs Ainiftla ITslierlr MAIiKIill uf OhliiV iiinlj lis A ciiftilhlnto fir t ion hen 0 Thursday nighlof last week hum it uii aim ciiuoiivoreu 10 luaKa ins es- - to his incmoty HrU iiKA to YAViite in every jiroper way for the amusement aiul enter- V capCutmt was overtaken at tho 66V9V door i WAfAkas It has pleased the SuKreino run3rci In thin tho Fuurlli Congrinlniinl III Dr J W MoidorOof Ohio county was In He it siid to their pralso there was fo winstrict vllijoit In tlio ilcrllnil nf Iho iliincH ratio Wlrn Sunday1 The Dortor says there ft plenty kvj tertaiiiiiient of giiets Ample aecoiiunoilations u of thcTrrchen nnd thero slaughtered Architect t call froth labor to eternal re pnrly iiiit Nnvcuilior IMntion IKSi uf fine timber In the wuods yet At this hourj f oclock p m the excitefreshment our beloved brother John W Preininnih for all kirtils of fetoek Ilro Ininptnn mndc some very touching ment is very intense iri the vtciiMty nf this Hnynea a member Mrs MziioJ UmlwiToand il slighter Litof this Lodgo whoso and feeling remark At the funeral of the honible crime Uit VcrV faint if nny death occurred August 7 IRS therefore be tle hnd Iliilip AxtoMW flora III wcro tho gm sts of thctr aunt Mrs Hoo Oregory last stranger who dfci fet the CJovcrport Hotel clew has been discivered by tlio police it -lust weolr ueigliDiVrXrif llio murdered lamily Two men wirk llesaked Jly Cloverport Lodco No 1113 RACES RUNNINfi A SI that in tho death of onrhrother l Tho Sunday schools of this towft Are havo been nrrcstcii on suspicion nn llio F Liilllo llcno fin returned home from h iilcismt visit to Ulltiibothtuwn and llodgens- - now nil held in tho inorniughe McihnuiHts boots of ono fresh blood hnving been din this lode luHlo3t n cilons nnd fiiililiil llle accoujpinicd by her cousin Miss Mary having recently changed thefrs frum evciV covered and llio oilier having boasted that inetAbcr Vfhd lived tTio order and Its nvn vi 111 ho could toll right smart nbout ihe affair Vbiyd ing to morning Thin oM nml cilahllrhod Inntitiitln upens if ho wanted to Tlicso arrests ocVaVicd 2 That jyo commend Wo Aiaticncc ind It It Pitne iai Vn smferTngfor lrosldcnt np Aj brs AguotJufe isnpuroly vojfetable early this luoriiiug nnd wo have fust learn fortitude with which bo horo fnciilly nml rntMT tho pnln oTnis full Miimiivin Pri Tililitlim Full Contingent IfApst wick ullh necro spell of cramp colic 10 cmiree of stiil v powerffti ed tlint fotr6nier phrlics have It is going tho rounds In Quality Corner as hitter ami a inifeeriA Wnlc frco from qui been plnred undersuspecfed Thousands of terrible disease 1 SHiiiirrtfnulfM nfAriwyjf ttml v ij ThaQVo tender nnrHjrmpnthiciv to the fco55 llmilnl menni mlmtllnt arrest s6tVlAfec6 fend always n iiuall men 0 0f y free lnrnijilliil j 37131 nine or nny peonlo now block the streets nt the scene mcrhhoVs Of Ifamily nnd especially liU roninn A Good ILmd of ric le mis K en engagtd for the oeoiiMnn- uiIIpso iimnu rnrroi hint iiiwuriny cures tho severest cases A ti 1PP if touiWM6rriVed yester Mr of Jhis terrible Srinle and threats of lynch devoted sisjers to whom ho was alwnys n nppliointn For nirticuliir mlilroi day and with his wlfo wjll spend soxral days jiiin iiij iiu BUKiiryirupurucs unucr nrrcsi nro kind and Irtvlnp brother if uiiviilil UJiuuicilbG ut iiu 14 vji IroilJontOllUATTl ILD DinvlllcKy Alx lsitlui rolitltcs nni friends here and Robins freely induledin fend ToYasIl J within tho next sixty days Tho eutiro nolleo foren t Tho church to which ho belonged has port Ind of ijio city isnif tho alert prepared for any lost n membor to which ho would havo been nnd dont jou forget no gas SAMUEL HOVIOUS President BEN MILLER Vice Prasitlent Mrs Maggie King and Mrs Mary Hooper thing that may transpire K G S II about tins but solid fact n support nnd pillar hnd no lived of New Albany Ind and Mr Reuben Miller J B BUZBY and J R JOHNSON Secretary 5 Tho secretary is directed to hnread TI16 Presbyterians aro holding n big ot Major Jas nf Qalcua Ind aro tho guests Struck by Ilrlitnliir k theio resolutions ou the record of tho lodgo meeting out nt freedom ctfirth si miles A STEAM SASH SAW MILL T Miller and family Yesterday morningnt ten oclock during nnd to furnish a copy to the friend of pur south of Hnrdiiisburg conducted by Hcv thd prevalence of and nil not onnnry fixture tuKothor vrith q Mr a thunder storm a bot urotner ami to i nt unicKKMiiiiQi Nrvva lldeen II Hayncs of acruiantown Ciabtree HooIj and others htlicr of Mr J V Hayncs deceased and Mr 01 niitiiiiig struck Urcgori Wnrehouso nt wun n request mat iney uo putiiisiicil i Dun Smith of larfield wcro In town last wook Some young ladies presented a very tho upper lovee Inflicting considerable J I Oiinjoiivl ntfending the funeral of Mr Hnyntshandbomo wreath of flowers for tho colliu damago on the building nud giving a narJ C ltinuo i Committee ofthotrangcr apt Silton whodjedat row escape for life to SlisrsJtihn Gregory Tho following ynong Jaalcs and gentlemen J A Muiikay 3 nn liia cnritnMiiR Woro Ihnii TlircVrri nf sr nnd Gcorgo flregory H10 former lliVoll 010 on tho drey Jingle Monday night for tho the hotel Inst Thursday night gnmnilln Iho town nf Cloicnij Jift was seated in db6r 6f fK Wyandotte Cnvo M laics Sallh M n tthows Mar wnrehouso Tho nentli of cApl if llo Nltloii whole nr nirt SiM nrnpiriy M heller knuwii 1 After tho 10th of September I will bo in And was knocWd insdnsiblfeUio by Hie idNerlKla nlo JaMne Kato Ilabbage and Mrs Anderson bolt dapt Tndiniw Sltton of Pilchers na belonging lo tTiotftV J II lllytlle UoM Cloverport on tho tth Monday of ench the and Thoa if this city J I MIS IIAIIIHV njijilj to Mers Trunk Sillier IitiiuuilIicriglttJiUajaC his liemLLeiiig Point iifnr Inhe ProvidencoIonislnna month and remain fe Wck only Htint of Cannollon Ind Johnny Alton Do Li singed ns though by fire Tho bolt struck died at tho Cloverport Hold in this cily J I IUTKS Vif Owensboru John Xovlanaud Lannla Smith thn comb of thohousn nt thd gnbloTacing1 last Friday morning nt l oclock Ho nr M t tills city llio river nnd divided pnojiorjiqn prostrnt the mire Willio liaughurty n thirteen jear old rivedjioro on his way to tho Tar Springs VLItflrrnr- - - n i Thero was a very pleasant ptrly gathcrod it piloted his fnthiirs tug bout up from Tell ting Mr Johtj Grgorynastatcd n tho scokini relief from udisnjio whioh proved y io K1r no In for llelr lMHfHF hloH tho rcsldenco of Dr J TT Owca last Friday City to this place last Sunday bnnt umouiai wlmhavo jbeen bininU lie had iiiui r i j 11 uii niiiiBiriKiii uiocusi ITCG iifeinatiiiely fainl sastriim nnd wns nn eRECKENHIDGE CIRCUIT COURT t SiJC hlfiht which waJ aKrocnblyontertalned by tlio with lumn eitoon yqnr old boy cngmrtjr nt tholcdo dVlhe siddivfelk iu front of the WSti MIOIIAIII HmWo Id rtuf jnnj erectafrom il ulftrln nf MJ icuri VL TUMr Hi U Vocecd farther on his 4oWriiy MIMiBIViAJinrV f1 -V ttud not iiy fi The ovcnlng was liaised In liost and hostess nuur iiKuiiiKi which ir ucorgc uregory He was accmnpaiiied by a jounu coiitfo l J Q VJ lb M luuslo singing aqdnn Inlcrcliango of friendly for II irmo a Onedf Mr TFSatterfields cows iir6bed was leaning His injury appears to bo man Mr McCmc tho only ucijuuinanco IHIVJMl 1IA11DIKPc- - I It U by njiWIiit It rureaod clean and f rM greetings tfiiro wgro present Mrs Williams fine twin bull cnlvcs on the morning of thu about tho groin uhd ho wris rapidly recov linvlncphilina iiKlnt llio of coo iliun nB near hi in Heufflo robnrg Ind Miss Ida Harnett of clecliofe which Master Jimmy promptly tilcii of Jlrtfcfll Iliinlln nml IMIjuh llnr ering from its effecjg when our rtortcr Althnuuhnstrnncer dying in a strnngo town Mossrs lajtlo and McOlll of Ouons iirmlueo tliem After the contorting candidates for left tho sccno Mr John Gregorys caso land at the supremo moment the common din JeoilTiro heroliy notlflod to Commiiiioner Misses iinmeu fmrii Mr Chas Lewis of arrollton Lofnro tho iimlortlsnoil Matter Miller nnd Jolly Is moro serious ho not having recovered t lief for HmollllllCH olU orc impulse of sympathetic huiiMiiiiy found uf tho Drokiinrhlj IMriujt tourti jiruncrly i Llulo and Mutllo Lewis nnd Miss Cilia Owen county clerk Vjf Long Lick and Mr Jas T Sklllmnn and On to Dr W U Whitos for Mm Free cntifMiojVfilOSft ntlljo imo wn went to press him friends who soothed nrfbcst hVy jiroven oaor Lefnro tho wHe and Miss Salllo MooVulan of this city mtfnt Alfio Xaddnnl Dyes For brightness DrslJrowii arid Owen considered him In n could his last bonis nud frluueTl llio dreary YUISX DAY OlSUlTHMIIIIIt NIIXT fend durability of color nrd uneitunlcd criticnl condition JJ9II1 nro tigcd gcntle lriKeHncsi of his sltunlidn with tho silver lvn under in v liunil in Oiiiiiinlagliuior of BREVITIES lining of liuinan cuihpiisslon Directions in inon nnd brothers Color frbm 2 16 3 pounds Fair wo enlil oiurt thin Jml iluj of Auut Ihhl LOCAL Hnglish and GerWiui men strewed llnwcrs ou his blcr nnd wcil Frico 15 cents V II II lllliniiK 91711717 ull Jt tllm Julia 1 TavU over tho fnto of llio lonely far Wheat 85 to 90 cts Mr Dales Washington nnd wlfo will glvo lo hot leLtho movoment lo erect H inon from homo and chlldreh and Stronger vvlio BRECKENRIDGECIRCUIT COURT friends Mr Henry Washington a birthday party at nment to the Into Mrs Julia A Jcvls delay will never erect his returning footsteps a For fjilg Jby A U Flilier Cloverport Ky 1icnics nro not so numorous JtllJ2llflrtV8j Allien Tj WM llitir icsidcnco near Uuwleyvillu noxt Thurs Any longer It ought to br-- dnnovVitniriUii ton aim a widower with ivi Cnitnin SucUllng mules nro In domnnd nu ju is all tho talk In tho neigh night tanioiy nnd promptness If every homoibnt litllo motherless children und nliout fnrlv day It 1 i n tiii iiviii lllirVf- o iri borhood rind will no doubt bb n gVfeni Al hns been hrlghlcned und blesseil dlVcctly or ycnr8ofnao lie wasA nriho Tl 11 perfiiniihiivlnpjilnliua ngjint tho Of Thero mo severnl bad cqMx in town A romhTnnllon of Pro indirectly Uy the infliicnco of hls gifted llnrdist church nnil a Frco iltt IlllIU of hlnh fa ir hrru- Mason tnto nf WiiiiAnduriinilieaoilrci Itojrtilrof rmiiVrtlWat Christian Veachrr would send a contrlbutiqn Oo to J h Millers fdt Sorgo Mills I Jlarl mill Iliotpltoru Tho iiicmhorR of tiu oiilur liora liy nutineaitn iirinuiom noioro mo inlneraln In decree Olovcr haWilVoa lumber liko a dry A monilmuu1rorildsooiibttplncpij Mr la tmlalablt Jotm Hie loiAinlloiUr nr thd llrcoVoilri1 nboro Haw to lila crt ill fiirt audi cUiiiliiLteilhhii ed Watermelon festivals nro now In order goods mprchaptdoes silk ioniu of our IVcr sleeping dah at Slmlhyvllle onlit prriHiriilliill of Iron irnttflrlv miv nit hnir luhttn lli IMrAtlt l Kvilmt iiilenncnt in llio UenritUul cemetery overUnit tiol lilnrkvn Ihn somo him For Tin nnd Iron Hoofing go 6 J L lumber miiii caIi get benefit ideas from Thd would bo worthy of tho bolovod dend that looking our little city FJiWT iAY oksiiiimiiiu nkxt rrlhid thnrtlrrlnllr of to them that would boof grefet tllirr Iron ttreiMirntlan would bo a credit to the llUhg beneficiaries Miller Uren under mv Imndina ommtailnncr of - i handling tolls when you put it on the of her tnll In nir ircuit mm in nn tiririmo ol inorouiru nn luilTKIls I HON JtHIitl Accident lo u YoiiHi Iilll IoJ hero bo no thpught of fail mid cOnit this 2ml illy if AmiiiI W1 ilicriiulu ilnl Iwcntx Bill lUiniui P cviirai flyojtirlu inwllclnf iiro nirer iimnu Iimilimiiz n flylMfLAltf limn mlIln nml at ltn Irish potatoes aro Ml at 10 ceiUS IW mnrket Urn anil no farther lUlAy in his matter InmnynaMnr Norvoui rroitriilon I mum v inoKioiiaaooa tlio fith Instntit Mia 9nturdaynflerrtoon it iiriiiiirtuiipnuaiuu IiukIicI hnTBrlihLiI Condition of iho blooO tlila iicrlif rcnuul li is in in v i3iitiiiii MiiiiL nuiiHriii cures Tho any friends of Miia lllia IIurKs Sufilclcnt is now fcoldclrd to insure thai n Marl1 Crawlord aged lilnctcen daiichlcr batlleU oino of uur inol rnuncnl i it tli lan bavt I Mid to till ureal uinl Im ocunnr- Halt Infjii null compound able rcmidjr 1 prcterltHi II In prererunro intiiylr itrtiimraUoii luado daughter of Mrs Minor of Holt will bo monunicjit will ecrlnlnly bo erected yet n of Mr Wesloy Crawford fanner renidliiK BREKtNRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT Tho weather was perfectly lellRhtful t lU imiitiri hash hm ui 111 lUuTiaa llio- TONIO i neeiMlly In my iin u delighted to hear that sho has greatly im RSvV fittudrtd dmllnrs ifi still ncoded to com alro Inst week SIOI Vli AVcnno Arnllo Irpm MilhVnnd In Irajsnn J II 1HYMIllK Ailmr BtIIvitI Mii Kov ill proved hnvhiebconcpnllncd to tho houso ideto ihqsuniiroqulrcd Lolnvery former eodrfiy rtido Into tho vlllitid idr tho mail vk KOTICl Itplvri rotor In Ihf bloml For a nlco neat fit In shoes go to MuMil Idr 8dVenMmtiiithB5aurcd by falling from pupil of Sclcnco Hill and all friends of ltalurit healthful tono I THO 5 T HAY 1 Oilier Tho animal aha rddo wii old nnd iicntlo Ian A Ilro Iho itltratlvtt organ nnd dciir Mrs Tovin who read this respond at Ohtalnliii llio letters and pa pern for tho ImvlilR ililm iWiilmt Iho cJ- U a linrVinidbkyt m onco lloinitto Da whl I q fol ks nl n t M pcMUfriyi doy fMr family aho titricd id rotufn liuino ami wim 4fflWJ WUIK rfby VI vppuwtW Will A or1i riiHldawns1ent up lo County to bring them neforo iiiiderflKaed Mlso KslviA Owin Treasurer rcadlnit a loiter sho had received Wheth liotliicd Cmniiilxloaei of IIiVj lljlihilirldKO CIorkMillcrnoydnntthi8inundMransur H III InilMlnn of Hl Sr K Mutter tlr Sholbyvillo Ky er the horse Mtumbled ami cnimcd her lo rult CVitrt HpcrlJf jirnrrn on oj bVfiro fcj loirm ami Imiiolfncfl Thirn Is ablg mooting In progrcis oVU nt iromtiiu piaco nsKing mo nppniniinenr nt y Other paper pleAfci copy MAIN STSTLOUISv rail or hecamo frlliloned jutupud lo ono MANbfiblUrEOBYTHEDR HARTER N1EDICINB C02I3N T 0 Triisoy n HI4 deputy horo Mr Mils Ooshon church rhtsr DAY or KrTiMiuii m r ler rould not nHkf A Vcttcr or mtiro dcsery Vnntlirr Iutiil tcclditilt 111 firiljaon side nnd throw her will never ho known till on under my hand nl CbiiiiiiUJluncr uf Snuiro Dyer has moved htaodico Into tho Ing uptdinmcn thoucli lli iirohahility polnis to Iho Iriltftr tloiiuiy iml V4rt till iildd ly of AlUUft IK1J old Fisher 101 ucr whoa iho rtillnloJ V UIIAII1IAUH MUIIOili Wo learn that on Thursday hist nBar us under Ui belli- -Wasfonndj tho saddlo nlh NAturnlty iUIo invalids rro ttrenlly Im- vVas At nny and brpknu -- fl J i i A For Ivy pblsoning citrio ncld Is iln effect proved ill health ud iiilp rJlnCehyi using Mlllwjiod Grayson county whifo Mr Jnind tho llnfnrllinnln vouiik lady wnx Un Ivo and speedy remedy W 11 Whilo of this irtlo llrown h irnniliiltersj it sircngliious mind Whlto ntnephcw of covered ubont four tlclock llnjj in ho COLLEGE OF KY city wus culling timber for slaros n treo roan XDa Hardliishunr wont hold tho poople lllt ens inonitio nnd wiilt linr honitnwl Opens Hcpl lath IRS Iullimiwoiif Inlrue fcl uloii und crushod htm to death An- Â¬ AvllI bo nt tho centennial chocks and rentes lk IUIIVW in She wan For MEWCHANTbaNowPlan other man who wns chopping with him but nivu ivirijij- uruinKi Vnculty nf flftei 1rufiMnr li UlJr hciillh strength nnd beauty to her homo hut novor rMlnl MiZlnC Kiico breeches have not yet iriudo their vvlnlso naino had rscaped our informants I MARKET GARDENER For imviiiiin viiiini nn uuiii o ianieielMl nml Sornml HUhhI llo inrlineiTtf PRIVATE FAMILY Tlicy flay Anron Norton heat Jolly and moulory was sovcrcly injured nt tho sumo nearuncu in this town For vvhpn Mio eiirod ovonln Mi Mary Nw fullrqnnilliriillirylulllliiB pn r owo pf Tuition Crown by Is offered for Ityons bent him and Drown bout him nud tmo M10 lllylho mill property was nn nsccodlnsly bright and chiirmlnn Miitrleiilutljii J0U Unfiiriilfhod 5iil lienrd him nnd whisky boat him mild t f Hnndomo IllulriUod Calnlonvio nnd liunil Itrslor aritiU TO MT rioo mlvortiscincni youim inny nnu a general luvorltu In Iho room fvwi tor intnhisuui nud ollur lator money boat him nnd thn nigger beat him Thos H Seiilon got ono volo for Jailor IIEIICIIAM8 8KNI1 UH VOfU llUHlNTNrt OAUIIS VOIt TltAlli 11 sT cniutnunlty iunliiuipply tn JumiK V II Kiskiii Clntlr I Thos W Luwls wits nblo to ndo out Hut tho whole truth nl thn ulutler is Mil tva cast nl Slephriisporb Dill Smurt wondei Hill LX Oiiiniulltex or In IK lv lTr UrtliN Jnnjgy lubt SuturdAyi DAVID LANDRETH JtSONSSEED GROWERS PHILADELPHIA UUt him mid dont jud forget it whttlUihUufi It rained pltchbrk Ph U lrldiUt lulnjluii vcnterlay s1 NEfS iiivuJi x wjlt- - rr iy yswa - Â¬ Ui lrorm twenty thiWInrual OF THK 1 1I ii 1 1 fi r i y T1 11 ir hmm mm wnf agricultuhal sociEiy rJj 1 1 Â¬ I7air Grounds ununsv at Corydon Indiana on jinr - A3nu JlriMv Prejt Â¬ Louisville Cigar Manufactory FRANK B SUGG Â¬ IiIKUS Manufactured 1 Smokers Articles Â¬ r f I Â¬ ir i jiirir BBOW1T TTsTitln HESS liAlrX JEltt z CO i Â¬ Furnishing Goods and Notions Â¬ Â¬ loxtisyillS sfc OP THE- 76 Sy- Â¬ Â¬ 5l Zk haMi tvr Â¬ FIFTEENTH ANNUAL F AHf Hardinsburg Mechanical Assocation Â¬ Â¬ l to AtirnonnconVeniM te Grounds near Hardinsburg 2Y jiiii at Tium Â¬ 1 Tuesday September 26 28 29 30 Â¬ v 11 tl 1 A FIRST CLASS EXHIBITION iilAI 11 Â¬ Â¬ New Advertisements KiTiirKV m ic 1 CENTRE COLLEGE D lini Mi M The finest Mils Track in the State HOP Â¬ t ra 111 PULLIAMS HALL EACH NIGHT MillfbrSale Â¬ Dwelling Blouse s 1I1VA EDWAJJDfbiCArt 1 lulMUyomlteyjy ivovb COMRSNOTiCES 2w t lcUn 11 11 wwat Vswd Xjh - Vpb P lcac W M Â¬ ol SX y I IXrS VXWS Vftt I Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ inid I A Mlr A Â¬ 111 tc 7 lle iii Â¬ 1 AMiioni A tfrrmviyim1q -- Â¬ lErJrLmWk m mm ra JJB mm Â¬ imwm t Ir Â¬ STATE - LAHDRFTHSPSilMl B3u9JMb th tho tho PrARa oZl tMurlMooliendtlneClfMal SEEDS SEEDS r oursolvos SEEDS ri SEEDS VW yh i 1 jSaBBSSBBESBa jj0OKmWmmmWl33MUakmmimim c WT rHEBRECKENRlDIE NEWS CONGRESS ADJOURNS Clotlntf Ncenca mitt ImcIiIchU Wasiiixoton Aug ft Tk 8rst session Â¬ Â¬ flOSTIPtiK CHAS rURROW Barber Hairdresser C BLANFORD IIICWLIOYVILL 1C JC V BREEDER OF FINE CHURCH DIRECTORY J of the forty seventh congress adjourned to HAS OrnNR- Dday after the longest swswn with one exception since the wr and nftcr appropri pewto Whisllerniul liodutcrmlneilllironith ating more money than nny session of nny them to coinpnantliedorrnfnll ol tliciinMia congress since the war nearly tfcrce hun wKIM4WMt M Kid 111 jtcctitiK Horno Tlmt nlulit they flopped dred millions In nil The etlrnvngnnce THE BARTLE BUILDING thai has been so thoroughly exposed is to wnyaiilo tnvcrn noma lclvu miles di nt a be regretted on account the ttit from Iftrudise Alter supper Wills dangerous principle nud not nnserious nnd Wall Stroot bot Elm nnd Poplar account of informed his opponent thnt he wns go The rectors of the government where they will be ploted to wntt upon their - poverty imi tnrr to nit till l dllmo with an old ncfriend nnd customer Ilulr trimmed nnd m not lfc22V07 Sljjuiiintrtnco in the neighborhood and would to day wer drcMed In tho neitoit nnd inoit fnililonnble been n very flush day cither so It will be tjrlce nsjt probably return until ten pcrhnpi tf And mounting his liorso seen that the money will hold out at the elssjcn oclock ire trotted off to the house of tho women wp mto it is now being collected The thing to ALL of tlio 1optilnr Macnzinos tlio Pop ular NovcN tlio llliHtratpil nnd Family hare nlluilcd to Hiiviiij laid Ills plans with complain nbout Is thnt some of tho time Weeklies tlio Slamlnnl Pdrts the Stand them he returned to iIip tavern where Home spent in appropriating nil this money has Â¬ nrd Ilisloriea Dibits Uytnti Honka Sonp was nleepinj the uleepinjjof the jnit nud not been given to taking off snmo unneces IIooK h Hcliool ISooki Cony Hooks Slntrs Kxpcnding so sary burdens of tnxntlon retired lo bed Slntionnry ocritliinp Iti alinrt tiannlly Stomach Bitter extirpates much and drawing it from the people at the Hottttcr kept In n lirst clans Hook and Notion Htnro Noimiilnillrfj irteil for PnrniHsc dritwptla with greater certainty anU I found nt any known remedy and Whitlerenrfcnin tho way with a string rato of over n million a day Is converting promptltudo than lavlffornnt appetlaer and will lieCloverport 1Ky UnblingoV X Wall Is a roost Rtnll Street When they nrrived the government into n lavish prince of robnot empty of his beit anecdote aid to secretion These aro countrymen assertions as thousands of oar bers However no robbery was dono tolit the cabin occupied by the fallen angels own to0 Torml and S3 fee ft weolt ln and women who have experienced Its effects epDOxutnt True 7oar Address 11 llALirTT A Co day nnd nothing of consequence was done are aware but aro backed up by Irre- Â¬ the pldwomifn camo rulilnj out with her Tho Hitlers alto give a fragable proofs olrtland Mnlno npron to her ejes crying nnd going on nt save to adjourn Lcollhfnl stlmtitns to the urinary orgnns Tho senate spent iU time mostly in ex for sale by all Druggists and Dualkis a terrible rale generally Inslatilly tho two candidates reined tip ecutive session though only ono nominatheir steed nnd Whistler asked her what tion was confirmed nnd the house spent its timo in recess during which the mem was llio matter preacher 7 she bers were concentrating their abilities upon Hoejthcrof yonemn the menial work of tying up bundles of inquired pnpers picked nut from nn accumulation responded Whistler No neither of us of over eight months in the desk Whyiloyoiiuik The fifteen minutes of session before the darter Oh sir die cscliilinr Sals a dyiuj an I hoped that oncofyouens hour of adjournment was curiously enough was n oreaeher an I was ngwine to as you mostly employed with Kentucky matters When the house was called together for to enmo in nn prny for her mygooil woman said Whis tho last time nt n quarter before II Mr Im lorry but the best we Hoar of Michigan tried lo bring up the tler in asyinpathelijlone will buto hurry on to town Kentucky river blunder which prevents ciwj dnfor joti Come on the carrying forwnrd of the building of and send out n preacher locks nnd dnms in Whiles district but did Home Â¬ purely uposin she not succeed The last three minutes were Is ntonic umt vegetable bittera nud power Hut objecleil the unman spctclv-- and ful is umrnnteel used by Mr Willintns in his attempt to get certain cure or Fever nnd Ague Chills was lo die afiro he got here Fever Intermittent or Chill Fe Im sure c cant help that Hut keep up Drnnnins bill which did not succeed nml Itciultteiit Fever Dnnil Ague er up a bold licntt my good woman As on account of tho hours arrival It was Icrloilleal or Dillons Fever ami nil In miasmatic dis nt last beaten by the Clerk nnd not by malarial disorders Vng ni there is life ihero U hope tricts the rapid pulse mated tongue thirst lassitude loss of appetite pnlu in tho linok WhUllcrsuidHornedo jou ride on to Holmnn There was no tlnio spent in passing reso- nud loins anil coldness of thn spina nud the village nnd send out the preacher nnd extremities nrn only premonitions of I will stop here nnd comfort the poor soul lutions of thanks to the spenkcr which wns suvt rcr sjmptoms which terminate in the perhaps not rcmnrkable since it is the first nguu paroxysm succeeded by high fever ii well ns Im able nnd profuse perspiration All right Home thats clever in you session of Ms term though there wns some It Is n startling fact that quinine arse Â¬ quick ns gossip nbout it Thcspeaker madeathnnk nic nnd other Nilsnuoiis minerals form tho nnd Ill have the preacher out ns Fever nnd Ague And oft ho ful speech of n very few words in formally hasis of most of the horse flu tli can carry me Preparations SpeclUrs gynipV and ndjouming the house nnd then the npplausc In the market rode Tonlis Tim prepara Â¬ they tions in ido from tlieso iiiluernl poisons Ilorne dismounted hiluhcd his horse nnd came from hnnds free to do whatcier nllhougli they nro palatable nnd may He was ushered into n would nnd from pages who were ns big as break thn Mil do not cure hut leave tho entered the cabin gravel fell and members malarial and their own drug poison in gmnll back room wlieie tho supposed ly- - members after the the system producing iiiiinisiii dizziness ine wninnii win on the bed apparently who were ns happy as boys to be free ringing In tho ears heuliiehe vertigo nnd other disonlers nioro formidable than tho He fell upon Ijis knees suffering greatly A Vcllclunv UunqiH f iliseato they wero Intended to cure by the bedside nnd bogun prayingenrnestly The modern epicure is too often nfllicled Avrns Ann Critn Ihonmglily eradicates In lliq meanwhile Whistler gaily entered with dyspepsia indigestion or constipnlion these noxious msdiis from tlio system nud nlvwijs uires the severest eases It Into lnradUe and drew reins in front of after having satiated lus appetite Willi n routaitis no ipiiiiluo mineral or any thing thV village tnern where quite a largo delicious banquet nnd all the luxuries of that could iiijmo the most delirato pa- Â¬ And Sells the CHAMPION CELEBRATED tient and exrellence ahovo crowd was ivniiing for the candidate liurdock lilood Hitters aro n Its eertalntyItstocrowning thnt It leaves tho the season cure Is nsked positive cure for these and all other disor- sjstciu as freo from disease ns beforo tho Where is Mr Home colonel attack Price Deacon Wright the lending whig nnd ders of the stomach Tor Idvcr Complaints Aonn jiietist ofjlic community For sale in Cloverport by DrWIIWhite Ciiik by direct n tlon on Arms nnd tho liver biliary uppiiatiis drives out tho poisons Ho wduld go inln Nance 1erkins as TlnUicr llnllicri Jt llother which product these complaints nnd stim- Â¬ nml replied Whistler p came iihmg Are jou disturbed at night and broken of ulates tho sstuu ton vigorous healthy I suppose hell be along 1 left Mm then your rest by n sick child sudoring and cry- Â¬ condition Wo warrant it when taken according to directly ing with the excruciating pain of culling Yiit tried the deacon in nn accent teeth If so go nt once and gut n bottle of directions At Ninco Perkins of ntnaeiir horror Prepared by Dr J C MltS WINSLOWSSOOTHING SYIIUP Thats wlmt I said coolly replied It will relieve the poor little sulTcrcr iinme Irnctlcat and Analytical Cliemlits Continued From First Fngc efaiiRhtcrK nil of whom wero diarr piitriMe elinrnctcra These wmnpti were nnl atrnn Â¬ 7 ENilALUSm rSlVlH CUREiB SHAVING PARL0R8 Cotswold Sheep Shorthorn Cattle CQyCorrenpondcnco 7n ly lr Sollcilcda KENDALLS SPAVIN CURE lie most mcrcsifut roini ily orcr illscorcrel ns It Is certain In Its effects nml ilues nut Ulster ItEAII lHOOr llliOW nl TO CONSUMPTIVES Tke ndrortlrer having been permanently cured nf that dread illnenre Conauinptinn by a tlinple romiuy li nnxinua to make known to To all his fcllow fafferen the mcana of cure nhn deslro II ho will end a copy of the prescription tiCil fn r of charge with tho direc- Â¬ tion for prcpirlng nnd niilng tlio tame which Â¬ Â¬ Kendalls Spavin Cure June 11 6lTTEBs Â¬ Â¬ thoy will find n mire 0UHK for COUOIIS COIUrt CONSU niONASTIt A BUON CllITISVc Partlct wishing the Pietcrlption will plenre address A IVIINON Itev li3My 101Pcnn itWilllnmsburghNY r tlfy that I lime use J Kendalls Pvrln Curs nnd hare founl It to he all that It Is rowmmcmleil to be nnd In fact rnuro ton I hare rcinovnl hjr using the nbore t Cnllous llono Htmrlns King bones Sjillnts and can eheorfully testify and recommend It tn be the best thing fur nny bony substance I liavo ever used and I hnvo tried muny ns I linro mnde that my study foryeara P V CItlST Itcctfiilly yours J HAMirTiiN KkiiUALL A Co Mn Oentsi This Is 14 1881 to etr CLOVHRPORT SonthV Iter 8 0 Allen Pastor Preaching tvtry 1st 2nd nnd 4th Sab baths nt II n in and nt night and every 3rd fl ilhnth Priyer meeting every at night Thursday night Sunday Sehonl every Sab Â¬ bath afternoon Holts lluttoin Prwehlng every 3d Snlibnth nt II n in Rev II T Lamptnn Pas Â¬ IUrTlriT Cituncil tor Preaching every 2d nnd 4th rabbntli nt II n m nnd at night Prayer meeting every Wcdncsdiy night Sunday School every Snb morntng bath Rev J R MrDnn PaKanTTKBHX Clftmcn nail Pastor Preaching crcry Ird nnd 4th Sab n in nnd at night Prayer meeting bithntll every Sabbath nt IOj10 n in Sunday School every Sabbath nt 9 n m Oatiiomc Cnunrtt Rer T J Jenkins Pns tor Sorvires every 1st Palilmth nnd on Mon Â¬ day nfter the 3rd Sabbath In every month M K ClIUBCH countyWrectory COURT Arnit xxn irrntif n llonT R McIIenth Jndge Hon W K Haynes Commonwealths Attorney R fl Skill man Clerk t V O Dabbnge Master Commis Â¬ sioner 0 Vt Moorman Sheriff COUXTY COURT MritTs Tiimn jioxoay tn Krn vnxTn Mlltan Hoard Judge I 0 P Jolly Clerk Vf Mrri rtnar hodays circuit t From Col Dr L T FOSTER Â¬ Â¬ JESSE JAMES Was the greatest outlaw and so is dtny Â¬ the largest dealer in Stoves Tinware and Hardware I keep the Ague Cure finest assortment of these goods in this section at bottom prices Kendalls Â¬ CitlM-ani-ni- J LMILLEE YovNoatonrx O Mny 10 1880 KkximM A Co louts i I lmd a rrry rnlitnblo llamblctonlun colt thnt I prlsod very highly He had n large bono spnvln on ono Joint nnd ft sinnlt one nn the other which mado Mm very lame I hnd Mm under tho charKo of two veterinary surgeons who fulled to cure him I wns onedny rendlngthendvcitlso ment of Kendalls Sravln Cure in the Chicago Express I determined nt unco to try It nnd got our druggists hero to send for It they order- Â¬ ed three hotllos nnd I took thein all thinking I would give It n thorough trial 1 rued It ac- Â¬ cording to directions and tho fourth day tho colt censed tn bo lauio an 1 tho lumps hare dis Â¬ appeared I used but one bottle nnd tho colts limbs are as freo from lumps nnd ns yrouuth ns nny horse in the state lie Is entirely cured The euro was so remarkable thnt I let two of my neighbors lnno tho tie remaining bottle Very rrsperlfuily who nro now using It h T FOSTKU DJ li names Attorney QUARTERLY COURT Meet Fourth Mondays In March Juno Sep Â¬ tember nnd December COURT OF CLAIM P Meets Third Mondays In January and No Â¬ vember COUNTY OFFICERS Len Cashmnn Ascsnrt J R llonrd Sur Â¬ veyor Harvey Rrnnifletd Coroner NMc Mer Â¬ cer School Commissioner P05T 0KFI0B ADDREE Circuit Judgo Lei th field Circuit Clerk nml Master Commissioner Hnrdlnsburgf Sheriff Cloverport Commnnwenlths Attorney er Hareinsburg HARDINSBURG CIRCUIT SOUTH Lcilchfield Jail- Â¬ Spavin Cure MK CHURCH Â¬ Â¬ DEa ann StOTres Reaper and Mowing Machines Â¬ 1 AyerCo Rer R F Hatm Pastor Hnrdlnsbnrg Preaching every 4th Sabbath nt II a in nnd nt night Class meeting oTery Sabbath morning Sunday School every SaK bath nfternoon Prayer meeting every Wed Â¬ nesday night Oaklnnd Preaching every 4th Snbbnth at 3 pm Sunday School at 2 pm Prayer mcct injr every Sabbath night Mr Zlon Preaching orery 1st Sabbath nt 11 a tn Class meeting orerr Istnnd Id Sabbath Yours respoetlully T II MUIK Plearant flrorc Preaching every 1st Sab Â¬ bath nt 3 p m Webster Preaching orery 2d Sabbath nt 1 J a m and at night ON HUMAN FLESH Union St r Preaching OTery 3d Saturday It has been used In thousands of cases no tin- Â¬ night and Sabbath nt It a in Prayer meet- Â¬ man flesh with such wonderful success that we ing erery Thursday night now feel certain that it Is the best llnlraoit Stcphensport Preiehlng every 3d Sabbath known fur man ns It has sufficient strength to night In tho Brick Unuse penetrate and rirtuo to cure tho worst cases which aro not nflVclcd in tho least by ordlniry SECRET SOCIETIES liniments nnd jet it does not blister or causo a ntnvprnnrt Tnrlfrm Nn 131 Atnt M ARnvrr sore cd meeting 2nd Monday and 4th Saturday in Tattem Maw N Y Feb 21st 1878 A If riklllman W Mj T J I each month II J Kkxiiam X Co Tho particudents Woods S Mi ET Haynes J Wj J D Greg as lar enso on which 1 usod your Kendalls Spavin ory Seeyj A J Johnson TroisjF P Payne Curo wns a malignant ankle sprain of sixteen Steward nnd Vt V White SD J W months standing I had tried many things but Haynes J DTyler Your spavin cure put the fiKit to the in vnln ground again ami for the first time since hurt in a natural position For family liniment It cxeels nny thing wo ever used Yours truly lUv M 1 Ilnx Pastor of it E Church Pottena Mills N Y I will mail Free the rcclpo for a simp Price per bottlo nr six bottles for 5 All VEUETAIILE HALM Unit will renimo TAh Druggists havo it or can get It for you or It FRECKLES Pt PLES and IL0TCHEt sl will bo sent to nny address on receipt of price leaving tho skin soft clear and beautiful Instructions fur prndm lxg n luxuriant growl I by tho proprietors Dr H J Kkniiam A Co of hair mi n bald head or smooth face At Inoaburgh Fill Vt dress inclosing 3c stamp SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS MUX VATTnKIF A CO I your tin which hail been treated by two of the best doctor In the I ind Tho else win fired twice nud I can sifcly say that Kendalls rfhivln Cure dll more good than anything which I ever tried I bclicro It tn bo a good reined Turn Hing bnne iijd bono groit tinny ditrn ulties spavins I am sura it will cure if t vken in tlmo It is ultngood fur scratches greasy heel etc Kv Fob 20 1879 A Co louts i I hare tried Spavin Cum nn n chronic case of bone pn i J Kkmmii Kendalls Spavin Cure Â¬ PIMPLES 1 WINtter I dont believe a Ilmcoi Wright am not joking word of it cried the deacon It is one of your wicked jokes said Whistler gravely I If you dont believe me you can go down nnd see for yourself Thats just what Ill dul tried the ilea- - And in n few minutes Deacon Wright nnd our or fle oilier lending men of the whig piiriyiu Happy couuly were hurrjing VUltilii liiiprnvrmeiit Mr Noah Iiato Klmirn N Y writes down the road towards Nance Perkins About four years ago I had an attack of After Mr Ilorne had delivered u fervent prajer at llio hedhidu of the supposed bilious ferr and never fully recovered dting woman ho hunted himself on tho My digestive organs were weakened and I would be completely prostrnlcd for dajs Fide of tho bed held her h mi in nn honiSt nnd begin tnlkiug to Afier using two hollies of your Burdock yinpalhrtic cli was so her ns lliouglit hhe wero -- as he really Mip Blood Hitters tho improvement I can now visible that I was astonished poseil in xlreinh lie was in this poitiou when Deacon though III yenrs of ug do a fair and rea Piicoijil Wright and his friend i reached tho house sonable days work For sale in Cloverport by DrWIIWhite nnd n lliey were aboul to enter the door nt n signal from old Nance the girl raised up Ironi Hinporliiiii threw her arms about Homes neck nnd ieo Dodge Sr n well known cilicH of dragged him down on the bed with her Kniporium writes that one of his men Sam Before the uxtnuiidied man could rcleaRu lo vis whilst working in the woods so himself Deae in Wriglit and those who severely sprained his nnkle that he could detected the M iim lj githome bufaltir one or two nccotnpiinied him saw him us they subsequently immoral wretch a ipliealious of Thomas Kelcelric Oil ho hinted in llio allidnvit I hey published in the whh able to go lo work next day in lascivinur whig plpi rs of the district For hhIii in Clncrort by DrWIIWhite ilnlliniieti with a wiiuion As Mion ns ihov hu I cnlered the room HAVE YOU EXAMINED the girl released her clasp uid pushed the loor lellow away al the luimii lime springNow No 7 High Arm Machine ing from l lie bed u picture ol lohiMt rustic It Is tho catcst Sowing Machine health Ilo attempted to explain but Ion m yet ollered to Uio trade Agents erstwhilo warm pnrlixans bill now his 110 you nro advised toBconiul examine It rcleuing judges refused lo listen lo any if you desire to handle- a First Clutt Ittchlno and bo PROTECTED explanation They had seen wih their and the man must bo crazy In own eje hope thai he emild iiiako ihein believe in despilo of their senses that IVggy Perkins was a diug woinnii Poor ireen Home I It was n shnbby thing in Whistler nud it was n hhabbier thing in fate to punish him so severely ns it ilid for lhat ol which ho was as innocent us a lube Of cnurt Whisllerwns elected his nmjoiio leicliin iipiniolhilhoiiHands Shortly alter thu eleelion Homo shook tho dust of hu slate from his Kul nud bus been lost to sight and almost to llio memo ry of thoi who knew loin its l HVclunlly us if he had been onsigiiid to I he grave Â¬ Â¬ dintely depend upon it there is no mis take nfTout it There is not n mother on enrtli who hnscer used it who will not tell you at once thnt it will regulato the bowels nnd give rest to the mother nml re lief anil health to the child operating like magic It is erfeely safe to ue in nil cases and pleasant to the tnste and is the prci cription of ono of tint oldest and best femalu physicians and nurses in thu United Sold everywhere 23c n hottln Slntes Â¬ Lowell mn nr n Mass iooUbts rVEurwucns JVci For lalo in Cloverport by nlU ly A It Fishor n32 y 12 Darclny St Now YoU J0 AllKN MeilKAV I lRMIORV HARRIS REMEDY COvliSSIbi ywa CI U IfirJVTlIJIsiJICID Marine Fire and Insurance Agency VMIKiKHIxKKfliBlKKiBKKKKKKKXKKH CANDIES KOH THE AND MR7IS CTIiUl Th PR0fHARii3FA8TtaRML0T I Vaaar Ba aal Oirr aaOef ratual IQmMm 117 aarvaua aaa tikaaiUaa llMl mmuart uj h MBU MURRAY GREGORY Cheap as any of the inferior Machines TH- EMills Victor and Great Western Cane KtrnHj li vil ap la baiaa i n ilh BJ lo 1 noma u nfctl cart aaliu In UUas cv at i taVi J Outlaf ihrtamcalhi Kat a nu ltim rapf r apaWI dK u011 dluwa ll luada f car awl nfnrmfi int CLOVERPORT KY TIiIn Firm ICepronents only Flrat- CIiivn niiituiiloi 11 lid lliiw Hud 12 I YeurM or lixiiurltiicc This Agency wns cstnhlislicd In tlio ycai and from thnt tiino to the prcsc nt linn enn llmiouKly been In liuWnejs with sstbfacllnri to Ihn public Thoy writo policies nt rcsaonablr rates nn Karm property Dwellings Stores Wnrchniiics Merchnndiie nnd all other Irniitlli by property Aim on Freight rii cr nud rnilroid fiiraWhliig indemnity sgnlnil lorihy KUtKHiid tho Psim Rop Iviivn IH57 Trans-i-oiittion Purest and Best Pool -- AND r lliKiaKvLllJxxnkIlSliil TfrTr IjxU rTil t 111 IIM llllHlnKB COOKS EVAPORATORS AS IW AS ANYBOD- Y- J call on v D BABBAGE HARDINSBURG A N D Fahrenbura KY ESTABLISHMN T SOLICITED- f7 ami aaalal aa aiiallealluD Will keep constantly on hand to tho following Companies MTNA- of Hartford Oonn NIAOARA of New York UNIltiKWBITKHB AQENOr of Mew york CONTI E TAL 01f Nw York bNUAUtllKti Ofr JMunchtJter Knglam If axV vl B 1 1 Hill flBHW eWft Ionexlnij nn nsxrcgnlo Co pi tul and Rur pliK of noirlv 23111011111 Thorough buowlole of tlio buslnes of In suraneu nifpiireil from lonj nsperlrnea with rules ns loir ns I couaiaUiit with flrst clna in liiiinllT nnd fdr ilcilln uniku it lo llio best iiilercot of porioo wmitinu liijiimneo toronnult nuyiic s sola lieu iroia IirciKrn mis nvnry ridire and adjoining oounties OriICK At llio llrocKlnrldKO llinkClo viTporl Ky ni7 lj Jtr I And mil prepared to put on 1 in und Iron KootintjatgoifirBliinglii prices a iso can nirniKii any Kinil ol Jl A I KAKJS3 that uro made arTho largobt assortment oi Pooket Inives in town J L MILLER Illl IY Mi su 250 WILL UUY THE FRESH BREAD A nice lino of Confections and Fancy QrocerU usually kept In a FIRST CLASS pit- - PATRONAGE nO ly - AND Weekly Courier Journal For ono year postago paid No fnmlly in Ilrockcnrldgo county can bo supremely happy without them Address 33 Wall St J S Wirk Supt J D See Pakxi k Trea p - TUTTJS PILLS 8YMPTOM3 OF A I A NEW DEPARTURE j d nAnnAan Cloverport Ky TaV tho Head with dull aenaatlon tn the back part Pain under the Shoulder blade fullness after eatlnr with a disin- Â¬ clination to exertion of body or mind Irritability of temper Low spirits with a feeling of having neglected aomo duty weariness uitainees fluttering at mo Heart Dote before the ejei Yellow Hkln lteadaoho generally over the right eye Kestleaaneaa with fitful dreams highly coiorou urine anu DRUGS TORPID LIVER Ioaa of Appetite DowoU ooatlvo Tain in J Fll GRAYS SPECIFIC MEDICINE Memphis Ohio Rive i GROCERIES QUEENSWARE HARDWARE AND NOTIONS to A WITT TRADE M ARK T 1 II K Q R K A TTRADB nqiiii MMR ling cure for Seminal Weak Â¬ ness tency Spermn- - dv ltrUK An unfai- Â¬ PACKET COMPANY SPEED COMFORT AND SAFETY No oxtrn clmrge for Monls nnd State rooms Splendid Accommodations for Stock FOR CAIRO nnd MEMPHIS SUNDAYS WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS The fleet nnd elegant steamers ANDY I1AUM HrJ AJjyfJ k lorrnea impn and all r Before Taking Wjjm Boot ema Siloes J A Sp3oiaat3r ho CONSTIPATION Â¬ Wiieu sullwring Imniin ly urn uiiduring the horrors of dyspepsia iadigetlion or rmrvnifs and general duhihly they uro loo olicn inclined lo throw up lliu sponge nud Wu say dont resign themselves lo fate tin it Take liurdock Wood Hitlers thu iinfuiling rein ody Price bur sale in Clovirporl by DrWIIWMto 1 TilsnsV II t til J Stll1 Wo cator to tho trado and have constructed a Mnchino after its Bugfjostion and Fancy SEND FOR PRICES AND TERMS TCTTH FILLS are peelaUy adaptad to each catee one doao errecta audi a change of feeling aa to aatonlah the aufferer Tbey Inrroaao tho AprMiUUand cauM the body to Take on Vlraii tout In ijittm la on the nourUhfd and by tbelr Toole Artleaare pro DliMtlte Ornu Hrpulsr BlooU W x 3 Murray HU Trie u ctnu duil Takes plcasnro in informing lllms rt Wjff now opened a Drug Storo inliis old patrons that THE BRICK CORNER OPPOSITE SCOTTS and will hereafter keep a full lino of queneo of Self Abuse as toss of Memory Uni- Â¬ versal Lniitudo Pain In the back Dimness of Vision Premature Old Age nnd many other diseases that lend to Insanity or Consumption and a Premature Orare Full particulars In our pamplet whleh we deslro tn sond free by mull tn every one iJLir Tho Specific Medlelno Is sold by all drug- Â¬ gists at 1 per nacknue or six packneci for or will bo sent freo by mail on the receipt of the iuuiivj uj nuureising pf II J Vinton Master M M Deem CI Cl ti JA8V R W Wise Matter C0NB C B Russell TUTTS HAIR DYE flnxr lTitaoWniKKn chanced toaOLOMT 1ILACX by a application of ihlaDYK Itlqi- DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES times to givo at tention to tho Drug Department In addition to tho Drugs I will kcop on hnnds n full and well selected lino of Groceries Qiteenswaro Hardware- and Notions antees of curo issued n6 ly For sale In Clorerport by A It FISHER On aocnnnt of eniinterfolts we havo ndontcd the Yellow W nipper tho only genuine luar TIIK OKAY MEDIOINR CO Uuflnlo NV GAFF Jns Surlecs MILLAR Ag cuU WeTwirrVrotect Yaut B Aaif m 10 1 Stfia OINOnOTATX OHIO Mk C91 hiirmay t mw erncK u ItlClL f T11U lilrailltokk Dr TTrra elnfU Bold a natural color act Iniuntmtotuly iy Drurdita or aent by lureta on receipt of It uiJ I Will bo T RalfPI compound on hands at all i uanci Mcdieino and rOUftlTVCTTTmmO Ion li Umi rll itlu rf LI oA slrkM Mat lkU44n II arta Irau 4lrralaUsUIlr4iMU Attnmm DK HITTTH 1J It M Ink lUTAUUSUKU UVEll T1I1KTV YUAKIt Master J Vt Vorris CI VINT SHINKLE OW Thompson Master JD Moore CM One of tho above stenmem passing Cluverpe I for Memphis eseh Mondays nnd Fridays in for Lnnlsvllia nnd Cincinnati Thursdiys ai I Sundays For freight or pnisugo apply i u board f tMfi aMi u nuM awute taae e etyi Any nun who has lliu will to try Tho in us surely find llio way to Kcleilrie Oil v inhiist health in cihos of briicllal nire and ns nil t iiiif sore ihroal pains etc internal remedy it U imaluabhi for iwlo in Clovurportby Dr WII While 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