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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiEaEiieiiiiiiVai ST ii l Vien hul ujuctt editor and a most scholarly writer adori Ing with the graces tif his well stored mind overy subject which he heated with hit Mr Prentice was singularly fortui pen James Freeman ato in Ms associates Ciark1homfls II Shreeve Leonard lllisf who was killed by Godfrey Pope Fortun nlus Crosby Alex Griswold anil more recently Paul Shipinaii were from lime Jo time co workers on the editorial pages of tho Journal and he list of his temporary aids Is coextensive with tho names of dis tinction In the stale It Is the fashion now among the nlder people lo mourn over the good old days of the Louisville Jouinaf but the fact I that paper had completed its cycle Such a aper would not answer the modern do tnand A new and entirely different enf has Arisen in journalism Thoso thiiit t which in our fathers days wcio best lur them ara best for us in memory but not in fact Tho Italians still It mores ap plies to the physical world Wattersort saw this when be took the lielrri of the combined Courior and Jotlrbal Itrlinful of talent of vitality and of energy with tke confidence of early manhood he step ped on to the quarterdeck took the trumpet lightened the hold sbt the sails aW and aloft shook out even the top gallant royals and sailed without tacking rieht into the harbor of popular favor He knew the very flow of the tide and he made his port while evon the officers of the olu craft wondered at his audtvilty He is tho master now and no see that he is a good sailor but still wo love and regret the old man At tho time we speak of when cur journalistic apprenticeship began Mr Prentice had no notable rivals in the daily press Rirnty Marshall had made an ex Â¬ periment with the City Gazette and Ken tuckian hut their lives were Oiief Hit compositors left bis oflko almost in a body for the absurd reaion that they were nbt paid at if a Marshall ever paid anything and established a joint stock paper called the Dime This was a very clever heat and Walter N Haldeman who then had a periodical store aud job office on Fourth street bought it and made of it the Louisville Courier He brought to his support that energy ability and persistence which have since distinguished him He raadb his Courier a new3 paper a thing beforo unknown in Louisville Tbe telegraph was yet unborn but Haldcmans energy almost rivaled it in the freshness of lira news Nobody could afford to do without the Courier and nobody tried It succeed- Â¬ ed from the very start Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Forllyartoiialn Got tlvonasa Hick llcnrlacho GUrottlo Dlnr jmif rsvngomont rttoMt Jnumllcc l oflivor Malaria Ab nnd nil Diseases caused by Io llowuU nJ Kidneys Impurity of tlio Blood Ferer and THE VOL VII on that is to crnsh me t hope yeu exaggerate his personal dislike to yoe and your own importance we sighed Robinson Well all do that I hope I do Any way now my belly is full I have got a chanee with him The visiting justices met In tho jail The In fact first to arrive was Mr Woodcock ho came at eleven oclock an hour before the others Had Mr llawea expected him so soon ho would have taken Carter down who was tho pilloried ono this morning lie but he was equal to the emergency met Mr Woodcock with a depretied manner as of a tender but wise father who in punishing his offspring had punished himself and said in a low regretful voice I am sorry to say 1 have been compelled to punish aprispner very severely Being refracto What is his offense ry and breaking his crank You will find He was so violent him in the labor yard we were obliged to put him in tho jacket I shall see him The labor yard is the first place I go to Mr Hawes knew that Mr Woodcock The justice found Carter in that state of pitiable torture tho sight of which made Mr Eden very ill He went up to him and My poor fellow I am very sorry said for you but discipline raust bo maintained and you are now suffering for fighting against it Make your submission to the governor and then I dare say be will shorten your punishment as far as he thinks it consistent with his duty Carter it may well be imagined made no answer It is doubtful whether the worthy magistrate expected or required one An occasion for raisjudgine a self This evident case of crue tyjliad arrived worthy seized tho opportunity received an ex parte statemeut for Gospel aud misjudged spite of his senses Item An occasion for twaddling bad come and this good soul seized it and twaddled into a maas ear who was faint- Â¬ ing on the rack At this moment the more observant Hawes saw the signs of shamming coming Ob he will come on So he said hastily to soon and then he will be taken down and moved away Mr Woodcock followed him without one grain of suspicion or mis- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BBEOKENEEDGE KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY Â¬ NEWS 14 btbittoms op a tishartt imin PreAlh Pain In the Side sometimes the A Free Press a Free Ballot and Free Speech are the Birthright of Freemen CLOVERPORT MARCH 1883 against me The chaplain of your Jj rein It Mt under the ShMildcr blade mistaken lor Hheumathra f fpnerl lose of appetite I uowels coettve sometimes alternating with toil generall the lad U troubled with pain It dull nod hoavy accompanied vrUh considerable lots of ciemMy rltfa a painful Mtuatlon of leavlne undone lometlitnz which wth to hare beenttonei a alight dry cough and flnthed face la aometlmee an auendant erica rolrvvlmi for co iwmntlon the patient complains ttartled if wtuliiMi and debihtjrt nervous esl1y sensation feet eold ar tmrDmt sometime a prlclly of the akla exists iplrltl ara low and despondent and although satisfied that exercise would be bene fcW yet one can hardly summon lip fortitude to Several try It In fact dittnieta every remedy the above symptoms attend the dlitate but caiea hare occurred when but few of them existed yet samlastien after death ha shown the liter to have been aateaairaly deranged id NO- - 34- own by nit persons old and Jev joxmg whenavor any of tho bora symptoms feraoru Travertin or Itvinr In Uu liaarUiy Lnonllticn y talcing a does occasion ally to keep the IJrer In healthy action will avoid all Malaria ntlJous attnoks Dirtiness Nau ef H Drowsiness Depression wine Spirits Uetc It win Inneoratc lit a glase of bat no in toiteatLng beveraco If Ton hnra oaten BnytfcSnsr hard ot dlgeaBon or foe hcary aftar meals or eloe-ploa at nJfbt take a dose and you wdl be relieved Time and Doctors Dili will bo eavoil by niwoya keeping tho Rr cnlntor In tlio lfouool For whatever the aliment may be a thoroughly Mh ntu gaUTe altorntlvei and tonlo can never be out of place The remedy Ithiumleaa nnd doee not Interfere- with buatnoaa or It tUould bo naed looked for them with implicit confidence no other source of Information to compare Examined ono witness aud them with did not cross examine him This done one of them proposed to con Another sug coct their report at once gested that the materials were not completethat there was a charge against the This should be looked Into and chaplain should it prove grave embodied in their Â¬ Â¬ aper report We can Mr Williams overruled this reprimand or If need be the bench can dismiss a chaplain without troubling the Secretaries of State Let us make our report and then look Into the chaplains conduct who is after all a new comer and they say a little cracked he is a man ef Â¬ Â¬ learning So they wrote their report and in It ex pressed their conviction that the system on the whole worked admirably They noticed the incident of Josephs auicido but at Â¬ tached no significance and littlo Importance to it Out of a hundred nnd eighty prisoners there would be a few succumb in one way or another under the system but on the whole the system woiked well They reported the governor Mr Hawes as a painstaMng active zealous officer and now Mr Hawes was called in the report was read to him and he bowed laid his hand upon bis aorta and presented a his- Â¬ trionic picture of modest merit surprised by unexpected praise from a high quarter Next Mr Hawes was requested to see the re port sent off to the post I will gentlemen and in five minutes he was at the post office in porsoa and bis praises on the way to tho sovereign or her Â¬ Â¬ - pleasure And has alt the power and efficacy af Calomel ar Quinine without any of the Injurious after eiU rr is rirnnxT teoetabt says Have derived some benefit frem the uie of Stmmeos Liver Regulator and wish to give it a farther trial The only Thing Mint never fnlla to Xlolkrre I have used many remedies lor Dys Â¬ pepsia Liver Aftection and Debility but never kare found anything to benefit me to the extent Simmons IJrer Regulator has I lent from Min feeaota U Georgia far It and would send farther tor eueh a medicine aad would advise all who are sim Â¬ ilarly aueoted Urittki trial as it seems the only Ua that never tails to relieve Minneapolis Minn P H Jaxnet Dr T TV llaann nnyai Frem actual ex Â¬ perience la the use of Sintmona Liver Regulator In my practice I have been and am satited to use aai prescribe it as a purgative medicine A OoTeraore Testimony Slnnvuis Urer Regulator has baea In use In my dully Jot seme time and I am satisfied it is valuable addition to the medical science J Gill Suorree Governor of Ala Hon Alexnnitor It Stephens of Gn BSTTalta only the Oennlne has on the Wrapper the red Z which always representative How long will the parson tako us Oh not ten minutes I hope not fori want to lookatahorso We hnd hotter send for him at once then The bell was rung and the chaplain sent for The chaplain wns praying the prayers for tho sick by the side of a dying prisoner He sent back word how he was employed and that he would como as soon as he had done This meisago was not well received Keep a living justice waiting for a dying dog I These puppies want taking down said Mr Woodcock Oh leave him to me ropliod Mr Williams Soon after this the following puppy came into the room A gentleman of command ing figure erect but easy with bend of remarkable symmetry and nn eye like a slags He ontcrcd the room quietly but rather quiclr and with an air of business bowed rapidly to the three gentlemen in turn and waited in silonca their commands then Mr Williams drew himself up in his chair and wore tho solemn and digni- Â¬ Â¬ 11 andaUffnnture of U ZKIUX FOR SALE BY ALL DPOGGISTS J Trado Mirlc CO Written for Thi BxtatiMiiDSi ALL BOUT MY DOLL Kirs Written for ltttlo Addlo Claycomb anil ad- drcsod to her Undo Walker nnd Aunt JJcrtlo Board who presented her doll Such n dear ilurling doll So pretty so street So Inro nnd so tall When aha stands on her feet Bbes dressed all In nliltc Just zactly like snow And her waist nit so tight Is tlod with a bow giving Hawes knowing what sort of man he bad to deal with thought within himself Why should I compromise discipline in He said to Mr Woodcock any point There is another prisoner whom I ara afraid I must give an hour in the dark Her boots they nro hluo Just Itko her sncot eyes And buttoned up too Much prettier than tics Her hair is liko gold Her hands soft nnd wMtc Hut Tfhon tlio gpts cold Sho turns to n fright cell What has he been doing it lot of lies upon some - Ill keep her right close Shos so awfully tender And wont tako a dose Tho I toll her t trill mend her She dont mind tis true But I loro hor tho same As all mas should ilo To whip Is a shame Just so sho Is pretty And Is dressed very fine And a II ttlo Lit witty I know sho will shlno Shes not much of a talker For shes rather young yet My own llertio Wnlkcr My darling my pet Aunt IIbttie So Scribbling paper he got from the chaplain Mr Hawes brief and unkind definition of autobiography did Robinsons business Mr Woodcock simply observed that the proposed punishment was by no means a severe one for the offense They visitvd sevoral cells Woodcock addressed the prisoners in certain words accompanied with certain tones and looks that were at least as significant as his word and struck the prisoners as more sincere The words If you have anything to complain of here now is the time to say so and your complaint shall bo sifted The tones and looks I know you are better off here than such scums as you de serve but you have the right to contradict me if you like only mind if you dont who am not prove it to my satisfaction the man to believe anything you say you had hotter have held your tongue Meantime Mr Hawes said nothing but fixed his eye on tho rogue and that eye One word of discontent and the saiJ moment he is gone I massacre you Then followed in every case the old theatrical business according to each rogues measure of ability They were in the Elysian fields one thing alone saddened them some day or other they must rsturn to the world Oh that We are passing one cell replied Hawes one Is empty Not quite empty there was a beech cof fin standing in that cell and the corpse of a murdered thief lay waiting for it At twelve oclock tha justices were all We will send assembled in their room you a message in half an hour Mr Hawes Mr Ilnwts bowed and retired and bade Fry to take Robinson to the dark cell The poor fellow knew resistance was useless He came out at the word of command de Â¬ spair written on bis face Of all the hor jrors ot this hell the dark cell was the one He looked up to Hawes to most dreaded see if anything he could say would softsn No that hardened face showed him neither pity nor intelligence as well ap peal to a stono statue or mule At this moment Mr Eden came into the jail Robinson met htm on the ground floor and cried out to him Sir they are sending me to the dark bole far it I am a doomed man the black hole for six hours for No roared Hawes from above twelve hours the odd six is for speaking in prison1 Roblasoa groaned I will take you out in three said Mr Hawes heard and laughed Edon calmly aloud Give me your hand on that sir for pitys sake cried Robinson Mr Eden gavo him his hand and said firmly I will take you out in two hours please Qod Hawes chuckled Parson is putting bit Tha justices foot in it more and more shall know this This momentary contact with his good angel gave Roblrlion one little ray of hope for a companion iu the cave of darkness madness and death Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ judge trying a prisoner with this difference that his manner was not harsh or intentionally offensive but just such as to reveal his vast superiority and irreiisliblo weight In n solemn tone with a touch of pity ho began thus I am sorry to say Mr Eden that grave charges are laid against fied appearance that bsromes n Â¬ Â¬ EYER TOO LTE TO MEND A HATTER OF FACT ROMANCE nr ciiAiiirs rude CHAPTBU XXVU Th inexporienced in jaili would tak for granted that the death of Josephs gnre Mr IlaTfri system a fatal check No So was audi tli inc He was staggered Pharaoh itagsered itYral times yet he always rcorered liitnttlf in twenty four houn Hawei did not take so lone at that A suicide was no novelty under his Six hours after he found his ric iYstem tim dead hehad a man and a boy crucified in the yard iworo horribly at Fry who for the first time in his life was behind time nd tore out of his hands Uncle Tom which was the topic that had absorbed Fry and made bin two minutes behind him went home and wrote a note to his friend Williams informing him of the suicide that had taken place and reflecting se verely upon Josephs for bis whole conduct with which this last offense against disci pliue was in strict accordance Next irorninjr Mr Uawes sat down to breakfast in high spirits This very day he was sure to humiliate his adversary most likely get rid ef him altogether Mr Eden on the contrary wore a som ber air Hants noticed it mistook it and pointed it out to Fry lie is down upon his luck he knows he Is coming to an Â¬ you in the prison Givo yourself no uneasiness on my account sir replied Mr Eden politely thoy are perhaps false Yet they come from one who has moans Mr of knowing from tho governor Hawes Ah I then thoy are sure to be false We shall Four Sundays ago you preached a sermon Jfo Ay but one was against cruelty It was tho other handled theft Mr Hawts conceives himself to have been singled ont and exposed by that serWhy so mon there are more than thirty cruel men in this jail besides him Then this sermon was not aimed at him V put Mr Williams with a pinning air It was and It was not It was aimed at that class of my parishioners to which he bolongs a large class including all the turnkeys but one between twenty and thirty of tho greater criminals among the pris Â¬ onersand Mr Hawes Gentlemen Mr Williams bit his lip thcn this classification shows the animus turning to Mr Eden he said with a half incredulous sneer How comes it that Mr Hawes took this sermon all to himself Â¬ se Â¬ nd i0 r 4 After breakfast Mr Eden went into Rob Â¬ Ob insons cell be found faitn bajgard 1 am clad you ara come sir they are starring mel No supper last night no breakfast this morning and all for hum Well sir then having For what paper in my cell and for writing doing what you bade me writing my life The cru Mr Eden colored and winced elty and the personal insult combined almost took away bis breath for a moment asked And the bishop of tha diocese IleaTen grant me patience a little long Mr Eden er said he aluud Then he ran out of What about him the cell and returned In less than a min Do you think he will allow you an igute with a great lunch of bread and a slice norant inexperienced layman to usurp tho said ho ll fluttering Eat this of bam episcopal function in his dioctio with pity Tho episcopal function Mr Eden like a wolf but in Tb famished man ate He dots not oven sea Mr Eden snslltd the middle he did stop to say that ho has been trying to usurp sacred Did one man oyer sare another so often junctions ana 01 111a niguesi orusr ua i asyou hare me Now my belly is full 1 it all of a piece a profound ignorance of shall baro strength to stand the jacket or all law civil or ecclesiastical characterizes whatever is to come next nil your acts In this jail My good 1011I you are not to be tormented further Oat CHAITlfU XXVIII just ask yourself for bat purpose doe a Ah sir than this I hope replied Why It one priest rafiod The justices went through their business bishop exist Ilobinson you don know the scoundrel above other priests and consecrated bishop yet He Is not starving me for nothing in the usual routine They had MrlUwts This It to weaken me till he putt the weigh t book up examined the entries received but to enable the church to govern ill ser Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ How dots it happen Mr Eden smiled that two prisoners 82 and 87 took it all to themselves These two men sent for me after the sermon they were wife beaters I fonnd them both in great agitation Ono terrified tho other softened to tears of pen itence These did not apply my words to Mr Hawes Tho truth is when a searching sermon is preached each sinner takes it to himself I am glad Mr Hawes fitted the cap on I am glad tho prisoners fitted the cap on I am sorry Mr Hawes was ir- Â¬ I am glad ritated instead of reformed tkoio two less hardened sirrners were reformed instead of Irritated And I must toll you sir that we disap prove of yourstylo of preaching altogether and we shall do more wo shall make a change in this respect tho condition of your remaining in office1 Â¬ Â¬ I laugh but I ought rather to revants buke you What you have attempted la something more than childish arrogance De warned I and touch not tho sacred ves sels so rashly it Is profanation Tho flashing eye and tho deepening voice and the awful ecclesiastical superiority suddenly thundering upon them quit Wilcowed the two smaller magistrates liams whose pomposity tho priest had so rudely shaken gasped for breath with rage Magisterial arrogance won not prepared for ecclesiastical arrogance and the blow was stunning Re Gentlemen I wish to consult you pleased to retire for a minuto sir A discussion took place in the chaplains Williams was for dismissing him absence on the spot but the others who were coolor Wo havo made a would not hear of it and he saw our false move said they mistake and mado tho must of it Never mird we shall catch him on other ground During this discussion Mr Eden had not been idle he went Into Robinsons empty cell and coolly placed thero another Inkstand pen and quire in the place of those Then glancing at Hawes had removed his watch he ran hastily out of tho jail Opposite the gate ho found four men wait ing they were there by appointment I think a gen Â¬ Giles said ho to ono tleman will come down by the next train Go to tho station and biro Jenkyns fly with tho gray horse Let no one have it who is not coming on to the jail You two stay by the printing press and loom till fur thor orders Jackson you keop in tho way too My servant will bring you your din- Â¬ Ho then ran back to ner at two oclock the justices They were waiting for him Mr Williams began witit a cutting cold We did not wish to go to the length noss of laying a complaint against you before tbe bishop but if you really prefer this to a friendly remonstrance I prefer the right thing to tho wrong thing was tho prompt and calm rejoinder The complaint shall he made Mr Eden bowed and his ejes twinkled J ho next I think we can deal with Mr Hawes complains that you constantly interfere between him and tho prisoners and undermine his authority I support him in all his legal acts but I do opposo his illegal ones Your wbolo aim is to subvert tho discipline of the jail On the contrary I asjuro you I am the only officer of tbe jnil who maintains the discipline as by law established Am I to understand that you givo Mr Hawes the lie You shall phrase ray contradiction according to your own taste sir And which do you think is likeliest to be bclievol Mr Mr Hawes by yon gentlemen Edon by tho rest of the nation I Here Mr Palmer put in his word dont think wo ought to pay less respect to ono mans assertion than to anothers It is a case for proof Well but Palmer replied Woodcock how can tha jail go on with these two at daggers drawn It can not said Mr Eden Ah I you can sco that sug A house divided against itself I gested Mr Eden let said Mr Woodcock Well then us try and give a more friendly tono to this discussion Why not onr weapons would boar pol ishing Yes you have 0 high reputation Mr Eden both for learning and Christian feol ing in fact tbe general consideration in which you are held has made us more leni- Â¬ ent in this case than wo should havo been with another man in your office There you are all wrong You cant mean that make us some returu for this feeling You know and feel the valuo of peace and unity I do Then be tbo man to restore thorn to this place I will try The governor and you can not pull to gether one must go Clearly Well then no stigma shall rest on you you will be allowed to offer us your vol untary resignation Excuse me I propose to arrive at peace and unity by another route But I set no other If I turn Mr Hawes out it will come to tho same thing will it not Mr Hawes Mr Hawes Rut you cant turn him out sir sneer red Williams I think I can He has our confiderico and our respect and shall have our protection Still I will turn him out with Gods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I am about been murdered in this prison to drag his murderer into tho liiht why hang upon his skirts and compel mo to expose you to public horror as his abettor Thero is yet time to disown tho fell prac He looked at his watch tices of hell I There is half an hour Do not waste it in See acts which our superiors will undo here aro the prison rules n child could un derstand them A child could see that what you call the discipline is a pure invention of the present jailor and contradicts the discipline as by law established and consequently that Josephs and others have been murdered by this lawless man These are tho prison rules aro they not and here are the jailers proceedings in the month of January compare tho two and soparnle your honorable name from the contact of this caitiff whoso crimes will gibbet him in the nations eyes and you with him unless you seizo this chance and withdraw your countenance from hira The throe justices rose by one impulse Make your preparations to leave the jail said Mr Woodcock Half an hour is quite enough under the circumstances said Williams Palmer stood aghast his mind was not fast onough to keep up Mr Eden bowed and retired He waj scarcely out of tho room when tho justices drew up an order for his suspension frooa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r jail i Mr Â¬ Hut ho is my enemy sir my personal enemy Dont distress yourself No public man We hear an ex is safe from detraction cellent account of you from every quarter but this one My visit will probably turn to jour advantage Hawes brightened Is there any room in which I could con Will you be pleased duct this inquiry to come to the justices room s Gentle Lot us go there at once men you shall be prcsont if you choose It is right you should know tbe chaplain is cracked said Mr Williams I should not wonder Pray inquired who was that bilious looking Mr Lacy character near the gate when I camo in Why that was the chaplain I thought so I I daro say wo shaTI find he has taken a jaundiced view of things Send for him if you please and let us get through the business as quickly aswecan When Mr Eden camo ho found MrLacy chatting plrnantly with his four adversaries On his entrance the gentlemans countenance fell a little and Mr Eden had the pleasure of seeing that this man too was prejudiced against him Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr M- r- help This is a defiance Mr Eden You can not really think me capable of defying three justices of the peace I said Mr Eden in a solemn tone his oyes twinkling Dofiance no said Mr Palmer inno cently Well but Palmer his apposition to Mr nawes is opposition to us and Is so bitter that it leaves us no alternative wo must your propose to the bonclt to remove yourom office Mr Eden bowsd And meantime- jut in MY Williams washall probably tuspend yon thtt very Mr Edon bowed day by our authority Wo will not detain you any longer sir tuld Williams rather insolontly I will but say to say ono word to this gentleman who has conduclpd himself wllh courtesy toward mo Sir fir your own sake do not enter on this contest with mo it is an untqual ono A boy hat just 1T - Eden Mr Eden be seated if you please You hit office appear to bo 111 sir Mr Hawes was sent for lam recovering from amortalsicknoss Wo have found the chaplain all you de The jaundice eh scribed him Discipline is impossible with Something of that nature such a man here is an order for his susA horrible complaint pension Htmes eyes sparkled We will Mr Eden bowed ente it into tbo book meantime you are I have had some experience of it Arc Hawes went out but to see it executed presently returned He wont go gentle- you aware of its effect on the mind I feel its effect on tho temper and the men nerves What do you moan by ho wont go Deeper than that sir it colors the judg- Â¬ said Williams I told him your orders and be said ment Makes us look at every thing on Tell their worships they are exceeding tho dork side Mr Eden sighed their authority and I wont go Then I i see what you are said They give you half an hour to pack driving at but you confound effect without cause up and then you must pack off Mr Lacy shrugged his shoulders oponrd He I he he I and what did he sty his portfolio and exaniinad a paper or two Ob they give mo half au hourdo ttey You received a note from the Home says he you take them this and he wrote Office this morning Mr Eden In comthis on a slip of paper here it is pliance with that note have you prepared Tbo slip contained these words your enso There Is many n slip Twlxt tho cup anil tho lip Yes Will you begin by giving me an idea Well Mr Hawes what next 1 am victualled for a sinfe says be what the nature of your evidenco will be A page or two of print twenty of manand he goes into his own room and I beard uscript threo or four living wilncsies and him shoot the bolt one dotd hoJj What does that mean inquired Mr Hum I he seams in earnest gentlemen Palmer sir that you wont get him How long do you requiro to stateyour case It means Mr Lacy looked Hawes Can it be done to day out except by kicking him out Half an had been irritating their wounded vanity iu it his wutcb half peevishly hout was the reply order to get them up to this maik Only half an hour said WilIhen turn him out by fore Ay but half an hour neat No liams but the other two were wiser What do jou mean by neat we must not do that we can keep him out The minutes not lo bo counted that are if onco ho crosses the door wasted in idle interruptions or in argu I will manage it for you gentlemen ments drawn from vague probabilities said Mr Hawes whera direct evidence lies under our senses Do Mr Hawes went outi and primed Fry For instance that because 1 hare been twenty five years a servant of Christ with with a mrsssge to Mr Eden that a gentle man had ridden over ftom Oxford to see good repute there foro it is not to be credited I could bring a false accusation him and was at his houso Continued next week Mr Eden was in li is room busy collecting and arranging stveral papers he hud KENTUCKY JOURNALISM just tied them up in a little portfolio when unci Irceent he heard Frys voice at the door When ensiaiers ot llin that worthy delivered his mossage his lip Col II M McCarty Time Taducah Journnt In tho Very Rut he said curled with scorn The poetic greeting of Wallace Gruelle well I will disappoint the sly boolies in our hit weoks pspcr has recalled thought ho Rut the next moment looknames and incidents which we had not ing out of his window he saw a fly with a thought of for a long time Many of those At gray horse coming along tho road names are now only known through tradilast he cried and instantly unbolted his tion and to but few outside of tbo profesdoor and issued forth with a littlo portfo- sion Ho had scarce taken lio under his arm Wen Gruelle Noble and myself first ton steps when a turnkey pipped out from entered newspaper offices there were but a corner and stood sentinel over his room few papers of any distinction in Kentucky door barring all return Outside of Louisville Indeed if wo ex Mr Eden smiled and passed on along cept those at Frankfort Lexington add Ha descended from the first Maysville under the corridor the control of A G Here he found Hodges floor to the basement at the former plaice of Mich Hawes affecting business but not skillfully Wickliffe at Lexington and of R H Colenough to hide that he was watching Mr lins sr at the latter place the whole edi- Â¬ Eden out torial talent of the state was centered at In the yard leading td the great door he Louisville At the head of journalism of Aba I thought be found the injustices the state in those days of course Mr Prenwailing to see me out He raised his hat tice stood pre eminent Wo can only reThe politely Williams took no notice call traditionally his earlier days in Ken others slight tucky The laurels he had won in his Theres ranny a slip contest with Shadrach Penn a foeman Twitt the cup ana tho lip worthy of his steel were yet green about said ho to them looking them calmly over his brow when with bated breath and then sauntered toward the gate we first hesitant whispering humbleness Mr Hawes camo crreeping after and ly invaded his sanctum and found the lion joined the injustices every eye furtively so much more amiable than we had imag watched the parson whom they had out- Â¬ ined him Fry himself had gone to the lodge witted Mr Prentice had Inaugurated now ideas to let him out and keep him out He was in journalism llefore his day the papers but a few steps from tho door Hawes were filUd with ponderous editorials on his heart beat with oxutati6n chuckled political subjects rarely contained in less Another moment and that hugo barrier than two or hue long columns nnd simi would be Interposed forever between him lar lucubrations from Agricola Publi and his enemy the prisoners friend Junius cola Probono publico or Open tho door Mr Fry said the chap something of thst sort Mr Prentlco em Â¬ Aud ployed short pithy paragraphs epigrams lain Fry pulled it quickly open and witticisms to Convince or persuade his let that gentleman in I A middle aged gentleman was paying off read rs 110 mado political journalism He also en- Â¬ his fly The door being thus thrown open terribly bitter and persona he walked quickly into tho jnil as If it be couraged talunt of every toft aud gathered longed to him about him tha very best Intellect of thel Inquired Mr Williams state So anxious was he that no deserv Who is this sharply The new coiner inquired as ing laborer in the vineyard of letters sharply Tho governor of this jail should be unrewarded for his toil that he I am the often gave mediocrity an audience in the Mr Hawes stepped forward governor The new comer handed him hit hope frequently disappointed that hit stimulus would rosolt in better things Tho card and a note said Louisville Journal contained the best Ideas Mr Lrfcy from the Homo Office Mr Hawes to tho Injustices Tbttt sir of the best minds In the ttate and Mr Prentico wot Ignorantly accredited with all are the visiting justices Mr Lacy bowed but addressed himself the good which emanated from a greit QavVchnfgoi have many ptople who were loarcoly hit Into Mr Hnwet only been made against you sir I am here to feriors in anything but wit humor or in see whtthor matters areTsucb as to calf for veollvit Mr Weissinjer tho partner of Mr Prentice In the Journal was a writer n closer Investigation Ho wst a judklout May I ask sir who ruaioi tbe charges of exquisite ability Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ After the Courier came tho Democrat with John M Harney as hs editor Mr Harney was a powerful though not a vety graceful editor He wns almost as reticent in manner as Col Kelly of the Commer-Â¬ cial but he made his mark on the journalism of his day Robert F Haird and D D Speare also made an experiment in a daily paper called the Whig about this time and though it betrayed a good deal of talent its career Â¬ Â¬ was brief lnt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In those dajs our friend John C NobU had a prosperous daily in Louisville which proposed to do and did a Considerable amount of tomahawking Johns logic and invective and Prentices wit and sarÂ¬ casm were often in sharp collision No- Â¬ bles paper if we remember right passed into tbe hands of the three chivalrous Col- Â¬ onels Pickett OHara and Stap Tha Colonels were all excellent writers though somewhat of the sopbomoric stamp OHara was tbe most accomplished of tho three They set louce in rest and threw down their gage to all comers with the true spirit of Knight errantry but the lists did not long remain open for them Their ca reer was brief but glittering Edwin Bryant R U Durrett and W D Gallagher all had their turns at the labor- Â¬ ing oar of the Courier and Edmund Flagg Leonard Hliss and Thomas L Shreeve as sisted iu tbe Journal The religious press along in those years was represented by old Father Ruck in tho Baptist Banner M M Hinkle iu tho Western Messenger Ben J Webb in tho Catholic Advocate and there were one or two other ephemeral experimentalists of othsr dsuominations Ren Casseday had the Chronicle of Western Literature whici was atjevcellcnt piper indespitoof its ambitious title If Casseday had secured a good business publisher he would havo built up a splendid literary journal but his talent did not lie in the counting room and failed to meet a remunerative market Of tbo humbler workers in the field wo havo matfy d6lightfil reminiscences Joe Rernd of the Journal Charley Kirk of the Courier and Oliver Lucas of tho Democrat were old and valued friends Bornd was a man of sterling worth a pa tient laborious and efficient worker Kirk whose now deplume of Se de Kay is still remembered had fine talent and good cultivation arid was ono of the best correspondents we have ever known Lucas was the piiuce of Locals He is the only 11a survivor of the ihrte last mentioned retired from tho profession soma years since to engage in something less laborious and more lucrative but he cant altogeth Â¬ er wipe off the stain of printers ink for ha still at fntervnls dabbles in uewspaperdom We have thus briilly run over a few of the names that eland like landmarks be Â¬ hind us without any attempt to classify or Thar are tsiociatcd in lo criticise them our mind with very many pleasant memo ries Most of them havo gone to their long hoaies but few survive hnd to those few we feel singularly attached by jeais of agreeable association In lagging we hope not superfluous1 611 the stage nn every year meet nnd ap Â¬ preciate and admit e new candidates for journalistic honors ho shall fill the placet ofthora who havo pasted from the field Tho press of tho slate generally is now up- Â¬ on a much higher piano than in the elder days and wo ftet that wt hue to watch and work to keep a position abreast of our more youthhll comrades Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho mserablo hovels calledtichool ftouscs the silly incompetents called etch Â¬ ers and tlio pitiful sum called the pubjlo school fund aro what disgraces the fair name of our proud coiumouwoklth mora Richmond llrrald than any thing else tmmm Breckenridge News t avaiiaci utivriAv iVHONKSDAY - MABCI1 II 18H3 naimr Suhjeel In ItieJecIslnnnftliollemocrallo Tarty lint J 1MIO0TOK KNOTT ef Mnrlon For Uovrrnor The onljr way to ccnpc ray Imlrs li to dye Ovkii on tlio Waliaili tlio manner of Is termed Terr ITnnteur lioK killimt iv proud person It wai start lie time witli Ailnm nt tlin rnjnyeiTn apart rib Ma first ilny MtcniotK declines to up the Ferry nny lonjer when shcr jrnes visiting tTii federal senate Tiik LouiivilU CouimcTclurs account of the rent flood of 1981 Is n nice Lit of humor mid imagination It makes all the difference fn tho world where jour rty is locatedwhether In the hoc lot or on your eyo Tug Stsnlon ISoom ia snail ns We add ihe Uf ndenon Newt nnd Hickman Courier to the column this week TiuMCt to Messrs Deck and CarlUleold Kentucky cams nut of the protracted tarifC context cohered with laurels 11 i Hwnnnt Hubboll toil and trouble is ex Senator Ferrys reading of the witches incantation rone in Mncbelh s n drnl of similarity fn the cntions of the fnrnver and the tailor former sows nnd the latter aewt nlo Tuen avo- 1 ho Wouldnt it be a good idea for tbo next legislature to enact a stringent sheep law in older to protect the dog of the state Tiir rogariee of fashion are not always Crushed strawberries is without method a new color designed for the creme th la rreme We like the ring of the declaration of the new edtors of tho JJaigow Times It has the clear and bell like sound of sterling metal as asserted by Mrs Stowo tho cradle is womans biillot boc then the mothers of twins and triplets arc unquestionably re Â¬ Ir peaters being afraid that ho will not Cori Ss be able to cope with snap j idgtnent in the Ijoniswllc circuit court clamors for change ut of renue Haiit county is in Mr Knotts district A mistake IouiiTills Commercial It is in tlio elutcnth district Mr Knolts is tlie fourth Oun young fritnd Mr Cfius II Moorman of Lnthnm Ala will please ncccpt our tbnnUi for the carnival number of the Mobile Jtcgistcr The Whitcsvtllo Enterprise is a neatly primed little paper that reaches us fiom AVhitcsville Davitss county Ky Success t the modest venture WliiClNS figured up a furious storm that was to hae dcrastcd this section lust Friday The consequence was the prettiest spring day imnginablc Â¬ The smnll poi has entirely disnppenrcd NV from Katt Tcnnccse Item Hut that greater armirgp Lou Houck still rav Â¬ age that unfortunate neitinn A Tkam iheriirshnt a disorderly porion to death in the court room Inst Friday du many members yet but one body And A cohTMiiiiuwircoiniiientiiigon thesug ring the progress of n trial Texas sheriffs the eye can not aay unto tho liund I bars gettion that Col W C P Hreckenridge understand the nrt of preserving order in no need of thee nor again be head to the should be selected by ths legislature at the court feet 1 have no need of you Now successor of Gen John S Williams in the While his competitors are scouring the continues Paul ye are the body of Christ federal senate objects that Col Hrecken What better ridge lives in Lexington state in all directions Polk Johnson is hard and members in particular What of that nt work sixteen hours out of the twenty four portrait of the church of Christ can be Is his genius cribbed in the corporato limits Chritt it the tout the vitality of of that town earning tho daily brsad for his wife nnd painted Is his eloquence cabined this body and the variout denomination children belweon the Town Fork and Paddys Run that accept Chritt and Him crucified aa Trn opening of the Kos lolitechnic In- their foundation are the aiembart of Hia Is his talent confined to Fayette county who would deprive stitute in Tcire Hauto Inst week net the on body aa for inatance the Methodist de Shame upon the carilei Kentucky and tho union of thu services of t re population of the town to searching nomination represents one member the her most brainy and eloquent ton because tho dictionary for the meaning of the word Ilaptitt another the Preabyteriau another he happena lo reside in the blueiasi repolyclinic the Ipitcopalian another and ao on gion Shame upon that fell spirit that through the entire catalogue of Christian would invoke discord by raising the absurd Tiik Michigan democratic state convenuntil we have the complet- yell of locility in a mailer like this These tion Inst Wednesday dcclaied for a tnriff denominations Â¬ Â¬ This wisdom desrendelh tut from kbore but Is sarthly aenaiial tlnvillili To onr amaremmil tlie Inconcrntlal re For where envying and striU Is there Is Vher0 mark we Indulged In latt week anont mlr confusion and every evil wotk plt prlefijthli hare been construed by our can one find amort filling description of rood but mistaken friend HtY Dr Hayes I prlrofiht It Is tarlblj ten Into a persona assault upon him notwith tual devilish1 It producei envying and standing our disclaimer In our article of strife And ill fruiti are confusion and We only usad his every evil werk In tho community and any such intention name as wall as that of our other ditln among professing Christiana It la nietn- gulihed friend Rev Dr Cbleman because here of the body of Chritt warring not their names hud ticcn freely usad In con agtlnst Sttan and all his works hut nection with a pulpit fisticuff tlie collapse against each other and against tho body of which served as the text for our lucu- itself which Is Chritt brations in such manner sa to stir up Finally a word nr two about the exam feelinga of discoid among peoples that ples cited by Dr Hayes and wa are done should be brothers and aistara in the causa Chritt disputed in the temple not with uf Christ not at all consonant with the people who acknowledged Hia divinity ac love the unily and the purity of heart and cepted Him and fallowed Hit teachings conversation that become the Christian but with those who denied Hia divinity character We but expressed our delight and rejected Him and Hia tenchlnga And unprofitable nnd ao with ihe apoatlet disputing with the that such unseemly wicked contest hsd bean avoided and in peoples in th market jdacea They dis our usual rough and rugged fashion for puted not with one another but with peo we wero not tiained in the use of tk pol ples who denied and rejected their Matter ished rapier of rhetoric gave utterance to And the Sword of the Spiiit was placed our opinion in a general way of auch en- In thoir hands not to massacre each other We did not aay nor did we Em with but to go out amng the heathen and counters ily nor did we dream of saving or imply- tho unrogensrate and conquar them Into ing that cither Dr llajes or Dr Coleman submission to th Suppose Drs Spirit were lower than prize fightera dog fightara Hayes and Coleman should meet in a puls Dr Hayes males pit encounter and the one should demolish or that application of his own motion even the faith of tho other the victor would sim though he has to atietch the meaning of ply succeed In maiming the body of Chritt our language to ita utfeoat tension in order of a member and therefore be doing that Whore to secure himself a text to fulminate much gratuitous work for Satan against us What we did say was that wo fore it is that we pronounce against and would rather attend a prize fight a dog denounce these unseemly irreligious and bait or a cocklng main than one of these altogether unnecessary combats aa de pulpit pummetings because whatever of atructiva of Chriatian love unity and fel evil there nay ba in these tilings the re lowshipas worte in proportion to the ligion of our blessed Saviour ia not degrad vaitntat of th tvili they produce than ed and lacerated by through and of them prize fights dog baits and cocking maint Wa aland And we repeat that declaration Tin Meade County News grabbed the by it It is the truth At the same time we will take occasion to intarjeclionally wrong pig by the enr whan it identified remark that nothing under the heavena our Hew ley villa correspondent Ignotus ua to attend and witness as a broken down politician nnd drunkard could indue He bns never dabbled in politics never either a prise fight deg bait or cackiug used intoxicants in his life and it a young main Hut it is not our purpose either now or gentleman of irreproachable character and at any other time to engage with Dr unexceptionable habits Ilayas or any oat else in a controversy Tiik Southern Kentucky Republican over this matter but to endeavor to make would like for u to define what w mean our meaning of last week more plain for by tariff for revenue only We mean fear that others besides Dr Hajea have that impost duty should be laid only to an placed an interpretation upon our lan amount necessary to pay the absolute ex guage that we did not intend it to bear penses of the government honestly admin Hence wa nor propose to define oursalf istered and we apply to that system the wore clearly designation of tariff for revenue only to What la the object of these pnlpit wran distinguish it from that othar system false gles Certainly not to advance the cause ly detignsted tariff for rrotectlon to of Christ and add to the glory and empire American industry hut which is in realiof His church That can not result from ty bounty paid to manufacturing monopostrife and contention among brethren lies 1aul in hit first episilt to the Csrinthiant Mu IvKnrr refused to leave the post of recognizing the diversity of peoples and duty nt Washington to come home nnd temperaments that must be embraced in the genoral plan of aalvation known under contest for tho gubernatorinl nomination Hut his duty there the goneric term of tne church of Christ with his competitors ended with tho xpiralion of congrers and likens that church to the human body and in one of the moat beautiful and perfect he lint returned full of tho determination figures of speech we have aver come across to inaugurate n vigorous nnd decisive can He will not weaiy bit in a wide extent of rtading conclusively von without delay audiences with long discourses on grneial shows that all denominations that hold to the faith of Christ can bold to that faith political topics but will tnlk to the people according to their own conceptions of form in aplainttraightforwnrd way of matteisof We lnve never doubted and duly without jarring ono against the local importance other or conflicting with each other upon for an instant his ultimate success nnd the great fundamental article of belief when the mntses of the party sec and bear For by one Spirit aaya ha are we nil him his triumph will become to assured baptized into one body And then tbt that tho May convention will bo resolved argument with which he closet his illustra- into a meeting so far as the gubernatorial tion leavea no doubt aa to hia meaning nomination is concerned the sole duty of Hut now God hath set tlie members every which will be in obedience to the over one of them in the body at it hath pleated whclmiig demand of the I cnple to go through the formality of naming him the And Him they were all one member democratic nominee for goverror where xcere the budyl Hut now they are 1 VI VI T Pit vx mm TIS G truth put Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of ntners busy grldlng sabres nnd oillnc gunlofki not knotint what moment It mlht please tlo vnlinnt hero to relnaitgurato war In the land Jutt nt the opportune moment when all the signs portended conflict the democracy of Hart county tnsptred by n spirt that could not bo mortal met In mast convention and nominated Gen S II Hucknerfiirgiivimnr thus opening up a new and unexpected path out of the land uf blllcrnesrt nnd con tention nnd threatened war Into the Unwcry and bird aingin i realms of perpetual pence Genernl lluck nnd uuivertal brotherhood tier being the incarnation of ihe idea of the Gray and Csptlng Murphy being the incar nation o the Idea of the llluc why not srizo propitious opportunity at the happy hound nnd blend the Gray nnd the Hluo together at the gray of tho dawn It blended with the blue of the morn by placing Cnptlng Mur- Â¬ phy on the ticket for lieutemint governor Think of It 0 ye i atrlots that rsteiu coun try above pnity I I ook upon tho ticket of love and reconciliation Tlio Nouli Dftvo Tlcllrit ua and thousand Â¬ Â¬ S PRIM C AMOU ICEMENT 200 TO 500 OUR STOCK OF X A MONTH FOR YOU Tho ability to etrn hit salary ran ho renillly tlmroaglily and elTrctuxHy acquired by any person of ordinary Intelllgrneo In from two to Have yuu beard of tliree innntln of practice thornew White lystein of Anil tho wonderful facility with wlilcl It can Do you know that Experienced be acquired fitenngrapliors In any and all of our large cltlos heve an llicomo to day which It uhtuliitt imtf fnulnrtl tlo nut fill to wrlto nt I Wo have successfully established a mothod of SHORT eC AiTI3 PAPER 3ST ZD 3F1 Â¬ Tcaco on KarlirTniTttod Will to Man TOR Â¬ LESSONS BY MAIL Whereby th art eon be learned In Its entirety In a very short tlmo This system Is acknowl- Â¬ edged to possess advantages which havo long slnco nlaci if II fi the Foremost Hanks and It stands to day with thoso who have solved tho wonderful mysteries or the Art noVKRKOR SIMON liOLtVAll 11UCKNKR Of the tray DAVID ASIITAltUliA MUHIlIY 0U lirUTttAKT OOVtnXOR Â¬ chicken-fi-ghter- Ortht Jllue n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ single a two thought combination WITHOUT COMPETITION a two revelation an inspiration full If you nro Imitrt and energetlo and possessed of the harmony of tho Music of tho Union or a reasonable Uegrco or mental ability ymi are just the one to mak yoor way Inn short Tiir Southern Kentucky Republican fu time to the front ranftt of the Verbatim Army Wrlto riously aisalla us because of our recent ar- Â¬ tern is us for circulars explaining why this tyt tlio inoit readily mnstoreil ml thunliurt ticle denouncing the thefts of th public cat known to tho Steiiogruphlo World Addrct domain by itt parly In the thap of rail AMERICAN PHONETIC INSTITUTE rord land grants Th Republican Hies 23 Wavcrly Place off at a tangent and hammers away at th Now York City husks of peeled walnut instead of crackV TC TIIMTIi llnsiagcr ing th nut itself and gettingat its meat Tho roads w referred to are roada that have never been built and probably never will be built as Ihe Northern Pacific St Croix Mexican Gulf tc whose grants hav been forfeited for years nnd conse quently who by that forfeiture in equity have lapsed their titles Will the Republican contend that these collapsed corporation are entitled to those lands which were donated to them for a specific purTHE NORMAN STALLION pose when that specific purpose ia voided Aa for bath parties favoring or failed those grants whan they wero mudir lb Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Itnt that O E3 IT lEHZ 2 SPRING SEASON Are now arriving and the line will be found to embrace everything needed by the trade in GILTS BRONZES SATINS PANELS congrettet that squandered tbcta landt contained but few democrats and they with but one exception to a man opposed Tho doctrine of the democratthe grautt ic party has ever been that the landt are held in trust by lb gtntral gotcrnmeit for the people that the laid general gov ernment hat power only to tell ihein to actual lellleit and that the proceeda o th salca thould be equitably divided be tween the icrernl states and that congress transcends itt powtis when it donates thorn to private corporation for the cou ttiuction ofwoike that iuur profit solely And that it to such privat corporations Wtlght 1550 lbs will stand the entlreyear our position on the land question whether 1883 at the rubles of K Ogleby ono half utile west of Cloverport Ky it may pleats our umiable contemporary mistniiBTioN W can to term it Hourbonitm or not Hercules wastline ymrs old last August la not be frightened from what w conceive to 16 hands IiIrIi iron gray lrgo flat bone ba a right nrd true position either by op heavily muscled well proportioned body beou tlful hend and neck and fine stylo and aollon probrious epithets or ridicule Â¬ Â¬ FRESCOES BORDERS AND DADOES S6ISBSI TERMS HEKCULES 2nd in large variety and all of the new est and most favorite patterns and colors Jt9tfXSJl a nee T5 agJgJ tfT Vv CXFJXJKtBtS Hab9 Â¬ if f20 will bo clmrged of which 5 ensh Is ser- Â¬ vice money and fli Insurmco to bo pxld wbon tho innro It known tu bu in foalj JI5 cash by W H Wiiitk JJtnr Sir 1luine send the season end f 10 cash fvr the sIiikI leup mo II dozen Lung Hiilsuui I huvc nctei Pdrtlnn with tlie maro befiro she I known to snldnny medicine that hat uiveu tlie satis bein fonl will fiirhit the loaurance money Cars f lion tin whut it piupics In euro ns will bo taken to prercut accidents but w will not bo responsible ahould nny occur Whites Lung Hilnm Vnuis Ac You nro cordially Invited to cull and examine W V WoimiAM our horse beforo selecting another to breed from There Is no other brood of hnrsu su wall adapt Â¬ A lodging house at Brownsville wood ed to the wants of our farmer or on which we camp Dakota Territory hurntd Sntuiday can ai suicly depend for improvement in the nlgit and ten men were burned lo death chnracler nnd form uf our niongrol broeds LriTciiMMn i U - - II Hire Unit i rkiu SialUrnclloii Kr Nov 11 1832 Dn SHADE FIXTURES CORDS SELS ETC ETC ETC TAS- Â¬ Four othera were seriously injured Miai Klvira Duncan dauchtrr of a prominent Wayne county farmer is mya tenously mitinf Uy asking ton much we may lore the Kidney Wort littlo tlin wo hud before Ky Manager Cloverport Ky Ilolti Ky Marcs from a distance fed or gruied for a ran to tablo price Ni lesponsibility fur atoiJcrlt K OOLKSIlV or genres Hancock Co 1 IKOlJZUVJOUH J OPinritsNs Thomh IncMxra Hulls Ky Hamrlviok KUnLEtnr In this line we show the very laÂ¬ test styles and patterns Please call and examine the stock JOHN D BABBAGE BAKERY AiMD CONFECTIONERY - nsks nothing but a lair trial This Jren it fenrs no los of faith in itt viitut A lady wiites from Oroiinu For thirty I hive been nfilicted wtli kidnev jturs nmplnints TwopnckHgetiifK dney Woit good tlinn all tho med have dunn me in nro I icine nnd doctors I huva litid before bnliuvu it is u sure emu na IISEmi AnTICtEa 4 HIAUTJFUL flliRAL CMOUO CAKDt to fill who od two postage nuj 30 stamp culaa ainullonllilanapart reRL Slook Iam n4 u EBaitiojcoKtw fr lllnlrll CITY Â¬ A FAHKEKBEEGXnsicLIrLSbUTg- S D5C3r IF IR IE IE for revenue only Kvidenllv the Michigan democrats are still moved by tho patriotic spirit of grand old Lewis Cats - Caiimsu- is being prominently mentioned by leading democratic papers all over the land in connection with tho wee presidency which is a flattering tribute to the moUt merit sterling worth and unselfish patriot Â¬ We also atstrtod that nine out of tan ef ism of that gentleman thsae who engage in these pulpit contesta Ov r a dyer of Ioxington ashed Tom war actuated by the selfish daair to excel Marshall to furnish him n motto for a sign aa polemics To this Dr Hayes dissents and claims that he has engaged in them Wlut is jour trade he asked Im a only by the deaire to advance the djer ns the reply Tom took up a pen animated honor and glory of hia Maatara causa and wrote on n strip of paper Otherslne Vary wall U than ia the tenth Hut to die but I dje to live we hold to and reiterate our charge agaioat KiMK Ihe Louisville Commercial lias the remaining nine tnVen to prophesying the defeat of Mr That there ware pulpit pritn fighlera in Knott no have the highest hopes of his tlie apottolic daya men wh loved can mccen Tho safe way to interpret the Com- tentiou and vain babbling ia evidenced mercials political forecasts is by the rule by th frequency of Paul warnings of contrariety Whoever It predicts will agaiutt disputations in all his writings bo clecttd is sure of defeat For instance he writes to the church at Philippi Let nothing be done through We nro indebted to Senators Heck Wil but in lowliness of strife or vainglory liams nnd llayard nnd Representatives the other batter mind let each esteem Knott Mckcnie and Tucker of Virginia Do all thinga without than thenuelvre tor Kindly lemembranca during tbo late murmuring and disputing thatj may congress Mr Knott has r laced us under be blameless and harmless the aona of apecal obligation for hound volumes of the Qod without rebuke in the midst of a records of tho Inst three congresses crooked and pervtrae nation among whom j fhlro at lighta in th world Ilnius county when it unlhoughlcdly And hit brother apoitle Jamei In hia can-e-- a sentenced Albert Hay lo trn years in the epistle lo lb twelve trlbea tcattered penitentiary for nltempted rape Inadvert cautions thenr against the tonrua abroad ently added an additional ray to our worthy which boatteth great things After sun of humunilarianism who governor speaking of bleating and curling proceed promptly pardoned thu scoundiel In order ing from the isine mouth which he da wo presuiun to tho Darren county that he Doth a clarra ought not to ba he asks still boss is fountain tend forth at the tame placo i Can the fig tree A ucritnitUAV costtotuporury wants to twact water and bitter know what wo lira going to do about Dave my brethron bear olive berries either a vine figt So can no fountain both yield Ferguson tho Louisville dnmocratio thief Who it a wise man nit watar and fresh As wa never undur nny circumstances sup port matures liko Ferguson forollice wo and endued of knowledge among you let dont knnrr that w have nny special call to him eliotv out of a good conversation lilt Hut if donny thlngabout bis case beyond express works with meekness of witdnm ing the hope that he will rccelro the full yn have bitter envying and atrile In your beat tt glory not and lie not ajjaiusi ths jn sure of punishment for bit crime Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ed tymbol of the perfected body of Christ And at if to impress upon the membership of the Corinthian church ihe full meaning of hit illustration Paul tells thorn the body is not one member but many If the whole body were an eye where were the hearing H the whole ware hearng where were tho smelling Â¬ Â¬ are the days when the demociacy needs all the brains and the eloquence it possesses in the nntional councils We are fur selecting such men as Heck and Carlislo and Hreckenridge and Hnckhurn to reprctent our stale and parly in Washington even though they all resided in the same county Wo toraly need the or the same town tervlcei of such men the country ncedt their witdom and their patriotism and ha hat but a feeble idea of the tituation who would object to utilizing the genius of William Hieckenridge because forsooth he doea not reiide at thit end or yon end or any where else in the state than hia present home I he democracy of thit county it witer than this and when it comet to the lection of senator its representative will bo found recording his vote for the gifted Hreckerridgeshould his name be presented In preference to any other citizen of the ttato We know Hreckenridge down here and we know that the state docs not hold his poor Â¬ New Advertisements Will be mlwl rant to all apruoauta and to oua- tpmoraof loatroar without oraertn It IteouUl m about 171 run euo llliutratlona vrlcea aoeurata rfptcrlpUom and vilutblu tllrecuoue for pUnUac 1100 Yirtatiaa of aftta1la and Ftowftr 8Moe ilaota Vrult Tree eta Invaluable to ail eepo- - Kccps constantly on hand Fresh TU eadOnkes and a nice assort ment Cnndifls Nuts Canned Goods Tobacco and Cigars Oranges Lem ons and Domestic Fruits always on hand and served in nny style on short notice drop in and seo mo when you come to llnrdinsburp Â¬ Â¬ Sheriffs Sales for Taxes OYSTBBS Dont fail to MJ1 WfliTSe D M FERRY lly virtue of an act of tho Ieglalatura ap Â¬ proved April 8 1880 nnd fui taxes pnld by mo due tho Commonwealth and Jlreckenrldgo County for the years 1870 nnd 1880 I or one of my deputies will on the 2nd day of April 1833 between 10 oclock a m and 1 oclock p m at tho Court bousodonr in lUrdlnsburg sell at publio sale to the highest bidder for cash In hand the following described property In this county or to much therouf as may bo necessary to pay tald taxes costs and commit aions and against the following persons v In S C ORAWFOIID One town lot 1841 in the town of Webste For description tee deed datod June I 18S2 in Deed Hook V page 124 CO DETHOIT MlOH ALBERT FAI1RENBERG 3SrE WS AMD- WILL BUY THE 25 Circuit Codrt Admr 1 J JOHNSON sale for Has just received and offers DOORS SASH WINDOW GLASS c Weekly Courier Journal LI I L - I II is1 j1 i Â¬ It renlly seems at if tho kind littlo god who tits up aloft to watch oer tho fortunes of the Amoiicnu jack always interposes at tho proper time to prevent things from go- Â¬ ing all to smssh Thanks lo the persis tent pattintism of the Triville Danbunc the old quarrel between the Hluo and the Gray bids fair never to cease although Avery good citizen lintli been praj ing these many years that tho dead past bo permitted lo bury its dend Hut this dots not suit tho martial humor of thn vulotoiis Capling Muiphy He left the hnivonly glades of his native Ohio to beard the dead lion of Rnruh in lua lain 1mi nil lilt llin frntli to Dlxlo oven though ho has to dig Into tho gravo of nenrly twonty years to get nt Its crumbling bones In order to howl his truth Into tho hole In the grinning skull wheie Dimoh ear was wont to wag to the Inspiriting music of battle Whatever af fect this conduct may Imv had on the o confederatr clement it wai any thing but indicative of thnl peace which paaseth Cup ling ibiphys utideiilauding and hutlrpt Â¬ -- IUSHAM S572 100 ncrct of land known at the Joo Dowell tract near Joel For one year postnge paid No family In Hreckenridge county can be supremely Adklnt happy without them Ono lot JOI3 DKAVIN8 Hmns f272 J D HAIlDAaB For description tee deod dated Address In Mooleyvlllo 33 Wall St Cloverrort Ky March 31 I8G9 In Dood Hook 28 pago 1G4 AMEN D Also Contractor and Builder Worir done in modern style and on reason- Â¬ able terms rPB of land 393 100 acret MHS MAHAIA PAnil fico deed dated August 19 1873 In Hook 30 page 200 Deed IIKVKY VAim 308 100 acres of land 1 1878 In Heed Master Commissioners Notice HmccKKNiimnK IKWhcatloyt Defendants Tho Children nnd Heirs J of I 11 Whently All 1 arsons having claims against the estate 913 One town MnSSUSANilIiMn lot In Union Slur Bio deed dated February uf Ij j Wheutly deceased nro hereby no Â¬ tified to produco their claims properly proven 28 1801 In Deed Hook V page 128 on or beforo tho undersigned Commissioner One town lot In bifura tho first Monday In March next 771 JOHN A IlKKSIJ Hee deed dated November 20 Ilewloyvlllo Commissioner of aald liven undor my hand at 1880 in Deed Hook V pago 151 court this 1st day nf Tobruury 1BH3 V 11 HAIIIIAUK MCll00 71 acres 1HS2 STKlIIIINT HIIOWN of laud See deed dated February 1 1870 in Deed Hook 20 page 591 30 acres of 551 JKMIMA Ii3IIi land Hee deed dated September 28 1852 In Died Hook fi page 210 Ono MR8 MATILDA TOItlKrtT lot or partol or parcel of land In Hardlnshurg vv Powers furmorly owned by adjoining lioo H 8 Gardner JOHN TOimUT4Jl 01 acres of land Seo deed dited Jauuary 29 1877 In Deed Hook 32 page 13r JOS M OKA Y f 2172 One pen of corn on See deed duted November Iook33 page 315 against Ilalnllu I RLtm fflFIftllB RiQIOlBBlaitaf OUOINsCOO bULLE M LOUISVILLE KY AAI I Bf PRACTICAL BOOK KEEPING SCHOOL OF STENOGRAPHY No P Eatabllshed IS40 tux csixaatTta a I i etM BRADFORD f8 Hk uota nixancuiaur Iw PORTABLE MILL COIli WHEAT Mil for ticrlttrt rtrta Aildreta plainly TH0SBRADF0RD4C0 Text JloOaSt Over 25 leafs a Practical Accountant V 84 a5SaVfp 5 briXMix A Co m ua imr si CINtI NATI0 et 33STI30iSHX BX ALL TIECEI PROMINENT MERCHANTS LOUISVILLE Send Stamps for Circulars and Spoolmeiw of Penmanship H bis premises Uy O D M naf M VM Rhodes ex ilcOuitlilil HI0HAKD80N ex D8110 3DC to 20Vrtni7t Fortland Maine ir ffi S DoSOLLAR Secretary BEN C WEAVER Principal tttttttitttBWwcitSBLieeaa 1 a i n and level ut pot lioute politicians forfeits the right of rtspnt fiom all honor 1 do not therefoie able and honeit men with to be clasicd with such espeiiallj by so honorable and esteemed a man ai the gentlemanly editor of our local paper There are some chargea aualnit which It Is a delicate mailer lor one to undertake lilt own defciur but at the rlik of being lliuught a little tain nut an egotist I vtnlure to snj that you Mr Editor are wiiUken when you lay that no man or woman list ever btn converted nun their original beliel by the ariuuienle of the op- Â¬ To say nothing of the posing lolemlc fact that have wltnened tuun conrertloni and been tne agent in nccemplUhing them it la to mn matter of surprise that one to justly vain ai yountlf of reputation ai ahuuld have overlook a nentpiptr man ed the lacl that no threat aucceii wai ever attained either in religion or politics ex It is when cept by the fiiction of debate mini dairies with mind that coruscatiuus of truth are seen It is true tbe Saviour did not set Paul and Pelir by tho ears nor pit John against Timothy in the ting but it is alio true that He both ol debate attacked error and withstood assaults of rrroristi It it true He did It as only the Master could do It but be used tbe Swoid and with that snord He of the Spiiit armed Ilia apottlet and their lucceisort In the miiiiilrjr and tent them forth to the conqueit of the world And right manful ly have they wielded it Pauls whole life after bit conversion wai a contiuuaut He disputed in the synagogue warfare with the Jews and with the devout person and in the market daily with them that Acts xvii 17 The apos met with him tles sometimes debated among themselves as in the great coneration of tbe apoitles and eldera at Jerusalem Tbegieat reformation headed by Mar- Â¬ tin Luther was nccomplished by meant of diicunion Luther and it coirj o agalutt the pricit and biihopt of the Ko Methodism literally fought man church her way to auccets and is to day ono of the greateit powers in the building up of In- Â¬ true moral character in the world deed thehittory of the church ii a history of polemici The nme it true in polities and you Mr Editor wield a nimble pen and fur ought I know your tongue at times in these debatei I heartily with yon auc- Â¬ am able to judge you ceii for ai far aro generally in tbe light It it trne these debates are lotntlimet ihamefully conducted and the partiot degrade them tclrei alntl semetiinit in tbe halls of our congren But this is no argument againit debnlei but only aganit the manner of their conducting Ai well might you let y Jiuself agninit the diicuuiou of all quel tions of policy and polity touching nation al aud itale governments btcauie of tbe diigracefal and degrading coidict of some politicians ai for tho imne reason lo array yourself ngaimt the diicusiion of all relig All I aik it that you dii ioui queitioni tingu ah here at you do there It it not the thing but the abuie of it that it wrong For that nrong I hare no excuse to make If I could not debate at coaicientiously and religiously at I would preach a ter moa 1 would not dubate at all Nor would I do it if I were not impelled by the tamo seme of duty and love of truth I say thu afirr having made my record in that line and without fear of biing confronted by any act er word of mine to tbe contrary Cnll this egotism if you will Ll am noi anire oi ever uavinz raiue an enemy bv that means among those who hate I mean heaid m nor of alienating the heiitt of others On thecontrarv I have mndelile long friends among tboie whole doctrinci I have oppoieJ 1 am arrarc howover that prejudice er 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 ravjM 1 1 RECKENWDGE JN EWS V WKDNKSDAY Afr 7a MAWClf iVItJHlC U our nnJ wife ft f Irrnih liiim cups and1 raucers Mr and Mr IMrharH Mremnnj haiuNome hordeird Ixiile loth Mis Geor gia Moreman pnlr nl si twr pickle standi Â¬ jecfi Is fctitnled by the si lfih deilre to deicends to achier fame a a polemic JOLLYS SCHOOLHOUSE TMt is a Jolly vicinage and jet I tee very little iu yuur culuniui lelativa to itt doings Milt Matlie Matrn a charming and pe tite biunttlc who hat been vitilliig rela tives here for the pail two weekt left for her home lait Satutday leovingour Forrcit Â¬ I tin rcunry authnrUed OurrtupviulenL Trnvcllntr AroiiI W nf llewhtivtlle Trixcclhit Aicnt and raToTTHiTrQrsLATUnEt an Independent candidate lo rep rctrnt JlrekenrMio county in tlio popuUr branch t the genoral eiseinbly at IMo eniulng August election WILSON n We are authorised to announce Mr J I fAOAIi HlliVITIE Knpmns Caramtlt Mr M t IUTTmco In town Motcltr of Iellvllle wat Saturday T y the Saot Knot 1or ia1 at linlbaice a cliewlng tobacco Runsia tin water set Mr David Heriidon Lonnii nnd Matlie lee Mureiiinn pair of Mils Lucy pedestal silver napkin ring Washington a doren damask napkin Miuei MxttleMid Sallie Puiey set of oil vcr giibleti Mlis Annie Stallings cut silglnsi fruit itaml Mti It ia Mireiiinti ver pickle castor Mr Xach Stlth towels and luble napkins with fancy borders Mrs Stallings sliver walsr set Mr AW More man ilher spnoni Mr Jue Morouun box of stationery by Iliza and lianJ painted lamp by llelle Hie morning ol the 1st ot Marcu the bri- Â¬ dal parly left lor the grooms home at lien Muy they have exemplified ley ville Shnrcil Impel nro swietrit Bhnretl fenri aro fleoteit Fur Ihli ildoorlisaTin L I i Tu nil who are suffering from the ermn and Indlicrillutit u youth norvoui weakness early decny loss nf manhood Ac I will send a re olpo th it will euro you PURR Of Oil AIKJK This great remedy was discovered by a mil lion Kind n lelf addressed ary In South America tttn envelope to the IWr Joirrtl T Ixmak 1 nt Ynrk Cilji VI II II THE BEST WAGON ON WHEEIi -- vc V demlate Milt Sallie Pale one of Hardluihurgi belles it the gueil of Mill AuliiuMcQuaily and Ii niakingttd havoc of our boys beat Is Madame Rumor telle ui our fiiend Flag will soon hid adieu lo single blcssedueia and tramp ant in our midst a I exas blos IPST y TT1 H SMS r 4TB IS MANOfACTOUKD fW S7 BV ITK 17 hi JCiii B 4 T7 t tV -P New Advertisements GRAHDEXCUHSIOH Â¬ Â¬ TRIP som A Taul wedding It talkrd of wMi confi IT io wo tup dence for the near future pose it it all right Brother Allbright regaled nt list Salut dny evenvmng wth an excellent sermon from the li xt Whfttmcveryoiir hand find elh to do do with your might TO THE GREAT CINCINNATI DRAMATIC nd by ennfliilni mtraelvei ilrlclly to oiiccIumo work bj eraplovinc non- - but the ji ii ouii mi ii i m iiiuiii unit tru usiiiir noiiunt iwu uiA imi ii USTuf -- Uli UlKt T MUHt and by a TlIUltUUGll hNOWLKDOli ol the bnslncsi w jnrtly enrne i tho rep itulmi ot ranking RACINE WIS Faro Freight and Spring1 Wagons i 33fM WS ilAKE iVBUY V AIIIEY Of riiir vrY hare Hi Mn Hitchcock hasopened a rti urant in the lllversidu Hotel building Our publisher left on Iht packet Sunday morning osltntibly for Ioultvilla Siutre Win M MaltinclT of Planlera HjiII spent soveral daji in Town lmtweek Cannon of Planters Hall Mr Jai loit thret of hit btit honet with elatidert lait Week M All persons suffering from Co ghs Colds Aniiiiiiii Mniiionilis IOsn o voice or tiny nffectinn of thn Throat ntul Luns nro re qucKted to call nt unv drug stors nnd get n Trinl Hottlo of Dr Ivlngs New Dnjcnvery for Consumption fl cetifchtnge which will ennvinco them of iU wonderlul merits mid show what h regular dolliu sizo bottlo will do Cull early aroo of Charge FESTIVAL ON Clover Creek churclf deferred calling her pastor until tho next regular meeting Mitt Mallie Walkert clinrming prrtenco ii mined by us all since her return hume Tom Seaton snyt that tince our school THE STEAMER V K i I- - It Is not oten that Jake Miller our next Ilall doer aeighbor permits himself to be heard Mr Richard Owtn of Plants but went to Uultville lait weak to lay In bit through tho columns of tbe Ncwfl when he does he always lias something of print atock importance to say The certainty of the Mill Hennie Harmon of Hendenon ar coming of the railroad and the many calls charge of the be hat had for articles he did not keep in rived lait week to reiumo Catbolic school lUck have decided him to branch out It tried tti level but to enow Saturday more extensively than be bis done heretoanil Sunday out the high winds rendered fore and supply himself with a full lino of every clasi of goodi usually kvpt in a first the attempts nbortire Hut class and complete hardware store 11 Severs or Union Star paisod Mr John he can tell his own ilory better than we with a fafi of 1128 down tho rirer Friday It would be needlen can tell it for him logs bound for Tell City hid for us to assure the farmers of this ccunty Dont buy Wail Paper and Window that he is an honeit dealer and would scorn Shades unlit Ton bare examined J D to misrepresent goods to effect a sale lSabbaitVi stock the best in the city to se- They already know that Here it what he hat te say lor himsell lect from Up With the Ilallroad Farmers and others detirinc n canteel To Mt Fmfcxiifl ASD Ccstomkhs I take lucratho ocency business by which 3 to this method nl informing yeu ef my thor20 a day enn b rnrnrd send nddreis nt ough stock of Hardware etc etc ilaving oucp on postal to II C WllKlNwiN A Co hid a great many calls for hardware of 195 and 107 Fulton Street Now lork every descriptioa and being unable to Intelligence was received here Sunday supply the wants of my trade I now wish to call yuur attention to my new stock of morninit that Dr Watkins of Owcniboro Ilaving purchased a complete was at the point of death baring been un Hardware conicious since Fridy Ht was thrown line I think I can supply you with anything joa may want I alio lne on from his hone abnut ten days proviout re hands a full line of Champion machines ceiving injuries that probably ere this such as Mewers and Single reaches the eTes of our roaders may havo Reapers Reapers also Hgent for llrrckeiiridge remind fatally county for the Wood Cord Binder all of As will be seen by bis announcement in which I will sell as close as any machines sold f c davt paper Hon J D Wilion has con I keep n full line of the beit Cooking eluded to offer for the legislature Mr Wilion is one of our best farmers a well Stoves and have tnarksd tbe prices down and once so ai to put them within the reach of all informed and clever gentleman rrpreietited the county very acceptably in My atock of Tinwaie Is complete and I alio keep a full lint of Table the popular branch of the Hate contreti cheap He will maVo the race on bis own personal Knives and Furks Spoons etc etc I have the best and cheapest Barb Fence meriti and not in affilialion with any politWiro iu tbe market and will fnrniih same ical organization I am agent for the pie on application We learn that Miss B Healrice Dunlin Oliver Chill Pluw and also the celebrated friends know as Miss llella is Old Hickory Waon wbom her doine very nicelr tilh her muiical studies I am prepared to do any kind of Iron or Sho is at the College of Tin Roofing having secured the service at Cincinnati Inking instrumental leiions under of a first clais man who thoroughly under Music Mist Harris aad vocal instruction from stands the business 1 alio put up Tin The latter aly speaks Guttering and Spouting Thoie who want Mad Maretzet her voice and predicts for roofing dono will do well to sv ma before vory hitfhlv of her a brilliant future From present indi- putting on shingles Rcspcctlullr cations we believe that Miis Bella will J L UlLlrit when she trows older adopt the opera state hope to see her a slar of the first nnd we DnuH Die III The Holme Kvansville Argus magnitude Rough on HntV Clcnrs out rati mice rnnches bed bius flics ants Indies chip Adrertlicd Loiter iiiuuki gophetv loo remaining in the Post Office Letters 1 1883 II not taken out in one March PULPIT PUMMELERS month will be sent to the Dead Letter Of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ marm law his fnriu she has been crazy for Iiinvlng MernpMi Tuculny April 21 nnd lil in She says Tom has a remarkable facly Â¬ ulty for reading her mind aright Ho never arriving at Cincinnati Monday Iht liltli ing excuislonlnts three evenings and a matinee mistakes IUtei grrntly riduiol Muslo and a general Miss Sallie T mistook Tice once for good line on board 0 11 KUSSKM Master Miss Catharinea grrat grandfathera spirit Sallie Mc tells ns the colonel is an if she doesnt know expert at bugging who should MS W GAFF WANTED Utnntsctnrcri have abolished the warrant hut Agenu may on ibelr own reipouilblllty tho folluwlnc warranty wllli each waun If so ayreeii to be well made In every par Ie- IIHOH WAGON No We Hereby Wurrnsit lie nlsrsndol pom matcri and that the Mretryih of the firur Is mitlclcut fur ull work wilh flr Btio Id any bcnkaa occur within one year from this date by reason of ilcfccih e material stage or workmanship repalri fur tbe same will bo urnlthvil at place of sale free of charge nr tho price of said repairs is per agents price list will bo paid In caiti by tho purchaser prodiLlug a samplo of the broken or defective parts an evidence Knowing ire tan sail you we solicit patronise from every section nf the United States Send or rrlces and Terms and for a copy of TUK UACINK AQItlrtJt1 UltlST to FISH BHOSi V CO It it clue Wis k4TME BEST WAGGP3 Oft WHEELS jij rllt rv J i BfMlti LEWIS CO - ail Â¬ Â¬ expectation of all The only i egret was that the liousa could not ftirniih Handing room for more limn half that came Great number came and Mt without even a peep at tho itsge which would have paid them for coming to lay nothing of the tlow of I acIi in the rend merriment therefrom lion of his or her part deiervra apecial mention and laudation but limited time dobart us Those gills I Well at on nil such occaiiont thby baffle description We could scarcely believe our seuiei in noting the grace ami listening to the eloquence of our boys we did not tuppoit that there wat io much latent titleut among us Johnnie won hit girl nt lait It may be all Is fair in lore but tbe Dutchman lud our deepest sympathy I he music by the band wni amply divine All were delighted and left frelinc it wm cood to ho there Mits Mattic will w eld the Lirchcn rod A In nni inirlftt unlit fli lift nf Tuiia hope she will not forget our i preciatinn of her eiitainmenl nnd favnr us with another Of such we would never tire Mr Nelson Jolly has prized nnd hat in readiness for shipment tbe last of his tobacco consisting of 18000 lbs Messrs Jim nnd Ed McQuady paid a flying visit to their parents last week Many good wishes for the popular Nkws Pkuiio Â¬ Farmers are busy burning plant beds preparatory for teed The school exhibition under the supervision of our teacher Mill Mntlie Roberts that has been looked forward to as un era of so much pleainntiicii came off last Fri day night far aurpiiiiing the most laiiguiue Â¬ rilTV 8TAVl FAKEltfl to clcir ISDfl aerti In Brcckmrhlco county Sternly work Call at Liberty Ilall or address for the svason E A BALDWIN Cloverport lintel Cluvtrport Ky WHOLESALE HAT No 621 Main Street ISAAC TH0S H A BOOMER LEWIS Â¬ fli for nil disease It hs specula totlon on this tnoat Important organ eubllnc It to throw off torpidity and Inaction atlruulatlng the healthy ncrotlon of the Bile and by Xoeplnc the bowels in fre condition effecting IU regular discharge IXyouanmiffsrlne rrom IWlcllciricli malaria hare the ehUla aro bilious dyapeptio or constipated Sidney Wort will suraly rollevo and quickly cure Zn tho Bprln toclaansothoCyslcm cyciy one should take a thorough oouno of It 11- LIVER of the Kidneys and in i ire II CRAWFORD McCLARTY JOHN WEGER LOUISVILLE KY A rombinatton of Pro-toxUltof Iron 1cruvian jsa rttana to tnioru i n a txtlatabla form 1or Debility Xom of Avvc tit frustration of fltal loicera it I indlinoua bte - 80LDBYDRU00IST8 Price HliDSISaYlifiBJ tl EJSVAIKOaUS Writes After a tnorousrh trial of the IilON TONIO I take pleasure in statin mat J nave peen frreauy Deneutea rjy lis uee jlnlatera and Fub lia apciucors will and It of the RToatest whore a Tonic isvalue neces sary I rocommond it as a reliable remedial acrent posacsalsir un doubted nutritive smd restorative properties iMlnHU Xy Ckl 3 1S8I nxmu nr ins Â¬ Â¬ ILQOE PURIFIES THC BE V JL 111 TO WNEB X conatdor It a moat excellent remedy for tho debilitated vital forosg Industry aaya TTSIE sw dr barter mmSmSmmmmiSmEmlSSmSSmmmSSSt MEDICINE oo m v iunt bt ct una illtes EDWARD WILDERS Kever falls to euro Fever and Ague Intermittent Fever Dumb Ague Orspepsls Liver Complaint Indlgeruon Cone ana Flux Jt will Cure Cottiveneis It Is a tale Antl billoui Altoritivt nnd Toole a mild and Delightful Imrlgormt for Delleste Women a powerful rooupo- fint alter tlio trams uu boon deullltatoa ana reduced by aiokneca ui excellent appetiser gives tone to the dlgtative organs proveuts Mslarla braces up the system strengthens the portal olrculstlon and clears tho whole animal economy from the seeds of disease Tho slightest attack of lever may be a prelude to tho worst and the remedy that would eonqner It whilst it Is yet in Its onrsmonocreent may bo of no valuo when It U at Its full deTClopment Parllm lnrly Is this the csuo with persons around whom the pestiferous Influence of Mslsrle clings lu Psinful Spleen end Weik Slemseh the form of Dumb Chills Drew Ague For the Cure of all the abovu DUeaau thin preparation stands unrivaled and lb good and permanent effects are attested by thousand aud It la recommended alito by the abitet medical men and the ministry TRY IT all you that are amleted and be convinced of Its wonderful power and bcnV elal effects Â¬ ErFatt brilliant nnd fashionnble nro Ojio packngo the Diamond Dye colors colon I to 41bs of goods 10 cents for any colon PATESVILLE Burning plant beds has commenced and so has plotting lung mm I fice Asberry Bowling Hobert Muck ay 1 U Uryan K Uard Hecht Mrs Sallio L Holt ingbotiie Richard Carter Henry Clark Miss Mollis Dunn Miss Martha Laitern Miss Mary Ford J T Glover Mrs Calh rine Gregory Cathrine Hudson J Huston Charei Jackson Mrs Mnhala Keenan Mrs K Kerwick George Lindsay W C McCain John Murpey V C MitchelElla May Peter Morion Mr Partenheimer Alison Pale Henry Pace Mrs Itosie Pate Miss Ella RTan James Husk RHStillwell Miss Nannie La Squires Miss Ada Smith Nathan Starka Mist Caroline Starki W WSmith Joe E Shelby Ellis Tate Ike Taylor Leonard Tanl Miss Susan B Win frey Baley Walker II Washington J C Hkiht P M been nfllicted for the last four yenrs with derangement of the liver enuring dyspep sia headache nausrn nnd general de rangement of tho whole system I hnvo tried a grent ninny preparations but found no relief until I tried one buttlo of your Taraxine which has permanently cured me I also found it to be good for the nguo I commend it to all who suffer with Very truly derangement of tho liver Rkv Thomas Whitlock vours For salo bv A It Fisher Taraxine Memorandum Boocs fre A BRILLIANT WEDDINQ Mn Wtint the mutator Sara 1IT HUR I have A Kttrrn My DcirSir Â¬ Â¬ NuptJnlH of Mr Cliaa A Druryana IllieM liiicy Jtluy Marcmuii KJItor Breokenrtdgo BniSDESDDito Mens A nprrial mentiorr The pretend were many and coitlv We are afraid we did not recelra a full list Silver castor MrAMoieman silver cake batket Mr 0 It Waihfo unique silver batter dUb with knife JJr D C Putty Charles A DrurV of Bswley ville Ky Mr many have striven for Miss Lucy was ono of Meade countys most admirable young ladies In her numerous persoaal paces and rare accomplishments were blended to form a pure noble type of womanhood MrDrury has been long known iu social as well as business circles to be one of the worthies possessing sterling qualities of heart and mind At 8 oclock the bridal party entered the parlor Mist Addie Ditto executing Men delsohnns Weddding March where the ceremony was impressively performed by Rev J M Phillips Uiis Lucy was attired in an elegant brownsatincostume diamond ornaments and if ponible surpassed her former lovely self Perhaps twas partially the effulgent light of Mr Druryf counter It indeed ance that added radiance seemed to shed a halo over all lie wore conventional black Misies Annie Stallings from Louisville ike and Rosa Mo re rain from Missouri were similarly attired in bridesmaids To say they looked fuschia red silks charming but imperfectly describe their appearance The rroomsmen Messrs A W Moreman and Zacb Stlth acquitted themselves gallantly The nupper tabjrsdecnratedwithJacque mot roses were a chef A mwre of the hot test skill To convey an accurate idea of the repast that embraced the choicest edibles would require a menu space for bids Mitt Georgia Moreman titter of the with pink bride wore bronze more satin trimmings Mlnet Carrie and Willa Drury the grooms titters were each at tired in slrtet costuniet of black Ottoman silk The gutsts were too numerous ta give Kv Msr 4 Wednesday evening February 28 a large number of friends and relatives anembled at Mr Alonio Moremans palatial residence Qlen Fount to witness the marriage of Miis Luoy May danghtor of the above to Mr Drory has gained the crown Â¬ ni7 Â¬ Editor nrtclenrldgo Xewa If your editorial of the 7th init under tbe above caption had ben written on geueial principles with no reference to rayiell 1 should not have a word to say I recognize jour right to hold and exprs an opinion on any and every subject and however much 1 might differ with you I should not ask the privilege of expressing tbat diflerrnce through yoar columm But when I am made the occasion and the Lult of such remarks as some to which you have kera given utterance I should be recreant t to my own sense of duty and of and feel that I was no longer entitled to the respect ot others lo recognition as a loin iff did not repel tho assault I am not unmindful of the fact that you disclaim any porsonal disretpect to me nor do 1 doubt the houeity of tuch diiclaimer I accept and reciprocate it But this does not extruct the gall nor turn aside the You have coupled my poisoned shaft name with what you are pleased te style a pulpit prizo figbt and to characterise as worse than a prize fight a dog bait or a cocking main and whatever respect you may feci or express for me I do earnestly protest that in tins instance you have given ita very unhappy and unieemly accompaniment and that wit eut provocation I have neither tuggeittd nor entertained a proposition to alllict thit community nor have I the with a pulpit prize fight reraotett idea ot doing so If however the circumstances and tbe cause of truth in my judgment demanded it I should not heiitate to engage in a discussion of relig- Â¬ ious subjects with any worthy brother between whom and mjself there might be And if you will differences of opinion charge it to vanity and not to egotism 1 will add not without hope of abating your prejudices ifjiot of changing your A pulopinion on tho subject ot debates pit wrangle I despise as heartily at you or cTtker man and became I do I heartiany ly tympathize with you in what seems judging from your editorial to have been your mlif rtuno But I protest against being made the target against which to disposo of arrows poisoned by such unfor- Â¬ Select yeur men in- Â¬ tunate associations stance your case and characterize them at the conduct and remits demand or justify hut in tbe name of honor honesty justice equity and truth I beg of you not to associate my name with any such You say of and you make these so called debates that they are rer lly nothno exceptions ing in the world but a tourney of egotism Now turn to your own definition of and ie and say it it kind marks upon egotism Is it right is it just lo couple roy name notwithstanding with such utterances your profeislon of respect and rtteem I do not can not believe that you meant it yet that very expression of esteem wat the feather which steadied the arrow in its course and pointed to me as tho mark for Immediately add that it is only when fou descend from the bich calling to en I gage in a pulpit prize fight1 that your voice will be raited in condemnation of Now the fact Mid it it gener tuch act ally known that 1 have teveral timet en Â¬ gaged in debate and the further fact that the talk of a debate in which I wai lo lake part wat the occation of your writing will In the minds of your readers serve to fix all your epithets uppn me and if what you hart laid it true I am not worthy of much less the respect due to a gentleman to eseem and confidence as a Christian minister I do net hetittte to say that the man or men who will make any phase of truth the bone of contention over which to wrangle and spit venom at each other and in tuch spirit at to gender tlrlrle among brethren and alienate the hearts of Christiana from each other is or are grratly out of place at teachers of the got pel of peace and that the miuliter who enjagiuK in the ditcuttiuuol reliiout sub- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing out of the fact thit I have debated and that I will debate if necenity is laid upon me and that such talks as yours Mr Editor cataloguing me with piize fighters chicken and dog fighters and the like are not cajculnted to allay tbat prejudice Aad this is one reason why I enter this I wish as far as poisible protest to live peaceably wilhallmen An J ifrou will lile jour objections against the wrong manner and spirit of doing a legiti- Â¬ thing a thing not only right but ab mate solutely necessary at times 1 will append a bcarly amen It is the extravagant sell important and arrogant manner nf giving utterance lo ones convictions with taeining disregard of the feeling and opinion of others and the application of abu sivo epithets such for initsnce as prizefight clog bait cocking main and tourney ol egotiim that render ditcuitiont a nuiiance and make that which may and ought lo be used tor good a power Tor evil 1 have not In conclusion written this in the spirit nf personal resentment but with the kindest of feeling and with the fullest penuaiion that you meant me no ptnonal barm I have however written under n aeme of duty to myself and the cause I ropreieut and with the hope that after the pummeling you have given sne we will become better acquainted and that you will do yourielf and me the favor of occupying tome of the occasionally empty benches in our temple ol worship With hearty good wishes for your editorial success I am dear sir Yours Truly 0 II IIatks Â¬ Â¬ ittt in certain quarteri againit me grow- Â¬ The roads are getting in good condition How are thoy down drying up benutilully your way 7 In the same happy condition Editor Nkws I guess the merchants of Cloverport wont be bothered wilh rats in theivt cllnrs ai they alwiijs take to tho bills in time of a flood POE COLDS STOMACH BITTERS 9EE SCFstttIEEeiJrS send about two of your joe boats out this way I think Reit Clark nnd Jeff ilall will tako one a piece as the water gets so they can hardly cros the bridge at times Mine Sallie B lavs she is in her teens And she and old enough tu catch a beau Sallie Jeff is about did catch one toe the best looking young man around any Juit QIBLEYSQEES c r tnilV IIL WP lor CROtM for All IIATIX All re All only the brtt sent out fJrfn npd Pnrm Herd ninnnnl lllntorr nnd Ixwt met nf mltnm of nralnn Knot fjrmia ClriMirfl Fodder rmi 1rrr of AXT 1IANTS Ilsntlnir ttl CJ I eta cnlrJOcte miunl ual03u4 end Jtltt J in of f 00R StOS jiiutjJiEOt HIRAM SIBLEY fit CO Rochester NY Chicago Â¬ how Skinny Men Wells Health Renewcr restores hcnlih nnd vigor cures Dyspepsia Impotence 1 Sexual Debility ii Chnriirio My first Is a namo poiienlve known whir A comparative oppoilto Umorj My next a poismior successor to bride tho Lriuo mny tiluh i dliclnlmtr Hid My third Ii a crawler of uiulllpllod kind Which all Inrtlnctlvely shrink from My fourth a iwret fluid and ono you will Qnd Not a nauseous fountain to drink from J My whole Ii an organised war In defenso Of tender and boautlfut young innocence correct solution of the abovo with a ret of elegant picture cirdi will be tint to any per son lauding iddren nnd 3 cent itninp to A V 1aikk Loui8Yitii Kt A Â¬ Heavy stomuchn billious conditions Wells Mny Apple Pills nnti billious ca- Â¬ thartic 10 and 25c lor Thick HeuiU Xlso Union Niar bclionl The following is a list of the pupils who stood highest at the last examination of the school at Union Star Illitory John D Cart and Geo S Mer- Â¬ rill A Geography John D Clrt and Geo S Merritt Ji Geography Dora Gardner and Jennie Dakar A Atitlimetlc John D Cart and Geo S Merritt II Â¬ coil Will praotlcehls profession In all the eoartl We dont hear much about tbe railroad of llreekenridfe Cnuiity tnd this Judlolal disof out this way only what Short Line trict Special attention clrit to the eolleotlon A Grammar John D Cart aed Geo Pellville tayt through the A iharo of pnbllo patrenate of cloluis etc S Merritt oltolted Mill Nelia tays the would like a new hat A Spoiling Line Caihman Geo S Bring CfOViiHOUT KV Introduce her lo Charllo her in Merritt and Hugh Barger i Inhbage who andthe Worth of Cloverport Veitles is Will buy Indian Arrow Points II Spelling Newsom Gardner and Axri Ilpei Dlsi nrdltl fitnncs Iottery pure -E- ditor Nkw Charity Casliuiin Wrlto fur Old Colin letrlfled Objeoli Ac Deportment for the term John D Cart lnoVtlonetomo tince prices Emma Mint C Geo S Merrill Charlie Cashtnan and Lau- you have been tick Hurry and get well Mata M Root Teacher ra Ruth He maket awful wry and tend to him a weik la voir ewn town Termi and S3 i Blue Eyes facet tome times Addcois 11 IHliktt 4c Co outfit fret FOll TUK Itnckleiii Arnica flulvo 1ortland Maine Tho Bast Salvo in thn world for Cuts Harriet Hnpson fell from a mule at Hop Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever kintville and broke her neck Horot Toller Chapped Hands Chilblaini CLOVEEPCM HAFDItl2UE Owentbero hat a case nf smalNpox and Corns and al Skin 12rupllonsand positively BEARD Proprietors SMITH a genuine cats has made Its appearance at Uiaguarnntcedtogiveperlect cures Piles satisfaction or money rofundod Hendenon Price Iesroi Cloverport for Hardlniburg dally ax centt par box rept Sundays at R oelnok a iu Unnneeti at The Free Press tayt Miltonlt u complete Cloverport with the Louisville and Hendenon The whole Inwn Is biny making gardens wreck and averts that the tnu suffered mail line steamers P riom desirinc convey Â¬ TIIIS IAllill 0 Year Ioyt and thn country illuminates tho nlgnis with more Itt proportion from the flood than any ance oan he ecromtnnpnted Kipren bulnen dsl epAsUlff 7Snts forO inuullis6Uu m 4 is burning plant beds place on ill J Ohio iiyr promptly atleuded to Hugh Barger Arithmetic Nannie Baker But Miss Annie saya not So far the thinks Reit is best looking You ought to have seen her begging Reit s ma to come down She was trying to gst on tbe blind side and I guess she did for Unit went She dont ask home with her tbat night Mrs Clnrk to come any more Bro W R Dempiey held a protracted meelieg at this place wilh good succvs Bro Campbell assisted about one week I wns sorry he had to leave and go homo on account of the flood They had a real good tried to meeting notwithstanding the d take poesesoion but tbe good brethren were too stiong for him Three boys stole sixty one eggt out of tbe neighbors hen houses aud mnde away with them raw did not eren cook them Old Uncle Jesse Marlow hat come home He hat been off being treated for cancer but bat come home lo die He cant lait long Some penon tried to break info Mr B F Comptont house the other day while the family wore a ay from home They went into tho hen house and broke up ono setting hen and stole all the eggs that were in the rest of tho nests Boys you bad better watch the next limn We never saw Ptllville but wait until the iron horse runt through and wo will pay Pellvillo a villi If we have quarterly meeting here thit summer wo will have to coek chickent fonourPellvillecorrtipondaiil will be here and he doet love chicken We have prayer meeting hero every Sat WIM IHJV THK nrday night Jircckciiriilgo News and Home rul Mr Pet Hall it corring home from Tex at I guen Mist Nelia will feel glad when Farm an excellent farmers appro her Pel gets back Juit Hand back boyt for one year Pets coming home ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Mitt Ada Jrtt of Ptllville it up trying lo gel a tchool All persons having claims against the estate You need not aik any thing about poli of T V Vessels deceased aro herohy notified tc oul this way Whitlow It all you can tu present them to tne before tho 5th nf April hear nowadays not pre All claim 1881 pnpirly proven tlino will ho forever I dont think there Is a family around sented before that M DkJKIINKTTE debnrred A Adinr but lift i bad more or Ictt lickntu in It March S 1881 COUGHS lias a Weekly Circulation of 1400 Copies is tho Only Paper in the Terms Roasonahlo County is an Excellent Advertising Medium THE EVANSVILLE THE NEWS dUtat ASTHMA Weekly Gourier Ain Tin mm ssXssjs I S 1 Breckenridgo FOR 225 A ISFqws UKINuM I BRONCHITIS YEAR INCLUDING POSTAGE Is jztid Â¬ requirement of American journalism It standi eonsplcuimi among tlio metrnpolltsn Journals of Hi fluiintrv ai a rrmnleta Nemnaner In the tjio d- inottor of toltgriphie icrvice IibtIi vnnliiK of onnnroiloii wills tlio KVANtjVIIIn DAIIiV UUllllEll 11 litis at ill comniHnu nil the dispatches of tho Westcin Associated Ireri As a MJWS pajisr It has no superior a rich variotjr of oondonned notes on Imhlnni Art Induitrlis Mlcrnture Science etc Iti Mar Â¬ ket Quotations are eoiuploto and to bo relied upon thu nvAXsviLin weekly coukirr ns a nnsurpissed in all the rcoonUcd pnier HERE WE ARE AGAIN With n full nnd romplcte Btorlc of Dry Goods Groceries IlaM and Cap Boots nnd Shoes Hardwares and Quccnsware No Â¬ tions tfce CONSUMPTION It Is In tho fullest lonse a Family Kneli issue rnutaiiii a completed itory Taper fis0 It Is uniurpased ni an Enterprising Iuro and Truitworiliy Family Newiiiaper The Ion Spec price brlns It within the resell ufnll imen copies may be teen at this oOlco Bbeml subscriptions to this office Â¬ V G BABBAGE MASTER COMMISSIONER MY PRICES Aro guaranteed tho lowest always Call on ine and see for yutir- bulf I mean biisintis and waiit to sell my goods liili COUNTRY PRODUCE rf- u- AXKINGHELQE I will pay tho highest market prico for nil kinds of country Produce in exchange for any thing in tho goods line Â¬ Attorney at Law IIAUOINSUUHO KV Â¬ and Nt H E B GREGORY Â¬ ciliiifsl AXKIHELOE Purest and Best en ff ii I Uttli J D BABBAG E DONT YOU FORGET I Remember tho place Dr Tay lor a old stand HA11DINSHURG KY a cM 35 jEam m fr J aiiJ j F jng the pbinlMlotn and scealnjf refttzc on olevatid land Many deaths by drowning bad better practice nro reported I think Meddler T3 abstinence while for temperance total Sleepless nights inndo mliernblo by thnt PELLVILLE is a wear point with lilrh and as for our terrible cough Shiloa Curn is the remedy I think we fiirynu Sold by A R FishirClovorport The Baptist chnrch licrc wMi Pastor It living to be good old maids nnd Ilenrd k Heeler Hnrdinsbarg T Hruner m Icn ler seems to be shrddlnjr had better bt good old maids than drunken Nmrly every prominent journal thnt Wo havo nn Kvcrizroon bnrs n steady light should try the case before Squire rcnchcstMfitim tho wcslorn dates contnins You Sunday School conducted by very faith in favor of the high license stotii Jul vorkors Alio regular prnycr mcollngi li - II Is a good religious man but nrtlclcs for saloons the Idea bclug that tmnll sa d bit better than I am d f irlnys condurte by J Ilonnctt What not a loons will bi unnbto to pay tho hvrge sum will the harvest be Misi Mattie when yoi got that planner nnd thnt tho number will bt diminished sround and her Our nrniorn havo pin to work in rnrn of yours just bring Will you suder vitb Dyspepsia nnd Liver rat preparing for larger crops than usual losrn us to play Complaint Shiloa Vitnller is guaranteed Sold by A It Fisher Clover Hy gollyl I believe Meddlers name is to tnro yon We havo employed Miss Ida Jolt the nc and Heard i Ileulcr Hardintburg port conipllahci daughter of our fiieiul This well chuien Nevada Is about dono with mining nnd Jett to tnoh our ap inj sehnol The The reason that some school teachers is now inclined to become aa agricultural citizens of Inte iville hnvo employed walk is because they are such bad riders has large tracts of land upon Mis Ada her tin sitter to tench thci Mils Alice pleat knit us some gloves state It which only the tngo brush cactus and hnol From what wc know of thus two wont you grcascwood grow but which become proltdle we expect to hour ft fa vo able roport young We have some very Interesting ductive when streams nro turned on It is from their schools gents in our neighborhood proposed to inigito these deserts at public In lokinc over the columns of the Mis Katt why is a certain young gent execute and reclamation commissioners Itatvcst ille Domocrat we sec that our Pell IUcause be hangs hnve been appointed to investigate like a snapping turtle litis created a perfect loin illcciibMins Ahl Miss Kats thou bait on so woll Catarrh Cured health nnd sweet breath We would hava thought ppst in a tcapil rice secured by Shiloa Cutnrrh Remedy in our iinorancc that our friend Ituili be caught atartsr fsntnl Jnjcctur liec hold by A Miss Sallio thinks whsra thsras a Will 00 cents firn indulging in such nlnlcsilc abuse R Fiiiher Cloverport nnd Hcnid nnd Rco- would hnve had the inatilinrts to copy our theres a war ler llnruinsburg rrtclc In order thnt his readers might lntve Ed which do you like best apples or A London corsespomlent writing of the I think you like apples best teen what we did say Iluf nc cheerfully rabbit Prince of Wales at Cannes und Nice last r tbtuit to the ctiticistns of this great Au- Â¬ We bar a later name for a swetthtarl The frionds with whom he month says thor when wo think of tho great good thnt than Lizard On of the boys calls his chiefly consorted were chiefly Americans way be accomplished by it for he informed girl hii Rabbit Oiu Maids Pcrhnps it is becauso Americans boing jic through the Democrat that if I will strangers to royalty In their own country I NE CONSTANT infold to him the color of my skin the nre not so observant na othor pcoplo f the fize of my bend depth of intellect and Health in this community is good con- somewhat stiff ceremonial thnt is piopcr in ricnsure of ray persomvl interest ho woud sidering the unuiually bad weathsr intercourse witli princes that the heir apflevoe at least one hours time in writing as parent is so fond of the company of citizens We sorely need a blackmith her mo lessons for my own hontfit Whon our former one Mr M McDaniel lift ns of the United States He this ns it may our public spirited citizens who hnd rend yesterday morning and no one knows the fact that ho generally associates with limbs Geography nid History oftho Coun Americans when on the continent is not to try fiom JIawcsville to Cincinnati so ably where he went to seo us this bo denied Mr Martin Payne came in introluced by jou some time ago saw how Shilos Vitalizcr is what yon need for cheap hit inluiblo document can be pro- morning and gave us a lscture on the Constipation Loss of Appetite Dizziness cured they resolved themselves into a com- itgtii of the times freemaionry etc and nil symptoms of Djspcpta Piice 10 mittee of the whole nnd in a short time Our school here is now progressing fine and 75 cents per bottle Sold by A R made the following report Heeler I That tho ly under the management of Prof S L Fisher Cloverport nnd Hoard color of my tkin in a compromise between Givan Mr Givan is a good teacher and Haidilisburg burnt timber nnd tallow n That a No deserves the highest praise Duel and bis wife wanted to gel rid of a 1 J hat fit my head in Thnt my intellect Mr Cliff Pile and Miss Lillie Iloikinion boy whom they had taken to work on their is naturally weak nnd very poorly develop He was only 12 years were married on Wednesday February 28 Wisconsin farm rd by not having had feu access to tho at the residence of the brides mother near old nnd they were disappointed because ho llawosville Democrat in my youth IV They bava our hearty con- Â¬ could not bo whipped into doing tho full this place J hat tny interest conflicts too much with gratulations May they have peace hap work of a man One terribly cold uigtit tho editors interest on the rnilroad question piness and prosperity allatoag the journey they took oT most of his clothes and turned to be entitled to any respect or considera of lifo him out of doors exporting that be would Karly in the morning they v We think tho title of tion whatever freeze to death We have a literary club here known as this promised little work should be Bushs arourcd all the neighbors with a itory that Littrary Spciely Tho Constantine Moral Instructor nnd Correspondents the waif had run away unknown to them The which is in a flourishing condition Outdo Tin foregoing declarations were and that they fcarud ho wauld be found Thursday night between Wm and unanimously ndopteJ by the cntrn com- debate Hut he had made his way to succor dend Ralph Hoskinson and 0 P Comsr and S with- munity in mass incctinR nsscmblad In time to escape the futo thnt had been Tb boys did L Oivan was very good out n disentitle voic When w think of planned for him and lo reveal tho truth credit to themselves and justice to tbeir tlii disadvantages wo labor under iu living Dixit subject llcl CIousli mOillrlnc In llio World Mininlc t roo of Ciinrtro an far from the editor of the Democrat Call nt Fishers drug store and get n sam RICHMOND IN THE FIELD ANOTHER King HichardB desire for a horse when he ple bottlo of Hrowna Expectorant frco of b nrd of the appioach of Richmond dwin It cures Coughs Hoarseness ICnrl Coll The IHMiiocrnr orMitioli Hull 111 V charge dles into insignificance whan compared to vii r Whooping Cough nud Consumption in its rsoiuiiiuie iivn early stages our anxiety for a scat at the editors feet tiirtiiier It is n scientific preparation admirably ndaptcd for tho euro of all Throat mt away out in front of his Iocr whue I Editor Breckonridge News G To day tho and Lung Diseases It is plcasnnt to take MtNionnviMe March coud not hear the mild intonations of his Try it it costs you democracy of Hart county nueinbled in and entirely harmless oice but right down by the sido of hit ff et nothing Regular size bottles 50c and 1 tho courthouse It was Taraxine Memorandum Hooks free A It right tinder the dripptngi of the umbrel- mass convention at meeting F1SHKR la of his wisdom as it were that 1 might announced that tho purpoe of the was to select a suitable person to become a l nrn of him that I might pHrchnncc re The people of Lexington have a singu candidate iiv and absorb the raindrops of his supc such other for governor andbe toof consider lar form of amusement They encourage ns would interest matters Hor intellectuality The tditor did not say the starting of a dozen daily nawipapers any thing in his last issue about tho river to the party Theroupon Hon J W Row more or lets nud then crowd around to and C A Kpcs orjte No ho dare rot IIo was listening lott was made chairman sling ink at each oth appointed see tli6 rival editors tn the i peoch of tho Water King Tho was choion necretarf The chair Ono editor gets mad at another be nr L Mansfield nnd IM W grand old Ohio had listened to his silly II A Watkin J cause the other gets the city printing and babblings until it aroie in its wratb and W Howling a commitlo on resolutions who when a third puts in a word h is sat following reported the i tapped out of its usual pathway to impress down upon because he was ot born in WuchEAS We arc on the eve of niTclcc the signot of its power at such an altitude There is ono editor h when Kontucky and a con Kontucky of on the tn cs nnd rocks that no sensible cup tion for governordumocracy the stato is he wants to say something particularly of rsniinn of the iKliit will be billy enough to invest his called to meet in Louisville on the 10th of mean about the others goss to sleep and iu building n rival highway along May 1883 to nominate a candidate Tor afterwards reports what ho dreamed about money iu borders from Cloverport to 0ensboro that high and responsible office and Tho Lexinjtoninna care little them ViiKKKisTho demociacy of Hart counly Shout Like whether their newspapers print any news distinguished recognize in the person of our fellow citizen Simon I Huckner one emi to tho editors blow each other up BIG SPRING Breckenridge News nOCKLICK L MlLLiR J Will sell you J KENDALUS SDSSaNCii Hfc CHURCH DIRECTORY Â¬ 1 ide-Mvako Â¬ 1 IEr1annil37 Stores buUKliiu MUViso hea G STOVES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Door Hinges Screws Bolts Door Locks Padlocks Pistols Pow- Â¬ der Shot Guns Pocket GATE EIMGEi Knives Table Knives Spoons Brass Kettles nnrPTPUBiH0 p aiJ iirar o i nun ft n u I El IIhwh Â¬ unum usyu5 Spades Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sugar Ket- Â¬ tles Lard Cans Tinware CoiFee Mills Kendalls Spavin Andirons Cartrieges Saw Vkvat Sets Saws Axes Saw Handles k J dalls Files of all kindsP16w PointsPlows hoe3cq shellers wheelbarows Imd D B Cncncii Sonthl Iter O It Hayes Pastor rroaehlng evdry st2nd and f tb Sab Â¬ baths at II a in and at night aad every 3rd fttbuath at night Vitjtt meeting every Thursday night Sunday School every Sab -n U nolock a m bnlh Holts IlottomPrerchlfig every 3d Hallatb at II n in ItArTtsTCitfjscn Ret HTlatnptea PasÂ¬ THK MOST SPCOEPSFUf ItliMIIDY ever tor Preaching every 2d and lh kakkalb nt dlscnvcrod m It It certnln In Its effects and dors 11 a m and at night Prayer Jaeetlag every not bllstert aljo excellent for human flesh Wednesday night Sunday Sebeet every Sab Â¬ 11KAD PIIOOP IIHLOM bath morning rrssvTrB CnoRcnRevi J R Mebeie From nallPastur Preaehlng every 3rd andlk Bab bath at II a tn and at night Prayer meetlag every Sabbath at 1030 a m Sunday Bekeel OxroxTA N V Jan 6 SSI every Sabbath at 8 a in Early Inst rummor Messrs II J Keudall k PnotssTaaT EriscoPilCncani Divine ser Co or Little Falls Vt mads a contract with vlco will bo held every third Tuelday evening tbo publishers of tho Paiss fur a half column advertisement setting forth the merits of Ken- Â¬ In fa oh month at their rooms tn tbe Iteidel Ilulldlng coiner vt Oak and Wall streets at dalls Spavin Cure for ono year At the same 7i30 oclock Sunday School every Sabbath at lime we secured from tho firm a quantity of ocleck pm nooxs cniiucu nr Kendalls Trcnllse on the Horse and his Diseases which wo aro now giv Â¬ ing to advance paying subscribers to our pnpor COUNTY DIRECTORY as a premium About tho time the adrortlsement first appear ed In this paper Mr P 1 Schormerhorn OIKOUIT COURT who resides near Cullers had a spavlnod horse He MSRTI rlRST VONDATS IK iralL IXfc eOfOBsA read the advertisement and concluded to test non thf efflcnoy of the remedy although his friends Haynes T R MeBeath Judge- Hen Tr B Commonwealths Attorney RSIkltt laughed at bis credulity He bought a bottle of KmidnUs Spavin Cure and commenced using man Clerk t V O Cabbage Ussier Centrals slonerj 0 7 Moorman ShsrlcT It en his herse In accordance with tho directions COUNTT COURT and he Informed us this week that It effooted such a complete cure that on expert horseman HSITS TntBD XOKHAT IK IACR UtKTB who examined the animal recently could find N JIcO Mercer Jndgej Wm Miller Mark i no traco of the spavin or the place where It bnd Tf K Dames Attorney been located Mr Scliermcrhorn has since so cured a copy of Kendalls Treatise on the Horse QUARTERLY COURT and his Diseases which ho prlies very highly Moete Fourth Mondays in Mareh JuaeBe and would bo loth to part with at any price pro Â¬ tember and December vided he could notobtaln antliercopy So much COURT OF CLAIMS lor advertising reliable articles Meoti Third Mondays In Jaauary aad Ks veraber COUNTY OFFICERP Adjui N Y Jan 30 1882 Len Cashman Assessor J E Beard Sw Dr D J Kendall Co dents t Having used Teyorj Harvey nramfieldCeroneriSf Me Mer a good deal ofyour Kendalls Spavin Curo with eor School Commissioner great succoss I thought I would let you know POST OFFICE ADDRESSES what It has dono for me Two years ago I had Clrouit Judge Leltehfieldi Cireilt Clerk as speedy a colt as was ever raised In JoITerson aai When I was breaking him he kicked Master Commissioner llardlnsbargi SheriS County over the cross bar nnd got fast and toro ono of Cloverpnrt Commonwealths Attorney LoUslileld i Jail- Â¬ his hind logs nil to pieces I employed tho beit farriers but they all said be was spoilod He er Harelnsburg had a very large tborough plu and I mod two bottles of your Kendalls Spnvln Curo and It HARDINSBURQ CIRCUIT MB CHUXOH took tho bunch entirely ofT and he sold after Â¬ SOUTH wards for 1800 dollars I linro used it for bone spavins and nlnd galls and It has always Rev J R DxxrsT Paster onred completely nnd left the leg smooth Very Hardlnaburg Preaohlng every AA lakkaU especially KSLYMAN at 11 a m and at night Class meetlag every Sabbath morning Sunday Sekeel every la bath afternoon Prayer meeting every Wed Â¬ nesday night Oakland Preaching artry 4th Hakkatk at 1 AViitox Mix Jan 11 1881 II J Kendall Co dents Having gut a ft tn Sunday School at 3 p n Prayer aaeel ng every Sabbath night horse book of you by mall a year ago the c6n MtZion Preaeklng every 1st Pabkatb at 11 tents of which persunded me to try Kendalls a m Class meeting every 1st and Sd Sakkatb spavin ltiro on tne hind leg or one or my horPleasant Qrove Preaehlng every 1st Sab ses which was badly swollen and could not be reduced by any ntber remedy I got two bot- Â¬ bath at 3 p m Webster Preaching every 3d Sakkatk at 11 tles of Kendalls Spavin Cure of Prcstun Lii a m and at night duth druggists of Waseca which completely Union Star rroaeblng ovsry 3d Batarday cured my horso About five years ago I bad a three year old colt sneenlod very badly I used night and Sabbath at 11 a m Prayer meet your remedy as given In your beok without Tow Â¬ ing every Thursday night Btephensport Proichlng every 3d Saklatt eling and I must say to your credit that the colt is entirely cured whioh Is a surprise not night in the Brisk Uoate only to myself but also to my neighbors You sent me the book for the trifling sum o 25 cents SECRET SOOIKTIES and if I could not get another like it I would Masokio Cloverport Lodge Ne 133 Stat not take twenty five dollars fur it Yuurs truly ed meetings 2nd Monday and 4th Batarday tn aKO MATHEWS each month A B Skillman TV Mi T J X Woods S W BT Hey nea J Wj J D Breg ory Seeyj AJ Johnson Trees F P Payne ON HUMAN FLESH Steward and Tyler j W B TThite IDt J W M K AKKtSBSffyMKtiAJtPL JIIVJiaetwnrtJ4 f dLOVEItlORT gr 2X5 mxKmiBmrxr3Bc55sHgi the OneontaPtassiNYi 1 i Â¬ Saved Him t 1800 Eonclairs Spavin tare Â¬ Â¬ Cure The Aug 13 1S78 Haynes Kendall Co dents Ken- J D Â¬ Tin and Iron Soofing Drain Pipes CHEAPER THAI ANYBODY ae D Spavin Curo Is in excellent demand with us and not only tur animals but fur human ail- Â¬ ments also Mr Jor Voris nno of the leading farmers In our county sprained an atiklo badly und knnnlng tho vnluo of tbo remedy for hor Â¬ ses tried it on himself and it did fur better than ho expected Cured tho sprain In very short or- Â¬ der Yours respectfullr OOTHIKIIAND Price Jl per bottle or six bottles for 5 All Druggists bare it or can get it for you or it will be sent to any address on receipt of price by the proprietors Co Da B J KaxniM Enosburgh Fails Vt m I JXO AlIIN KctClT Jxo QlEOOKT OID KTABLIHIIKD SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS For sale In Cloverport by A It Fisher nO ly THE DISCASES OF I Free the reelce fer a ttntal VEGETABLE BALM that Till remove TAP r HKCKLKS PI PLES and BLOTCBW leaving the skin soft clear and beaatifal akv instructions for preduelxg a luxiriant grewtt of hair on a bald head or smooth face Ai lress inclosing So stamp KEN VAJfDEr li CO nSJ ly 12 Barelay Et Kew TeiP will mail J 8 Wisa Supt J D See Paeibj k Treaa Barber HAS Hairdresser OlKNED BARTLE BUILDING Fke aod Marine Insurance Agency SHAVING PAELORS IH BIUHEAY GREGORY KY Spring fever Kggs nre plentiful The weather is beautiful what did you say Our town is going up finnncially Miss Sue Board is on the sick Hit JJro llschelor quit pinching me ICdna Jhc spring has been on J n roaring toar Howard will open a barroom here next month The wheat crop looks awful poor for the lime of year I Mcll Mcador is buying tho majority of the tobjeco in this country Miss Jenttio Simmons of ShepherJsvillo is Uiting her elstcr Mm J H Clnrkston What about the railroad Of course they will run it down the river and who carj if they do Mrs Annie Woodson nee Hoard left its Saturday for Florida whore she will make her future homo Miss Lillie Robertson of Hock Vale i pending n few weeks here tho guest of Miss K Daisy Ilsrr Messrs A A Scott and A W Moorman lira haling eneh a new buggy erected Mr W A Ilurkhait is doing the work The protracted meeting that was in pro press here for two weeks closed Monday night the 2fith ult with four additions to the church Â¬ nently fitted and qualified to fill the important office of governor of Kentucky and having an abiding confidence in his honesty integrity and capacity to discharge the duties of tho ollice therefore be it Hy tho democracy in mass lteaalced meeting amoinbled that e heartily recommend Simon H Huckner to the democ racy of the stale as a true and tried democrat nnd every way worthy and eminently qualified for thu oflica of governor of tho state of Kentucky and ask that tho democracy of the staio give him their support for that office and wo plodge ourelves to use all honorable means to sccuro his nom ination nnd election to that ollice and be it further Jtesotccd That a copy of Iheso lesolu IonH bo sent to Tiik Rhkckiniiiiik Nkwp Courier Join nnl Hutt County Drtnocrn Glasgow Times Klizabolhtnwn Nbwp Nr sm County Record Leitchfield Sunbenr Riwling Green Gazette Herald Knterprifi Frankfort Yeoman Lexington ltcfs anil lie varinuK other liaDCM thrnucUout tho aate and renticst they be published H A Watuikh Chaiiraan W W Howiiko J L iiAKHIIKIil Committee Â¬ Â¬ THE CLOVERPORT Ireeirrfli I Â¬ Â¬ A new remedy for this dreadful disease A where thay will I plnoJ to watt upon their has been discovered by Dr Dcming fingle application tv ill convinco tho most frlnntll unit cuitnincrf lUIr trliamol snil skeptical of it s wondoiful healing powers dranoJ In the noitoit and mott fniilnnsble nil tf Hy cnlling on A It Fisher druggist jou itjLi cun obtain a fample box free of charge which will satisfy you of its curative qualities Iricll for IlHn w Dlncovarj Vall Stroot bot Elm and Poplar Tills Finn Itopresonts only rirut- Cluss Jompaiilei and IIus Una SJ A Vottrs of IJxorlenc Thli Agoney was eitsbllihsd in ths year ami Tram that time to the present has con- Â¬ tinuously been In tiuilnen with natlnfactlon to the public They write pollclos at remonablc mIo on Farm proporty Unolllni Stores Warthnuiri Merchandise and all otbor duslr ablu proncrty Alto on Frelcbt in traniiui by river auu railroad furnishing Indimalty ijainsl Inn by rlHU and tin Psiils or Ikiixd Tkiks ronTiTIOK In the folloirlnr Companies i 1857 OUT MhUILjINt ef SS years Kperletife Dent poison stem wiin iruis onii Uls oek and avole Quacks InLlAHl flea and Kleelrle Belt Hani- burs which It ol poses Prist Slots Addreea rUDLI3HER Bex 234 Milwaukee Wis THE finM YOUTH and MANHOOD WITH GUIDE TO A HEALTH Rt A ITIYBIOiAl Memphis Ohio River PACKET COMPANY ERRORS OF YOUTH A GENTLEMAN who suDered for yoan from Narvous DKUILITY PilBMATUKJ DECAY and all the efTeets of youthful indis cretion will for the sake of suffeilng humanity send free lo all who need It the recipe and di rection for making tbo simple remedy by whleb he was cured Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertisers experience oan do so by ad In perfect confidence dressing Cedar St New York JOHN B OGDEN nJ2 y SPEED COMFOKT AND SAFalTT No extra ohnrge for Meals and Stale room Splendid Accommodations far Stnok Plain English lantI iuj iraa FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF No othor dtaottno I co p rovtlcnt In tM oouc try u CcmtltnUon and ns remedy liwi over yimlloi tho celobratett rldnoy Wort remody win overoomolt mm rvCS TJUS 1 dUtrniilnr t9 b vry not coni uUtnt ooniUcAtod wllhooaitl tutlon Kidncy Vcrt atronjthen ths weakened parU and quickly ourcii Ukin4of rileu evenwtcn phyilcilni uia mMicinco nava ocroro rvuieu It- - tmi youhavoeltaerortncso treaniei II PMMMMIMEWM UUlli ffilOHeil llftlr I OrutcKlata Boll ouro Uio CONSTIPATION rlhbtJi out this u Vlatovorth8oaushowoveroUtlnato v lan i -iknonw uuuu Anil 4cn mm llAMlll nranttlY fV nMl feha lullllM A lrootd and they completely cored me la abovt one 1 oommeoced iiatox Ihem I beaa week from the lime to eleip well Rod I continued to em all lbs hox with eonitantlmprorementand iloce that time I Out Ifielli 1 hat e felt like a now man I trutr hope that many of the anfferera will find oat that rou hare a ipeoiao lot Berronj irwknH and I cnrd lir the Iipectfullr Vonri F S Yon wUl not pobllah my name bat penem Ins roa may he referred to roe and I will aniwer them - mv-t-jiiii- HERE EXPRESSED JshJB our Free Circular teiuthc rut InuotiwpTs I TTrlA cf Hs tfird OsiBi or Yorit AiiEHfiT f vwYnrV 00NTI V 7 Ah of Njw York LiKOASHIKE of Xmchsiter England niAU4ua hv rtlwaIraa FOR CAIRO and MEMPHIS SUNDAY WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS The fleet and elegant stianars ANDY BAUM II J Vinton Master M M Deem UV JAB W OAFF R W Wise Master Jas SarteeOk CONS MILLAR 0 B Russell Master J W Yerrls Ctt VINT SHINKLB Q W Thompson Master J D Moere Clh Oaoof tho above steamers passing Cleverpers for Memphis oaob Mondays and Fridays Vr tor Louisville and Cincinnati Thursdays Sundays For freight er passage apply j board rtlt every younir middle age or old man troublod with nervous or phytcnl docili- Â¬ ty or impotenoe sealed circular la sent Iroo Siind full addreaa on postal oard to HARRIS RBMBOY OO St Louts Mo your We To wont eddreta You need our remedy Bend and tie ecu vlnoed of tbJa plus of nearly 22000000 Thorough k nuwledge of the business ef In Â¬ surance aciulrtd from long experience with rates as low as is consistent with first class in- Â¬ demnity and fair dealing make it to the best Interest of persons went ng insurance to oonsult this agency Umlneii solicited from llresken ridge an I a IJoining counties OKFIOU At the Breckinridge Bank Clo Â¬ verport Kv d37 It fTPnteslng an ajgregate Capital and Sur- Â¬ ATWe A T iJsMP ew3ln5brSa fr HUME WEEl - SELF CUBE kvnltA nntCAvtnttnn if one af thA tnoat eU d and nioceteml ibectallsu In tae VH aMifia now reUrodi for the aura of JVernoiie BiM plalu soalM eavaioaeroa urujuun uki uu n CO Louisiana Mo Address DR WARD jrntu HxJJeaiiItu Yi The Methodist Mutual Aid Association Offlco Masonic Tomplo Louisville Judge Macy Capl Martin Judgo Ho hannon and Dr Howling tuado short but cirectivo speeches in support of tho rcsob tion which were adopted amid tho great J here being no fuither cit enthusiem business the meeting adjourned sine die J W Rowuit Chairman C A THINGS V lies Pi IlonWm II Hoke Kris Secretary PERSONAL AND PARTICULAR- nro ieuro for llllnd nicoillnc ami Itclilnir Hies A slncli box of Dr WiuiamS IHDIAH flLE pitirMtnT lias curflu ilia uorst clirunlo recom cae llurty yi ars stamllng Solil and by inalL nniniUil by all drusRlsts lrlca Slw Arthur Piter Co Wmoiccale Aoihtj Irctldaiit II II Irani fitc and Trcaar Sanford Keith Knbort Cochran Wm C Kondrtck Cbas Hon llnbtCnehran Vice 1raildont 0 W Ilonald Jledlcal Director Dr B Oscar Doyl R U IIltiCTOKS H Louisviiix Kr John Mm Seymour Iipgctt Hoke PIANOS HAVE NO SUPERIOR IK TONE QPALITY NO EQUAL Tke advertiser having bton pirmanently cured of that dread disease Consumption by a simple remedy Is anxious Iu make known to To all his fellew sufferers the means of curo who desire it he will send a copy of the prescription used free of charge with the directions for preparing and using the same which they will find a sure CUKE for COUOI1S A BRON Â¬ COLDS C0N8U rT10NASTH CHITIS Ac Parties wishing the Proscription will please address Â¬ Â¬ TO CONSUMPTIVES tit K lniiieyfiic iUUIOVILU Q u II Jfi nJl ly 191 WILSON Penn St WllllmsburghNY A ttav E Packet Line Passenger Ball and Express friends to tho latnlly burying grnund nn tho place of his parent Hov J 1 Harnett and tcnJrrly laid to sweel test It btroinos our painful duly lo chronicle Shilohs Cure will Immediately relievo the donth of Mr J I Harnett which oc Croup Whooping Cough uud Hrouchilis curred at his home in Vino Grove on tho Tho cmpreisof Germany has given 1000 lnd instant at 730 p m of typhoid pneu marks to tho fund for the relief of the suf mnnlu Heine a member of this church ha ramalus were brought to this placo and ferers by the floods In America For lamo Hack Sido or Chest use Shilos laid in front ol the altar while a most im Sold by pressive and touching funoral sermon was Porous Plaster Price li cents A R Fisher Cloverport nnd Heard A Heepreached by Hov J if Dempiey of this ler Hurdiusburg placo As tho hour for Ilia beginning of One ball from a pistol fired in Paris tho service approached tho throng within Texus killed a morchant and a bootblack and without tho cburch momentarily inbetides wounding a travoling drummer creased and ut tho doio tho cnftln was Croup Whoonplng Cough and Hrouchilis opened nnd ho sobs and moan of the be reaved family und rolstivci brought team immediately rolicvsd by Shilus Cure Sold by A It Fiiher Cloverport und Board A of sorrowing sympathy to tho eyes of many Heeler llaruiuiburg f lends Tho cotlin was reverently covered Aficr securely lying up tho walchntnn of wtb lower fashioned into wreaths crosses n Springfield Mass Jewulry store three till ether funrrcnl designs It was then adroit burglars broke open the safe and icpacol in tho hoarse and fjllowcd by a obtained 20000 worth ol diamonds and larg cincourso of relatives and loving watches Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Klovcn drunkards froze to death in Iowa last winter under n prohibitory law P CClEUnATEO ti The Methodist Mutual Aid Association iras chartered by the ljeglsluluro of Kentucky March Mil 1B80 and charter auionded April lfeb2 It provides that the Directors shall be church mem- Â¬ bers nlileh Is seine guarantee that they are men of integrity Its tuomhors may belong to tho ehuroh er net the only uqulreroentt lielng that the applicants are batween the ages of 18 and 45 sound in lulud and body and not dissi Â¬ pated The objects of ths Association aroi To pro Â¬ vide a llaneflclary Iund nblcli the families ef members are paid not eiceedlne f 3C00 at death of the number or ona balf of the amount which amount ean Iu caso of total disability not bo retched by j roctit of law or claims of creditors I so that tho family Is sure to reeelvo the bsnifit It Is tbo cheapest and Its expsnsei are lest than any known Iifo Assursnco Association The tiecittary Is the only salaried officer To Become a Member It v 111 cost you 5 for admission and it stnil aiinual duct If application is rejeotod these amounts will bo examining relumed toyeu Vcu must alio pay Buh TUTTS EXeifllOIIAMT Is uctswhionpernieuto irto aubalniire ufttio Iiunixs exiiectoratee tho ncilit mutter that oolleCU In the lltuitchUt Tubeamlfoipiasi ootlitusr coatlnp Vblch rrllevee U Ir rlUtloii that cuusoe the cough It cleniisce ates tbe circulation of the blood pud bracutha nervous ayslem HllKht colds often cud In O0mpoed of Herbal ana Jtuoilugiuous prod For alt way landings between Loalsvllle aad Henderson tbe elegant aad feet steataers D L The Trade invited to test quality and price For Catalogues address MANUFA0TUI1ER3 on- - JAMBS QUTHRIB Penny Master Allen Jeanlags RAINBOW Master Miles Warrea ORHY KAOLB aU Olat Jno Westfall CB1ASE PIANO CO RICHMOND IND IHiuuurItles atreiiclheiia tlielJusaot tufeebUil thetuvvTieit by itlacaeeiuvleor J 0 CHICAGO PIANO CO WHOLESALE AOEHTS CHIOAOO ILL Come HENRY and Buy J MAY Ky Daisv Dl iNE Mi U Shllos Cough and Consumption Cure is sold by us on n giinraulce It citrus con sumption Sold bv A 11 1Vher Clover Â¬ port und Ileal d A Hauler Hurdiusburg Invalids who am recovering vital stamina declare In tiiiikful terms ilu lr niiirecla Hon of the merits n nlonlo of lloitrttrra Htomsch lllllcn Not only does 11 imiiart etieiiKlli to llio iuk but it also corrects an Irri friilur acid stato of the stomnrh makes the bowels act at proper Intervals iecaeatn thoio who suffer from llbcu nmila nud khliiey trnublrs and conquers a well aiiirev nt fever and ague DritrclaU for sulo by alljtcnenilly ana Dealers j physician The assessment at tho time applicant It ad Â¬ mitted continues the same till death vis I To every member itndiiiK us an aecoptahlo applscntiontl will be paid him Thus a little exortlon will enable any member to retain hit rights to the Heneflelary 1unds wllhont paying any money For further Information apply in P W WAflOKS PLOWS niJAPKUS MOWEIIS etc of tbo old reliable and tlrao trUd workman cinieuiuntloii It Uilnnprm lo neglect litem Apply tbo liiiuoly prumiilly A test of twenty yeirs warrants ths assertion that no remedy has oyer levi rmi nd Hi sttlena pruinpt tultseffeetaasTUTTS cXPEOTORAUT Aalule dose rulsea the phlr Binulluea tnfltiniuatlouand iu useelilrrnrcstbeciot obstinato cough Aplenetiiit cnrdlalchll ilreii laltn It rcsulllr Tor Croup It la anl laraltiultle SJiJo should m tn every family nnd l Ilolllra lit Berry Master R B- - Baldwla Oh Passing Cloverport one down and one ap daly TUTTS tomnehrrtrirMitliflnppolUetm East nnd of CrirJgo Clovorport Dlluy 1 Loeul Agent for Uruckenrldge O vr to ville Ky llrvdie the cneia county agent at Louis where you will find tho best articles at reason ablo prices lo suit tho tlmos Horse shoeing a iiioolalty ami Insured All Hinds of Machinery repaired and shun work done on short notice Â¬ 4My flOT DIRECTLYMoTTlgTrvTr sjiirne Chill nuil lovur Ilviciilnf Elloklltadaelie lllllnua CilloCiiialiii verywellHatiulopiIUtbedtlme atlmulatcith PILLS UB BARGAIN TO BE HAD bae more land than I can keep up sn would sell 200 acres 125 In eultlvatsen It In timber 60 acres of It now In whsat I vrip sell a bargain In this land and give ponsiiiea Immediately For further Information call ea me on the premises or address me at Bawley vlllo Ky Will 1st the wheat go with Ik LUDWELL A FOOTK ceember 91382 mmimn SMITH i tliiiUlieuinamlllea Vstlpltatloiiof Site Heart lilixlne Torpid tlyer td 1cinal Irrtrnlarillee Jf you do not feel KTWRITE FOR TUTTS MANUAL FhtE cloveefoet BEARD Proprietors mm c Th Mlislsiippi overflow has niiumed Mat Kim Ins withdrawn from tfeVO A WnBXHa a day at boms ostilr made Ijii ediiuiial force of the Hartford College nlnrming proportion Whole tracts of Q i Olottly Outfit free Addrtss lnvt i Co Nu country are under water Negroes ure lnuv- - r ujuitn Malnv PJ THIS PAPHIX fine Vesr t1 CA Pays for foro uiunthtiUotorluiui hllKsnx cpiiUU7tovntt 10 PoUvrlh Cu X 5 fiee Portland Maine Addres rten IrlrrilfK- - MurrnySi parte vbror In lha 1V sa Leaves Cloverport for Hardiniburg dally rept Sundays at 8 oclock a m Conrieels a Glnvrrpnrt with the Louisville and Hendersr inall llno steamers Persons desiring conv ancocan bencconimnpated Express busluoi pramptly attended lo