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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fcufeV flsri lWtJMw i fummxm M itywJH f94mir-M- - V L i- - j DABBYS heart PROPHYLACTIC A lion IchoM Artlcln for Universal FLUID lamliy Use THE BRECKEMIDGE NEWS A Free Press a Free Ballot and Free Speech are the Birthright of Freemen VOL VII Illicit are mens hearts Yo cant sofleit heorls Int they haven sath a thing them but only Jtisl you open your and spexk jour mind in right down enraest and you will shnnc them into denting us openly like human beings let ihrm hate ns and icurn us at bottom ns I bey We have no fiieiid here sir will but you nut one liavo pity on list havo pity on tie And the ihicf stietchrd nut his hinds nnd fixed his anient glistening ys upon the successor of the upostles The successor of the apostles hung hi head and showed plainly that he was nut unmoved A moment of suspense followed Robinsiin hung upon his answer At length Mr finrs rniitd his head and ssid with icy cold nets Mr Ilnwea i the governor nf litis jail I hav 110 power to interfere with his ncl supported a they are by tho viniu jus- Â¬ tices and I have but one advice to itivo you submit to the discipline and In Mr Hawes in overy thing it will be the vvulne for you if you dont So saying Iiu went out abitiptly lentiug his petitioner wilh his eyes fixed lufully up Â¬ on the door by which his Inst lint e had left him When he glided away nnd took hope will hira disdain despair and frenzy guslifd from the thief s boiling bosom in one wild moan nnd with thai moan he Inched him Â¬ self on his ace nn the floor though it was ns hard as Hawea and cold as Jones Thus he lay crushed in blank despair n moment the next he rose fiercely to hi knees he looked up through the hole thvv called his window and saw a little piece of IIo held bine sky no bigger thnn a Bible his hand up to that blue sky he fixed his dilating eye on that blue sky and with one long raging yell of horrible words hurled from a heart set on fire by wiongs and de Â¬ spair and tempting fiends he cursed the successor of the apostles before the Msjesly of Heaven Continued next week I fj Trnrifantfii MALABIA II Typhoid lvore Diphtheria 8iill I For Scarlet anil leased from the infernal machine the body of No 19 fell like a lump of clav up ciiu vi uipwncna yiciu 10 it on the men who had reduced him to this ITevdreilamiWckPer SMALL 1OX one rcfrcthed unit condition Then these worthies wero in ltd d Srui proyouU rrrrrNaof small mI by bathing with somo littlo trepidation for though they Fox JIKVKNTKD Durbjrt Fluid of my had caused the death of many men during Impure and purified llyA membertaVen fam Air made with wai b trmleal Small pox I utedthe the last two years they had not yet as it Tor Sore Throat It It a e jre cure happened murdered a siuglo one on the wat not ConUelon dettroyed wat spot openly and honestly like this and mated FW KHfl Main In about three iDhllbUInt rilua they feared they might get into trouble etc Cliann J J0 Adjoining the ynrd was a bath room to KirtWLItfnnlT IMIdM Philadelphia Ions tecured by iti uie this they carried No 19 they stripped Sflilp Fever prevented him and let the water run uoon him from Xo purify the l reath Diphthoria Cleauas the Teeth tho cock but he did not come to then It cant be aurpassed Provontod they arrubbed him just as they would a Catarrh relieved and cured brick floor with n hard bruih upon the KryeJpelas cured Borne relieved Iniuntly The phyaldana here back till his II wh was ns red as blood Soar prcveaied Fluid very uie Darbyt Dyaentery euted with this aud the water together ho btgan tuccetifullylathe treat Wounds heeled rapidly Blent of Diphtheria to gasp and sigh and faintly come back Seurvy cured A STnLLatuvaacK AaAntidotaforAalraat Creentbaro Ala from insensibility to a new set of tortures vt Vegetable Poiaoot Tetter dried uj bdnfictc but so long was the struggle between life I wed the Fluid during Cholera prevented an J death that these men of business de ourpreecat aflliction with Ulcere purified and healed Soarlet Fever with de tained thus unconscionably about a singlo eases ofDeatli It cided advantage It It In ahould be used about Indiepeoiahlc to the aide thief lost all patience with him one It will the eorpee Wat F Sahd Toem prevent any tiDplcat scrubbed him till the blood came under roiD Eyrie Ala ant imell tho bristles another seized him by the The eminent Thy elclanJMAIUON ISoarlotFovorl 8IMS M D New hair of his head and jerked his hend violently back several times and this gavo I am York tayt convinced Prof Darbyt Cored him such pain that ho began to struggle Prophylactic Fluid la a valuable dialnfecunt instinctively and the blood now fnirly set Vandcrbllt University Nashville Tonn in motion ho soon moved The lust thing I testify to the moit excellent qualltlct of Prof Da rbyt Prophylactic Fluid At a di lnfeetant and he remembered was a body full of aching tlMerceat It la both theoretically and practically upenVr to any preparation with which I am c bonts the Grst he awoke to was the sensaN T LvnoH Prof Chemlitry qualiffed tion of being flayed alive from the crown Darby Fluid Is Recommended by Hon Alvxakdik H Srsrnxmi of Georgia of his head to tho sole of his foot Rev Ciiaj F Dtsus DD Church of the The first words he heard was Put his Strangers N Y clothes on his shamming carcass I iot LxContk Columbia Trof UnlveriltySC A J Batth Prof Mercer Unlvcrilty Shall we dry him sir1 Rev Geo F Plsacx Bithop M E ChunJi JNDISrENBADLK TO EVEBV HOME Dry him I roared the governor with Perfectly harnlcti Uted Uitersally or No I Hasnt he given trouble an oath externally for Man or Ileait The Fluid hat been thoroughly tested and we enough another oath hare abundant evidence that It hat done every thing litre claimed For fuller Information get of your They flung his clothes upon his red hot Druggiira pamphlet or tend to the proprietors dripping skin and Hodges gave him a CO J MsDufrttlirlnyCheroUu PHILADELPHIA Go to your cell Robin brutal push sou crawled oT often wincing and trying NEVER TOO UTE TO MEND in vain to keep his clothes from rubbing those parts of his persou where they had scrubbed the skin off him Hawrs eyed him with grim superiority A MATTER OF FACT ROMANCE Come Suddenly he had an inspiration back I shouted ho I never was beat by a ny CIIAIIXCI RKADE prisoner yet and I never will Strap him up At this command even tho turnkeys OHAFTBIt XIII What is your report nbout No 19 doc- looked amazed at one another and hesitated Then the governor swore horridly at tor their and Hodges without another word The fever ia gone went for the jacket He is well then They took hold of him he made no reIIo is well of tho fever but a fever lenvcs iho patient in a Mate of debility for sistance he never ecn looked nt tlietn I havo ordered him meat He never took his eyes off Hawt s c u him some dayThey twice a day that is meat ones and soup his eyes fastened like a basilisk took him awuy and pinioned jammed and ouen IloJtret Then you report him cured of his throttled him to thu wall again wus set to watch him and a bucket ol fever water near to throw over him should he Ceitainly ahow the least sign of shamming agnin In Hodges put No 19 on the crank an hour another turnkey camt and relieved Yes ir tiven the surgeon opened his eyes at Hodges in another hour Fry relievtd him for this was tircsomo work for a poor thin Why he is as weak as a child said turnkey in another hour a new hand relieved Fry bnt nobody relieved No 19 ho Will it kill him Five mortal hours had he beeu in the Certainly not and for the best of all viso without shamming The pain hi jei s ins He cant possibly do it skin suffered from the Into remedies and You dont know what these fallows can the deadly rago at his hart gavo him undo when they are forced natural powers of resistance but at last Tho surgeon shrugged his shoulders and the infernal machine conquered and he passed on to his other patients Robin began to turn dead faint then Hodges his son was taken out into tho yard What sentinel at thu time caught up the bucket a blessing the fresh uir Is said be gulp and dashed the wholo contents over him 1 ins in the atmosphere of the yard The effect was magical the shock took should have got well lone ago if I hod not awuy bis brcuth for a moment but the beeu stilled in my cell for want of room next tho blood seemed to glow with fire in and air his veins and he felt a general access of Hobinson went to the trank in cood vigor to bear his torture When this man spirits he did not know how weak ho was had boen six hours iu the vine the governtill he beuan to work bat ho soon found or and his myrmidons came into tho yard out ho cnuld not do the task in tho time and unstrapped him He thought tliereforo tho wisest plan You did not beat mo you see after would bo not to exhnust himsolf in vain ef- all said tho governor to No 19 The forts and lie sat quietly down and did turnkeys heard and revortd their chief nothing In this posturo he was found by No 19 looked him full in the face with au nawes and his mjrmidoni eye glittering liko a sabre but said not a Whatarojou doing there not work word ing Sulky brute I cried the governor lock Sir I am only jujt Retting well of a oath And that evening as a him up fever and I am as weak as water warder was rolling the prisoners supper And that is why you are not trying to along the little natural railway mad by do anything ch railings of Corribor B the governI havo tried sir and it Is Impossible I the two or stopped the carriage and asked for 19s am not fit to turn this heavy crank1 was given him and ho abstracted Well then I must try if I cant make tin It Refractory one half of the mans gruel you Fetch tho jncket break him be-Â¬ Oh for Heavens sake dont torture me in the yard to dayfbut Ill sir There is nobody raoro willing to work fore Ive don with him oath Tho noxt day brushes were wanted for than I am And if you will but give mo a day or two to get my strength after the tho jail This saved Robinson for that day It was little Josephs turn to suffer fever you shall see how I will work There I there I your palaver I Strap Tho gocrnor put him on a favorito crank of his and gave him eight thousand turns him up He was in no condition to resist and to do Iu four hours and a half II knew the boy could not do it and this was only knew resistance was useless moreover They jammed him in the jacket pinned a formula ho went through previous to pilhim tight to the wall and throttled him In lorying tho lad Josephs had been in the the collar This collar by a refinement pillory about an hour when it so happened of cruelty was made with unbound edges that the Reverend John Jones the chip so that when tho victim exhausted with Iain of the jail came into the yard See- Â¬ the cruel cramp that racked his aching ing a group of warders at the mouth of the and bones in the fierce trip of Hawes infernal labor cell he walked up to them machine sauk his heavy head and droop there was Josephs n peine forte et dure ed his chin the jsggod collar sawtd hira inquired What Ji this lads offense directly and Uceratiuc the flesh drove Mr Jones him away from even this miserable ap- Â¬ was the r- Reflectory at tho crank proach to ease Ply They left the poor fellow pinned to the Why Josephs said the roverend gen wall jammed in the straight waistcoat and tlsman you told m you would always do throttled iu the round saw Weakened by your best1 fover and unnatural exertion ho succumb-Â¬ gasped Jo-Â¬ So I do your reverence ed sooner than the inquisitor had calcu- Â¬ sephs but this crank is too heavy for a lated upon The next tirao they came lad like me and that is why I am put on It into the yard they found him black In tho to get punished throttled faco his lips livid insensible Hold your tongue said Hodges rough- Another Imlf raltiuto and Ijr and dying there would havo hung a corpse in tho Why Is he te hold his tongue Mr how Hawes pillory said tho chaplain quietly Hodges Wheu they saw how nearly be was gone I he to answer my question if he holds his You forget yourself they were all at him together One un- tongue Ugh I beg your pardon sir but thts one clasped the saw collar one unbraced tho waistcoat another sprlnklml water over has always got some excuse or other him not V bucketful this time because What is the matter roared a rough they would havo wetted themselves He voice behind the speakers This was etllCoiitnglottelllaeaees Pertont waltlngon the SIJi thuuld UK It freely Scarltt Ftrtr hat tittn known to tprcail whtre the FlulJ wat weJ Yellow Fever hai Un cured lth It Hilar Much Tuiult had taken place The wont ration Ulcerated 1 SoreThrtm t Hmull I loi Montlce and CLOVERPORT Ilawei who had approachod KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 1883 1817 NO 27 tirr r Vr f Jnyi I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I nmxiN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ them unob- Â¬ shrugging their shoulder In the corridor tiny mat the train just served Ho is gammoning his reverence sir coming along tko banisters with suppor Pompous Mr Williams tasted the prison that is all diet on tho spot What has he been saying V It is excellent cried bo so far every That the crank is too henvy for him sir and the waistcoat s strapped too tight it thing is as we could with Mr Hawes and it speaks well for the discipline and for yourseems1 said the chaplain self Who soys so Hawes bowed with a gratified air I think so Mr Hawss I will complete the inspection Will you take a bit of advice sirl If you wish a prisoner well dont you come Hawes accompanied tho gentlemen to between hira nnd me It will always be Hero Mr Williams turntho worse for hira for I am master here the outside gate ed For the last minute or two he had and master I will be replied the chaplaia I been in tbo throes of an idea and now he Mr Hawes havo never done or said any thing In the delivered himself of it It would bo well if Josephs gruel were prison to lessen your authority but pri vately I must rtmonitrato against tko un- not mado so strong for him Mr Williams was not one of thoio who common severities practiced upon prisoners in this jail If you will listen to m I often lay a great thing hut this deserves and could I confer immor- Â¬ rhall be much obliged to you if not 1 am immortality tality this of Williams should never die afraid I must as a mattor of conscience call tho attention of the visiting justices to Unlike most of the things we say it does not deserve ever to die th question It houid he avuli w Jobkhih onuEL Well parson the justices will b in th jail to day yon tell them your story and I WOE nOT MADE 80 STKOXU FOR HIM said Hawts with a will tall them mine CHAPTER XIV cool air of defiance Next day after Mr Williams had viiittd enough at five oclock in the afterSuro the female prisoners and complimented noon two of the visiting justices arrived aecompanitd by Mr Wright a young mag- Hawes onhaving initiated them into the istrate They were met at the door by tut of science he asked where the chaplain Hawes instantly dispatched n mes Hawes who wore a look of delight at their was appearance They went around tho prison senger to inquire and remembering that with him whilst In detained tbcm in the gentlemans threatened remonstrance parcenter of the building till ho had sent ried him by anticipation thu sir I have a liltle complaint Hodges secretly to undo Josephs nnd him on the crauk and here the party found to make of him Indeed I said Mr Williams what is him at work You have been a long time on tho crank that He took a prisoners part against the you may go to your my lad said Hawts discipline but he doesnt know thain and cell Josephs touched his cap to tho governor they humbug him But sir ought he to preach against mo in the chapel of the and lb gentlemen and went ofl That is a nice quiet looking boy said jail Certainly not Surely he has not been on of the justices what is ho in for He is In this time for stealing a piece guilty of sijch a breach of discipline and good taste of bref out of a Dutchsrs shop Oh but wait sir said Hawes This time what I is he a hardened of hear the whole truth and thenpelmps you will fender he does not look it II has been three times in prison once blame me You must know sir that 1 1 was in the somctimei lot out an onth for throwing stones onco for orchard-robbinarmy and we uied nil to swear there and and this time for tho beef now a little of it sticks to me in spite of What a young villain I my teeth and if his reverence had done Will you visit the coils gentlemen me the honor to take mo lo talk piivalcly said Hawes with an accent of cordial inviabout il I would have taken off ray hat to tation or inspect the book first htm but it is another thing to go and They garo precedence to the latter By tho book wus meant the log bcok of preach at me for it before nil the jail Ofcours it is Do you mean to the jail In it the governor was required to report for the justices and tho Home ho did that He did sir Of course ho did not menOffice all jail crcnts a little out of tho usual rjutinc For instance all punishments of tion my name but ho preached prisoners all considerable sickness death minutos all about swearing and they alt knaw who he was hitting I could and their supposed causes etc tic This Joiephs seems by the book to ba see tho warders grinning from ear lo ear an ill conditioned fellow he is often down as much as to say Theres another rap for you governor for puniahment Yes he hates work Abont Gillies sir Ill speak to him ringing his bell and pretending it was an Thank you sir dont be hard on him for ho is a deserving officer but if you accident Yes how old is h would givo him n quiet hint not to interfere with mo We havo all of us plenty to Thirteen do of our own in a jail if lie could but see Is this his first ofTeni Not by a good many I think gentle- it Ah here conies ihe chaplain sir I men if you were to order hira a flogging it will leave you together if you please would be better for him in the end and Mr Hawes made uff with a business Well gho him twenty lathes Kh Palair The chaplain came up and bowed to Mr mer Williams who saluted him iu turn some Mr Palmer assented by a nod 1 beg your pardon tir said Hawes what coldly There was a short silence Mr Williams was concocting a dignified but you will allow me to make a remark Certainly Mr Haws certainly rebuke Before he could get it out the I find twenty lashes all at one rather chaplain began too much for a lad of that age Now if I wished to speak with you yesterday you would allow me to divide the punish sir 1 am at your service Mr Jones ment into trto so that his hcaltk might not What b endangertd by it thou we could give is it blm tan or even twelve and after a day or I want you to look into our punish two as many more ments they are far more numerous aud That speaks wll for your humanity severe than they used to be Mr Hawes On the contrary I find them less nu- Â¬ your real we have long known merous Augh sir I sirl Why there is one punished every day I will sign the order and we authorize I have been carefully over the books you here to divide the puniikmcnt accordand I assure you there is a marked de ing te your owa suggestion order signed crease in thu number of punishments The justices then went around the cells Then they can not be all put down accompauied by Hawes They wont into Nonsense Mr Jouas nonsomo I the cells with an exprtssioc of a littlo cuAnd then tho severity of these punishriosity but more repugnance on their faces ments sirl Is it your wish that a prisoner and asked several prisoners if they were should be strapped in tho jacket so tight well and contented The men looked with that ne cannot get a finger between the the shrewdness of their class into their vis leather and his fltsh itors faces and measured them saw there Not unless ho is refractory Grst a feeble understanding secondly an But prisoners are very eoldom rofracto- adamantine prejudice saw that in those ry eyes they were wild beasts and Hanoi an Indeed That is news to me angel and answered to please Hawes you sir there are no quieter I assure whose eye was fixed on them all this time set of men thnn prisoners generally They and in whose power they felt they were know there is nothing to b gained by reAll expressed their content some in sistance tones so languid and empty of heart that Tboy are on their good behavior boforo none but Justice Shallow could havo helped you You dont see through them my seeing through tho humbug Others did it good You sir They are liko madmen better and not a few overdid it so that would take them for lambs till they break any but Justice Shallow would have seen Do you know a prisoner hero called out through them Josephs Tho justices asked where that Josephs Yes sir perfectly well cell was Hants took them to hira They Well now what is his character may I inspected him with a profound zoological look to see whether it was more wolf or usk He is a mild quiet docile lad badger Strange to say it looked neither Ha I ha I ha I I thought so Prison simple quiet youth of the human ge- Â¬ a ers arc the refuse of tho earth The govnusspecies snob ernor knows them and how to manage He is very small to bo such a ruffian A discretion must be allowed him them said Mr Palmor and I see uo reason to interfere between I am sorry Josephs said Mr Williams him and rofractory yrlsonert except when pompously to find your name so often he invites us down for punishment You are aware that several attempts at Joiephs looked up hoping to see the suicide have boen made within tho last few light of sympathy in this speakers eyes months no saw two owls faces attempting eagle Sham attempts yes Ouo was not sham sir said Mr Jones but tot reaching up to sparrow hawk and he was silent He bad no hope ef being Bravely No but he believed moreover the grim eye of Hawes Oh Jackson you moan rested on him and no feebleness in it was a lunatic and would have made away Hawes Is con Messrs Shallow and Slender receiving no with himself anywhere answer from Josephs wko was afraid to vinced of that Well sir I havo told you the fad 1 tell the triith wereucttUd and left the coll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ st Â¬ havo remonstrated iigainit the uncommon severities practiced in this jnil severities unknown iti Cuptain OConnors day And I bate received and onswered your remonstrance sir and tliero that matter ought to end This and tbo hnughly tono with which it nnd nettled the was snid diicournged chaplain he turned red and said In that case sir I have no more to say I havo diicl a gcd my conscicnec With these words ho Has about to withdraw but Mr Williams stopped htm Mr Jones do you cotisldor a clergyman justified in preaching at the people Certainly not The pulpit surely ought not lo bo made a handlo for personality It is not tho way to make tho pulpit itself respected I dont understand you sir Mr Hawes is much hurt at a sermon you preached against him A sermon against hiin nover I beg your pardon you preached a wholo sermon against swearing and Iiu swears Oh yes I remember the Sunday before last I certainly did reprobate in my discoursu the habit of swearing but no personality to Hawes was intended1 No personality intended when jou know he swears Yes but tho warders snear too Why should Mr Hnwcs take it all to himself Oh if tho turnkeys swear then it was not so strictly personal To be sure put in Mr Jones inadvertently I believe they learned it of the governor There you sec Well and even if they did not why pronth ngainst tho turnkeys why prech nt any imlhidual or upon passing events at nil I can remember the time when no clergyman throughout tho length and breadth of the Und noticed parsing etcnls from tho pulpit I am ns far from approving tho prac tice nsyou aro sir In those days the clergy and the laity rcapectcd ono another and there was pence in the church I can only repeat sir that I agree with you tho pulpit should bo consecrated to eternal truths not passing events Good I Very good I Well then Wbnt Mr Hawes complains of was n mere accident An accident Mr Jones Oh Mr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nguirtst protane discourse with tho date nt which It was first coinpoeed Hero it is sir 1itlle Stokc Mny li Well Mr Hnwcs now was thai written - against jou comcl No I confess it conld tint hut look hero if a tnnti tends n bullet into me it doesnt mailer to me whether ho made the gun on purpose or shot me out u an old one that he had got by hira Hut I tell you that 1 took the ertnon out In its turn and knew tin more whut it was about until I opened it in the pulpit than I know what this one is nbout which I am going to preach next Sunday morning it wus all chitnce It was my bud luck I suppose said Huwcs a littlo sulkily Aud mine too Could I anticipate that a discourse composed for and preach ed to a rural congregation would be deem ed to have a pcrsonnlapplication here Well no I I have now only to add that I extreme ly regret the circumstance Say no more sir When a gentloman cxprrises his rrgret to another gentleman there is atl end of tho grievance I will take care the sort of thing never hnppcns again Knotigh said sir It nover can however for I shall preach but one more Sunday here And I am very sorry for it Mr Jones And after this occurrence 1 am determined to writs both sermons for the occas- Â¬ ion so there is sure to be nothing personal in them Yts that is the surest way weill sir you and I never had but this one liltle misunderstanding and now that is explained we shall part friends A dais of ale Mr Hawes 1 dont care if I do sir the glaises war filled and emptied I must go and look nfter my chick em the justices have ordered Gillies to be flogged You will be there I suppose in half an hour Well if my attendance is not absolutely nceesiary W will excuse you sir if not convenÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DRY VALLEY Miss Kllen Razor has invented an alarm clock Lon Csshman will begin assessing the county to morrow John Shnw is angry because he got well and nobody rejoiced over it The polka dot is the moat popular thing with Dry Valley boys now The prospect for a wheat crop in this sec Â¬ tion of the county is not flattering Bro Tim of Bewleytown is in trouble because we suppose he can now get his whisky at home instead of going to Bran denburg Â¬ ient Thank 30U good morning I and the reconciled olliciali patod The pln pursued with Robinson was to keep him nt low water murk by lowering his diet without this so great was his tint ural energy and disposition to work llmt no crank excuse could have boon g t for punishing him nnd at this pctiod lie was too wise and sclf rosiraintd to give any other But after a few dajs of unjust torture he began to lose hope and with hope patience oozed nway too nnd bis enemy saw with grim satisfaction wild flafhes of mad rago come every now nnd then to his eye hauler and hnrder to supprrst He will break out before long snid Hnwcs 10 himself and then Robinson saw the ganiejmul ailccp daik hatred of his enemy fought on the side of his prudence This bitter raging stiuggle of contending passions in the ihiefs heart harmed his soul more than bad years of buiglnry and petty larceny All tbo vices of th old jail system are nothing compared with tho diabolical effect of solitude on a heart smarting with daily wrongs Brooding on self is always corrupting but lo brood on self and wrongs is to ripen for madnesi murder and all crime Be tween Robinson and these tkero lay one little bit of hopo only one but it was n reasonablo one There was an official in the jail possessed of a large independent authority and paid Robinson argued lo take tho aide of humanity in tho place This man wns the representative of the national religion in tho jail as Hawes was of tho law Robinson was too sharp nt picking up every thing in his way and bad been too often in prisons and their chapela not to know that cruelty and injustice aro contrary to the Goipel and to the national re ligion which is iu a great measure founded thereon Ho thereforo hoped and believed the chaplain of the jnil would couio between him and his prosecutor if ho could be made to understand tbo caie Now it happened juit after tho justices had thrown cold water on Mr Jones littlo expostulation that Robinson was pinned to the wall jammed in tho waistcoat and throttled in the collar He had been thus some time when casting his despairing eyes around they alighted upon tho comely resptclablo faco of Mr Jones Mr Jones was looking gravely nt the victim Robinson devoured him with his eyes and ears He heard him say iu au under Â¬ tone What is this for Haint dnno his work at Ihe crank was the answer Then Mr Jones after taking another look at the sufferer gavo a sigh and walked Robinsonii hopes from this cntlo away manroso moreover part of his sermon noxt Sunday Inveighed ngainst inhumanity and Robinson who bad no conception the sermon was several years old looked on it ns aimed at Hawes and his myrmidons Not long after this to his delight the chap He seized this oplain visited him alone portunity of secuting the good mans interHe told lit iu in glow ference in his favor ing words tho whole stoiy of his suflcriugs and with a plain and manly eloquence np pealed to him to mako hi chapel word good and come between the bloodhounds and their prey Sir there ate twenty or thttty poor fellows besides me llmt will bless your four bones night and day if y nil will but put out yoer hand and lave us from being ubuied like dogs and nailed to the wall liko kites We ure not vermin sir wo nnd weasels Many n worse man is abroad arc men than we that are caged hero like wild beast Our bodies are meui bodies sir and our Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jones I Â¬ sy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bt Â¬ Â¬ An accident which I undcrtako to ex plain to Mr Hawes himself By all means that will bo the best way of ranking friends again I need not tell you that n jail could not go on in which ihe governor and the chnphtiu did not pull together The fact is Mr Jones tho clergy ol late hnve been assuming a littlo too much and that has made the laity a litle jealous Now although you aro a clergyman you ire Her Majestys servant so long ns you are here nnd must co operate with the general syttcm of the jail Come sir you are younger than I am let me give you a piece of advice Dont over step your duly etc In this strain Mr Williams pumped a stream of titne honnrcd phrases on his hearer nnd dissolved away with him ns tho overflow of a pump carries away a straw on its shallow stream down a stable yard When the pump was pumped dry ho stopped Then the chaplain who had liitencd with singular politeness got in a word You forgot sir I havo resigned tho chap laincy of the jail Obi ah yes well then I need say more sir Good dny Mr Jones Good morning sir Soon after this up carao Hawes with a cheerlul countenance Well parson arojou to manage tho prisoners and I to preach to them or are we to go on as we aro Things aro to go on as they are Mr Hawes but that is nothing to me I have discharged my conscience I have remonstrated agalnH tho severities practised on our prisoners Cold wtcr bus boen thrown on my remonstrances nnd I shall thereforo interfere no moro That is tho wise way to look at It you may depend I Wo liall see which was in tho right I have discharged my conscience But Mr Hawes I nm hurt that you should say I preached a sermon against you I dare my you are sir but who began it If you had not talked of complaining to the justices of mo I should never havo said a word agaimt you That is all settled but It Is due to my character to show you that I had no intention of pointing at you or any living creature from the pulpit Well mako me believe that If you will do me the favor to come to my room I can prove it to you The chaplain took tho governor to his room and opened two drawcis in a mosiive table Mr Hawes sold he do you seo this pllo of sermons in this right hand diawer7 I sea them said Hanoi with a doleful air and I suppose I shall hear some of them before long These said Mr Jones smiling with perfect good humor at the innocuous sneer are sermons I composed when I was cur ato of Little Stoke Of late I have been going regularly through my LIttlo Stoko discourses as you may soe I lake ono from tho pile in this drawer ami after first preaching it In the jail I plnco it in the loft drawer on the smaller pile That you maynt preach It again by ac Well that is business cident If jou look into the left pile near the top you will find the one I preached Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Owen county giant and James St Clair of the Clifton Mills district can both Wash Avit of tho lake in their horns Union Star district is nineteen carj old ilx feet five inches in his sock feet nnd weighs one hundred and ninrly eicht pounds and more than t1 at hs height is not nil iu his legs Clint and Ilel Arjabright were wel Â¬ comed back into the married circle last night by a choir of between ono and iwo hundred boys paeh armed with a horn bell and tin pan Now may their future be brighter than their past may they meet with no moie jar but go on their wny re Â¬ joicing and sin 110 more Mrs Mudd Alice Hawthorne has made She is all the tngo a mash in these brush now and cspeciallynmong the old bach elors hitherto considered invincible Tho last seen of Joseph AdUsaon and Harmon Parks they were in the top of a tall sapling bending it over a cliff n little less than a hundred feet high The general supposi tion is that they wero trjing to commit Su Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sancide Bro Cabannijs field litQr of the Recor der delivered a lectute Inst Saturday nt Walnut Grove Church on the heathen Chi Your corri poidint was not foiiu nee nato enough to be present but litis be told by those who weio that the leclu e whs n rare treat bin ready wit nt limes throw ing the ltnuc into con vtiliiiusofmeiriincui ard again by his logical rearoniugand flow nf xntnry ho wuuld hod the uutl em e spell 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bound for ninny minutes so long indeed that the ailcmc often became painful NlS Kruni Anotbtr Corroipondont Frank will you now- - no you keep out of tho ash box say hes it Jolly boy alio lamce Thats right Lizzie pinch blood blisters on the boys chins when they go to kiss you at socials Ruth how did you and Willie find all tho We hope you en folks up at Ucwleyvilie joyed your visit hugely Bobbio Hardin did have her party at Rab last and it whs an enjoyable affair bit stole n pnmpkin was tho leading play and we all played it with a vim and wed rather you would not forget it Sam Robertson paid n visit to the Tar Springs nnd that terrible mustache of his Â¬ was so much in the way when ho went to drink tar water that he had to get snme ono Come up lo hold It back whilo he drank Jakey Asia went to sro his gurl1 and staid 10 that when site went into her mothers room to rot ire and began to stir up the firb and light a lump the latter awoke and ex Â¬ claimed Why Hello what are j ou gelling up so soon for Into Christmas holiday are ovor and with tbom our lively little social parties while tho visitors that wero spending the holidny a with us havo gono to their sevoral homes We never saw as mrtuy dark cloudy days ns there wero during Christmas Miss Nannie wont to tho ball nnd came Shu nway minus her hat aid overshoes hat until nlie reached said she f rgot Why Mss Naviule that is wnrso homo than befalls tho bay who aro In the habit Did you havo of going lo Uncle Franks your b title nlo ig anl nl o stop at Undo tc Â¬ FrnnkV Smuit Aikik Farmer nnd nthor desiring n genteel lucrative ngency business by which 3 Iu 20 a day can be earned send addrins at Co ence on postal to II 0 Wilkinson 195 and 197 Fulton Street New York MMgllnSSSSSSSSSrSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSr y f jjUflH SttttttlB II WiilMMMiMWHBIWWlMMMBWWWBMIWMWBWWWMMBWWPWrw t- - When our cause were he to bt derated to tho chltf notch nals and promoter of crim That the lino from West Point to -- 1 -JNEWS lCro Ihc lavish cinof nature Her bus- - tanet became ton burdonsome to hear with- magistracy they wtmld lis n Uratcd to tho Shnwiieelown will bo built there is no long I A 5 hand ttnnbla 1o arcotnpntiy her to thla out flinching wo would exort ourselves to obscurity whera they properly belong I er enough quettlon to hang a doubt upon rtdncc them by making crime unpopular And shnmo upon the party should it per- But that it shall pats through our town VKINIlAYtYXl7AUY2i 18SU country profiled her with a chaperon and punishment prompt certain and se Â¬ mit itself to be controlled and ruled by po- will be for our people to determine Tho who potsrssril the esteem and confidence t- lMltor oflioth In Nw York Mm L formed the vere During the reign of the Third Grorgo litical hireling nnd frci lances who serve back routo pcoplo aro moving determin vci ncuunintancc if Mr iehlmrdt a b aitilcas highwaymen thronged every highway In alone for pay and earn not nhnt flag they edly in the matter of securing it along the I i Tor Unvcrimr i ii Cm Kngland No one was safe on any rond fight under so that plunder and pillage is old survey that passes through Hardins SubMttnthedoclalonof tho Dcmorrntlo Party i burg and under the consolidated charter nnd robberies and murders were every assured thcmT f P j Ho J lMtOCTOH KNOTT f Marlon if they can rnitn the 250000 of earnest presents upon ncr nmi uincu nun winru day occurrences throughout tho kingdom A MOphL OFFICIAL aubacri tlon and wo fall they will gel the 1 he The existing laws were found inadequate her in Ida bachelor npartments Mnr Ass hnd i might n lover We do not apprehend any trouble Dr Reuben H Gale of Owen county road chaperon wnrncd her that the was serious- for their suppression and parliament was filled nov was her hearts drtirr ly coniproiuiring her reputation The in forced to the step of enacting laws making wat appointed superintendent of lbs An in raising the amount allotted to us but lie wn forty and somMhinc omt dignant benuty ja the prudent com r an- the hundreds responsible for whatever chorago lunatic asylum by Governor close fistedness and the erroneous convic And many took him fur her are nf crime was committed in their respec Blackburn over other physicians of emi tion that tha rond will bo compelled to and it being galli rlnl Marjr Ann ion a Hes no such thing This proved to bo tho sal nence and experience in the treatment of come to our city may defeat the enter vanted over the country by this Gibhardt tive limits Iter cerulean eyes both flnOnnz fire Personally Dr Gale Is a clev- Â¬ prise so far as Cloverport is concerned vation of tha conntry As soou as tho tbo insane who is neitLcr a relative nor old friend Yes lie t I quoth thr funny mnn Railroads aro not built for people who are 1 his is certainly unwise in her- particu landed gentrjr nnd other tnxpaycrs found er inoffensive gentleman Professionally The wholotnwn knows ho Isynur i ijslicr larly after llio unenviable notoriety La has that they had to foot the bills and make ht will never be quoted as authority in simply willing to let them come to their Icon Is innit irnnicul when it is railing broitcht upon her if it ia not a direct de- good the loiscs they bestirred themselves medical jurisprudence The truth is Dr doors bur for the other people who will Help mo fiance of public sentiment If Mr Oeb to see that outlaws were arrested and Gale is more of a politician than a physi- help to bring it to their doors A nttrxti in tocd ia a friend who feed cian The first we knew of him was before always did and always will starve lo death brought to speedy and condign punishment lmrdt were himself the chivalrous gontlc Tits avalanche ia the Swiss Highland man that ho luuients the newspaper folk Such a law would prove tnrst beneficial In the late war of the rebellion when he turn- while Hclp mytclf alwayt did and always flltiB- rot being ho would relieve the lady of this ttate When we fiad ourselves com ed up at Frankfort ns a member of the will prosper and wax great and ri h 1c Sweet Owen Ll Siner dolence shivers In rags while Industry is suspicion by withdrawing his compromis- pelled to pay the expenses of crime out of Irtritlatnrn from Suui pox patients nro objects to be ing attentions return to his fast life in oar own poike s instead of the entire then Iir lina etthitr held office nr endevm- - warmly clad and warms bv the fire it has pitted Apathy is a New York and leave her to the protection state being compelled to liquidato them as ed to hold office with a pcrsfrlonry that taken tho troublo lo build soirylank lean and hungry cur that is We glad TtlL sailor luy was rucked in the cradle of thnt sentiment in the breasts of tbo at prcient wo will bo certaii to exert our did not Improve him ns a physician cnouEh to gnaw a bare bone whila of the dc p American public that never yet hat selves in behalf of law and order and zeal believe that for some years prior to his ap- Knlerprito it a blooded beast that is con- Â¬ ous in the suppression of crime And such pointment to the Anchorage asylum he tent to run down the swift footed hare for hounded down an honest woman endeav Is the phnrinacy of low it kiss is the oring to make nn honest If Cloverport would gain the held a potition of some kind on the Short his meal livins in an hon a Inw would be both proper and just road and make of itself a town of which elixir of two lip Line road from Louisville to Cincinnati est calling That is nil that is necessary the present Cloverport will be Tiir DEMOCRACY ASD CIVIL It will be remembered thnt several travesty then she must catch bnl a sorry hold and Iv srlecling n wife always chooto tho for Mr Oeblmrdt to do if the womnn is SER VICE REFORM months ago an inmate of tho atrium help herself to attain the eminence we all not wise enough or strong enough to dishom mail art cle long and hope for A few democratic papers in this state named Janseu wat murdered by duck continue his unnecessary and compromisIIvrnitUHV is the huinago vice instinc- ing acquaintance of her own volition Shu have tsken up tho senseless cry of General ing by nn atlendnnt or warden ot tlio LOUISVILLE MARKET REPORTS tively renders to virtue Thanks to Dr may bo an innocent woman yet nnd we Williams againtt tho Pendleton bill and asylum named Maddox Itloiiduyt January 23 1883 asserting thnt it is a measure intended to John R Holt of this city who had been Hvrnv noting girl thinks tho future of the hope she is but it is not Mr Gobhardts confined in tho asylum to break him of the mvi stock fault that she is one and it will certainly retain republicans in office It ia nothing verb to love ii to marry butchers f4 ISS 25 not be his fault if she leaves these shores of tho sort Senator Williams who never morphine habit the murder was exposed Cattlr Heat good Medium to 3 74al IS as innocent ns she came An idle young was a democrat save in name and who and the murderer arrested Recently he Common tn medium 1 00 Wiut is a roc by any other name Thin rough steers pourcowstc 3 ollnil 10 man of fashion does not pursue a pretty would to day bo n republican of republi was tried in tho Louisville circuit court on Tiilinagc Arcse by another name is Oxen good and cxtia 4 CCiil 50 the charge and Dr Gale was summoned married lady as he is pursuing Mrs Lang- - cans were the iabjes turned and tho deCommon got up 00 t try for any good object That is the long mocracy in as hopeless a minority in Ken- - as one of the witnesses for the defense Ilunn Choice to extra heavy 6 30itd 35 He was subjected tn a rigid examination cnllad bugle trimmings be and the short of the vrholo matter Fair to good heavy arc 0 256 30 tacky as the republicans ara has no just Mixed and rough heavy i ini 00 cause the old man blows so over the dress conception of democracy He has nil his in the course of which ho ndmitttd under lood to choice light 0 2Poo 35 oath that he never had read n medical makers bill THE SUPPRESSOX OF CRIME life been an office seeker and the most and Common light and stackers 5 JCjio 10 4 505 00 work on insanity that he was ignorant of inrcr- Extra 120 Hi wether The state is a community of mutual in- the best years of that life were spent in ac A Common to modluin The men nho owe debts of gratitude are Wtyt 50 tive hostility to democrats nnd democratic the names of ttandnrd writers on the sub Common 3 00JJ 00 numerous ns the stars but thote who pay terests subdivided into lessor communities A i0a5 00 Wo have no doubt that he is ject thnt his asylum was the only one in Iamiis Hxta shipping known as counties The law is machinery measures them are scarce as comets Common tu medium 3 5Uyt 25 the civilized world he thought however designed to enable these lesser communi- sincere in his belief that the spoils should Mir Toiurco Davi Fender of the Arkansas Tooth- ties to work harmoniously together in tho be seized and divided among themselies that he had read or heard of another one Dark nnd heaty Hurley in France where the cruel barbarous aid A spoilsman himself pick waft married the other day He is limits of the greater one nnd to insure by the democracy 3 t07j3 75 Traal 3 00jj 3 75 1 A 50i 00 hu has no idea that a political organiza- murderous system of ducking patients is Com to incd lugs 0 CO now u womans I Fender protection to the lives and property of the A 75i5 25 loud t fino lugs 5 Wy A 50 tion can bold any other aim exist for practiced and finally thnt all tho infor- Common leal citizens thrcof as well as to secure and I 7 5010 00 00 A snrr answer may turn nvay wrath any other object Democracy true de mation he possesses on the subject of in Modluia dark or coarrc500 7 Ma 8 50 maintain general peace but it is safer to trust your legs when the tanity ho picked up from reading the Medium amooth and bright 10 0 Vt 4 00 Laws good enough in themselves were mocracy is the instinct of patriotism re Uood smooth and bright 15 00I7 00 othT party is fighting mad newtpapert I they strictly construed nnd impartially ad- Â¬ solved into practice The genuine demoPine smooth and bright 18 0020 00 -One would reasonably suppose that after crat thinks of country first and self Inst is the nume of a new paper just ministered arc frequently transformed into Iifk such public confession of ignorance and It fJlvra UsBlvemul Sliillafactloii He requites of those entrusted with the sturtcd in New York As we are not mur evils that amount almost to menaces against IiKiTciiriKLD Kr Nov 15 1882 Dr our wondei folly and fear management of public affairs capability incompetency derously inclined we mutt decline to take the public peaco human life and private fully humanitarian governor would not W II Wiiitk Dear Sir Please send If ho bo deficient mo 1 dozen Lunc Ralsnm I havo never Thit it not the fault of the industry and honesty properly Life hesitate a moment in removing Dr Gale soldnny medicine that has given tho satis i -- - i laws but of the judges and the juries who in these or any ona of these ho is unfit to Two young gentlemen named Camp and pervert them and tho executives who an- hold office Tho provisions of tho Pendle from the position ho is unqualified to oc- faction for what it proposes to euro as Whites Lung Dalsam Yours Ac Grove in love perforated thcmtclvcs nul their edicts by lavish use of the par- ton bill applied to those now in office cupy and appoint some one who knows W V Wokthau snmetbing about the treatment of minds would reduce that grand army of barnacles with pistol balls nt New Orleans Sunday doning power Of course it it but natural Tailor Slaion came down from Hardint Ilit he has done Love indeed rules tho Camp the court tbo that the citizens who arc law abiding should to a wonderful extent and applied to ditonscd in his slcad Dr Gale was ap- burc Friday night and overhauled Chat those atpiring to the vacancies would in- nothing of the sort Grove protest against the increase of crime thus Weatherfnrd who as making hit wny for sure an influx of faithful and competent pointed in the first place because he it th Toxnsand Inning some small bills behind Distimiiriks and democracy yells the fostered and madcto multiply But they aro personal friend nf thn executive nnd n He paid up like a man and went on his public servants Danville Tiibunc nro the curses of Ken- wrong in attaching all the blame to tho laws As his ignorance incom waj rejoicing Besides it is in strict accord with the good democrat to the courtsto tho jut iesor to the executive tucky And yet the ungrntcful Tribune is declarations of tho democratic platforms petency and brutality does not ehaugc thn I5y risking ton niiuli we may lose the indebted to the distilleries for nn office for The responsibility rests in grsat measure of 17 and 1880 Killing Wort We can not ht this friendly lolntions bctwoen them and cer- little ilmt nn had before with debauched public sentiment Human its whilom pieacher cditor trial This given writing put our hand on the platform of tainly dues not impinge upon thn angelic ii Ks nothing In t n itarinnisni is an excellent thing when conA nntuit of Oale a democracy it is safe to it frnrs no him of faith in lit virtue 187C but that ol 1880 contains this plank Mn K no lady wiilcs from Oregon resolution to restore- to the fined to its proper sphere the relief of dis For thirty astcit that he will not bo removed which is the seventh resolution years I have been afflicted with kidney gocrnmont 10000000 acres of public tress and the amelioration of the condiWe coiiiplnints Twopavkcgcsiif Kidney Wort Uut when it es tion Inexecrate the course of this administralandn of which it was defrauded by the tion of the unfortunate making places in tho civil serrlco a re hae done mo more good ihnn nil the med THE RAILROAD Northern Pacific railroad swindle wns says the role of comforter of outlaws and ward fur political crime nnd demand a rfirn 1 icine nnd doclora 1 have bad before For a week past there has been much believe it ia n sure euro Killed in committee by the vote of the re wetnurte to crime when it throws itself as by statute which shall make It forever tmpoi far a a shield between law and its victim then tiblo seat defented candidate to bribo his waj commotion and myslciy among the mag publican members to tho of a usurper y billotlns villains it becomes a curse a bitter damning nates of this important enterprise Rep upon the people A Yoi so mnn named Price at the Hun sore eating curse to tha community The Kentucky democracy as well as the rcsentaties of the eastern syndicate of And cock mines celebrated Christmas by swal tho public sentiment that acquiesces in and democracy of every other state in the capitalists have been in Lonitvillo and are lowing a siher dollar which abides in him measurably approves this interference with union cordially endorsed NOTICE that declaration now on the lino below thit cilj There is yet It can not be tho girl that marries the course of justice in ittelf is not with- for reform in the civil service and in some a settled determination to build the rond All persona knowing thrmeelro indebted to him thnt she obtained a husband without out blame Then the remedy for the ttate of the states notably Ohio the state con- nnd back routers are coming to the fore the undersigned will plonso come fornard and mouey and without Price of things now existing must begin by ventions approving the action of the na- with various nnd sundry propositions ot settle at once thcrebj paving cost rULIIAM nOUKRTS medicining public sentiment to a hoalthy tional convention went so far as to adopt nid Tn i democratic state convention has been We confess that wc are unable lo divine This can not be done with argument resolutions corollary to that of the untion tone THE COMMON SCHOOL called to mcct at Louisville on Wednesday I aw Article 5 Section C rends ai follows nor by pleading Both have been effectu al platform The Ohio resolution reads as what is in the wind When we inquiro at May 13 nnd the county conventions to seally tried by tho press and pulpit with follows headquarters we get lota nf it but so be onceHo the school commlsaioner ahall at least dclcgatfS thereto are appointed for Sat- Â¬ during tbo year vlait eaeb dlstrlet fohool lect signal failure as the reward of their cfTorts Ilesolced That we are in favor of a eivit fogesd with circumlocutionary revealing In bis eounty and investigate and direct the urday the 5th of the same month Some Then reformation must tako place in public service reform wherobj olTees shall be held to that we are completely fuddled Hut we operations nf tho school system and promote bo public trusts to be ndmlnlstered far thnpub dissatisfaction is expressed over the late by addresses and otherwlso the causo cf comand aval mon school education sentiment boforo crime can be suppressed lio good not spoils to he enjoyed as the reward can gleam from the confusion ness of the date but that will speedily wear The quottion is how to go about it anche of explanation ei partisan teal or service that tho line origioff NOTICE This has tha true ring of the sterling nally surveyed it preferred by the project ADMINISTRATORS Mako psuedo sentimentalism costly Last week tho old world not to bo out Sympathy is something of which wo nil coin of Jeflersonian democracy It i ors yet its being somewhat longer and All persona having claims against thn oatnlo done by the now furnished a horror that possess too much and as it cotts us nothing truth wedded to broad and unselfish pa perhaps more costly to construct than a of Mra Faille Adkiiion deceaacd aro hereby completely dwarfs the Milwaukee hotel dis- henco wo give it freely A man is killed tnotism It is the essence nnd kernel of more direct lino from West Point to Ow notified to bring them forward properly proved for payment before the 20th day of May next aster During tho performance of a circus He is dead nnd sympathy is wasted on genuine democracy It was uttered by onsboro the contractors require that at IP81 or they wilt bo furover barred T1IOS ADKIrlROX nt Hctdichev Poland the structure caught him it can not recnll the life that seeped the democracy that sent Mr Pendleton to least J30000 of the second mortgage in January 22 lfi13 Administrator fire nnd before tho audionco could escape out tho bullet hole or ran in red torrents the federal senate and was tho inspiration come bonds be takcrl by the people along or his bill building wns in a blaze the sun eyed linct Thee bonds aro a Three from tho knife gash Ilcnco the folly of iho entire ESTRAY NOTICE Suppose that his measure may bo im- mortgage on tho road and all itt propcity hundred persons perished in the flumes wasting it on the daad man Hut the act Taken up as a ttraj by Allen Whltwortti perfect in some of its details we presume very different from and much better than i n urucr nag siuricu iuo corK in wuicli wo living some milot southeast of Hardlnaburg Till enlightened and critical editor of hao It bottled and wc must pour it some that even General Williams would not common stock and aJI the advantages of on the Hardlnaburg and Ieltoufield road the Oensboio Post Judge Crnycroft not where have tbo audacity to impeach its spirit it such ttbtcriptinn it offered to the ronple Whore bolter than on the unfortu a Timnn yeah stbbii only forcibly but olegatitly nnd eloquently nalo murderer who is doomed henceforth is a stop and a long and comprehensive It will cost millioni of dollnn to build and marked with an upper slope In each ear dark utters tho following self evident truth to wnlk among his fellowmen with the step in me rignt direction rou wait back ana considerable white n tho Should it equip the road but tho capitalists require upper part of hit face Apnraisod by the un The career of Hon J Proctor Knott in brand of Cain upon his brow and the undy- prove on actuul trial to bo defective in this carnett on tho part of the people at n derstzned at 15 Given under my hand this political life his ilefiVrsnninn democracy 2Sth day of Oeoember 1882 ing worm of remorse always gnawing at his somoofits machinery it will be an easy condition precedent to its construction It his fine legal and pnlili his altuiiinients k n ESKnmnn nc heart with thu shadow cf his victim stalk malter foi a democratic congress to amend remains new to be seen whether our pco Â¬ A copy Attest oil arguments commend him to the en- ing over at his side during the strengthen its wenk places and alimi plo will be frightened off by this new and hours of day it WILIi MIIiTiKR OIlCC lightened judgment calm thought and pa nnd haunting his pillow in the darkness and nalo that which is useless and cumber unexpected feature of affairs nnd permit tiiotic consideration of democrats for gov- silence of the night What good will THE NORMAN STALLION it do tome In framing tho bill Mr Pendle- other communities to securo the location The signs in tho political sky ernor to hang tho poor fellow will not ton but gave substanco and shape to the of tho road That point to his nomination Tho people bring As an evidence of their own good faith the other poor fellow back to life and declaration of two national democratic quickened by his services in their behalf his fnmily Besides would it not be sup conventions and carried out n declaration the syndicate do not requiro the payment mo moving in his fnvor plementing ono murder with another And that amounted to a command of tbo de- of a dollar of these subscriptions to tbeso bondt until they have completed tho road Tiis following wired from Washington so wo go slobbering over the rascal who mocracy of his own state Let tho democratic parly or any con- to Owentborn and have it in operation to the New York Sun under dnto of tho 1 1th in nine rases out of ten no moro regards instant indlcntcs thnt Joe Illackburns nn his act than tho butcher does the net of siderable portion thereof assume an atti- which latter they propose to do within xioty to attain the speakership or the in killing a beef our women visit him in jail tude of hostility to the spirit of the Pendle- eighteen months from this time Wo are also permitted to state that all if ho is young nnd good looking wo tend ton measure or even to tbo mcaturo itsolf tensity of his hatred for Mr Carlisle has him nice dinners and tea tit bits and then and we would not givo a fig for its chance tha necessary contracts for building the turned hit brain nbout cf aver regaining nicendancy in the gov road ironing it and placing upon it all Congressman Joe Hlackburn U campaigning when ho is tried conIctcd and sentenced osterday vigorously Tor tha speakership Let it boldly come out in tho nocessary rolling stock for passenger and wo hasten to append our names to fen id ernment Cnsgrtiiniin Kllli of Louisiana mot lllack petitions for executivo clemency You ice guisa of a spoils parly devoted to tpoilin froight traffic have been signed sealed burn In tho appropriation comuiitteoi room Joe go fur Kills pledge all this costs nothing and we gain for our tion and with the declaration that tha ofÂ¬ and delivered a corps of competent engi Hald Hiscoek htm fices nro spoils to be enjoTad as the reward neers has been organized and is reudy to solves great rcputationi for humanity No Will is aglast rat Hald Hlackburn Hut suppose this hothouse cultivation of of partisan zeal or service and tha very take tho field to mako the working surveys and for Carlisle Kaid Kills s Yes I am against you crinio cost ut money suppoto we bad to first general election there will not be the moment the directory through Presi Weight 15J0 lbs will stand the entire year Keeps constantly on hand Fresh Bread Cakes and a nico attort Then Hlackburn rebuked Kills for supporting reach down in our pockets anil pay for the enough of it left to swear by 1st alone to dent Pierce shall telegraph them that the 1883 at the sttblet of E Ogtotby one balf mile Carlisle nnd reminded lilm Hint Curlmo win wast of Cloverport Ky ment Candies Nuts Canned Goods Tobacco and Cigars Oranges Liia furnish occasion for n funeral subscription to the additional and requisite not luppoied to favor tho MIiimIj rlereoin pleaturo of sympathizing with tho slayers ursouiPTioit ons nnd Domcstio Fruits ralnlun Tlila touched tllii sad looie rather of men would wo Indulgo as indistrinusly It it Mr Pendletons misfortune to be a stock bat been made Of this sum the Horculas wattbrce years old last August la hut word I followed prominence in his parly whoto directory are confident that they will raise IS hands hlght Iron gray largo Hal bone wo now do Not to any remarkably lib man of At Uit llUckburn twitted Million hli fulluro as beauwell proportioned Suppose that the expanse of n am o has been mentioned in connection 5000 along tha line between Writ Point heavily muscledneck and flno stylo body action to prevent the uppolntruont nf Ibe ipccUl Mil rial extent tiful head aad and He told Hllli thsllt every criminal prnrecutinn Inlaid river coiainleilon with the presidency always on hand and served in any stylo on short notieo Dont and at onct he is and hero 95000 additional in hit city to that occurs in wil very itrango thnt a IouliUna member tho courts nf this county had to be defrayed inado tlio lurget of the cabals in the Inter and from assurances made to us by res drop in awl see mo when you como to Uardinsbure should hare allowed the reiolutlon appointing 820 will be eharfed of whiob IS cash It ser through when by thu pcoplo of tho county through taxes ests of oilier democratic aspirants And ponsible gentlemen of means on the Pell vice money and 15 Insurance to be paid when thnt cnwinlttee to have ALBERT FAIIRENBERG an objection would havo killed It yet ho is more worthy the confidence and villo route wo are confident they can so the mare Is known to bo In foali 15 cash by levied on their properly for thnt purpose Kills pruletied to lo nitoniiheil Hint IllmK tho season and f 10 cash for the single leap And applause of the parly than all other lead cmo f 10000 between here nnd Onronsboro bura hbiild nllow hit anxiety to be speaker to wouldn t we all sing another tunu Parting with the inaro before alio is known to carry him so fnr ai to make moh a taunt ai that thnt is the only means of teaching tho pub- sis combined for he is Ihu only one who They will then have tho wealthy counties of be In foal will forfeit tho Inturanco money Ctro be taken to and then they irparatod per Dulets Henderson and Union to canvass will bo responsible prevent accidents but wo will lic conscience nnd forcing Iho people to do has the moial courage hardihood should any occur not haps is tha most appropriate word lo at in tho two latter of which there has been duly You ore cordially Invited to call and ozsmlaa Oxi word as tn Mrs Inngtry nnd hsr their our bono boforo selecting another to breed from tempt to put into practice what has hereto lio effort heretoforo to securo tubictlptions Our remedy is this Let the next legisla It may bo true defender Mr Gobhnrdt There Is no other breed of horses to well adapt Â¬ that tlioia oxltts between ihcni nothing ture pats u bill making every county pay fore been but a profession of tho parly Wo think therefore that it may be tnfely ed to tho wants of our farmers or uu which ws It may tha expenses of all the crimes hereafter Ho it at onco nrcustd nf having performed calculated that tho entire sum will bo oan so turoly dopcud for Improvement In tho moro than n platoulo friendship character and form uf our mongrel broedt ho true that many of the comments of tho committed within ils borders and nllow this patriotic duly soltly from interested raited within the next twenty dais and FlIOlUIFTOltH bo measured by tha rules of parents widows nnd children of patties motives hoping to be rewarded therefor that in ton days thereafter work will be press can not TllOkUS iBKLSXHPf J fl StBIHSSS Sliaine commenced upon tho road by tha presidential nomination bo murdered cause by action Hancock Co Ky Holts Ky chivalry towards woman Yet it Is equal who may JJ Oolinby Manager D lUuaisToH So far as Cloverport is concerned wa This upon tlioto curs thai ara ever barking ly true thnt she and ho havo given most against the county for damages Clovorport Ky Holts Ky I Shame upon- - tha hopo lhat it it not necessary for cs to as Â¬ excellent mid tungibla ground for tho would bring us face to face with the iilack down honest merit Marts from a distance fed or grated for a rea Â¬ Klio titirn nliacM nf li li m n f lift rlniif m til nit ltd demagogues who would tlriko down tha sure our people that tho opportunity to se sonable prWe No tctpontlblllty for accidents obtained Myle nf comment that has 1 hraveet and the purett of our leaders be curo iho roafl hers ha rtacbtd tha last ormaies OdLKSBV Is n nuriKd woman prslng in public ns a naked deformity as tho protector of criini bREGKENRIDGE 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VJTJT T- JV JM - Â¬ JJ P ivwi irrtii I hi ll - CLEARANC ESALE ran ihu i S Â¬ Â¬ tickcl-of-lcav- c OF Â¬ Â¬ HOLIDAY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GOODS Â¬ BEGINS THIS DAY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BABBAGES IN ALL LINES itU Â¬ Tur iy - Â¬ 1 REDUCTIONS ft K Â¬ Â¬ 0i5 Â¬ C Â¬ 1 Â¬ i Â¬ READ REFLECT AND ACT Â¬ rias Â¬ Toys Â¬ Dolls Vases Sleds Books Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ its Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Toilet Sets Work Boxes Writing Desks lir Picture Frames Autograph Albums Photograph Albums Willow Work Stands Mew Advertisements Rocking Horses Toilet Sets Shell Boxes Dressing Oases Baby Carriages Doll Houses and Cradles Houses and Alphabets And every thing you can think o that will amuse and instruct the little folk all at your own prices in order clean out the oo stock Â¬ Â¬ Drums Shell Boxes fc Â¬ jp t i Â¬ Â¬ NOW IS YOUR CHANCE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to secure handsome presents at a JOHN D BABBAGE small outlay CILY BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY HERCULES 2nd A FAHBEKBEBa DE3axdIrLSbUxg p ZECsr s Â¬ Â¬ r es h o x s m Â¬ ilid TBBMS t mm s fil s V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Has just received and offers for sale DOORS SASH WINDOW GLASS A J JOHNSON c T -- 1 Â¬ Also Contractor and Builder Work done in modern style and on reason- - 1 able terms sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssMssssMssssssssssBisMs sBssssssssssriHilssssssssssssssssssssBisssssssssssssssssssss SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsyTr LLkLLLLLLLLLLLHKfll jjjjjjjBSBSBijBPlr MBBSBSMgaSISBBiSBBBBglSBgaSSBBBBBMCSr- J K V sold his crop ol tubneco in Louiivillo last week for 16 60 per hundred It wis of the White Hurley variety nnd exceedingly fine Monday T L Miller hns a nice line of Stores Mr John Mllnnl and wife of Loulivllle nro Tinware and Hardware for the spnnctrmlo hre un a rlU If you need any thing In this line Jake Squire W n Hrhcnr of Stephen port was can supply you Ilis prlcss aro always tho week Id the city last lonott MIm Kate Ilalbage hail a illght Attack of For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you pneumonia lest week have n minted gitnrnntee on every bottle Cnpt A M Pulllam of Hardlnsborg went of Shilohs Vitnllzor It never fails to euro Sold by A It Fisher Cloverport and to Loulirlllo Sunday night Beard k Heeler Haiditisburg Mill Betlte Webb of IiOutsrllle It rlilllng W T Sulzer and John Nevian whllo her aunt MnTalbott at Iellchflold Mrs W T McOery It Wilting lur ilitcr Bkating on the creek Monday afternoon broke through tho ice Fortunately tho Mrs JuJgo llrashear at Stephensport only damage sustained was a thorough MeMri S 11 Adklsson and II U Ilaklnln ducking tor each of Cllftun Mills were In town lnit week on a The Kev Geo II Thayer of Bourbon flying justness trip Ind says Both myself nnd wife owe our manager of the Louis Mr 0 B Wheetor Sold ylllc Tobacco Annotation Louisville was horo lives to Shltos Consumption Care 11 Fisher Cloverport by A and Beard fc Saturday In the lntereit or the houio Heeler Hnrdinsburg Her J 8 Beobee of Oneneboro waa hare Capt Henry DeBua manngcr of the CinPnnday attending hli aecond quarterly meeting cinnati Cooperage Conipnny while hero He left ycitorday morning for Ioularlllc nor W Ii Dempscv of NailiTllle Tenn Mondny took in n thousand dollar incomo bond and donated the right of way through conducted prayer ineoting senlccs ntthe M 11 nil his lands in this section Church South here last Thursday night Are you made miserable by Indigestion Mr W It IJnwmor was eillod toShelbyrlllo last week to ico his daughter Miss JJelllowho Constipation Dizziness Lois of Appetite Intelllgonco was re alck was reported quite Yellow Skin Shilos Vitalircr is a posiceded hero fiuudny that aho was rcry much tive cure Sold bv A It Fisher Cloverbetter whkh was right good news to her mother port and Heard Heeler Uardiusburg LOCAL nRUVITIEII We have an inkling lhat one or two of our enterprising capitalists intend to coin The ico houses nro all full mence In the enrly spring the erection of a fine business block tho first floor for The river is rliinz rapidly stores andthe second for a large city hall Erapsonf Caramels at Habbaes This town is sadly in need of juit such a building Henderson will take 100000 of them If a fen more Kyi wore to pass nlone here In the nieht there nldn be much uso for a railroad or any thing clue Tho people would all tnko to the hills VilNE8DAY JANUAUY 21 lHia Why will you conch when Shtlos Cure Trnvellllff Agent will give immediate relief Price 10 cts Mr h A Finite of Heirltyrltle h our f0 cts nntl 1 Sold by A It Fisher Clorcjnhrly authorized Traveling Agent and verport and Heard k Heeler llnidinsbiirg Correspondent Mr JDPottsof Beech Fork this county BreckenridgeNews rMQIlHONiVI Capt Henry Dcllus of Cincinnati woi here ww11 fi 7 W DJmp WSWKIp i A J I TTnBWWll-JllJWpTgTWTTTt ItSrWfcHEiTJTlflMgTnriT Kftl T iW 4 ifbj mi A FRIGHTENED WOMAN HARDINSBURG- wii iiwWr wiSifii5iUiMiif - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The packets began runntnj again Thurs- Â¬ day The skating was fine on Clover Creek Monday A heavy sleet vialtcd this region Satur dny evening Miss Jennio starches her beaux dont Tin exercises of the little childron com posin the Clover Blossom Missionary Society nt thoir meeting last Sunday were vei luterestinc ana entertaining Much credt is due Mits Annio Haiti for the inter tt she is tnking in the little ones and the mistioo President Pierce and Judge Murray took a packet Sunday morninc for Owcnsboro where they aro to take up Col Josh Powers and lbs three will then make a thorough canvass of Daviess Henderson and Union counties in the interest of the railroad Wc wish them every success in their efforts Capt A J Gross is still connected with the Hoone Tobacco Warehouse nt Louisville and devotes all his time to the interests of that establishment We are pleased to learn lhat ho has by his untiring industry succeeded in largelyi increasing the business of this old and reliable warehouse among tha planters of tho Grcon river dis- Â¬ Â¬ ft J j v P j f she Phizr Grandmother Ramsey is quit ill at her rooms on Fifth street Try the 8ailoi Knot chewing tobacco For sao at Llabbagos Peto Gregory has n pair of pet deer sent to him from Arkatisaw The Sunday School mass meeting had a slim attendance Sunday Tho indebtedness of the county on Jan uary 1 1883 was 18I2 Time from Louisville to Cloverport two hours and lorty five minutes Charlie Mattingly cleared 1300 in the whisk business here last year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AV F it m r- - V V been omployud by Mr Cooper in his wagon shop Mr Jas T Skilhnnn has been confined to bis huusa for several days with severe illness The Yoman Missionary Society meets with Mrs John C Heist this afternoon at 2 oclock Saturday niufcts blizzard has again sus No packets yesterday pended navigation nor to day The colored barber has moved his shop into one of the basement rooms under Dr Newsoms storehouse Marion Behen has taken down the oil Gymnasium building and transformed it into a blacksmith shop The cold map that Ret in Saturday evening had moderated sufficiently to itivo us snow yesterday morning O ye men of little fuithl The railroad wont fail it cant fail itshant fail Well take the bonds ourself fjrst Eddie Gregory is making up a club for Subthe Louiivillo Semi Weekly Post scription prico 125 poryuar A private dispatch from Ilaidinsburg says SenU Pierce Murrny and Miller up hero weve got the money for em Latest styles of Linen Collars nnd Crepe Line lUchtng at the New Millinery Mus II V Duncax Aeeut Store Ask Col Alton what hn found out about the L St L and T if you want to hear tho Lords prayer repeated backwards Silk Veiling in all colors at the New Millinery Store Mrh II V Duxaix Agent Wo rockoti Jim Goffu wns the worst scored man in town from what Joe Porter says when tho Will Kylo screamed the other like appearance last Saturday Thore was quite a nice little dance at Wayman Furrows Friday night John B Hrnsley has been appointed back tax collector lor this county The rosds aro frozen and rough and travel over them is a risky business Girls if you want some fun nsk Forrie Wilkersun if ho will take some soup Mr Waldo Simons of Tobinsport Ind lost 500 bushels of Irish potatoes by the rot Dont you give us out oti the railroad yet That 200000 is a very small matter Mr J M Goodman of Whitcsville has Wall street presented quits a business- trict Little Rot Kasey infant son of Mr J n Kaieywbo it will be remembered swallowed some concentrated lyo early lait spring died Saturday morning The Â¬ Â¬ night enue John Heeler swears ho wont ride on our railroad Fie Johnny I Como down and get a free pass Thcros nothinc small about us SttPFast brilliant and fashionable are tho Diamond Dye colors Ono packago 10 cents for any colors to 4lbs of goods 1 Mr ltobt B Pierce and wife have gono to housekeeping In tho dwelling lately vacated by Mr Henry Davis on Murray Av- Â¬ Â¬ colors There Bre fourteen men In Cloverport over 70 years of ago thirteen between 60 and 70 years seven women over 70 years and two women over 80 HackmotacV a lasting and fragrant perfume Prico 25 and 50 cents Sold by A H Fiiher Cloverport and Beard k Hee Â¬ Kin street Ho will giro you a good square meal for 25 cents That hacking cough can bo quickly curad We guarantee It Sold by Shilos Cure by A Fisher Cloverport and Beard k Heeler Hardlnsburg A Nssal Injector free with each bottle of Shllohs Catarrh Hcinpdy Irije 50 conts nnd Sold by A U Fisher Cloverport Beard 4 Heeler Uardiusburg Tke Smart Brothers on Hitos linn sold their crop of White Burlty tobacco to J k 1050 all A Crawford Stephensport for round Tha bad about 7000 lbs ler Ilardtnsburg Mr J W Smith has opened a prlveto boarding bouu In the Fiiher dwolllng on the finest brood mares fever imported to this county and wo doubt much if any county in Ihe state can produce their squals and we know that thrir superiors in bloud and litnage can not be found any whrre Thirteen of them are thoroughbred Kentucky stock from the blupgrais region and four are full blomled 1srche tons purchased in Ohio The latter were bred last staitn to Dillons celebrated Norman stallion Imp Trojan and the others will be bred the coining season to Hnmbleton k Stephens Iercheron horse iiercuie ino J ney were purchased and imported hy Dr George H Kurtz of Web Â¬ ster and William Smith jr of Holts llottotn They are on the fsrm of Copt Smith where those desiring lo look upon the horse in oerfeetion will be well repaid for going In seo them Among them are representatives of some of the finest and fastest breeds that this country has ever Death of Mr Jirud MIiiioiim Sr produced and one Thursday morninit January 18 1881 S will win the heart a halfsister to Maude of any lovtr of horso Sir Arad Simons sr one of our oldest flesh at first sight The nnmrs of these citizens aAar many montlis of suffering pcorlrss and almost bricaless eonine hean penvefullr departed this life Mr Simons lies are Dirdie Lillie Munday Celia was born at Louisville on tho 7lh day of Mabel Telephone Shy Norembfr 1813 and was consequently Tyoot Minnie Murphy Shelby Eureka lleauty agd C9 years 3 months and 11 days niack Lucy Hallio W Anita Fannie I Mr Simons had been a resident of this and Maggie city for many years and was at one time W are prou I to record this purchase the leading merchant of this section Hut Following so closs upon the heels nf rorerscs overtook him and the latter yeais valuable purchase of Meisra Uambletonthe k ot ins lite was principally devoted to the Stephens it shows that oar people cultivation of fine fruits and variables a waking up to an Industry that will are not calling for which he had an absorbing pas only provo profitable but add nnothrr sion and in which ho wns remarkably sue leaf to tho Isnrel crnwn of superacutnee cesiful that old Dreckenridgo is weaving for her genial gentleman A warm hearted brows in these latter years whose studious habits and constant read ing had supplied him with large and varied ltucklsns Arnica Sutro information he was a geniul companion Tim Heat Salvo in tho world for Cuts and most entertaining talker until the lat- Druises Sores Ulcers Salt Itheum Forer ter year or two nf his life when it became Sores Totter Chapped Hands Chilblains apparent that old age and Ill health had Cornsnnd nil Skin KruntlonsaiiirDosilivelr combined lo somewhat impair his memory cures Files Itlsguaranteed toglveperfecti and slightly effect his mind lie was hon satistiiciion or money relundcd Trice 25 est as tho day is long nnd left no one be- Â¬ cents per box hind blm who could truthfully say lhat he Xliu Union Slur School had ever wronged him in thought word or Uxion Stab Ky Jan 8 The following deed Is list of tho pupil who stood hlghtst at lie was an earnest and zealous member thoa examination for tho month ending Janof that masonic fraternity by which his re mains were tenderly and sorrowfully laid uary fi 1U83 John D History Cart and Geo S Merin their final resting place on Friday afterrill noon at oclock with tho Imposing cere A Geography John D Cart and Ftla monies of the onier L Knot Mr Simons loaves his aged companion ii Geography Dora Gardner nnd and five childron to mourn his departure Kdwiu Merrilt D Tho latter are Jordan Mrs Grant A Arithmetic John D Cart acd Wll Gregory- - Mrs Marlon Ilohen Arad A lie II Gardner and Kli Murray Simons 11 Arithmetic Lillian Crosion and Alpha Cashmsn A Iloport ot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ corrosive fluid threw the poor little fellow into n declino and finally resulted in his Itoy was a bright death as above staled intelligent child and wo extend our sym pathy to the boroavod parents Tho Home and School is tha title of a now qnaito pnper just started at Owens boro by the Homo and School Publishing Company the first number of which is be fore us It is handsomely gotten up neatly printed and edited with skill taste and ability It Is published monthly nt only 50 cents a year nnd should be pntronivil by both teachers and ttudents of the Grecu rivir section The Clover Illusion Missionary meeting at the Fhu itreet Methodist church at 2 oclock p in SabbRih evouiug was unusually interesting Uirro were lelect read- Â¬ ings by Ltnnurd Oelze Brazil Mnirgio Bowmer OfR rings Greatnnd Small Chas Moorman The Hoys that tiro Wanted Clara Hayes Nut brown Little Girl Theso were intcrspmed with music by Mines Kutie Bowmer and LuelU Nowsnm Organists The new officers elected were Katio Bowmer corresponding svcrelory Foster Haves financial secretary New members Wick DcIIaveti anuUoiaPriutz 110 Collection Mr It C Nail representing the broom bouse nt James Adnma Louisville was caught here by tho recent cold snap The ice came floating donn in ten acre lots and all the ancient mariners of the lown prophesied Nnrry another boat down fur a month at least Mr Nail who reiides at Oirensboro became alarmed at the prospect and being anxious to reach home ex Â¬ pressed his baggage through and took Walkers lioerfur the Yellowbanks The last flutter of his coat tall had harJIv disappeared oeyond the summit of digger Hill when tho echoes were aroused by the musical whistlo of the James Guthrie which camo plowing down through the ice like she meant business We hope Mr Vail enjoyed his promenade but wo are satisfied thai at the voice of old Jiromie sounded in bis cold and frosty cars he must have regretted hit precipitancy in hnwying off while yet the coining of ihe packet was within the bounds of reason Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lt eling In the bliasof colic It is a whistle that onco heard is not soon forgotten It cnuiesihe ear to ache the teeth to edge the hair to stand on end nnd transforms Ihe smoothest skin into goose hide About eleven oclock tho other night the Kile came creeping up the river Somnolence had settled upon the town and Cloverport was enjovini the sloeD of iheinno- cent and puro in heart Aunt Fanny had taken her cat nap and was in lhat happy slate of belwixtand betwecnity neither asleep nor awke but In the border land where drenms do congregate and play high fantastic tricks before tho high noon of night Just as she was wandering ofT into a vision of fat possum and sweet potntoes the Kyles unearthly whistle came charging through space shattering tho quiet brood ing air of wiuler into sliicrs and having about the same effect upon tho sleepers that it is popularly supposed Gabriels reveille will have upon the enmpi of the sleet Ug dead on that morn when all crea tion is to be mustrred for the final roll call and general inspection Aunt Fannys nose which was playing a banjo accompa aiment to her dreams was awed to silence Her eyes nnd mouth flow open to thrir wid est extent and her cars quivered like burdock leaves in n gale ns they drank in the horrible Imlhbnloo Fcro Godl Whats dat cried tho terrified old woman The silence inndc no response Just then tho Kylo emitted another shr ek Do Lod anvo us yelled the frightened creature ns she sprang from her bed and niRhed to tho door to see if she had forgot to fasten it Its a painter panther and right here in d ypdl Finding the doorfnitened she then tremblingly sought tho match box struck a light nnd soon hnd a bright firo kindled Do criitcn is nfcard o fire she mum bled between her chattering teeth an I guess de varmint will go way when it sees do light Just then tho Kyle gave its final short whistle unr nsngtnr sue crieit ns running to her bed and snatching olF a ooverlot in which she winppvd her ample ropnrlions nnd drew n chair up to the firo de plaguy beas shant feaV on dis niggers caease I hes to set hoah all nigbt nn keen up a ef lirel And sure enough wo are told she did hi up all night and keep tho fire n blazing In Ihe meantime the Kylo made her land ing and paiaed on up the iicr nnd of course she heard no more of the ponther Next morning blight nnd oarly she hied her to all tho neighboring houses to learn if theyhiid hcaid tho ninter or wild cat screaming around during the niiht Thny had all heard it but none of them were aware of what had produced it until enlightened by Aunt Fanny One of Neigh hor Sattcrfiplda boyn happening to pass along Aunt Fanny c lledoiit to him Tell yij folktes dnt n painter or wil cat r on do hill nn dnl do men had better git logedder an kill it nfo it tars somebpdy to pieces I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tiding is the poet Innrate of Bewleyvllle numouiin iu s ircai7 At the fool of the hill on Mople ilrect Hev W I Glvan formerly of thf coun near tho reiidonce of Mr James Golf an ty is dead at Naslnllle Tenti aged and exceedingly fleshy negro woman Miss Gertie lleaid has been nuite III for has a local habitation and bcr natno ii the remainder of her cog several aeeks Aunt tunny noineu appears to bo a masonic myiterr to Mr Will Heard and Miss Kate Jones every one of whom wo made inquiry Well will be tiianiud to mortow Aunt Fanny like the majority of herrsce Col Allen could learn nothing of Clo Is gifted with n ild imagination and when her fears are aioused by any thing verporls railroad in Louisville she cum not comprehend she becomes won- Â¬ James Pulliam son of Josr nh 11 Pull- derfully and Icarfully excited and between am is quite ill with typhoid fever fright nnd excitement can stir her end of Miss itenn Cox has been quite ill for tho community up as effectually as a good- some time si7ea young carinqiiaKe The Will Kyle has recently treated Ilielf Will snmo one Inform us what has be rsow there are whistlss come of the money that went Into the Wll to a now wnistie nnd whistles Some boats have a wheezy lard Hotel lottery sort that sounds very liko the breathings Ocorgo Haynes and Bill Watklns are of bronchitis Others bare a shrill ear piercing kind that sounds like the voice of still in Owensboro but not mnriied They tho daddy of nlllhe fifes Others yet havo olfer a chromo lo eny gal that will gire em a hoarse bellowing whistle reminding one a hearing on tho subject of achoirof bulls soundingdo in thorough Say Whlpps if refund our bats While Still others hernld thalr rum money or give us ayou dont the Willard chance at Inn with a clear musical bell like whistle Hotel well waat to know reason that hangs sweetly upon the air and rav Wo have wantud n change the lesideucewhy of for ishes the ear with its melody Hut the some time and that hotel would suit us Kyle hes Introduced a whistle of its own adzastly We are a fool for luck we aro compounded of tho scriam of the wild cat Give us a chance the jell of tho panther the barking of a Mrs Lydia Glenn has sued her husband ico and the groans of a hnman being revM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iso ii rn iiitcriii in ICIII Dnl rainier cildrrnn Afol It Si r Dr J NewArtisemenislSOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE HAS BEEN PROVED The SUREST OURS for LOUISVILLE J12XJD KY- - bux er dlonlmt nrtna Ind Vita that ran an a TleUm f T1I2N SO HOT lLKJITATBi tiM KiintfVfotX at oncv Mrua tisUrtoonmemdlUMdlt wtllspMdUj over and nttoro aotlon docia the rov eotnpuisu pMuuar to Tour mz men u TMln at nd WMkHMHf XJdnr Wort U tmaorpMMd a It will act promptly and siAttr Cither 8 InoonUnnoortnUon ofurln brlekdu4lorroTTdplt and dull draeclat daIjw all tMdlly ylld ta Ita avtaUti mvm jS SOU DT ALL PRPQOIBT8 SIS SooaaUma KIDNEY DISEASES trilAtZ taiwH PRACTICAL BOOK KEEPING SCHOOL OF STENOGRAPHY Over 25 Years a Practical Accounlaoff If Ua hllhr a a rril iNo Text Books w BISIDOaSSHJK BiT TXSIEj ALL1HB PROMINENT MERCHANTS L Send Stamps for Clrctilsr H HE and Siromcns BEN of To toatoWp S DoSOLLAR Socretary C WEAVHR Principal Hiram Glenn for divorce and alimony Dear Mr Vandermit Cant you come over and give our Cloverport neighbors a lift on their railroad Do ero they peril Yours Pktk Wiikbtosb Â¬ Whites LIE BALSAM mmi Wo 621 ISAAC II C00MER THOS A LEWIS CRAWFORD KcCLARTV JOHN WEBER -- LEW WH QLEM LE HATS Main Street LOUISVILLE KY usii A combination of ProS toxiile of Jron 1mtvlart Â¬ Â¬ D McGill has gone to Nelson county Louis Heston Miller infant child of T L Miller died last Thursday night Her T J Jenkins has been friends here for several days past visiting A Vcxctl Clortryninii Even the ratiencc of Job would become exhausted were hen prencher and endeavor ing to intcrcM his audience while they were keeping up nn incessant coughing making it impossible for him to be heard Yet how very easy can nil this be avoided by simply using Dr Kings New Discovery for Con- Â¬ sumption Cough i and Colds Trial Bot tles given away by all druggists Â¬ i Jlv - IPOIES RKVAI a HOBBS Wrltaa thorough people of the concrcgntlon aro poor hard working people and appenl lo tl o charitable for assistance lo rebuild their church The following letter to Capt A J Grou of this city explains their need Griysox SiRixns Ky Jnn 17 1883 Dhar Sn Our church St Augustines with all its contents near the Gravson Springs was destroyed by fire on the night ol December 7 1882 The people ol the congregation aro verv poor and unaided arc not ableto rebuild it We know that you feel an interest in our church in connection with the many pleasant days spent here and hence any cnuribution Irom jou towards rebuilding our church will be thankfully received by u Yours respectfully E R Honim Jas D Hioiiov Jas L Lixgiav Tiios llriiKF IUv V W Faii Capt Gros rill be pleated lo receive and forward contributions from any of our peoplo wlio may Ucl disposed to aid that worthy peoplo in rebuilding their church Quick complete run1 all nnimiing Kid ncy llladder nnd Urinary Diseases Diugcists 1 An Opportunity for tho Cliarllnblc Iteccntly the Roman Catholic church St Augustines near Grayson Springs StHtion Grayson county together with all its contents wcro destroyed by fire The Â¬ Â¬ COLDS COUGHS tie KEV J L TOWNEE After trial of the J ZSr X Industry HI aaya UiON TONIU I taka ploaauro I consider It in atntuifr mat z navo oeen exocllont reinody for KTeauy oonoutea Dy iu sue mlnlators and Pab dobllltatod vital forces uo upoaicora will find of tho trrnatest v a 1 nit e where n Tonlola nooos ary I rooommend It aa a reliable remedial asront Dosaossinir tin- doubted nutritive and restorative properties a vcti ita nxjiSID S7 IEB DR HARTER MEDICINE CO 213 UAUT ST ST 14718- jar-rMnff mat Li i iT jiarx ana jnospnorumtt a iMlatabla form for Dtblllty Ia of Jni tile Irostratlon of fltat Jmoert 41 i indUtttnta rnnoicic27 IL00Dy wi j Louisville Cigar Manufactory FRAIW B SUGG WITH -- Â¬ ASTHMA Ct SOLR W MAKUFACCUItnilS OF -l-- N JCJ --CZJJUJ X c23 WILLS HAYS SPECKLED THE CKllJIIKATi TROUT HALF SPANISH WOODS IN- - CO BRANDS AND BULL OF iicvraiii Pastor THE ALSO DIULRRS lluchu pn I bis BRONCHITIS nit Manufactured Tobaccos m Smokers Article ComiiiUsloitrrfi nlc of Inuds The following were tie commissioners salex of renl estate at Hardiushurg Ins county court day 257 neres of lnnd near fludsnnville the Hrned estate to Dr Hen Harncd for 350 EDWARD WILDERS JST2 CONSUMPTION rta t ra WH - Kovcr falls to euro Fever and Aje Intermtllent Feer Dumb Aquc Dyspepsia Uver Complilal Indigestion Collo and Flux It will Curo Costiveness It la a safe Anll blUoui Alleratie and Toalo a mild and DellgMfUl lavlgorant or DeHoata Women a powerful reoupe rant after tho fraroo has been dtbllltatcU and reduced by sickncui an uxreJlcnt apputlaor gtros ton to the digestive organs provonta Materia braces up the system irtrongUimis the portil circulation and clean tho whole animal economy from the soods ot Tho sHghtct attack of fovor may bo a prelude to tho worst and the remedy that would conquer It whilst U rartlon-larlj- la yot In Its oorameneement may be of no value when It U at Its tall developraont Is this the casn with persons around whom tho pestiferous influence ef Malaria clings In tho form of Dumb Chills BrowAgae Painful Spleeaaad Week Stemaoh For tho Cure of all tho above Dlteaws thla preparation stands uorirnlcd and Iu food and permanent affecta aro attested by thousands aud K ta reoommendoil oltko by tho ablort medical men and the ministry THY IT all you that are afflicted and bo convinced of Its wonderful power and boncfl rial effects dlej tlif Micliael Millrr plaie Allrcd Miller fnrflOCS 200 acres to IU ncre the Garfliiier Hawkins to Miitmi Tate for 1000 farm Moro Valuable Rqulito Importa- Â¬ tions Monday tl e Arindne disrtiarpH nt Holts aboe this tily seventeen head of 110 ncrsn part nf the Mcirt dork plrce sold by special commissioner S J Parks to Mrs Fannie Hoard for fXOO Tho Pierce k Snltrrfield nnd Hohler farms were both bid in by the plaintiffs m ot m kJ hi stipation Infallible tastlesa harmless cathartic for feverihness restlessness worms con25c Tlolhcr SiTnita Worm Syrup STOMACH BITTERSI nsesracsrjsrszesrx 5- Â¬ Â¬ rejoicing The ruilroad deputation stopped off at Hnwcsville Monday got all tho subrcrlp lions they asked for and wont on their wny nAlxlliunLLuL HERE WE ARE and AGAIN - TKjnrsasnsiii rjiw5si- - 2 A CARD To all who ar suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth nervous weakness early decay loss nf manhood Ac I will end a re Â¬ cipe that wilt cure you FllHK OF CHARGE This great remedy was discovered by n mission Â¬ ary In South America fisnd a setr addressed enrelopo to the Itsr Jnssru T IXMAif filnlion 7 Ai York City With a full nnd complete stock of Dry uootln nocertcs llts Unotn nnd Cnps Shop5 Iliirdwnrn nntl Qttppnswiirp No Â¬ SEEDS IFOr Cnr no LHiiiiiiC iMERCHANTpn9urNwaneEE0 thO rtsrNINY-hiiTvgAn9-- tions o rrriCIFnr tho PRIVATE FAMILY 9CCL9Qrown byoursolvossatixJUOLEsasJ SEEDS Cr Ilandaomo Illaatraled Catnloguo and Rural Koftiater JTKEK TO ALT MKHCIIANTS 8KND US VOVTt DC8INE88 OAKDB 1TOR TRADE LIST tho MARKET GARDENER OCCW 0 rloMn 1HH2 Hip Coiidltloii of lliv Ilrorkln rliltfu HanUOIovorporf Ky at llin STATEMENT AiUO MY PRICES DAVID LANDRETH r AS0NSSEED GROWERS ii PHILADELPHIA imii 1 pjniminisi of Uimliiras on Ilerriiibor JO MAIIIMTIIS Capital Stock Deposits 5 15100 on UmlMded lroflts Purplus Fund Total AHHVTS Protest Account Stamp Account Hank Fixtures and Furniture Suspended Dolt Duo us by Nallonul Hanks JoldfSllrer and Currency Total Notes and mils Discounted 85012 2050 lfl06 134109 Arc guaranteed tho lowcrt always Call on me nnd sec for yonr- 52 K sclf I mean husincss OS and waut to soil tl my goods Has a Weekly Circulation of 1100 Copies is tho Only Paper in the Terms Rutsonablg County is an Excellent Advertising Medium THE NEWS c4 t 1 FREE naTurrm Anrin lLll ltii HLHif atabllahad IB4C o Mil vlto aeiMd wa Ituuk Us lUnni for Matttff flknsl nMcklMIT MMtltblfMIer E D Notour A CO UW YORK JHiBi TUB CXLIRKITKB BRADFORD PORTABLE MILL- ru COHSWHtATJirlll 28 01 10 nu oo 1540 40 87 50 25524 77 20434 30 81422 ESTRAY NOTICE AXKINCHELUE COUNTRY PRODUCE 134109 41 A11SKIIIMAN Cashr 1 Subscribed and sworn to before me by A Sklllmnn this 1st day of January 1P81 CHAS D BIUMMAN NIIIC A semi annual dividend lias been ileolared by the Hoard of Directors of 1 iter cent pay ablo on and after January 2nd 1HH3 A II will pay tho highest market prico for all kinds of country Produce in cxclmugo for any thing in the goods line Takrn nti ns n stisy by AVIIIIam lWlltll Inp nn llielliirer wrt and lurdstllrnHtlirrc mllrs west nf Mnrlnns Mills and neir llenrv It llcuns In ItreckenrlJge cniiitjr uu tho lilt ilay of Dccnnlcr 1882 OXK KOAN STHCIt aped dioiit twn rrnra Inst sprint nn I marked witli h criii nnd hit In thn lid rer nn I nnd uprr Ml In the rich car anil harlnr nn nr liMnds and nlilrli 1 liwe ni nihrr inrks a rx jialnvl nt Kirteen I ilncss uijr liainl tills I tit Um n Decrmlitr IRH2 tl W CAM VlIK 11 nl na us n sm4 JPJClaHP lit DlKClNATIO Sal fM dtMrtpllr rine Iw Addr plalnlj THOSBRAOFORDiCO e- a bill Miniissar - SEEDS sourWi Uht SSi Amnm f V bvrinTAiiir 4 T r- sriii - v t riniir alinif zl V wt a Taj jT - 1 rr r n 8KIMMAN Caslir THE EVANSVILLE Weekly Courier AND eXHEUjE DONT YOU FORGET Dr Remember tho place Inrri old HtamV Tay- - Eslray Notice nl I i -I llrinrdi IVlh Tsken iiii as an nlriy ly Alirl lllllnfnater tin llanlinstiur rs Inn mllrs ntt ismtfwW iav-Kjr WyXkri gr lii lleeyllld lint i ta ItrouKenriilxe cninil on the I fivrimg PeMMl lrllilasrfsj 3icSs its tr ioi iv frftMtin iriie r tSCsS6 IUIlv JR of YiiA iM aiidrUDUFHKK lartlwa oir ir TllK 7f r Brockonridgo News iOll 225 A I1AHDINSHUUG KY Shilohi Catarrh remedy a positive cure for Catarrh Diphtheria and Cauker Mouth Hold by A H Fisher Cloverpirt and ucani t ncrier iiariinuourg Clkus1 Orrtoe Joiinhox Co Ind Mk A KicrKRi During tho spring nnd summer my wifo was a great sufferer from indigestion and Dyspopsin caused by a torpid liver About a month ago sho be- an using your Tarnxlne and the first two curt gave her so much relief that sho con tinned tha uso of Ii until two bottles had been taken and I tako pleasuro In saying ours that her health Is entirely restored IbuoM TiioMMoy ate Clerk Circuit Court For sale by A It Fisher Olork of Circuit Court A S Mr rritt L Hoot A fJiaininsr LiuleCailimanandGoo IV Grammar Dora Gardner and Ktta Spelling Lse Htckelts Spelling Cromon Charley and Linlo YEARJHGLUpiHG POSTAGE Cashman ir Lillian Cashman and tha fullest scdio a Family laper Kaoli Issue contains a completed lUry a rich variety of condensed notes on 1oililuns Art Industries Literature Hclonco ate Its Market Quotations are complete and to bo relied It Is In A TKr -- IPC Ifiu J I1 Â¬ Sawing MadenirEasy tiiruTii monarch ftlllutfl 111 AIata M nqoT Teacher upon irnmm trial mnui KeiiSTlt on HmUi Clears out rats mice roaches files ants hod hugsskunki chipmunks gophers ISo Druggists It la unsurpassed as an rnterprlslng Iura Tho low and Trustworthy Family Nowsnaper price brings It within the reach of all Spec Â¬ imen conies may te seen at this olflco IV Btnd lubscrlplluni to thli ofllcc iMiiwlbyaAurai4aif and lithe eMiH4l VtATs1 tut Sail A hit KaarkUsUbf law 07las tiaaelf k K0bli nllil onlie necks hns whllo 111 n hlta nn shniililrts while fai v III specks nn It crnp i IT l ho HkiI enr Hint n sli pa T Ihe limit radio nf Ihe left mr Appralsuil lijr mo nt Nn 2 ii while I ml rnitn slrr II vents nl I 20 white lure lullcini nlT Ihe iIkIiI enr nu mnrk nn tho snilnppia scd ly me tt 20 Nn 3 n rcl leer years ulil whllo on thn helly himI nvcr the muip ninl mi cacti thtli mil lunur h ilf of lull liklf iff thn If ft uir nniiimk nn lln rllit hiiI nppritlml hy lue nt flA Sn An rcl stor 2 yuirs ilil nn white exnpl nn Ilia in I nf ilui lull rrnn It ho rlitit ear ami in toll Alijir ltcJ 1 mi it nr umUrfill In tho lift f 12 SO Witness my 1 htwl this 2itlli il ly nf Iu 1 1OOrU comher IBSJ am a mfiiniia isnimimsiia n mi nnsi town Termtatu 35 Uyourj U A Co tPUOxitnt free Aflren Iuillatiii Mala rum MKADorcATTir a rrtlriiwnlinut 5 yrrtra nl it nrt III In almiit sl spring SutooprliMrianuiniraHiiiia Ill rcnl1 HIRAM SIBLEY tCO Soedfrmon 4CWIU eaeaUfV JEsnp rTTRTttilJttrX iy Iliiwrr im A Iwmiv iLTEtmrJtv scQVgKfcg ll lhl AfrtJKjJ ur f lfSliBv tlBrBBsT sraerSsi lTsk ttV IkW ntl rasa to all apv8afalT7 uI iiOr eUhojrirlDrl ItoonUliS i eus- wivi - llIIC UUr ft feflfiwlI DM UuiLruintis trim acruril iSroouoaj for luiimr M4WTTl6eilo Mfiflripwojf HwU JW uiirVfi CnteMri buJtorll FERRY JtTROIT MlOH-- 00 Iluurr 0u Ol EA laysirTlllolMKI isCct iYiik lui evliOVi cenl ai intuitu lrfAlhk i v T T r T ii Breckenridge News Jn liorso for hard service build on a rock that never lias been nnd never will be shaken by ntry passing wave of changing opinion 80MB OLD F0LITI0AI RHYMES That rock In the Immovable one of ever lMtor Hreckcnrldgo News I prccnl need mott fully met In the Normnn 13 Pomcwhort liKTrivvvlt ik Ky work horse gentle Mrong able and willmar the bnukauf friuarTrce linn In this county thero Uvm n rail ml old man by the nnino ing and will line such gentlemen as vis of Jonathan l1 licnuihiimp In lift good bM itors and guests ns Mrsira Hamblelon nnd days long gutie by bo it champion of tht Kespeclfully Stephens of Holts lloltom states right democracy nnd In this county whose plume lias jours Jons ihts was an acknowledged leade teen waving on many a harilfought political battlrfleld lie was a nnrm personal friend of BEWLEYVILLE in ftlhrri among whose odl juiprrs I found the following lines which were composed by Woe had a blizzard Jlr Ileiuchamp dnrtng the meioornblocanvnii nf Polk nml Clay fur the presidency In 1811 And its chnsidernbly liko winter up this I Imvc elded them Junt as thoy were written by Hi old pntrlot nnl hope you will tla inn tUo way Iluwklt A Vooti fiiior tu publish tkrui And weve all got over Christmas and nine nil ynu gnnd old democrats nre now only feeling the last sad effects of Watch nut rinse fur coons and cult too much New Year Kvr cards la nut in numerous liott Whit says ill ynu whlgs stand to your pott And Dig Spring has distinguished herself by having Another knock down and drag lor If you desert or be slack You will Lrlng reproach upon our back Causa whisky out affair lor wo lane ruined nur pules and Hags And If we are be it will be called pony nags And Jcrrr Campbell has moved Into tht Pennington property lately put In neat n Hut tome of tliu whlgs hai duelled now Wblck litis canted heavy hanging brow pair by Uncls nob Fur they come to tho polls without dread er And Mr John Musselman is painfully fear And roted for brave Colonel Butter afflicted with something like putrefaction of They aroconrerta without nny Joko the jaw bone lor they say they will vitt for J K Polk And Virgil Dabbtge and wife of Har And they ay In tliu old coon Henry Clny It li time you hud got out of tho way dinsburg have spent a woek vitb us visitFor ynu hnve dnno Injury to onr cauio ing Squire L A Foote of this vicinity ly voting lor thoie bankrupt Uwi And Messrs Kmmet and William Santuaat surely bo our foe And yeu ur in the year 10 you Jumped Jim Crow ders of Louisville have been visiting ther sister Miss lilancho and other friends in lor In the yean nine ten and eleven Clay was in bright as any itnr in hoaron the community during the past four days lor Juit s uru as my head fit my hat democrat And Miss Anna Hawkins of Louisville Henry win n good ami thorough still lingers with us tho weather being too he killed the bank and tariff too For And givo tho whigi u deadly clew severe o leave and notwithstanding the Then each party rallied tu their stde fact that she has slain several of tho boys And thii old ooou Logan to watch the tido the murderous work still goes on Ho found the merchant and luechanlo too thcniiclvea to the whiggiih crew And Rev A It Cabnniss of the Western Had Joined Ho thought the tlino hud come to pais Recorder lectured in the llaptist church That the n higgish club was the strongest clasr on Tuesday night last his subject being And ho gave tho bank a life string bow China and the idolatrous enstoms of the And that was the time ho Jumped Jim Crow Chinese Now such a cause I novcr saw Away with your titrlffandyour bankrupt law And Iter W L Dompsoy preachod in lor wo will roto for Iolk and Dallas too tho Methodist church on Sunday at 11 am In llte af all the whlgt can do and at night Wo wilt down with their flags and poles And dilto these coons Into their holes And Mr R R Willed will address tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hpirlluiillaiii Ilrtvsiiir llooalcra Willi SitEinrriitc Ink January 17 Spirit Â¬ rn K ualism hat struck tho lown of Manilla ft small pUeo some ten miles tail of here In Rush county and many persons are al Â¬ Prominent most wild on tho subject spiritualists from the east have been them and almost and lectured on their doclrlu every night meetings are held the spirits railed up and communications held with departed ones It is stated that two women who are especially enthusiastic in the belief are about to loso their minds The religious mockery Is lootced upon by the most prominent people ofUnion town ship as a farce Â¬ cJ Li JYlILLER rtrifVvfitv KENDALL oJ t CHURCH DIRECTORY mmjm mm CLOVHUIOIIT Ciiciicb South Rer O n Hsyei Pastor Preaching every latJnd and 4th tJab bathsnt il n m and at nlghtand every 3rd Sabbath at night Prsyor roeellng every Thursday night Sunday School every Bat bath a 0 oclock n m Holts Ilottom Prerehlnr every 3d flabtath M K Will sell you OCitZ msaBstat KlIMKUYcrer dlscoejedns It Is certHln In Its elfeots nnd dies not blister also excellent for human flesh IiKADlItOOP lliihOW TIIK MOST SUCCIWm1 nf n i ii i iirlssteaa at 11 11 am FfomtheOneontaPross NY U Y Jan 8 Iflal Karly last sumiiiar Mcmrs II J KeuiUII A Co of Little Falls VI made a contiact with the publishers of tho Im for a half column adrertlnuiant setting forth the merits of Ken dalla Sparln Curo for one year At the aame time we secured from Hie firm n uuantlty of books entitled Keiidills Trvitlso on the liorso and his Diseases which wo aro now glr ln to flilvnnoo paying subscribers to our iiaifer as n premluui About the tlhie tlio advertisement first appear od In this piper Mr I I Pclierinorhorn who resides niar Colters bad n spnrlneil horse lie read the advertisement and concluded to test tho eftlcncy of the remedy although his friends laughed at his credulity He bought a bottle of Kendalls Snnvlu Cure and commenced using it on his liorso In accordance with thodlroctlons anil ha Informed ns this week that It effected such a complete cure that on expert horseman who examined the animal recently could find no trace uf the sparln or the place where It bad been located Mr Schermerhorn has since sc Â¬ oured a copy of Kendalls Treatise on Ike Horse and bis Diseases which ho prises very highly and would be loth to part with at any prise pro Â¬ vided ho could not ohtaln anther copy So muoli lor ndiortlilng reliable articles OxMJXT Ileal Cnitffli iVIrttlcllir III the World Sample Trent of CliurKo Call at Fishers drug store and get n sam Â¬ ple liottlu of Rrowns Kxpcctnrnnt freti of It cm en Coughs Hoarseness chnrgo UMniiiiif fmioli nml Pmvinniiitinn in its early stnges It is n scientific preparation Hilniirnblv adapted for the cure of all Throat It Is pleasant to take nnd Lung Discuses and entirely harmless Try Hi it costs ynu itcgnlar size bottles 60c nnd SI nothing Tarnxino Mcinoranduiri Rooks free A It Cuuscn Rev II TIamstop Tas Preaching every 2d and 4th SesWtk a m and at night Traycr usctlag every Wednesday nlgkt Sunday Ssbeel every lak hatlitaurnlng ruisBTTxnti Cnuicn Rev J R IfeDoav nall Pastor Preaching every Srd and 41k lab a m and at night bath at Prayer sscctlsf every Sabbath at 1030 a aa laaday Iskccl every Sabbath al 9 a a RAPTiaT tor 1 1 COUNTY DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT SUITS FtSST MOHDATS IFaiECLil Stoves tr lit FISHHU BIG SPRING A largo two story dwelling COOKING STOV DUj HEATING STOVES Mcllcath Jadgc Has W R llayneiCommonwsalthsAtUrneyi RBtklH man Clerk t V 0 Babbagc Waiter Centals sinner C Y Moorman Bhcrtf R COUNTY COURT MSITS TUtID MOSDAT II Ns MeG Mercer Jsdgej Wm HonT irill ASS tOTOSSB lit MSKT W K Dames Attorney Meets Miller Ocrki containing QUARTKRLT COURT tember and December vember Â¬ Â¬ nine rooms nnd three halls owned by Mrs Klira Robinson was consumed by fire Inst Wednesday the 10th Inst between 1 and The fire originated from 2 oclock p m The a defective fluo in tho second story conflagration produced groat excitement and between two and three hundred persons gathered about the burning building Rut very little of the contents were lost R U W roartb Mondays la March Jsacf sew Â¬ STOVE PIPE GATE HINGES Door Hinges Screws Bolts Door Locks Padlocks Pistols Pow- Â¬ der Shot Guns Pocket Knives Table Knives Spoons Brass Kettles S COURT OF CLAIMS Meets Third Mondays In Jansary ana Ke COUNTY OFMCBRS Cashman Assesscr J D Board Is- Teyort Harvey Rrurs field Coroner J JTMc Mer Â¬ cer School Commissioner Icn Saved Him 1800 FrecJIrccl A new remedy for this drcadfuldiseaso has been discovered by Dr Doming A singlo application will eomincc the most skeptical of its wnndorful healing powers Ry calling on A R Fisher druggist you can obtain a sample box free of charge which will satisfy you of its curatnc qualities for Jrcct a New llrovcr lMlL Of Ilreckcnridgo County J 1 II rFzrt Ky THE PERCIIERON A NORMAN HORSE Amateur Literary Society on Friday ten ine Jan ID 1881 And harvest has been progressing finely for some days up this way ice harvest wo mean And it is rumored that Cox fc Rnshatn intend moving their stock fiom Rig Spring to this place And an attempt was made to enter several houses some nights ago We hnve heard of no entrance being effected except Dr Walkers ofHcc A bottle of stryrhniiic A joke on the teacher of the was takon school would he in order just here but we are afraid to tell it And the meeting of the Literary Society was quite well attended last Friday evening In addition to the regular programme Miss Blanche Sanders assisted by her brother furnished some music of most miignificent quality and Miss Anna Hawkins an ac- Â¬ complished youug elocutionist of Louis- Â¬ ville favored us with a recitation of tho Dying Alchemist And Uncle Willis Hardin we do not say uncle disrespectfully has received a nice hoi of goodies as a New Years gift It contained a 2J cent cigar 5 cents worth of taffy and a cologne bottle of well that is whut Uncle Willis so far has not been ablo to find out Ho thinks the darling little bottle mny contain on extra quality of Sp Frutnenli just enough for one good snort Uncle Willis is in a dilemma ho ennt extract tho stopper and does not want to break tho bottle for fear he will lose a drop of tho precious and moreover he is under the impression that some sprightly young widow has been the donor of thiselegant box So he tried ex periment after experiment to dYaw out the stopper He would hent llio bottle in hot water jar it jolt it twUt it and every way imaginable Rut each time miserable failure- crowned his efforts At last accounts he was trying the experiment of tying a suing securely around the stopper making the bottle secure nnd then with a loop in the other end passed around his neck he would have somo one run at him with a burning chunk of fire causing him to jump backwards Rut so far he 1ms been unable to draw out the stopper Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i T HE GREAT CURE ion it la for eU tho painful dlsoasca of tho KIDHEYGLIVSR AND DOWELS It eloamca the system of the acrid poison that cauea tho dreadful aufTtrlnx-- which only tho vleUma of BheuMatlam can rcaliio TIIOUSAMD1 OI CASTS of tho worut lorma of this torrblo dicaa navo bcon oulcfcy rell jve l and la thcrt time Aa m9 is Editor Ilreckcnrldgc New si Julill Ilutrs Iittrr from Jlr lIorsL llrcriler llio trcut Illluolk RHEUMATISM Hunts Citv Iii Jan 17 After fifteen yean experience when nsked wheth er ur not it pays to breed and raisa Nor man horses I would simply reply that our neighbors cattle sell at tin nge of three years for from 80 to 100 cHch and realWe raise Xorointi horses ize a fair profit that we sell at the samo age We are out no more for feed than they and besidts make our stock grow their own feed and Wlulo our noigh do all our farm work steer for say lior sells his colt for Jt0 we sell our 1000 If he clinrs say 20 on tho J0 ho leceivci we certainly reap a profit from fotty to sixty times as great per Or figuie another way Money head loans at seven per cent In about by ompoundini tho interest the 3 ears Now a good full invaiilincnt doubles blooded Norman tunre will pay all expens es and double her coit however ereat in twojears If in two years she raises only one colt sio has rarnd tenty fivo per cent per minum on her cost Asain if a breeder burs three Norman mures and one dies the ether lco will maku Rood liar loss the first year nnd letvc a fine profit Or jet again n Normnn horse breeder with ten acres ol land and two or three full blooded Norman mares can make tnoro clear money every year than the best hog or corn raiser that ever held a jilow nr fattened a pig cuu make on an tm proved lfO aero lnrm working glavishly himself uud keeping his wife busy cooking And the for herdsmen all the Tear round ten ncro hi coder will liuro less tax less fencing to keep up no worry about crops or weather only work nine rrronlbs in the 3 ear and never have a hired man on his placo Furthermore it is a gtnteel business Show us u luce horso breeder and wo will ihow you u man who is obliged to cheat the world out of a living he knows bis hoics cull never honestly earn Hut point out an enthusiastic Norman horse breeder nnd we will show you ufne times out of ten a imtu ulio wants to gie value for value us he goes through life a man who hcliuves in a horse because he is a blessing in fine our beau ideal to the community ol n true gcntlemnn an honest man Somo my howl in derision of this kind When are Put rings in their noses you troiui to cut them up into bolouna Why dont you breed cattle sausage and tlia like Once a tix with horns footer cams up to our stalls at a fair and See here mister hew old is that mid referring to a tno yearold filly thing that weighed about 1100 pounds We Do told him two years old He said joulhink you can make a fool of me We told him that wsi really hor age He then wantkd to know what we had fed her on Wa told him she had run on in weed pasture Ho wanted somo of tho rait wrod food but of course did not want tho colt He snid ho wouM stand well hack for if she wuru to kick him she would Knock hin over the moon Thondvico the did Quaker gave hi son uho had a racing mure to breed wan coil Tlioson had asked is father what he should breed to nnd the Son tho maru is thine and tdd man said thco can do in thee plcac but thee had b t tur breed her lo lite biggest horse thee enn I have tie cr Ken tho dny and thee lind nnd thy children will never see tho time w hen a Jilg hure ill not bring a good price A pair of 1703 pound weight Normnn guiding well mutclcd will coiiiiuund ones thniMniid dollars any day In New York city The supply qf lure work hnraiH fully far abort of tho dcmnml Thy fill In the cities a Aid ipnnl and vrr increasing commer11 do tho work of four or cial waul dinary horses They tnko up about hnlf the room on the crowd d streets und tho crown iir udvunlngo is thnt when on along heavy pull tho NomiiIiii leu in nuvcr fulls In an A short emergency they ncer succumb tiino ago n Notinun innro aold for 00 to ha taken cast mid sold again for a work an tbreo-year-olthrco-Toar-ol- 5H0IELS PCrJFEOTLY CURED si uviiimh unv fiin ct niiiicem Iiryrnnliosentby wal WELL3 ItlOlI AHD30N Co Ilurlln elon VI raitr IU The Methodist Mutual Aid Association Office Masonic Temple Louisville IrcriiUnt II P flrant llonWm H lion HoktCocliran Vice Irosldent O Sc nmlTreasr Honald Medical Diroctor V ln Sanford Keith Hubert Cochran Win C Kondrkk iiuiciuiis Dr John li Seymour B Oscar Doyle 1 Wm I Liggett llokn Spades sugar Ket tles Lard Cans Tinware Coffee Mills Kendalls Spavin Cure Andirons Cartrieges Saw- FLESH J Sets Saws Axes Saw Handles dalls Files of all kindsPlow PointsPlows 1 PIcoiant drove Preaching every 1st Sab Â¬ bath at 3 p m Webitcr rreaehlng every U Sakkatk at 11 II T a horse book of you by mall a yenr ago the con- - a ai and at night Union Star Preaching overy 3d Salsraay tanta rF ntitMi nnranrlai1 inn in lv IMnrldtta wmmw wv J Spavin Cure on the hind leg of one of my hor- Â¬ night and Sabkatk at 11 a m Prayer nest Â¬ ses wblch was badly swollen and could not be ing every Thursday night Stephensport Prcaeblng every 3d Sakkatk roaucfu ny any otner remeay i got two Dot Â¬ night In the Brick Uonso tles of Kendalls Spavin Cure of lrcstoo A Lud Waseca which comnletelv diith druezlsts of cured my borso About fire yours ago I had a fiECRRT SOCIRTIBg three year old colt sweentod very badly I used Masokic Cloverport Lodge ITe 133 f aa your remedy as glvon in your book without row- ed meetings 2nd Monday and 4tk Batariay 1st allnr nirt I niil tnv ft nn AvMlIt tliaf ll A B Sklllman W Mj T J L colt is entirely cured which Is a surprise net eaeh month only to myself but also to my neighbors You Woods 8 W ET Hay nea J W J D Oreg- sent me the book for tho trifling sum ol 25 cents ory Seoy A J Johnson Trees F P Payee and if could not get another like It I would Btoward and Tyler W B White SD J Tf Haynes J D not take twenty five dollars for It Yours truly Kendalls Spam Curo Wiltok Minx Jan 11 1881 tlnvlnr Vnln1l - fi Ion ta v Adims N Y Jan 30 1882 Dr II J Kendall X-- Co Dents i Having used Cloverport Commonwaalthi kUnmrnw TaJLvalJ a good uel ol your Kendalla tsnarln Uuro with great success I thought I would let you know Lor Ilarctnsburg what It has Hone for me Two yours ago I had as speedy n colt us was eror raised In Jelferson IIARDINSBURO CIRCUIT M CHURCH County When I was breaking hlm lie kicked SOUTH over the cross bar nnd got fast nnd tore ono of Rev J R DswriT Paster his hind legs nil to pieces I employed the best farriers but thoy all said ho was spoiled Ho Hartllnsburg Preaching every stk BakkaMi had a very largo tbnrough pln and I used two at 11 s m and st night Class ncetlsg bottles of your Kendalls Ppavln Cure and It Sabbath morning Sunday Scbeel every every Sab tok tho bunch entiroly off and he sold after-Â¬ bath afternoon Prayer meeting every We wards for 1800 dollars I have uaed It for nasday night bone spavins and wind galls and It has always Oakland Preaching every 4th Sskkalk at B cured completely nnd left tho leg smooth Very uui ouuuaj osnooi a j p n rrayersacct respectfully tng every Sahbatb night Ki LYMAN Ml Zlon Preaeklng every lit Sabbath at 11 a- - m Class meeting every Island Sakkatk POST OFFIOH ADDRHSSHS Clrealt Judge Lcltcbfleldr Clrcall Clerk as a Master Commissioner Ilardlasssrr Ikcrlfc th ti 1KO MATHEWS Clias H0E8C0RMSHELLERSWHEELBAR0WS Tho MUhodlit Mutual Alii Association was chartered bv the Ieclslature of Kentucky March 24th 1BS0 and charter amended April lb82 It provides that the Directors ahull be church mom hers which is somo guarantee that they aro men of Integrity Its members may belong to tho church er not the only requirements being that the applicants are between tho nges of 18 and i sounu in mum snu bouy anu not uiisi Tin and Iron Eoofing Drain Pipes an N JXO A IIIK MCIIAT ON HUMAN Vkvay Inn Aug 12 187B I will mall Free the raelpe far a stasias D II Kondrll A Co Oents The Ken- Â¬ VKOETABLK BALM that will Minors TAK Ppnvlti Cure is In excellent demand with FRECKLES PI PLES and BLOTCH M us and not only for animals hut for human ailleaving the skin soft clear and beautiful alss ments also Mr Jos Vtris one of tho loading Instructlens for produelxg a lsxarlant grewtk fjrmors in our county sprained un nrikle badly of hair on a laid head or smeetk fate Ad and knowing tho value of the remedy for bor dress Inclosing 3e stamp sos tried It on hiinsolf and It did fur butter than HEX rANUEIiiT Sc CO ho expected Cured tho sprain in very short or- Â¬ n32 ly U Barclay St New Terkt der Yours respectfully COTHItIIAND Price 1 per bottle or six bottles for 5 All Druggists have It ur can get It for yeu or it J 8 Wiss J D Supt will be sont to any address on receipt of prtee Sic A Treoc Co by the proprietors Dr li J KiNDaLt Enosburgh Falls Vt Â¬ -- PEOPLES fisin Tht oblerts of tho Assoriatlon are To iro ride a Ilencficlary Fund which the families of members lire paid not exceeding TJUUU at death of the intmher or one half of the amount In caso of total disability which amount ean not be reached hy process nf law or clulini of creditors so that tho lanitly Is sure to reueivc the benefit It Is tho cheapest and its expenses are less than any known 11 fe Assurance Association Tho Secretary Is the only salaried officer To llecome a Member It will cost vou fi for admission and 71 suml annual dues If application is rcjectoM theso amounts will bo rcturnod to you Vou must also pay examining pnyaiclan The Rudiment at tho time applicant Is ad milled continues the same till death t i To every member acndlnr us an acceptable application 1 will be paid him Thus a little exertion will enable any member to retain his rights to tho Uenifieiary Funds without paying any money lor further Information apply to I X DHuy Local Agent lor IlreckrnrldKo county nr to 1 I llroillo the general atjent at Louis ville Ky pated Jxo D QarooET SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS For sale In Cloverport by A R Fisher nsO ly THE DISEASES OF OL Fire and KT V11HH1I1CIJ YOUTH Barber HAS THE Hairdresser OPENED BARTLE BUILDING Marine Insurance Agency and MANHOOD Memphis Ohio River- - A GUIDE TO HJALTHWITH SHAVING PAHLORS IN MUREAY GREGORY KY CLOVERPORT Wall Street bet Elm and Poplar Thin Ilrin ItciroHriita only Flrt- tafc Coiiipaiiiea and lla Bliatl Years of Kxierlenc was established In the year and Irani that time to the present has con- Â¬ been In business with satisfaction to tinuously the public They write policies at reasonable rates on Farm property Dwellings Storos Warehouses Merchandise and all other doslr able property Also on Freight in IraniUu by rWer ana railroad furnishing indemnity against loss by KIKK and the Punsor Ixijxd Tuxs 1857 roRTATlOK In the following Dont yinlAii Tlrtiaa hnf f lui KmaIt anrt vnA OniAi Hum fntai1 Ilaetrle iinpinilai exposos andPrice 23ctsBeltAddreM tufs wblch II THE PUBLISHER Box 234 iiTplHf awatan avllh ArrtraiClASerasyears OUT MEDICINE PACKET COMPANY SrEKD COMFORT AND SAf UTT No extra charge for Meals and liatc Splendid Accommodations fcr Stoek VOU CAIRO Milwaukee Wis til This Agency rcenf ERRORS OF YOUTH who suflored for years GKNTLRMAX Nervous DHUIIJTY rABMATURE nKfAV and all tho ffTol nf Youthful Indls cretlon will for the sake nf suffering humanity isnu iree to nil wno neea u mo recipe ana di- Â¬ rection for making the stuople remedy by which be was cured Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiiers oxperlenco ean do so by ad dressing Iu perfect confidence JOHN J5 0aDEN2Cedar St Now York n32 ly A where they will be plcisod to wait upon their Hair trimmed and friends and customers dreiscil In tho nontcst and Diost fashionable from stylos nH tf and MEMPHIS SUNDAYS WEDNESDAYS and JRIDAY6 The fleet and elegant steamers ANDY BAUM lPlain English 4rwJS pilHTiuu asufKV V T Compaules HERE EXPRESSED our Free Circular tells the itrr IMII 1D04 - And wo want you Clovcrport fellows to quit making such loving proposals to our fair cousin Hardinshurg We Rowleyvil lui n u never did want the railioad much any way and we think you might bo generous onouzh to send us an invitation to rido on your big railroad too And and and h There my news machine Is broke and I cant write any more this time Qrm Kiihh I -- WIM rtUVTHE- -- A LL 3ST1V7S N D- irAnnTflTlvirETiTrinnflnU I niwdLhA 1Altlllesal directed and they completely cored me lo about ose I bea aslucl the wek fromwell time 1 commenood nse allthembox with the to sleep and I continued to eonsUnt lmproTeraent and stoeo that time I Oct Ubl hope that manr or man I tralr I hare felt like the snSaran will find out that too bate a specific tot and be eurad aj the same riarroaa weakn llespectfullr Yours P 8 You wUl do publish mr name bnt persons vUlt la rou ma be rofarrmt to nw aod 1 will answer them To every yoiwer mlUdio awe or old man TNA of nartford Oonn KIAOAHA of New York UNDKRWEITKR8 AOEHOT of How York OONTI KTLi of Hew York LANCASHIRE of Manchester England M9SihiMt tsf - WoeMy Courier Journal No family In Drockonrldgo oounty can ho supromely happy without them Address J I TiAUIIAUR 33 Wall St Cluwirport Ky troublod with nervous or physical debili- Â¬ ty or lmpotenoo soaUed circular la sent tree Spnd full addreis on postal card to HARRIS REMEDY CO St Louts Mo your Wa want addnsa You need our remedy Bend and be convinced of tola p35 rceulnc an agregate Capital and Sur- Â¬ plus of nearly 22000000 Thorough knowledge of the business of In- Â¬ surance acquired from long experience with rates as low as Is consistent with first elass In- Â¬ demnity and fair dealing make it to the best Intercstof persons wanting Insuranoe toconsult this agency Iluslness solicited from Ilrecken ridge and adjoining counties Ol FIOK At the Urecklnrldge Bank Clo rerport Ky n37 ly 1 FREE a fcunm npAalntlnn nf nns or thA tnoatnotrtl anl nioco erul sncicllsn In thaTJIS nowroilredl fortlieouroof xervaua VrUUltUi fcoW UnuhuuU lisabssasa and Jieoail Ueul Eplatnaealea envelope re Urusslsucaamhb CO UuUIaas Ma AddrsM DR WARD fur REUflBLE SELF GUHE M M Deem Cits Vinton Master JAS W OAFT R W Wise Master Jas Ssrtees CDs CONB MILLAR 0 B Russell Mastor J W Vorrls OTA VINT SHINKLH O W Thompson Msster J D Mocrc Clk II J One of the nbove steamers passlsg Clcvcricrt for Memphis cseh Mondays and Trldayc sad for Louisville and Cincinnati Tbsrsdays asd Sundays for freight er passage apply ca beard mattingly am a Jolly bachelor and happy Is my llfo Dut I think Id be nioro happy If I ban a pret Â¬ ty wlfo A good wife n sweet wife n tongue tUd wife For one year postage paid Come WAOONS to and Buy lLOWS IUAIEHS MOWKUS of the old reliable and time tried workman Ky EKl0TlsAE9T Â¬ Mr Wm Rail has reopened his store I think there will hu n wedding in these purls soon There uro several sta ing fellows out here Thuy ntiio from early to late for a dollar u MUSIC for EVERYBODY HENRY J MAY East End of Bridge Cloverport rrMSTOiHS n3 nS INGENIOUS a day late rumor is afloat to tho eirect tlmt the Grajson county gold mine lube richest over discovered It is taid that some unoccupied houses have boconie places of resort for the put post of gambling 1 nm glad tovat thiit Mr R L Matting ly hits iccMisidercd his intention of selling ll rriuniii w tli m out rtinl The man of wlmiii vr wmihl have ex pected boitor thitigd meiTtioued in tho Miitilngly ileus of the ilrd lust coiitindlcts the Mutt mcnt of those partus who say that he was tho cause of the boys going Into the schoolhuuse There has bcon some comment ns to tho Who are leaders who go unmolested they Why iliinn who lend the hoys into drunkenness gambling ond other hud practices nrd are so cautious thomsulvos that they get clear of the law It is to be hoped that the good citizuns of our country will bo more vigilunt in bringing such characters to justice lUciiuboit A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JLVAa JL SJUM fx whoro you will And tho best articles at reason fiorso ihoeing a ablo prices to suit the times All kinds of Machinery specialty nnd Insured repaired and shop work dona on short notice 44 ly 1 To cul YRIflllT MPClIKU lnr slHrtliiB Children and others In the culture nf Miitlo It oreicoiucs tho drudgery of learn- Â¬ ing the elements of Muilo hy pluasant ainuie mont Tins Nkh Mstihiu tcaclies you nil about the Mmla Staff Dsgiees of the stafT Clrfa Notes Hiid lUili 8ral lulortnli of the Scale Location of Letters on tho Staff and tholr relation to the Keys of the Instrument This Is very Important with children Flats and sharps and tholr use All tho different Kejs how to form Chords or muslral words It leirlies the syllables Do Ho Ml olo In singing It contains eomplcto musical rate- chlllll It Is MtlTVM IK PARYO All this is learned while tlw learnir it amusing hlmiclf hy Persons with no ill playing familiar tunes aiCil TJILhT may play the tunei as the guldii Is such that he ran not strlko tho wrong key Full directions and four plocci of muilo accnni pany tho Msthod Sent by mall forjl Addriss CO TU A HI Van Huron St CLIcjko III W CElEBIlATtD 51 A Is oorapoaod of Herbal uud JuaLUhgiuous prod ucts which penncuto the eubstuuro or tho Xuiiks expeoturntea the acrid mutter that collects iu tho llroncbinl TubeaiiUlnrujn CIIITIS Ac Parties wishing the Prescription aoothlua coating wbicli relieves tlio lr will please address rltatlnit that ciuui tho cough It cleanses liar K A WILSON theluni sof nil Impurities strengthens 194 1enu Rt WlllIamsburghXY them vlieu enfeebled hy dleaciuvigor n32 lr ates the circulation of tho biood nml liuccatha ncrroui system rilllit colde often end in euneiiiiiptlau ltl iliiiirtoustusirKlect them Apply the remedy prumplly A test of twenty yvtrs warinnta tho a seition thai noremodyliaserer lxen fiiimil tlint lias prompt IniMelTeotsBsTUTTS f XPECT0RANT AslnKledose raises Uio plilrninuliuta MASTER COMMISSIONER Inflammation anl Its uofdily cures tho ioo t obitlnalacoujh Aplentaut cordial rhlN AM for Croup dren take It readily ta In every faiuilyIt 1 invaluulilo Mil should fcl In arte mid llolt1s Tke advertiser having beon permanently cured of that dread disease Consumption by a simple remedy Is anxious to make known to To all his fellow sufferers the means of curo who desire It be will send a copy of the pre- Â¬ scription used free of charge with the direc- Â¬ tions for preparing and using the same whleb they will find a sure CUHH for COUOHR COLDS CONSU PTIONASTII A I1RON TO CONSUMPTIVES E Packet Line Passenger Mall A and Express Boats For all way landings between Louisville and Henderson the elegant aad aeet stcsacrs JAMBS aUTHRIB D L Penny Master Alien V G BABBAGE Jennlsgi Oik CIV RAINBOW Jno Westfsll Master Miles Warren Bawtarnif TUTTS iu nm rSTZmjXiJ Attorney at Law HAUDINSIIUUG aniSYKAClLE J a Berry Master R B- - Baldwin Oik Passing Clorerpert one down and ene as dally KY ACT DIRECTLY ON THE LIVER Cure Cliills and 1ever Iyspepala VUU Jleadnolie illlliiua Coltouiistlpa tlou Itheumattsin lllea Valpttatlouof the Heart liixiiiiessTof plil Xlrrand sVeiuulo Irregularities I you do not fttl system FILLS lir Inrrny Hi Will prastlee his profession In all the eourts of Ureekeuridga County and this judicial dis- Â¬ trict Speelal attention gives to the collection of claims ete X share of pnblle patronage solicited A -- rei7WcllatuKloplIlat bedtlme stlraulatoslbo ltomachrnstnroathonppetltalinrartaTlinirtotha K7 WRITE FOR TUTT8 MANUAL HARDINSBUR CLOVEEFOET mm BreoUcnridgo News nnd Home and Farm nn excellent farmers appros for ono year BARGAIN TO BE HAD ave moro land than I can keep up and wo dscll 200 acresi min eultlratson 75 In 00 acres of It now In wheat timer I Will sell a bargain In this land and give possession linn ellately lor further Information call on mo on the premises or address me at llewlcy vlllv Ky Will lot the wheat go wjth It LUDWKLL A FOOTE IfeceraberS 1882 WILL llUi THE lrlcptru JIIUAi lIA0 miT JVY SMITH BEARD Proprietors Â¬ ifllQ ods lir Charts to ervry family Ton dollars per day can bo made by active tgente male or ft malu AdIJXTS WAXTKIXuiollOurMelh fo tsaLTOMALsai C Stoinncli Hitters plvrtttcndl neas id the mnci iniliicci u licullhv iiui ural llovr of bile pivvi nts nmiliuio without tinduly purging the Injuria gm lly btluiulatrs Ilia ciiculutlon and by pro inotlng u vigorous coudltlnn or the iivi leal B stem proiuolev itlso that rliccrlm iicss which Is tliu truest tiiiliittiion ora licit bulanced condition or nil tliu uniiiiil mm era tot bale by all Drugeista nml Dulvts CUIUS FOlt TUB Leaves Cloverport for IUrdlnsburg dally ex copt Sundays at 8 oclock a m Connects at Cloverport with he Louisville nml Hcndorioq tnall liiio steamers Persons desiring convey anco can bo accninmcpated Lx press business promptly attended to lies Piles Piles sure euro fur llllnd lllocdliig nml Itclilnir runs A sniKie vox or ui wiiliam s inuiah rHE QIMTMCNT lias cured tho wurat rlimnlo ruin thirty years standing-- Hold mid rmmi iiiciiitoit by all druggists 1rlco nuu by mulL ABTHUK PlTil a Co Whohiau Acenti A noJUtlcrs Purest and Best Augusta Malnd djrynAWKEKBH aday at home islly nude 4 I sOCoatly OutUt free Address TavtA Co -- need ninety six llio imal Wo would suy In conclusion that they who oldest man in Laurel county died at Lonearly placo their faith iu the Ncrsmn us u don Ky hut Wednesday tuuinlng Gen Jimls Jnckson Â¬ I OU13V1ILE KV geucrally J D BiLBBAaE call on 5 Btiuhim A Co to 20v4V Portland Maine own town Address II SMS IUmittX Terms ind 88 Co jE42mJL Will buy THE SEWS and BOS TON WEEKLY GLOBE for oho year tn tOaweckfreef epDDoutflt PortUnd Malut