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KaggJlvaiJBa 4 T few TT lllnod fever and Ague Malaria nnd nit Diseases caused by lo- rnngemciit of IJvcr Jlowels nnd Kidneys y9 vWatIv raw ForDyspernla OoltlVOUOIS Sick Headache Olironlo llar- rliroa Jaundice Impurity of tlio THE BRECKEMIDGE NEWS A Free Press a Free Ballot and Free Speech are the Birthright VOL VII Of y St Freemen NO 28 BTJtrTojis Uhtumatisra general lost of appetite Uowtlt ceiMrally costive sometlmM alternating with lax the head b troubled with pain la dull and heavy with considerable Ism of memory accompanied Did Ilreallit laln In the bide sometimes the tula It felt under tin bhouldcr blade mistaken for or a msRAARn iiveiu CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Â¬ WEDNESDAY UTUO JANUARY 31 1883 Â¬ Vlihapalnfulatmallsnoflearingundoneaomctklre Vhlch ought to have ben done j a slight dry cough atl Owlied bee U sometlmM an attendant oflea mistaken for coatHmptlon the patient complaint of wtarinets and debility nervous easily startled cold or burning sometimes a prickly scuutllon 4 the akin eaiiili spirits are low and ifeipondaot aad akhough satisfied that exercise would be bene Â¬ ficial yet one can hinily summon up fortitude to Several try It la fact distrusts every remedy rr trie above symptoms attend the dUate but cam hare occurred wkcfl but fw of then tilstcd yet laminatiea after death hat iliown the Uvor to kavt ben extensively deranfed It It aliould be used by all person all Malaria Bilious attack Dleiiocit Miu aee Drowilnaaa Depression of Spirit etc It via Invigorate like a glass of wlo but U no In TJn lianKlir Localities by taking a don occasion ally to keen the Uver In healthy action will avoid yiuptoim appear Fortoiu Travollna or Living In young vrlionevor any of tlis abort old nnd ltt at tUgoeHon toxlosung beverage If Ton hart eaten anything hnr d of foot nlgnt or heavy after meals or alrpp take a dost and ycu wrU ke relitvtd In tbo House t For whatever the ailment may be a thoroughly Ma purgatlvo nltoi Hllve and tonlo can never be out of place The remedy is bartnleM nnd does not Interfere wills business or Time and Doctors BUM will be laved by always kcoplng tbo JZeculator tlenre And hat aU the powor and eincacy of Caitmcl or Quinine without any of the Injurious after tOteta Slnenuna Uver Regulator hat beta In use In my family for seme time and I am satisfied It It a Valuable addition to the medical science J Gill StiokTsa Governor of Ala IT IS rUTtEtT VECIETAmJ A Onrernor Tostlmony Eton Alexander II fltepltnna of On ayt Have derlttd seme benefit from the use of Simmons Liver Regulator and with to giro it a further trial I have used remedies for Dys- Liver Affection and Debility but never found anything to benefit me to the extant Mmmooa Uver Regulator has I seat from Mln neeou t Georgia for it and would send further for tuck a medicine and would advise all who aresim iUilr affected to give It a trial at it seems the only king tkat never fail to relieve P M JaMHUT Minneapolis Mian Dr T W Matnn tajra From actual ex gterience In the use of Simmons Liver Regulator In my practice I have been and am satisfied to use and proscribe it at a purgative medicine JKpsla only the Genuine which alwayt bat on the Wrappjr the red Z Trade Mark aad Signature t II TKILIN CO FOR SALE BY ALL DRTJCGISTS Rollere The only Thing that never many fall to 8Take J Written for Tin BnioKiKniDOK Nswh BEfl HUFFS ESCAPE f A l pi r 4 Chief among the uncbroniclcd heroes whoie prowess wrested from the harharous nboriginecs Urn territory comprising this fair county ofBreckenrldgc wits bold Hen Huff a man of quick intelligence dauntless courage wonderful activity and almost fab- Â¬ One of his ulous powers of endurance many marvelous adventures that has been preserved from forgctfulncss by tradition it is our purpotn to embalm in print as well as our feeble skill with the pen will allow The year 1785 was one of unusual activ ity with tho pioneers of Iventueky The horde of savages that poured down upon the devoted land from thoir towns and villages by the northern lakes and rivers for the purpoo of extirpating the palefaces that had dared lo comn in and possess them selves of tho rich domain the Great Spirit Itnd given the red man for a hunting ground were numerous and large nnd determined Almoat overy station and certainly every important one wns besieged by large bands while small detrrchpd parlies infested the f irest Tliero thc dcer Iick bear wallows and turkey haunted canebrakes were likely to attract the rihito hunters where from ambush they could shoot them down with out warning and with impunity And many were the brave nuls that peiishcd that fate ful year while defending lite blockhouses and cabins that sheltered thoso that wete nearest and dearest to them or fell in lonely forest aisles while tracking deer or bear to provide tbcm meat Long before daylight on the morning of the 18th of May of Hint eventful year Den IIufTleli Hardins fort with his rifle on his shoulder his pouch and horn well supplied with bullets and powder his destination a deer lick on the stream now known as Rock Tinlf nnnr tlin anltrtntrn PflVP nn the nrpfl- ont Johnson Dean place The caltle save two or thrco milch cows bolonging to the fort bud been driven off a few nights before by a predatory band of Indians who were being followed by a pursuing parly and scarcity of meat with the garrison compel Jed Huff to start out out as va have seen for tho purpose of knocking over a stng or two Ben Huff onjoytd the reputation of being the bort hunter nnd most skilllul in wood craft of any man in Kentucky except per Imps the redoubtable Daniel Boone whose good friond ho was and comrade had been on more tmn one perilous occasion At that time Hnff was in the glory and His years had prime of young manhood not reached thirty ho stood six feet two his form was inches in his stockings straight as an arrow lithe as it young willow and tough as a hickory sapling his step light and noiselcs as that of an Indian and hiscarringo bold graceful and Such wos his skill with tho riflo confident that he was ovcry where known as a dead hot whilo the enormous length of his wea- Â¬ pon had obtained for him among tho red skins the sobriquet of Long Itlflo Huff well knew the perils that attended his present enterprise but despised them Yet Ha he did pot throw caution to the winds cast piercing glances into the darkness that surrounded him and his ear was on tho alort for any sound howtver faint that would betray the proximity of an enemy But ho saw no sign heard no sound Onward he strode a shadow cleaving the dark Â¬ ness with noiseless feet and fearless heart into tho most thrilling adventure that ever beset his advonturous life Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ho reached his destination just as tho sun peeping above ho Ullls cast a golden and rosoate veil over the glsij face of nature re youtltd and beautified by tho ca regies and adorning gifts of tlio timorous apring to- - whoso prtssjonato unbraces tho old damo yielded hersolf as delightedly as on that Primal Morn when sho surron dreed her virgin self to tho glorified arms oftba First Day Tho air was soft arid Â¬ ClIAITKIl XV Solitude Is no barrier whatevtr lo tin Such prayers as Robinsons art a disgrace to thoso who prtvoke them but a calami Robinson was ty to him who utters them now a far worto man than ever he had been out of prison The fiend had fixed a claw in his heart and wt may bt sure he ftlt the recoil of his ill prayers He hated the human race which produced such creatures as Hawes and nothing to keep them In check From this hour I speak no mors to any of those beasts Such was his resolve made with clenched teeth and nails and he curled himself up like a snake and turned his back upon mankind and his face to the wall Whsn he discovered that Hawes loved to punish his prisoners and indeed could hardly get through the day without it and that his crank was an unavoidable trap to catch the prisoners nnd betray thtm to punithmont he sank lower and lower in despondency till at last there wat but one hit of blue hope in all hit horizon He still hoped somtihing against tyranny and cruelly from the representative of the Gos pel of mercy in the place But when his reverence told him nothing was to be expected from that quarter his last hope went out and he was in utter darkness Vet Mr Jonts wat not a hypocrite nor a monster he was only a commonplace man ina thing moulded by circumstances CHAlTEK XVI stead of moulding them In him the or Mr Lepel returned somewhat earlier ficial outweighed tho aposlle for a very good reason he was commonplace On entering the This than he had intended was his dtftct Ills crime wat misplacing jail it so happened that he met the governhis commonplace self or and f eized this opportunity of conversAfter looking on in silence for a twelvo ing with him He expressed at once so warm an admonth or Iwo ho remonstrated againit Ilnwcs bnrbtrity He would hnve done miration of iht jail nnd the system purmore ba wonld have slopped it if it could sued in it that Hawes began to take a fan have been stopped without any trouble cy to him Cold water was thrown on his remonsThey compared notes nnd agreed that no system but the Feparate and silent had trance he cooled directly Now cold water and hot firt have been a lejc to stand on nnd a they returned tothrown on men hauling for causes no high gether from visitinc the ground floor cilN er nor holier than this yet neither has fire Mr Lepel had lhi honor of giving a new been able to wither nor water to quench light to Hawes himself their honest zeal Hut this good soul on If I could have mv way the debt irs being sprinkled laid down his arms should be in separate cells I would have This nas a nnrrow little view of wide but one system in a jail and terrible consequences it was infiniteHawes laughed incredulously There simal egotism the spirit and essence of would be a fine outcry if we treated the commonplaoe debtors the snine as we do the rogues His Inclinations were good but feeble said iho other firmly Mr Hawes Hit heart was good but tepid Had he an honest man very seldom finds his way loved the New Testament and the Saviour into any part of a jail Extmvncnnt peo of mankind be would have fought Hawes ple and tradesmen who have abused the tooth and nail he could not have helped pilnciple of credit deserve punishment it but he did not lore eithtr ha only liked and above all require discipline and com- Â¬ thorn he was commonplnco When tho pulsory self communion lo bring them lo thief cursed this man he was guilty of an mend their ways extravagance at well as a crime the man That is right sir cried Hawes a sudwas net worth cursing den light breaking on him and it certainThe new chaplain arrived soon after ly is a mistake lotting thorn enjoy themthese events The new chaplain was ac- selves companied by his friend the Rev Jamts And corrupt each other Leptl chaplain of a jail in tho north of Hawes A prison should be confineEngland Afttr five years unremitting ment duty he was now enjoying a weeks leave Lepel Ahd seclusion from all but ONE THE HARPES VICTIMS of absence prnfitnblo company Tho three clergymen visited the cells Hawes It is not a place of amuseEditor llrockonridgo Neni Mr Lepel cross examined several prisonment Tho young man nampd Love who was Lepel There should bo no idle convcr--satio- n murdered by the Ilarpfs at the house of ers The new chaplain spoko little but seemed observant aud once or twice made Moses Stigall in what is now Hopkins And no noise put in Hawes hastily county Iy in August 1799 probably de a note Now it 10 happened that almost However this prison is a model for all serves some more attention than has ever tho last cell they entered was Tom Robinyet been given him by any historian He sons They found him silting all of a be prisons in the laud and I shall feel quite tad when I go back to my duty in was from South Carolina probably from heap in a corner moody and sullen At sight of three black coats and white Cumberland District and was engaged in sur Picktns Why you are our new Cumberland veying lands in western Kentucky when ties tho thief opened his eyes and with a he met his death He had been accom sort of repugnance turned his back on tho chaplain arent you No I am not so fortunate I am a panied to Kentucky by his wife to whom intruders said the turnkey friend ot hi my name is Lepel Come my lad had been recently married at Abbeville be Oh you nro Mr Lepel and where is no tricks if you please Turn S C She was Kstlier Calhoun daughter sternly cried he savagely around and mako our one I heard he had been all over of James Calhoun whose brother Patrick the jail was the father of the great stnttsroan your bow tolho genllcmen What havo you not seen him Robinson wheeled around with flashing John Caldwell Calhoun The Calhouns No ho has never been near mo Not eyes and checking an evident desiro to 01 iginally from Ireland and spelling their name Colqunhoon settled in South Caro- dash at them Instantly made a bow so very very polite I think Oh oh lina while the Indians were yet trouble- low so very obsequious and by a ftirliro Hollool what is wrong expression so contemptuous that Mr some at Iertit on of the sisters of Esther I think I know where he is ho is not Love having been carried off by the red Lepel colored with indignation and moved far off I will go and find him if you will toward the door in silence tVins He has been excuse me Tht turnkey muttered Shortly after the murder of Willinm Mr No we wont trouble you Here Love a ton was born unto him William very strange theso few days paJt Have you seen the Hodges como here Then Calhoun Love who lived until 1872 in Fry thinks he is hardly safe which year ho died at Princoton Ivy At turning to tho ntw chaplain the man new chaplain where is he Well sir Evans tells tno ho is Iletter nnt tho age of thirteen young Love ran away whose namo was Evans said from homo to participate In tho war of go into his cell sir without ono of us with click Confound you dont stand giinnlng 181 He was distinguished for his brave you What it tho matter with him inquired Where it hi ry as a soldier and throughout his life by In the black hole sir his energy and earnestness The greater tho reverend gentleman What dye mean by the black hole Oh I dont know as thore Is anything part of his life was spent In the ministry tho matter with him only he has been dis- The lust hole of the Cumberland Presbyterian church No sir I moan tht dark colls For a number of years he was pastor of the ciplined once or twice and it goes down Then why dont you tny the dark colli Pincy Fork church of this denomination tho wrong way with some of thtm at first starting Governor ttys be will have to he Hit he bean there Ions in what Is now Crittenden county Mr Lepel answered tin question Ever Though situated at first in the midst of put in the dark coll If he docs not get bet sinco three oclock and it Is nearly nine a forest this church has had rather a re ter The dark cell 1mm Pray what It the and we are both of us to drink tea wllh markable history It was one of tho earMr Jones liest Cumberland Presbyterian churches effect of Iho dare cell on a prisoner Well sir it cowt thcra more than anyMr Hawes thowid no hurry Whnt being organized In 1810 when did ho want to go in thtm for In vogue The camp meetings thing wert Where are your dark cells I have no Idea unlets It wat to teo here have been held annually to the presThey are down below sir You can what It It like ent day the primitive programme being said Hawes Well but I like thall followed closoly and the attendance com- look at them after tho kitchen said Mr I mutt go Into tho town Let ut That is entering into tht system ing from far and near I promised see how he cemet on Perhaps no ono was ever more intimate Lepel looking at his watch Mr Hawes Mr Lepel and Hodges y connected with the welfare of this to dlno with my relations at 3 oclock Como and tee the oubliettes first We went to tho dark cells on their way they forts t church than William Calhoun Love and It wero joined by Evans Huffs mind was busily engaged in was appropriate that hit remains should have tetn everything else With all my hearll The governor took out his own keys and thoughti of escapo He know that if ho rest under a handsome monument In tho Thoy detcended below to the ground Evans having indicated the cell for there was carried to tht Indian village- he was church burial ground lly hit tide lie tbo He whit remains of hit mother who died in 18 11 floor and then Kvana unlocked a niatilvo wero three he unlocked it and threw tho doomtd to a death of tnrturt tight fitting door optntng upon what ap door wide open They all looked In but ptrtd to his follow captive who was un- Thus tho family became extinct peared to be a black substance his was there was nothing to bo teen bound to unllolhe thong that confined hli J Hawthorns Har however no substance but vacancy withI hope nothing U the matter laid Mr arms and he would save them bothbul the Louisviui Kt out any degree of light The light cross Â¬ Lepel In considerable agitation and he mnmmaeamimtmermKmi boy was tlther too frightened to compreing the threshold from the open door Cropedbli way into the cave January steps down knd out lo day As be put hend him or too unnervtd to obey him Tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ camp-meetings Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ balmy and liiden with tho delicious Tho wild bee Indus odors of tho forest triously pirated sweets from the bloom of tree nnd rhrub nnd modest plant and winged him with yellow booty laden thigh to his hive In some far tall tree The birds sang as only birds do sing at the portal of The deer camo a lovsly spring mornlug first singly then in pairs and finally in herds to lick the salt earth and drink of the Huff himself con cool and limpid waters cealed from view but commanding every movement of his unconscious prey coolly selectod his victims and his every shot brought down a noble stag Three had fallen beneath his unerring aim when For onco In his life tho keen car of the experienced woodsman had played him trai- Â¬ tor and his eye failed in keonness of vision Light as were his steps on tho forest paths liithter steps pressed tho swnrd on his right and left and in his rear lieyond the dark nns his glances hud failed to penetrate crouched and crceped dusky form whoso keener sight noted his slightest motion These had compassed him about ere he had gone a mile from the fort and hovered about him for several miles more not dar ingthough they were six to one to ut tack him for they well knew and dreadod the prowess of Long Riflo and the red man was never noted for courting danger At length the leader of theso hauoiing shapes divining the destination of the white hunter uttered the quavering querulous cry of tho screech owl Instantly ihe shadows on the right and tho left of Huff seemed to melt into the air and the unconscious kun ler proceeded on his way The savages glided lo their chief who whispered a brief command after which the entire party silently nnd swiftly diverged from the path being pursued by Huff and disappeared in the forest though in tho same general direction in which tho white man was striding Arriving first at tho lick the Indians con cealed themselves behind bushes and trees and awaited the coming of their dreaded enemy It was in the dusk that just precedes the dawn when Huff arrived passing through their midst but perceiving them not nnd concealed himself for the slaughter of the deer The third stng had fallen the neighbor-Â¬ ing cliffs were yet echoing the report of his weapon and the ibin blue sraoko of the dis charge was curling upward in faintly de Â¬ fined wreuths when Hufffnlta heaty body full upon him and simultaneously his arms and legs wore pinioned by strong mid enccr hands whilo his terrible riflo was snatched from his grnp No need to tell him that he was a captive The yell of triumph from to the savages tho dusky throats of his captors cavo him Ho well knew when no new information he first folt the weight upon him nnd the vice like grasp of Indian hands on his limbs They lifted him to what hnd befallen him his feet nnd bound liirt strongly with thongs of deer hide The leader of the savages then addressed him in binkun English Long Rifle kill Ugh I ho exclaimed heap deer for Indians brenkfnst Huff uttered not a word but coolly look- Â¬ ed around on his captors as though taking each ones measurement with his cyo Long little no more kill Indian ro moro kill deer Indian kill Long Itifle Indium are cownrdsl Huff contemptThey kill only women uously exclaimed and children They run ftom men Long Loorcn his arms aud Rifle faars them not hell make tho wholo pack of you run liko chickens at sight ofa hawk I Ugh I retorted the chief Long Rifle Indians great braves no dirty soon see their hnnds with the muddy water thats Long Rifles blood They lot their women and children kill such dogs Indian bravo only kill rnlefai8 warriors Mcnntimfltwo of thesavnges had skinned one of the bucks while a third rapidly collected some dry twies and dead branches and started n firo with sparks from a flint Soon slices of the venison wero briskly roast- Â¬ ing tho savory aroma arousing the appetite of nil Long Riflo cat and be strong said tho chief holding toward him a piece of meat Ho has skewered on the end ofa ramrod far to travel and must eat for strencth Ho must bo strong to make sport for our women and children Tho meal finished the Indians hastily de parted with their prisoner in the direction of the Ohio river which they reached after a few hours hard walking at a point not far from whero tho residence of Cupt William Smith now stands in Holts Jlnttom Here thry found three more Indians of their party who had been on an expedition to the neighborhood of Holms and Hincs and had reforts now Ulizabcthtown turned with a prisoner a lad of fourteen who eras nearly frightened out of hit wits Theso latter imparted some Information to their chieftain which apparently gave the Speedily drawing a savages great delight stout raft from under some overhanging bushts Huff and tho lad were placed upon it and a largo brawny Indian evidently a warrior nf eminenco from his nccklaco of bears claws and the number bfwhito scalps that dspAnded from bis belt who received final orders from Vis leader and hastily applied his paddle propelling the raft toward Tho romalnder of tho the oppostto shore band turned their backs upon Iherircr and were soon lost to sight In tho depths of tho raft was rapidly nearing tho northern bank NEVER TOO propelled by the strong nrms of tho gigan tic warrior and Huff knew that what he had to do must be accomplished beftiro they reached the shore or his talk would be Slowly rising to Inerensedon hundredfold his fcctas if to straighten himielfhe looked up nnd down tho broad uxpanso of water Snvo their raft no other craft wnt In sight No hu Ho closely scanned either shore Tho Indian man being greeted his vision was busily engaged with his paddle nnd dreamed not of harm from one whosa hands wero securely bound behind him Suddonly Huff lowered his head and plunged toward tho savtgt The latter dropped the paddle at his feet on the raft and attempted to snatch his tomahawk from his girdle Too late Ills enemys head struck him full on the breast and he was hurled yards away into the water The boy seemed utterly paralyzed by the unexpected action of his companion and sat staring at his with open eyes and mouth Untie mv hands quick I exclaimed Huff and Ill save us both Tho InTho lad remained motionltts dian was swimming toward thtm uttering a piercing yell at each stroke Huff now turned angrily to the boy and exclaimed Seize that paddle you damned young idiot and maku for the Kentucky shore or Ill kick you into the river along with that red nigger I This was something tho boy seemed to comprehend Ho sprang to the paddlo and began to use it for dear life Tht Indian cached and seized the raft but ilufls foot came with terrific force in his face and he sunk under the water and was lost to sight for a moment or two when he again came to the surface nud swam slowly to the northern shoro The raft thanks to the frantic efforts of tho boj was rapidly returning to the southern bank Huff found that he could not or would not release his hands from the thongs llmt bound them and would not tren tell his name or where he wns captured The poor child seemed speechless with terror When the raft touched tho land the boy was about to spring on shore when Huff commanded him lo take tho Indians musket and his own rifle Tho lad snatched them up dropped them when he reached tht top of the hank and sprang nway into the woods with the speed of a deer and Huff never saw or heard of him moro Tho spot where they lauded was a few hundred yards above the present site of Cloverport and about ten miles distant from iho fort Huff bound ns ha was was unable to carry his rifle with him and consequently was compelled to puih it and the weapon of the savage by the side of a log with his feet and cover them as best ha could with leaves He then trudged on to the fort where he arrived late in tho after noon nnd was relieved of his bonds Ben Huff lived to a good old age and was gathered to his fathers after founding a family desrendants of which arc among the best and most esteemed citizens of this and adjoining counties He was tht first to fill the office of high sheriff at the or ganlzation of the county iu 1800 and if we mistake not tepresented the county ont or two terms in tho legislature Wallace GnuKtLt IND A MATTER OF FACT ROMANCE Br oiiAitLui hiade scorned to cut a slice out of It Tho new comers looked into it Mr Lep the other wlh el wllh grim satisfaction awe and curiosity in When shall you bo back Lepel quired he thoughtfully Oh before nine oclock Then perhaps you will both do me tht honor to drink n cup of lea with me said Mr Jones courteously With pleasure tald Good hje then for the present the new chaplain Why where are you going In here What into the dark cell Yes Well I ejaculated Evans You wont slay there long Until you return Lepel What a fancy I Mr Jonet looked not a littlo surprised The turnkey grinned Tho reverend gentleman stepped at once into tho ctll nud wnt lost to tight Do not lit mi out btfore eight oclock said his voice and you Lepel inquire for me as soon as you return for I fetl a little nervous Now shut the door The door was closed on the reverend gentleman and the little group outside aftir looking at one anothtr with a humorous expression separated and each went after his own affairs Evans lingtrtd behind nnd took a look at the massive door behind which for the first time a man had gone voluntarily and after grave deliberation delivered himself at long intervals of the two following profound reflections Well Im blessed Well Im blowedl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ out his hnnd It was taken almost violently by the self immurett who efled Oh Lepel I nnd held him In a strnnr hut tremulous grasp Then after a pans he said more ralmlj The light dazzles me the place seems on fire now Perhaps yon will bt kind enough lo lend me tour arm Lepel Mr Irpel lead him out ho hod one hand btfnro his eyes which ho gradunlly withdrew whilo speaking lie fount lifin- self 111 tin middle of a group with a sly inter on their faces mixed with some cu- riosity How long have I been there asked he quietly Six hnur it it nine oclock Only six hours incredible Well sir I suppose you are nnt sorry to be out This is Mr Hawes the governor put In Mr Lepel Hnwos continued jocoselj What does it fell like sir I shall have the honor of telling you that in private Mr Hitwes I think Lop el we have an engagoment with Mr Jones at nine oclock So fayine tho new sternly chaplain with n how in the governor took Prisoner refractory ut the crank on his friends arm nnd went lo tea with Mr swered Hodget doggedly Jones Tho clergyman walked up to Rnbinsntr There now snld Hawes to the turn and examined the collar lite waisUonlf keys that is a gentleman He doesnt and the strap blurt everything out before vou fellows he Have you the governors authority M reservei it for his superior officer said he firmly ihWart Next morninc the new chnplnin request Utile is if they wont do iheir waikilif ed Mr Lepel to visit the prisoners cells in jacket a certain order and mako notes of their Have you the governors authority for clinrncter rn fur as ho could guess them tills particular act He himself vislied them in nnother order In a general way we hav and msde his notes In iho evening they Jn a word you are not actliic under hM compared these We must bo content authority and you know it tale ihe mart with nn extract of two down this moment The men hesitated ir trpsts Hock No 37 A very promising nilijtet If you dont I shall penitent and roiljntd Says If Iht door f The turnkeys a lidle fffaggered by hi the priton wai left open ho woufd not go out na icarncu zau tent ana 19 Itarnlng nrtetn firmtcss began to confer in whispers Tho a day chnplnin who wasoncof yourdeclded men JotepHi Fo An InttrcitingJhoy ignoHe sprang rant but apparently nell dlapoted In 111 could not wait the consultation health Tho aurjton should be consulted about lo Robinsons head and began lo undo tho him collnr The others seeing this decided Klrutl Xo Sullen Impenitent nnd liru lal Says It is no tuo his learning texta thoy move came and helped him Tho collar wont itaj in hit hoad Discontontedi witntt nnd strap being looked he thiefs body to go out in the yard Tho best one can hope for here is that the punishtaent which he ffmlj ensneked ns it was fell helplessly forward so jevere will deter him in future Snjs he Ho IihcI fainted during tho discussion in will never como horo again but doubts whether fact his senses were shut when the chap he ihnll get out alive Uno him tumo tracts Jump The prisoner whose term owing ta Inin first enme to the cell The chnploirr his oxcellent conduct Is reduced from twelve callght him and being u tery strung manr months to nine months to that he goes out next week Having llscovorcd that the nenn saved him from a dangerous fall mid seated him gently with his IftCk to the wall had not been contevcl to him I asked Mr Hawci lo let me he tho hearer When I told Water was sprinkled in his fiice The him liis only remark was with an air of re chaplain went hastily tn find the gorernor Then I shall not finish tny Jojpcls i Bret bfgst for an explanation whon he tidd me He came to him pale and out of bienth that fur eight mouths ho hnd been committing I found tho turnkeys outraging a pristhe Ooipeia to heart and that ho wua just he ginning St John which now ho nhoulil never oner finish I sistil ho must flnl h it at home in tho Indeed said the governor It was ti intesvnl nt honest labor ills countenance new idea to him that nny thing could be an brightened nnd ho said he would A most ehterine ense and ono of the beft outrage on a prisoner prooft of tho efliciicy of tho separate and filent They confessed they had not jour au- Â¬ tjttcm 1 havo met with for tonio tlmo I fear thority so I look upon me to undo their I almost grudgo you the poisessiou of such an example act Itobiiiion A bnd subject robollions and mv Humph I age refuses to speak Tlmo and tho discipline I now leave the mntler in yoffr lands will probably break him of this but I do nil think he will eter mako a good prisoner sir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Itll KohlAton remained a silent basilisk The chaplain vitllcd hlrfV trtrf day salt one or two klntj tvurrft fo hfrn iTffrf retired without f6fciltliig a word or Ifok of ac knowledgement One day surprised anrj hurt by IhlM continued flldiiracr the chnp lnin rclircd with nil audible sigh- - itoliin son heard It nud gttilmd his teeth wllh sat isfaction Solftnry tortured and degiaded he Itnd still found one whoftl 4 could annoy a Ititlo bit Tin governor nnd ihe tiew chnplairf agreed constant civilities chnrmlngly passed betwoon them The chaplain as sisted Mr Hawes to turn the phrases nf his yenrly report ami Mr Hawes more thnn rrpsM him by consenting lo his introduc- Â¬ ing various liandictrifts Into tho prison ut his own expend Hoi hn countys Parson must hnve g it a longer pnrso Ihnii imiai nf u thought Hnwcs and it increatrd his respect INohably Mr Hawes would not havn beerr So ifidiflVrcnl had ho known that this Introduction of rational labor was Inleniletf ns tho first step lownril ufitit funning and cxpelline the sacred crank One day from a sense nl ditty he forced himself into tho Inbor ynrd nnd wnlked wincing down ihe row when suddenly at the mouth of one of the furthest cells he slopped and threw tip his hand with an ejaculation M asrttffanment nnd dismay Tht re was a man jammed in a straight waistcoat pinned ngninst tn6 wnll by n strnp nnd throttling iu n lingo collar his lace was white his lips livid and Itii ejea rolling despairingly It wns Thomas Iloh insnn This sight took awny the chnplnint When ho recovered himself breath What is this1 snld he to the turnkeys Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 44 fc y I will sao into it sir CIUMAIXS lrofesset penitence Asked him The chaplain left Mr Hawes abruptly suddenly what sins weighed most on his con- Â¬ No nnswer science Prepared with an ab for he was seized with n sudden languor stract penitence but nopnrtlculnrt j reason ob- nnd nausea ho went to his own house and1 vious there he was tiolently sick Shaking off Mem With this man speak on any tonic rather thnn religion at present Pray fur this as quickly as he could this weakness ho cjf deceivcr as would for a murderer went at onco to Robinsons cell Ho found JittphiAn amiable boy teems out of health and spirits Frys ho hns been over him colled up like n Snake He canto has worked nnd punished for Inability Shall in- tily into the cell with iho natural effusion tercede with tho governor for him of n man who Irad taken another mans Mem Palo nnd hollow eyed pulne fet14 Struf This poor man It in a ntnta of deep parf I much four the want of light nnd I want to ask you a question depression Whnt nlr and society is crushing him Ilo it fifty had you done that they should uso you lke yean old that Mem Inquire whether sept ralo confinement tries men hnrdor nfter a certnin ngo Talked No answer to him told film stories with all tho nmlnatton It Is not from idle curiosity I nk ynoi I could Staid hill f an hour with him j ho brightened up a little and asked mo to come but ihatjl may be able lo advise you or in again Nothing tn bo dono hero at present but tcrctde for you if tho punishment should amuso the poor soul appear too severe for tho offense Watch him jealously Mom Ilke Itock Jtuj Indifference toprufvtsei exlrnvngant No answer personal liberty and Come I would wait here ever so long fienitcnco Ho overdoos It greatly 8criituro however it nppcnrt ho has gained hit point by upon tbo phnrrco of your speaking to me if It Ilo hat induced Mr Jones to plead fur you wero the only prisoner but there am him In mltlgntion of punishment and next others in their solilude longing for mar week ho leaves prison fur a littlo whilt lis askel mo to hear him sotn texts I said time is precious will you speak to ftno No my poor fellow j thoy will do you 111 ranch who desires to be your friend good whether I hear you thera or not Ily a No answer light that flashed Into hit eyo I saw ho com prehended tho equtvnquo but ho suppressed A flush of impatience and anger crossed hit Intelligence and nntwtrod piously That tbo chaplains brow in most men it wourl they will your reverence JMiinton This man wears a lingular look havo found vent in words This mnn but of tcorn as well as hatred which touplod with Ho hit repeated refusal tn tpeak to me provakod turned away to hido it from its object mo in that I felt strongly tempted tn knock him gulped his brief ire down and said only So Hnw unworthy to be provoked at any ihon I am never to bo of down any use to you thing a grant sufferer can say or do I every sol nnd rent sorrowfully nway itary pritonor must surely be a great niuerer My judgment It quite at fault hero Robinson coiled himself up a littlo light- Â¬ I know no mors than a child whit Is this mans char- Â¬ er nnd hugged his haired of all munUiiiJ and tho causa of his strange conduct acter Mem Inqulro hit antecedents of the turn closer like a treasure that sumo one hnij keys 0 Lord enlighten ma nnd givomo wis Â¬ just tried to do linn nut of dom for the gtent mid deep and difficult task As the chaplain came nut of his cell he I havo 10 boldly undertaken was met by Hawes whose coiinteunncn The next day tho now chaplain met the wore a gloomy expression that soon found surgeon In the jail and look him Into Jo- III way into words sephs cell The chaplain It not allowed lo Interfern He only wants n little rest and nour Â¬ between me and the priiontrt In this jail- ishing food he would be tho belter for a Explain Mr Hairei littlo amusement but and the man of You havo been and ordered my turn Â¬ science shrugged hie shoulders keys to relax punishment Can you read mid Mr Eden You forget Mr Hawei I explained to Very littlo sir you thtf they were acting without ihe reif Let the school mnilercomctohiin every uliite authority from you day suggested the experienced individual That ti all right and I have called them He knew what separate confinement was to account bul then you aro not to order1 What boroi a boy out of prison amusei him them either you should have applied try in it me Hawei gave a cool consent So poor lit I sec I s eaf Forgive mo this littlo tlo Josephs had a richer diet ami feat from breach of routine where a human rmiturrn1 crank and pillory nnd thtv scnool master suffering would hnve been prolonged oy spent half nn hour every day teaching him etiquette and above all tho new chaplain sat In hli Ugh I Well It most notj occur Again- cell and told him itorttt that Interested I trust the occanlou will not him Ior that muter yon wi often lee re Josephs listened lo the good chaplains fractory prisoner punished in thli jail tales and conversation1 wllh wonderful In You had hitler mind yuur own buslnett In leresl and hli lace always brighttned when the jail it will find you work enough that gentleman camo into hli cell Tho I will Mr Hawei to dittuade me school mailer reported htra not quick but from cruelly Is a part of docile These wore his halcyon dayi Continued on Fourth Tag TUB XKW 37 Aiefr Â¬ X Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ llfc t Vn raflBaiaaaaaiaaMaeaaWaaBBBBSBMSa1ri MMMHHHHHpHIBHHWaaH1 - - - - - - - - - U fc r i 9 IucVj li the suau wliuia a ttraj Jug finds ruiMiuu rsuvkkii AB tftf 53 VY lVSV KY it IHH3 Luck alnjs dlil toby rnrnr In this - mnld Nnvt llcrVs Hriir Sianloti or Killtor i Irniki Yftninn but ben tilrfurtl vui UIKIIK brjiml hit Mud nud ho iliiirl tr em to tliivcnicir renl7e it cite be would never adrerllse Subject tiithedoctslon nf tho llcinncrfitlcPitftv fur some one to come nnd rellero mm of it KNOTT f Marion Hot J PUOCTOH It Is no such luck ns that ol Hoatlng Cnmp no dad woman glnd to be dead no live tlov lLvriniiK tus coinmlrloncil tlio week oM baby of 1riit Our Cantrrlla rotund In tho baby glod to be iillvej no tympithlilng Eselmngo regular nrinjr of Kriit ukjr miners planking down the gold dust ni a When Col Cnntrcll Mornis the colic fin tune lor tho niolbcrleis waif that was Willi phlnlcd biMtrriianfparccniic never lo know n father no rushing torrent 1 CALHOUN GIRLS K8CAVADR Wont there be n windy Indc submerged child and brave Kenluck to And routing of the f ul cnloric lifn in the effort t reicuo tin The Louisville papers of Saturday with offer his With cnnllnue tl ii Innnt olonel Imbc of shame but pet and darling of the brave show of headlines recorded the nr Spniilcilbcthebnuc that Miuirms Nothing of that tort These style reil In thoir city tho preceding afternoon camp Will reform rrftmns intrrnal ofdiainalics happened only with tlo old of Miss Hattie Muster tho pretty and viAnd dimolro the Diet of Wornii Yet Hunrys luck it not vacious daughter of Judgo John Muster a forty niners Like a liltlo Luilicr Trlnstance wealthy and respectable citizen of Caltrillion Its touch of romance Or therell no truth or ky houn McLean county on tho gruvo charge Leaden A bleak Jniiuaiy night Any ihinc elo in inedicnl trrim It or tlieft from stores overhead Slccl shealhrd pavements under of shop lifting foct Streets lighted by the wili olh seems that Miss Hattie was on a visit to an Ucvknou ii the food of Utile inindi A tired aunt in the city and would convey tho nr wips Frankforleri call gnulnnip Ciiiticn loiMi it thenfter clnpnl the bell editor wending his wny homeward slip ticlcv to the rcsidonco of her relatives ping and sliding hither nnd thither and where she concealed them In her trunk This brnin of nn Idle innn ii tho devils occasionally titling down suddtuly at Wc condenso ilia tad tlory from tho elab lint bed though to tnko the ice unawares nnd tctl orate report of the Courier Journal Several niystcrioui robberict have oc imoky its capiicily to bear a shock Ice on beard A lutti iiant girl nlwnys innkei n and mustache frost in iho brtalh nnd curred at Nugents dry goods store on old woman Fourth nveuue in tho past few weeks a numbness in hand and feet i IMfjoiiii to the bettor land sntd tbedy Valuable parcels of silks and satins were Hlast the luck exclaimod the benight in gambler ed editor as lie unexpectedly ant down in missed and no ono about the establisha plaee whore the ice was thinner than ment could account for their disappearCnrrviio girl utilize their old shoes by usual and water undermath Ono afternoon Mitt Mutter entered ance using them for trunks the store and proceeded to the trimmings It was tighi at his car It wat not loud department After making some trilling Hah boys do not din young as evil weeds she wns shown to the ladies like the voice of the bull dog nor long and purchases urc never killed by frost department which is at the front of the melodious like the toi g of tho hound house and is presided over by a young Iiikwui Gkiuiaiiiits brnc tnlk ended The editor wheeled around on hit centre lady Here the purchased and paid for ufler nil in inglotioiM lliglt of gravity with a solemn slow nnd pivoty teverai atticlct and pulling n lot of valImik talk biectls after thought ntid lif motion uable silks from under her cloak proceedter thought often sups on sorrow Ilcforc him on the edge of tho sidewalk ed to wrap them up explaining to tho nai n little dog a nhite little fellow bow- Â¬ young lady clerk that tho had purchased YntTUK should be hedged with discre ing and scraping and wagging its tail with them at another sloro and the paper had tion even in the roic is guarded by thorns delight at having found n companion to broken and she had put the goods under Tub JcfTvrioii county jnil seems to be n share with it the hollow vnstuets and black her cloak until she found an opportunity of wiapping lliom up Miss Muster then favorite rcsjrt with Louisville city ollicinls void of night said the wnrm hearted proceeded to the gloro department where Poor dogciel winter this sho managed to crib several pairs of but cold poitcriored editor ji costly kid gloves after which the left the 1 hire is alwiivs a hidden aud unexprett Tub Klirnbelltown News is a model county newspaper and one of the hand- - able charm in the voice of svinpathy lhat store A few hours afterward the silks wins the heart of man woman or beast off were missed from the trimmings departauineit in the state hand Thu music of thnt charm drowned ment and inquiry among the clerks traced Yoimj girU enn not be too coreful of the the hoarseness of Stantons utterance and thrm to the ladies department where she Kottcn apples spoil went clean through that lost aud forlorn hod wrapped them up Mr Nugent thought company they keep the sound ones doggies nature entering nt its nostrils and it would be best not to give publicity to the i i transaction but for all liaudt to keep a tilling its tail witli rapturous waggingi Ii a long tiHgitn betokens a short hnnd sharp look out for the handsome young Poor little lott doggiel s the proverb snyi every woman ought to The affectionate creature as the tender thief She did not make her appearance be a short hnnd writer voice again stirred tho orofoundett deptht again until about i oclock Friday afterMany prny to be made more pious no of its gratitude leaped into the bosom of noon when she came trippfng into the She was imtuntly recognized nnd And jet humble the Columbus thnt discovered it an un- Â¬ store one rsks to be humble known continent of bark and caper and a clerk detailed to follow and watch her iety l es U the soul of She proceeded directly to haggf white hnir in tho dark and un- movements the silk or trimmings department uuain linn Imiciipoii doesnt take stock in the fathomable ocean of night Poor doggie did not intend it but un and while the clerk who was waiting on tory of the aik He thinks the manifest of thnt crafts cntgo of lio stock it Xoali steady it tho teat of him who tits In dip- her turned his back to procure some artiperplaces and at the grateful little ca- cle she designated from the shelf she deft count nine cntapultcd againtt the breatt of the ly whisked sovernl costly piecos of bilk Tub tnnu ton itingy to tnko a paper is editor over be tumbled the back of hit from the counter and thrust them under often imposed upon through his ignornnce The clerk who was watching head striking the icy street with force suf- her cloak on the same principle that blind men swalproduce that astral phenomenon her instantly stepped forward and demandficient to low Hies lhat is us indescribable as it ii unpleasant ed them of her assuring her that he had Dash the brute wns tho involuntary witnessed tho ihcft and denial wat utclcis Iabksts could stock the world with betexclamation of tho overturned and alto- She became very indignant and protested ter inon if they would remember while innocence but when assured thnt she training their boys that Lnd grass makes gether weary editor icpented of as soon her at uttered when be heard the apologetic would be compelled to cubniit to search if poor bay whiiitt and felt the affectionate lick of the she did not restore the purloined articles she succumbed to tho inevitable took them CtlMiM the new Illinuis senator is a remorseful canine waif on hit icy cheek from their hiding place nud laid them on Ity Jupiter he exclaimed Kentuekian which giws the grnnd old tlia counter A couple of officers wero representation of nine in commonwealth a This li no boil of rorci called in and sho wns placed in their Nor couch of eidor Uown that body Thy bruitli not uf poiiej charge After much hesitation nnd in In noio of Jucob Brown Owsley ftirly rc pontcto repeated queitiont the finally Hut lets fight Jo ies and Come on doggio with difficulty as- told her name nnd designated the street They nre good and true men and who suming the perpendicular nad Ill give and number of the house of the aunt whom you may yet want one of them to knows thee shelter this cold winter night nnd a sho was visiting She alto assented to acappoint you colonel warm morsel for breakfast in the morn company the officers there and return nil ing Sho conducted tho goods she bad stolen HiiCE Champ of ihe Rourbon News who As though understanding him his Luck them to her room and opening her trunk Xonc is an authority on tho subject says jumped and frisked on befurc startling tho took tbeiefrom aud bunded to tho officers but slender well formed women can wear echoes oi the deserted street with its glad all the articles that had been purloined from plush to ndrnntnge barking and ntton ishitig and agitating tiie Nugents Her horrifiud aunt to whom Logans frosty air with the joyous waving of its she had represented the stolon articles ns Wc have cmcfully read Senator And strange Hpeeeh ngainst the Porter bill and are now bannered caudal appendage presents from young lady friends offered convinced that nn empty wagon makes n as it may appear the coming of tho dog to pay Mr Nugent double price for the ar was really the advent of good luck Where great deal of noise tides in ordor to avoid tlio disgrace liar as before its smote upon his i nrrrst would bring upon the family Hut The Courier Journal nnd the Nashville car bis every step was a menace to his it was too late then to compromise the Ameiicau arc quarreling over the tariff neck now he walked as steadily and ssfely mutter as the unfortnnate girl was already Whenever there is dissension in our own and swiftly ns though he were treading the in the clutches of the law She was taken sanded floor at Luschcrs ranks democracy suffers to jail where her uncle who had been Willi the morning came new surprises i notified of tho matter came nnd gave bail LnuisriMK feeli lonesome nnd has k lost The doggie that looked rather disreputa- for bcr appcaranco in tho city court Saturdog expression of the eye when three nights ble in the eemi ohtcurity that Frankfort day morning in succession glido by without nnjbody be calls gaslight bad under the deft and MissMustcris aged about twenty Mid she cleansing bands of his charming children ing slugged on her streets is represented as being exceedingly bcuutilul become lamblike in the whitenett of its and intelligent Her familr it said to bo William KiAiKninx was tried for lunacy tlccce while its neck wan decorated with a one of tho oldest wealthiest aud most ics n Midway the other day and tho jury de gay ribbon by the tasteful fingers of onn of pcctable in McLean county cided that he was only nfllicled with tho tho sweet little fairies lhat tuako of his fimily failing ungovernable highr temper homo a heaven of curl lily delights COUNT V 110 ADS Doggie ns toon at it snw itt retcucr and fioVKitsou DlackhiIin is firmly con tavior of the night before came bounding The following sensible suggestions which vinced thnt hell is a place peopled with toward him and with a yelp of delight nppcarud editorially in tho Louisville Com newspnrer folk where the still vvoiin dietb sprang into bis lap and rearing up with a mercial of Thursday under tho heading of not and the fire of uncomplimentary criti paw on each shoulder trikes us tome Ckeap County Itoads cism is never quonched thing to sensible aud timely that we transIruscd an hit lift a matin kiss Prunilie vf a day of blln fer thorn to our columns and repeclfully Tub Cincinnati News wastes good jirin And such a wonderful dog it wat too call tho attention of our county court Irosvenor of its teA ink on General The mouor wasted jenily upou Accomplished ns a boarding school miss thereto Mate who being a catarrhal cross between aud full of tricks as it Lexington coquette our roads under tho present alleged work it belch and n ineezo is too tiilutauculess Tho children soon discovered nil its won- - ing system would tile them and onto lo be n respectable wind bag duiful qualities It wat not many min tiled the expense of keeping them in fu before they were treating their proud tut u repair would be a mare bagatelle Vikvvlii through a smoked glass Culloin utes und delighted parent to a regular circut We know this from having noticed the benthe new senatorial meteor Illinois flingi Luck could stand on its hludlegt and fold eficial cirects or tiling upon low wet Athwart tho political sky omewhnt rcsein itt front ouet nereis itt breatt Aud then swampy laudi Hcsidet tlio suggestions blei in frni and feature the Into Abraham it would i car up on its foitfeet and imi carry with then such weight of reavon that Lincoln ns tho latter appeared in lHtf tate n boy walking nn hit handi Thon it argument in thoir favor it teomi to ut of words Says tho SitiOnb lllackburn unites with Cailiilc would tit bolt upright and go through the would be wanton waito motions of imoking a pipo Aud finally Commercial in leaving the candidacy of either for the In a great part of Kentucky good wagon speakership to the Ksntucky delegation it jumped the brouinsiick and danced tho polkn and walurd around gracefully Bl roadt would do more to iucrcaie the value then tho matter can bo settled in live miii of lands than u railroad and tho value of Como Joseph you know lhat Ho any bc lc of the lull room utos ihcio uererwas such a wonderful dog a railroad to a county would be groully en 0 etc who dallies Then and there belore leaving the house hanced if good wagon roads led to It from In tome por all sections uf tlio county The ilineuiakrrH duughtcr is n maid of the fortunnlo povt and editor made up bis rock to make mac And poor mind that ho would not take ono hundred tions of the slnte the Glasgow Times nvrl work adamized turnpiko roads is hard to get sole alio is frequently allllclcd with n millions of dollnrt spot cash for that re and consequently cnitly nnd a graded mac nnd will peg ivwny niii liable inlmul ultcli In her side prove tho truth of lie old adamized road coils a nun thut would And ai if lo at her work like Iati alighting to keep Hindu Ksgut laying that beads this arti- bear h Avily on tho meant of tome neigh fiotn being last nt a frnllo ho Chicago Tribuno publithed I I U - cle nothing but luck has attended him borliooit Tub Lexington Transcript by erroneous since lhat fortunate night when the iitilo In a mud road tlate indorsed by the Mem ly crediting in with a well written article lost dog disturbed his meditations with its phlt Avalanche from the mud road section which nccr bark Hi beer Is no longer all foam hit of Tcnncsiee recommended n plan for on The Pardon Ilusincti nppcared In theja columns has unwitting biscuits taste like French rolls hit butter bettering countiy roudi which bat been merit of ly placed us in tho unenviable position of isioeet nnd fiiin his coffee is ambruiia tried uccenfully aud has the contltts limply in Isying on editorhi chickens cheapness it nn nppropiiator of some one elics hiitcuk tender and juicy farm tles I ial We hops tho Tranicrlpt will do us tliu are like quails and hli tea the veriest nec both tides of the road ordinary u Ueptu ol ituout lour leei wmi ii tiuum tar When be putt pen to pnper witty hit Ju tire to correct its error -J nun-oi-ro- i BReEkenridge News JIKXltr STAXTONS LUVKt iui Itr paragraphs como without trouble nnd hli muae bubbles poctrjr m the sprlnit bubble water npnrklinc mimical inl lull ol the melodjr of nature Thrice ha ho dreamed mo iick ium ni w Ui i tliu cailinl priz at the next drawing of and the Lnlsiann State Loltrry revejullon came to us tho Idea of iiiggesl ing htm as tho proper and only person the democratic state convention should nomi nate for the position of register of the pub- Â¬ Verily lic lands Lucky Is the rami whom a stray dog finds Â¬ Â¬ have a slight incline and open at Intervals into ditches to carry off the drainage The road bed between the rows of tiles could be twenly fivo or thirty feet This arrange ment would thoroughly drain tlm road bod and keep It firm and dry except fur n little while after heavy rnlns in other words to quote from tho Avalanche there will then muddy roads during the bo occasional rainy teaioti wbereni now there are only occasional dry roadt after n long dry ipoll The farmer of the slate spend unough time and labor In wasteful and nluioit use los work on the roads under the existing system to pay for this sort of effective tiling in a few years The experiment is worth the trial and if it it tirccetsful1 s it hat been in Memphis and elsewhere the im proved road will more that pay for itself in a year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ir Â¬ Â¬ We prefer Proctor Knott lor governor because we know that bo will make a first class oxecutivt nnd not becautc we believe that either of his competitors will not fill the position vrith credit to themselves and profit to the slate It with us is simply a matter of choice between tluee good men and we choose the one we are best acquainted with If our man is unsncccssful we will support the fortunate one ns hearti ly and zealously ns wo would haro support ed our friend and neighbor While we may once in a while crack a jest at the other two gontlcmvn we scoir lo join in the war of detraction iiguinst them Their ambition to bo governor is an honorablo one and so far as wo know to the contrary their habits and attainments entitlo them to the respectful consideration of tho peo ple Wc want the friends of Mr Knott to enter tho convention witli clean hands nnd decent tongues nnd then let tho party select the beet mini for its standard bearer That is tlio attitude we propose to hold to ward Mr Knots opponents and we hope thnt all others of his friends will tee the wisdom of doing likewise Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lo apLiiliifmuiit in the Nbvvs lat week d Iheied lo the Amateur Literary Society a neat little lecture tn the subject Mental Culluro Hack route ttock hat advanced a Eood deal wiib lloono Higsby since that 2S0 000 a very moderate sum hnt been de manded by iho syndicate Nix of Dry Vulley had bat keep quiet on he Ilrandenhurg question as 1 nn told me lhat lie had onietliing to narrate about Nix and a certain vltit ho made lo that romantic lilt lo city A son of Mr Nicholas Hill retiding over in the Sand Hill nolghboihood wat buried in the Hardaway burning ground latt Monday lie died of pneumonia induced By expoture lie had jutt atla ned hit majority when the arch destioycr claimed him for hit own Mr Robert K Wnods was confined to hit room on Friday last unable to fulfill his duties in tbe tchool rooin on account of a severo cold Ha also had too mu h jaw in a literal seme I mean for not many days ago one of his fiiundi told blm that he always had loo much jaw figuratively speaking Mr Hufus D Cain has been confined to his room with a severe cold We are pleated however to bear that he is convalescing Â¬ Mitt lUttlo Drury who hat been visiting In Loultvillo during the patt week returned homo on Wednesday looking quite woli Mr Kdgar Dennett hat been In Louit vllle during the past week with a view to perfecting plans etc for hit new mill which ho will coirmcnce erecting in a short tlmo Mr fl II Paul has been in Louisville for the past week laying in a stock of iron fur the spring trade Mr It IJ Wlllett of Oarrett according I - m- - FT W 1 fWI VH f q T -- T lj - F T WHF Â¬ VK psSJtJJ ilI Â¬ SPRING MENT OUR STOCK OF X i WALLPAPER A t ZD Â¬ Tovt Cannox ol the Henderson Sentinel is n candidate fur the legislature So is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Thomas tho talented youn editor f the Muhlcnhcig Kcho Wc rogiet to sec these bright young journnlitH taking this backward ttcp Their present position ii more exalted than the one they seek and offeH them larger and surer opportunities rendering their slate felSowrwen nnd However not ques party valuable service tioning their right to aspire lo any position they please and fur from asserting that am It nivc Unlvoraul SatlNfuctlmi bition in young men is not laudable wc exIEiTciiriKLii Ky Nov 15 188 In tend them both our hearty good wishes W ll Wiiitk Dear Sir llonso send mo I have never dozen Lung Ihvl iim Tub Ilotirbon News ii determined that soldnny medicine thnt has given tho satis faction for what it proposes to cure ns its patrons having paid their money shall Whites Lung Balsam Yours Ac huve their choice of lliequalityof its new W V WonniAM Recording a cutting scrnpe in its town rr says the cul in tho wounded manH neck barely missed the jugular Then ns Inter 3IrN HolN ftni lnii Mrs llotsy Norton wlfonf Jeremiah Norton information announces t lit poor frllons iloiaitcrf this llfo u n Tluirilny Jaiiuirjr II death Finally nt the veiy Int at dcclaics lfW t her homo near ITnlnii Star Jhclc-ccn-enan about seventy yenr nf that he still livo i She kind nnd faithful nir ilnrlnj the filly whs three juiia uf her inarilit lift Ihi erfully ahar RAILROAD TALK Inj tlo tili ami enrej nf h r liiuhnnil and en joying tlio frulM of their mutant lit or She jirnt t lie Mr KoM 31 Jolly virrstcN II I iresidence Iiit furty lhree ear f her life at thowhrrvin he died Opinion- - Frrul- flliolcfl ninuvhillion an her coininniin besides numerous lMltor lieekotiridgu Kvns I would like to give my opinion and viuwp Krnndciiildrnn and a host of other relatives to mourn her departure ni we Ucwloi villains su it if the Nrvvs Annt Iletsyas every nno called her was will be so kind ns to imblish ihem an excellent neigiihor her inotn Icing i ot to To stail nt Tip op Hiid run via Sho possess any thing lhat alio would not loan to Hardin imrg ihfiiee to Owcnsboro was a memler of tho Cuinhcrlind Presbyterian will save n dintaucc of about 15 miles over church ami wns a cinsirtent Christian to the She boro hnr afllietions the route survcvcd down the river and day of her deith would save a cost of many thousand dol- which vtcro of a chronic nutiirc without a murWhen death eamo rho pronounced her mur lars and bo us profitable a route ns the river one and to run from Tip Top via filth stroni in her Parlour and received the Weil done thou gncd and llcwleyville und Hnrdtnsburg toClovcrport nclcomo plaudit faithful virvnnt inter Into the joys of thy would sitveadiitniiccof 10 miles nud would Lord be much cu ier built und at n great deal The burial servicci were conducted by Hov Aud as lo the tunount of Vt Head a friend nnd neighbor Peacefully less expense slock uny company or cori oration should he nan laid to rest in the family burial crnund requite to be laited along the above line to near tho hniuc over which vho had to long pre sccuie I lie lute hero would be nodiiliculty sided as wife nnd mother Hut wo foci assured in raising it Wc are willing lo give t o that her sptilt has been tiansforred to a house rich of wny nnd ar willing and more than not inn Jo with hands eternal in the hcavons anxious tn ubcribe stock und to use our be May the aged companion anil all the offspring gatheroJ with the sainted wlfo and mother liuner iiiuaciiCL nuu imiucy in Huuuru no h In her celestial homo and I am confidant and well assured railroad Dwell in lovo togothcr that wc can raise a suoicription along this There will bo no parting thero iouip trim Tip Top to tho Hreckenndge Clifton Mills Ky Halms C IIkai county lino of 30 000 from the Meade Ty Meade County News plcnee copy county line In half tho distanco to Hardin burg of 2j000 and Hardiusburg I uiu Ry asking Ion much we may los tbe confidant will come to the front with a little that we had before Kidney Woil subscription of 5000 or 10000 and it is asks nothing but n fair trial This given A reasonable to suppose that if Cluverpoit it fears no Ins nf faith in its virtues Tor thirty cant got the river rente she surely wilgive lady writes from Oregon us her 3000 to draw it in hearing of the j cars I liavo bon afflicted with kidney iron horse nnd I am intislicd that if it complaints Trvopnckncesof Kidney Worl should run from Hnrdinsburg toOwensboro have dono me inoro good than nil the medI that the balance of the county would and icine und doctor I haro had before So voti spc at the lead believe it is n suro euro will nive J3 000 calculation we can casly raUc in Meade and Hreckeniiiige counties the sum ef 125000 and 1 will go farther nnd say lhat if this amount is not tullicient to draw in tliu mud by a little work wc can raie tho amount above on liist deal 100000 more THE NORMAN STALLION Thiie is nothing small about us Wo know we have tho preVrenco ol routes to any other in every paiiicular and if money it wliut they wnnt we will get it Aud we intend not only to have our route and claims considered but to have the road We do not blame Brandenburg for wanting tho load but we do most earnrttly blame Clovorport for wanting Jirandonburg nnd Iho river people to reap the benefit of it Let Clover nnd river transportation both not t como up and ihow her generosity nud let our grand old county and lis peoplo icnp the benefit of an outlet for their proM duce If we get tho road we nre willing for it lo go lo Cloverpnrt that is if the will assist us with her little old 5000 cub I am satisfied that the upper scription Meadu county Hewleyville nnd Hardiusburg people are fully in enrnest about this matter nndlutcnd to go lo work nnd sift it lo tbe bottom and if there is a shadow of a Weight L550 lbs will ttand tho entire year chanco Id contend for it 1883 at tho stables of K Oglesby one half rnllo Let us have a meeting soon and organize west of Clorirport Ky in earnest and go to work When wo have DIlSVIllITION a meeting let every man that wants the old last August is wastbreo Dont stay nt 10 Hercules high Iron years largo flat bonot road be there in person gray hands home and conclude that your neighbor is heavlly muscled J well proportioned body beaugoing and ho can represent you but come tiful head and neck and fine stylo and aetlon with him und you and ho come by and 1 know vou bring jour other neighbor barged of which fi cash li ser- Â¬ J820 will want thu road and oro willing to take slock vice money boand 15 Insurance to bo paid when but your presence is needed us well ni your the innro it known to lo In foali 15 cash by Let us llewleyvillaliis hear Iron the season and 10 cash for tho tingle leap money llardinlburg and Meade coiiny and then Parting with tho mare before she it known to call a meeting soon and go lo work be In fonl will forfeit tho insurance money Ctre Willi iiiuny good wishes for the liver will he taken to prevent accidents but wo will route that will sroi lm in tho ran for I not bo responsible should auy occur Ynu nro cordially Invited toeall and examine am now so full of our railroad lhat I Imag ine tli at 1 am riding on it I imnuin ono of our horse bofuro selecting another to breed from Thero is no other breed of horses so well adapt Â¬ our coming benefactors ol the railroad ed to the wants of our farmers or on which we H M Jolly can id surely depend for Improvement In the iWLKYVIIIK Kr character and form uf our mongrel breedt fr Miss Rcvio Cain has charge of the music class lately taught by Miss Myra II lies ton ol Hardiusburg A more worthy and leaclirr would be hard tn accomplished find and instead of four students the should have nt least a dozen If the Cloverpnrt railroad has done nothing else it lias developed some latent tal ent which otherwise miulil have smoldered away aud been lust foruver Tho Nivs some dnvs aco had a paragraph in regard to Col Brondlipiid and his corps of engin A young lady tendered the writer of eers thu the startling information lhat tbe colonel am bis crops of engineers would speedily be down the river Shades of Mr- Partington defend us I Thnt celvbrnod old lady is nnw lo have a viriiablc iivai a matler of f vPl where ignornnce is hlits l s folly ti be wive kind nf rival This wis only a s mk of genius but such a brigl t spark cannot fail to have ome from u file lhat non is to burst furtb into splendor ai d Mr Partingtons occupation will surely bo Quit Hides gjne Â¬ -- WINDOW - Â¬ Â¬ O jES a jHE jj PRING SEASON Are now arriving and the line will be found to embrace everything needed by the trade in GILTS BRONZES SATINS PANELS Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ obTtTjary X I IIEIBROIUS FEESCOES BORDERS AND DADOES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I in large variety and all of the new- Â¬ est and most favorite patterns and colors eESZES--- - ID JElIEs TAS- Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ SHADE FIXTURES CORDS SELS ETC ETC ETC New Advertisements In this line we show the very latest styles and patterns Please call and examine the stock JOHN D BABBAGE IKliiBlesjlBesttttaw rfviMTssssIrtaifaagi Ual GILY BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Â¬ HERCULES 2nd A FAHEEJSTBEEG E3sLZdIrLSfouxg IKI37 Keeps constantly on hand Fresh Hread Cakes end a nico assort Â¬ ment Candies Nuts Canned Goods Tobacco nnd Cigars Oranges Lem Â¬ ons and Domestic Fruits always on hand and served in any stylo on short notice drop in and boo mo when yon como to Ilsmlinsbtirp Â¬ TERMS PBBSH OYSTERS Dont fail to H ALBERT FAI1RENBERG -- Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE city set on a hill can not be bid but llfiwbyvillo bat becu iilmost hid by tbe mud for tome days A J 1 flFTKTIIKNS riioiutiirioiiN J JOHNSON sale for Has just received and A offers DOORS SASH WINDOW GLASS TllOUAS IntUXXD Ky I 1 Â¬ Scnbee pasted through Hew J leyvillo Wednesday en route for Louisville Hpv S Cloverport Ky Marei from a distance fed nr grated for a rea Â¬ No lesponsllillty for accidents sonable price U OUUJSHY or escapes Haublston Ilolts Ky Holts Ky KOglissy Manager Hancock Co c Â¬ J George Paul son of U D Paul our popular blacksmith left on Tuesday last lor Clinton Henry county Mo where lie intends lo mnko hit home FREE frtlvtijrr able terms l su kisattiM i as uaKtrui en ARTICLES immm m9mmmw 4 Also Contractor and Builder Work done in modern style and on reason- Â¬ r li snesni ee w w- mm pm i nw rrsErvni PWBlITf wflTIHlTBlHlWniTlIT E Breckenridge News rfulirly ni Mr town V 1 Mr h of Uetrhyrltlf in our authorized Traceliuj Ateat and A TmvrlliiK Finite -i- Affi iil krrctpondent - IICKMONAIi Uoorge zr rz- - z of llrandcnhurg li In Mr Joe Owen will 1ero for Tixm In b few weeks Mrs W T McOnrjr has returned from Bit jihensport Mr J T P town Saturday Owen of Louisville was In Sleepless night made miserable by that Slillos Curo is tho remedy terrible cough for you Sohl by A It FishorCloverporl and Hoard A Deo lor Hardlnsburg Mr J M Mitchell agent here fur Dav Idxin Mount Ic Cl Kvaiisvlllr Iiil his bought ahmit 40 000 spnkes nt an average price of 13 60 per thousand Fnrmers nnd nthors desiring a genteel lucrative agency business by which 5 to rnd adJress at 20 n day enn be earned Co once on postal to II C WiikiksuK 1I5 and 1U7 Fulton Street New York January 25 1883 at the resi llximiwi dence of Mr Chns Miller near Ilaidius lung Mr Willie 8 Beard In Miss Kato Junes Rev J R Dempsey officiating Will you suffer vslth Dyspepsia and Liver Â¬ THE RAILROAD PRQWECTS AFIi it t I lm TRAGEDY IN OHIO COUNTY r I 4s purl and Beard x Bcoler HurdinMiiirg Wo are glad to announce thatHnn W R llarucs has recovered from his illness whore Ctpt A J drou nnd Mr C P ItaHnge He left for Chicago last Thursday ho was called by pressing law business went to Louisville 8unday night Shllos Cough and Consumption Cure is Judge J C Urishear of Steihcniiort It cures consold by us on a guarantee paassd down on the Knglo Monday Sold br A It Fisher Clover- Â¬ sumption A 0 Moorman of South Cirrollton Mr port and Beard A lieeler Hanlinsburg made u flying vlilt to Holt Imt wcok Work will begin Dim IliiiMHsnuiia Sir Will WatklniJr of Owenibore tnada on tho Louisville St Louis and Texns n flying vising t lata parents at Holt Imt week railway within the next thirty days aud Hon T A Robertson eengrcssman elect dont you forget it Your loving cousin to Washington City frmn thli district neul Ci ov Enronweek Imt henlth and sweet breath Cuturrh Curod Mln Kimnn Knsey went to llardlnsburg last rice Catarrh Remedy week to nttond tho mnrrlage of her couiln Mill secured by Shllo Nasal Injector free Sold by A 60 cents Kato Jonts 11 Fisher Cloverport nnd Uce- Â¬ and Beard Mill Ietttla Jonos of llardlnsburg leaves ier Uardiniburg next week to take charge of a ichool at Mooro Hold nesr Lexington Ky Bob Pierce SHyi lie js now experjencing some of the sweet realities of married life Mill Lulu Jolly of Hardlnsburf left yes to vlilt such as tacking down the carpet bouncing terday morning Tot Nahvlllo Tonn out early in the morning and building her friend Miii Ida lllllinan Isergla Haw fires bringing water and palling the coir Mill Lee Ileitnett and Mlsi Shllos Vitalizer is what you need for kin of Stephcnsport pamed down on tha LaConstipation Loss of Appetite Dizziness glo Sunday to visit relatives ai nociipuri Price 10 and nil symptoms of Dyspcpsin LOCAL IinKVlTIES Sold by A 11 nnd 75 cents per bottle Fisher Cloverport und Board k Heeler if all right Â¬ Â¬ 111 Mr J M Johnson of Fordsvllle was Louisville last week Mr John Culley l down with small pox at lits rosidenco In oulstllle Complaint Slillos Yititllier Is guaranteed to cure you Sold by A 11 Fisher Clocr- - The railroad Who taid Sanuon tletf Goliuh Next Sunday is Shrove Sunday Empsons Caramels at Baubngos nam- Ground hoe dJ nr near Wcdnosdaj Lent commence next Owemboro bai twalve electric lights Thi mn rises at GS7 and sals at 003 The river cleared of ice Thursday morn inn Twilight begins at 630 and ends at 052 Dr HaytV prayer meeting talks are very ititoruiting last year 10C4 Co shipped Gregory hogsheuds of tobacco Try the Sailoi Knot chewing tobacco For sale at Dabbnges Some parlies in Owensboo are negotiat ing for the Tar Springs Jncic MattiiDily has been down fur six weeks with rheumatism lrof Tebo has just finished a new drop curtain for Fisher s Hall Wo have n very remarkable cit story from Stephenspoit this week Thero was much activity hero in railroad circles Monday and yesterday Call and see Uabbanas new stock ol Trail paper and window shades The Bourbon News is one of the spiciest papers that cumes to this office Dick Owen has been appointed postmas ter ut Iinntsr Hull thu county Mrs lydia Riimsay is about to recoive her husbunds beck pension ol 1000 Â¬ Haidiusburg Â¬ 4 I 5ri- - V V - fi f JK m Mr Sheldon regiilor of the land office has settled his accounts with the state dont Capt McCoy of tho Ariadne stand back lor mud but goes tight in Who says now that our railroad has nut been mentioned in the Courier Journal Shilohs Cure will immediately relieve Cr up Whooping Cough and Bronchitis Eddie Ryan has quit the pike and mov Â¬ ed to tho cross roads in Hancock county Latest stylts of Linen Collars nnd Crepe Huching at the New Millinery Lisse Miw H V Duvoix Auent Store Live hogs are much easier handled by So the ship torchlight than by dayljtfht pers say The Methodist choir meets for rehearsal every Thursday night after prayer meeting at the church Mr Barney Lilian sold last weak to parties in Kvansville Ind a larfis load of 72000 spokes Trlbiitu ol Itvvpect Silk Veilings in all colors at the New Cloverport Lodge No 133 F aud AM Millinery Store at their regular meeting Saturday night Mas II V Duscax Agent passed tho following resolutions of respect The southern cotton exposition will lor tho memory nf the lateAradL Simons 1 and continue open at Louisville August Wuskkjs It has pleated Almighty flod to on hundred days remove by death from our mldit Ilrother Alii L Biuonk whleh event occurred on the 18th brilliant and fashionable are ha tho Diamond Dye colors One package day of January 1833 therefore in nIthas been JUmtcttl That In his death a 10 cents for any colors 1 lo4lbs of goods lost who until enfi clilud by age und dlieaie colors was active and useful to tho buninju and locul community The back routers from hero to Owembo years ho wai a ll That during all ro offer 30000 and a free iighfway dorotod Maion ever hli active the behests of allre to through their lauds Mnsonio charities and a prop and support I J Rattle tho ordor Tha Arkamaw Doctor nnd we remember with in heads Travels for sale by J D Babbage bllity That sympathetic nature profoundhis sens his true and Price 25 cents each to all In dlstrois or need friendships Mrs Fannie Alexander alias Smith IV That his family and Immediate friends havo the sympathies of this lodge In their dscp was arrested last week iu Elizabethtown dlitren for stealing a horse v That wo wear tho uiual badgo of mournDr Hayes preaches short sermons at ing fur thirty duyi and that theie resolutloni long range to catch his audience who oc- be inroad on the reoords of the lodne and that a copy bo dolivered to the widow of our de- cupy the back pews U I cvuiuu uruiiicr mm menu mm unu tuub T Mr Watlcsoni new book Oddities In lliKcxsauiDoi Nswa bo requested to publish Southern Life and Character for sale at then Babbages book store lly order of the lodge Jko C IUbiuui Lichtfoot and Miller shipped to CincinCom J A Murray last week 10 head of line cattle and nati C W MoonuAi J Cliailio Lisbon 3 head ftCunnltoii pspn plena copy Fourth avonue Louisville is to be lightlroo of flhurtro ed with the electric light from Main street All persons sudoring from Coughs Colds exposition to the cotton Asthma Bronchitis Loss of Yoice or any In thirty days Cloverport will he enjoy affection of the Throat nnd Lungs uro re ing a boom of supplying five hundred or a quested to cull nt any drug store mid get a Trial Boltlo of Dr Kings Now Discovery thousand railroad hands free bridge across Town creek on the for Consumption f Its vf charge which will The wonderful merits und convince thorn road from here to Holt is unsafe for heavy show what a rogular dollar size bottlo will cross over loaded wagons to do Call early Jerry Burke had his dwelling house and X HcuiurUnblo Cut Story by fire last nil it contents destroyed Editor Breckcnrldge Newu Thursday night about 11 oclock Stephensport is the possessor ofaatevo Sam Hovious sold six head of mules vory remarkable for its drawing qualities last Thursday for C75 Thoy were young Beall Cox on seeing a cat walk into the animals and 14 and 15 hands high room in which the store stands watched it and was dumbfounded to see tho cat drawn For Umo Back Side or Chest use Slillos up through the stove nut the flue and light Porous Plaster Price 25 cents Sold by on its baek ir the middlo ol the street on A It Fisher Cloverport und Beard x Hee Â¬ the opposite ido of the house Ho told ler llardlnsburg Thomas Biggs about It and the latter conCharlie Hall accidentally shot himself tends it cant be possible that he has seen through tho right leg with aplito while many cats go through a Hue and ibey al driving the stage down from llardlnsburg ways light on their feet But Tecumseh Mnscly comes along and Raall Cnx shows last Friday night him where the cat fell and he Tecumseh The Ariadne on her up trip Thursday finds tho singed hair which ho Insists came got here six head of mules 30 head of off the back of the cat Please solve the hogs jirheaTof cattle and a lot of spokes problem ai to how tho cat fell Spot nil for Oincinnatl For Thick llesiae Croup Whoooplng Cough and Bronchitis conditions blllious iannedfaUly relieved by Sbllos Cure Bold laavr stomacha Wells May Applo Pills antlbllllouica by A HJFisher Cloverport and Beard k tharlic 10 and 25c uceier unruuisuurg Â¬ The Ariadne took on a lot of spokes here last week for Fvansville lnd and carried them to Cincinnati and back to She did it to Kvansville fur one freight kcp them from being curried off by the high water Last Wednesday Mr Dan Krnr st a lumber dealer from Kvansville Ind fell in the creek while cutting ice from around n bnrc and camo very nenr being drowned Frank Megerly wns near ut hand and shoved him n plank which was all that saved him Wo are in receipt of a note from Mr W N Burch correcting several innccurncies in the report of his difficulty at Johnsons It was store tho day before Christinas Charlie Johnson himself and not his son wns the party of tho second part Neither was Nobe drunk as reported His shotgun was nt hand und he didnt have to go home for it Three persons attacked hi in Chnr lie and Jim Irb Johnson aud Kd Mitchell Charlie advanced on Nobe with his hand on his pistol Jim Irb with a rock in bis hand and Mitchell with his coat off At the same time all ihrec were cursing and abusing him at a terrible rule When they had approached to within five or six yards Nobe ordered them to halt a command tify did not obey He tleii snatched up his At the gun leveled it und pulled trigger instant of dischaigo Sam Thompson struck the weapon up the charge wns lo t in nir I hat cndcda the row tho assaulting pirly suddenly discovering that they did not want to fight hull aj bad as they thought Nobe did not skip out us rupoit l h oi did rdbnt has remained at home attending to his business sis usual By the following from the Leitchfield Sunbeam ef FiiJay it will be seen that the Grayson county court refuses to assent to ilia marriage of that county with this by a bridge over Rough creek on the county Hon Green W Beurd Judge Mer- Â¬ line cer and Squire Rhodes were in attendance lust Monday and Tuesday at our court of claims and levy in the interest of a bridge across Rough creek at the point of Peter Cave G W Beard commissioner in behalf of tho Bicckenridge county couit presented and had entered on recoid lb orders ot his court looking to the construction of said bridge nud moved the Grayson county court to appoint a Ilk commissioner to agree upon a plan nnd contract for tho erection of the bridge which motion wns overruled by the court This step is thought to be taken for the purpose of compelling Giuyson county by mandamus to assist in the construction of Some interesting litigation is the bridge expected all of our people admit that the bridge would be ot great advantage to our county and the sole reason for refusing to assist at this time it on account of the heavy burden of railroad tax already rest ing on tho county Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ President Pierce icturned home night and lift fur Hcndiron ngnin Satur Wo seized tin tccmioii for day nibruiiig n bilef Intel ticw ulidjtlraued thcfilluwiug information The steamer Ohio Sunday night the 21st Instant rounded in at the upper what f hav Â¬ ing on bnard Mr JT Raplce of New York banker representing tho ijndicxte of copl talists thiii liai conlrHL tcd In build tho road Hon W P I Bush nf Frankfort and Hon J T Gnthilhl of lotiNvlllo Here they wo julnt il In President Pierce Score tnry Munay nnd Director Miller and the eutlro inrty then departed fur the purpose of waking up the lower coast people on the ncrestity fur them to iln something beyond talk In secure the adtantages of the pro posed railway Landing at lluwcsville thry wore met at 10 oclock next morning by many of tho citizen business men ami cnpitnltsts of that town iii tho court hotie when after President Pierce and othcis of the purty had made all necessary statements and explanations a committee was appointed to obtain subscriptions for the second mortgage bonds of tho company and assurance was given them thnt the amount required of Hawesvillft would be speedily raised The pilgrims then crossed the river to Catineltou lnd where n meeting was promptly called for the afternoon which wns attended by most of tho leading citizens and a committee appointed to soticit subscriptions From thence tho wanderers journeted to Tell City where a meeting of the citizens was held ut the Steiner House Here as nt aud which was well attended Cannolton great interest was manifested in the enterprise and tho meeting wm still in session Inking the piolimitiary steps to ruiio the amount asked nf them tho whistle of the Chus Morgan called the wanderers to the landing whero they took passage for Owensboro Arrived at that thriving little city they wtre reinforced by Yico Prcaidciit Powers and Director Monarch and a moeting of the citizens called for Tuesday night Din Â¬ ing the afternoon in pursuance of previous appointment u meeting of the bonrd of directors wns held at which the resignation of linn W W Jaber of Hnncock coiiutv V ns director was accepted and Mr J Raplce of Now York unanimously elected to the vacancy on the board thus created The same gentleman nas then chosen us sisthtit treiisurir nn office created at this meeting Alter the trninnction of a considerable amount of other buamesi the board adjourned At uiglit a large nnd cnthiuinrtic meet ing win held at the city hall where a num ber of apecches were made nud assurances given by prominent and representative cit- Â¬ izens that Owensboro would promptly do her part Recognizing the importance of prompt and onergetic action the parly re sumed their pilgrimage noxt duy Wednes diy their deitinrtioii being the city of Henderson where u lareo number of citi zens assembled nt night and lifter speeches and statements by Piesidcnt Pierce and others wherein the picscnt etntus of the enterprisers mudr plain and a propi si lion submitted for Henderson to subscribe for a certain amount of the second mort amid much enthusiasm tho gage bondmeeting udjourned to mcot again Fiiday nijit with the promise that if tho tailroad party would return to that meeting they should be gratified with a subscription for 100000 ul the bonds Thuisdy morning in n splendid coach and four our missionaries et out from Henderson foran invasion ot Union county That afternoon a moil anliafaciory meeting nnd tho party wut held at Moigaiifield proceeded to Uniontown that evening whcie the proprietor of the Ktiropean Hotel tendered them the hospitalities of his house free of charge and the citizens generally gave ihem generous and hearty welcome The meeting at night was well nt tended and its spirit was in admirable Keeping wiin me well known tliritt and en terpriio of that town in wl h h Uniontowns dettrratnatioii to aid aud se cure the road was thu predominant feature The railroad parly weie particularly in debted to Messrs It M Wilnon the able editor of the Local John C Martin Cup tuin W S Phillips Yaii C r me 1 and oil- Â¬ ers whose names have dipped our ineiro y for especial atioiitions duiiug their brief Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wide-aHa-- o Â¬ TIIlnnitrlft Accnnilllt cd on Their Krcriil Trip Tho Plnrrtor nf Tout Ktovuii r Tobeil llotklliMin Thos Stctcus ir In cry man of Bciocr Friday NewAuiisemjirts SOUTHERN SURE CURE BOSSES COLLEGE wAnsrr- slayer Dum a villngo in Ohio lounly on the K mid P loud Iim r miles rant if llnrllbld 18 A mus ahol nud Imtuiillv kllltd lnt Wkilni-sfor all disease of tha Kidney nnd tin in an al camion with Mr Iu millurly known us Tube u kins n a well known Mock tiailer ol ilatdin county It has apeolfla aoUon on UUa moit Important organ tnabUn It to throw off torpidity and under the following drcuniatuticcs lnaoUon lUmulaUng thehealtbjr eocreUcuof It n pears that Huskliuuii lad hiied a tho Site and bf keeplne the bcmala In freo houu i IStctcn with tliu intention ol veiloondltlon efftottng lu regular dlaaharce ing portions of Ohio and Butler counties HJIolaplri Uyotiaraiuffarlnfffrom IWldlailCla inaUria have the ehllla for the purpose of buying up cattle Ho are bllloua drapeptta or oonaUpated Sidney returned to Beaver Dum on lie day men Wort will aunly nUeve and quickly cure In the Spring- toelmnaothaByaUm erery tioned above returned tho houu to Sttv on ahould take a thorough ooutm of It ens stable and paid the bill of bite which - SOLD BY DRUGGISTS Prlcatl amounted to thirty dulhtis Shonlv altei wnrd he hunted Hoskltisun up and demand ed seent five dollars luoiu tint tnlut if the animal claiming thnt one of Its ces NOTICE had Iccn knocked out while in the posses ADMINISTRATORS sion of tho latter This Horknon deniiil All prrson having clalmi against thu eitato and a hot quarrel ensued between the two t men which quickly undid Iu blows Our of Mn to allle Adklnuii drrcnied nro hereby notified bring them properly infoimatiiii does not enligliteti us us to fur payment brfWo theforwardduy of Mayproved JOtli next whether Stevens exhibited u weapon or at lMSI tr they will bo forou r barred tempted to use one We only know that TI10S AHKISSON during the fight Iloskinson used a pistol on January 22 1811 Adinliilitrator Stevens with such cfTect that he iell dead in his tracks We are not personally acquainted with the muideicr but have been told by those who know him that he is uot ul a quarrelsome disposition and it was a mntter of surprise to them that he should become involved in so unfortunate an affair But we knew Tom Stevens more thun putsing well While ho was uddlcted to tho questionable habit ol gambling lie was withal n man nf estimable qualities warm and constnnt in friendship openhanded and I biral to the poor and needy an excellent husband and father slralght fuiward and honest iu all his dealings with his fellow man We regret his sad and tragic end and hope that the law will deal fairly and justly with his 1 LOUlSVILLJi KY PRACTICAL BOOK KEEPING SCHOOL OF STENOGRAPHY Ho LIVER Â¬ - i i Text Booh Over 25 Years a Practical kciinlad E3ST3D03IQSEJD PRQRrfiNEEIST H BY ALL 1 HE MEEtHAI9TS LOESVfLLE GEL C St tid Staspa for ClrculrtaniJSrccmcns ofTc tranship S DeSOLLAR Secretary WEAVER rrinclpal dim- a Â¬ TJSE1 IQOMER LttWc aJCi Ssa l ii IpIIss Â¬ srraT wet a KsF it uEz3I aAaaf ISAAC H A tw ifida tnil TOT fua as saS Lfi A nfls sbusi arvsv Â¬ II IHuo b No 621 Main Street THOS BOOMER LEWIS CRAWFORD VcCLARTY JOHN WtBER L0UISVILL1 KY A ooit Any one wishing to purchase n good Jack cheap should call on Mr William Beaidof Jack Uardiniburg Ituclilon Arnlcn Milvo The Bent Salve iu tho world for Cuts Bruises Snre i Ulcers Salt Kheiim Fever Soros Tetter Chipped Hands Chilblains Corns nndullSliin Kriiptionsuud positively Itiiguaruntcud logive perfect cures Piles satisfaction or money refunded Plies 25 cents per box Squire Henry Dean got off on t Ariadne last Thursday with his M head of hogs hickory wnlkiug stlnk and saddle bags bound for Cincinnati O Â¬ LI BALSAM ILEVAIHOEB9 Wrltei After a tnoroneh trial of the IHON TONIO I taio pleasure in stating tnat i navo Doon srreatly cenelltea Dy us use Ministers and Pub lic Speakers will find It of tho sroatest value whero a Tonlo is neces sary I recommond it as a Tollable remedial narent possessing undoubted nutritive and Â¬ Â¬ A combination of Tro toxlda of Iron Xtrwvian itark and Xhotjihorusln a vatatablo form Jor Vroility Xas of tite lroatratlon of Vital lotcerM it la indlMtiMa Ji 6fe ILQ0D TURIFIES the BE V Industry J I TOWNER 111 a most ozccllont remedy for the debilitated vital forces I consldor It says 2023 COLDS Skinny llt n Wells Health Kcnencr restores health n id vigor cures Dyspepsia Impotence 1 Sexual Debility BoitK Un the night of the 2th instant to the wife of Mr Albert Oelze of the Uro flouii ig mill firm of Oelza this city a thirteen pound boy restorntlvo properties 1S32 UiUmllt Ay Oct 2 niTiSlS BI 2SS DR HARTER MEDICINE CO 813 U Kim ST CT LOWS Louisville Cigar Manufactory FRANK B SUGG WITH Hough on lints Clears out rnt mice roacho hed hugi flies mux mules chipmunks gophcis lru Mrs Is bell K Whealley died 20 of consumption Itnnt Die In Thu IIoiini Â¬ 15- - 3ST- - TXTEJIluaL THE WOODS ALSO DKAIKRS IK cSc Wheat cy widow of L J at her home January COUGHS SOIK MANUFACTlHKUS OF J UK CKIHUUATI5I WILL S HAYS SPECKLED TROUT HALF SPANISH CO RISANDS AND BULL OF A CASK IS T all who aro tuiri ring from the errors and a52 fim Manufactured Tobaccos Smokers Articles imliicrntiuiii of youth neriout neakneii early decay loss of inauhuod Ac I will ond a re oipo thnt will euro you FlKh OF till UK This great ruiuody waa ditcorercd hy a million Send u sotr addrctsed ary in South America onvelopo to the lUv Joscril T Ixuax Motion I Xtit York Cy ASTHMA EDWARD WILDERS Kcrer lalLi to euro Fever and Ague Intermittent Fever Dumb Ague Dyipeptla Uver Complalat Indigestion Colio and Flux It will Curd Coetiveneit It la a safe Anti bllloui Alterative and Tonlo a mild and Delightful Invigorant for Delicite Women n poworidl rcourx tho frame has boon debilitated and reduced br ricineta an zcUent appetizer rant alter gtras tono to the digestive organs prevents Malaria braces op the tjitcm strengthens tho portal circulation and clean tha whole animal economy from the seeds of disease The sllgbtett attack of lever roar be a prelude to the worst and the remedy that would conquer It whilst it may be of no valuo when Kia at IU full development Is yet tn Its commencement Particu larly li this the care with persons around whom the pestiferous Influenco of Malaria clings In the form of Dumb Chilli Brow Ague Palaful Spleen and Weak Stomach For tho Curo of all tho abnva Dlsoaaoa thl preparation stands unrivaled and Its rood and permanent effects aro attested by thousands and It la recommended allko by tho abkt modlcal men and the ministry TRY IT all you that are afflicted and be conThioed of Its wonderful power and benoC clal effects Vst R A Y N 6tTc E Taken up as a Mray hv Allen Whitwurth living foinr J initoi iimtheatt of llnrdinshurg on the HardinLurg und Ieitchfiold road A TIIUEU VKAU OLI STKKK marked witli an upptr iloptt in etch car dark rod while buck and aomidcMblo white in tho upper part of hl fnco Appraliod by tho un deraignud at i Jiren under my hand thii 2flth day of December 1UR2 K II KiKHIDOi A copy Attest BEOHCHITIS uJZTJD stay Friday mm ning ihey returned wa gauiield -- Mor- - JIUC Wnverler and Corydon where miilhu short stopi wero made aud kind receptions NOTICE met arriving at Hcnders in at nght 1m perntivo business demanding Mr Pierces All ihtio i knowing tlicmselve ladrbted tn return home he did not wuit for the meeting but left tho remainder of his party to the undersigned will plcaso come forward and represent and care for the interests of the settle at once thereby saving citi a Â¬ will rucc STOMACH BITTERSl CONSUMPTION WlL- enterprise thereat 8rFast Â¬ Â¬ On the whole the news from below is Mr Kaplee who is one roost encouraging of and the rt prasentntivo of the syndicate of capitalist is perfectly satisfied with his visit and the Fpril manifested by tha poo pje along tho routn and we may now safely dismiss all further doubts and apprehen sions nnd look upon the railroad as a fixed fact Latkii Messrs Pierce Murray and Millar leturned home Sunday nittlit aud in a brief interview with tho former gentle n mn Monday morning he expressed himself highly gratified with the result of their visit to tho lower counties The majority of the amounts asked forhavebeen pledged nnd responsible gontlemcn of Daviess Henderson und Union counties have plodged themselves to secure the rpmainder in the next ten days or two weeks Mr Raplee tho rcprrsenlativoof the syndicate who ac Â¬ companied them is highly delighted with his ttip and the results mid has fallen decidedly in love with our country und people He has gone on home to push on their end of the enterprise A mooting of tho citizens of Cloverport was held at Fishers Hall yesterday afternoon to con Â¬ sider Cloverport s share in tho ureal work but sA we wont to press before the close of tho meeting wo are unublo to givo a rcpoit of the proceedings in this issue Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lie the ichool commissioner shall at leait once during the year visit each district school in his county and investigate and direct tho operations of tho school eyitera and promote by aldreties and otherwiio the cause of com- Â¬ mon school education ruuiAM lioiirins THE COMMON SCHOOL Law Article i Section 6 reads as follows - liJi I lii Tian f r A- - X- - HL AXKINCHELOE HERE WE ARE AGAIN With a full and complete stock of Dry Goods Groceries IlaU Hoots and Caps and Shoes Hardware and Qttecnsware Noc tions Â¬ IIa a Weekly Circulation of 1100 Copies County THE NEWS h Hie is an Excellent Aclvertisinp Mrriitim Onlv Paper in tho Terms Iiuaaniiniiln Of rlnap of 1HH2 Condition of Hie lirutklii r let ti llitnli Vloyvrport Ky nt tlio to I STATEMENT hH ESTRAY NOTICE three Inc un the Cloverport aiul ltnls Ht miles weit of Mortons Mills and near llenrv on lio tlli It HcWe In llreckenriilje county 1882 day or Uecemlor onuotN STnnit spring and marked aged about two yenrs wills a crnii anil upper lilt In the Irft o ir and and upper Lit In tho riglit ear and havln no other marks or brands and which I havo np l alnod at Fifteen Dollars Witness my hand this ttli day of Darrinher W CAUW11K 1882 J1MIU IlitKllK on Decrnibcr 30 Taken up ae a stray ly William IleWitt lir MAIIIMTIKS Capital Stock Deposits Undivided Profits Surplus Kund rid SEEDS sBufrif XTTiyvOr UFA ftSIOO 00 85012 42 20S0 N9S si 00 lt mRMmg ry s yvvtRTifr iWLt a aarstthftlnrsT ratfarmarpiMMl it uHAKtvriC IUKTA MIES iinssiftd Ait 4 I OTTO aisr ep trlirra 1isa rrttt rt Total 134109 41 ASSPTS Notes and Hills tiiicouuted lmtcst Account Stamp Account Dank Fiiturri and Furniture Suspended Hobt Duo in by National Hanks Oold Silrer and Currency 80422 28 CI 10 39 00 1340 43 87 50 25524 77 20414 10 Total Subiorlhod U4109 41 AHSKIMMAN Cashr and sworn to before me by A II Sklllninn this 1st day or January ISR3 C11AS U SKIILMAN NlBC A semi annual dividend has been deolared by the Hoard of Directors of 3 por cent payable on and after January 2nd 181 A II JlillLO PRICES Arc cnarantecd the lowest always Call on me and sec for yonr- Half J mean businois and want to toll my goods MY THE EVNSVILLE fr Jrdn Vowr end IK Ill iren Vitsld he0ftiidIluU lltii btlvtUrmrrt Jlwxnrae CO Sobdemcn HIRAM SIBLEY ltMl Y and l Jduc ill Ilalba arul tlatiU tjvg OiialHjvtut lusuia r pirUen SIs4X1 r Of M uif juvhi Krioiy tMnrp- fill elif s bfMlrlnIiiH K KlfU s Tailtfjur In ftirotiitMiiITUuhika u imt u t ITillA Weekly Courier ami xiu 1 1 YV0MK OF THE KNIFE Worntm IOniiIIm mmm MSlil rocscRtckrpz lilN -- ja 4 A Quarrel u lroluble tutul niiibblnir lis tlin In BreckenridgQ ITgws FOlt Â¬ Â¬ son plunging n knife blade into the bowels of Iyous iiroducinp a wouud from which Urs some of tho intestines protruded SJtadors and Ilashato who were called to attend the injurvd man were compelled to cularus the orifice innde by Wilsons knifo in ordor to return the protruding bowels to their proper place Lyon was resting easy when our correspondent wroto but the nhvsiciaus urnnounce the case ozcucdine- ly critical We are not informed wbother Wilson was arrested or not For a wonder whisky had nothing to do with this unfortunate affair as both men were duly sober Â¬ Information readied us last niiiht from Custer Ibis countr tliat two man named George T Wilson and William Ivon who were ongnged in burning a lime kiln in the woods near that village became involved in an altercation the cans of which is unknonn which was terminated by Wil SKIIUlANCaihr 225 l A YEAR INCLUDING POSTAGE lfJ I JTJ kJl aWWUA2 fiOSTIFEUS O11EL0I COUNTRY PRODUCE Â¬ Â¬ will my tho Inchest market prieo for all IKind ot country Irodurc in oxoImuko lor any thing in the goods line Aso a TIIK KVANSVUIK WlEKIV COlMtlllll rii iifilicd a a pnier iimurpaxod in all the ri ruiriiicuta f Aiiicrit nii journ Usui It stands nnipiriinus ainniiK 1110 nifirMiiHii jiiirni 01 Ill tho the eiumry mi n rciunlito Ni nspapcr matter uf IrlojfrjpliK- - svrviee liuvl c the nil with the HVANfVI 111 MiniiKi nf Itinnrotlnn DAIIiV COUUt Ivtl It lins at Its cuuunnail all the dllilclin nf tho Wrstrrn Arscla rd Ire i Will In mallot I raru to all niriiiirviiiiri toniera nf lat rear without nrdtrlui- - It It contain iloiit KJpaKtM eMOtlln itrrllnu crime ilmcrtptlona and v1natla ihrwtlonn for pUnttnir looo vartcUea of Vrtrctallo uid Flowor Bomtn l tiinta f rult Im eto Invatuabld to all Ml CO 1BS xsSSmie a aurai D M FERRY CO DemolT MlOIL 1 RCi V fr TIIS IAVKR one Yt ar cpXUV75ocnts for6 months 0o for 4 suns St NKWSpipr it li no superior j I nlso found it to he good for Iho I commend it to all who suffer with Very truly derangement of the liver IIbv Tiiomib Wihtlock youn For sale bv A It Fisher Toraxlno Meuiornudum Rooks froo mo IlU I have bcon nfllicted for the last four years with derangement nf the liver causing dyspep sin heudache nausea aud cmirrnl de rangoment of the whole system I havo tried a great iiiiiny preparutinna but found tin relief until I tried nno Initio nf your Taraxine which has permanently cured HllMKIt Wltut Iho MlnUter aura My Mn A Kirricn DoarSIr OKiNGHELQE ITostrltrrs fitnniuch llillirs cln sstradl uiiliiii su lirullliy nnl l bile i0iitimliia witliout unduly piiiKlnit Hit- IxiMrU x tly stimulates tlitr cliculillmi and li jn inotlng a vigorous condltliin nf th system inumoles alsu that ciinuul which la tholiutal ludlcaiiiiiiiirn wr1 alauctMl condition of nil me uiiinml miwers i l for Balo by all Hru Ifeuvull nea In lh Ural flour s piv--Ica- l 6ffEBs iiu u is In tho fullest souro n l aiiillr Taper Isiuj contains a cnuiilrtod variety of euiidenel nuti i nn FnliIon Art Industries Literature Helenre etc Its Mar Â¬ ket Quotations are vouipluto mid to bo rolled upon It Is unsurpassed ns an Knlsrprlslnc 1urn and Trustworthy lanillv Nowspapi r llielnw Spec tirlso hrluu It villiin llio ronch nf nil men onplei miiy he seen at lhi nlll o ri iSeii I uliscriptlons to this uftlce It Knell tiyHriri WIII 2m lllVTIIK--- A ut N I- t- DONT YOU FORGET Iteineiuher tho place Ioih old Htmnl ir KY Weekly Courior J ournal Nn fninily Id pall For mw vrar pt llroskenridgo wunlv nu auriuljr l Tny- 1 I Batnbllahad 1840 TiiacKLsaatrtn liaiipy vfltnnut tlirm HAKDIXSnUKG ngue ssBBsdBBSisi A MMaW HssA SBCSBBBBBB1 v LasFVsRBBBBsLB BRADFORD Address PORTABLE MILL CHNWNUTAIIII TUT astCasVssH SBBassViM KT ruia aBiuaiiHisaai dMtipii n st4 Iu Aiin lis ua n laiul THOJBRADFOROtCa w -aI I bhSSHM pJBBSJP CINCINNATI 9 imhi at ipDTJ int rev Iuiltand Maine nn iisw k Iu J I llAIIIIAIIIt SSWall8lnoTenMrt Kv yor rB towttiTtruAddress II II a 4 11 vLUkti A Cv V mfimwsWWfw Breckenridge News A Iks Continued fro in First Page ujPwipviWPPpripiiiii oner J como iplwcn hip nii1 llio prls Rir yon wl lint lip long licrp The ikmt clmiuin smiled What tin it mill tor whether Im here my iltily or in Ilititfnnln so I lull I siiM Im willi a lino mix wliorevcr I mil turn of con Minimi- - nnd spirit Mnwea Inrppil Ms hirk ruilcly nnd went mid redncd Itobltisnua supper fifty per CPIll Kuni Is llmt sort of punUhnicnt often If jou inflictoi hern Well air yep mentor llilajull It h a c minion punish It mint lie cry painful n liltlo oncomforl ljl that Is nil nml iIiph weve pot such a lot here we nre obliged to bo down on em liko a aViluc hummer or theyd cat ui up olive Hnre ynti ot the thinci the jacket tho c illar etc I know whrre to find them laid Kvnns with n air look Brine them to mo directly to this empty cell Well air hilled Kvnns in course I dont like to refine your reverence Then dont rcfuno me retorted the oilier sharp ni a needle Krana went nIT directly nnd soon re turned with the material Tin chaplain cm mined them nwliile ho then took off hit coat Operate on inr Kvnns Operate un jou air I Ves There dunt stand staring my Kood man hold up the waistcoat nowalrnp it tiKiit tighter no nonsense llobinson was strapped tighter than that yesterday I want tn kmw what w8 ore doing to our fallow creatures in this place The collar Xi sir ils let mo make jou a the lips of his pocket handing It out ngalnt present of it Kvans smiled It Is ft good servant That litllo coin ha got mo one friend moro for You dont under these poor prietmrri Well jou will Now stand imp Kvnti look nt me from this moment sir you and 1 stand on different fooling front others Wo know what wo arc doing In llils jail ffheii wo put n prisoner in llmt thing the others dont Tho greater tho knowledge Mny we both be tho greater tho guilt Goodkept from tho crime of cruelly night said tho Good night your reverence man gently awed by his sudden solemnity Kvans looked The chaplain retired nlW him and then down Into his own hand Well Im blest Well Im blowedl Got a guinea though Continued next weak Â¬ 11 Â¬ Heist Cmiffli P Call ntFishera drug stpro and got ft sam ple bottle rf IlrnwnaMSxpcctnrnnt frco of cures CoTiglis HnnrsrnPsi WJionpinK Cough nnd Consumption Jn its parly iftftBPS It sVsclontlfic prormrnilon ndmirnbly ndnptcd for iho euro of all Throat and hung Discuses It is plcnsntit to tnko nnt nnlindr linrinloss Trvil It costs vnil tiothiig Ilogulaf size bottles 50c nnd Hi A II Tnrnxlno Memorandum Hooks free Â¬ Mini lite IHritlrlim In lltn World Irrnof Clinrsrc jYLIL jjIuR KENDALUS M K church directory orovEHPonT 1 rhnrgoIt Will sell you FISH KU THE ANCHORAGE ASYLUM I loir It flukplclou Kllmbctlitown News Tho agitation of the Anchorage asylum caso brought about by tho Mnddox trial It Itcgnnlrit Here Some Llrcunteliiiicci lasttfcok in Louisville giics an insight as to how that Institution is regarded here There is a perfect storm or indignation brewing that is likely lo break out in a de Â¬ RAYMbNDr spelling had ft very interesting match at thin place last Saturday night January 11th Somo splendid spellers attend these matches Acerlain lad thought because he couldnt spell ho ought to whistle but we guess he found himself mistaken by tho time Mr Adkirson got through with him Hoys if you ennt spell when you come to our matches dont whistle for if Mr A gets hold of von he will be like the insignificant mud turtle wont let loose until it thunders Hark I We thought tho iron horse was right upon us but it was only our county assessor I en Cashman pulling along the Guess wo will take contemplated routo for ho says ho left the passage shortly Len wouldnt train n few miles behind givo a cent for cars to increase his velocity We think from thc jingle of bolls etc In tho neighborhood of Oak Ridge a few nights ago thero must have been n wed ding over that way Think they were powerful selfish not to send any cards Will the officiating minister please give a notice of it that we may learn the names of the happy pair Perhaps it was only a and the sounds were made tin wedding by the unloading of tinware Wc thought all who were single had stepped off before So Christmas but wo may be mistaken whoever they may be wo wish them perfect felicity in thoir present life and may they meet in the future world whore partFiiiiey ing neer is known We Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ NOW I tell btfiirelifind Xot more Unin it nips my prisoner Xow strap mo to the wall Why do you hesilatnY I dont know whether I am doing right nr you being n parson Perhaps I shall have no luck after this Dont be silly Kvans Volenti non fit injuria that means jou may torture a hi hop ir ho bids yon Thero you arc air Yes here I nm Now go away and como in half an hour I think I had better stay sir You will soon be sick or it Go and como in hair and hour was tho firm reply Our chaplain felt that if tho man did not go ho ihould not be five tnituilea be fore lie nsked to bo relented and he was tletei mined to know what wo arc doing Kvnns had not been gone ten minutes beforo ho bittorly rcpenttd letting him go and when tlut worthy returned he found him muttering faintly It is in n good came it is in a good cause Kvans wore n grin You shall lay for that grin said the chaplain to himself Well sir have you had enough of it Ye Kvans you may loose me said tho other with affected nonchalance What is it like sir haw haw I It is as you described it oncomfortablo but the knowledge I have gained in it is inYou shall share it valuable With all my heart sir You can tell nie what it is liko Oh no such knowledge can never be imparted by description you shall take your turn in tho jacket Not if I know it What not for the sako of knowledge Hut sir the collar wdl nip you jou that Â¬ Â¬ AN OCEAN TRAGEDY I Â¬ Oh I can guess what it is like Hut you will oblige me Some otlur way sir if you please Besides I will give you n guinea Oh that alters the case sir Ilut only for half 111 hour Only for half nn hour Kvans was tried up and pinned to the wnll the chaplain took out n guinea and placed it in his sight nnd walked out In about ten minutoi he returned and thero was Hums his face drawn down by pain Wull how do you liko it Oh pretty will sir it isnt worth mak ing an outcry about Only a liltlo uncomfortable Thut is all if it wasnt for the con founded cramp1 said tho chapLit m coinparo notes I found it lain sitting down opposite worse than uncomfortable First thero was a lerriblo dense of utter impotence thun caino on making cramps for which there was no ruliuf bccausn I could not move Â¬ Old What Nuthing sir nea mum mum dear gui- The jnggod collar gave mo much pain loo it msped my poor throat liko a file Why the dickens didnt you tell mo all this before said Kvans ruefully it is no nso now I vu been nnd gone into tho same oven like a fool I had my leasnns for not telling you be Â¬ fore good byo lor the present Dont slay over tho half hour for good iitM rake sir No adieu for the preienl Ho did mil go far ho listened nnd heard lis caino hastithe plucky Kruiu groan ly in Courage my fine fellow only olght minutes mom and the guinea is yours How mnny muio minutes sir Kight Then oh undo mc sir if von plento Whall forfeit iho guinea for eight minutes seven it It uuly seven now Hnng llio guinea lot me down sir if theres pity in jou With all my heart said tho roveicnd pocketing tho guinea and ho gentUiimn loosed Kviuii with nil njieed The man stretched his limbs with ejaculation of pain b lweon ovtry stretch and put his huudkprchiaf on very gingerly Ho The other looked sulky nnd suid nothing watched hint keenly forvlhor was some thing about him llmt showed his mind was working Thero is your gulnra Oh no I didnt earn It f putting It lo OIi if you think that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Mcthndlit Mutual Aid Association w11 chnrltrcd hy the Legislature of Kentucky M arch 24tb 1880 nnl charter amonded April 1882 It Members of tho Cimbrias crew who provldos that the Directors ihatl be church mem bers which Is seine guarantoo Hint they iro were landed at Cuxhnvon say that tho men or Integrity Its iiieiiibermny belong to Uiuibria sustained 111 the collision injuries tho rluirch er tint the only rcffWremcnti bcinp mat 1110 applicant are jo severe that it nt once beenmo Hpparcnt and 55 sound In mind lietween tho ngci or 18 and body ami not diiti sho must sink almost immediately The pnted The objects of tho AuocUllou arc To pro officers therefore did all in their power to vide a Ilenollclary which Iho Without a moments lots of members are paid Fund exceeding fmniliei of savo lives not W000 at timo life bells were distributed among tho death of tho inemLcr or one half of the amount in of total diinhllity which amount can paskengcrs nnd an order was given to low notcane reached by Im of law or cluiuii of This howevtr in conse creditors so that proceia er tho boats the family Is sure to roctlre quence of tho vessels heeling over on her the benefit It tho chcnpcit nnd side was found to be difficult on 0110 side than iiany known Life Its expenses are lest Anursnco Aiioclntion and absolutely impmsiblo on tho other The Secretary l the only salaried ollkor To llecomo a Memhor It lll coit you Iff As Second Officer F Spruth was still en for admlifiiin and remi duoi If gaged in cutting tho spars loose so that aiplii ntltin Is rejected thcio anntial nmtuntt will ho thero should be ns much driftwood ns pos- returned to you Vou must alio pay examining sible for tho people to cling to when the phyflciun Tho aiscaimcnt nt the time applicant is ad inevilnblo foundering occurred tho tcisel mlttod continues Iho fiinio till death vis To erery momber sending us nn nccoptnble went down under his feet Ho seized n application I will spar but as several other persons clung to exertion wllUnuble U paid him toThus Hit la any member retain hli it ho was obliged to let go and he swam rlshti tr Iho Ilcnef ciiry Funds without paying any money This boat was picked up by to a boat For further Information apply to F N the Tlieta at 2 oclock Satuiday afternoon DHiiV Jocnl Axnt for llreckeuridgo county The second otlicer steered lliu Thrlu lo or to I I lliodlo the gtnoral agent at lotili illle Ky Cuxhnran whero she arrived about oclcck Seventeen other poisons have been rnvpil by tho steamer Diamatit from the Wcicr Lighthouse nnd havo arrived at making 5li thus fur known Ilicmerhuven to havo been rcsrued iaisrngeis missing 1B1 passengers VClLh I1UV TIIK known to be safe M Ciow misiiig 71 crew known to be Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 11 IlAunuwj Jan 21 Tho Cimbria left Hamburg on Thursday for New York via Havro with OSj passengers of whom 21 were in the cabin and n crew numbering 92 On FridaT morning she came into collision during n thick fog off Horkum one of the Kast Frisian innds near the north coast or Holland with the Hiitish steamer Sultan a freight and passenger boat plying between Hamburg nnd Hull Kngland Tho Cimbria sank in a few The first news that she had minutes been sunk came when tho boat with thirty nine sun ivors arrived at Cuxhavon ninety miles east of Horkum Thccompany sent out the steamer Hansa and tho four largest available steamers atCuxhavento search for other boats of tho Cimbria The West India steamer Havaria also left during tho night with a similar object A survivor from the Cimbria makes tho following statement The weather was clear up to 115 oclock on Friday morning but 11 fog then ret in which continued and increased in density Tho engines of the Cimbria were kept at full speed until 110 oclock then at half speed until 2 oclock after which they were kept at slow speed About 10 minutes past 2 oclock the whistle of another steamer was heard and tho enginps of the Cimbria were stop ped instantly The Sultans green light was owing to tho fog not observed until die was only 150 feet off from the Cimbria She struck the Cimbria ubafi the first collision bulkhead on tho port side nnd the Cimbria heeled over to starboard and speedily sank Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Strainer Clmlirlii Sunk by a Colllwlun nt Sen till Ilvc I nit mand lo the governor for tho removal of Superintendent Gal nnd nil his assistant growing out of a suspicious chain ol ci cumsUnccs that has been put together link by link by parlies who are acquainted with lunatics sent from this county nnd their condition prior to their confinement there In a privnto conversation a few days ago witli ono of our prominent lawyers he said that be proposed to collate all the evidence of improper treatment of inmates witli af fidavits of the parties acquainted with t lie circumstances nnd forward them to Gov Hlackbuin ns testimony ngninst Gale in the improper nnd cruel treatment of his pa We have managed to get hold of tients some of tho facts that aro to be embodied in this document About a year ngo Hobt Bethel a hale and hearty man was sent to the Anchorage A few months ngo ho was sent asylum f back a corpse with plain impressions finger maiks about his throat that indicated tlut ho had been harshly dealt with if not strangled to death A man by the name of Price Lucy Hrown and Keifcr Hicks each apparently in good health the first an especially strong and Kach died within a year after robust man their confinement nnd Price had been buried five days before his relatives were noto fied of his death Mrs Trite carried to the asylum a few months sgo wns accompanied by her sister Mrs Hurch and the authorities refused to let her sop whore hor sister was conveyed as lo whether sho would be eom fortablc or not and later her ions wont up to see her but wcic not allowed the privilege Other Tacts will no doubt be inerted in the petition to Blackburn and it will afford interesting rending Â¬ Â¬ Vai XLil Sbo ves COOKING STOVE M HEATING STOVES STOVEPIPE GATE HINGES Cnoscn Bouth 11 Iter Ifaycis Fastnr Preaching overy lst2nd and th Sab Â¬ 11 n in nnd nt night baths nt aid every 3rd Snbhnth nt night Prayer meeting every Thursday night Sunday Sohool erery Sb bath aj U oclock n m 2105 Holts Ilottom Prerohlng erery 3d Sabbath lStTiTTiTTTat 11 n in llArnTCiinRei Iter HT Lampion P- TIIK MOAT SUCOlWriI HKMKllV ever dlicoTcte lni It Is rcrtnln In Unfit and dues tnr Preaching every 2d nnd lib SaVkath at 11 a tn ami at night Prayer meeting every mil blister nliu cztellrtit lur human Reili Uodnesday night Sundsy Sehoel every Bab HEAD IllOOF llil0V bith morning pRMnrTKMA CitBRcn Iter J It MePon From nall Pastor Prenehlng every 3rd and 4lh sab bnlhat II n ai nnd at night Prayer mtetlnr every Sabbath at I0i30 a m Sundsy Hehoui OtonTA K V Jan 81881 Karly Inst suinmsr Mcntrs II J Kendall A overy Sabbath at 9 n m Co of Little Fnll Vl inadoa contract with tho publisher of tho Ism fur n half cnlitmn COUNTY DIRECTORY ailvertiiement settliig forth tho merits of Kendalls Hpnvtn Cure fur one year At the same OIKCUIT coimT lime we secured rrom the firm n juantlty of hooks entitled Dr Kendall Trrntiio on tho MtSTi rtnST MOnATi I AMIL AKP etTOIII llorso and his Diseases which we aro now giv Hon T It Melifalh ing to ndranco paying subtcrlbors to our paper HaynesCommonwealths Jadge- Ilea W X Attorney RSIktK as n premium man Clerk t V O Dabbage Master Ceaiatt About the llmo the adrertlfemrnt first appear tloneri C T Meormnn Sherlu ed in tills pspcr Mr I Hchennfrhorn who COUNTY COUltT resldci nur Coders had a spnrlned hone He read the advertisement nnd concluded to test VtlTS TlltllD MOilDAr IK RAR VIMTn tho efLWy ol tho remedy although his friends N McC Mercer Judge Win Miller Clerk i laughed at Mi credulity He bought a bottle TT K Parnes Attorney of Komlnlls Sonvln Ciironndcnmmenoed using It on his bono In nccordanco with the dlreetlons QUARTKnir COURT nnd he Informed us this week thai It effected Meets Fourth Mondays In MarihJaas Sep Â¬ such a rompleto cure that on espert horseman tember and Deeombtr who examined the anlmnl recently cnutd find COURT OF CLAIMS no trace of the spavin or the nlaco where it hod Meets Third Mondays In been located J v Mr Pchermerhorn has ne so ourod a copy of KerTdalls Treatise on the Hone vember his Disposes which he prises very highly snd COUNTY OFFICKRS and would he loth to part with at any prlo proIen Csshman Assessor J B Hoard Sar vided ho could not obtain nnther copy So much vryor Harvey llrumfield Coroner tXMe Mer Â¬ lor ndvertiilng relinblo articles cer School Commissioner SjScr TTfr--ftffiaai the Oneonta Prass NY T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Jnr Â¬ Saved Him 1800 Door Hinges Screws Bolts Door Locks Padlocks Pistols Pow- Â¬ der Shot Guns Pocket Knives Table Knives KSLYMAN Spoons Brass KedIPs Spavin Cure Kettles Wiltok Jan t J BREASTGHAIS SHOVELS AND Spades uar Ket w DlnrovcrK Frei IlrroJ rrrl tles Lard Cans foi rilri this iiiiiedy Tinware Coffee Mills application the Kendalls Spavin healing porcrs skeptical of Andirons Cartridges Saw ft Fisher druggist of curative satisfy of J Sets Saws Axes Saw Handles dalls tut Eiles of all kindsPlow Points Plows l ISt Â¬ dreadful disease for A now A has been discovered by Dr Doming single will convinco most its wonderful By calling on A you charge enn obtain a samplo hov fren qualiwhich will its you ties HARDINSUUna CIRCUIT ME CHURCH SOUTH Rev J RDicursT Paster Hardlnibiirg Preaehlng every 4th Sslksth at II a m and at night Clan mietfig every Sabbath morning Ssnday Sekett erery Bab bath nfternoon Prayer meeig every Wed Â¬ nesday night Oakland Preaching every 4lh Sakbatk at S pm Sunday School at 3 pm Prayer mil reipcctfully Ing every Sabbath night Mt Zlon Preaching every IstSabVath at II am Class meeting every Island Id Sabbath Pleasant Grovo Preaehlnr every 1st flak bath at 3 p m 11 Mimk 1881 Webster Preaching Tory 3s Sabbath at II Co II Kendall Gents Hnvtni cot a horjo book of you by innll a year nco tho con a niand at night Union Star Prenhlng overy 3d Sataraar tents of which persuaded mo to try Kendnlls night and Sabbath at 11 a m Prayer meet Â¬ Spavin Curo on tho hind leg of ono of mv hor ses which was badly swollen and could net be ing erery Thursday night Stephoniport Preaohlng every la Sabbath reduced by any other remedy I got two bot Â¬ tles of Kendalls Spavin Cure of Preston lud night In the JSrlek Uonse dtith druggists of Waseca which completely cured my horio About fivo years ago I had a SECRBT 80CIKTIBS three year old colt sweenied very badly I uied Misoxrc Cloverport Lodge Ne 111 Slat your remedy as given in yonr book without row ellng and I must say to your credit that the d meetings 2nd Monday and 4th Saturday 1st A B Sklllmnn Tf M T J L colt is entirely cured which Ii a surprise not each month only to myself but also to my neighbors You TToods S Wj ET Haynos J Wt J D 6reg ory Seey A J Johnson Trees T P Payne sent mo the book fur the trifling sum o 25 cents and If I could not get another like it I would Stoward and Tyler W B White ED J W Haynes J D not take twenty five dollars for it iotirs truly UEO MATHKWS Adams N Y Jan 30 1R82 Dr II J Kendall t Co dents Having used a good deal of your Kendalls Spn in Curo with great aucccis I thought I would let you know what it has done for me Two years ago I had as speedy n colt ns wos ever raised in Jefferson County When I was breaking hlra he kicked over tho cioss bar nnd got fast and tore ono of his hind legs nil to pieces I employed the belt farrleri hut thoy all said ho was spoiled He had a very large thorough pin and I usod two bottles of your Kendalls Spavin Curo and It tciak the hunch entirely nfl nnd he sold after Â¬ wards for l80udollnr I havo uied It for bino inmius and wind gxlli and It has always oured completely and loft the leg smooth Very Cloverport P08T OPPICB ADDRESSHS Circuit Judge Ieltehfisld Clrenit Clerk aaa Master Commissioner Hardlnskurgf BherU Commonweillhs Attorney Ieitobfleta er Harelnsburg Jat Cure I ON HUMAN VrVAY FliKSFI PBIY3PLES Free the retire a slvafe VEGETABLE HALM thit will remove TAX FRUCrvLES IT PLUS and ELOTCHM leaving the skin soft elear and btantifsl ales instructions for producixg a luxuriant growth of hair on a bald head or smooth fate Ad Â¬ dreis Inclosing 3o stamp n32 ly will mall FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF H0E8C0RNSHELLERSWHEELBAR0W8 COWSTIPATBON try as ComUpation and no remedy haa over equallod tho celebrated KidneyWort aa a euro whatever the causouowovcrobatinatt the oaae this roaody will ovcvoomeU ETC Tina dUtrossimr comI IVU vJh plaint la very out to be complicated with constipation JUdnoy Wcrt strcnzthcni tho weakened parti and aulctlv ITo other dlaeoao la ao prevalent In this coon- mil Tin and Iron Hoofing Drain Pipes CHEAPER THAN ANYBODY FURROW Barber HAS Aug 12 1878 D II Kendall A-- Co Gents The Ken- Â¬ Spavin Cure is in excellent doinand with us and not only for nnlmntu for human ail Â¬ ments also Mr Jo Veris one of the lending farmers in our comity sprained an ankle badly and knowing tho vnlue of the remedy for hor- Â¬ ses tried it on hlimolf nnd it did far better than ho cxpootud Curfd tho spruln In very short or O OTHIJIIAND dor Vours rejpcctfnlly Fries 1 per bottlo or six bottln for 5 All Druggists have Iter can get itforyuu or it will bo sent to any address on receipt of price hy the proprietors Di II J KaXDLL A Co Knoiburgh rails Vt lien fr KEV TANDEM 12 Darelay St -- J 8 Wis Supt ouroa all kinda of Plica oven when physicians ana xncaicwea navo Dcroro lauoa i3- - Jxo AllIN itlBRT Fire Jko I OlKOOKV triiryoulmvQCiUacrorUioo I troubles mimxmmm The Methodist Mutual Aid Association Office Masonic Temple Louisville PRICB8IJ USE OL13 3CTjVTlLlHlIICr and Marine Insurance Agency n40 ly BY ALL DRUGGISTS For tale In Clorsrport by A K Fisher SOLI 1iMai THE DISEASES OF DrURslsts Sell Hairdresser OPKNEI BARTLE mM YOUTH and MANHOOD Memphis SPBKD SHAVING PARLORS III THE MUERAY GREGORY TToxperlenre BUILDING lion Win II II Hoke lrctlileiit 1 limit Sec an J Trcasr Hon UnbtCochran Yico Ireildenl O W ltonnlri Medical Director Wall Stroot bet Elm and Poplar CL0VERP0RT KY Tliln Ilrm Itnprcscnts only- - FlraU lnni Campniilrs and Una Had ii l Years at Kxperlenre Thii Agency nil eitabliihed In the year and from that timo tn the preient Una con tinuoiiily been In huilneii with satisfaction to the public They write policies at reaiontlo rates on Farm propertj Unrolling Htorn Warehousei Merchandlin and all other deilr ahlo property Alio on Freight tit Iramiin hy river and railroad fiirnliblnt Indemnity afainit loMbyFIKUand tho lssttaor IxuhuTrdis 1857 Quicks hit Book and Truorlntlons free and Kltelrlc Belt Hnm Prlet SStti Address buc widen It axpoiti THE PUBLISHER Bex 234 Mllwtukee Wit Dont poison yoursMem wun ururl out ret avoid A GUIDE TO HEALTH WITH OUT MEDICINE X mrsiOIAH ml ayears lS J CO New Tek D See A Treas rAKi iH nrwi iiwiriWi Ohio AND Biver PACKET COMPANY COMFORT ATBTY ERRORS OF YOUTH ORNTLBUAN who suffered for years Nervous DIIIULITY PltGMATURK and nil tho effects nf youthful Indts rretion will for the lake of inffojlng humanity send free to all who netd it the lecipe and di rettion for making the simple remedy by which he was eurod Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertisers experience ean do so by ad dressing In perfect confidence JOHN B OODKV 42 Cedar St Now York A No oxtrn ehnrge for Meals and Slate -- roes Splendid Accommodations ftr Stock Panfonl Keith DIItrCTOUN Dr II Oicnr Dojlo John K Liggett Wm II Hoke Hubert Coclirnn Win C Konilriek where they will lie pleatod to wait upon tlieir fricntli nnd euitomars Ilalr trimmed and drilled In the neateit and most faiblnnable itylei nSltf from D1CCAY FOR CAIRO and MEMPHIS SUNDAY WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS Tht fleet and tltgant itttmtrt ANDY BAUM II J Vinton Master M M Disss JAS W GAFF R W Wiie Mailer Jas Surlses CONS MILLAR C B Ruutll Master J W Yorrls VINT riHINKLH GW Thompion Mailer J D Motn unas u Seymour HPIainEngfish HERE EXPRESSED kuajikV our Free Circular IT rusTATlox in the following Companies sJS Oik Oik Ctk Clk I used tb lMtlllecaf lo about od 7 ennui dlrctd and thy I oommnoed m thara 1 began WMk from tho tlraa diIu to itMp weli and I conttnuad to oaa all tha box with axmiUntlraproTemantaad alooa that tlraa Oct 11 I hara fait Ilka a nw man 1 tmlj hopo that manr of tha mfTprerB will dad out that you haro a ipociflo for MfToaa woAknt and be cured bj tha iimo tAnntfnl1 Vntirm PS- - --Ton will not publlah mroamebnt penooa rlali lotf you may bo ffTrM in mm anrl 1 win aniwor tnam Oo iont lUnius Reuxdtcomplete tells the rut TnAIk 10O4 jGTNA of Hsrtfordi Oonn NIAQAUAof NswYork n32 ly TAL of Nw York OONTI LANCASHIRE of Msnobnter teWIE3lAdEItaT r areate Nw York Si sjSJsa Eulnd Â¬ Â¬ To every younffi miadlo ag s or old man troubled with ncrvona or phyMcci debili- Â¬ ty or lrapotonco noalod circular is aant free Send full addreis on postal card to HARRIS REMEDY CO St Louis Mo your want address You need our remedy Bend and be couTluced of til Capital and SurBTFoieiilns an plus of nearly 12000001 RELIABLE SELF BURE Thorough knoirlodge of the Luilneit of Innf one mt tbA AinIL surance noqulred from long experience with ratei as low as Ii consistent with firit elnn in- Â¬ mostnotl and suecusful scwcialUti In tiieUH nowrilrli fortliouriof jvoiroi Vtbililyt demnity nnd fair dealln mako It tn the bait waiKlXSeeaj btnj interest of persons wanting Imuranre toconiult SplalDsealrdvelotya llruiglilac jsfiUt CO Loukltas Mo this agency Builneii inllclted from llrocken Addrttt DR WARD rldze and adjoining eountiei OFFICII At the Urecklnride Bank Clo verpurt Ky n37 ly A iJtriiiil Oat of the above steamers pasting Cloyerpart for Memphis each Mondays and Fridays aad for Loulivillo and Cincinnati Thnndays aad Sundays Tor freight or panagt ansly on board -- 10T y Come and Buy MOWKHS WAtJONS 1IOWS IIKAIIIHS etc of tho eld reliable mid tlmo tiicd workman XPE0TQBAHT vrtiwm3BCSxszzzrrrt ininaiis Is composed o iierbul una Jlugiiuyiiioui prod ucts wlnon permeate the subaluiire oftlie i Â¬ mrszfZ HENRY J MAY East End of Bridge Cbverport Ky nhnro you will find tho best articles nt reainn Uorao shoelng a alio prices tn suit the times iocialty and Insured All kinds of Machinery repaired and shop work dona on short notice 25 MUSIC for EVERYBODY nf2l Mis im ivll told lltl Mife so fur as In known 511 This is us far hs the list go and makes the whole number 011 lmaid Ib7 Instead f 177 The slight disciopmicy with tho fig ures given in tho press despatches loads to hope that moro names of the invcd miy yet bo received Â¬ ldMiov Jan 22 i M A despatch rolYKIOIIT irClRKP AN I For starting Children and others In Iho culturo of Muile It overcomes tho drudgery nf Irani Iiir tho ijoinents of Mtuln hy pleaaant ainuio Turn Nsr MKTimu teaches ynu sill inent Nn fnmlly in ahuiit the Muito Staff Ileereei of the staff For ono year poilnxo paid Clefi Notes and liiiti rVnle Inlurrali of the IlrockcnrldRo oounty can Lo supremely r rule Location of Ieltors on tho StafT and liajipy without them llielr relation to tlio Koanf the Imtruinent 1 I Address 11AIUIAOK Flats Ihli I very Important with children 33 Wall St Cloverpnrt Ky and iharr s nnl their uio All tho illlTerent Koti liuvr In fnriu Chords or muilral wofili It teerhus the sylluhlei Do lto Ml oto In METHOD TUTTS PILLS tlonllheumatUmlleslpllallouof the rtry wellnk4tiwleplllRt bed tirao ttlmulateatbs itomnclirtnrethKnprtltelmpnrtaTlfrortoths ITlim IrlerJflr ll llurrny H IVY iWWRITE FOR TUTTO MANUAL mEEW MBBRILLS INGENIOUS Xuiia ttxpeotorates Ilia ncrld mntle COLDS CONSU liIONASTH A UltON that collocu In the llionohial TulMiiudturDiaa CIIITIS Ac Parties wishing the Prescription soutliliie contlnff which rrlleres tbo Ir- Â¬ ritation thnt ctuoa the cough It demises will ploaso address Iter n A WILSON thcluiiKaof nil liiipurltlea treullien tlieinvlien enfeebltit hy dlacactinigor 194 Penn Bt WllllaroihurghNY nSJ ly circulation of tho biooU nml trueeatho atet the nerruua aritrm NIlRlit cold often and III coiiaiitnpUoii It U lniiceroiilo neglect A them Apply Iho remody prninpll testof twenty yura wirrnnta tho ameiilun thnt no remedy has ever lirnn foimil tlint lans prompt IiiitcirectaaaTUTTS EXPECTOHANT AaliiKlo tlofe ralaoj She phlegm uouiicii MASTER COMMISSIONER lufltmmatlon and itn uielncUily rune the niot obitlnatooouith Apleauant cordial rhIN -- AND ilren tnko It rondlly Fvt Croup It Is luralualile an ehniild Siw in erery family In il anil llnlr The advertiser having been permanently vurru oi in tiiimi uiicnv oniuoiriinn uy n simple remedy is anxious to make knowi to his fellow iutTerers the means of cure To all who deslro jt hv will send a cony of the prescription used fren of charge with the direc- Â¬ tions for preparing and using the samo which they will find a suro CUHlt for COUGHH Passenger Â¬ TO CONSUMPTIVES E Packet Line Mall - and Express Goafs 7or all way iienuerson D landlngsbotwssn Lonlsrlllt aid tbeelegant and fit it ittamtrs JAMKS GUTHRIE Allta Jennings Oik L Penny Msiter V G BABBAGE Attorney at Law IIAUDINSUUltG ICT RAINnOW Jno Wostfall Master Miles Warren Ptk GREY EAOLE J G Berry Master R B- - Baldwin Oik Passing Cloverport on down aid on ay dairy WooHy Courier Journal iloklleadauhe lllllnns ollcOoiiatlpa lleiirltliUztneeStVorpltl JtTcrand Iciunlo trreiriilarltles If you do not feel Uurtie thllla mill lever ISyapepala Will praitiot hit profession In all the oourlt of Breekenrldg County and this ludieial ills tritt bstclal attention civs to tbo collection of claims tte A shsre of pnblle nstrontiro toltolled BARD1KSBUR0 rt -- mih IIUY TIIK Ij reckon ritlgo Nowfl and Home nntl Fiinn nn excellent fttrniors apnroa for ono year BARGAIN TO BE HAD are moro land than I can ketp up and wo ditll 200 sores 125 In cultivation 75 In timer 60 acres of It nnw In wheat I will 1 CLOVERPORT EPFES SMITH BEARD Proprietors Be from Berlin to tho Dully News m sides the III survivorn lauded at CuxiMttin and llie 7 nt the Weiur Lighthouse another vessel has landed 12 hut their names have not yet been ascertained The number of lives lost is estimated at fully 100 The passengir1 were inoftly emigrants from Kast Iruisia Among them were six Amer- Â¬ ican Indians who had been on exhibition in Dcrlin for tome time 1 Files Piles Piles IIIih ARTHUR PCTIH CO luting ohlim miro cum fur llllnd IlkodliiK nnd Ilclilnir A klllKln tiot nt us Williams inu an ULt 0INTMINT lias cured thn wont clirnnlo Hold unci rcnuii iiiH I hirly ranf atandini liieniled liy nil dnmulsU Irlvu 1 DO ly liulL A WHCUSAll ACtNU 10U18VHIB Ky a Uirncd while the learner liamuilnirhiiiiiolf by lenoni with nu mu playing familiar tunes MPAjyTiiiNT may play the tunes ns the guide Is inch that ho can not strike the wroni key Full dlrcctloiu and fuiir pieces of miiflo ncenni pany the Methoil Hcnt hy wall forll Addrni 78 A R1 It cantslni a erinpleto muilrnl cite It Ii muitvu in Iliivo All this Is CANDIES FOH TIIK Lenrct Clovorport for Hardlniburg dally ex- Â¬ cept Sundays at 8 oclock a in Connects at Cloverport with tbo Loulsvllla nnd IUndurson mull line tteaniors Persons desiring convey onco can be nccommopated Iliprcn hiuinoii promptly nttended to fferyOAWEEKSiaadayatlioinoessUynisds Auguita Maine lllAi IlANO CO Van Iluren St Chicago Purest and Best P sGCoitly Outfit fruo Address Jnusl Co toll a bargain in this land nnd give posieiilen Inure llately For further Information call u me en tha prcmlsei or address me at Rowley vllle Ky Will let tho wheat so with It LUDWELL A FOOTK IfecembcrS 1S82 111 FBI fl3VrrvirrciTn Slb la u m Fklr s annual aaA fur HnllMUlMaMn fltll vha aOfO AniiNT3 WANTKD to sell Our Mfth- Ten dollars per nds hr Charts lo every family day can he mado by active agsnts malt or fe nm mats J D BsABBAG E call on Ktiksok i5to207orrtnart hlT Mnlno t Co HfflS Portland fiDOnuiBt free rortlnnd Main Addreis U IUutrr i Co buy THE NJ5WS nnd tSr TON WEEKLY GLOBE for ono 25 year