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T 4 BjfifypwwwiwwywT itaaMjrvfiuti m bJu Sat- - z TIP km vsHBaswr i jkc Ljjjueujuwii ttb6943 Sick llentlaciic flontlroneia For Dyspepsia Vnmccmont of Uvur llovrcls and Kidneys BYHPTOMS OP A mSHASKO TIVETt Ill J nrtht ialn In the SUe sometime Ih rain li felt under the Shoulder blade mlstaVen Tor Khumatbm central loll of appetite Bowels Ecnorally costin sometltmt alternation wjth lax the head It troubled with pain It dull and heavy with eonikleraM lott of memory accompanied with a painful tentatlcn of leaving undone something which otijht to hart been done a tlight dry cotisn an utlfd face tl sometimes an atlendant oftea nlruktn for coMmptlun the patient comr talna of waarlriMsandderiUityl nervous easily startled fttl cold or burning sometimes a prickly sonsstlon of the alia axilla tplrltl are low and tfetnondtnt and although tatltlled that eicrctse would be bene fatal yet cm can hardly tummon up fortitude to Several try It In fact distrusts every remedy the above symptoms attend the disease but catca have occurred whon but fear of them eiiited yet lamination after death hat shown the Liver Is oars been cxtiiulrtly deranged 1H slices Jaundice Impurity of tlio IIIihhI Olirunlo Illari Ague Malarlii ami nil Dlsonsc Fever snd THE BREOKEMIDGE VOL VII NEWS NO 32 snid Robinson ns Josephs crept Hist awny and having scraped off n grain of whitewash with his nail he made u Utile white mark on his Irowsets just nbovo his calf for Josephs In know him by should they mret next lime with visors both down Josephs gave n slight and rapid rignal of Intelligence ns he disappeared Two days The after this they met on the stair case boy who now looked nt every pi isoners trowtois for tho while mark recognized Robinson us souio distance and began to speitk before they met I cant gb on much longer like this No more can I I shall go to folhcr Why whoroisheY Ho is dead I dont care how sobn I go there either but not till 1 have sent Hawcs on before not for all tho woild 1ais me and then come back They met again Keep up your heart boy till his reverence gets well orgoesto Heavtn If he live he will save us somehow If ho dies il toll you a secret I know where there is a 1 mean to brick I think I can looidn smash that beasts skull with it and then you will bo all tight and my heart will feel like prince Oh dont do that said Josephs pile ously Hetter for us he should mutder us than we him Muider C cried Robinson contemptuously And thero was no time to say any more After this many days passed beforo these two could get a syllable together Hut one day after chapel as the men wero being told off to their scvbial tasks Robinson recognized the boy by his figure and jog ging his elbow wiihdiew a little apart Josephs followed him and this time Robin eon was the first speaker Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Hut Mr Edcu had awakened Ills Intelligence and his heart waked with it bellied naturally Now whon he1 saw the lips turning blue hnd eyes rolling in sitd despair and skirl twitching convulsively it occurred to htm This creature inrlsl be suffering very bad Â¬ ly and tho next stp was let me see what Is hurling him lo Kvnns now stood over Josephs and exam said he doggedly Mr Fry ined htm Is not tips overdoing it Ye afa to obey or Â¬ What dye mean ders I su ptmc Hut there if rttJ need to Of course draw the jacket strap so tight Ss nil thi f Hoys bellows cant nattily work for em He fiotr passed his hand round tho hollow of l ho Uds back I thought so I cant get cried lie my finger between the straps ftrfcf the pai f fellows flesh and good Heavens I I cnit feel the ifcri rising like a ridgo on each aido of the strap It is a black burning sham S to use any Christian like this I These words wero hardly out of the lurtf keys mouth when a startling cry camo suddenly from poor Josephs a sudden wild piercing scream of misery In that bitter despairing cry burst out ihe pent up anguish of weeks and t tic sense of injustice and cruelty moro than human The poor thing gave this one terrible cry Heaven forbid that jou should hour such a one in life as 1 hear his in my heard And then he fell to sobbing as if bis whole frame would burst Undo him cried Evans hastily or we shall kill hi in amongst us Hucket said the experienced Fry quito coolly The bdekot was nt hand its contens were instantly disc harped over Josephs head A cry like a dying hare two or three vi Â¬ olent gnpi and ho was quirt all but it strong shiver that passed froth head to foot only with the water that no trickled front his hair down his face scalding tuis from bis young ejes fell to the ground undistinguished from the water by flny eje but Ciods At six oclock Hnnes enmo into tbo yard and ordered Fry to-- tuko him down Fry took this opportunity of informing against Evans for his mild Intel fercnc3 He will pay for that along with tho lest said Hawcs with an oalh Then he turned on Josephs who hitltfd stiffly by him 011 his way to his cell Ill make your life hell to yon ycu young vagabond you are hardly used aro All you have eer known isnt vi yoti stroke with a feather lu what Ill make you know Wait till to morrow cftmes you shall sec what I can do when I am put to il Josephs sobled but answered nothing nnd crawled sore stiff dripping shivering to hit cell In that miserable hole ho would at lcat be at pcac o 1 Â¬ H7 causal ly Do- - A Free Press a Free Ballot and Free Speech are the Birthright of Freemen CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY my WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1883 l by nil persons old nntl young whenever any of tlio above symptoms nppoor Tersons Trnvollnrr or Uvlnir lit Cn MoaKhy Localities by taking a dose occasion ally to keen th IJver In healthy acrton will avoid all Mnlarln IlUlnua ntiackn Dirtiness Nau see Drowsiness Depression of Spirits etc It will Invigorate like a glass of wine but Is iu In toiUaUnc bovoriiffo If Tou hrwo enten anything hard ot dlfcostkm or feel heavy after meals or sleep lesa at night take a dose and ytu will be relieved Tim and Doctors Dills will be saved by always keeping tho Regulator In tlio Mounol For whatever the ailment may be a thoroughly Je purgative nlteiullre and tnnla can nererbe out of place The remedy Is harmless aunl tlocs not lulorfuro wills business or It should be tisod other Indians were backing the canoe out bis bayonet Into his breast and sent him to into the river three of them entering the join his comrades in the taad of spirits This conflict did not last more than ten water on tho opposite side from the whites and pushing it along The others crouched minutes but it ended none too soon for as down in thb bottom of the canoe which he pinned the last of the avages with his was made of an enormous cypress log and bayonet his melt on the bank cried out that Ho managed Weathcrsford was coming was over thirty feet long four feet deep and three feet across the beamhaving been to cross his men all safely over and suc- Â¬ constructed for the transportation of Com ceeded in reaching Fort Claiborne in safe Ono of the warriors who was guiding the ty where his disabled shoulder was dress- Wallace Grueilk cande would now and then raise himself o from tho water above the gunwalo of tho Â¬ pleasure IT LS FUREsTt VEflETATlTT And has aH the power and efficacy of Calomel sr Quinine without any of the Injurious after Acts Simmons Liver Regulator hat been In ute In my family for tome time and I am satisfied It Is a valuable addition to the medical science J Gitx Shorter Governor of Ala A Governors Teatlmony says Have derived soma Sunmene Liver Regulator funhtr trial Hon Aloxandcr II BUnucns of Ca benit fre m the use of and wish to give It a Â¬ i pepsia Liver Affection and Debility but never have found anything to benefit me to the extent Simmons Liver Regulator has I sent from Min Â¬ nesota is Georgia for It and would send further for such a medicine snd would advise all who arc sim Â¬ ilarly affected to give It a trial as It seems the only thing that never falls to relieie P M Jajinet Minneapolis Minn Dr T W Masnn snysi From actual ex Â¬ perience In the use of Simmons Liver Regulator In my practice I have been and am satisfied to use and prcscribo It as a purgative medicine Bfi TaUe only the Genuine has on the Wrapper the red Z which always Tho only Thine Hint never falls to Relieve f have used many remedies for Dys and fcJsutturo of U ZKILIN CO FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS J TratloOIarlc i Y Written for Tin nnicnicxninos Xtirs DONT FORGET TO WRITE TO YOUR MOTHER OLD Whose dally toll and ulghtly car Alado vo ouefly what 704 nre When now abes ojd and g owijg gray And you fcox home a e far army What svsi to Iter the sales joy Are letteva ftotit tor rbse it bor to ntlto nnd tell They doit If you and yctre odolnswell J Utile Cet - cat a tooth Add Qearso ru73 ui ft sprig illy youth Then joa i at Lauw trrlll makeasIud To Utai that Jim favors hit dad A ad iisjor fife I tlo decln 0 Alio avejfy day grows more Ike mi on How Jiif lid yours e t uoot y fowls yorr wia now feeds Vith otior ncis nnd dally de ds Will poise he tcll and giro her Joy In letters fioin he uliieitTioy 1UV A 11 rintns ov mr tatoes ttnd hoe rg jjcurn CiBtXBS Written or Tim Erickxikidok Niws THE CATTLE OF THE CANOES Ono of tlie most thrilling episodes that marked the war of 1812 M one in which tho high southern courage ncverraore gal 1 ntly distinguished itself was tho conflict 13 1813 between General November Samuel Dale on the Alabama river and eleven Indian warriors It is this tencontre we propose lo narrate and to which we liavo given the title of The Cattle of the Canoos General Claiborne on the preceding day had attacked captured and destroyed the Creek prophets town Econochaca which was a place of refuge forthe old men women and children of the tiibe and which the prophets declated was holy ground on which no white man could set foot and lire Il was situated on tho Ala bama river west of the present city of When Claiborne and bis Montgomery force appeared before the town tho entire population was gathered upon a level space or green to witness the burning of five while piisoners Of course they were de prived of this sport The Indians resisted desperately but futilcly and those that weio not slain fled in confusion across the river to the far sido of which thef first removed tlio majority of their women and children Learning that thete was an Indian en campmont on the opposite bank of the Alabama some miles above Claiborne de- Â¬ spatched General Dale with a force of seventy picked men up the river to attack and Dalo marched all lisperso the savages that day and night and early on the morn ingbf the succeeding day arrived opposite the encampment which judging by the smoke of the fires was much larger than Claibornes information led him lo suppose But Sam Dale was uot a man to be turned aside by trifles lie had to mo to attack the enemy and attack him ho would Cut we are anticipating a little About midnight they had come upon and captured a small hunting party of Indians Dividing his and seized their canoes force he tint a portion of his command under a trusty Indian lighter named Jerry Auitill across to the west bank and kept up the eastern bank with the remainder Arriving at what was then known as Hun dons Landing but now bearing the name of Dales Ferry thoy discovered tho en Â¬ campment on the tho western side Having uo means of crossine save on small canoe thoy found concealed under overhanging bushes Dale was forced to wait until Austin came up on the olhir side and captured and sent over canoes for them Concealing tltemsolves in the undergrowth they waited as patiently as they could under the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t K V circumstances About 10 oclock they taw a large canoe containing eleven warriors pull out from the encampment and head for a canebrake just above where they were concealed Dale called to ill men to follow htm and started on a run for the latter The Intre pid Dale and seven of Ms followers reachod tbo canebrake as theilndians were about to land Thjilwbites immediately fired upon Â¬ of the warrior leaped into the water and a they arose to the surface one wnsshot by Dale and jhe other by one of Cy this time the Lis wsn James Swtb tbMTwo canoe and shout to Wcathe iford who was in the vicinity of but invisible to the whites in the Creek dialect J WtWiai They arc spoiling usl They are spoiling usl As often as ho tote the whites fired upon him but without effect Finally growing bolder he raised himself breast hlgb and cried to them in derision Why dont you shoot This was more than Dalo could stand and taking careful sight between the savages hands with his rifle tho next time his head appeared above the girnwalfired the bullet crashing through his brain The canoe then began floating down the current the remaining two warriors being unable to mnnno it and those inside fearing to show themselves Seeing this Dale called out to the other party who had by this time made their appearance on the opposite bank to bring him Six men jumped into over some canoes one and paddled to that of the Indians when one of them catching sight of the warriors concealed on the bottom cried out Live Indians Back water boys backwater and in their fright they paddled as fast as they could back to the shote Dale espying a strapping free negro named Ocsar on the shore with the others ordered him to bring over a canoe on the instant Cwsar hesitated about obeying when Dale assured him with an oath that if he did not instantly obey he would shoot him Caesars hesitation vanished and he speedily paddled oyer to where Dalo stood waiting He landed about a hundred yards below the big canoe containing the warriors and He made Dale and two others entered Ciuisr paddle them to within about forty yaids of the Indian canoe when all thrco leveled their guns which to their chagrin all missed Gie The boats rapidly nsared each other when one of the warriois threw his scalp ingknife at the whites pieicing their frail batk canoe tbiough and tlnough jnst grazThe ne t ing Dales thigh in its passage moment tbo canoes came in contact Dale instantly leaped up placing one foot in the canoe of the enemy The nearest warrior to him leveled his rifle at the dauntless fellows breast and pulled ttig ger but fortunately the weapon flashed in Thesavnge then clubbed his gun the pan and aimed a furious blow at Dales bead which tho latter partially parried and instantly shattered tho Indians skull with the barrel of his gun In the meantime another warrior had slticken down one of Dales companions and was in the act of dispatching him wiih his knife when Dale struck him over the head with his tide breaking the lalferin He hurled the stock at one of two pieces Seeing him thus disthe other savages armed Ctcsar banded Dale his musket with the bayonet Gxed With this Dale leaped into the other beat in the midst of the Indians His canoe containing his companions floated off One of the lutter fired and wouuded the neai est Indian to Dale who now stood in the centre of tho enemy two dead at his feet a wounded warrior at the stern who continually snapped a gun at him and four powerful unhurt warriors at his front 1 he first of these made a blow at him with his tide which he warded ofT with tho bar el of his musket and ran the bayonet through his body As he fell tho attack was lepeated by the next one Another shot from Dales canoe pierced his heart and he fell dead in the bottom of the boat The thiid warrfar now spiang over the bodies of bis coiniades flourishing his tomahawk Dale spitted him on his bayonet and he now faced the fourth one This warrior was well known to Dale His and he was noted name was as being the best wicstler and most etpeit ball player of his tribo stood moFor a moment tionless awaiting the onset of Dalei Cut as the latter moved not stepped backward to the bow of the boat lo gain space for an ii resistible rush yell ed the Creek warhoop and cried out So m inolocco na duhmuthc Big lo filial Ipio i Sam I am a man I am comin I am coming come on As he spake with a terrific yell he bounded over the dead bndies of tho others aiming a blow at Dale with his rifle which Dale dislocated the latter left shoulder thrust his bayonet into him It glanced around his ribs the point penetrating bis spine Dale bore his weight upon the butt of the musket and pressed him down As be pulled the weapon back the Indian clutched tbe side of the boat and endeavored to rise at tbe same time exclaiming is a man He is not afraid lo die Dale drove the bayonet tli rough his heart He then turned lo the wounded warrior at the stern who had been continually snapping his rifle at him and who gave the warhoop of his tribe and exclaim Â¬ ed in Creekv 1 am a watriorl I am not afraid to dl A he uttered the words Dale plunged r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ NEVER TOO A UTE TO MATTER OF FACT ROMArJCE By II oiAnirs fcilAPTER nriur rxr Â¬ About four oclock in the afternoon the surgeon enme lo the door but what sur prised Susan was that a man accompanied bim whom she only just knew by sight and who had never been theie before the turnkey Hodges The pair spoke togeth er in a low tone and Susan who was looking from an upper window could not hear what they said but the discussion lasted a minute or two before thoy rang tho bell Susan came down herself and admitted them Cut as she was leading the way up stairs her aunt suddenly bouncod out of the parlor looking unaccountably red and said I will go with them Susan bnt felt if you like attnt Susan said some little surprise at Mrs Davles brisk mnnner At the sick mans door Mrs Davics paused and said dryly with a look at Hodges Who shall I say is come with you Mr Hodges one of the warders is come to inquire after his reverences health replied the surgeon smoothly I must ask him first whether he will re ceive a stranger Admit him was Mr Edens answer The men entered the room and were welcomed with a kind but feeble smile from the sick man Sit down Hodgei The surgeon felt his pulse and wrote a prescription for it is a tradition of the eldeis that at each visit the doctor must do After this lie some overt act of medicine asked the patient how he felt Mr Eden turned an eloqent look upon him in reply said he I must speak to Hodges said ho in a Come near me Hodges kind voice perhaps I may not have many more opportunities of giving you a word of fiiendly exhortation Heru it alioi t dissatisfied contemptuous grunt was beard at tho window scat Did you speak Mrs Davici No I didnt was the somewhat sharp reply We should improve every occasion Mrs Dtvirs and I want this poor man to know that n ding man may feel happy and hope everything from Gods love and mercy il ho has loved and pitied his brothers and sisters of Adams race When ho called himself a dying man Hodges who was looking uncomfoi table and at the floor raised his head and the surgeon and ha interchanged a rapid look it was observcdthough not by Mr Eden That gentleman seeing Hodges wear an abashdd look which he muunderstood and aiming to improvo hi in fur the future Cut not punish him for the past said first let me thank you for coming to see nnd with these words he put his hand me out of the bed with a kind smile to Hodges His gcntlo intention was roughly interrupted Mrs Dnvics flung down her work and came liU 0 a flaming turkey cock acrois ihe floor in a moment und seized his arm and flung it back into the bed No ye dontl ye shant fcive your hand to any such rubbish1 Mis Davies Yes Mrs Davies you dont know what theyve come here for I overheard ye at the doorl You have got an enemy in that filthy jail havent you alt Well this man comes from him to see how bad you are they were colloguing together back wait and forwaid everso long and I heaid em it Is not out of any kindness or good will in the world Now suppose you inittch out the way you came in scieamed Mrs Davies Mrs Davies be quiet and let me speskl suid tbe woman Of course I will sir with a ludicrously sudden calm and coax- Â¬ ing tone Mr Eden eyed There was a silence the men Small guilt peeped from them by Its usual Utile signs Mr Edens lip curled magnificently 80 you did not come to see me you Mrs Davies be weie sent by that man quiet cuiiosity is not a cilme like tortur- Â¬ Mr Hawcs sent you ing the dnfenselessi that you might tell him how soon his vic tims are likely to lose their only earthly defender The men colored and stammered Mrs Davics covered her face with her apron aad rocked heistlf on her chain Mr Eden flowed gently on Tell your master that I have settled all my worldly affairs and caused all my trifling debts to be paid Tell him that I have made my will I have provided In it for the turnkey Evans He will know why Tell bim you found my cheeks fallen away my eye hollow and my face squalid Tell him my Uible was by my sido and even tbe prison was mingling with other memories as I drifted from earth and all ils thorns and tears All was blunted but William Weatlion Qjd a hrlf j eed who commanded a force ef a thousand Cicok war- Â¬ the Christian 1 faith and trust lu his Re riors deemer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jjo I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tell him that thero Is a cold dew upon Itrcts that followed was most amusing to the operators ftrchtad That was a good idea doctor cried Tell him that ynu found mo by tho side of the river Jotdati looking across tne Hawcs The triumph was premature1 Colters cold river to the hoavenly laud where they who have been washed in tho blood of the cries were choked for a raomiht by his asLamb walk In white garments and seem tonishment Hut the next finding n fresh even as I gnzc to wclcomo and beckon me torture added to the first lib bottled louder than ever Then tho governor seized the to join them And then tell him cried he In a new salt powdered a good handful and avoidthat he ing his teeth crammed It suddenly Into voice liko a flash of lightning lie spat It has brought me back to earth You havo the poor creatines month eome and leminded me that if I die a wolf fuiiouily out and the brino fell like sea I thank yOd spray upon all the operators especially on is wailing to tear my sheep audi tell you roared he as the Lord Hawes who swore at the biped and citllrd liveth and as my soul livelh I will not him a beast and promised him a long spell of tho ctots for his Hastiness After die but live and do the Lords work Fry must tuke bis turn and so and put my foot yet en that caitiffs neck Hawe now these three creatures to whom Heav Â¬ who sent you tti inspect my decajinjbody combined their en had given teason doorl you poor tools the Ha was up in tho bed by megc tower slietiglh and their sacred reason to toftaic ing above them atl and he pointed to tho and drgtade one of those whom the French a door with a tremendousgesluro aniLjtn ejo call bclcs In bvn lHl Heaven pitied bioiher Mis Davits caught the that flamed Whenever he opened his mouth with the electric spaik in a moment she toro tlio door opon and ihe pair bundled down the instinct that makes animals proclaim thsir hurts and appeal fur pity on tho chanco of stairs befoic that terrible eye and finger then did Susan heard his ele a heart being within hearing Susan Susan in in great these show their sense of his appenl thus vated voice and cama running One of the party ciammed tbe stinging anxiety salt down his throat the olhets watched They sry thero is no such thing as friendship between a man and a woman him nnd kept clear of the btino that he spat vehemently out and a loud report of Prove to me this is a falsehood laughter followed instantly each wild Ills sir giimace and convulsion of fear aud torDo me a service ture Ahl what is il They left Cartci- for hours in the pillofy Go a journey for me 1 will goallatound England for you and soon a violent ihirsl was added lo his anting and sufferings 1iolonged pain brings on cruel cKoJ the girl Mr Eden thirst and many a poor fellow suffered flushing My writingdestl it is to a village sixty hoiribly from it during Ihe last houis of bis pillory Hut in this case the salt h miles from this but you will be there in had swallowed made it mow vehement four hours in that village lives the man The poor wtetchs throat was so pitiched who can cure me if any one can His eyes weie asked ho could haidly breathe What will you take with you all bloodshot and his livid tongue lolled Mrs Davies ail in a buttle slringlrss and powerless out of his gasping A comb and brush and a chemise mouth have them down in a twinkling Ill Tho earnest man Jtoing his rounds of The note was written his house see him tell duty saw his pitiable slate and foibade te Take this to lief till the number of hours he had ap him the truth and bring him with you topointed for his punishment should be comwill be fifty pounds out of his morrowit pleted Discipline before all pocket to leavo his patients but 1 ihink There was one man in the jail juit one will come fcr Oh yes he he will come who could no longer view this barbarity auld lang sync His heart had been touched Good bye Mr Eden God bless you unmoed and his undeistanding uwalcncd and he I wuut to be gone I shall biing him nunt And saw these prodigies of ciuoltv in their Hue if I have to cany him in my arms light Hut ho was afiaid of Hawes and with these words Susan was gone unfurlunatcly tho others by an instinct felt their comrade was no longer one of CHAPTCr XXII them and watched him closely Hut his Not a tithe of Hawes exploits can be intelligence was awakened with his huiccoided hete I shall describe tberefoie manity After much thought he hit upon only tba gtand lesultof all and a case or this He took the woiks out of bis watcb two that vaiicd by a shade the monotony an old hunting watch and strolling of discipline He kept ono poor lad with- inlo the yaid dipped tho case into tbe out any food at all from Salurdaj morning bucket then closed it end soon after get till Sunday at twelve oclock and made ling close to Carter and between him and him woik and for his Sunday dinner gave Fry he afTected to o auiine tho prisoners the famished wretch si ounces of btead collar and then hastily gave him a watchaud a can of water He strapped one pris- ful of cold water Cutter sucked it with oner up in the pillory for twenty four frightful avidity and small as the draught hours and directed him to bo fed in it wa no mortal can say what consequences This ptisoner I ad a short neck and the weie aveited by it 0 that Evans was dreadfully out of spirits His cruel Collar would not let him eat the tortures of Tantalus were added to ally lay dying and his enemy Ilium hed crucifixion The earnest beast put a child He looked to be turned out of thejuil at Hut of eleven years old inlo a straight waist- the next meeting of the magistiutes coat for vhrce days then kept him three when he bad given tho idiot his watch to days on bietd nnd water and lobbed him drink out of an uuworted warmth aud of his bed and his gas for fourteen das couiage seemed to com into his heart Having victimized this childs tender body Hawes fell boldest upon theytfung bojs as aforesaid Mr Hawes made a cut at his and childirn weie favorite victims but his He stopped his chapel soul favoiitesof all were poor llobinsoh and The one ideed man wanted to punish little Josephs These wcro at the head of and depiivation of chapel is a bitter pun ihe long list he crucified he parched he ishment to a prisoner under the separate famishcS he robbed of prayer of light of icst and hope He disciplined the sick and silent system That large Tbe list execution of biped Carter took he closed tho infiimary again place about a week after Mr Eden was room furnished with comlort nuises and air was an inconsistency laid prostrate It is not generally very difficult to out So the sick lay in their nanow cells wit an imbecile and the coidrnor enmesh gasping in vain for frrsh air gasping in ed Cnricr madu him out refractory and vain forsomo cooling drink or some little crucified him The poor soul did not hal- simple delicacy to incite their enfeebled loo at fust for he temembeicd they had appetite not cut his tin oat the last time as he Jlie djring were locked up at the fixed thought they were going to do ho had hour for locking up and found dead at the seen a pig first mude fast then stuck1 How they had fixed hour lor opening Hat when tho bitter cramps camo on he died no one knew At what hour they had began to howl and cry most frightfully so died no one knew Whether in some that Hancs who was talking to tho sur choking struggle- a human hand might geon in Ihe center of the building staited have saved them by changing suffocating Mr Saw position or tin like tie ono knew and came at once lo the place yer came with him They tried different Hawes besides his cruelly was a hoodle They went He belongcdto a knot of theoiists info ways of quieting him id vain to a distance as Mr Eden had suggested whose hands tlio English jails aro fast full but it was of no use he was howling now ing a set of shallow dreamers who being fiom pain not fear dunces and asses think themselves wiser Gag him l i oared Hawes it is scanda than Nature or her Author Jdscphs suf lous I hate a noise fcred body arid spirit without intermission suggested the sur- The tcstilt was that his flesh withered on liettcr loose hitrf geon his bones his eyes weie dint and seemed Wball to lie at tho bottom of two Caverns ho Hawes blighted hira with a look and let him beat me crawled stiffly and slowly Instead of walk said ing Theie is no gag la the prison Ho wan not sixteen years of age yet Fry Hawcs had extinguished his youth and A pietty prison without a gag in III blotted nut all ils signs but one said Hawes tho only reflection ho was ev Â¬ Ono day as Robinson happoned 0 bo er heard to cast on his model jail then washing the corridor with his beaver tip with sudden ferocity he turned on Saw what bo took far a small but aged man What is tho use of tou donf you yer pnss6d him shambling Stiffly with joints know anything for your money cant all stiffened by perpetual crucifixiun and rheu your science stop this brutes windpipo matism that had onsucd from perpetually youf being welled thiougb This figure had his Science thus blandly Invoked camo to beaver down at sight of Robinson ho the aid of Inhumanity started and instantly went down on his Humph havo you got any salt knees rind untied both shoo strings then Saltl1 roared Hawes what is tho use whllo tying them again slowly ho Whis Ohl ay I see run and get a of salt pered t pound and look sharp with it Robinson I am Josephs dont look to They brought tbe salt ward mo Now will you bold your noise Theft Robinson1 scrubbing tho wall with more give It him vigor than before whispered How aro The scientific operator watched his opthey usflig you now boy when the poor bipedi portunity and Hush I don V speak so lout Robinson mouth was optn howling crammed a they are killing me handful of salt into It He spit It out as Therufliarisl They are trying all they well as be could but some of iti dissolved know to kill me too by the saliva found Its way down his Fry coming throat The look of amazement and dim- Â¬ Â¬ Henven-af-dieteÂ¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ST lajrfl 1 We shall never see Mr Eden alive again said ha in a fnltoiing voice Then low gloomy tone he muttered I have loosened Ihe brick tho day I lose all hope that day I send Hawcs home And the thief pointed towaid the cellar The Jay you have no more hope Robinson 1hnt day has come to me this foil night and mote He tells mo ovtry day he will make my life hell to me and I am sure it lias been nothing else ever since I came here Keep up jour heart b6r he hasntlon lo live He will live too long forme I cant stay hcie any longer You and 1 shant often chat togefhor again pet hups never Dont talk so laddie Keep up yodr heart for my sake One bitter tearing sob was all the reply And so these two parted boy in r This wits just after breakfast At din ner time Josephs iot having performed nil impossible task was robbed of his dinner A liftle bread nnd water was served out to him in the yard and he was set on he In parcrank again with fearful menaces ticular Mr Hnwes repeated his favorite threat Ill rauke your life hell to you Josephs gtoaned but what could a boy of fifteen do overtasked and famished for n month past and fitter now for a hospital than for hard labor of an sort At three oclock his progtess on the crank was so tlowihat Mr Hawcs ordered him to be crucified on the spot Â¬ Â¬ His obedient myrmidons for the fiftieth time seized tho lad and crushed him in the Jacket throttled him in tho collar and pinned him to the wall and this time the fust time for a long while the prisoner ic moustralcd loudly Why not kill mo at once and put me out of my misery Hold your tongue You know I cant do the task you set You know it as well as I do me Hold your tongue you insolent young villain Stiap hlui tighter Fry Oil no no no dontt go o sfrap me lighter or you will cut mo in half dont Mr Fry I will hold my tongue sir Then ho turned his hollow mournful eyes on Hawes nod said gently It cant last much longer you know Jt shall Inst till I break you you obsti nato whining dog You aro hardly used Walt lill to morrow Ill show are you you that I have only been placing with jou Hut I havo got a punishment in ad yet store forjou that will make you wish you were in hell Hawes stood over the martyr fiercely threatening bin The martyr shut his eyes It teemed as though tho enraged Hawei He winced would end by striking him with his eyes lie could not winco with any other part of hti body so tight was it Jammed together and jammed against the wall Hawes however did but repeat bis threat of some now torture on the morrow that should far eclipio all be htd yet endutcd nnd shaking his fist at his helpless body pawning left him with his torture Matter is t want your bed Ono hour of bitter racking uniemitting Josephs rose half stupid and Hodges anguish bad hardly rolled over this young rolled up his bed and blarikot bead crohis frame weukoned by famine Aro you renlly going to rob me of my and perpetual violence began to give the bed inquired Josephs slowly and firmly- usual signs thathe would soon sham s woo rt Rob you yon young dog Here is the we call it when it occurs to any but a prisgovernors order No bed and gas for oner1 fourteen ddys The young marfjrs lips were turning No bed nor jfas for fourteen days I Ha I Ijlue his faca was twitching convulsively ha I ha I ha I ha I when a word was unexpectedly put in for Oh yoa laugh at that do you him by a bystander I laugh at Mr Hawes thinking to keep The turnkey Etritis hnd been half sul- mo out of bed ftfr fourteen days a poor lenly half sorrowfully watching bim for worn oul boy like me You toll Hawes Ill some minutes past find bed In splto of him long beforo four Â¬ A month or two ago the lips of A prisoner teen days turning blue ahd hll skin twitching told Hodges looked about the cell for this He saw these things with other bod Evans nothing t out seeing them He was citrol from stu Comr sid he yon mustt chaff the pldlty j from blockhead to butcher there Is officers The governor will serve you out but a slap Like the English public he enough without your giving us any of your rcdlUtd nothing wlcre prisoners were con- Continued on fourth Iagu Â¬ Â¬ He found the gas lighted He was glad for he was drenched throagh And biltery cold Ho crept ap to thn little gas light and pdt his dead white bunds over it and got a little warmth into them he blcrsed this spark of light and warmth lie looked lovingly down on it it was his only friend in the jail his companion in the desolate cell lie wished ho could gather it into his bosom then it would warm his heart umi hu blighted flesh and aching and hieririg bones While he hung shivering over hts spark of light and warnih and comfort a key was put into his door Ahl heres supper1 thought he and I am so hungry It was not supper it was Fry who came in empty handed leaving tho door open Fry went to hisgas light and put bis fingorand thumb tin the screw Oh it burns all right Mr Fry said it wont go any higher thank Josephs yon N6 it wont said Fry dryly nnd turned it out leaving the cellln utter darkness There I told you so said Josephs pettishly now you havo been nnd turned it out Yes I have been and turned it out re plied Fry with a brutal laugh and it wont be turned on again fur fourteen dnyr so the governor says however and I sup pose he knows and Fry went out chuck- Â¬ ling Josephs burst out sobbing and almost screaming at this last stroke it seemed to hait him more than his fieicer tortures Josephs sobs betran gradually go down and some little warmth began to steal over his frame as soon as he got a little warmj Nature who knew how inneh her tortured son needed ropose begun to weigh down his eyelids and ho dozed Sleep was stealing over him Sleep lifes nurso sent from Heaven to crcato us anew day by day sleep that has blunted and gradually cured a hundred thousand sorrows for ono that has yielded to any moral remedy sloop I that has blunted aud so cured by de grees a million fleshy ills for one that drugs or draughts have ever reached Sleep had her arm around this poor child and was drawing him gently gently slowly slowly to her bosom when suddenly his cell soom ed to him to1 be ail in a blaze and a rough hand shook him and a harsh voice sounded hi his ear Come get up out of that youngster it said and the hand almost Jerked him off the floor What Is the matter inquired Josephs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w W t FLOOD f LaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl Breckenridge News VKDNKSDAY ncsLVKSs is nisixusa A Â¬ THE STORY OF THE 1KIlHTAUY ivtifiAui 3nbjcct Tiiiriiin nrthe KNOTT 28JW iiitiior o the decision tor Inrrninr Demnerntlo piling husincst s rrty HosJ VUOCTOrt f Mntlon Tiik cniliiers It u i It is ncik or nothing with the cirafTe X - A rnut iTtfhti always a ttrking nITalr Tiik cream nfA jokt should never tour A noli in the kettle is worth tm in tlic r no0 Srinu rowdies oil for candles but turmoil for to meter by rn knock doesnt mrc ilupccr deals Tiik pas mnn moonlight aVoner Tiik Louisville down arguments Tiir thrifty housewife never bufces bread before she kneads it DiikssmjIKKiih bills nre the result of Adams transmission Tiik most amiably disposed tailor is nl wiys giving peoplo fin Tiic latest pntch on his ttouscrs is some thig new under the son The sheriff puts one down with tax at though one were a carpet dates is not tho way to obtain chronological information Iatino Cattle in midsummer earn their living by the sweat of their browse fovn for a widow can not properly be termed miss placed affection The common council today voted to recommend an appropriation of 75000 The and to ask the aid of the legislature Somu politicians when neighed arc found was tent by telegraph recommendation wanting all the otliccs in fight the Western Union Company giving the free use of its wires for the purpose Wmi ak lust tempted mnn t5 eat but he Within half an hour a bill wat introduced and passed in the senate authorizing tho took to drink of his own accord city to borrow 100000 and the bill was sent to the House FoniTEES ounces to the pound is the LonsvniE The water is still rising weigh some grocers grow rich and tho distress increasing Heginuing at the Cut off Iteargrass citek has assumed Kxccpt of Maxy men of many minds I he proportions of n swelling river nnd is the mind their own business pattern doing just at much damage as possible It is almost over the Hrownsboro pike and Writ rather sea a dozon felons in the has backed itself six or seven leet around the Kewcomb Uuihanau distillciy From penitentiary than one on our finger Haxtcr avenue to Hroadway the creek is invariably meet with the spreading out on every side but the woolTitAVKinns en mills pinning mills and pork houses greatestinn attention ntthebestkepthotels along ils banks are so high that the water In the has only reached the basement the eye is mans most delicate AiTiioniii neighboihood nf Ohio Street the watert alorgan he keeps it constantly under the most reach Story avenue lash From Hroadway to Kentucky the Short line connection track is under water The Tiik stinirinc rctortt of Job lllackburn Iumber vard of Fred Fischert cooper shop bee of the house of rep constitute him the al Hrnadwav and the creek wat washed out The Hood reached the cellar ot Ihe rescntntics Heargrats mills doing considerable injury Thebasoment of llio little church at Cani hichango A Kiss is the hois lip sahc boll and Hroadway is flooded The yards Hut when applied too often is apt to pro of tho Contrnl Iron and Coal Company at duce an allecton of the heart Hroadwuy and tho creek are filled wiib water Seeral houses in the western exThe other night a Cloverrot toper went tremity of Brent street are flooded and afterwards fences and outhouses had been carried to- - hod on a barrel of salt and away boasted that he had slept with Lots wife Yesterday morning about 11 oclock the spectators at the foot of Clay street were Tiik time is near at hnnd when jou can horrified by seeing a cradle containing a uit jour wifo witha spring dress and soot Several skills baby float down the river with taking down the parlor stove yourself were launched alter it but befoie it could be reached tho child in its struggles fell Somk people have but two enjoyments in No out into the water and was drowned one knows who tha little unfortunate was Ibis life One it to hear themselves praised New AiiiiKY Isn At 11 p m the and the other to hear their rcighbors river was 1 inches below tho high water nbutcd mark of 1ST2 and rising steadily at the rate ol an inch an hour All the manuHENiPntiKYlooiiE says that Mr Heck is factories wilh the exception of the cotton riltllAY FKFIIUAIIY 1C the Achilles of free trade in the senate Tho waters aro falling and woolen mills have been closed and Cincinnati ir00 people nre thrown out of employ As they recede they leave behind sorrowYes and he is an Achilles who kcepk his ment DcPaiiws glass works wero closed ful evidences of ruin and desolation the heol covered too yesterday evening and the loss lo this es- foil extent of which cannot be revealed tablishment alone it estimated at not less until the river is again within its banks Hakeem of Knnsas wben ho picked up than 100000 Ihe total loss in the city Over 20000 persons are being fed lo ijny Townshend of Illinois in congress the other can only be estimated but It will not be br the relief commitleo in thit city The day fur n fool speedily discovered that he less than 300000 catet of 8iiffWing are many A member Tha river at 11 p m was two inches be- of the relief committee was tont to inveiti had grabbed a red hot poker low the highest mark of 183 nnd rising gale the case of a family liting i i a garret Ho had to clinb over All factories stoppsd ex- in Cherry alley an inch an hour PnncToii Knott is fond of ojstcrs on the cept the cotton nnd woolcu mills Thirty the roofs of several houses to get theio I alf shell Col Jones prefers quail on toast five hundred poor people ara out of em- and found eleven peront in the daik lodge Owsley freezes to snipe on mush ployment Six hundred are bomolets and apartment even suffering for wnntnf pure great suffering and much sickness arS add air half Marred and half Irosn with only rooms but for us give us spread eagles on ed to the destitution Delauws glass one bed in the room twenty dollar gold pieces works aro three feet under water and the The interests of the business men in the losses aie estimated at one hundred thous fhioded districts are cacfully jooked after Jr is curious if Messrs Jolly Tydings Kvery suspicious looking and dollais The loses lo ether manu by the patrol nnd Company really believe that our road factories and to rcbldencet will exceed cralt is plopped and if its occupants are should was drowned by the Hood that they All railroad 100000 communication unknown to the patrol they are compelled with Louisville Is cut off Gicat suffering to gio an account nf themselves Tha be so anxious to put their people to the ex and heavy losesainong families on the streets are well lighted nnd there ia actu pensa of burying tho corpse river west of the city Many lose all their ally less probability of thievery being at Thn crops tempted liian during ordinary limes Kuis Ciukt one of the Ashland mur The work of de masonic relief boats are all out to day paJeffeiiroxviiik whose trial concluded at Grayson derers vastation hy the raging waters is very trolling their various districts The life- Â¬ last Friduy was convicted and sentenced great ihouh as vet the extent can only be boat from the life saving station at Clere approximated Nearly all nf the lower land arrived this inoiuiiig nnd has bean to bo hnnired on the Mth of MnV Neals part of the city is submerged and about assigned to active services in Newport It trial wat continued to August 000 families have been rendered homeless cairios eight oars and has a capneitj of a Spring slrtet from Chestnut to ihe leee ton Tho regular crew camo with it in What is particularly needed in Kentucky is covered wilh four leet of water Nearly command olCapt Godwood iit more tools and fewer pistols more work all tho principle business houses in the Tho real danger lo rropeily will corro city are on this street and the loss to the it is foared when the wntrra iccedo and less loafing more justice and Icsshu- morchnnlt it veiy henvy reaching fully Many peisons have put their goods in tho more hnneingi mid fewer inaniturianikin 100000 and probably more At ihe thin- - lop stories of their buildings and when tho murders more git up gitand less sit down jmdt the loss is fortunntely very slight as flood subsides the buildings may be crush and wait evciylhing had been well prpiided for ed by iho heavy weight A cold snap is The City Hall Hnaet and Piicos Halls much dreaded for should the water Ireeze IlrniEVVilu in this issue derides the ihe public school building and many of bieaking the ice it is feared would crush Stephpiisport country Well comparo tho the churches arc Hooded with threo or four many buildings and tha loss would be I ho cily jail feet of water it alto partial many millions of dollars A high wind is Stphensport has faith in the road two The situation is truly a des also much dreaded and upon the absence ly inundated Jiewley faith by works nod juitiliis that Thousands of people are of these unfavorable conditions depends perate one Illo professes but little faith in it and is roaming tho streets without shelter of nny the saving ot property And et tho deficient in workt entirely Plunderers of every description n Cincinnati suburb kind In Cumminsrille havo come out from their holes and are fire hundred pianos have boon ruined In liopet or n heaven of railroad without faith ransacking the buildings which the floods Newport the loss from Ibis source alone is und without works hare compelled the tenants to desert An estimated at over 50000 atato of lawlessness is reigning lor At Lawronceburg Ind more than 11000 Connecticut is both the land of slyady It U intimated says Dr Tidings that utlerpolice can make no arrests as thny persons hare been driven from their homes the Imb ts and remarkable occurrences Tim Ihe syndicate of capitalists who were tohao have no placs in which prisoners can be w til nothing but tho clothes they wore other day at tho tillage of Wilton Uev T advanced the funds for tho road are now confined Penpln gazo on stupidly nl the Moo than 200 houses havo been overturnThompson conducted funeral services since the Hood disposed to draw back nnd lestruct on ef their nroprrty and see ed and many swept entirely away The carrying olf ever thing of value will reach fully 500000 and hun He is thieves left almost without an effort to pre- loss vcr tho body of W 1 Gregory and thon givo up the enterprise altogether dreds of poor prrsons aro perfectly destithat is tho open collin performed the mar a bravo liar who will mlher to huso u false vent ihem over tute losing everything they possessed Last night one end of the furniture ware riage ceremony between the widow fur n hood as that and friend Tydings is more TIILIIHDAY KKUUIMIIT 15 gullible than we imagined him to bo if he CismxATi Additional gloom over the rooms of K II Dohel fell in with a crash Â¬ day and Lawrenco M Pike all the floors witli it About thirplaces tho least credeuco in it It is lie people this morning is caused by the fact earning In ihe upper stories and Gov IliAixnuitN has remitted the fines without u shadow of foundation or excuse thut the river after falling to sixiyfuur feet ty peisons were ten and thrcn quarter Inches began lorise although they wont down with tho ciuinb of a lot of Lexington prostitutes to shield undor tho influence of a steady hard rain ling building not u lifo was lost Tho rcserai respectable gentlemen from dis- Â¬ Wu Mitiiion for HexIMtr The river at U to night It tixirsix eel and wnrerooms were four stories high 100 feet No one graceful cxposuro in the courts three fourths of an inch and rising slowly front and stored wilh 20000 worth of Iiul Louisville Cuiiiiiirrolal will bo almost loinl furniture ewn take exception to that for it is a self Thk HiuckisuioukN km h suggests a mer Tho day hat been the gloomiest In the his The market The loss filled with 10000 house was city proportion that tho respectability ited compliment to MaJ Ilonry T Stanton tory ol Ihe Change lluslness was wholly neg worth of furniture and it and its contents evident and all atlonlion given shape of the democratic nomination lected on in stovo nf gentlemen who hold commerce with lowd for Ihn register ol the land ollico The undlg lo saving property and affording reief were swept away The losses of the estab Moinon requites the suit of executive elom ullied quarrel recently indulged In between While unaxpeclad tho rite noatlr a font works and various manufacturing aggregate many thousands tho pruxent register and his clerk both of today bat not made a very great change lishments will nicy to preserve It from fly blow About oue fourlh of an ncro of of dollars whom ai seeklm tho nniiilnation this j ear in the situation The water now stands In the gutters on ground is all that is Vistula in the two Tiik Gieenvilla Keho hii1 Owentboro will convincn many good citizens that it towns Walnut roach us so Infrequsntly that we bo mi lit be well to look elsewhere for a man ihe south side of Pearl street on Post At 10 oclock to night a heavy rain was Wag to fill the ollico Tho position of register Tho Little Miami depot is Hooded cm to doubt whether we are on thoir ex is not an onorous one but it is very impor on aro no Inngar ahlo to crnts the Newport again falling Tho river had lallon Ihieu Hamilton and feet and was receding three inches per change lists Ths is tho last day of Feb tant since in this oflire nre lo be found lh bridge The Cincinnati inarkod differ ruary nnd from Christmas tintil now we original titles to tho greater nait nf the leal Dayton road which has been the only out hour In The deoline makes a many the appearanoe of parts of four copies of tho Keho estate in Kentucky Maj Stanton U such let fur trains north snti east to nigtil went encosubmerged dittrict All alone the edgo have received but n ciilrcn as nny community or Maio should under the II nod to such an extent that no tha nnd three of iho Post Hut ono copy of the delight to honor whllo Ins servics lo hit Irftlnaritiill mm liii Iftivei Ihn f llv nran nl me wier line huts iho urn mmm m IIit Wo J -- niau - Kfin minur witAi Columbus Jferald haH reached u mf mc norm in um i party with limiii wniie nevorsceKingnnr ticaiiv rui on imiu tun removing the ao-mail tho Nkwh everj week to all three iicrsonal promotion would make the nom the torlh east and wet by rail coiniiiuni the proprietor are biicy ll stloti suggested a filling reward Icnlloti excepllhatlbo Heo lino road still cumulated filth und Inspactlng tha condi Hoyi hois tolcfalr within Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ As our Hewlej villa friends appear to now bo In earnest about tho road wo re spectfully offer lhen n suggestion or two the consideration af which Is of vital twpor- lance to llitlr chancesnf tecuting the prize rinntlen that when Mr Perc before proceeding elsewhere in the ana Clover county exep at Clompnrt port gave birth to tho anterprite gavo ihem an opportunity to iccuro the rswf they treated hit offer with dcririnn accopt cd the dictum of Hardinthurg that it wat a tiancr ralfroad and would noter could never be built and refuted to subscribe ft dollsr to the slock or even give him a meeting so that he could lay his plans be-tnm iliom Of ooiirao he and all other friends of the road had the right to cm elude that DcwUytille if not an antagonist to the enterprite was indifferent to it Con tequently it wns not further consulted nor nas the project abandoned becnuse liar diniburg and Ifcwleyvllle believed or pretended to believa that it was merely a wild dream originating in tho brain of Mr Pierce and a few other enthusiasts that would never be realized Sho had Cloverport wat in earncit grown tired of being squat on the bank of the river like a turtle in the tun rutting away inithcr growing nor dwindling the tame dull spirillett creature year in and year out Her soul grew great within her She longed for larger greater grandtr things than the daily landing of the mail packets conld ever bring hor She boliered nnd yet btlieves that his railroad is tin one thing needful the decisive step in the direction of the future greatntst to which she atpircs In it she hat put her faith and her money She can not bo robbed of it nor will the permit herself to he robbed of it The only hope for Dewlurville now must rest upon something more tangible than windy meetiugt and communications to Louitrilla papert berating Cloverport maligning Stcpbentport nnd glorifying herself If the will have the road then she mutt make good tha subscriptions to stock and bonds that were subscribed along the river route conditioned upon the road being constructed along the river and which in eato the road should deflect to take in Dew ltyvillt would be lost to the company In otlnr words sho must subscribe J 1000 to make good the alienated subscriptions be Thon tween Cloverport and Wast Point if she insists on inviting her friend and neighbor llnrdirniburg to share in the benefits of tho road to tho exclusion of CloverLewis port etc those port Hawctville twain mutt make good tho additional 000 of ttock and bonds that would be alion ated from Clovorport to Owentboro There Hcwleyvillo hat the work laid nut beforo her She first mutt show up 11000 before her claims can be contldired br the company If the is in earntt she mutt get about her woik like the was in earnest This money it already tecurcd on the Uraii denburg and Clorerport route It mutt also bo secured on tha Henleyville-Har-dinsbu- rg route before tlioy can take a hand in the game Hut why do these two places insist on coming in and grabbing our railroad when they have a chatter procured by Mr Green Beard for a road of their yvn running nt they want from Tip Top via Hcwleyville and Hardintburg to Owensboro Why do they not go to work raise the money and build their road Clovorport got up her road without the assistance of Hewltyville and Hardintburg and in despite of the cold indifferenca of the one and the active hos tility of the other She would bo glad to sisttr lownt got their own road She tee will not place even a straw of opposition in their way nor breathe a syllable of hostility or diicouragemcnt against the scheme let alone hold nicotines and denounce nnd villify thorn fer wanting a road Hreckcn- ridgo county it large There it room for half a dozen railroads to Iravene her with out jostling each other And Cloverport would be glad to see them all constructed Sho hat put her all in her own road Let llewlcyvilla and Hardintburg emulate her examplo and put their money in their own road or if they are determined to gobblo ihe road the incubated and set on foot and which they both derided and laughed at then let them put their haiuU in their pockets and outbid her We dont know how they will have to proceed with the compa ny at the east who have contracted to build Tlit change in the route would the road of cotute vitiate the present contract and whether they could tecuio one as liberal is altogether problematical Hut that is nei llior lioic nor here The first and most important item Hewleyville has to faccit the making good the 11000 deficit that a dellection lo her doors will produce tbnt is if sho will condescend to allow the road to couio to Clovorport If she insists on sacrificing Cloverport to Ilardinsburg then she must plank down 91000 te comoin Meetings wont do on the blind speeches wont do rctolutiont wont do communications deriding Cloverport Hran- denburg and Stephcusport wont do noth ing but tho money the hard cash will do This is business Tho railroad means business And business is business nay ll tiny Wislsril II fit llioMlieili into llie Century llllor 1 Wssy onWi J tu nt winxEstKY minuvnv 1 PonTSMoiTli 0 The Ohio and Scioto rivtrt came together in Market street at llondme the whole oflht west mitlAifilit end lif the city Tha water hat fallen eight inches since midnight and continues 1 h wtatber has all lie ap to fall slowly pearance ol another rain No attempt is made lo do business and nil attention is Ser given to the relief of ilia distressed eial houses in the upocr part of the city have been swept away The Scioto Valley railroad is running a boat several miles up the Scioto river to connect with trains Cincinnati The river at 11 oclock is lirtf four fet eleven inches and rising slowly It will certainly reach sixty livo teet before it begins to fall The water- Â¬ works engines are all Idle and the water in tho restrtoir is enough lor six days The police report no Increase of crime con sequent upon tho lack of gat last nlgbl A brick dwelling house do Oenler street ills Xo lires were reported fell this morning lost Much sickueM it found among ihe imprisoned people in tenement houses ltelief boats arc busy vitiiing all such places and ample means are at haad to prevent suffering A shacking disaster is reported by tele- ho ne from the western pari ef the city ft is said that both the freight and passen ger depots of the Cincinnati Southern rail toad were undermined and fell into the surrounding water aarrying with them a The depots hundred or more people were one story frame structures resting on the McLean avenue fill which was almost On both sidet of the covered br water fill the water it thirty lo fiftr feet deep The earth hat become so toaked as lo melt and the catastrophe was further has tened br the breaking of a sewer which Crowds of sent a current along the bank people have been in that vicinity looking at the floods and it it tuppottd thcto are Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ runs trains reaving rote the slock jaids tion of the premises LotiisvtliB The river at 1 p m to day station This outlet it also accessible by Wabash and Haltlmore reached the highest point II teet 0 inches the Cincinnati trains and they may enter and depart that and it is expected lo continue rising slow ly until night The backwater at Wash wav Maihbox Inu The river It rising nno ington street last night doodad the basement of the Gait Haute and the rear rooms and one half inches per hour Milton Ky The of the baieincnt were submerged opposite Madison It cnmplelnlr submeiged waler was tevernl feet deep in the new not a house being exempt from ihe orcrlluw The flood Largo cablos are being used to ancner tun Short Lino patsenger depot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sermons at the suggestion of Young Worn cne Union oil the Sunday bolnre Cbritttma Mine the victimt The time of the Huiinett it neglected chamber of commerce it devoted to rcceiv ing subscriptions to the relief fund Large amounts are subscribed the names ami amounts being announced by the superin- Â¬ tendent Â¬ Â¬ buildings The water Is lo the second lloor Fulton the rasltrn of many dwellings suburb of this city hot Been abandoned All the front and cxiremo western section The back of tho city are aso abandoned waler and Crooked creek have Inundated the city on tho north side and Springdule cemctary it partially eovcred wilh waler It has rained hard until thn present hour More raJn will cause since last night Crooked creek to daluge Walnut sireet and Iho Hornet a largo part of the town came up from CarroHton this morning for food for the suffering the provislonslii the stores there are exhausted Tho Western Hotel is deserted it being considered dangerous for people lo remain in the second floor People on Wnlnut ttreetate pre paring to move out Cakkoiiton Ky The water at thit place it about six Inches higher then the high water of 1812 and 117 Thai part of tho town next tho Kentucky river Is all under water which extends back nearly In many places yon can three squares just see the roofs of iho houses The people all have moved out nnd the flooded terriShould the wind tory looks inott desolate rite great destruction would cerlninly be All the business houses on iho result Main ttrcet next the river are filling with Holh tho Ohio waler in the basements and Kentucky rivers are rising rapidly and busiuoss is very dull LotlsviME The river continues to rise and the destruction that is being caused by ihe flood is simply terrible Jhcrisc of as it were 1832 has been totally eclipsed lor the marks which noted the high water of that year have been entirely submerged and this morning will bo covercd by about It is impossible thirteen inches of water lo imagine iho amount of damage nnd suffering causod by tho Hood and what makes it still worse it tho fact that no reckoning can be mada at to when the water will begin to recede The touthwestern portion of Portland it in imminent danger of being swepta away by tho swift current which is finding its Many families way down Rudd avenue in that dittrict have left their houses nnd furniture lo their fato and sought snftr At i oclock last night the quarters streets of Portland were alive with pcoplo who we rendered homeless in the touthwet lern portion of that suburb by tho continued rite yesterday The bonded warehoures of Mattingly k Sons distilleries in Shippingport and Port- Â¬ land are both way under tvater At thp lower distillery the damage to whisky and grain that could not be removed in lime will be about 10000 Tho slock pens connected wili the establishment nte entirely submerged The proprietors was taught n lesson by last J cars Hood and took tho precaution to remove ihe cattle from the pens Hundreds before tho water reachrd them of cattle are now huddled together in the yards south of the pens Speeds cement mill is almost Ilyrne 1 he bank of the caentirely out of sight nal just below Eighteenth street began to give way yesterday morning nnd n force of men wero put to work to prevent nny further breakage The KenltickT Holiing mill is way under writer and the damage to machinery will The amount to scleral ihoitaand dollar water is running over tbo ground floor of Longs pipe laundry and the injury that will be done to tbo flasks will bo considerable The Gait Houso collar is beginning All the houses along ilh water to fill the river front ure in danger of caving in and last night most of the occupants ware taken out On First ttreot the water was backed up over tho railroad flooding both freight and passenger depots and cutting olf ull access to the feny dock by foot The houses on thp south a de of Washington stieet from Hrook to PrCston nre threatened nnd many have water in the cellars I ho and soiiie even on the first floor southern yard of tho gas house is in water but before the tnnksi nro reached and the woik it interfered nith there will have to be a rise ol four feel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ has flopped the machinery In the waterworks In the pumping station a milo alioc tho cul olT jctenlsy nt H n m the vater roso so high that the fires anther thn boilers were mil out and ihe engine stopped There is no danger of n water fain fnr as ihero it twenty days supply in the Fifteen houses Crescent Hill reservoir on the Point floated away and over the nils yesterday and more will probably follow It It estimated that the lots in iho three falls cities Louisville Jefferson villa and New Albany will reach 1000 000 This city Itselfwill lose heavily Irnm Ten thous damage to streets and sewers and persons are driven from their homes in the three cities some of whom lose thoir These people rephouses and furnituro resent about 2000 families and a loss of 250 forcsch family a small estimate will swell thn individual lostet to half a million Then the damage to the lumber interests alone will reach 70000 nnd the losses to factories mills foundries and railroads will bring the grand total up into the milJ here is already much sickness lions among the tuQcrert Health Officer Montgomery says it it nothing now compared lo what it will be In n lew dayt A sanitary commisrion will le formed at once and madical station fixed in various pertions of the ciy where medicine and the attendance of physiciamwill be afford ed free Contributions in aid of the snffcr ers here have reached up to date 20000 Assistance is coming in from outside places but Louisville while thankful feels able to laku care of her citizens At New Albany the river roe 5 inches lsst night and was rising this morning half an inch an hour One hundred houses have gone down There are 5000 people homeless 1200 houses having been wash ed away Ihe loss is over 1000000 If the threatened wind and rain should come the damage will be groater The distress is very great nnd cannot be overestimated but there has been so loss of life The wnler is now nearly three feet above the famous flood of 18112 Immediate relief is called for Jeffersonvillo is almost entirely submerged Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ hr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In Â¬ disposed lo draw back nnd give up the- pn Let them do so lam lerpriscnltcgethrr peisunded thcr will bo no dillitully in find- Â¬ ing others lo lake their jince Indeed I it in authorized by one of fie mopt influ n linl railroad magnates in the west topledge the building of the road whenever it can bo shown there is six per cent interot in the investment Tho cdtor of Tub Hukcken uiduk Newh in n Into article n sorled that yon hud Falhfied tho suidiento on this point ns loyour ionic and of course there If yours can be no difficulty ns lo ours will yield aix per cent ourought and will yield ns much or more TJjo distance is less obstacles fewer and country muth bolter through which it would pass We hnvo Arranged for n But enough series ol meetings at Boivleyile Hayaville and wo will bo Meadvillo Garrett etc plcnsod to see you und uny of sour friends Lot Cloverport tbnt inny wish to come JUNIUY FHIllOAHY 18 take llhrdlnsburg by iho wny Iho lion The liver wat falling steadily from Pitts thus lio down with the lamb and let both buigh lo the mnulli All the damago ban coino up to ono of our grand po vwows been d me and nothing is lofl but for the nud let us all put our heads together In tho penplo lo go to work cleaning up and re- interests of n route ndvantugcous to nil pairing as soon at the water crawls inside alike and most oligihlo for Ihe proposed I remain the bnnks cry L St L and T H 11 J M Tyiunos truly etc 1 Mauietta Ohio It rained her all night and al the headwaters of the Muskingum The waler is now creeping over Fiont street and everything indicates that we will have higher water than the flood of last week Cincinnati The danger is not yet over nnd tha trouble if there be any will occur from the receding or the falling of the I his is more especially felt on waters the liver front between tho mnrine dry suspension docks and the Covington sheds bridge Along this line lumber and other floating property was carried away If the fall should continue as it started yesterday it is thought Second stieet will be open for pedestrians to day Throughout Ihe lower region particularly below ihe old Whitewater canal bed the L C A L railroad track everything is as yet submerged LAwrKscEHcno Isn The water is re ceding very satibf iclorily nnd thepeople are mora hopeful nnd in be tor spirits r ly Trose who have lost lhair all Many look disconsolate enoagh families will have no bourns at all to go to and some few have lost not only their A few bomrs but all that was in them have absolutely nothing not oven a change of clothing so quickly were they hurried from their houses when the levee broke With ihe falling of the last Friday nighl of the houses are water the foundation giving away nnd it is difficult to predict what the result will be People ae still leaving town nnd some think that fully one half of the population have gone There it still about threo feet of nater on the highest street The more the water falls the more desolate the town looks Louisvimk At 10 oclock to night the gunge markrd forty one feet eighl inches a decline of three feet and still fulling at the rate of half an inch per hour To day tho wind played havoc on the wharf tear ing away lelegiaph and telephone poles bunting in the doors which wore left locked turning sheds and frame structures up side down and doing a great deal moie damage than the water would have done There is some sickness in ihe innndaeJ disirics but no indication that it wilj become general while the health authorities are convinced that no epidemic can follow the flood Tiis cold weather it gratifying to the people as it is likely to cause the The prospect is river to recede faster that steamboats will land at the wharf by the lait of the month if it continues falling as it is to day The Point is overrun with pirates He tween the cnt off fill and Jackson street there are several hundred hoiuep that have and these pirates ate been abandoned floating around pillaging these houses and moving whatever they can carry an ay These thieves are doing a good dealof mean work and an extra number of police Tha in tha Hondo dislriets is demanded sireett are again dark tn nighl and no gat Coal oil lamps is being used anywhere and candles and electric lights illuminate the city Many people spent a Nkw Ammny night on account of the high fleeples winds seet nnd rain which prevailed ty d night Tho high winds lashed the waves to fury rolling them against the buildings and in many instances loosening them Lsst night thorn from their found lions nsa decline of two inches and during ths afternoon four inches more It is now hoped lhal the fall will be rapid Â¬ gene-alhow-e-e- satluday FEimuAnY 17 Â¬ Thar lloo Is came nnd benl upon nificance this grand superstructure nf her fully and lo I it Is fallen And great hns been the tall thereof What neither the persuasiveness of our eloquence nor tho stubborn logic of Incts and figures could accomplish has been fearfully enforced by ihe logic of tho flood What Hlticherwat to Wellington It hns been to tho back route while loscm it has proven an overwhelming Waterloo It hns demonstrated beyond n peradvciiture iho utter impracticability of your route and forced you lo consider the claims of Indeed in my estimation it has ours forced jou lo the nlicrnntue of the back route or no route nt nil More than two thirds of tho river route as snrvoyed has been submcrgd many fathoms deep bencnlh tha deluge of twitcrs and it is no exagger Â¬ ation lo fny n first clnss steamer might Oh I have been floated over it nnywhere but say its partlsnns theso occurrences nre infrequent come only at such long inttr vnls they do not amount to much For the sake of nrgument we may grant their infrebut docs not the very fnct of their quent piyfsib lity at nny timo completely invalid Hut nro thty so infreate it as n route quent as you Would have us suppose They came in IBVl and in 1817 almost as disas trously as now and in iho itierim between these periods though lets seriously ns often as nnco or twice in n decade Only venr before last they were so high ns to flood the track of the C and O H H at a point just nbovo the mouth of Salt river nnd obs ruct irnvcl for several days And aro these more fiequont periodical freshets as harmless nnd insignificant ns one might suppose Between Wett Point nnd Hrandcnburgihcie aro threo vory serious nt best and between Stephensport and Cloverport fivo or sx more Thoe between West Point nnd Brandenburg Doe Hun Otter and the bottom just below West Point mc subject to pcrious overflow nt almost any stage of high water and are therefore to say the least of it undesirable if not im practibnblc for the construction of bridges and trestles over which heavy trains mint pass Another very serious feature about that nt the mouth of Otter I am reliably informed is tbnt there is no bottom there The alluvial deposit where the road would cross in more than a mile in width and is tha accumulation of ages It is true an ariifieinl f mndution might ba had by iriking hcny timbers down below tho bed of the river but who has the money to ex pend on sueh nn undeitaking And espec ially when here so niuh nt I nnd lies nti- othor much better and in T ry respect more dcsrabe roire a route that has none of thetc aljcctionnblo features is shortey cheaper nnd more easy of contruction But 1 will not stop to enlarge on the advnn tages of our route They nro patent to j ou and every other well inlormcd person in the county and in n few dtj a more will be demonstrated by actual survey Now my dear sir wp Inn o no disposition to nntagonizu the interests tlio trucinier nts of your village ns wo hao no disposition to exult over jourdisenmfituro but we do want to bo benefitted just a little us well as yourselves a great deul by the construction of the propo cd ruad Allwenskis ihat our claim havo duo consideration Wo aro quite ready to coop given ihem eiato with jou in nn illbrt to peenre a road along the bent mule no mutter where that may be but ijisist thut our clnims be duly weighed with any other Wo havo agreed among ourselves un here to survey a compromise route nud have already laUid the necessary funds for the purpose The route as indicated in the subscription is to start from some point between Sttth Moreincns on the Ohio river nnd Tip Top station on the C ntid O II it and run thence to Hew Â¬ leyville or within four miles north ihencc to or within one mile noith of llio corporate Surelimits of tlardinsburg to Cloverport ly you can find n toute to suit you some Let ihe where within this broad boundary dead past of the river i onto bury ils dead come up and let us show you u better av Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cro-sinÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lkfcii Irot Y W C U An Open lollar In lion II t 1ierrr Irmlitnil ot Hie 1 hi 1 unit X liiillwuy Hiwihyvimk Ky Fid 21 Dear Sn Your ilforts In hi half of tho rler lonle of the l misrillc St Louis am Texas Hall way havo been truly heroic nnd in n bet tor caiiBCVouM hap deserted success Hut ilicy wore minted from the snv first by nintivis of tho pnrct nnd mopt unreason able scliisliness ami havo net Ucicrvcu to succeed It was Clove port first last and all tin- - lime and Cloverport nt the cxpeurc ol any nnd every body else The litllo il Ingeroii either side of Clover Creek imag Â¬ ined herself grown to the height of another Colosms bestriding her Hellespont nnJ Tho ability tn ei rn this salary can bo rcsJIly must needs ovcnhndov all the earth be Â¬ side Hut alael her overmuch importance thoroughly nnd elTecttully acquired by any Iihs been ricked n with the point of n person of tncIlnir 7 Intelllgmee In from two to sharp instrument and lul the former insig- three months of practice Have you heard ef J A 1 Â¬ Â¬ 200 TO A MTH 500 for you Â¬ tho new White system of And Iho cnnJtrful Taolllty wilh which It can Do you know that Experienced be acquired Stenographers In any and all of our targe cities hare an Inonmo to ilav willcM hi abiolult indt- pnultnctt Do not fill to write as I We have successfully established a method of LESSONS BY MAIL Wherehy the art can be learned In its entirety In a very short time This system is acknowl Â¬ edged to possess advantages which have long slnca placed it In the Foremost Hunks and ttt stands to day with thoto ttlio have solved tks wonderful mysteries of tho Art WITHOUT COMPETITION If you ore smsrt and onergetto and possessed of a leasiiiiiible degree of mental ability you nre Just Iho nno to insko your way In a short tlmo to tho front ranks of the Verbatim Army Write us for circulars explaining wur this sys- Â¬ tem it tho most readily maitorecl and the short Â¬ est known to the Stenographic World Address AMERICAN PHONETIC INSTITUTE 23 Wavcrly Place New York City X N JTHrVElt malinger iV THE NORMAN STALLION t t HERCULES 2nd 1883 Weight 1550 lbswill stand tho cntlreyear nt the stablos or K Ogleiby ono half mllo Ky west of Cloverport Hercules ts hnnds high iron gray large flat bono heavily muscled well proportioned body beautiful hoad and neck and fine style and action 16 Â¬ iiscniiTiox wastbrce years old last August 20 will bo charged of which 5 cash is ser Â¬ vice money and 15 insurance In bo paid wheu tho mure is knonn to bo in foal 15 cash by Ihe reason and VI 0 cash for the single leap Parting with the mare before she it known to be in fuiil ill forfeit the insurance money Csro will bo taken to prevent accidents but wo will not bo rcpponsiblo should any occur You nre cordially Invited tocall nnd examine our horso beforo selecting another to breed from There is no other breed of horses so well adapt- Â¬ ed tu tho wants of our farmers or on which wo can so surely depend for improvement In tho character and form of our mongrel breeds terms t 4 J 1 IltOlMtlKTOItS O STarnsNS Holts Ky IIahbletox Holts Ky Thomas Ibsiaxkd Hancock Co Ky EOiilchbt Manager Clorerport Ky Marcs from a distanco fed or grazed for a rea Â¬ sonable price Xo tesponilbillty for arcidents or escapes K OGLESBY T intimated that the syndicate of cap italists who cio to hnvo advanced tho funds f r the read nri now sneo I lit- - flood It is Â¬ ns usKnra 3t nkatamM sfr ptg 0 BIKOUr tk CO Hsmiisseimsssim to 1I who 0t4 lw An ncrru m4 KsfltU mmrM rmizvzcf2z mm DUr EMvJJkJLa wltlrout ordtxtaar - ItccuUlu i iapagen oouuiimiraunna prior sccuto- descriptions and valuable direction for planHncr IMO TarioUen nf VcmUbla and Flower Btl rluita Fruit Trees f to invalusblo to all topee lolly to Market Oirdcnon fiend for it I D yi FERRY CO DETROIT MlOH Will ba mil tnniAri - nf immt r rTuous t nxg JWUUtU a io pus aprnoams nup tn an -- trniy 7A aQ -- s 250 ltei WILL BUY THE n7 BIG SPRING A Â¬ AMD Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LkitchfikiI Ky Nov 15 1882 In very interesting meeting is in proDear Sin Please send gress here The members seom lo he W H Whitk I hnve never warm and in working order Kavs Peters mo It dozen Lung Balsnm given the satisDempsey and Cundiff have aroused some sold uny medicine that has of us poor sinners already from our fearful faction fnr wlint it proponed lo cure us to state of ainfiilnett They are pleasant Whitoa Lung Baltnm WYoursWoilTIIAU V and forcible speakers and well calculated to interest an audience Clnys furry near Loxlncton Mr O Work is being rapidly doae on tho large C At Bains lost 50 00 bushels of coal by tLo We learn it will bo in run flouring mill lloo 1 ning order by the lit of May lly asking loo much we niny lose tho Hardin or Holts Hot torn it Hits Forrie Kidney Wort littles that wo had boforo visiting Miss Sail e Mcador Mr Henry Cox is not going to move naks nothing but a fair trial This given He it here for it fears no loss of faith in its virtues A ba k to Hewleyville For thirty awhile nnd dont you Hawleyvlllnlnt for- lady writes from Oregon years I lmve been afflicted with kidney get it complaints Twopackngesof Kidney Wort Mr C W Kasey hat purchated a black tho medmo more migrated last havo dono doctors I good than nilbefore I smith thop at Hotctta lie havo had icine und week buliovo it is n sura cure Mitt Kula Ilerr Is on a four weeks visit of Hock Vale to Miss Lillie Hubertson Daisy Dkank Shoot it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II Olvoa tlilvorniil tJutlifactloii Weekly Courier- - Jourad For one year pottage paid No fatally iu lirockonridge oounty can be supremely bappy without them J D IMBBAaF Address 3J Wall St Cloven ort Ky Master Commissioners Notice HakCKEKUlDO ClRCIIT CoUKT Â¬ J ofL 1 Whently All persons having clalais against tha estato aro hereby no Â¬ of L J Wheatly dioensed tified to produce their i Ulins properly proi en Commissioner on or before tho undersigned beforo the first Monday in March neit under my hand as Commissioner of laid liven coutt this 1st day of February 1883 V U 11ABIIAUE MCBOC against Tho Children and Heirs LLWhcallcys Adinr I rUlnlltT f Defendants New Advertisements E GREGORY 5 tO Snxsos Jc 20wVrtnV Co Â¬ Â¬ it 1 rri t 1 I II Notice to JtliiilatiirN At the last meeting of tho Young Wom B H ens Christian Temperance Longueof Lou isville it was resolved that all thn ministers jo the state out of Louisville bo requested ADVERTISING COMMISSION AGENT to preach tempcranco sermons on the first they bo further Suudiy In April and that KY nKU to report compliance win m ru Will hay and soil on oorumisslon collect bills quest al an early ilate to Miss unraw neat dlslribulo circulars eta at reasonable rales 410 cnrrHiiwnuing secrmary lu2i Sovonth tt Louisville Ky Kft 1ayt for THIS IMIBR ono Yr raluisturi of tbo metropolis preached iUUi TJi ents for 0 months tie for 4 laoi Â¬ Portland Maine Stt etabilhad 1840 CMSS4UTM TNI oviuiout BRADFORD P0RTAILE MILL CMIWHUTJkllt ruiCK aiuiiuntamV a t SmtlpUie n Iu Addreu pUSnlr jiiusu Vl THMIRJetrfmiMi niisusw eMei Z viNcmATite gssssssssHissssssHsMskasBHLEsss 1b1b1b1b1b iVMPMBii J Sleepless nights ninde mlsrrnlile by Ihnt SMIoh Curo Is the remedy terrible coujth - 3 for you Sold by A II KishrrCloverpari SE- - sr and Beard It Beoler Hardlnsburg PKIIRUAHY28 1BH3 WMDNKSDAY The bridges between this city nnd Holts Traveling Agent Bottom are all in prelly good condition HtwltgtUk it our exrept the one ovor Town creek which Mr L A Fnote of reguhirly authorized Traveling Agent and will have to be replaced by a new ono jurrenpondent Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver ConitiliiititT Shilos Vituliwrisguainntecd JLinitHONVl to curo you Sold by A U Lislicr Closer nml Beard it Heeler IlHidlnsburg Mr DurtJ Folrlstgb of Brandenburg It In port to tin Smith it Beard will resume cirrying thr mail between lUrdinsburg and Leilchfluld MIm Annie Witt In visiting licr aunt Mrs J They will alio carry passen to morrow A Witt nt Hardlnsburg ger between the two places at reasonable Jeo Oncn left for Krnnsrlllo pwndav wlicro rates lis will enter tLe business college The water was over two feet deep oil the Murray Ilcreo la at St Joseph Infirmary ireond floor of Mr John Bennetts dwell luulsvllle nnJ ti gcttlns along rery well Hi daughter ing house in Stcphensport Unr Mrsir H V Itonrd nml Con Miss Lee camo very near losing her dlnsburg went to Ioufsrlllo MoniUy nlgtit piano MrVlllielteoHwlfoandststerMlss Blanche The boys tell a good joke on Frank wore tbo guests of Mrs Owon Haiti last week Fralr0 They aay that just before the wns wator camo up ho put allhis clerks nnd Mr Vt B Jabbcrt of Buulh Carrollton tilting lila ancle Mr 0 DToniple hit week porters to work calking his cellar to keep Ir Jeffreys nd daughter Mils Iuln were the water out In town Monday tho guests or Mn Dr White Cntnrrh Cured health nnd sweet brenth rice Mrr J n Blmoni hu been quite III for the secured by Shilo a Cntnrrh Remedy Nnsnl Injector free Sold by A threo weeks mil is stilt confined to her 60 ceriti Beo- Â¬ It Fisher Clovcrporl and Beard and bed ler Hardlnsburg Miss Nannto Jolly of Hardlnsburg wn down M Wedding will make application to list week rlomlng the big rim and the rail- Â¬ road the board of trustees nt its next meeting He proposes to open lor a snloon license Mrs J A Witt and Mines Adelleand Mln Bab nlo Smith of Hardlnsburg were In town last In tho houe now occupied by C 1 bsge ou Wall street week To night thn new skating rink at Fib Utile Miss Nora Smith of Hardlniburg caino down with her undo Roland and ipent a ers Uall will bo opened in grand style und In town last week dny an Invitation in extended forcvory body to Skaters will be charged 25 cents Her H T rampton niter two weeks deten Â¬ come and spectator 10 cents admission tion In this elty by the flood got off for home Sunday on the Grey Eagle Farmers and others desiring a genteel Mr Creod Taylor an old eltlten of this city luurntlve agency business by which 5 to KrnnsTllIe Ind Is hero on a vlrlt tut now of 20 a day can be enrned send nddress at to his sliton Mesdames Harris and Kuscy once on pnstnl to II C Wiikinhiin k Co 195 and 197 Fulton Street New York Mr 1 W Horl nnd wlfoiof California ar rlred on the packot yesterday to rhlt his sis Way man Furrow wss engaged all day Win Stills ters Mrs KllJaU Hoard itnJ Mrs Saturday cleaning tho mud off tho iron of lUrdinsburg bridee which shows up in good condition Mr Hlon Jolly- - of Hardlnsburg passed after two week submerging The All nt through town Monday enrouto to Bernard Ky the west end settled considerably but can to enter upon duty as storekeeper at one of the be made all right with a few loads of dirt distilleries there Shilos Vitalizcr is what you need for Mr J If Ij Moorman and wlfo retumod Mrs Moorman has Constitation Loss of Appetite Dlzjiness from Louisrllle Sunday Price 10 bsen thero under treatment for tumor In the and all symptoms of Dyspepsia Sold by A It nnd 75 cents per bottle breast and comes home much Improved Bcelcr Fisher Ciovcrport and Beard Capt A Montgomery of Covington and Mr Hardlnsburg Cincinnati were hero last Heiiiy DeUus of We regret to learn that Mr Alf Robard We arc under obligations to the latter week for the first Cincinnati nnd Louisrllle papers wo a wealthy old bachelor farmer ol this counlind received fur n week ty living on the Cloverport and Hardlnsof tho President Plerco camo down Sunday and re burg pike a mile and a half west turned to Louisville Monday night In order to latter place is hopelessW ill A day or nut matters In shlpshspo for the lurrender of two ago bo professed religion and made the railroad Into tho hands of the syndicate his will who will take charge next Friday The plntform in front of Mr Coopers The following parens from Hardlniburg wore blacksmith shop gave way Sunday eventhe ing and precipitated two little boys Gid In town lait week taking In the sfghts of flood Judgo Mercer and son Cladc Percy M Coopernnd Charlie May who were playing nnd Chas L Heard Coleman K Hniwell Joe on it into the creek They caught on to U Cox J II Gardiner T A MeOlll jr J as some timbers and pulled themselves out O llaswell and ion Johnnie and Lonnio Smith after a good ducking mm cTjTu k e v i Tho bottom between this city and Steph ensrort sustained very little damage from the flood 8ome fencing wa washed away The rink openi to niglif But but nn stock or building of any kind are plowing for oats Farmers one dwelling houso was flooded that of That people justly Mr Reuben Reynolds Two cent postage after July Itt enntider themselves fortunate in compan Caramel at Babbnte Kmpsoni ion wilh the experience of other communi13 for free ferriage The town paid ties along the river MMffinaMMTCa --tJ wravF-ii i KIlll 4 L u ud vtmestt JliJJMtoMMIWi it k JMrMti d RECKENRIDGE NEWS Â¬ r 7 - He mer and knows nothing of mining dollars has been offered fifty thousand It would cash for his mine hut deems that be more profitable to sell or lease mining rights Any one interested or desiring lo embark in silver mining can seo speci mens at this office ol tho quartz nnd ore or can place themselves in communication with Dr Whitingliill whose posl ofllce address is White Run Ohio county Ken- Â¬ tucky Â¬ Â¬ a- Elicahethtnnn and Paducah road The quarlr and ore oompiro favorably with our specimens from several of the richest It has been assay mines lu New Mexico ed and found to In exceedingly rich In tho Whltlnghlll is a farDr precious inclnl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ltuyof pit fc J nil mi Some poet linn mild thnt Alt torment of the iliimncd wo find in only llu p Oh Jcnl This is miy thou ijrnnt of tho mind grandly sweeping nnd ningnlficonlly lime Any anflurcr fmtti indlgrstimi citrate knows to tho contrary Iniligestintl the vl II u1 it of tho tiugcdy pluycd nmmig the gastric juices of the stiiinnili nn nnd does double discount the horrors ol jcnlouay Jcnlousy is often nn nttendnnt upon the hitler nml when Indigestion is removed this jnunditcd companion of n dernnged liver ilics TMtAXlNK is tho hot known remedy extant for Impaired digestion dcrnngi d liv er nnd disonsna nf the bowels and klOneys- For sitlo by A It Fisher Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE Still it rains The first term of school closes next Friday Chas Drury wai in Louisville last week well well tell you tho rest next and week after its all over The railroad meeting at this place was slimly attended on account of the inclemency of the weather Mrs Jnn Kascy of this place who was quite ill some days ago is convalescent Mrs Clarkson residing with her Mr John Cox received some very se- Â¬ rious injuries during the sleet from a fall Wc are glad to state however that she is improving Mr Thos P Hsrdaway had been summoned on the grand jury of the U S court and will leave for Louisville Monday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ u Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it rs re Â¬ Â¬ There were three dtathi in town last week tricts It is a muddy time in the flooded dis- Â¬ Last Wednesday afternoon as Charles Wesley Miller a colored farmer living just above town and his wife were in a field pulling up cornstalks preparatory to The new nickel has not pearance heie rot made its ap- Â¬ m Jr lA Cincinnati under water Mr Pierco went from Uniontown to Lou- Â¬ Good butter is vert scarce and is taken isville on the top of the late rise and had nn eicellentopportunity of noting tho stage freely at To cents per pound He says this rise will prove of of wator Angus Purtenheimcr has gono to Hat great benefit to the company in constructdinsburg to open his tin shop ing the railroad fur w hilo the line at the Mr V h Temple has left the lower ho elealion contemplated would hnva been in several places Irotn three to live feet untel property and moved to Pellville easily be thrown that much Shifohn Cure will Immediately relieve der water itenn trifling additionnl expense higher nnd with Group Whooping Cough and Bronchitis except at West Point where for several It is said that red headed girls are hih milesMho approach to Salt river will necessitate heavy expense but the detention nnd tempered warm hearttd and cold feetcd inconvenience of running train as recentCourier Journals dated February 17 ly experienced on thorond now passing that reached here last Sunday tho 25th instant point will be entirely aoided The Womans Missionary Society meets John Austin a young colored man em- Â¬ at tho parsonage this evening at 3 o clock ployed to build Gres in tho N tva oflice undertook to accelerate matters witbtho Attend the prayer meeting at the Elm stove by pouring benzine on the ignited Methodist church to morrow night street kindling Of course there was nn explosThe can was bunted to pieces and A rivet bottom farm is a mighty nice ion inflammable the floor thing to have so long as it doosut overflow thethe immediate material covered store with vicinity of the in Inrtunately Forrie For tho benefit of tho Pinchecoe boys a carpet of flame wo will say that tbo calaboose is still stand Wilkrson and Charlie Babhage who were in the tore in front heard the noise of tbo ing discovered the flames in son of explosion and Little Frank a time to rush in and extinguish them beforo died last Wednes Mr John U McOavock Luckily theie they could do any damage day wns but a small quantity of benzine in the Â¬ can or we would have bscn minus an ofMr W II Corloy whq got his leg brok en seveval weeks ago is getting along fice and the republican party robbed of a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ seven-year-ol- d Â¬ Read Eddie Gregorys advertisement in another column Jack Matlinjlv Killed two wild turkey Cobblers last week A son wns born to Mr Geo C Youncer Tuesday of last week Try the Snilot Knot chewing tobacco Fur sale nt Habbagoa Tho election for town trustees occurs next Monday Mareh 5 Moit of tho flooded tobacco warehouses resumed work Monday Thero were seven hundred squares in plowing the former suddenly fell to the ground His wife ran to him but when The cause she reached him ha was dead of this swift decease was heart disease well behaved Miller was an industrious man who was setting a most excellent example to his race Meisrs W A Bates and Henry Kneck who left this county about Cjiristmns on a prospecting visit to Musomi en me very near losing their lives in tho northweitern part of the sinte They were traveling in a two horse carrynll that did duty as n stnge and had to cross the Osage river The driver mised the furd nnd got into deep wnter Stage horses passengers and nil went down nnd it was with gicnt difficulty ihnt they managed lo escape drowning All of their baggage was lost Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ well Waldo Simons not again occupy his flooded dwelling in that village Stuart a little son of HonDR Murray died at bis fathers home in Coloradoon February 25 There were exported from this country during tho month of January 69811077 sliels of wheat Tho OConnell Bros have a raft of 600 logs in tho mouth of Clover Creek ready for the lower coast The Grey Eagle paised down Sunday morning being the first packet from Louisville in two weeks Mrs Lon Holmes widow aged 55 years died at her residence in this city last i ri day of heart disease Tbos Ryan it Son say they are damaged much more by the flood than they expect ed Their loss will not be less than 200 Mr Â¬ of Tobinsport will Â¬ Ltf 7 4 At 10 oclock a m on the 22nd the river was exactly at tho point it was at ihnt hour on the same day last year when U was at the highest School commissioner Judge Board was making his visits to the schools In this sec tion last woek Ho reports them In good working order died at Mrs Malvlna Cunningham Kluabelhtown last Friday She was a most excellent lady and sister to Dr T N Warfield of this city Mr A It Fisher had his pavement In front of his drug aore repaired Monday The old pavoment had settled about a foot caused by tho high water Mr Virgo Hardin of Unit lost by lha flood about ono hundred bushel ol corn Judge W D itnd considerable fencing Holt Is a heavy loser of lancing Â¬ voter Tho flood strewed tho banks of the river hereabouts with a species of beetle hitherto unknown In these rcto is It is two inches in length one inch broad and body three quarters of an inch thick It head is armed with two horns or pincers that spring from the Orel end and chin instead of tho cheeks lilco the ordinary pinch beetle The upper pincer I straight with a slight down ward curvature at the point while the under ono curves upward something In the shape of a roaplng hook Tho head and body is covered with Ihlch shell like mail of a smoky gray color faintly tinged with green tho back being thickly motilrd with Its eyes nr in the ends of two black short blnck horns that emerge freni the under bast of the upper pincer It is a venomous looking insect Mr Harry Lnyof Slophonsport tell a good on on Binn Jolly ol Uardinsburg who was ono of the famous marking committee sent out during tho recent flood by tho anti railroaders at lUrdinsburg It appears that Mr Jolly in pursuance of tho dutr Imposed upon him by that meeting proceeded to Slophonsport and paddled over tho bottom above town marking the height of tho water on tree nud everything vise upon which his hatchet could make an impresho ran Returning to Stonhensnort sion ahort of funds nnd went to Harry to borrow enough to bring him down to Clover port stating that ho ha 1 bean across tho Harry said ho bottom o fnspect a bridge didnt know until Jolly was gone what hi real business was or ho exclaimed with emphasis Id a seeu him danged beforo Id a let him had tho money Wo are Indebted to Mr Georgo Tlndoll far specimens of quarts and ore from tho receitW discovered sliver nine on tho farm of Dr K II Whltiimhlll who reslnV lour miles from Fergusons Station on the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Messrs Drury it Bennett have purchased about 0000 pounds of tobacco at prices ranging from 1 to 10 per hundred Mr Allan Simmons an old and highly respected citizen of this section residing near Haysiille died at his residence on He was Thursday night last of dropsy buried on Saturday at tbe Sand Hill Ilia wife is confined tober room with cancer and thought to be in a dangerous condition The Meade County News of last week contained an attack on Mr It M Jolly of this place which we consider entirely unIu the first called for and out of place place the writer whom w suppose to be the editor as it was unsignedindulges in some unbecoming lancunge whiebsmacked so strongly of profanity that it should bavt He also been excluded from Ins columns tried to be very funny but as yet we have failed to discover the slightest amount ol With people who fun in what he said have a keen and just appreciation of any production of this kind a small lump of ieavenetli the whole lump of profanity an article of the length of one just now under consideration and it has ill same effect on our intellectual stomach as a dose nf ipecac He has shown alio a remarkable deficiency in knowledge ns to the topo graphy of the country over which a road woId run if the back route were select cd The writer of this does not pretend to say that he it acquainted with the country through which it wnuldpass but he has taken it upon himself to inquire of men who do know and they are unanimous in the opinion that there would not be n tunnel We suppose tho writer has on the route seen a railroad possibly he has seen a lur nel but are inclined to think he is nut of his legitimate business when it comes to building railroads And then to speak of The the advantages of tbo riser roulo The writer had occaidea is preposterous sion to pans through soma of the country between Union Star and Brandenburg through which the road is to pass may be Passing along he found a man sitting by the roadside a glance nt him showed he He looked as if ho had was in distress usrd been beset by outlaws and terribly His clothes were torn and there wns up blood nn his face which was covered with Tho sympa scratches and bruised places thies of the wiiter weie nt once nroused nnd he at once inquired of him whatwns the matter Tho man hesitated as if he bated to reveal what was the misfortuno that had befallen him Presently ns if summoning up all his cotirnge to tho stick no in a feeble soice said ing place Looling up the wriLook up yonder ter saw at the height of about seventy five feet ii n old horse hanging in a treetop further up tbe hill Hbuut filtty feet was his It all became plow hung in another tree plain at once The farmer had fallen out of bis farm nnd was unable to get back This i the kind of country through which would pass the road by thnt route along the Again if so corlain thnt the route river is settled why attack this route by Bewley ville It shows bad taste for Brandenburg lo be gloating over tbe supposed victory she has obtained over n section of country which has made her all she is And lor Brandenburg suppose ihnt without the trade of the country bnck of her she could susA tain herself even if she had a railroad railroad at Brandenburg would do the peo The ple of this section no good whatever Bewleyville people still wan a road and are not opposed lo its running to Clovei but are port as some have supposed rather in favor of such a route They will however consult about such a route with Cloverport and not with Brandenburg Brandenburg if we rightly understand this matter has very little to say on tho subject She had best take off her peacock airs and remember that it is best not to whistle uutl wo aro out ol the woods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1I 10 mac mo i Why are they unwilling lo risk the courts of justice in this mutter Thero It ran not be must ho n cause for this that the peuplo of Kentucky hxvo nntutally a contempt lor law and deiire to break down nil loiprct for It and thwart tho ad minlitrnllun of justice through the courts nnd piopor channel The pcoplo of Ken tucky are no worio than other people There is not on the face of the globe a hoipitable kind hearted moro generous people than tho people of our own hived statu Ibcy are afraid that ll lelt to proper tribunal Iho crimlnnl will not receive justice It Is becoming a difficult mnltet to convict a mnu for murder in Kentucky Especially Is this the caie if the nccused Men be a man with high connections nrrnlgned fortilnl lo answer the charges of murder manslaughter nSd nil thst Jul cata logue of bloody crimes and upon some leclintralily are released to again imbrmi their hands with innocent blood It Is this looioncss which has tnude the pistol nr the knife the element which enters into almost oriry quarrel and has made the coroners office if not a lucrative one an indispensa ble one But sometimes men nro convicted of these crimes and it seems justice is lo be satisfied hut almost beforo the judgs has finished thn sentence a petition Is drawn up and sUned bv judge jury and lnwjcra that the poor fellow be prdoncd As a matter of course there are some few instances in which such action would be jus liable but likes angels visits are few and But it is hardly necessary far between now to ever circtilato a petition for pardon Our most excellent Lukein the magnanin i ty for which he is noted pardons nllwhnaik it and weeps that thero are not tnore to Here is whore the lespousibility patdon rests with the courts and nith flic govern or ol Kentucky whoso abuse of tho pnidon lug power has done moro to create lawless Â¬ ness and to lessen the respect for law than Thuy ate reall things else combjned sponsible fur the wide spread contempt for law which is calculated to almost put law They lessness and crime nt a premium but espccinlly the executive arc responsi ble for the condition of affairs whicha ren ders it necessary to call out the military A condition of affair which has cost the state 100000 more than would have been necessity had there been that confidence in com ti of justice thore should be and had they any assiirnnce that if convicted the sentence would go into effect They aro responsible for causing the fair name ol our state to bo sullied by the crimes that are yearly committed and that with impunity It is time this state of affairs To fill tho chair of chief should cease executive of this grand old commonwealth wc should elect a mnn who has brains as well as a heart Elect a man as governor who has some capacity as astatesman who has enough shrewdness and experience not to be the dupe of every demagogue who will fill the office wiih that dignity which it deserves who will rannagc the humane institutions nf the stats in such a way that they will fulfil the object for which they were intended and not be a diigiac to humanity who will not encourago vice and immorality by remitting fines of gnmblcrs and otherviolatnra of law who will do his sworn duly by executing the laws In short a man is wanted to take into the executive chair wisdom experience ability discretion and executive fitness such that law may become lo be sacred in the eyes of the people that violators of law may tremble and Returning justice lift aloft her scale our citizens warn own hands ir I New Advertisements NOTICE TO FARMERS Parties of whom I have nurchated Inhsreo aro hereby notified not tn deliver it until furthir notice from ino T N WAItlIKIll THE BEST WAGON ON WHEEL -- Â¬ tmmt JbVh leNbAvaM JKiJBtoa FISH SRQS 8 MJ And by rnnflnlnr ours clrei strictly to one class of iirki tir eraptojlnst noun tnt tho 1 1 It S I 4 ti In ir notli tne but riiiSTCIASri f V IMPItOVnI MAOIIINKIlY ami tVo Mlty IittSTuf sbL ITKI1 TiMnMt and by a TllUHuUrJll HA JWLliDUE of tbo business we bare Justly earne I tho repulnllon of making IS MANOKACTUItUD IIV ttlulLl HERE Farm Freight and rSpring Wagons THE BEST WACOM WHEELS AMlJ vr siakb nvanx VAnurrv ov U JJJ UW 3CJt With u full nnd complete stock of OM Usnnfsttnrcrs bare abolished tho warranty hot Agents my on their own responsibility giro Dry Goods Groceries Hats the follonln warranty wliU oath wspun If so agrcort nnd Caps Boots nnd We llrrrli Warrnut Iho HIHtt DUOS WAOON No to be woll tnidc In crcry psrlc ntarrndot pjiul material and thai tho stronpili of Ihe ssme Is snflkltnt for all work with fair Shoes llnrdwuro nnd ussjfe Should any breakayo occur wlihln onu year from this date by reason of defocttve maiertal or workmanship repairs for the sainowtll be furnished at placoof sale free of cbarire or tho Qtiecnswnre No- Â¬ prlceof said repairs as per scents prlco llt will bo raid lu cash by the purchaser producing a tions Sec samplo of ihe broken or detectlre psrt an evidence VE ARE AGAIN J frS t v7 N 0111 PRICES Aro guaranteed tho lowest always Call on me nnd jcc for yotir- self I mean business and want to sell my goods MY - Knowing can snlt you we solicit patromire from every section of tho United Statos for Mces and Terms and for a cony of TllK HACINI5 AQtllCUlTUiURT to Ben jCJ 7JOHNSON DOORS Visit BIIOS CO Ilaclne Wis Has just received and offers for sale SASH WINDOW GLASS c Â¬ Also Contractor and Builder Work done in modern style and on reason- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AXKINGHELQE COUNTRY PRODUCE able terms Â¬ GITY I will pay tho highest market pricu for all kind of country Produce in exchange for any thing in the goods line BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY - A FAHEEKBEBGalways on hand and perved in any stylo on short notice drop in and sec mu when vou come to Hardinstitirp AiKINGHELDE DONT YOU FORGET I Keeps constantly on hand Fresh Hread Cnkcs and a nice aort nient Cattdks Nuts Canned Goods Tobacco and Cigars Oranges Lem Â¬ ons und Domestic Fruits FBBSH OYSTERS Dont i fail to Â¬ Remember the place Dr Tay- Â¬ UARDINSBURG lors old stand ALBERT FAIIRENBERG KY J3VM atQseai M tfjt CURE OF mimm busks college LOUISVILLE KY PRACTICAL BOOK KEEPING SCHOOL OF STENOGRAPHY Text Boob Over 25 Years a mmwrnMihrn FOR THE PERMANENT IliXOTUS CONSTIPATION No other dlseua Is ao prevalsnt In this ooail try jj ComUpaUon aad no remedy hu aver a equalled lao eeioDreioa juaney wors aura Wbatovor tbo aitue however obstinate Uio ouo this rcmouyvnu overcome ll Tins very D3I BTQ oiint ladlJtrMilne to bea W act oomolleatodwlUiooastliiaUoa ZUdnoy Vort Utrairthenj Uio weakened rarU and Quickly euros all una oi jues oroawaca payucuoB and medinea nave oeroro cuioa iU nnr you havoeimcr or tncao troubles rDrucgl8ts Sol7 PRICE 91 Is three times the mnn he wns beforo ho 51 begun using Wells Health Hcncwcr Druggists Tli itt lluwtmiMt or lllno u Tho Itiillromt itlcetltiir nt Sloiliciin Editor Brcckenridgo At n rail mad meeting held nt Stephens port this county on Tuesday the 20ih instant James Cniwfnrd was elected chair man nnd T J Perkins soerelarr In a brief speech the chaimuu stnted the object o the meeting J I Brnsbcnr ol Clocrport was then callid upon lo exiduin thennturo of ihe income fvuulj and luinish information of the progress the rond has so nr made which he did in a very eloquent manner after which the citizens wcie cillcdupon to subsciibe to the bonds which they did without unr hesitancy about two thousand dollars being nssuiod leuing but one thouiand to mule up the proportion allotted to Stcphensport The chair thou appointed a committee to Per amass the town consisting nf kins L 11 Helm J T Hanks Dr C V Wedding nnd J C Brashenr and nnnthcr for Roberts Bottom consisting of L T KoberW US English and W It Brashoir We think thnt by to moirow night the full quota for Stephei sport will be sub Â¬ Â¬ lort Isows Practical Accountant USE Â¬ lj sued H ftQiT mCMTS S DoSOLLAR EHSTIDOKSEID BIT ALL THE LOUISVILLE WEAVER Send Stamps for CIroulars and Specimens or Penmanship Secretary BEN C Principal TJ Whites Li mmm RKVf VPBl WHOLESALE HATS p HO No 621 Main Street icribcd Piiooiu hs llougli on Coriik Ask for Wells Rough on Corns Quick complete permanent cure wuits bunion 15c Corns 1 fe3 ISAAC THOS BOOMER LEWIS CRAWFORD McCLARTY JOHN WLBER H A LOUISVILLE KY A combination of Pro toxltlaof Jront lrruvlan Hark and JLhoiphorua ii a valatable form lor Debility Zoss of trix- bit loxcerm The flood has cut off the gas supply at Majsvillo except in iho first ward The gas company his ghon warning that it is dangerous to light the burners Stimiimi irritation infliiinntion nil Kidcured by ney und Urinary Complaints 51 Buchu paibi Mr W T Sulzer nnd wilo arrived here on the pneket yestetday Culnrrh of the Uluriilur Â¬ All persons wishing to luat the merlin of n grent remedy ono thnt will positively cure Consumption Coughs Colds Arthmn Bronchitis or any nlfcction of tho Throat nnd Lungs nro requested to cull nt liny Drug Storo and gel h Tiinl Bottle of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption free of cost which will show you wlmturcg ulur dolhir HUO bottle will do Free of Coat COLDS KVV A I UOBBS Wrlt After n thorough trial of tho IHDfl TOmu I taico pleasure in statin wiat x uavo oeea BToatly boneatoa oy ita use ministers and iUD- ilo speakers will find It of the greatest value where a Tonio is nooaa ory I recommend It ns a reliable remedial airont possessing un doubted nutritive and restorative properties BS3 Â¬ f IL0QE fa moit excellent romedy fer TffE lTn-IJ-li DIIDiriCC w Jl tUelrottrallonof Mat it im tndlnenia aEVJLXOWNBB Tnrftifltrv Til the debilitated vital forces Loulmlk Ay Otl J m tmiXSS 87 IBS BR HARTEB MEDICINE CO 13 17 UiW ST CT L0W3 COUGHS Pete Miller went to Louisville yesterday with eight bond of fine beef cattle EDWARD WILDERS ASTHMA Xctct falls to cure Fevsr and Ags InUrmlHtnt Favsr Dumb Agus Dyiptpslt Uvsr Indigestion Colls and Flux It will Cute Cottiviness It Is a uio Antl bHIous Allsrsllx and Tonls amlld and DsligMful Imlgorssl or DsllosU Wsmsn a powerful roups taut alter tho lame hss been debUIUtod and reduced by sicknoa an txctllcnt appetiser glres tono to the dlgcstlro organs proreuts Mskrla braces up the system strengthens tho portal Tho altithteit circulation and cltais tho wholo animal economy Irom tho seeds ol dbeaso attack of fcrcr may be a prelude to tho worst and tho remedy that would eonquor It whilst It way be of no value when It Is at Its full deveorouont Particu Is yet In Ita commencement larly Is this tho ease with persons around whom the putifsrous lnflugnce of MslirU cllugs In the form of Dumb Chills Brow Agus Painful 6plsn and Wsak Stomsoh For Ihe Cure of all tho shore Dkcaaos this prtpurttlon stands unrlralrd and Its Eod and permanent effects aro nttestod by thousands aud it Is rtcomminded altko by tho ablast medical men and the ministry TRY IT all you that are affllclod and bo eonrlnced of lu wonderful pewer and boncfi elal effects Complslat Â¬ 1 Tho Best Sulvo in thn world for Cuts Bruises Soros Ulcers Salt Ithcnm Fever Tub ItKsroNsiMUTY Tho trial of Neal Soros Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains and Craft at Grayson is attracting the at- Corns nud nil Skin Eruplionsnnd positively Itis guaranteed togivepcrlcct tention of people not only throughout our cures Piles Every item antUfncllnn or money refunded Price 25 own state but in sister dates of news is eagerly watched for that tin nay cents per box thine from the little town now bridling Tho Cincinnati CooporngeCompnny havo with the gleaming bayonets of the soldier Expectation has been on tiptoe to two bargei in the mquth of clover creek load- Â¬ hoys know what will ho lha result of this attempt ing with stnvei o to bring to justice these two criminals Much more interest Is nf course manifested BTFust brilliant nnd Inshinnnblo nrti than would be otherwise on account of the tho Diamond Dyo colors Ono pnekngo 10 cents for any fact that it has become necessary to call colors 1 to 4lbs of goods out the troops to protect them and to sus colors tain tho courts in their attempts to lolow out the true courso of the law The fact for Sule -that when the troops last fall were called Ap Two new Fish Net for sale cheap they were attacked by a mob Vas been nlv out Emne GiiEQonr to the cnuse of considerable apprehension A CAHU Another collision of the troops and citizens It is now believed would he deplorable To all who are sufTorlng from tbe orrors and that the danger of ft collision is past But Indiscretions of youth nervous weakness early WliV this mhi order nut the inililnrr Ion of manhood Ice I will send a ro marching to fife nnd drum lu this stnto of decay clpo that will ouro you FHKU OP OHAllOE peace Y This question liol course profound Whenever tho courts aro This great remedy was discovered by a minion easily answered ddreued fiend n Interfered with In the administration of or In South America Master Commissioners Notice justice whenever tbo civil officers nro una- envelope to tho IUr Jossril T Iauix fHullon ble to guarantee protection to those ar J tfi York Vy UtrrKicNRioa Circuit coi st raigned for trinl nr nro not able to pro Ievfls T Huberts I Alt persons bnrlog claims against peacn then it become necessary Ingalntt tliecitatoorWiiiil serve tho WANTED WllIlUa Ailmrj X decerned are hereby thai the governor the chtcfexecutlvforder military lo sustain the arm ol jus out Ih FIFTY RTAVK MAKK11S to clear 1500 nuiipcil lu irmiiico Htll claims iirojierlr jirorcn Oouimlsloner on or tice threatened now lo be paralyzed by tho nrros In Hreokenrldxo eounly Hleidy work before tlio I undersign no reason Call at Llheity Hall or address before Iho MM Momtay in Marcn nexi fur the season power of the mob whiih know UWrn umler my liaml as Commissioner of K AHAlDWIN But Ih question now arises why this la salJ cgurt tils lit ilar of lrusrr 1HH1 tluierpnrt Hotel inennhlo stain of affairs 7 Why in our own VU 1M1JUAUU Clowrpvit Ky Keututky this coulcinpl for law Why do lliicklens Ariilcn fvulve BRONCHITIS A31T33 Q Â¬ STOMACH BITTERS XI L J 1 QIBLEYSSEEDS L tiuiri nut HIRAM IMINTM for AII Oil OIS All t full onlylrol CJrnfii anainrjiltteedliuuiiliW tmurQ oi umu vni uiw Anmtnl Waluti o only tOft rUutiiur MTFnl Uinuuni HrHiu KIIIX ll CONSUMPTION ofUJ ilf forlJl Bent u Xfil a4 iYttit VI Â¬ Â¬ LE Y tt CO Hochestcr nY Â¬ itcuco Ilnu rt Wcokly Ciruulntton of 1400 Copies County Is an Excellent AihertUing Mctlinin THE NEWS w tttii LV root moj unicago iil IJ tho Only RsjMirin lie Tcrtim lUusonublo Bregkenridge News Continued from Fint Page lanco Hodgei was coins willi tlie bed Josoiihi stopped him The boy took tiifi last blow quito dilToronlljr from llio cn tience or burst of sorrow now Wont vou bid mo good bye Mr Hodges asked ho Good niaht Why not That lint what I mean Mr Evans Care me hit hnnd Did he What or And so muit jou Oh you may as I never came to you wrll Mr Hodges and took nwnT your little hit of sleep So jou can take mr hnnd if 1 inn ci it Jcu You nill be sorry afterward if you lay no There it U what the bttter are jou for that you 3 0iing fool Ill tell jou what It fit jou nre turning loft I dont know wlint to niako of you I ihnll come to jour cell the fiist thin in th morning ald Josephs Ay do Mr Uodsn and then vou wont be sotrv you slioo Â¬ no Impa bainw pulled Into mafket by two wen In or eaten up in ono week tine by a tho neoplo of our community who have to jade their noble steeds by pulling nnd drayffng tho surplus or their bountiful harvtttln order to roller their groaUny gtamwiti a distance of Ion or fifteen miles for shipping If llMtidenburB of herself has any mrrit to draw tho railroad why did she subscilbe her stock on the condition that the toad should run between the town and the river a place wluro goats can not climb or graze Why wasnt she willing for it to como on We nil know the icason wbj this side Last fall at least 300000 bushels of wheat were shipped from ofT our proposed oute at a cost of at least 1 cents per buhcl w- - furhaiillitgtoHrondenburR Ofthis amount what did tho counlty wihiu fivo mlloi of UrnndenbiiK tho bottom excepted coniVoiif tribute Il is easily answered I wish it weie possible forme toesptoss I will In woids the foi tilty of our countiy live jou in my feohle way a Licf outline of it On our loute tho inllioad will be backed by men ol means and cntciptisc It would run through inds that produce from fifteen to thirty bushels of wheat and forty to setenty fivo bushels of coin to tho acre and whcie meudows and pastures ate thickly dotted with as fine and thotough b cd hoiscs mules cattle hogs and sheep as there nic In the stAlc Well foi fear of making my article too lengthy I will close ths limo hysajing that I hope tve may some day meot and enjoy a bounlful feast of pickled hogs feet And I feci assured that if I eter get to Hrandcnbug nnd m peMiaied to take a drink of tho same you had when you woe the your criticism tlnl ve will meet trtVoOOt By tayinrr again and will sick to il ec eri a niload we want aiailioad we havo ihe money to get atailrcad and we aie soing to have a laihond 1 bid you II M Joily adieu Â¬ hands M nliht At tlii moment tho ooj iuppcr wai thruit throuch the trap door it wai not the lupper by law appointed but six ounc es of bread and a can of water Ilodzcs now that he had touched the prisoners hand felt hit fint spnrk of some He looked thinir boidcrins on sympathy at the grub half aihamcd and made a wry face Joicpht caught hit look and an twered it It U as much as I shall want said he rcry calmly and he smiled at Hodges af he ipoke a sweet and tender hut dogged smile a smile to lire in a mans memory his near neighbors and requested them to Suspicion lell on watch for his meat Boon from tho fact that hit clothes were J he day ol ttie sale at uocxrai greasy three mn searched tho prcmties occupied by Boona and found one piece of Ike meat In a sack hidden between two logs som fifty or sixty yards from tin house The bors found Boone at the sale and taking him lo one side nccused him of stealing Mr Matthews meat and tin cat- rned to lynch hira unltis hi returned I1 right speedily Ofcoorse ho denied the The charge and soon started fcr home boys followed him first providing them Ar selves with twisted black hickories rived nt Boones they mado him shoulder the meat and ford the branches to Mr Matthews whero he returned th stolen property and acknowledged his guilt ask Â¬ The old man talked kinding fur pardon ly but plainly to lit in and told him that if he Boone was yet In that neighborhood by Monday he might expect Frannfort lo Boone tonk becomo his dwelling place the hint and has not been seen about htie since while his wif and children have gone to her telalives near Whiles ville Qblo county Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L MILLER J Will sell you SPAYIMr KENDALLS Thursday night Sunday Siliool every Sab- Â¬ bath n U oclock n m Holts lotlom Prerohlng Sd Sabbat at 11 a nt lUrTlsr Church Rer 11 TLampka Tar- Â¬ TIIK MOST BUCCKSSFUIi KKMfeDY erer diienteredai It Is certain In Its effects and does tar Preaching every 2d oid 4th Sabbath kt II a m and nt night 1rsver meeting every not blister also excellent for human flcil Wednesday night Sunday Sehoel every Ba 11KAD IltOOIIlKLOW bath morning ruMDYTrnjA Cut Ren Rev J R MeDen nall laslur Preaching eveySd and 4th Sab lgg OKKOXTA CHURCH DIRECTORY CnttnCH Soulh Hev G ft Haves Pnstor 1renchng every litJnd and lib Sab Â¬ baths at II a m and nt night and ere y 3rd Sabbath at night Prryer meeting every IC M CLovfitrorrr tny FromtheOneontaPrass NY IFaaaDAlsr Sto-ves- - COO KING STOVES IleM CohrIi ITIrdciio III the Wo Sample treo of Gi rgc r Cnll nt Fishers druir store and cct a sam ple bottlo nf Browns Expectorant fico of clinrgo Jt cures Lougiis Jionrsenrsi Whooping Cough and Consumption in its curly singes It is a scientific prepnrniioii admirably adapted for tho cure of all Throat It is plcnjnnt to take nnd Lung Disenses nnd entirely harmless Try it it costs you j HEATH G STOVES N Y Jan 0 lKfll Iarly last iituuner Messrs D J Kendall A Co of li 1 o Falls VI made a contract with the publishers of tho lnrss for a half column adiertliement setting forth the merits of Ken Â¬ dalls fiparln Cure for one yenr At tho mine time wo secured fiom the firm n quantity of books entitled Dr Kendalls Treatise oil the Horse and his Diseases vhloli we are now giv- Â¬ ing lo advance paying subsclbors to our paper as n premium About the time he advertisement first appear Â¬ ed In this paper Ml I I Scieimcrhorn who resides near oilers had a spnvlned liuuo He read the adrertisemont and enncludod to test tho efflency of the remedy although his friends laughed at Mi credulity He bought n bottlo of Kendalls Sparln Cure ami commenced uslnc It en hU horse In nccordance with thodliectloni and he Informed us this week that It effected such a complete euro that on expert hurseman who examined the animal iccently could find no tiaco of the spavin or the placo whero It had been located Mr Schermerhorn has since se Â¬ cured a iopy of Kendalls Treatise on tho Horse and his Diseases which he prlios very highly and would bo loth to nart with at anv nrl e nrn vldcd he could not obtain anther copy Go mucU lor advertising reliablo article o bithat 11 n m nndatnlght tasitllg overy Sabbath nt 1 030 a in Sumay Sehoel eve y Sahbiti nt J n m Protmtant KfiSftiPAbCiiCRnt Divine ssr Ice will be held every third Tuesday evening In each month at their rooms In the Reldel Iliilldlng cornor of Oak and Wall strrets at 7i30 oclock Sundry School ove y Sabbath at 2 deck pm lrer COUNTY DIRECTORY CIRCUIT CODRT MIRTS FIRST MONDAYS IK ATR1L AKD CCTOttk Hen vT B HaynesCommonwealthsAttorneyi RSKkln V O llabbaga Master Cemli t sioner C W Moorman Sheriff Hon T R MeDeath Judge- man Clerk COUNTY COURT UHTS THIRD VONDAT IN RACK UKT NfcO Mercer Judge j Wm Miller Oterk I TT K Barnes Attorney Hcgulnr size bottles 50c nnd 1 nothing A H Tiiruxino Memorandum Books fice FISUEK ior yeats The door was closed with n loud snap nud Josephs was left alono to face h lone nipht it was now seven o clock in his net clothes which smoked with the warmth his late bed baj begun to cheiish but they soon ceased to smoke as the boy MATTINGLY J T Maiitijy says there nro posi s on or undc coal dr his land of ho lincsl HIMGES GrlT E Screws Bolts Door Door Hinges Locks Padlocks Pistols Pow- Â¬ der Shot Guns Pocket Knives Table Knives Spoons Brass Kettles Saved Him N Y 1800 Jan vember QUARTERLY COURT Meets Fon th Mondays In Mareh Jnae8e tember and December COURT OF CLAIMS Meets Third Mondays In January and Xt quality We mo glnd to Icntn that the laihond is a ficd fact as it will scivo to dctelop the mine rl nnd agricuhuial resources of our count j Mr Kd McQuaddy who is leaching oui school is a good cducntor and nice tcnlc- Ho is thinking olgoll ng up an ex mnn hibition If he docs we will jua antee that it will be n success Mr Jcckson Neubia who has been in veiy bad healJi for some time past thinks of soini to Loiistille for the puipose of consulting eminent physicians Wo sincerely mUIi that he may icaaii hs health and be spaicd to his family and Mends Diki At the icfidcnco of Mr Lany Kecnnn In mi cry I VoS Mi Smuel Mai A good man has en thews nged 8 1 jeais He was tendely cred upon his lewnrd caied for biu his titaliij- - was clinutcd hjieason of extremo age It tvns loiichins to seclho cxpicssion of intense sWcf on the countenance of his amiable daughter Mrs Ljiry Kcenan as she eaw her aged father getting weaker dny by doj until ihe last Baciieuik i paik of life had fled Â¬ froe HARDINSBURG Josephs walked about Night advanced Fair weather to day his little cell his teetli chattering then Fioin the 25th to the SCth theto will be log ou tho floor flung himself like a dead and finding Ilawcs spiiit in the cold bald lain Look out for a wel season this year for stone rose and crawled shivtring to and So set your we can see nothing but rain fro again tubs under the diip wetk CoUnucd licit Hun your old railroad down the liver if JOLLY JUMP UP AGAIN you want to Wc nro going to have high water this jear and the boats will have a Jtlr It M Jolly linrs for llio Mrttrtr County Han In u Way the job of fenying iron horses acloss the creeks Juller Will Icsplsv County News nnd low places 1 o the IMitur of tb Mcudo Match says he is going to lain half his Â¬ In your paIicwLkYViiir Kv Feb 1G paper of the 7th insiiut I notice an article time out nnd April sajs she wont be outAs it appeals done and intends to tain her full lime save untitled Jiimfjcd up Jolly in liio cditoiinl columns I no niillvrup four dnjs So by hjpponcolch let her xou e rain The sun lose this moinlng after day poso it is iiom yorr lalenicil pen for to my communication published in I iil light and that is a sure sign of lain Theie is one of two things going to hap lliiKCKLMtuiin Nk4 some lime ago in ic jcd to on pinpotcd back i out lailioad pen wo are either coming down to seethe It seems o muthat it would hate been more liver or it is coming up to sco us genet ous in jou to linve nnswucd myni Sad news came to our eais ycstcidny nf Shilos Cough and Contumpliin Cuie is a criluvstn thiouli ternoon about tide and oclock A little gill en me sold by us on n juninnlce It cures conthe same columns iom which you lend it hluiteiing into my room and said GerSold bv A It Fisher Clovei sumption and ihcieby hate fciten mo an oppoilunilj tie is dead I I asked Gertie who Why poitand Bcatd k iicelcr Ilurdinsburg for Eeirdtfentc Yt I pcsumo you will Gertie Ileaid she replied Her funeral Preferring war in Africa to war at home do mc the iusice to tublish this mi your will bo preached this afternoon at oclock Sara Bcinhurdts hiuband has joined the liapor by Her J II IJampsey army and gone to Algeria Vou hegin by saying tliPt you dont know Tea Cut tlinn mit come to all Ami joy ju n i x e U with satinets who It M Jolly is 1 will suy that if jou For lame Back Sido or Chest usn Shilos Our ye n m not one sj miner ilieim Pi ice 25 cents Porous Plaster Sold bj ansious to find him out you can nie Ou bear s unv gluiv uf Iriloais HeeA K Fisher Clot crpoit and Beard rradily do so rt any time by coming out into Httrdinsbiirg Messrs Hdwin Hayes and Frank Wade ler this feitile an produclitc piairio count made a lljinc visit to Cloterport Fd J no Amk JtritRiT Jko D QarDoar to a litllo village known as JWwleyvillc Mr Gcbhnrdt has distinguished himself makes out that he goes to tec mamma llunleyvillc is in Kal i y Now when wonder what He summoned before him the cook again OLD ICTVTIILiISlTICD Frank goes foi at the Cincinnati hoel wheio Mrs Lang jou sart to Icwlcytille pray c 1 some Fife and Marine Insurance Agency Who Icllctei neither In licaren nor hell ono who has an idea of ike seogiaphy ol try is a guest nnd swore so much thnt the llio Ucrlt vrlalics him hcaitly ell Madc and Ihckcniidge counties for mj cook intited him to go outside and fight HAS OPENED He that has no head needs no hat impiession it that utiles ynu vcrc iiiotm Cioup Whoooping Cough nnd Dronchllis If fools Here to cat no bread corn would had a guide you would Itiit cioss ed or immediately iclievcd by Shilos Cine Sold he cheap the ivcr and he foBvcr lost by A U Fifhcr Cloterpoit and Beurd KY CLOVERPORT Ti ulh gives a shot t answer lies go round Heeler Hardinshurg You say we want a laihocd like the boy IN THE BARTLE 9UIL0IHG This Firm ICoproncnta only- Firat- No about wantid a ciicus tickei like hell Clnen Com pan I ni and Una Hud ow Jllacovoi Free Jst Vcari or Jxpericuc Wc ii M1 you s e mitaken dont want for Ily the quackombox old Cloverport trios Wall Street bet Elm and Poplar Thli Agency was established In the yeai A new remedy for this dreadful disease it mi i hell but we dn twmt to keep it ftom to claim kin with tin and all the relation has been discovered by Dr Doming A where they will l pleaiod to wait upon tlielr 1S57 nnd from that time to the preient has con mining tlnovyh hell lirandenbu g and ship between us that I know of is Clover- - single Hslr triinmel anil llnuouily been In builneii with stllifactlon U application will nominee the most frUndi and cuitomus lnin4 it ih oujjh Gods country mother was my skeptical of its wonderful hcnling powers droisoil n the nestest and most fashionable the publle They write policies at reasonable ports inamran-in-lawDwellings on Farm propoly Storet tyloi nJl tf Bj-- culling on A It Fisher druggist The nssc Jon I made as to t lie distance Hardinsbuig aunt by old age you Warohousea Merchanditi arid alt other dcslr can obtain a samplo box free of charge saved fom Tip Top via Iliiidinsbiirg to able property Alio on Freight in tramitu h Well bje bje that is what my girl says which ttill satisfy you of its curative qunli lirer nil rnllroad furnishing indemnity against Oneniboio otcr tho liver ioue I still ad XriiMS ties loss by IlHK and the 1mtiLS or Imiind T aix Yon havent piotcn to the conlie e to J ronriTioN iu the following Companies 1 belieto if jou thought it to NORTONS SCHOOLHOUSE IS IIEUE EXPRESSES trary and ITJfA of Hartford Oonn ruscMAav our Free Circular tills the rcst your interest to ntset in m tne msinnce NTAOAHA of NewYork Ofc Iho weather lather changeable first V - MiU ftM UNnnRWHITREB AQEN0T of Kew Yerk i USUIIWi WHUO SUIU 11114 J aliovh the counties of Uieikontidgc and rain then sleetis then itc snow slick lUnntfl RnrZDY Oa 4lenlsy I naoil tha PutlUM u 00NTI T TAL ofNw York IP dirocted aad thny ooraplotely curtnl zna In about ooa A LANOASUIUU of Manchester EngUrd Monde was pener tlmn around jou would week from tho time I coram snood uiitu them 1 began loads nnd for nil dlooases of the Kldnoyo and lo ileep well and I continued to uw all the box with not hesitate to do ko jiir Po filing an aggregate Capital and Eur roneUnt Improvement and slnoa that time Oct liBl Mis Ilarbaia Noifon slipped on an cy I hare felt like a new man I truly hope that many of plus of nearly 22OUO000 You assert that tho dMViencn in con tho offerers will find oat that you bar a eeuiiio to Thorough k nowledgo of the buslneit of In It has speciao action on this moat Important doors cp end fell soiercly injuiiug her D6ITOU4 wealtno and be curod bj the lame struction of the routes would sate it mil oresa rnabllnr it to throw off torpidity and Itipctfallir ioan surance aoqulred from long experience with F 8 Toa will not pnbllah my name bat person vUlt aim Inaction stimulating the healthy nctttioa of dollars in favor of the ritcr route lion of rates as low as Is consistent with firat elass in lag yoa may be referred to me and I will answer them the Ullc and by xceptnc Uio bowrj In frco demnly and fair ileal n make it to the best Ioys did you fake your donas wiih Tho biggest fool of our county lins much To every younjr miadle ato or old man condition eflcctlnff 1U regulnr discliarce lltorctt of persons want ng insurance toconsull troubled with norvous or physical doblliIfyou lire BUfforlnc from PlMlckt lieUuijudgnimt than hat and would hoot you to the polling mrtch And if not ty or impotence eoalcd circular i sent this agency dullness solicited from Ilrecken I I Ct maLula havo the chilli I VI reo Send full addr ou pontiil card to nro bilious dyspeptic or coustlpalnl Kidney whj so You may tllu jou kno Surrhy yon should not enjage nt the idea lide and aljotnlng oountles HARRIS REMEDY CO St Louie Mo Wort will Buroly rcllcTO and qukkly cure OFflfJK At the Breckinridge Dank Clo We want your addreae Tou ued our remedy something about editing a paper and con their company and then not fulfill your In the Spring to cleanse ihe System every fciiU be couviuoed ot this Bond n37 ly rorort Kt one fchould tako a thorough courso of It iiuciing a tailicad hut step down and piomise SOLDDYDRUOQIST8 Price SI lukca few lessons fioin nur icckcuiidgo What gi nnd epellin matches wc do have I liie Methodist Mutual Aid Assoclaiior NOTICE tdilor nnd jou will go back a wiser man Such ctowds atend they havent tooni lo Office Masonic Temple Louisville All pcranns hiowing Ihemielve Indebted lo Wo all know you nevor saw a raihond and sitorstnnd nnd dont you fogctii no hate tho underalgnvd will plcare come foi ward and of course know iothiug of the cost of con- souio duiy good spellcis that can spoil title at once thereby ravin eosts Hon ltnlitCnctirin llonWm It Hoke struction etc thcrifmo ou hate diawn buToon and notcr wink and oihor hard luiiiAM ic lmriduDt Vlclreildent Q V Unnuld anil Itchlnir A sure cure for lllliul laritly on your imagination inlhoubote wards similar io it such ni II I Orrnl nieeillne for iMie t a bingie box ot Ort Williams INDIAN tieo nd Treair Modlcal Director borne iiiei tion for kuriey etc PILE 0INTMINT lias cured the worst chronic recom bold j You stain that their would hate to he at rio lliirty allears stumllni lrlco si andby inalhÂ¬ no Mary what has becomo of Ben Hey mended by riruERlMs 1 asl w i tunnels within fivo or sis miles of Snnford Kolth Dr B Oicar Pey Arthur Peter Co Whclesale Agents Somo of you Union Star correspondents Kubeit Cuclirnn John li llsgett IOUI8V1ILK Kv Let mo infoim you riut here Yip Top AVm U Hoke nnd Dry Valleyang too wiile and dont Win C Kondrick it is not our intcnlon to tunnel either unCliai I Sej incur bo so selfish Do the lialns come down Creek nr anyjiniiJ That is not der Oiler We dont eeo any out lhs way way The Methnillit MiiUnl Aid Aiioclatlon wai We Intend that our idea of buildirg ruilrondi clirneind by Ihe lieRltlnlureorKeotucky March H CEIEBMTED I urn at this lime ie yet dry Inml in run on 2 ttliI8S0 and chertorauiended Aplll 16S2 it The NrfttH sots better and beter and I ably informed that jour river surtrry nt piu vldos tliat the Directors shall be chu ch mom I en Huffs Kscapo nns splendid A few oeri which It seme guaianlce that they are thirty fret under icrtcrnnt ruiidenbuii men of Integrity Its members may belong to mote like that Mr Gruelle nt least one half the survey fom Hranden the chinch er nut the only requirements behiK that the applicant aro banecn llio ages of 18 Up comes Dot nnd we hope a few more denburg to West Ioint is from twenty to and 55 sound In mind t nd body and not dlisl I supioseyour idea of tho ink slingers will be lesuncccd fifty feet under wnter intodi Lunky Sal whnr is jou iiilroiul rolltns stock etc to hatn your Dot The objects or tho Aiiotlatton are To pro tIiIo a Ieneflclary Fund nblch the families f INTONE QUALITYEO EQffAL iiiado of waterproof maieiial nnd schoor member A BOGUS BOONE aie paid not exceedini fS0U0 at as to run ou your twony fi or death of the member or one half of the amount The Trade invited to test quality In care of total dlinblllty which amount can Jlut I imagine that it will bu An Illmniihnii foiiiuy Itiittrnl Jelx uletallin In Homr Hurli In Hie Kmlttulo not bo reached by proceis nf law nr claims of and price easier to tunnel as you nay tre will hate to ISrinliliui liuod credlturi so that Ihe Urally It sure to mcive Our Iuliur lltxckcuildo News i For Catalogues address uo than to run a irnWi under water benefit the It il the cheapest and its expenses are less IUkkvaik Kv Feb IT About six loulo can bu built in hall ihe time and at than any known Ilfo Assurance Aiioclatlon xn expense of from ten thouiatid o twenty months ago a man giving the name of Tue fecretiry Is the only salaried officer - RICHMOND IND HANUFACTUBERS TMS5 To llecome a Meinbei thoisand dollaia per miles Ins nnd tho George Boone and chiming to he a dis It nill coit you 6 an for admliiion and semi annual duet If tant relative of Daniel Boone tho famous loud would have something to back it BTOniACII CHICAGO PIANO CO application li rejected theie amounts will be removed from Fd I imagine you are liko unto tho boy that ptonei r of Konlucky relumed loyeu Vou mutt alio pjy examining - 0HI0AO0 ILL WnOLESALK AQEIITD pliyilclun was hunting the grcundhrg en Sunday inonson county nnd look up his residence The aiicumcnt at the time applicant li ad Â¬ on the farm of Mr Charles Fisher on With him it was groundhog nr no wai mitted continue the lamo till death ill I InvalUla broken down In lirnlth nnd splr and with you it is i altroad ur starve You milo south nf this post office Itnckvnle To erery member sending us an acceptable It by clironlalyiili or snlTerliiK I rum nnd living Somo six weeks after his arrival Mr Luth application I nlll be paid him Thus a little Ilia tvrrlblu eilmntluu Hint liilluws lliu lupw full well where your trade WAdUNfl ILOWB ItUAIBKS MOWKUS r umto illarase the lflliuuiiy n Attacks exertion will tnable any member to retain Ills come from and if our grand and glorious er Cliimmnus meat house was sawed Into etc uf Ibe old reliable and time tried wbu bmu been rulsvil at bjr thuufuiuls rlghtt to Ihe Venificlary Jundi without prying u miracle from u slmllnr ktato ol iirn Is cut off from your trade it will bo and robbed of some meat while Dr Deriip workman country any money irouun iiy jioiuiiere Moniucii lllttrrs Ior further Information apply to I K Ilrandcnbiug of itself sys poultryroost has been dlstuibed more Good bye Joe Kimrnnite mat by Ilia tuum HENRY J MAY menus y mi too mar bu streiiutheued uud Diluy Iocnl Agent for Ilreckenrldge county needs no other outlet for iin produce What than once viirLU or lo P I llrodle the general agent at Louis East End of Urldfje Cloverport Ky A few days ago Mr Iawiou Matthews ior ale by all Drujnfljts and Uoalcrs iroduce etc raised within Jive inlloi of rllle Ky geuerally here you will And the best articles nt reason jlrnndeiiburg except the bottom above lost two sids of bacon one head and jowl v le prtoes tn lult tlie times Horse shoeing a A YEEKia O li da at bom isiIt mads about one thousand acrs can he eiuily and twelve hoeVeet and yes one liver All kinds of Machinery In your own town Terms and 85 r a oolaltv and Iniiired The old man made this known to some of AUfcuiU Mains iJumss JlIIiLiatT A Co r e paired and shop work done on short notice PU0 utrttir In ote week wheeled into town on a wheelÂ¬ Â¬ vtlnd Â¬ Spades Sugar Kettles Lard Cans Tinware Coifee Mills Kendalls Spavin Andirons Gartrieges Saw Sets Saws Axes Saw Handles Files of all kindsPlow PointsFlows H0ESC0RNSHELLERSWHEELBAR0WS nmcr ry Tin and Iron Roofing Drain Pipes a tot a tkt VDrfcTkr CHAS FURRDW -- Â¬ 1 Rer J R DrursT Tailor Ilnrdinsburg Preaching every vlh Babbatn reipectfuly US LYMAN at 11 a m and at night Class meeting every Sabbath morning Sunday Safceol erery Sab Â¬ bath afternoon Prayer meeting erery Wed Â¬ nesday night Oakland Preaching every Hh Sabbath at S AVimov Mikn Jan II 1881 Co B J Kendall dents Hnving got a pm Sunday School at 2 pm Prayer meet-Ievery Sabbath night horse book of you by mail a year ago the con- Â¬ Mt Zlon Proacilng overy litSabbalh at 11 tents of which persuaded mo to try Kendalls - m Class meeting every lstnnd 3d Sabbath Spavin Cure on the hind leg of one of my hor- aPleasant Grove Preaching every 1st flab ses which was badly swollen and could not be reduced by any other remedy I got two bot- Â¬ bath at S p m Wobster Preaching erery 2d Sabbath at II tles of Kendalls Spavin Cure of lrcslon A Iud dith druggists of Waseca which completely a m and at night Union Star Preaehlng orery Jd Saturday cured my hoiae About five years ago I had a three year old colt sweenled very ladlv I ured night and Sabbath at 11 a m Prayer meet Â¬ your remedy as given in your book wtliuut row- - ing erery Tburaday nlght Stephensport Preaehlng erery Id Sabbattr ellng and I must say to yourciodit that Ihe colt is entirely cured whleh is a surprise net night In the Drlck House only to myself but also to my neighbors You scut me the book for the trifling sum ot 25 cents SECRET 80CIETIH3 ami il J could not get another like It I would Masonic ClcTrnertTn not take twcnty Ove dollars for it Yours truly ir i i ed meeines 2nd Mondar and 4th I fEO MATH15WS each month A B 8killmrn W If T L vv j y iiooosc tX llrynes J Wi J D Soey j A J Joeon Tress i F P OS HUMAN FLESH Steward and ylerj W B VThlle SDi J W Vivay Inn Aug IT 1878 Haynes J T D D J Kendall k Co Oents the Ken- Â¬ dalls Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us and not only tor animals but for human ailments also Mr Jos Verls one of the leading farm us in our county sprained an ankle badly and knowing tho value of the remedy for hol Â¬ I will mail Free the reelpe fer a sibW ies tried it on hiimof and It did far better than VROKTAniK HALM that wilt icmove T1K ho expected Cured the sprkln in very short orFRECKLES PI TLES and BLOTCHstfl der Yours respectfully COTHIKBAND leaving the skin soft clear and besntlfl all All Instructions for prodi clig a luxvrlant lrice 1 per bottle or six bottles for Druggists liaro it or can get it for you or it nf hair on a bald head or smooth faee grewth will be sent to any address on receipt of price inoloiing 3o stamp hy the proprietors Dl 1 J Kixdall A Co BES TANDEEF CO Bnosburgh Falls Yt n32 ly 12 Barelay St Hew Teik SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS 30 18S2 Dr H J Kendall Co dents t Hnrlng used a ood deal of your Kendalls Spavin Cuta with great success I thought I would let you know what It has dono for me Two years ago I had as speedy n colt as wni ever raised In Jefferson County When I was breaking him he klokod over the cross bar nnd got fust nnd tore one of hit hind legs nil to pieces I employed the brtt fariers but thoy all said he was spoiled lie had a vory largo thorough pin and I Ufeil two bottles of your Kendalls fcparln Cure and It tnek the bunch entirely off and ho sold after- Â¬ wards for 1800 dollars I havo usod it for bone rpavlns and wind galls and It has always cured completely nnd left the leg smooth Veiy Anms COUNTY OFFICKRS Lon Cishmae Aaietior J R Board far TevortHervey II rumfleld Coroner Jf Me Mer Â¬ cer School Commissioner POTJ OPPIOH ADDRK3SB3 Cloverport Master Commissioner Hardinsburri Sherir Commenwurlths Alterney Leltehleld i Clroult Judge Leitchfield Cir nlt Clerk and er Hareinsburg Jail HARDINSBURQ CIRCUIT SOUTH ME CHURCH k Kendalls Spavin Gue n- Â¬ flltj n Cure j reg-o-- Tfttr Â¬ PIMPLES Â¬ ti Ad-dr- ei- For sale In Cloverport by nlO ly A R Fisher J S Wise Supt J D See Plain k Trees Barber Hairdresser SajT YOUTH THE DISEASES OF and MANHOOD - SHAVING PAEL0RS JHUEEAT GREGOEY - B rreelrrcl Iili and Etectrlo Belt Hum bun which exposes Irlce Sets Addreee THE PIIQLI8HCR Dex 24 Milwaukee Wis 1reiorlptloni free 11 riirsiVIAN r 2Syeara Dont Dolson oxnerlence 1ruri not rot rnvriyiiaui nun mvula fluarlia tid T A AOUinCTOHFALTHWITHUUI MEUIU1NL SSSsnEu 6zMg Ohio River Memphis BPHRD ERRORS OF YOUTH A OKNTIKHAN who suffered for years frcm Nervous DBIHLITY PRKMATURK IRCAY and all tb effects of youthful indis- Â¬ cretion will for the sakoof suffeiing humanity tend free to all who need it the rccpe and di- Â¬ rection for making the simple remedy by which he was cured Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertisers experience can do so by ad Jrcislng in perfect confidence JOHN B OdDBN 42 Cedar St Now York n32 ly PACKET COMPANY COMFORT AKD BATBTY s lui EKW7iTif19SSSfSlKSi IS SURE CURE lAKLSAiSHiyl B LIVER Plain English I No extra charge far Meals and Etate Splendid Accommodations fer Stoek FOR CAIRO reoas and MEMPHIS 8UHDATS WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS nfi fjSib FREE k Â¬ Â¬ moat rioud and d d now retired i for thn mire of Xtrvoum ttcullttih 6oilnsiiHlloiaii41neat Reut UiplalusealdeBVelOeyi DrutBlilacauflllit Addreee DR WARD CO REUABLE SELF CURE df hnrll mMA1ntlftn nf An the OthA B luoowaful ooclultsia In UuUUas Ma Â¬ Files Piles Files fillip mm mm hodirts The advertiser having been permanently cured of that dread diseaie Consumption by ilmple remedy is anxious to make known to To all his fellow sufferers the means of cure who desire it he will send a copy of the pre- Â¬ scription used free or charge with the dlroo tlons for preparing and using the tame which thoy will find a sure CUIUS for COUGHS COLDS CONSU 1TIONASTH A BRON Â¬ CHITIS Ac Parties wlshiug tho Pieserlptlon will please address A AVILSON Itor 191 Tenn St WlllinraiburghNY nJ2lv TO CONSUMPTIVES Tbe fleet and elegant steamers ANDY BAUM II J Vinton Master JJ M Dseu aiu JAS VT OAFF R JT Wise Master Jas Surtsee Oils CONS MILLAR C B Russell Master J TT Vorrls Cfk VINT HHINKLB Q W Thompson Master J D Moere Clk Oae of tbe above steamers parting Clnverpert for Memphis eaoh Mondays nnd Fridays and for Louisville and Cincinnati Thursdaya aad Sundays board For freight er passage apply to E r Packet Line Passenger Mail and Express tfrmumm n A pmmu m TUTTS EliTECTQRAHT tummmmmmmmummmmmmmmmm Is eorapoaed of Herbal Hud MucUoginous prul Beats For all way landings betweta Louisville aa4 Henderson the elegant and fleet steamers JAMES QUTHRIB D HAVE NO SUPERIOR Iuiirs expectoratee tho acrid mutter that collecta lu tbe Broncbial Tubes nudtormaa oothlUK ooatluK whlcb relieves the lr rltattou that cu tlio cough It clenusee ates the circulation of the blood mij brucestho nervous system fillKlit colde often ml In nctslwluolierineuto the aubeuiiica ortlie L Penny Master Allen Jenuiofi Oik CJ thelunireorailllinnurUleiitreiiKlhena by theimvlieii enreobleil dUeiuvlgor RAINBOW Jno Weitfall Master Miles Tfarren fuhonso Â¬ W STTE CHASE P3ANO CO coiieiimntlan Jtle Unuroue tonrnlcet them Apply tho remedy luomplly A tbe aiertlon that no remedy liaa ever been fonnil that la as Iirompt iiilUettectaMTUTTS IXPtOTOBANT AehiKle dose rnlses tlio lihlrixuiiauUlue Infltmmatlonand Ita uioapoeuilycurtetbemott A pi rnaant cordial chil Â¬ obitlnato couirh ior Crimp dren take It remit I y m In every familyIt IM nnj Inralunlile Ulfi sliould fil ami Hollle In teat of twenty jrutra warrant OBEY EAGLE J 0 Berry Mastor R B- - Baldwin Oik raising Cloverport one down aad one up dally wolse TUTTS II 200 acres 125 In eultlvason TJ In hum hi ucivi ui ii now in Wiieai twill sell a bargain In this land and give possession aV - CARGAIN TO CE HAD mnrn ifltirl ikn T VSJIS es Illllll 1 V HJI S1U J Como and Buy Â¬ fcuV ilfri OT OIBEOTLY Cure a Chills unit tevor Japrplat Kick Headache Mlllous CnlloCoiiatlpu tlonKheiimatlamnieSflaliiltatlaiiof the Heart lUaxlBeea Torpid Jrerand female IrreanlarUlea If yon dp not feel storaachviMlorBthenpnelltlmparUvlvorlotb4 Hi WV sretem lrlre3nr tin WWRITE rH THTIS MANVAl7Rii very wellHaclnKlaplllat bed time stimulate the PILLS WIh Immediately For further Inclination call on me on the premises or address me at Bewley- llio Ky Will let the wheat go with it LUDWKLLA K00TR fecemberS1882 BUSBURQ CLOVEBFOET EL7EE3 SMITH io BEARD Proprietors 79 Qfid rorlUud Maine sWj 1 KA Pays for THIS PAPKR 0e Year jpXiUVi76cenlsforOmiiiithilioforuni Leaves Clorerport for Hardlnsburg dally ex cept Sundays nt 8 oelock m Connects at Clnvernort with the Loulivllle and Henilerron mallllne steamers Persons deslrlnir rnnvv niii v nun d aoeoiiimopaied Kspreit busineu promptly stlended lo l