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time in a sauntermg sott of way to put himself between Robin son and thn door that I oil out into the garRobinson eyed him in silence and den never moved In half mi hour Thatlsafairbet Shall said Mr Miles I lake him Hetter not he ii a knowing one said He has seen him to earth Mr tlazoltlne somewhere or would not offer you such a tlio man you two Â¬ BRECKEMIIDGE Not I Robinson had to ak ever body ha met where George Fielding was gone lo At kit by good luck he fell In wilh Georges friend MLnygblnn who told him It was twenty file miles off Twenty five milei that must bo for tomorrow then MLaugbUn told him he knew George He is a fino lad Fielding very well Then he atked Robinson what was his business Robinson took down a very thlu light board with ornamental worJi That Is my buiineis painted on it said he At the sikht of a real business thi worthy Scot offered to take caro of him for the night and put him on the read to FieldNext morning Robings next morning inson painted his Iront door as a return for bed and breakfait MLaughlan gave him somewhat intricate initructiens for Robinion followed to morruws route He was set them and soon lint his wnj right again but lost it ngoin and after a tremendous days wulk made up his mind he should have to camp In tho open air and without his nipper when he board a dog baying in the distance Thiro is a thought hoiine of somo kind nny way Robinson but where I sea none bet ter make for the dog Ho made straight tor tho sound but still hi could not see any house At last however coming over a hill he found a house beneath him and on the oilier side of this houso tho dog wns howling incessantly Robinson cams down the hill walked mund the house and there sat the dug on Well it is you for howling the steps Anybody at said Robinson any way No one aniwired he shouted home Why the place and the dog howled on is deserlctl I think Havent I seen that Why it is Carlol Hire Cardog before lo poor fellow Carlo what is the matter The dog gave a liltla whimper as Robinson stooped and patted him but no sign of but he pattered into positive recognition Robinson followed him and the house there he found the man he had coma to see stretched on his bed pale and hollow eyed and grisly and looking like a corpse in the fading light Oh what is Robinson was awe struck said be Hare I como all this way this to bury him He leaned otcrbim and felt his heart ilbeat feebly but equably and he muttered something unintelligible when Robinllien Robinson struck son touched him n light and right glad ho was to find a cauldron full ot gelatinized bepf soup He wnrincd some and ate a great supper and Carlo sat and whimpered and then wag ged his tail and plucked up more and more spi tit and finally recognized Tom all in a moment somehow and announced tin tact by one groat discunnoctcd bark and a saltatory motion This done he turnr d to Robinand also ate n voracious supper son rolled hirosell up in Georges treat coat and slept liken top on the floor Next morning lie was waked by a tupping and there wits Carlo seated bolt upright with his tail beating the floor because George was silting up in tho bed looking Jacky about hi in in a puzzled way said he is that you Robinson got up rubbed his eyes and came toward the bed George stared in his lace and rubbod his eyes too for bi thought he must bo under an ocular deluWho are you sion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWS NO 44 I firi 1 rnngeaient uf Llrer llovrtd sndKldnoje HTMTTOMS OF A DISFASKO TtVErt Vail Bttalht fain In the bHt umetuntt the pain it flt tnder tin ShekMei bkuie mistaken ot Bowels hheumatim general lot of sppsitei with Ctrvirally eottive ttmetimee alterrMilt Iht bend U troubled with piht li dull and heavy with eoniiJeraMe kitt of memory accemretild oatuel br A Free Press a Free Ballot and Free Speech are the Birthright of Freemen CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1883 ts for a poor fellow but she wat itlw ny chaillnhle kind hearted luuiig lu J Wasnt she Tom Hi came in nnd look lying room No iiitritt in the loom and 1 toU him thai r knowing Mrt Thompinns wpnktum wiiip lie had donovery wiong In it lug In r And what sweet i ycil According to hit ilnteim nt ho Aint they Tom brimful of hoaven I drill it 1 Ui witharnIrinltiMtlenorUavlntunlentsomtMft which englil hart Imn done llijhl dry Cuh nnJ Cashed lace U eotnetlmet an attendant eh laUlaktn fur cotMinptiea the plUM camp1 suttleaj if weerliieta end AeViUyt neeeouleiailjr temttlon pileldy Ifti coU er Imrwnf imilmM the klii etUttf tptrkt are law and rfetfjondtnt of tad aliiiouga iMtfi thai exercise would be Vint filial yet oim can hinlly nnmsii up fortitude I try It la M dlttruiti erry tentcdy Several of the abort tyinntoaii atttad the dUiax wit cue have oecurred iim but fro of thein existed jet eiamlnatien after death Kal show tbt Unr le have been eaUstvly deranged It ataouM bo tuml ljr nil persons old and i young vvlionerar ntiv nf the aboro call tlmtu And when she used to mile on you Master Oewge oh the Ivut ie tt Now you tnko my hand this minute How foolish I it in I 1 cant see now jou shall read it on to mc becauso you brought It trmptoine appoar rertnns TrYlliifr or Tdrlnc In TJu lieaKky Itieallllot by tiling a d occasion lusltttttUK bevaragv If Toll lsnvo eaten BnytUue Jiard of tUfeitUu or fad heavy Aer weak ar eloep Ives at night ukt a dote aod yeu wii is rtlltvid Time und Dootora E4U will bo tared by alrrnyi keeping the Itocitlator In tke Hottest F wluttrtr the ailment nuy b a iboreugldy trJt pnrffAtlre nltorntlru and lonlo c nertr b out of place The rmti It burtnlcae wild daet uot luterfere rrllk butlncae or elly to lute the Livtr la hctlihy aertn will tveld U MaUuin IMllneis nUekt Dlriiustt Nau Â¬ sea Urowllnee DeprmiUn ef Spirits etc It v A tnTietrate like a glut of wine but U no In lilcaari Ani haa Quinine IT aH IS rUKFXT TTGETA1JTE the power aed ailicacy ef Caletnd er widieut aay of the iajurieot afttr etfttu IK Wta lu ute In my favllr lene time aad I am latltAtd it it a VulaaUt edditlen te tbc medical acteaee J Gill Shsktik Governor efAU lloiti Alaxamler II Ktenhent of On neve derived tent beiwAt Irem the tut of nret Vi meat Llrtr Regulator and wUU to Ire it a further trial The onlr Tlilnc thitt tiftver fiilta to Cinmuu Uver A CJerornort Testimony ft Kgulatr hat have Meed mtar remediec br Dys 3Uelerraf Aflectiso and Debility but never Uver eptiafjued anytblru la beoefit me til the anient Slnunsne Liver Regulator hat I tent ficm Mlci notota le leeraJa fcr it aad weild tend further lor eueA a BiedJeene aad would advite l wlio are lim IV Hy aRwHeJ is eire It a trial at It leemt the inly tLlrj that never bill u rebate T proWell Ill bet you fivo to three posed the honorable George Done said Mr Miles And Robinson put in a hasty word whatris to become of Thimble lig Jem sir Tlicscwords addressed to Mr Lascelles pro duced a singular effect That gentleman gave an immediate shiver as if a bullet had passed clean through him and out attain and then opened his eyes and lookedfirtt at one door and then at the other ns ifhesi toting which ho should go by Robinson continued addressing him with marked ro spect What I mean sir is that there is u government reward of two hundred pounds for Thimble rig Jem and the police wouldnt like to be drawn away ftom two hundred pounds after a poor fellow like him you saw on Monday niiiht one that is only suspect Â¬ Now Jom is a ed and no reward offered notorious culprit Who is this Jem myman What is he nsked Mr Lascelles with a composure that contraslcd remarkably wilh his late Â¬ emo-tint- hot f aiieoee In the my piaetloe I Dr T TV and pmtribe It aa a purjalire medicine JCSJ TaUt enly the Crnutun wUoh alwayt hit ea the Wrapper the rod Z Trade Mark eadSljfnalexrei of U ZEIMN CO FOR KALE DY ALL DRUGCtSTS jAtxa r MUmeapeLt Minn Maaon any at From aetutl ei tut of Simmont Llrtr Rtcidator ia hare beta and am tallifkd to utt M J him once He has foreotten mc I dare say They say he has but I never forget ft man grown a mousincheand whiskeis nnd pass es htmnrdf off for a nob but I could swear to him cried Mr Miles If How 7 Dywhat he should ever be fool enough to get in my Â¬ Wand sir A convict that ccaped from Norfolk I fell in with nit old offender And you Georgo that arc ns hnnett a man as ever lived do keep him by you awhile and keep him in tho right way but weak do it to He is well dispoicd oblige me1 inquired Willyou stay with me Tom J am George cheerful nnd buiinessdike not a lucky man but whilo I havo a shill- Â¬ ing theres six pence for the man that brought ire this dew in the deiert I call it And to think you have seen her since Had sho I have how was she looking her beautiful color what did she ssy to you with her own mouth I lion Robinson had to recall every word Susan had said to him this done George Stop here is some took the inclosure thing for you Georgo Fielding is requested lo give this to Rohiuson fur the use of Thomas Sinclair There you are Tom well what is the mutter Nothing It is a name I have not heard 1 did not know any awhile cietture but me knew it is it glamor or what Why Tom whnt is the mattor dont look like that Open it and let us see what there is inside Robinson opened it and there waB the five pound note for him with this hue If yon hnyn regained tbo name of Sinclnir keep it Robinson ran out of the house and walked to and fro in a state of exaltation Im well paid for my journey Im well Who paid for not fingering that note would not be honest if ihey knew the How could he know my name is sweets he really more than man Kiap it Will I not Continued next week PHIL THOMPSONS TRIAL FIFTH IUT wa A namuRinn A MATTER OF FACT ROMANCE Hang Thimble rig Jem exclaimed Mr Hazeltine Is it a btt Lascelles What r CIIAItIES IlKADE CHAPTiJR LVI When Robitifon returned to the skeptic Â¬ al jshnpkeeper with a board on which onk jntinvjood wftnut etc were imitated to the life in squares tiiat worthy gave a start and lietrnrcd ha admiration and Ilobineon asked him fit e shilling more than lie would uf the oilier had been more considerate In abort before evenini the door vas painted n rplandid itnitalion of walnut the shop Iceeper wai enchanted and Hobinton liad lie fifteen thillinis handed over to him ran aud Ct Mr Edens ring out of pawn liberaind kiucd it and put it on next he ated his hat 11 o slept belter this ntht One more such day and I than the last lifll have enough to pay my expenses to Â¬ That ycii nab our one in half an hour Mr Lftcelles affected an aristocratic I couldnt af No I was joking drawl ford to leave the fire for thirty pounds Why Find should I run after the poor dayvil him yourselves Heneverarmoycd mo Got a cigar Miles After their chops etc the rakes went off Umhuist Ho turned out eirly and went into the He went into the street where be town liad woiked latt evening and when he came near his door llieie as a knot of persons jiround it Hobimon joined it Presently one of the sbnpboys cried out Why heie he is this is the painter Instantly three or 1uur hands were laid Come and paint my door on Robinson Nominel Noomeand paint mine Torn had never beenin such wjuest since hu was an itinerant quack Ills sly eye tniukled nnd this artist put himself up to siuvtion then and there lis was knocked lown to a tradesman in the same street twenty one shillings th price of ihU dior While he was working mock mahogany commissions poured in and Uohinsons juice rose the demand for him being great er than thcsupply 1 he mahogany door was really a chef d truvre He came home tri- Â¬ umphant with thirty shillings in Id pocket lie spread them out on the kitchen table and looked at llioni niih a pride and a thrill of joy money never gave Mm before Kach snored 8hillin5 represented so much virtue Ho looked at them for indintry is a viriup Â¬ to flnmh tho night elsewhere There they are gone at last Why Jenny how pale you look I said Robimon not What seeing the color of his own cheek is wrong She answered by sitting down and bursting out crting Tom sat opposite her with Oh what have I his eyes on the cround Oh gone through this day I cried Jenny sobbing convulsively ob oh oh What could Tom do but console her And she found it so agreeable to be consoled that she prolonged her distress An impressionable Bohemian ononesiden fire place and a sweet pretty girl crying on tho other what wonder that two oclock in the morning found this pair sitting on the same ido of the fire her hand in his The next morning at six oclock Jenny was down to make his bieakfnst lor him before starting If she had snid Dont go it is to bo feared the tempiation would huve beon too strong but she did not she said You are right to leave this sorrowfully She never explained Tom never town heard from her own lips how far her susHe was a coward and seepicions went ing how bhrowd alio was was afraid to nsV her nnd she was one of your natural ladies who can leave a thing unsuid out ol delicacy Tom Robinion was what Jenny called He had won her ad capital company miration by his conversation his stories of life and now and then a song and by his good looks and good nature She disguised her nflecllon admirablyuntil he was in dan ger and about to leave her and thU she betrayed hcrtef If sho vias fire ho was Donjtjou toe At last It enmo to this I have got n question to cry so dear girl puttcijou if I come lack u bt tter man than I go will you be Mis Robinson And the uriwcred Yes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K piido Jenny camo in and found him gloating CHAPTER LVir mer his virtuous shillings Site stared He Just bo Robinson started for Iiathurst told her wliHt he had been about these two ilnyA past his dilliculties his success the fore he got clear of tho town ho pasted the admiration his work excited throughout the cottage of the poor man who had loaned llless me how came I to capital ho must cxaggcrato a little or it him the board said he At that moment the would notbe Tom Robinson and the wealth forget him Here I am man came out to go to work he was nuiassinz Jenny as glad to hear this very glad said Robinson meeting him full nnd bore but she scolded him well for Dawning his isyonr board showing it to him painted said she in aquares Cant afford to give it you Why didnt you ask me hat I would have lent you a pound or even back it is my advertisement Rut here is two nr given I hem you for any honest pur half n crown fur it and for your dusting me And Jenny pouted and got up jxise Now Well to be suro cried the man iittln quarrel Why if the Tho next dny a gentleman caught Rob whod havo thoiulit this Rut half a inson and mado him paint two doors in bin world is not turning houcit Satinwood this time and he crown is too much taint worth the half of fancy villa i ecsived three pounds three shillings a good it It was worth five pounds to me I got dinner nnd what Hohemians nil adore lrnise Now as he returned in the ava employment through it Look here and I ho sbawed him several poiuidn in silver nil iling a sudden misgiving came to him have uot thought once of Hathitrst to day this came from your board sotakuyour J feo all this money making is a contriv hulfcrownandmyikanksonthelicailofit The hall crown lay in the mans palm ho ance to keep me in Sydney It Is absurd Well cried he my coining lucre at this rate I seo your looked in Robinsons face game my lad either I am to fall into bad with astonishment you are the honestcst company ngain or to bo split upon and man ever I fell In with You will go I am the honrstest man nabbed for that last job To morrow I will he on the road to Dathurst I can paint to heaven for saying those words to mo ibero just as well as here besides 1 havo cried Hoblnson warmly and with agitation Good Jiye my good charitable soul you got my orders from his rorercnc to go and deservo ten limes what you have got nnd Ill go Ho told Jane his resolution she made no Robinson made off Tho other shouted after him Good bye Wliilo these two wero sitting cos annwer ily by the fireside for since Robinson took honest man and good luck wherever jou In workling hnrd all day he began tn relish go And Robinson heard him scuttle about tho hearth at night suddenly cheerful boisterous voices and Mr Miles and two friends and hastily conveni small boys and dis hurst in aiid would have an extempore sup- patch them down the road to look at an per and nothing else would serve these lib- honest man Im pretty well paid for a little honesertines but inuUnn chopa oil the gridiron He stepped galOut ran Jen- ty thtiughtRnhinsoii Ho they invaded the kitchen ny In avoid ihein or put on n smarter cap lantly out in hieh spirits aud thought of and Robinson was to cut the chops lay a In nny and foil in love wilh her and saw cloth on the dresser and help cook While in her affection yet another inducement to his master went olT to the cellar the two bo honrsi and industrious When ho reached Iiathurst his purse rakes who temaiiied chatted and laughed both pretty loud They had dined together was very low and ho had n good many more miles to go and notfeelingquiteturu nnd I lie bottles had not stood still thought of his welcome he did not care to b penI have beard that voice before Jt is a very peculisr voice niless so ho went around the town with Itoblmon his advertieinc hoard and yorr soon was Whoie vnlcn is iliat7 He lonkrd the centlemnn full in tho face painting doors in Uathuist lie found tho and could hardly suppress a movement of natives stingier here than in Sydney and they had a notion a traveler like him ought surprise Tin gpntleman by tho instinct of tho eye to work much cheaper than an established raoght his gaze and Mi attention was sud- man but still he put by something every denly attracted to Robinson and from that day The town became dlitaiteful to htm moment his sye newer went off that worthy Robinson af lie bought a cheap revolver for there was following him everywhere fected not t notice this the chops were a talk of buihrangera in tha neighborhood and sUrtod to walk to George Fieldings grilling Jenny cme In and hustled about Ho reached it in th farm ortnlnc and prefunilnl not to hear the side compli was There is n Georce Fielding hire mentsoflhalibertlnes Presently the young Hi lift this mors than lis gentleman with the peculiar vniccjook out the news I bavs a to roonlhs ago lila povket book and said know where fie it propoie Ill bet yon fipy rounds I find with a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fathers ht Dou Court met at 8 oclock Saturday morn inz nnd Judge Herd n announced that the court would beguided by the rulings in the Sickles cum nod would therefore decida that Mrs Thompsons statement and let teis to Phil Ii Ihompion of which ho spoko to hit brotherthe witness and the statement of tho witne s either of trtid statements made to his brother or to himself by Mrs Ihompton nnd his deductions therelromare incompetent uvidence The cross examination of John R Thompson was lesumed Ho stated that on seveial viiits to Cincinnati he had tak en occasion lo investigate the charges made against his brothers wife and thnt he found them too true When Phil ro turned to Harrodiburg witness nsked him if he had seen Mmi liuckner Phil res ponded in the affirmative and thnt she had detailed to him the tacts of the scandal Witness said there was n considerable change in hit feelings toward Davis aftor he was alisliod of hit guilt but nope in his exicinul behavior The great intimacy that hud Hlwns exitled br twein the two families was not intfiri upted He hnd not thought that anything hut u supaiation would come nf it Phil was broken nil Afiiond Well I I didnl think to see you under up gloomy nnd depresrd iiflrrhe heard After Ihf Cagedy he ol his wifes shame a roof of tuiue again thought came to the court room with Phil when he Just the welcome I expected gnve himstilf up nnd stood by his tide He answered coldly Robinson bitterly Well as soon ns you are well you can Phil did not writo out the speech ho made turn me out of jonr house butt should at the time he surrendered to tho court tin say you are not strong enough to do it just til alterWardsj when he wrote it out for a reporter Hx was married Juuusry 2 now 1S0G nnd they had always lived with hit No I am weak enough but I am betfather ter I could eat something John Rran night porter of the Rurnett Oh you could do that what even if 1 Hnusn Cincinnati wns introduced nnd Here goes tarn conked it Tom lit tho fire and warmed some beef testified that when the ncriiiird nrrivrd nt the Ruruett Houso on thn night nl Auril George ate some but very little soup however he drank n great jugful of water 2A le acted like u duged innu When hti theuduzed and fell rtitn a fine perspira- neut to call him next morning for tho ear It wns a larornble crisis nnd fiout lr train be fniind him pacing the floor nnd tion that moment youth and a found constitu- from indicnliois was saliird he had uiith tion began to pull him through tjiorcuter tr i amoved his clothing nor occupied the bkd during the mgil no asvsin had been there with his lancet J K Schu ler our nf the proprietors nf The Heboid the thiel turned nurse next day as ho pottered about clearing I lie Gibcou lliiiMc Citicitiunli leMifird n tho room opening or shutting tho windows to Duvis and Thielkeld regixtfiing at his cooking nnd serving he noticed Georges htmie on November 0 and 2S Wl W W Well master ol trautprrtiitinii eye following him merywherc with a placon the Ciuciiimiti Southern railwny testiid wonder which at last bioko into wmdi fied thnt there wns no wreck on that road You take n deal of trouble about mo I do on Xorcnihur 2s but ndmitted un crnfs was tho dry answer fxaminutin thnt imports frequently get Its very good of you but You would as liel it was somebody elre abroad ol wiecks when there were none Mish Jesiie lliickuer wns the next wit but your other friends have left tiu to dio iikondug said Robinson sarcastically ueis introduced nnd trsifieil nt f illows Thump ti m a first ciiiimii nf Philip I Well they lefl you when you were sick sonjr aud lived with the Thompson Ill U ave you when you are well What for Seems to me thai you have family for jcarc and wat raisid like n sis List Noembcr I was an earned a right to stay as long as jou are ter lo thf hoyi minded Ilio man that stands by mo in iuninle nf llo Sinclnir Hotel I hnn slnctt On the trouble I wont bid him go when the sun been lining at tho Gibson House l7lh nf that month I saw Mr nnd Mrs shines again Thut And at this precipe point in his sentence Phil Thompson jr at the Burnett without ibo least warning Mr Fielding evening hi left lor Washington and she ignited hlmielf and inquired with fury came with me to the Sinola r Wliilo out shopping next morning we met Mrs Ow whether it camo wiihin Itobiinmns individual experience that Qeorge Fielding was ens and she mnde nn arrangement to call About nnnn tho of an ungrateful turn or whether such was upon ui that owning next day o met Walter Davie at the corthe general voice ol fame of Fourth and Race streets He hnd No dont you get id a rage and bunt ner Well his satchel in bis hand anil said he was laid Robiuyon your boiler II o atkud if Pml George without joking though I haue topping at tho Emery Thompson had gone and on receiving a been kind to you not for nursing yon what Christian would not do that for his reply in thn nflirmative he asked where ho countryman und his old landlord sick in a would find us and then p nmiied to call on deserl but what would you think of mo us at lha lintel A car happened to oe aning and wa immediately went to the if 1 told you I had come a hundred and sixty miles to bring you a letter I Sinclair nnd took lunch On rising from wouldnt show it lo yon before for they the table I taw Walter Davis in tho olfieo We all went up stalls lo the reception say exciting them is bad fur lever bnt Aud room where wi found Col and Mrs think I may venture now here it is 1 Thompson entertained Mr Davis There Robinson tore off tho envelope while she did the honors to tho others I dont know tho hand said George After tho Thompsons finished their visit I liui opening the enclosure he caught a was obliged In go down to tho drug glanco of a hand he did know and let which npem into the hotel fur some snre medieverything else drop on tho bed while he cine and on returning I found Mrs held this and gazed at it uud lh color liompson Rented at the piano while Davli Old cried was in large easy flushed inlohis white chiek chair at her sido Ho a he and worshiped it in silenco again than Ho aid ho mutt go out before leaving opened it and devoured it First camo told Mrs Tliomp oii thnt there was a some precious words of affection and on wreck tin the Souihiru and that the could coursgemant Ha klsaed tho letter You not return Sho then said that she would ars a good fellow to bring me such a have lo gn to the telrgraph office nnd send treasure and Ill never forget it afflong as a dispatch lo her littlo daughter at liar I live rodiburg to ike effect that she could not Then be went hack to tho letter There Davis instiled upon riturn that evening is something about you To in accompanying her Mrs Owens my guest About me suggested that a messenger boy might be Sho tells me you never had a father umrooned but Mrs Thomptnn laid the not to say a falhir wished to eo for a walk and loft In compaSho says true ny with Mr Davis Shi did not como Susan says that li a great disadvantage back until half past five and then was so to any man and so it is nnd poor fellow drunk that she fell flat upon tho floor A ihi did so two bottles of champagno fill What from her clothing which she said Waller Shi says they came between your uavisnntiKiren ner r urinir inn iacti sweetheart nnd you Oh poor Tom thnt they had been at the Hi Niaholis Ho What tel where h hnd givon her some oysters You lost your iweethwl no wonder and win I laid hor nn the sofa where you want astray after that What would she quickly want to sleep After soma And become of me l 1 lott my Suian awoke and went toth bathroom ay you wire always hollo- - than mi Susan tlmeih Meanwhile Mr Davis came and knocked Sbi says hi and I have navir been sore nt the rlnor hat in hand and said that hi timntid IHieymi had regittertd at tha hotel and s oocu- Diets hir Utile heart for miking excus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 I Â¬ a had uien hor only otic gats uf chain ptigne The dinner hour hating nrrUed I went down stairs and ordered a little dry lOHit nnd a cup of coffee ns I had a tick Mr Davit remained behind headache and snid ho would tnko erne of Mrs In suite of my protestation Thonipou thai evening the two left ihe hotel to goto ihethenier and I did not seu her naui until about eleven oclock thnt night wliou I wa awakened by w Holh lap Mrt ping at the window in my room I bouipiou then entered ni druiiK ns sho could be nnd fell on the floor in a heap The next morning she llt for Hamuli hotel burg after bieukfntting nt the When I saw Davis again I told him thnt he took his lllu In his own bands when he want home where ho would meet Phil who would be ture to nveugv Ihe intuit to his family The next time I awPhil Thompson wason the Tuesday evening be fore ho relumed for ihis trial lo Harrods Ho called upon mc at tho Sinclair burg and sat in the dining room while I ute my supper he hnd altendy had his and then Unit an hour wnt we went to my room ipent in conversation and then he broach ed the subjVel of his wiles drunkenns Before that I had never mentioned Mr Dittii ntme in connection with hers He insisted upon knowing all the details and I told him what Mrs Roth hnd altcady I simply repented the story of told me tho elevator inn and of ibo ludy of the house I had had no conversation concerning the mntter wilh any one ehc exI knew and told him nbout the cept Phil On receiving false name on tke register my information he socmed very unhappy and dpprcssed For an hour and a half he walked the floor nnd didnt speak to me When he left my room mi the occasion of this visit I did not nee him ngain Here court adjourned for dinner When it assembled ngain lor the afternoon ses Â¬ sion the prosecution began the Witness laid of Mits Huckner in response to questions I am twenty five years old I havo lived in various portions of the south and in 1 Louisville from 1870 to May 1S7U again went south Irom there I spent the summer of 187C in Cleveland Ohio and in Can ml ii and then I returned with my mother to Hnrrodiburg The next two ypars I resided in llistnn first in a private Reboarding hutite and then in a hotel turning went I stopped on a visit at Pittsburgh and c atno hack to Harrodsburg Eighteen months ngo I began living in Cincinnati first at the Pulnce Hotel then on the Uth of November Isst going to the Sinclair nnd Irom thence to ihe Burnett 1 lolt the Sinclair partly on account of the occurrences I havo detailed and pnrtly on account of the expense of bnnrdtng there My expenses including everything at the Sinclair wns 100 a mouth S0 of which was the hotel bill My former husband My mother dissipated my pjtrimony managed ray muney Philip B Ihomp He son sr lets me have what I want does not contribute to my support when I ask him for money he lets me hnve il Another cause fur my leaving the Sinclair was my past married lite being unpleni I hnd a lath friend in the antly discussed hotel who thought becnure I hnd uot re Irrred to my murned life that I had priisrd myself off in u young lady and when it wusfound that I had been Mrs Tomlinion Q Did Mr it created quite a sensation Roth over inform you that tho hotel scarcely large enough to accommodate A Ho snid so once and verv po uu I reQ And then whnt A litely lumed to Harrodsburg and Gov Bishop mnde arrangements fur mc ul the Gibson Q Your and I letutued to Cincinnati mother hnt a home in the oulli 1 beliuve Q And you instead of A She hut living with her Intvc chosen to lite in Cincinnati hotels A Its not n ireleienrc Q Whnt were jour relittitius with Mr Always xcry plintaut Wnller Davis A A Q Aud with Mif Wnlicr Q agreeable Always Alwnj veiy Wtdl up lo the time of his marriage A When Mrs I honipson came wilh mc to the Suicnir she did nut register her tintm lieuelf Mi Roth legialcred it nt inv 1 tin writo n loner to Wnller Davii telling him thai I hnd inmle a diicotery in regard lo his induct w h Mrs Thomptnn null revealed il to Mrs Thninpton hut jl nits a Ililm lioud I hnd lint then revenlid it I nlso to Mr Ihntimfon or any on ele nt lim sume lime wrote to Mrs Ihompsnu telling her that I knew nil I never enter Inined an ill tteling ngrintl Mrs Wnller or her husbutd fir a real or funnel slight and most reituinly never dechired an intention of beinp retouged upon them When I met the Duvis or cither of thorn es at the Hiirrodsburg depm and they mil ed to recognize my salutation what I snid was Some people who once were very When plensnut donl i jsnk In me now Mrs Tlioiiiptini wat in Ci icinnmi ret irrr ing Irnni bur attempt to see Mr Ibo up Kin in Wnshiug nn mid failed tu call tiptii me I tell nngty nndwrMft In hor ihreiip cuing to tell licr hiiabnnd of her linings with Duvis hut up In the lime she thus slighted me I had never spoken a word nl tho criminal pmllunol the lat i to nny livonly been buggy riding ing being but oiifu since my Inst arrival id tlnnndt burg and then with Mr Schutler nf the Gibson IlniiKt 1 know Brent Arnold He I Irlt tho lives at ihe Burnett Homo Burnett House became Georgo Wnrd Nichols and Geu Unshorn mv fi onds ad vised mo to leave it as it was too public Oh they wanted you to live in a more Q A Yes private hotl Mr Both proprietor of lha Sinclair Hotel succeeded Mlis Huckner on tho wt nets ttand nnd lestifind tlmt he bad been keeping the Siuclslr Hotel for a i ear prior to tho 1st of January lait Mi Buckner was boarding wilh him last Norembor Mrs Thompson came to visit Miu Huck ner November 27 Saw Mrs Ihompson with Mtts Bnckrer at breakfast next morn ing Davis called when the ladies wero at lunch Mill Huckner look Mr Davis and Mrs Thompson to the reception room Saw Mr Davis 20 out with Mrs Thomptnn between 7 and 8 oclock that ironing lb tween 9 and 10 oclock lha night watch nmn told him hey had returned and that Mrs Thompson had gone in Mr Davis room Witness wi busy balancing his books as it wns near tha end ul ihinmnth and knowing the high standing nf tho par ties one a congressmans wife nnd the oihor a tnMiutnent merchant ha httitulfi Mill Buckner had about disturbing thiin ncqualntid him with thesa fads saying hlll Mfi jfttis WM oinewbat TjttVi betwenn oni and three 0c ock that day Wilneii tuanl some talk in room nineteen but could not tell what jl wai Latr there was talking in tho hall and witness wll went out lo see about it R was Dayis am MriThonii t Dvis brought no baags with inn tt next He raid hit bill and him Undid not take tiriak morn ng at 030 fast Mm Tbompion remalrid jn Diris Â¬ Â¬ ri Â¬ Â¬ lvi Dis 1 he Â¬ Â¬ ratt8rl ralid Wnller mil Mm Thompson on lie nflernoun of Nnrrmh I Mr John Thump room ovepnn hour lat and Mis iTlinmpiuti xnld shn wet enu itfterwnidt en led nl tho hotel Inlked on hrr way to lip lepgrsih tifbeo Wiim fi rriiliirnied in tin- main ilt rtiiipment nt wilh wittiffj nl flit iht ICfiirrtMice and ex Wittiest wat ret Mr Cither nntl Mm Lii Dnit It wwr amined the rpgUinr tegtitierrd III mine is between S nnd p in when tinv nt when Dm it the line on the leaf ofthe rvgNter piuJuied met Dav 1 and Mm Ihiitupeuti and t It latW wnt not drank to i mirt Thi t Icing nil ihe eiiilem In he imm Jiidgo 0 S Ponton wnt the nxt itno s Up and Jhomx on rutp employed n emm-st-- i duced Juihjtc llitrdiii iilitionln e thel lif wuiilil allow r cvoti hours I Hi had written ini urgent in k slil eaili eidij tin lottr In the hitter nl Washington nt tint tho disciiiiiixi of the due hnliiro the jury instutico of their tl eiit it Mini t lime bi irt Ihe ittttruclinlit weie tl en lend tn the ju When Tlimnimi letuuied le ry They wprp piepurt d by tbo judge him the killing self and are H tollnwf could uijt ti lilt attention upon the rne J A Curry tcMihpd that Wnltur II D TKS IKtTmrTIIWS tit turned with him ntid Mhrrt limn Lin rlrl--I- f tin Jury linllevu lr in lie i vui iioe ciniiali a day or two bclnre Tliaiiksgiwng Iieviiid n risiiniUi ilntilt tlift the Jerrndtnv Day Philip tlTliiiiipsiinIrln Alereer otiunti Kr f ha defente iiw resd the ease il lining bofure thrt 1n irig of the lnilieliiiit wilpuil t 10 p m nml with mnIk 9 nfurMliouxht hot iliil kill Die prosecution then iiitrodncul rebuttal Wnller ImvIj not In hit neet iinry nr pieiit ilelrnip thry tliitild Mini Mm It nrceplitry iHI test monv guilt v nf murder am lit hli peualtr at di illi tr Capt Win Campbell brothlr in crn5ninriit in the nilnitiirv fur life thn ilecented wns inliodurrd und testified f cciinit If that Ditvit fur tho few dm piiur to his donee bejbtid tlio jury Lelleve frum Ihe erl duitht thut the Ue a death wa huuliig and fiMiing in MiuliMin feinlmit Ililllp Iriatuiinble lliuinpton Jr in IIi While there he hud n Winchester Cituily Lelnru Ihe finding uf Ihe Inillctiueni lit enmity rille which he brought home with him on sudden hfit nnd tiaiiun nnd wtmut nre his return rluiii malice thrt nnd killed Multer lievlt 1I W N WiUnu WRfl llit noxt wln5 net in Mk nrecMnry or apnrntljr ircnurtr Untitled Hint ltvis hnd lelt the nun in lis telf drfentc ther ilmuM find Mm gtilltr if enre nnd that wlipn the McDnwoll find mantluugltcr slid Sx his punihinenl atomi otheru saw Davis nn tke street with it he flni iurnt Irr Hie penitentiary fur nl leu tlmir had crime and got il to take to his home It tnii imr irwiro than twentr uue year Third If thrjnry helieter beyond n rottoti was not lundeil Witness wns in Cincinnnti nhle dmiht that the defendant bat been prinei nn the night of November 8 and attended In be geilty of the ulTeniu tot out In ItittriiCtMir Robinsons Opora boute but did not see Nn I or liiitnutinn No 2 but hut o a reuse i n cither Davis or Mrs Thompson thero ble doubt nf tlo degree of the offences llirj John Hnrris corrnbomtnl Mr Wilsons enn only fiiuf lilin guilty if tho lower degree testimony in legard to the gun and its be Fourth If Ihe try beliee from theevi denec hpvnnil n reatonnble ihiubt that the ie ing londcd John Graham nlso gave corroborative ftndnnt ihilip II I lininninn idiot and killed Waltnr Davit vet il they fnrtlier Ulinio Irom lettimi ny in regard to the rille Ben Hardin n prominent nttornry and the ortdenee thnt when ha tn phot aid killed tlio said liavisht liari reaionable gmundt t brother nf the presiding judgn nlo corrob- believe nnd dM believe thnt the raid Ilnvis war orated tho testimony of the preceding wit then about to iullrct ftpnn hi in lust of lire or greet nest in rcgnrd to the rille being empty bodily harm nnd tha tho killing of Inn Ik was when Davis carried it along tho street Irom necetinry or apparently neotitary tu protect Wilsons store to his home himsolf from raid let of life or great bodily Mrs Sne Lyne was the next witness inbsrni they thvuld acquit him Filth If tho jury believe from the evidore She had been a resident ot Hir troduced that Phil II Ihompton Jr at the tliuo rodsburg for years and wns well acquainted wilh all the pnrtiei Some time ngo when killed Waller Dav i If they believe from the inentlly on a visit tn the Thompsons she heard eridenco thnt he did kill hiiu was wnt Miss Buckner say thnt Wnlter Davis and iniiney tt not tu kuow that orsuch net hnve tithi r I e j ii nr morally vrionj tuth not to his wifo had refuted to speak to her when clout power nr control tu gureru lite ictiunr they met her at the depot nod that she they thutild ncrjnlt him Buckner would make her Davis sorry Sixth If thtre bo a leatnnablo dnnbt of tho and bate revenge Mint Buckner also dofendnntt being rmirau lu be gntlty ho is mnde srnne threat in irgard to tho father of entitled to an acquittal Walter Davii People generally said that At S 30 oclock pm Hon R S Rohhin Miss Buckners character for morality and of Lagrange oicticd ihe argument fur lim verncily was not gnnd He said that ihe defendant Mr Turner B Fisher testified thnt the lulip B Thnmpton wat a mini of distinrille Davis carried along the street was guished ability und occupying one ot lim empty and that ho was merely Inking it law whh home from Mr Wilsons where be had left highest offices in tke land but the it it day nr two befnro There had been no no respecter of persons und instead of bit perceptible change in the conduct of tho elevated position excusing his offctiket it nggmvated it Once upon iv lime Thompson fnmilv townrd ilia Davises dur only Kentucky had won the numo of the dink ing the pnst five months From what he ground and it was now in had heard Miss Buckners reputation was nnd bloody these latter tlnys acquiring new claims in bad le Its citizens too often took the Mrs Garnett the mnthcr indaw of the this til Inn into their own hnudu nnd they should defendant the eiidenco of lubttauliatod Mrs Lynp in regard to Mifs Buckners now be tnugbt that they could nutduso and threats agsinst the Davis family and hrr go uuwhipped of ju t ce Tho speaker carpfully recapitulated ihe entire tetiniun She hnd in determination to be revenged the cacc muking light of the theories of known Mits Buckner for many oars and pmntinnal insanity snil justifigood ielf dofense hnd heard that ber character was not He lnid the whole buiden of the cation Mrs Sue Lyno was recalled and in re crime upon that beautiful woman JestiH pnnsc tn interrogatories stated thnt she Buckner who so lately detailed the story wns on the Cincinnnti Southern train re- Â¬ of duplicity and doublo dealing btfora lh turning from Nicholnsvillo on November court Sho was as stony and as lovely ns Mrs 29 tbo dny before Thanksgiving Galatea Such women hnrn made more Thompson was on the same train and snid misery and crime in the world than has re Â¬ and showed sulted from nny other cnusn I believe tiiut she hnd been tn Cincinnati witness tome purchases she had mude she is materially responsible for this terri- Â¬ Witness noticed no traces of dissipation ble tragedy and she coriiplacuntly glories Mr T B Fisher testified that she wns in it In conclusion gentlemen of the jn in Cincinnati on November 28 Met Mrs ry let mo stale hat before Ihilip BThomp Thompson on tha itrect nbout 5 ojclnuk son took the law in his own hands and be cnmejndge jury and executioner not fiftv They stopped and chatted ft few minutes Mrs Thompson was srber Wnlter Davis mea in all this world knew of hit wile s nnt with her Waller Dnvis hud called on alleged disgrace which he thereby pub witness nnd Mrs Crit Davis at 111 west lisbed to the world and if infamy follow his family which God forbid ho alone is to Fourth street about 2 oclock and remainWhen wit be blamed ed three quarters of an hndr Mr mibbins was succeeded by IlonWm ness met Mrs Thompson with Mr Davis at r oclock she Slid thnt ihere had been a Owenn of Georgetown who represents thv wreck idi ibo road nnd thut Mie crnld not widow of Waller Duvis in tho prosecution return nnd win on her wny to tcleguph to I havo somo be eloquently said in the name of that brokcndieartcd woman of her her little dniigliler Thn prosecution then announced thnt dtsgrAcod ehildran nnd ol an outraged jus hp ex lico askiug you to vindicate tho memory they had twelve mofe witncise lo nlnined vet The court then ndjourned un- nf an innocent man and to remove from hi family the Inul sluin of dishonor which bnt til Monday morning In doing this vou netil fallen upon them elXTlf PAY not ticcessnrilv be cruel to Philip B Thomp Cod t met nl 8 oclock Monday morning Ho would welcome with overwhelm son the lib nnd und Mis Crit Dnvis wns ing joy tho hour which would redden his in lebultal by the prosecution She testified that a c wa in Cincinnati on bunds with innocent blood but restore hit wife lo his mind in nil hor womanly imriiv the 2U ol Nnvemberani snw Wlltrf Dnvis Ho t nlled nt Iter boarding home til and do jutiicp to those who are forted to Four h Mil eel nnd mmnined about nuhniir tbaro a husbanda and a fathers shnme he lie nine nbout 2 oclock Hit wnt in the Like Ihe first orator the arraigned Jesrie Mrs FisliT and othr Buckcr pointed out inconsitencesi o C ty on butincii her testimony and represented hernsspite Intfies weie pieacnt when he came Mr K B Mfigoflin testified that Waltrr fully fanning the spark nf scandal into a Dvg wns nt Ins office Wednesday evening hlnzc Fur instance sho said that Mrs Walter Davis had pur wlih n Winchester rille Davit had previ Thompson said iiiidy burrowed a gnu from him nnd lud siiaded her thnt there wai a wreck on tbo A wreck being a matter injured it loinewlut and offered to ex Southern road change the now one lor his nftl left it with of fact tho sipenkee irgued that Miis Buck Â¬ alsified in using ill llfl lent the gun bick tn Dnvit at tt ner hnd delibeintely him mnrti Divit gun was word persnndodihinklngtomttkeit wns not ns good as his In rcgnrd to the ctllry on the St forcible not Inniled Dr J 0 Dedinon testified that front tlnir register ns H Dtvie instead of W the speaker tiitiil that tho final e what he had heitrd in lint community Miss Davit Buckners reputation for morality and vo could not be distinguished from an s and that the initial W hid simply bent latiiy was not good Jniues II Waltert testified that from omitted by on oversight Thn mere fart that he rogisteied ns from Harrod buig what ho bad heard Mist Buckners roputn lion for truth and morality wat not good in was it guarantee that he had no dishonors ble intentions He called attention to the the community James A Tomlinsnn nn undo of Miss fncl that the elevator man John Mnurer Buckners former hutbnnd testified that her said thnt when the two Walter Davis and rrpiitution lor moral character and veracity Mrs Thompson disappeared in ono room Ihiil was about 9 he infnimed Mr Roth whs not good in thn community Tbo prosecution here stated that they oclock yot two hours later when Mrs Roth told him of tin crcumalunce he ap had but one morn witness tn introduce 8peaking ofJesno peared mrprised Mrs Nuckols ol Cincinnati who would or They expect lo Buckner he stated that she had said that rive on the next trnin corroborate by this witness the statements Mrs Thompson came to her room in tbei of Mrs Crit Davis on Mrs Turner Fisher afternoon of that memorablo day so drunks nbout Waller Davis calling on them on No that sho fell prostrate on she flour and twoÂ¬ vember 28 at 2 oclock in the afternoon It bottles nf champagne foil from her clothing jet Mrs Roth passed Mrs Thompson wns agreed thnt sho shnuld hn introduced Inter nnd the protecutlon closed Its Cije In tho hall and did not notice that sho was Ho went so far particularly intoxicated wilh thai understanding The defense now introduced their rebut Â¬ ns lo r tnle lhat if Mrs Thompson was hi tal teitlmony Mr John I Pnrrl h lolo brlated It was administered by that artful gritnh operator at Hnrrodiburg tnttllied plotter Miss Huckner who contested that Hor guest thnt ho had recoived tho dispatch from Mrs she kept sheiry in her room Thompson to her daughter The dispatch had been plied with ibis wine and tt pru Â¬ was filed in ihe Cincinnati office at A 10 p ducod no effect until sho was in the crowd- I and so hod been compellti nt and received at Harrodsburg at lM p ed hot theater Phil Thump- - t to leavn earlier that usual in Dr las II Moire president of the Mer- snn had beard the story of tho affair fro ii cer National Bank testified that he had Miss Huckner alone and she had colored heard Mis Buckners character dicused and misstated it to suit her revengeful purShe was a chnnnol nf information in a detrimental wny since this trial Ue poses through it Hn fore that he hnd not heard her character poioulng all lhat flowed He did hear some talk of the referred to Mr Hcbujler its this nice Iittln impeached whnnmutea Louisville scandal several years ago and guutUnmti from Cincinnati streets then wits doubt In hi mind then from himself by dashing around the because with slit this unfeeling woman and what he read as to her guilt thu J K Schuyler proprioior of lha GIbjon boards nt his lintelgood Oikton ray it that if Miss Huckner llouie Cincinnati testified that Miss Hick her character is ner camo In board at his house tha lanor had been a choice spirit from tho lower iy part of last January Her chancier is glimn she could not havo rectdved worsn good so far as hi has seen Had nnt heard treatment at the hand i nf MrOweiu ihnn it questioned In Cincinnati Djd not know shn did Ho imnored the juty n fnrgrt all hut tho Inw anil to y iuinnber lhat jusilca her prior to January last T M Cm dwell nostmaiter at Harrnds Il inninihing different frnm mertv At the Ioiictiiinnnf bis rninarksiho hour burg testified that he had nnt heard Mat tfullaatl no T iuiIi Vir 1 Buckueis chructr i prmbed prior to - IHirilllIil triririi Jiiri nr I riiuriiltlivrrnil inu limn iiuiiiint m mi- - jur Mrn R C tXtifkiiiii lli1 oxtift wiinit fur tho prnei uiiiiii nrmril nin 1tnln 111 ijv IIH tl mw J r Hull clii met MJmi CO livteh 1 4V fi 1 lnwf iit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o BreckenridjE New O VKDNrSDAY YVXLLACE GRUELLE W MAY J 18M3 Editor r cx u bKTIOLHATICJ STATR XICKIT J Popt Ksiitt of Mnrlnn fir Usuttlnvernor J It II tKriMAM iT Adulr nr 1ivernor Yr Yt Tressurcr Jap W TTr of Krnnklln Vnr Auditor Patktti IIkwitt of llsrdln IVrSupt Iub InMti JtMicKKTTfcrFnvotlc I C Crcil nf llke V r IU glster Land Ofllee roustr TlrKrr K It rriMnnTmr For ntirrtcnlillr Attorney Uonsrsl lvllttllnf Mercer Tin song of Jacob had fnll n quickly djing It wns another Fori Donclauii nfTnir for S nion llollvnr Tkwkkiiury is the Anchorngc Asylum of Massachusetts Tin tnaulo of a wnriiors luino id nlly lost its grip lifts cv Tin poitlinl thimble riggers ought to give the Jacoli family a rest rebel veil will not fnll like sweet est music on the enr of the Danville Tribune Tin Â¬ i Tin conibinntou against Knott broke in two in the middle and fell lo piccas at both ends Ir looki suiriluoiti but the government lim concluded to issue beans to the Wind IUvcr ludiiins 1ciillAls llie republicans will nominate a candidate for governor who mnjr protc ac Crpuble to the LotiNtillc Post is not thu man lo pur chase n nomination He won bis tictory fairly and squarely All intitnnlioiM or ns- - Ikoctur Knott rtions to thu contrary are base fabrica tions Â¬ The republicans of this county have nom inated Mr Vieisiimiu Dasturliuld lturton f r representative Dy the time Dr Hice Pennington gets through with him he will be Mr Vivisected Dastcrfield Ilurtou Â¬ Cot Jones can console himself with t lie reflection that while George Washington llicro was no rconded hts uuininntlon J hoinns Jefferson or Andrew Jucksnu present to say a good wonl fur Mr Knott Tim Danville Trihuuo fays Mr Knott wis udjuinnt general of the C S A of Missouri Of course it lies but then ly ing comes ns natural to a republican editor u stealing docs to a republican office holder Â¬ Now that Dr Mnry Wulkcr has transferred bar affections to Dariums giant MuCartjr of the laducah Journal wonld I are us belicte that he is not a jilted being mid that his attachment for the fickle fair o 0 was purly platonic The ticket is all that could be desired II ii an exceptionally good and strong nud pure ticket Kvery mint on it is a man of high character social stnndiug and marked Wo aru proud of the ticket ability prouder of the convention and proudest of our party We expect to do good and lion ct and earnest work for this peerless ticket We feel right now like eating raw the best We could man the opposition can trot out ling in i 11 ti tu in his ears back oil his hcv tin J swallow him like an oytcr a IwurliKVToii The mistake of Mr Monis in likening Mr Knott to Hector was not so great in Jen J W Ilodmnn of KruiiMin county his classing the famous young Trojan war Jiinu F Cantrill nf Poott county lior as a ireck as the Louistillc Tost apAttllla Cox of Owea county The best authorities in pears to imagine P P Helm of Kenton county P 11 Hril ofIclfcrson county historical matters all unite in the opinion Alexander Mruihall of Mai on county bused on the earliest traditions of the rc K Stnckdile of Login county Oeo T lulT of Barren county cians that the Trojans were a Greek most Ssui V Hill of Djvieji county certainly a non Hellenic people Polony ocin tlio northwest And the following gentlemen nrn recom cupying a smnll country cornerof Asia Minorin the region of Mount mended for members of the state executive Local traditions connected them committee Ma Fint dlttrlct Henry Ilurnett coscly with Crete and Homer in the Iliad Fcond dlitrlct lluutur Wood and father xx makes 1riam king of Troy Third dlstriU C M Thmnij Fourth dllrlct W F 1ell Heeler sixth in descent from Dmdanus u rifth district Thos II Shcrloy native of Crete and founder of the dynasty Sixth illrlrlrt Clim 0 Wxllacs jftouth dlitrlct Jnmet Mullijm Hut however that mny be wheihir the Eighth dlntrUt ll inkln Mnsou Trojans were Greeks or not and whether Ninth dlftrlrt S tl Konmr was a Gicek or not is not the ob Hector Tenth distriol Jin tliirdner Kli viulli diatrltt 0 V Thoinpion jpction we find to Mr Morris comparison i the fact that brt compared fortunate Jt And are chargfd with the organization Mr Knolt to unfortunate Hector that we mid conduct of tho pnity in thu idato On motion tho ballniine fur governor object to- Hector was slain before the walls The first ballot was now entered upon of Troy while Mr Knott vins not only not was had at ti olock p in and resulted as captured the Posts Troy without follows slain but receiving a scratch la other words ho Knott IfiOrf Owlcy HO uoj Ihere Kli and dont jou forget it Lo- Jouei 205K Jacoli Total TiV llljfwhile Ilectcr didnt Achilles was Iluckuer gan On mniion the convention adjourned the fhsip Mr Morris was hunting for when until 8 uclock p m bo collared Hector Â¬ Â¬ The convciitiiiii nut prompily nt iiclutk nml was cdled tu imler by rihniruiali On iiioiloit of Mr Ilnllntn nf Cnmpbelh llio congressional dstrlcis were called that candidates for governor might be placed in iiouilnntimi but nn ballot was to bn had until niter the committees on credentials and organisation hnd presented their re port mill tin mtmr been ncled upon When the fillh district was n nched Col lluunelt 11 Young ol Loulillp nomina ted Hnii Clin I Jacoli iif his city When the viithth district wan culled Col WcMi of Lincoln nominated Judge Mike Owsley When the olevenih ilislilct wns renched Cup I II C Martin nf llarl nomliiutcd Gen Simon llulivnr lliickner The call of the district Leing repealed when the fourth dinlilcl was reached Hon Inme A McKeiiiiie of Christiun iiomi lulled Hon J Iroctor Knott When the sixth district was called Mr JamcA W It an of Kenton nominated Hnu Thos L Jours The rcmnitiing districts not responding with nomiiialioiip on motion the nomina tions were ilicliriil closed Gov Dlackbtiin now appeared nnd made a difeine of his ndminittiniion in which be denounced those who had charged him with corruption as base infamous liars He was freuentlviiilerrupted by cries for inc commiiicr which cnuseu inm in conclude his harancue with ilirsn words I thank jou gentleman who hat n paid me attention mid as for thu rowdies I have a perfect contempt Two repnits a majority and ft minority were presented by the comnilttco on perThe committee on manent organization crcdciitiuls antieared and presented their reports after which the iiiiuoiity report of the contnitlee on organization was voted on ns a substitute by counjicsnnd rejected Tho report nf tho majority was then adopted For lack of space we are com pelled to omit the greatur portion of the Kiiitor Xkws report Hon Isaac Caldwell shall be the permanent president of this convention The following shall be the vice presidcnU First diitrict 0 W Reeves Second district Hun or Wood Third district Hon T Perkins Jr Fourth district Samuel II Hobbs Fifth district Hon John Hoach Sixih dislrict Judge P T Uojd Seventh district Col John Allen Eighth district M J Durham Ninth disti id Charles Fleming Jen L Snjder Tenth district Hon 0 A Durham Eleventh district Hon K P Johnson of Louisville Hon Thos S Pctittj of Daviess county bo nnd act as secretaries of this convention that Georgo Wnrren of Fulton county and A 0 Itubertson of Pendleton county be and act ns assistant secretaries that the rules of the houf e of representatives of Kentucky in force at last sofsion govern the delibera tion of ibis convention That the nomination of candidates by this convention shall be made inthefollow I ng older First governor second lieutenant governor third attorney ucneral fourth auditor of public accounts fifib treasurer sixth superintendent of public instruction seventh register of the land office In taking balloifl counties represented sball be culled in ulihnbeticul order and Xo county shall be the vote received permitted to change iti vote until the same shall havo been completed or after the result ol tho ballot has been announced That when the president of the convention shall have announced the result of the seventh ballot for any nomination bo shall also announce the name of that candidate who hut received the lowest number of voles on such ballot and thereupon the name of such candidate shall not thereaf ter be voted for for nomination In the same office nnd in liks manner on each succeeding ballot until the nomination is effected Upon the call of the counties to vote should its delegation not bo ready to votu such county shall bo pasted and not again called until the vote shall have been com plcled whnn such parsed counties shall be again called in their order and their vote recorded The committee recommend the following gentlemen for the state central committee J Stoddard Johnston chairman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AITKKVOIIX HICHIOX lushi mi drtstiiksfcu ha mini nsm I heard nf llils blatk cloud that has fnllen droiiped were ho permllted to enter the his home 1 thouifht that In no 210 bnllot This Irlt the litbl char in the two iitmn I better use my humble powers tlluii could thrt real rnnitstnnla Ki OH nnd Junes f9fHsK if I he seventh Uallol was pmceeded willl mid tile Ihnnges llUm Junes In Knolt be t fline so Imiiiciit lliat when the vole of Louisville was recorded nnd the defeat ol Jones became uiiparacnt the friends ol the latter withdrew his name nnd moved the unanimous nomination of Knoll Tho bal 72 J fij Junes Mi J 6 Knott lot aiOid Â¬ Total 711 was elioFf ii as the uumliiio of the deinoc riiev lor governor The ciniteiilion then adiourncd until A lid so all oclock pm J Proctor knot oclock jttTinxnnK HmsloN Thn confiiiillnn was called to order nt Itill oclock p m nnd tho chairman an nounted that tho first bininos in order wns the nomination of a candidate for lieut innnt gotcrnor wero then The fullnwing gentlemen Messis C T Allen placed in nomination ol Caldwell H 1nlK Jonnsnti oi jruer P P son Clinton Grillith of Dawes est of Johnson of Fat eUo Caleb Haniion V II Young of Hath nnd J V Hiiultnnn of Ailntr As soon rs iinini nutioiis were closed the nnmo of Mr Griffith wns withdrawn nnd a motion to drop the hindmost man after the third ballot adopted The first bnllot was then had which resulted as follows Â¬ Allendi 161 187 Hhidman U9i At this point the committee on resolu tions announced their readiners to report mid tho convention signified their willingness to receivo it The following ncsnitTKiNR were then presented and adopted 1 PolkJolmsoni8 K PPJuhnson 30 C W West V B Young 72M Â¬ That the ilomocrscy of Ktntucky In con- Â¬ vention assemldod rtaflirm our unabated confidence in and affection for the principles and policy embodied In the organlo law of the dem ocratic party adopted at the national demo emtio convention held at St Iouls in 180 and ratified at Cincinnati In 1680 of pop2 That bcllorlngtliohlghestiocurlly ular government depends upon the Intelligence of the people wo declare It to bo the duty of tbo legislature of this commonwealth to foster a wise and efficient system of public schools S That our laws In relation to roienuo and taxation should be so framed as to secure eipjnl Ity in rate of assessments ns nearly ns possible and to insura th collection of rtronue In the most convenient and Inexpensive manner 4 That a convention to amend our present stato oonstitutlou should ba called as soon as practicable under tho forms of law In order to bring our constitution In lino with the progress of the HE We favor developments of tho resources o Inviting the state by friendly legiilutlin ninonc us oapttal and immigration from abroad ft We send words of cheer and congratulation to the democracy of tho union on the magnificent prospect of victory In tho presiden tial eluctinn and wa assure them that as heretofore the old guard of this commonwealth will be at the front of battlo in the fight for the ood of tho whole peoplo of cur rcpuhlls Mr Henry Walterson wns then introduced mid made u charncteiistiu and able epeech in approval of the resolutions after which the bailotini for lieutenant Governor recommenced and two ballots had without reiult After the second ballot the name of Mr P P Johnson was withdrawn and the third ballot resulted in E Polk Johnson being dropped The convention then adjourned until Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 810 pm KVEXINO ftl HMO Â¬ The convention was colled to ordar at the hour designated and the balloting resumed The fourth ballot resulted 247 1f9 Allen Hlndman 1G 165 Young Wist There being a dispute in regard to the accuracy of the records by the secretaries the ballot was retaken nnd resulted as lo I loAg 161 Allen 170J4 Young 225 West 182J4 Ilindman Mr Young hnving received the lowest vote was now dropped The fifth ballot wns begun when tho name of Caplniu Alien wui wilhdinwu leaving the conlot to Hindinnn nnd West I JH u 0 and The result was Hiudman West 2H2 1 fi a pi Iliudiiinns nomination wns then mnde unanimous After short speeches by Hiudman West Pulk Juhiunn Capt Allen nnd Van Young tho convention adjourned u u II jI oclock Friday morning I 1 gt MH1IT PKSSIIiy THK S TATEVON VHSTIOX IltrUYINUtY StlSION The democratic state convention to nom inate candidates for the state offices as sembled ill Lciderkranz Hnll Louisville lit koon of Wednesday the lGih instant and was culled to order by Mr 1 It Iletd uhnirman ot the state central committee at 1207 Â¬ pm Â¬ The proceedings were opened with pray er by Hi Hov Million Dudley of the lpis copal diocese of Kentucky Hun Ikaac Caldwell of Louisville was unauimoiiily choon temporary chairman Messrs V Polk Johnson Thos S Pcttlt Oeoigo Wurren ami A 0 llobirtson were app diited temporary secretaries Thu chairman in accordanco with a resolution to that effect proceeded to uppoint This district the customary committees Tho court room was crowded Tuesday of avoiding thu point at issue It was ihouicht he said thnt the jury morning it leing known that Senator Dan simply be Voorhees of Indiana would addiess the would acquit Mr Thompson cause he was Little Phil but they should jury in behalf of tho defense and bo run to their oaths and riso abovo pity Mr Voorlieei occupied three hour hold the closest attention of court jury and enm passion nnd sympathy and regnrd spectators with one of tho most masterly juslico alone Duly should ho the first efforts ever made in a Kentucky court object In the eyes of the juryman and He began hit address with these they should hew to the line no matter house where the chins fall words Tho lines ol the defenso on the score of In the cold phraseology of the indictment Philip II Thompson stands charged self defense and Insanity lie showed to bo this district Dulllt rcpttieuting On Iho whole It wai a SKCOND DAYS SBSSIOV A incnmnalible What is a murderer with murder The chainnaii appointed the following Tho coiivrntion met-- iiromplly at 10 creature at black hideous and terrible as splendid nddress which instead of ad Ho is a pealing to iho hearts nl the jurors pointed a fiend from tho regions below additions to the committics To that on oclock a m Tliursdny tho lith initmil and ivus called to order by the chairman vidian who creeps unaware upon hit vic- out lo them the cold hard law At Its i r janization lion Henry D McHenryof warning conclusion a ripto of nppliuso ran Ohio county and Hon Jiuiies Ollarn of who nnnonnced that tho sotenlli bnllot on tim and without a wonionts through Iho audience and many showo I a the nomination or Governor was now in si ty i him Is tho defendant such a man Ituulun To the committee on Tedmitlal Ilofore 1 conclude gentlemen I will en- disposition lo clap lliolr huudi Judge Ilni Gen WWilliams of Daviess and tinier At this point Judge Ml l 8nnfley of deavor tOshow win the murderer was and Hardin found it necessary to lell tjio as To I lie meph Gardner ol NVnshliigliiii I hey had beinv linn V V Mc Lincoln county aroso nnd withdrew the who deserved death I have known llie de semhlid crowd that m t imniitieo on resnliiiious This acllnn wus feiulaut Hot h re among his friends and vd themselves as became gentlemen l it tl lilrov nf Warren and ex Guv Jus IJ Mc nuine nf Judge Ovale followed by tho willrlruwnl of the name ol neighbors- - but far away and the hnnett was entirely wrong to cheer or manifest a Cri ary of Madison upright nature nf lloi nun has bound him disposition to do so and that II he di cor Ilia cmventioii thou adjournal to 2 I0 Duckner ns he being the hiudmosl candi j my heart with Lcota of iteel and when red who wai doing this thing he would date would unit r the rales aduptml bts clock pm o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 was represented on the various committees by the following gentlemen UCJ 21AH OwsUy Jont Total 73H On Orgaiiualion A II Montgomery of Hardin Tho sixth bnllot resulted as follows On Credentials John D Wickliflo of Owsley 231 10ti Knott 227 171 M Jouet Iluukncr Nelson Tots 7IJ James V Hnyrs of On Kesolutions It now being 12 oclock pm the convenHardin from cachcnncressionsl tion adjourned on motion to meet at 10 A vice president oclock Thursday morning district was chosen Dr 8 M Hobbs of The convention met prmnpllynt the hour appointed was called to order by the chair mnn and tho balloting fur governor resumed The second ballot resulted as follows Knott Jacob IOIK 203 Owsley UOi Jonn 7 II Total Duckntr IllVf The third ballot rosulted us follows Knott Jncol RV 187i 0rily 9fi I Jnn Total 6 J 7 WiVi 118 nucknsr At this point Col Dennett II Young who had placid Mayor Jacob in nomination oioso and withdrew tho iinmo ot that gentleman ut the urgent request of the liitlir who hud been put in nomination against his will Tho fourth ballot was then had which resulted as follows I Knctt 223 121 Qwilcy 171 Tlucknir Jonc 2I7M Total 735 Tho fillh ballot resulted as follows 17S 221 J I Duckner Knott Â¬ fij I Â¬ TI1IHI DAYS SKSSION The emit Piili in met mid win called to order nl 8i u in and the chit i mmi mi pounced tlmt unminalious fur nlloruey gencrnl were in order Tho iinnio of Messrs P W Hnrdin It A Joups and M A Musnn worn presented Jones IcJIiJ Hardin Tim ballot stood 21SJ Mason IJ And P W Hardin was declared the nominee Jamra W Tate fur treasurer was nomi nated by acclamation ns was also Fayette Hewitt for auditor Col Thos L Jones now appeared and gracefully and fielingly accepted the result thnt had brought him defeat mid eloquently pledged hearty support to his victorious opponent Tho following gentlemen were placed in nomination for superintendent of public instruction Messrs W T Halstll W 11 II hj ward J l Pickett 7 P Smith Geo A motion M Fdgnr und II O Taj lor prevailed to diop the hindmost man after thu first and oncli succeeding ballot until u Thu name of iiomiiiniiou wns renched Pi of HuLell was then withdrawn and tho Before the result wns an ballot began nounced many counties bcLnn to change their voles the names of Haywnrd nud Taylor wero withdrawn und Prof Pickett wua cliiiou by the hnndsome vote of 10JJ The nonilnntion was mnde uninitnous For regisier of tho land office Messrs Thet H Corbet U II Sheldon II M Harrison Alex Oratit nnd J 0 Cecil One ballot wni were put in nomination taken and Mr Grant being tho hindmost The second bnllot wns mnn was dropped begun when the namo of Harrison was Mason county changed its withdrawn voto fiom Sheldon to Cecil and the entire Sheldon support headed in that direction Young Jtke Cot butt pland earnestly for his Cecil won by a fmher but uimvailingly On motii n vote of IJH7J to Corbett s 1151 Cecils nomination was made unanimous After the adoption of n resolution com plimentary to Chairman Caldwell the convention adjourned sine die Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PHIL THOMPSONS TRIAL Concluded KKVEXTII DAY punlshed Gods justice as well as mans revolts at such an idea Never w n their a brother hurt lor slaying the dell uier of his lister Never did a husband meet his fate upon the gibbet fordelcnding tho honor of his wife Whero waves the stma nnd stripes Itom ocean to ocean and Irum pnlc to pole never has a man been put on the gallons or worn Iho convicts gmb for de lending the purity ol his firrsde Purity Is the foundation from which llnwsour glo rious civilization and every seducer every denlrnjer of n happy home shoud ns I Should then the de think be punished fender of his home his honor and Ihalot No his family should lie be punished Thojustlco of God nud of men dies No Virtue Is the ersonce of civilization nnd ho who protected It is the man mot to be lauded this is tho first Imo that Gentlemen this state has ever dishonored Itself by such Never was the sluyer of a a piosecution base seducer called before the bar of justice Neter has a case like this been broucht before the court of appeals and shall this handsome accomplished gentlo man whnin you have chosen to represent you in the hulls of congress now bo pun ished for an act of honor and divine justice His Honor lias given you instructions to acquit the accused if you find that at the limo ol the deed he could not control himself It is more than any mnn can endure It is said that KrniutKiatis are more bel ligerent trnn elsewhere tbat they nre marked with a civilbailon from which bar The press has taken up barism outcrops this question And discussed it ns though human naturo was different here in Mercer the Gentlemen county than elsewhere sympathy of the country Is with Philip II Thompson Home is the same the world over hnd it is an impulse of untrue to de stroy tjc man who ruins it Tho Al mighty God whom we all adore hath proHe who claimed to n listening universe commits adultery with anothers wife even his neighbors wife shall surely die and now would jou attempt to controvert the edicts of the most high Gentlemen every citilizcd country has accepted this law as just as divinely right and now would you reverse ull the history of thenges I hate heard that peoplo sometimes reach such a condition that tiny see unsightly things and I doubt not that when thu defendant saw Walter Davis on that fatal morning that he appeared o him as black as a fiend hot from hell Gentlemen the crimo of Walter Duvis wns not seduction It was rape It was He knew her inworse than rnvisbment firmity nud ho madu her intoxicated with a purpose and when this was accomplished ho had his victim helpless in his toils The counsel for the dclense say that Philip U Thompson should have nppenled to the cold law for vengeance ho should hnvp sued Davis in Ohio for adultery nnd hnd him fined not less than 20 nor more than say 3j damages for 50 of an average Damngesl What dam such an outrage ages could there be for a paradise lost for ashatteied home And what would a man do with such moaej It would not shrivel in his pocket book it would shrivel in his Ho would become a mnrk of detesheart tation and even well bred docs would gite him the right of way Gentlemen the law is quoted that thu injured husband must I have catch his wronger in the very act heard this stuff for years It has been t peed out of every respectable court for This world moves and the law 200 j cars compiled by corrupt judges in the reign of Charles II in a degenerate and effemIt inate age should not now bo regarded is a woild of progress and law mint move forward as does all else Glancing at tho testiinniiy us ho pro ceeded hu showedthat every point in Jessie lluckners evidouco was corroborated by so mo other witness and that no vital Ho paid n point came from her alone liiuh compliment to her integrity and up iblit dtiilini nud reprtsented her as n much maligned and abuied woman who is cndeavoiing by all honest methods to r pue herself to be ablo to earn a livelihood by teaching music Spenkini of Thomp son conduct after the fun fill revelation had beou made to him he showed thnt he did not pursue Wulier Davis did not lay in ambush for him und seemed to slinn llie bedding of blood inn when ut Inst the two in cl in personal contact he could no longer control himself nnd tho awful tragedy oc curled It was not n dejiberalely plained in u rib r but was commuted in an net of lu nzy Davii nccoiding to the lestimoiiy nasuriiiid lo do baitte und fell wiih his ipvnlter hull drawn from his pocket He A had not expected Mich rapid action parley was what he wished mid he wits ready for it In voiikduding Senator Voorhees mndna brilliant invocation to the juiy He implored llieri ns they loved viitno and piri M its lliey respected the grand iradilioui nl llicir couniiT to do heir duty und len der a veidict of not guilty Lieutcnant Giivcriinr Cantrill wa tha first peuker of he alternoon He elabor ately icvicwed the entire evidence in the case and made a strong argument for thn pimei iniou It is ucnerally said thnt Ids Ho speecii was one of Iho bout yet made spoke for nn hour and h quarter and then Major Jeio Mnrlnn of Lexiiminn likewise for tho prosecution followed him It has been claimed ho said that the defendant is justified in his nets hy the Uws of God man and nature and thai had he not killed Waller Dnvis he would havo been recreant to his honor to his family I can not and to his country ay that llie u viewi nf a high Christian civilization Years aitn ihero lit n coincide with mlu i i New Orleans a man of distinguished aiility n lawyer unexcelled in his nativo sate nud a member of the confederate His wife fell and ilcpcd with assembly hor seducer but that man ull centleiiess mid kindness did not pursue nnd slay He only wept that she should have him proved so unfaithful Out of the wreck of tlie confederacy he gathered what remained of hia fortune and that his children might not be pointed at with the finger of scorn he left the south and sailed across tho sea To day that mnn Judah P lo Knuland ilelijuuiiii is the foremost lawyer in Lin don a legal author of wond rful ability and a man of undoibled honor Yet he does not slay those who wronged him to clear bis bonor No instead he annually sends his erring wife 0000 He then proceeded to pick flaws in Son ator Voorhees speech Very cleverly did he analyze the address of the noted states man and show how he had constructed it Hedicwn humorous picture of the coun sel lor the defenso nnd their method nf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in Ills behall he continI will show you gentlemen ued why crimes of this nature mo neter CONTINUES and Oil Cloths r 3 Tho interest In our great CA11PET SAIjIC U mJitbntcd nml the rush continues Hut wo nro eqttnl to the emergeney tin wo forcstuv thnt the dcnuml this season would bo very great nnd therefore mnde thomurft fcatlsfactury nrrungbments alld being appointed Solo Agetita for several lines of tho best makes of udirDCl s Wo ran offer special iiuiticcmonta ns no othir houvo cnn Call and see ns to morrow nnd be convinced tlmr which wo tell yott is true In pushing throitgh the crowd nssctubled in our store Inst week quite frevuetit ly tho remark was hoard Is it possible for BACONS to sell such lovely Carpets at siiih rcmnrknbly LOW PHICE9 in such re Â¬ markably LOW PRICES in such new and beautiful colors and exquisite desigms Our answer is Because we nre solongcnts for several lines because our assortment is lnrgo nnd verv choice because wo do not charge 50 to 100 per cent but nre satisfied with moderate profit because we do not offer any special leader but each nnd everything in itself is a leader HOW IN THE WORLD fe Â¬ WHITE GOODS SILKS PARASOLS Â¬ We nre now in the midst of our Spring nnd Summer sale nnd invite special attention to our imnion e line of White Goods of all descriptions such as Princess Lawns India Linens French and Paris Mull Em- Â¬ broidered Muslin etc Special sale of Black and Colored Silks Summer Silks 1500 dozen Sunshades nnd Parasols cmbrncing nil the newest nnd latest Stvles in Lace trimmed ruffled in Satin nnd Silk Just opened J1 CDQpoxtera EACOJM Samples and prices sent by mail of all kinds of merchandise wilh the exception of carpels free of charce We have a ulnr department tinder the supervision of ono of the firm for this branch of our business and will insure those entrusting their rtr or ders to us that they mny depend upon having them filled with tho snmo rronipiiicss care and ot the same prices as if tin der their Kvery special care given toevery mailorder own supervision Enclose stamp in sending for sntnples In sending for sitmrilri state in what paper you saw our advertisement J DACON SONS Louisville Ky Col commit him for contempt of court Thomas C Hell a well known Kentucky lawyer was the next speaker Ho wn not an impressive nor impolitic fpeaker He referred but his norts are convincing to tho prosecution ns being on n wild hunt for blood mid then if they succeed ed in their gory intent thnt they would in tercede wilh the governor for pnrdon and continued the speaker if the governor tvna to do then Phil Thompsons prosecutor Liiutcnant Oovernor Cantrill would ho the one who stood between his Think nf it gentlemen life mid liberty his prosccntor with blood money in his hnfiil to bn his final judge Id know all about the case inter rupted Oov Cantrill Col Hell is a painstaking conscientious into nn worker nnd carefully entered At the elaborate discussion of tl e case cnncluiinn of his vigorous remnrks the nflernrnn session enme to nn end nnd court adjourned till Wednesday morning ItOIlTII Mr George V I 425 427 AND 429 MARKET ABOVE PRESTON ST SdlLIL OIRIDIEjIR DEIPJLIETaviriElNl SONS ToToloars strLd lESetsiIlexs Â¬ Â¬ fcyj ADIES WRL MWfM FACT DiPT BUY YOUR MILLINERY c ntv gathering testimony and elaborating plans Denny followed next for Tho foiinduiion of nil the prosecution said Iip government good governments must be formed on sei urity lo lifa nml property and this can only bo obtained by tho speedy ligid and impnitiiU enforcement of tho law Sentimentality i not compatible with law It would batter down all the bulwarks which ktv has raised fur the protection of society and the fnsteiiiig Crime must be punished of cit iliiitiou It matters without regnd to the ciimiiial not ceiillcmrnof the jury thai some of you have gone through the crili of butt lo with the delendeut or with hN father or that you havo fought side by side It niniters not with ynut decision loii must be pcfeetly imiinrliul nnd guided by the law nlone The speaker tlien pioceeded to consider tho plea of sell dnfeuse and emotional in nniiy A mnn according to his opinion who ns tho in the back nf the bend could not very well bo killed in self defenc he asked that the Would you believe grntljniHii who has so ably represented this district in congress is tainted with insanity Why No jou would not and he is not dues not llie defense sick to the brat e lion oi able plea that Phil Thompson entered tthen he fiist committid the died tbat ho hud kilhd Unllir Dhu because ho hnd mnde hix wife drunk in Cincinnati und then del nuched lcr Coitiiiting he relcrred to the fact that thn deli use hid tittcd litem because they had accepted blond money If ibis te ii it any wowo ihnn true ho exclaimed tukini iiioiey fur aiteinplinj to justify such n ho rible crime Vour honor interposed Judge Jacobs of counsel for the defense I wish to stale tbat not n gentleman connected with tho defense has received a dollar nor expects to riceivo a dollar for his services Yes cdinmonted tho speaker that is something you have never been known to do before but thero aro other things more valuable than money It is well to linve aa influential family Indebted tnyou and tthen you want a boost there you are Gov Cantrill has been criticised for Ills asocia Let mo sny that a lion with this case Illflckbum seldom dies nnd is never known to roigu So it is not m ull probublo that the luuteuant governor will cvir liod thn pardoning miner in his bauds and if he docs ns he has raid ho will know ull about the case In telling the story of tho events at Cincinnati the speaker elaborated mi entirely new idea of why Walter Davis look Mrs Thompson to hit room Itwtll be remem beied before the two started out in the eve ning to tho theatre Miss Duckner chmgod Davis not to give his companion any uioie wine or sho would inform Phil and ho would hold him respons ble Davis disregarded hump tho Injunction mid bringing Mrs n u bick In the hotel in an liitovct tl c in diiiun he was afraid to allow Mist Duckner to sr o her fearing the vengeance i f iho in jured husband and so ho took her into his room until she could becomo in a nicusurc snbor She was ten years his senior his kiiswomaii and he never ihouihtof evil in connection witli her Tho parlors and reception renins nere clixcil nnd so ho took her to his room but lliey went ns fi loads and enraged In convention im proved by When at last the teMlmnny nf Mr lloth idie ennio out her clothes wero not disar ranged and Ihoro wero no external evidences of debauchery Kven had Ins intentions boen its ulrged he would never havo uniicrtukoti to enrry them out in ns public n lace as tho Suuliir Hotel when bun dreds of assignation houses are to bo found In tSe immediate ueghborhood Mr Dennys nddiess wai pilnted mid strong nnd was thought by many to bo llie ablest delivered on thnt tide of tho case Hon J O S Dluckburn for the deftfiise then took the flo r Hardly had he begun speaking whnn ho wns Interrupted hy the entrance of thrro Indies dressed In tho deepest mourning nnd whoso features wero effectirtlly concealed by henvy veils Thero wns n lluftsr ol exeltonient when they en tered ns It was well known ilmt Mrs Thomp son hud declared her Intention of cumins to the court room throwing lifruir upon her knees befnre ilia jury proclaiming hor Innocence and passionately imploring that her wrongs be rluhcd slid her fiir namo Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ until you have examined my Summer stock Having just returned from the city I am notable to show the VEIY LATEST FASHIONABLE STYLES My stock of Hats and Bonnets for Old Ladie3 Middleaged Ladies Young Ladies Misses and Children is attractive from its Immense Variety- and desirable because it is A that I always give the be3t value for the money that is procurable anywhere The best line of Ribbors Satins Fancy Plumes Linen Collars and Handkerchiefs Ladies and Misses Hosiery ever shown in this market and sold at the low- Â¬ MRS H V DTTKCAN Agt est prices laoverporc ny i But Mrs Thompson was not vindicated They were Mrs Walter Danmnng them vis wfe ol tho deceased her mother mid horsiter-in-laDlnckburn perhaps was not so seveio as he might havo been on account of tli ir prcsenco but Walter Davi1 rrceivt d no mercy nl his hands He black eued his memory nnd painted his notion in thodnkest light branding him wilh the ttgma of all tlist is unmanly nnd dishon orabe Mnne hileihe bereaved widowsaf supp Tied by Iter mother with her face buiied in her handkerchief nnd hidden be hind her vail wbilo now and then n convulOccasionsive shudder shook her fi mue ally a low mono escaped her but th spea ker was immovable and went on in his ler riblo arraignment of the slaughtered man ho said only 1 8penk thus of the dead in jus ice to tho living There is not n bles ing on the earth thnt I do not wlh from the boitom of my heart for that poorbereav ed widow Dut who is to blamo for the H Mrs Dnvis has lost n hus widowhood band remember that Mr Thompson has lost n wife If hrr children aro futhcrbss bear in mind that his nro motherless She is not dead to be mim but she lives a living dcathi a milt monument lo her disgraco and to tbo awful efioct of an evil minded If there is to day gentlemen wailing and weeping in the noue ol Mrs Davis I ask you if all is sunshine in the house ol Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ uf Phil Thompson Proceeding from the Cincinnati scandal tn tho tragedy the speaker took up and dwelt at soma length on the self defense He el theorv presenting it very foiclbly oquently defended Miss Duoknor asking if Â¬ Kontucky lawyers hnd sunk so low ns to to impeach the purity of womanhood brenho the brcaih of slander that withers and shrivels the character of a woman fo His entire argument frail ut best forever hos nn earnest and dignified appeal lu concluding he mado a magnificent presentation ol that unwritten law and aid tlmt cases of this kind elonuuntlv could only bo cnrrled bofore one tribunal the great tribunal that God has estab Would yrju lished in ones consoiounco he said addressing the jury gentlemen do that which has never yet been done in Kngllili speaking countries would you he no base so crat en bo derelict in your duty to Ilia Most High nnd tu man m to do tliul which a jury lnu novor yet been found low Deal with htm as the Hi enough to do ble tells you as you would have him do to you Meantvliilo Mrs Davis bowed over until her head rested upon the table betas her but no cry catno from her lips Phil Thompson was moved His habitual calm ness did not desert him but ho leaned for- Â¬ ward in his sen and seemed lo ho drinking In the words of the distinguished advocate eagerly scanning his faro the while His father was powerfully affected He buried his faco in tils hands and renting Ms arms nn his knees sat a picture nf Iho most profound though silent aitxloty and doubtful mediUtlon Finley Shuck tha commonwealth i at torney commenced before 2 oclock the He clobiiu argument for the prosecution is not nn eloqnut man but a conscientious apolco for over an lawyer and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hour confining himself in the ditcusrinn to the testimony nnd llie instructions Yhilc ho spnko earue ly and frireihly ho seemed at the nnn time to labor ns if nt times his foundation were shaky At 2 5 oclock Iho celi brat ed case vn I nnded into the custody ol tt u jury The sheriff escorted the twelve citi zens to the jury room in the second Etnrv of the court home and left them to tli r Many of the crowd left iim deliberation court room to get a breath of fresh ar the green yard The lawyers chntted lilt Iq Phil rat calmly in his chair his twn brother by his side Apart of the thi they read n pancr and discusted some i f Near them sat the oilmi Us contents Tho fathrr brotheri Dr DavlsThompson with anxious faco mid it heart filled wiin emotion lor the fate of his boy paced llm floor of the bar near his threo sons Inn only children Tho time sped along men continually ntriicd ther heads toward l a stairway whence should emerge the jnrv hut the jury came mil and spcriilatio i was rfa many claiming it would be hungjurr The clock finally struck four nnd tho minute hand had marked but few dnta on Ihe dinl when down mnrehed the inelvo in whose hnnds life i self had Tho crowd rushed into tho teen placed room nnd in confusion bankod against the bur Tho sheriff commanded order Paces blanched and stout men ceased to breaihu The jury was polled nnd Judg Hardin asked in a clear measured voice if they hnd found a vmdicl Smith Ovei sireet the foreman an aged and honest-laceman responded in a husky voice We have llo then rend the paor linking in his Iremolous grasp We tho jury find the defendant Phil D Thompson jr not guiliYi ns chnrged in tho inTho lits word had not esonp dictment ed his mouth beforo a shout went up thnt shook tho old court house from belfry to foundation stnno It wrs repeated ovev and over again despite tho judges gavtl and the sheriffs cries of order Men of nil nges rushed over eacli otbor Little Phil to shako nylhe hand Ho sat in his wonted place his nerva never having forsaken him llo received their Hia father and warm grnsps wilh feeling brothers prctsed him tn thsm The jury was out one hour and eighteen Thompson Sr minutes Col Phil I clasped the hand of die old firmer fore Thank God the viituo of mnn and said our wives is safe It was a scene novtr to be erasod from memory hit faih In a few minutes Little Phil er and brothers repaired to their law olfico Later where friends crowded co seo him In company with his cousin Hon John Charles Thompson tho free man walked Id the residence of his twin brother Mr Thompson said that ho would leave for Washington to morrow to see his lit tin daughter Mallin pmv at school at George- He has borne up bravely lown I 0 during this trying ordeal but tioyer onco winced or nked for pity This whnli community drew a sigh o relief vrlion hi case ended ofthecap mainly Â¬ n iwj d- Â¬ Â¬ fir Ik Nine eloping cntlple from Kcnt4kv wure married Inone week at Aberdeen i f 0 iflt riiininiMhnttiTfaefiiiltui in otir Itst Issue we briefly referred lo At n meeting of work the tJwKuyisuAYMAYarwaa the commencement of actualOil andonCoal Hreckenridt c mniy the rrpnbllcarn of held in the court railway of the iverpoit Wo keep comtnntly on liantl Compnny connect ng our town wlih the house at Ilardinsbnrg on Monday the 21st instant Col Allrod Allen was called Trnvclln Agent old mining village of Reiiiicttivillf henceDnintls of Fcrilizcrat Air i of Jlttcltyvittc U our forth to be known as Hamilton so named to the rhalr who staled that thn object ol ryufury authorized TtattUug Agent and in honor of the vice president of the cor- the meeting was In the Intercut of the reCOHN publicans of the county to select delegates GirmpunJtnt poration 1 Freckenridge News ln pur ltnllromti The Ilcpulillcitn Counttlon - oiircti Bo ne Fertil izers ii AN ELEGANT LINE OF GESMT5 full Htnek tlf the following llcliublu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ oTfHEtEQISLATUnEr sre authorised In announce Mr J I WIlidOM sn Independent candidate o rip nifiit ItreekenrMjce county In the popular t the ensuing Winch of lit fenersl assembly aiiuii incunn VTt Atj Mr 15J llogan of IioHiiriU mi lure Frt rv Judge Murray went to llrnmlenuurt Mon day night Mr Jai flsrdlner of HardlmWj wint to Ioulirlllo Monday night Mill Nelllo Downier lift Sunday fur ft molith i sojourn nt Shtlbyvllle Mr John Teamsn lift yesterday morning fur Grand Toner III lilt fnlurs home Mn Michael Illatn of Stephoniport was In tonn last weak Hie guest or Mn Dr Vux Mill Tulii Sawyer went to lioulirllle Sunday to ipinit a weak or ten dayi rliltlng rolatlvts Mr James Knay mat to EransTllle Tues day to be examined or an Increaie of pension Mn W II Smith of Iewliport came up Sunday and ti the guest of htr brother and Wife Dr r M Smith Mn E A Ilaldnln and daughter Mln Sal lie Matthews returneil from New Orleam lait week perfectly dollghted with their trip Mtnri 0 1 Jolly and Roland Smith of Hardlmburg hare gone to Lexington at delo gatai to the republican itate contention which luceti there to day Mr C V Moorman wife and ion Matter Charles J CapU A J Iron wlfo and niece Mill Sallte Pumphrey are In Iioulirllle thli week taking In the racei kToCAI UtteVITICH M Dr Brown hni bought a The Gleaner Providence littlo theet When the rain did come 225 Ivy Jersey cow it a ipicjr It came like call a fighting Nat Wilton hat purchased the Chick property on the hill Dr Owen took hit fine mar to Louisville Sunday to sell Sheriff Morirman moved into hit new res idencc one day Inst week I Â¬ v l Good hewers mnke from 2 to 3 per day Betting out timbers for the railroad Nearly every wagon and tenm in town hat been gobbled up by the railroad There it no excuto fur loafing now Yon can get plenty of work at good wages Charley Furrow has removed hit barber ahop across the creek under Sulzcrs store Mr John McGavock told 500 worth ol timber to the railroad contractors last wcok 4 - i Some poet has said that All torments of section and kept it up almost the damned wo find in only thee Oh Jealtermission for forty eight hours ousy thou ty runt of tho mind This is ttSfFast brilliant and lashionnlilo are grandly sweeping nnd magnificently inacA Forfcct Itemed lu 20 Dienoa the Diamond Dye colors One packngc Any sufferer from Indigestion curate A a it pie id Mass 10 cents for any colors 1 to 4111 of goods knows the contrary Indigestion I am verging on eighty years and deem villain to the tragedy played among the colors the it my duty to suffering humanity to hit gastric of juices of ibe stomnch can nnd does Dont buy Wall Paper and Window that my long life is due to HruxuitETlli Bliadet until rati have examined J D Piiis which have been my sole medicine double discount the horrors of jealousy Babbaces stuck the best in the city to te for half a century I know the last forty Jealousy is often an nttcndnnt upon the latthis ter and lcct from three years of my life is owing solely to jaundicedwhen indigestion is removed liver companion ol n deranged Yimr Pills saved me many BEST TONIC their use When you go to Hnrdinkbur stop nt the Taiuxixi is the bct known remedy times after the best medical skill in several flies Hamblelon llouie The accommodations Cures Completely for impaired digetion dcrnnged litextant I hare rire good and the proprietors courteous states bad given mo up as hopeless Iml tuition Mitlnrin IIvor nnd had many converts to purgation with er and diseases of the bowels and kiOieys Kidney niiilnlnt DmcRlit and attentive For sale and PliyNlrlnn oiulorxe It Dkandrctiis Pllts and have seen them flrashear cby A It Fisher Clorerport and Irnn Mllltri made by Uie only flrown Itgsdale Stephenspoit Mr George L Iloey 1717 W Walnut perform nhnost miracles of cure For chilrfaliimore Drown Chemical Co CroJied JJrowns Iron dren a few doses have cured measles scar tlreet Louisville Ky says red tines and trade mark en wrapper AcIiitlnlNtralor alcs Hitters has relictcd me of indigestion and let fever and whoopinr cough In all fe In ihe case of Hensey it Beard vs Har liver complaint male troubles and ttcakness I have never nett Fishers heirs Commissioner Dubbaze known them to fail In adull males I have sold 21 acre nf tho Fisher estate near this The woods round nhout the railroad are fairly nljvo with choppers and hewer and known them to cure the worst cases of dys city which ns bought by Mrs Amandu the music of the axe it a sweet harbinger pepsia iheumutism kidney discacs dys Fisher for 200 entry and diarrhiva even dropsy paraltsis of Letter limes coming In the caso of Elins Wilson vs Nancy and apoplexy have yielded to a persistent December thnuj h not at pleasant as course of UnvximtTiis Piiis In fact I Wilson and others n 250 nere tract was ex Mr I II Wilson took JO May it hete all the same It is a rare tight have found them the true Lifo Elixir I hey posed for sale nnd in this chmnto to see roses and overcoats art as continual preventives against the acres the paid off tho debt 171 50 N In case of M P Compton vs S blooming at the same time effects of time disease nnd labor Cnmpton 115 acres and dofendanta interJoiik II MNK The infant child of Mr P S Miller aged est in two other tracts were bid in by the four weeks died of convulsions about 11 rj Dnviwaon platntilt ior9ZlM Teresa Spencer vs Fnnny Vrncrublo Blackinun In tho cave of ARE BEING oclock Monday night and not buried at II TlicII III Twenty Ycur Appoint Ft Spencer and others 22 acres sold to Kob oclock yotterday afternoon incut ert Spencer for 135 Editor Ureckcnrldgo News WANTED Young lady correspond for mutual Falls or Itouin Kt May 4 The op vs In the case of John It Dellaven ndmr hy a young gentleman ents John Watts heirs 170 acres sold to J improvement and amusement Address pointmcut of the Her UlackiuaiiDavissnn At SStinnett for 119 50 mnde twenty years ngo was fulfilled LvcodXtTi Uox 91 Cloverpurt Ky In the ense of Joel It Allen vs Eli7a early hour the people began to assem Hugh Uobinon and John Scott of color an from this and adjoining counties until belli Worthnm colored 1 house and lot in ble were jugeed Saturday night for resisting a large assemblage had gathered when at Cloverport sold to J It Allen fur 25 In the case of Thos J Sweeney vs Iteu officers The former was fined 5 and costs 11 oclock the speaker arose and after in tbo police court Monday and put under some touching reinuiks about those who ben Mux ley et al 30 acres bought by kbondtoketpthe peace for twelve months twenty years ago had promised to meet plaintiff for C1 Mary Pinckston admr vs In the Work Given Out On receipt of your him there today May II 1881 but had Lewis caie of 100 acres sold to Muthrny et ft Here the speaker we will mnko an ofTer by which gone to their grates address meutionej the names of several whoso Itansom Norton for 305 7 evenings to at your tou can earn home Men Women Boys or Girls can do faces ho did not tee during which remurkt Tim mum reliable ciirrfiilly pre Closing pared unit bent imruatlva of the it II C Wilkinson- - k Co 1U5 and 197 I ditcovered many eyet in tears nn this point he raid to the young thnt if pruauiit nge la New York Fulton Street they desired to grow old nnd honorable in A white man and newcomernamed Ear- years they should honor tbtir father and They are compounded of Hoots Herbs ly was up before the police court Monday mother for attempting to hug a respectable colored He then read in a loud tone of volco the and Gums of the most healing and benefiwoman on the street Saturday night He 90th Psalm and a part of tho 8th chapter cial kind As a Family Medicine they are unrivaled was the bird that caught a worm in the of Itomars taking for his text the tenth shape of a fine and trimmings to the verse of the chapter tint read He then curing Head ache Constipation Liver ComDyspepsia clearing amount of 21 read the lines Oh God our help in ages plaint Rheumatism the blood of all impurities acting on the etc Mr Kelly Wand living on the old Jim past our hope for yean to come Liver Kidneys nnd other important organs OF NEW AND STYLISH which wore sung by the audience Moorman place Long Lick lmd hit house My removing the waste tissue and adding After rirayer ho sang with feeling furniture bedding and every thing de years to tho lives nf all who use them stroyed by fire last Tuetdny night and buried friends can I forget etc For fifty years they have been used hy His discourse was not confined strictly barely escaped with his family Two of the American public and their constantly his little boys were sleeping in the upper to the teachings of bis text at he laid they increasing sales show how they are apprerooms and had to jump from the window would not be for at tho appointment wai ciated made so long ago he might bo allowed to escape more tcope than on any other occasion May k Urn Cannelton Ind are putting Monday being county court day we met At the close of the sermon he desired the 10 000 fanners from every section of the county audience to go with him a short distance flouring worth of new machinery into their I hit will make mill at that place and seized tho occasion to interview them to the grave of his brother where after on the slate of tho wheat crop with the fol singing and prayer by Mr Haswell of one of the best nills on ihe river About the usual acreage Hardiusburg tho exercises were closed lowing result Mr Lewis A Hollingworth 1229 W Wai wai sewn but take the county over the lhe occasion was his 70th birthday He Hrowns yield will not exceed half a crop if that was born May 3 1H13 about sunrise was nut street Louisville Ky says great Hrro and thoro are good stands in converted fifty one years ago at Hardius- Iron Hitters relieved me of weakness and nervousness other places half stands and in others yet burg and had been in the ministry forty total failure As one observant old farmer one years BEWL EYV1LLE remarked to us The farmer will be lucky Just before tho speaker dismissed the who gctt back hit teed wheat on the genhe called upon all thoto who nudleuco Theres no railroad here yet Fact eral average1 were present twenty years ago tn hold up Phil Thompson was cleared Only twelve or fifteen hands their hand Dont Die In The Home were raised So the Courier Journals shot gun policy nouph on Rats Clears out rats mice The next appointment wai made for ten was the favorite one with the jury roaches bed bugs flics anls moles chip- yean henco May 1 1891 Nauuut The tall Sycamores eloquence was in munks gophers 15c deed worthy of a belter cause StrenglJt to vigorously push a business Lonnie Greenwell shipped to Evansvllle strength to study for a profession strength Hewleyville a BIIIO-A-BBA- O Ind last Wednesday a big bargo load of to regulate a household strength to do a nor rain wishhasnt hadsincefire tragedy she had my lat lumber Do you pain days labor without physical Hoon Iligsby to use his own language desiro strength If you are broken down Nidiiur Tfcn has put np Wells Ileullh Itenewer restores health have in energy feel as if life was hardly store which a yawning in front of his be lays is quite unassuming and vigor cures Dyspepsia Impotence worth living you can be relieved and re stored to robust health and strength by tak1 Thli eommunlty has been Infested of late Sexual Debility ing UroWs Iron Hitters a sure euro for with book agents The enterprising young 1 his week is the host time of the rear for dyspepsia malaria weakness and all dis Â¬ gentlemen are always welcome of course provided you eases requiring a true reliable setting out tobacco nlants Johnnio Allan the Owensboro artist hare a season tonic It action the blood nerves and muscles and regulates every part of spent several days In our community last Hough on ttfrne AVella weeK visiting Irlends and securing orders the system 15c Ask for Wellt Hough on Corns Quarterly meeting was well attended on Lalleist k Son have torn away the old Conn Quick complete permanent cure The church was filled lo post office building and are now laying the last Sunday warts bunions overflowing at 11 oclock Sunday Hev T foundation for their new building O Peters entertained the large and intelliMr M Freeman was on the market last gent congregation with a most poweiful HucklenU Amlcn Halve Thursday with the first ttrawbcrriei of the and Idling lorinnn The Dcst Salvo in the world for Cuts season a 15 cents a quart The many friends of Miss Can In Drnrv Druises Sores Ulcers Salt llheum Fever 1reo ofUott Sores Tetter Chipped lands Chtlhfaini were dolighied to see her In attendance at wishing to test tho merits of Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively Ihe cjuarlcrlymtoiing Sunday All persons Who can n great remedy ono that will positively cures Piles Itisguarauteedtogive perfect explain why a certain young gonlleman Coughs Colds Arthmn euro Consumption Prico 25 happened lo lake dinner with Charlie thai satisfaction or money refunded day llrniichills or any affection of the Throat cents per box to call at any and Lungs aro requeued Squire L A Foole Zch SHth and Dottle of Dr The Thnmptnn DaVls trial was the all Drug Store and get a Trial Do Tu Chat II Drury went to the convention to absorbing topic here last weok Consumption It even Kings New Discovery fur wsnt uqoT hfljiiiomlnato l7be Charleys wife show you tVbatarcg overbadowod fbo triflf for ruvcntrt only which IJIJbs e frttofrotl bUo willwill do sccompanltd him question bottle ulur Uollur Uai Ihcru lit cicrjr vmtly nu st sll prkff v Â¬ Â¬ Itbegan raining Saturday night in this without in- Our friend Dr Hugh Kennedy presi dent of tho company who does nothing un advisedly now informs us that although he bus made no promises or boast since his purchase or the stock ot IhO cumpanv four yenrs ngo he has worked steadily and as he believes very successfully in Europe and this country to maxo not only Ms own magnificent propel ty belter known but o draw tho attention ot men ol ample meant and enlightened enterprise to the vast mineral wealth lying dormant in south wittern Kentucky Independent of what othcrt may do or attempt however Dr Kennedy will tiroso cute iti his own silent resolute ana suc cessful way the plans which he has formed in his own mind and which are approred by his associates for the development of the cannel coal field and the extension of his companys ralUay Into the contiguous coal and iron fields of this Hancock and ether counties adjacent Cloverpnrt will ba tho initial point of sys what the Doctor calls hit uctopus tem a system which will rndiatn from Hamilton in various directions where support may be guaranteed and a generous welcome experienced No grand scheme of railwny construction or bond Issuing enters into tho pur pose of the compnny Its aim being limited at present to the tingle object of stimulating capital and enterprise to the develop ment of home mineral ttcnllh by enabling every one lo reach the Ohio at a most elig ible point at u cost none will deem unreasonable for the tpeedy and sale trnniporta tlon of penon and property To accomplish his objects Dr Kennedy will mainly rely in the future on the reII his obtained sources of hit companr ofTers in London for one hundred thousand tons of his coal annually for gas companies the price per ton delivered on the An equal Thames to be fifteen dollars amount can be disposed of to domestic gas compares at prices that will yield equal profit and should the company caro tit have a lamer output say of another 100000 tons it can be readily and remun rrathely disposed of for family and other personal usos I If the output is limited to 200000 tons per annum it ill take one hundred yenrs to exhaust tho field which the highest authorities who have investigated it estimate to contain twenty millions of tonl Our reader still bo able from this sim ple statement to form their own opinions and conclusions ns to the plans of the Clo verport Oil and Coal Company which it is obvious must result most advantageous ly lo our section of the state when fully carried out Dr Kennedy it exceedingly cautious In making promises and hence we think we should not err if we indulged in expecta tions of henefits fur our own nnd sister counties from the execution of bi undertakings he will not himself inspire He has put his hand to the plough and with him we nre confident there is no looking God speed him back Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nnd nlso to nomi to the slate convention nate a candidate for the legislature On motion of Mr Hoot Mr Sain Parks was selected ns secretary Mr U P Jolly nuivtd that tho chnir ap point ilelegntct In lite stule convention thereupon the chair called Mr Jolly and Mr Jus ltoot to his assistance and after a brief consultation they named the following gentlemen nsricleiratei Messrs P Jolly it A Smith Chits nianforil Elihu Meador S J Parks D Howard G P Nottingham J G Hnswell Joe Taul Tho Claycomb Owen Cunningham E It McGlolhlan J G ltoot Amiel Oclzr W W Williams H C Petty John W Canaan nnd Morris Eskridge This portion ol the business of the meeting boing accomplished the consideration of the question of nominating a candidate for the legislature came up Mr JooTnul was decidedly in favor of the phrty pulling nut a candidate Mr G P Jolly thought the moeling had no authority to mnko a nomination and suggested thnt tome suitable man be re quested to make the race Mr Amiel Oelze thought thit the propjr time and place lo bring out n candidate and moved that the meeting proceed to make a nomination which motion prevailed Mr Joe Taul then plared in nomination tho name of Col Alfred Allen Col Allen said he wns always ready and tiling to serve his parly but at this timo he was unable owing to his business and must Nothing said he short of andecline other rebellion could bring me Into active service nirain Mr Chas Illanford was nominated by Mr Cart Mr Sam J Parks was nominated by Mr Joe Taul Mr E It McGlothlan vrat nominated by Mr Claycomb Mr V 11 Ilurton wai nominated by Mr Elihu Mendor Mr Amiol Oclta wai nominated by Squire Pulliam llefore the ballot was taken the names of Messrs Illanford and Oelze were withdrawn whereupon Mr Oelze immediately renominated Mr illnnford The vote resulted in the triumph of Mr Burton The latter accepted the nomination in a speech replete with misinformation in re gard to national political alfairs and ignorance of ihe duties of the position to which he was nominated to that degree that Mr J G Haswell felt moved to administer to him a lecture that will benefit the young man if he only has gumption enough to profit by the lesion and advico tendered him by the old veteran Ihe meeting then adjourned to meet again the lay after the August election to escort the political remains of Mr Burton to the boncynrd 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GROWER HOMESTEAD HOMESTEAD WHEAT GROWER HOMESTEAD tOBACCO GROWEfi WOLD OF GOOD SUPERPHOSPHATE SKEENES PURE RAW BONE DttST It No firmer can nflbrd to plant without using soino of tlfbuhnvchrnndst GREGORY CO pays COO per cent J A Furnishinff Goods o J 0 PASSAGES JLJST RECEIVED AT Tift stock cmlifflccs the very luilst XovdtioMl liowS Tiee Send- White Kim Colored Shirts Underwear mid UAll liW We hiivo some Â¬ thing noboy for ydiuig gclitleinen and invile their iimpectiun I J r -- Jt i CO Williams and Miss Mattie Lewis TURNPIKE NOTICE Mardawey and Miss Carrie Hall repretcnled Hewleyville at Mr Greens There will ho a mrctlng nf the stockholders fishing party of Ihe lUrillnihiirg anJ Cloverport Turnplko Sad jour Webster correspondent it roact at Ihe office of Judge Murray In the evidently inexperienced in plaglnrirlng rr ltrvckliirlilgo Hank bulMIng Clorrrnnrt next he never would hate taken the piece le Friday My IH 1833 at 2 oclock p In lly order of J T MtlUnt lret did last week The extract from HeW which he transcribed verbatim et li e i ti n et piinctualim is too generally known and can be found in any well presorted enpr of Goodrichs Sixth Header This It Sad Josotl8 but true Glenn OITLT HesHrBa L R N EWELL JOTJISVILXili THE ETT WOODS SSSOl Mi AltHOat Itunitf nnd Curoit Most of the eminent doctors in the east as well as several of the medicnl faculty in New York City writes Hcv P P Shirley tailed lo help our daughter s of Chicago epilrpv which began to show signs of turn ing into insanity Hy the good providence nt find we trird Minciriraii ferrule nnd Your druggists keep it it cured her HffillBllifi CO IvY BULL Manufacturers of tho followinrj Favorito Brands of Cigars OLd HONESTY WHITE CFANE HALF SPANISH 0F DAVY CROCK Etc SliO Tho monument to be erected over tho grave of tho late Judge Klliotl U ready to bo nut up nnd the corner stmie will belaid at Frankwith apprnpiialo ceremonies fort in a 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assortment of all lliu II ijlll 1UI It Ulll II I1UU1U lJIi To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions of youth tiervous weakneis early decay Ion of manhood Ac I wilt send a re Â¬ cipe that will cure you FUKK OF CHARGE Thli great remedy was discovered by a mission- Â¬ fiend a ielf addreiied ary In South America envelope to the IUv Jostrlt T IMMan Station D Xtic lork Ciy Caltu McCormick Harvesting Machine the first practical reaper invented in the world tuid f till faf nhfrnd 6f al competitors Also acrcnt for Russell Merrilieldri Engine Thresher Saw Mills itc J sell at the lowest prices and guarantee evervthing 1 sell JJIaeksmithing and repairing dono on short notice Xo 17 h Tenth it ciiAians a woou t co Philadelphia la ANY ONE the American Dusinesi Man New Advertisements friends and enclute JU ienls in stumps to over expenio of rucking and postage we will tend them fr their trouble any uf tho following won- Â¬ Ready made Autograph Album derful liooki VeroDillroom Dancing Without a Mas Kortuno Telling Maria Lssy or Tho ter Wo make Oils libÂ¬ that will sen us names and ad dress of I Oof their i Weekly Cirnilation of 1400 Copies is the Only Pfiper iV the Comity is an Excellent Advertising Medium Terms Reasonable Has THE NEWS JcalniiK- - BROWNS eral nflcr in order to get names to fend our new mamnicth illustrated CI pngs Catalogue to DONT FAII TO SKND FOIt OUlt CATA IRON 101 UK Amor Place Address ull orders to HUDSON MANUFACTURING A Ilrnail way CO WeKeep in Stock WAGONS THE BEST CHILLED PLOWS STEEL PLOWS DBL SHOVELS SINGER ST JOHN SEWINg MACHINES OLD HICKORY V BITTERS THE iyicpin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tvilh our no it false inui- tachos I J list tho thing in as q ii era tllng These mustaches are best material with genulno mido nf the Hair ami wire attachment ana tfhea mrn can not be told from a genuine mnttache II and young men can huto lots of fun hy putting them uu in acrtmri nffriends Tfhonllfhe great Â¬ ly ustonifheJ at the tranaformntion We rrlll tent vim n moiiflnrlin fitr unlv ri lltrpni nnt stamp 15 cents or a moustiieha and n gouteo lor zjcciiis inero aro three colon llrflit dark brown ii ml black Stato which color you want Address HUDSON MANUFALTUKINH CO I l co and Uroadway Aitor Xen York Bov Si V what fun yon can have It ji STOVES FURNITURE IRON AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE Â¬ ADDITIONS BROOD MARES FOR SALE I haro flro 4 cood llrood Mares that hare colli or will hate this ipilng by my horio Congressman that will aell reasonable Alio two yearling mare mules for isle April 17 1883 Melt MKADOR Dig Spring Ky Boekman Street NY ilcnlcrs in Typo Presses Paper Cutters nuil nil kinds or I rintlng Materials both New mul Second hand A convctccl list of price h ricd tccMt of nil nntcrhl on linml for calo much of which nro genuiuo bargains tvill bo BAIHGMPEETS4 Al of which we sell at Bottom Prices DENT BASSETT Leitchfield Ky THE BOfJK OF BOOKS OIUPISTl BEST U tkUU ti Pirritatir niottsu UsVMkfi ARaltttlVejaM Lt Â¬ ABSOLUTELY TUB HOST DAILY BECEIVED mailed frco ou njinliottiou Wo can furnish nnj thine from a TSmtkhi to u Cj Under lrcss LATEST toJ Ttl ftW JtHStltlH Vu LIBERAL OFFER EVER MADE The rtmout 01 MH tl TO THE for nil diseases of tho Kidneys and -It haa Organ aioolflo action oa this moot Important enabUiur it to Uiruvr off torpidity and IS A SURE CURE pHfnaBf MiWNI tuip to nsMti Mfsu - Ms ttei M MtMM PftM4 ItaieeJ ii tftfl iHttt ttelntUs bttu4tt iiiiiim 1uwm rttt r wits MatetsNii LIVER ui BRANDRETHS PILLS Â¬ IMMENSE STOCK Inaction eUmuUtlng the healtbr Mention of Uio sue and l7 keeping bowvj In free co million erleoUnf lu recular dlacbarc are blllona Wort will eurely relieve and qulekly Cure In the Spring to oleanae the Uyatctn every on ahould take a thorough oourao of it St- - laf HlMft UIm aa IKS us M jafitletC tt4 artSllai Tailata M l lUiasst UuruSfM Lm Ml Mr1lsllMkf H 41 tMftUMI ttl U IJtUftl tUltt 40tvImiiiAUrtjtM ttM rtirsM AAtwrW stllatitMlHlMHHliIUft Oft aaj ttlMU s fi tsf A wrtwi ctainsi Utju tbUi AIL T4 - nl 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Mctliodlit hfljti I lldllur rireoUcnrlJ School niti reorjtutiUed uway back In i In my nrliele published in i rot cut num April mill fleeted tilllcei a fur t lit ensulnc ber of your piver in nnser to n titiniiiu term m lulluw CIihi 0 MnuruiHii mi 1 tin1tMtiiil to ilia ttiifiiilniiilutif If tirli limb Mnretitnn at 1ft iiKjulioii ilgneil Tim v Mit iicl of my nhi ty to nvniil mi iifletiuve iiiitiuperinteiiileiil Junirs Inul secreta 1 lictchtxil uferotice to iittv one but it i in Hut 1 tei ry linrdnwnr librnrinn but jet there Irnm jour last paper tlmt Mr Wools tlic l4 R iloiirmliiiii condition teacher ol mu scuooi urre iiiu uikfii hi is room lor more fensc nt conic of my slitemcnt and in nn joung lady told me that she commit article published over his iihiiio uses in to edA n murJer tho oilier eveinn ion ply Mime very uly Inlk for one o jouni I HAVE JUST RECEIVED what in the world said I llu calls my sluiemeius cruel thing iiml simple n lid A snake she replied ns she poked out A full imil complete stock of Dry and proceeiN to point mlsrcprcsetitutions anu showed m a long srrntcli Good Groceries mid Notions to ujs linn i m in- - her Iintidhere nhera it bit me tiieui oui i irai I saw the Look lo employ him to teaph thecliool lor 253 place but whether th snake tundo which I now invite the atten- Â¬ iter 1 never mill it ns nny one mny sco by re pro tion of the public not is be jo ml tny power to depose lrrim lo toy article I did nay hat he posu to sell us cheap as tnlil me that he would still talc the JQJ 1 he large flou ing mill at this point is wirhed to empliPn anidlr anurouchiiig completion uud that I with other Ihe any one mid guaran- Â¬ Ii in for that amount Ho uclmili that lie machinery Is being put iu and it will he in tee satisfaction o fere i to tHke tie scluml at S10 per month running oruer in n ery short lime Give me a niter he had taken the schuolou the other Miss Sallie Meador hns opened out n trial plan and had so advertued it Now Mr large stock of millinery goods in this jdace Iiliinr where in the name of common with special attractions in hats bonnets tunsp can he sjo dilTurence cnouuh inthc and everything else that is kept in a first tiHtemriiHlocallmneamireprescntntion He calls this nauderiiit frum the truth class millinery stoie Go uud examine for 1oorboyl He sas that thu school was yourselves t iuht on the plan devised bj a majoritj of I am beautifully fading to dreamlnnds There wa a public call by happy clime In fact I detest long artiln patrons the chairman of the hoard ol ti unices Air n cles long sermons and even look moarn inoeiiiiL oft he ualroud aim I am old by n fully into the Innx ago So good night MY PRICES number of those present that there were everybody lUisr Dkask Are guaranteed the lowest always twenty persons met anu thnt lour ot Mifse ere ior Mr Woods and his plan and sev It est Co null tlrillelin- - In tile World Call on me and sec for vottr- Sum lle 1rccor Cluirtfe enteen were dluded between Mefcrs Wil 1 mean bus mess bdf Call at Fishers drug utorc and get a sam lult and Spriu and opposed to Mr Woods Tho mallei win not permit ple bottlu of Urowns Kxpoctornnt free of and want to sell uud his plan it cures toughs Hoarseness ted to come lo a ote and Mr Woods pot charge my goods He snys ihut I failed to ninke Whooping Cough nud Consumption inits th school It is a sciuutific preparation his is riht and I refer corli stages mlncriplion toe f the reader to my former article for the rca admirably adapted for the euro of all Throat It is pleasant to take I was tiuelte when lroft Wilson and Lung Diseases mi Taught the school hero and I ruiied the and entirely harmless Try it it costs jou ltegular sire bottles 00c amll falarj SJJOJ for him with ciy tile trou nothing i BB For ble 1 am Lilnd to neknonledu an erroi in Tnraxiuo Memorandum Books free in inv foimer nrlicle into mo by A H PISHKIl Cloverport nud ouo statement COUNTRY PRODUCE sulTpied miielf lo IJIIASIICAU A UAGSUALK Stephens which I tinlhoiiyhledl lie port be ltd In Mr Woods bill of tuition will pay the highest market in that bad mo charted with four pupils price for all kinds of country MATTING Y Ihis had in mind when four months Pioduce in exchange for wining in former at tide and nttnciiiii A tvrant has invaded no pcuil importance lo lh lime stated any thing in the libeity This land of Unit 1 kapt all m children out of school goods line And fettered many a manly form m The exact trutl in the month one i hut was born to be Ireu it shows with how hc suits me better its Intemperance is the name little ellort I tic subscription was mide a id Of llits tj rant all so bold li uvus tho friends of the other plan without And horf biincin awful miti tlit pitiful excutie ihut the have no often rpon both young and old I slatted one pie id of loo much trouble Chorus i Bccond week tind the ul my children the J hen up jou friends of freedom iitWtlirco I believe during the sec md And strike this tjrnnt down month but thej were Kejit out of school DONTYOU FORGET Let not his cruel fettcis lot lliu reson stated and be is more than Upon your limbs be bound Remember the place Dr Tnv- velcnmc to all thcie is in this lors old tand In his rem irks about what he would haH His grasrj is on the ballot box Of our own dear native land IIAKDINSBUItG KY j on believe I said aloiil the amount ho re On the treasures of our nation u icd fur the school I he is a liltlo further oxpeLted He bus hi liitlilei hand hum the uuth thnii woull hive Well tally to the standard luui lo wander if I were not aw ire that lie No mj little man And our country shall be free lmi a er lad case Let Jems and the right d jo and read m articla us nti and see Our motto ever be if I said jou jot iiiOO I and jou would Chorus Then tip jou friends etc liic-- sotlcn ueir that amount if all the PATENT psnons liad iaid vou aecordu g to ourad Drunkenness has recently prompted the ilnrd tales Now Mr Woods honor plating of the prelude tragedies out hiialit including 3 our outside kcholirs here but happily the to two tragedies were not miildtil jou have cotten nearer 700 acted out One man chised his wife from Now hit to far as ou are cinoried I wuuld uit cmc how iniich jou had poiton homo with n loaded reolvit and two oth er Stem Winding Open lutteis Iroin ihosc who wore wiIinj and aie to wh lellows nariooK of too much led -- h rinsed their foroeilj and tiiom I think ii qualified teicher do d j oil I t iy im ii i n jw nnJ into i fracas with anoiher man but lor MMios ood paj hough weapons nciit said in c uid Iijii it tin a il mill Jt tuiitcly no one was hint matter of inex voro duplujeii It is a didn I know oureall riCcncd for prossiblo giief to thotrun philanthropist to M IMTACTUKEIl liV I now iioihiiii of ilio iinoiiiit ol fcc e contemplate the ruin wi ought in the ranks landed bj jou lo nnj of the patiou except brethren in ftrong diink mjaclf nor do know hov main refused to ol our can be done Adam by dr to icuit this evil II jou would lime got Whnt jirij jou uiijtlnn I hen let us haie it and the Iroliibitum Ifii iuure uu n i J piati than on jours 1 can sooner the better WALTHAM MASS tinlj the more regret jour not hani2 been This ease is funnel In una toliJ tore with Iuiliiojeil I at wnv as I am ceitain jou Ihe people of lisgah neighbothood met mid I would be bettor fi lends mid thu pco ut the schoolhousc on the rlh Sunday in out Joint or icsni opening In front only thus April and oigauied n Sunday School We avoiding Ilm usual ii anil securing grtate u ol the uciRhhoi hood nod county would strength nml durnbllity have been saved the exposition ui our uli Iraj for its success ni ns Thue Watches arc all opmfutt The unci A word may touch the pnol on which a Vou refer to my feilhenng mj nest nt Into which an extra strung crystal Is fillet life- is balanced and turn it in ilia direction one time with the truMtrship In this jou of the tuht or the wrong ol joy or giief with nn especially ropaic4 water proof eo have suiWed joitlaelf 1 bo madu a xniuh enduring life or never enduring uient Ii nttnchul to thu case It cruwlns It liucklcr and catspiw in u biuuieMi cleailj of ecr death tliorciti and linn forms an air tlht Juncltoi I suppose jou hae relcr lutkiitn to jou Knowledge his been apily termed a with tho body ir Ihe caso which Ii proof agalim i ncc to what some one Ins told oi aboutI bright and kltniug light and ho it Is in nil duet and uiolsturr thomhool tutighl in Mr J M Harris It is the headlight of the ei vas the trustee uud nt thf time fully able fi bearing To railroad men travelers miners lumlor to uuitiinti o htm a salityund could bine gine which draws iho train of civilization men and others who ore nlnioit conslsntlj ix aid the whole amount ol it mjfolf and felt on to which il we fail to couplo we will hino posed and who bavo to make frcijucnt reference it bill little uiori at th tt liiuo tlmn I now to grope our way on foot along the dismal To show jou how pathway of ignorance eel thu Sli paid jou Knowledge is tho to th watch these quulitios aro of Iho utmost nut ol this crnnd pioneer ol discoverj Il marked a pathwaj importance much I expected to ptai I will tell jou that I induced Mr I for Coin mhin ncios the trackless ocean Tho foltoxv Ills let torn lull ttiitir oxv n II W Ijnnk and hosl uud opvned up a country t ho resources of A Tunic Mini- lirurj diecd to go into it with me lo ill which arc ni xliiuistiblo It directed tic Vaihosti Osncon lulj SO 1832 v i - ilm hwag And 1 tried In net others isinu of CopetnicuM and ltd him ti di Can I ol one of your jilo it wool I hno SHliii all the patrons eoicr to the world the scicrce of ustrouomj about ton monthi ngn Iutunt Duit 1roofItcuui and tbeotherday could hne done Ouided bj the itubeau of knowledge the tho school into it if n hi It is f rum i uu of those that I tried lo founders of our government iravetetd the back lo mo wilh tho leijiHit to make It wim yet into it and failed tlmt jou lme not empire of listorj uud the domain of ab- eiMir On examination I found tint the item t i nest icath iini inform itton lie is stract truth diuwjug from tluir abstnne wns ruity and I iDquirtd into the auto of il iiiilnKiii I think as to what I tald to him depths those political principles nn which The gontlcinnn etnteil to mc thnt ho win itnrt i didnt say it would pay Uk but that it then credo i n government which stnuds ing eome taw log thnt had lodged in the benu Miiuld aj us if the full amount of tuition with n pieculeiit KnOwledgo is nho the v as paid We feel the sting o of Iho river whon hl thnlu caught In a buil never thought it would pn light ol emiicieiifc thought so would not lme tried rouorse only when wo have asotiFeof giulf nnd throw his watch into about twtlvn fret ol It lmi hi hard lo uet oihcii iuto it with mc if Cannibals it is said kill nnd cat each oili water and ha wai about two hours finding It It paid us 560 er wiih as liltlo rcmnrso as wo kill hns When hi got it out It wi running nnd hi ptij hud been the object the lell and Mr IVoto and I lor tin and bti u Tlmis iho result nl iifiiuraiito thought all right In about three monthi hi Mr Koolo and Again tt is the auuoleof knowledge which Mtku of peace paid it all found that the stem was hard to turn nnd scut foi themselves lights up the highway th it Ii ads from eiirh lVnnk nicnblo lo answer it tu me Ask them it lo the capital ciij ol the universe us to this xiiciHiion of pay v that the witch It all that tho com I can 1 mtil am such argument m thu matlc r to Hviitiior ilnn for It and recommend It t nil rail pun j Ut ihuii into il the litilh of tho mallei 1irctlrecIJ t tX Illsruv II W IIKSTIY i iliit I knew fiom tho bitter pirtinn road und mil men for PI lex Kpnit ill it then existed in thu iliitrtct tlmt A new rcniedj for this dreadful disenso I Climom Iowa April 10 lb81 In- - almost e nrnun Hiifler io s lo would has been discovered hj Dr Dcming A I wish jou would sud mo a aprlcj for the inlopitd the- iilau tlunuuh duo uccrstiiy Hiiglc application will convinen tho most Hy Ilm way thl could do iiolhitu wilh the sulneripiion pluti skeptical of its wnmleifttl Win Kllory Watch under the stuto of the cam then existing By caling on A It fisherhealing nowers llllerj Is a watch I idd In your Pcrew lluc drigirt jou uud the onlj wuv to Kt a qualified lunclicr J he first of Janua Cam to a farmer last fall w is lo giiH him n for h J UhUTl u rj he lost tho watch In Iho wuod and found I anil inhe wiihi ilia iMtrous i noie io pay i li n lor i lIKAnllLAH A It this week In about one loot of water It had t itu nusiii t - Kin v r I O tJiijiitiinjiMi Iuln thieo months and over iu snow and water Ini iitiirlv H Oeur and il 3011 Mr Iililm vtll Keep jour coin huh oeu I expect a with but slight injury to the watch only u iiimhir ol oilier buiket of Hlopwill bo A CS RAMONI hair prin I and for Sale fiom thix direction i Hired iuln them The ubovo ncio very rover tests and dem would In gin I no far lis I urn concerned onslrule beynnd a dnublthat for any reasonable thai ihe leider of jour paper tould know length of llmo during which a watch might bo all the field and ruilue the Iruu inwatd I ilolre In foil the twnstnry frsnia hnuii nn under watet It Would reroiv 0 do Injury whatever n siiif the whole maitr from the hoinuins Wall itrmt Pliiverport Kyat present Wo make three cases iu both gold nnd silver lmi think now tlmt I will not trulln jou pled by m n Ihe parties In ihta cniilrovernv live huildlnj Sir Wellsbeiidctmillinery store The and ma Iorlecllr Ililkl lrnor Stem uain a conlatni near inch ollur and there i in use that I Wliiiliiiir Witlrli Cu ir riinlleiican sec of troubling tbu readora ofjour pa- Ilio Xtorlil lu lrnilurii Ha tier with our local imuiiid 0 ic word mote Fo Sale bv all First Class JcWelers Ity going fur an aitinuut In ui WooiN kllc10li on th lot f Bt tm that jiu law proper I imply meant it was re fn j ln g0d 01Holll Hn ahIt I ineani no orjr If It with jou In lix j our rati 9 Airly lo Mr M Iltannan or W Met It A B iliarepeci to jou hut lo tho plan jxow kir it doeK sfiim toine wiih as little excutu or cnno as j nu could have ha I for entering thin eonnnervy I would have kept nut had Ir v ulll IIOVloRTIlliVlTirrtllTMnJllle tf 1 nut It rwiuaaslilV i OFALL PLANTS FOR ALL CROPS nior uglj inlk I n in nt home come nnd 1 1 ItVCiiUliiVrlVifi OlUIIUti it to mr Ninl dnnt nn iQ m Imlie F01 ALL CLIMATES a ere tie lirrust flirmui N I eed Kron- turruuiiil Iunlluiaufjtl r llW nnisi Cii O iiiirt people with II thiuivli I UK iiickl o4 linrst crl elrliiN MnXro I tv W N Diituv iionr Nrw U jljpett iarrMtt tvilUosfor rrodir tjiU icutc t ti CuiitCl it Jitlt U r annul Cuialu j d4 nnJ Iricl liilbMgi Villi atUATKMT HKIII NTOIti IN VV2 can bo mado Wditll TO YOIK OWN nonii It la Dctrt Kuwiv I nn last faiit iiyi of u UW lntlxmoutlu il t Im all th ililrcUa rcT csd sbrcljrcl vsilctl x Mnjdajs sun liaie dimipi eireil and ihe tt lwr- - Xv Ubn JfU sd TreeLoeOi ca UUlfssmoK rxoti UsiitiViitoanrad4ri4 h dinr plindei nnd sol unit snliie a nf nitlit CHARTS HI AM SIQLEY TUNISOHS HAPS inr coniesj CO Oocilstrcn leirn imiiiid nnd uniurnii purWo ihoiieh lluclietttr M V nad CLtonce Xl like a jWgill from limven For 214 page catalogue frto it woTildSu snily out i linie II n fnled Iswas e lilrcsa II TUMNO ml tell almm Ihe write vim thU week nfcry i rpllii at Dub ClaclDUatl 0 K Y City Riiuul llrrks and Irg biinduy rihool and lis hoppj coudit on JackeouTllU III Omtlu Nh t j 0 9ie nit Htvassataasiusawasssaaaai v The MX DRU3Y REPLIES TO MR WOODS nhuutrecovured Mr Jnmc i Oibornn hin rrrcnetl hli position nA licnil clnk nt Mcll Mmdur bin pmcrj Anil tloro Mr Jonci lnli littln Tom Mnndi lelinl tlie counter all Ubut the time n ini in lu ued to du tho liu lie the college nt KuselhiUe ainfo lint th pteinlier returned homo Mick sone time Wo aro filiil to Hale however that ago I Mm Uu Ctinlitl wiiu lias been Attend CONSTIPATJON Is is Ortvalenl In this ooup IryaiConiUpaUon and til romt Clr bu tror rooilll tho eciebratoil jilncyVot M euro X7batTcrtliscvUMh3vaarobiUiuU UM ctio tiu s TvsieayTriii oTV70Quoii QlnCOa nUtnt la vsrr npk to t j HmiiWllwMi prt3 ta qpScXis ItlnKl 1V1a nrA whn tihY3lMUUI Vft id jnedioines nun miora uuea rl - twit youlToltluirorehce traablts PniCH8l7J USE OrugRlgtnall atrearJi L e- oorapUaalodwIUiooiislJpnUoii -- 11 r woaicnM iMnyXVcni Memphis PACKET Ohio Rrte COMPANY EArnTV iutmlf SCHOOL OF STENOGRAPHY lo Texi Boh Over 25 Years a Practical sruin coMronr akd Accountant Je wv JUl mm I J2L JE H3ST3DOKSBJD BX ALL THE LOUISVILLE WEAVER HERCULES 2nd Weight 16S0 llu will slind the entire year nl Ilia stables of E Olesby une lmlr lull west ut Clorvrpurt Ky 1H83 Xo oxtrn oharge for Meats cad SUIs EpUndld Accommodations fur Rtook PROlViENENT MEEiOHANTS H POR CM 110 and MKMlJIIS SfVDAYa V KIiXKSIiAYd nd V1S1DAYB Tbe U C Send Stamps for Circulars and Specimens of Ponmanshlp IiSCKIlTIO Principal Mtstlirce years old last August Ii blghl Iron gray j Ure flat bona licarlly tuuseled noil prupvrtioned bwlyj bcmt tlful biiail ami neck and fine style and netlan 16 bnnila 20 wilt be oliarged fltt and elgant Mosmeu BAUM McCoy Ulb ltireulis ANDY S DeSOLLAR Socrotary BEN C i te3rms of whloh S TI n HWLETON C HQUS E KlcGILL Proprietor K IU fflF IF Hardinsburg Convenient to Court honso nnd huiiness portion of town hle furnished with the beat the market afford best of care taken of mock ut the usual price town Kentucky ood rooms nnd the ta the- BATES V HIT KEAS03STABXjE Tho House Alo cood Feed Slnhlo nnd Horse Lot in connection with Call and sec us vvhon rice money anil li insuratica to be paid when the mare Is known to bo In foaltflft easli by tbe season and 10 cash for the stugU leap Parting with the mare befuro she Is known tu bo In foal will forfolt the Insurance money Care will bo taken tu praront accidents but wo wilt not be rssponslbto vhould any occur You are cordially Inrlted tocall and examine our horse before toloctlnj another lo brtrd from There Is nu otlirr breed of horses so well adapt od to the wants of our farmers or on which we can so surely dopend for Improremont In tho character and form of our mongrel breeds JPKOIMlXKTOItS J 0 Strrmis Tnnu InrlNT cash Is for J M Vinton MasUr ItW JAS f OAFK 11 Runell Maltor Jas CONS MILLAR 1 Moore Slastor J Y VINT rilllNKLH M Deoni Master II 0 J Sutltes Oik Yerrll Clk Proctor Clk One of the abore steamers passing Clorerpffl for Memphis each Mondays aud Fridays and for Lnutsvlllo nud Cincinnati Wedneidays and Saturdays Fur freight or passage apply ti tuard Holts Ky Hancock Co Ky 1 cry jou come lo Clorerport Ky Holts Ky Mnrcj from n distance fed or grated for a rea Â¬ No tcspouiibilttjr fur accidents sonable price oroscipes K IUmblctox II OatrsnYMnnagor Packet Line Passenger Mali and Express Boats Â¬ Vety respectfully TOM McGILL 00LESBV For all way landings betwoon Iontfrltle anil Henderson tho elegant andfloot steamers GITY BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY - A CHOICE LOT OF I L Fenny Matter JAMKS OUT1IRIG Allen Jennings RAINBOW Master Kites Warron Clk Clk 1 fill ilUafiLLUJL A FAHEENBEEGS3Za rdinBToiaxg 2C3T- - 1 Kccp constantly on hand Froli Bread Cakes and a nice assort- Â¬ ment Candi1 Nuts Canned Goods Tobacco and Cigars Oranges Lem Â¬ for sale bv ons and Domestic Fruits Crab Cider Common Cider and Cider Vinegar TnbltiNjiort F M Jno Weatfall GFEY KAOLE R B- - Baldwin Clk J 0 Berry Master Passing Cloverport one down and une np dally 83 A GRAND COMBINATION 84- - POLK I ml THCE 1 m warm t will be feerved at any hour of the day on short notice drop in and sec me when vou come to ilardinaburg lunch Brekenridge News AND THE LOUISVILLE Dont fail to ALBERT FAHRENBERO Brcclccnridge News and Home and Farm an excellent farmers appre3 for one year by all the favorito au- Â¬ thors cloth bound aud in tho popular cheap Library forms at Bab WILL HUY THE il PROOF DUST 10 I Has just received and offers for sale DOORS SASH WINDOW GLASS c Inges One year for only 2 SO Two papers for lltllu more than the prleo of uuo By paying us 210 you will receive for onv year your homo paper with the Courier-Journthe representative newspaper of tbo South Dcmecratio and for n Tariff for Revenue only and the best brightest and ablest family Weekly In the United Mates Thcio who de- Â¬ sire to examine a sample copy of tbo Courier Journal can do so at this office Piles Piles Piles sure cure far Blind llleedln and Uclilnir A studio bov nf Uu WlUlAM3 INDIAN bi ciircil the wont elironlc Â¬ recom rnc llilrty vearaktaiidlng Sold andbj mended hy all druggist lrlce jtuo malt j Face Also Contractor and Builder Work done in modern style and on reason- Â¬ Illet JIIE OINTMINT ARTitUJ PCTER CO able terms vrxxAiTimmw Jno VIIHISAU ACtNTS LOUtSVILL- - ItT uaro uotore you ute aomeinliii mighty and sublime leave be- G a week In your ma biud to ciuquor tlm 5 outfit free No risk Kvirvtblue new town We will furnish yoit Capital not required svery thing Jlany aro making fortunes La Â¬ dies uiuks ns raucb aas men and boys and girls mnko great pay Reader If you went business nt which you can make gieat pay all the time write for particulars to II Hallvtt A Co JSnot life li sweeping by go and IortliiuJ Maine 1 American rill Watch Co The Methodist Mutual Aid Association Allis Mnnur Ji Ii flm notiv Office Mssonlc Temple Louisville Bankrupt Sale A 20 Brosch loading ShottQan fcr 7 Owing to the future of the London and Liverpool Tire Arms Co ol London Eng we have tecnevd coniijnmtnl of their celebratd ilreech loading Shot Guns Til a CilAUriOM at Ibirty thre and one third cents on Ihe dollar of the actual cost of manufacture 1 ur CinMlo i i new and perfect finely finished esse tiarJenedand blued made of very best materials the ImproveJ attachments Is rendered super- Â¬ and by ior lo any utfwr English or American Shot Gun They are too well known to need extensive descrlptfon vthen we tite that they are pei feet and warranted genuine Ciiamnons tiit Is sufficient These guns are the bluest bargain ever offtred In America and will never be offarcd afaln We sua antes these Shot -Guns to be in every respect as represented or money will be re unded You cannot lee this opportunity slip Youcanrt any time sell the Shot Oun for a inor than you gave for it freatdeal favorite with sportsmeaoo Ilia Champion account of the rapidity an d ease with which it can be loaded and Ita sutxrior shooting qualities That it stands unrivalled as a first class hre srtn is shown by the thousands ol English testimonials on file The editor of th Alln S Y says They axe the most extraordinary bar gains leversaw Ihey shoot equal to my oo Scots He has bought two JL L Emerson of the Gun Your CilAWnoi New Yotk Hucklnf Club ssys Imported Dreechloadmg Shot Gun is an unheard ol bargain and worth at lean so OurClnb will have several I heartily endorso your asiertloni this bkotGun wil more than satUfy every purchassr Order at once as ourconiienmentis only onethousand Takk Notice We will send one Champion Im- Â¬ ported llreech loadiiig Shot Gun as described above uiefully boxed for I7 and when cash accompanies the order will give free one of our new Sportsmans Cartridge Bells aliofo shells bend money by registered letter or P O order at our risk Ur we will send the Gun CO D wlib privilege of examlnaiinn upon receipt of is to cover mpress chsrges or your express azenta guaranty that the Gun will be retumsd tree of all expense lo us If not taken by you Should you have no acquaintance with our firm and desire a relerence as to our relia- Â¬ bility we would refer you to any Mercantile Agency Express Company Danker or newspaper Publisher In the city Order now even If you have nu me far Ihe Gun lor six months you will nevr get another such a bargain Address miKSOW MANlTFACTimiNa CO Astor Place and Broadway N V THE BBS OFALL P03 Ea 2MT AND 333AST HcnWm FJre and II Ilokr Marine Insurance Agency II1I President Grunt Sea nudTnisr 0 Hon Robt Coohran Vice President Ronald Medlcul Director V 1 IIURRAYGEEGOEY CLOVERPORT KY - Tli In 1 I Mexlonn Mustnnllnimom tan boaii Known tomllllona ull over tiio wona ns Bttio only cofo rcllaioo for tho relief of For morn thrn n llilrtlof a contnrrtlio JnccMonta nml tialn It 1 n medicine nbnv o prleo una pruUotho bent of ltd I kiwi lor every form cf osterial pain 1 iiuo zi Ir 1 1 If- 1 j jIn3tanIlnlmont ii w llhontan enaat I at peneiraiv lioaii nviu suuaeu 10 Itlie itry Ijone inalliir tho contlnu lanoo of pnln uml inllnmmutloii ltnpcxi I Flblo Its i jTcclsupon Human riesli ai tl uiUnitocrcnlio i cro eauauy wounei- Iful ano Weilcua 1 I 1 11 Â¬ 1 Liniment la roe2m ly BomoboSy ln I dvezy iiouu jve ry uuy ui uiin iiuw ui n lue BROiij oinn bvviui uoiuor uum sutxlueil of iliruiimtto mnrtyrj lo stoiod or n nluuliln lioro or ox siiTod by tho healing pow cr ol UiLj The Methodlit Mutnitl Aid Association wn IV the Legislature ot KeEtucky Mjroli Zltb 18B0andrhiitteramonded Apilll882 Il providoi that tbo Directors shall be ohurch mem bers which is seme guarantee that they are Ilm I lllllfl - TIihv wrttn- nrtllili - nl rninnlil men of intogrity Its meaibers may belnne tn ritci on Iarm property Ij Meltings Murti the eliurob cr nut Ibrcnlv rrqulicmenls brine WurglimHej Merelianillse urvl ull other dailr that the applicants are bvtwoen tbe ajri of 18 ablo jiron rly AIo on lrelit n lrimiu bj and ij snuud in mind nd body nnd not diss river anu rvllro il furnUlnii iuilimniy against paled v Tviiwn Tuiv tritlv Vrtirt nml tliA P The objects of Ihe Assoclitlm are To pro ronTvTUi In tho fulluulnj Companies ride a Beneficiary lu ml which tbe families ol members aro peld not exceeding 3000 nl m f 1 1 o1f Hvtfiri1 Oflita death of the member or ono lulf of tho amount or rr ioc tn case of total disability which amount oin OONTI TAI of Vvf Yori not be reached by proems nf law or claims nf IiN0A3HIRE of Miugluitir Ha3UnJ so that tho family is sure to recclv r creditors trPoiijni an art2ite Cnpltal anJ Sur- tho bouefit cheapest and its expenses aro less It is the plus ot neirly 72900000 than any known Life Assurance Association TliorauK1 knoirlelx of the bustns nf In tirinoi iinijilrel fium lonj experienio with The Scoretary It the only salaried ofilccr rirni Keprcont only rirnt- OIiihs On 111 pa 11 n nmt IIhk Had Jj J 1oarj of lOvporloiice Tills Ajonoy vtis fstsbllliej lu tho jsar 1H47 fknj trim llitll- tlma ln Ilia nritit ln nnn tlniiiiuly boen In business with aitlsfaeliun tn 1 -J w -- Sunfnrd Keith JloLort CiCbran Yui C Kondrlok Chas dihicioiv Ir B B Oscnr Doylr I John Wm B Hoke Liggett Seymour rlnrtcml Â¬ nit 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ ur lr which speedily enros eucU nltaicaU of Ulin HIMAN 1LESII ns j Jtlioumntlai HivclllnRO OtlflT I retl it 1 - 1 VHo 1 v iliili Ifjn 3 ou fjuvrucerii riuiitiiia uscioi xuriia iniiu Hrnitiu cnts jirntHoa mi a jSprnliii InlooiioiiB Sites and hiliwrn rillflrirfg nnctiw Olil I Wore TJlci 1 1 1l ostiilt e iitlIlBlns nare nippies vnuoi airrnm hiiii Imleoil evuvy foiui of nxtciiia1 01 enao It hrala without Him- For Ilio lirt ra Crsutiom It curei Ojirnliis jvlnuy ritlff Joints Fouuilor TTimieaw Mores llout 11- enses Toot Uol dcviitv Worm Kcab jrraiohre Miil- Hollow Ilorii Knlls npiivin ThiiK h KliiRhoiie OIA flnres Inll rvll I Ilm upon To Beennia a Member It will cost you ffi as law aa la cnnalatoiit vTlth flrst olass In- Â¬ 1 leallnj inuks it to the test for admission and 1 semi annual dues II Intereitnf persons wanting Inniranco toonnsult application Is rejected these amounts will be returneil to you You must alio pay examining Iluilnou suliriteil from Bracken this ajenoy phsieian riUe vml tljnlulni ountles at The oriCK At the UreiUnrMje Bank CIo milteil usiessinent the the time aipllcant is ad continues tame till death via verput Kr nJ7lr I u overy member sendin us uu acceptable Thus n little npplscntl m 11 will he paid him oxcitlon will irtnblo any mrinlet tn retain his Iho Rensficlar Funds without pa lng rights to an menry For furthor Information apply tu F N Illliiy Looal Agent for Ilreckrnrldge county ur to F 1 Brodle tbe general agent at Louis- Â¬ HAS OPENED ville Ky demnity an rites fir CMS FURROW Barber IH Hairdresser BUILDING SHAVING PARLORS THE HARDINSBIM HURTLE CLOVERFOET E3PRS SMITH BCARD Proprietors the llalit nml every olhi r ulliucut f Iho In iThloli fno neenpuuu yinblo nml lilncU Vunl mo llalilr riustung Iluliuent Ilio 3Uxlcn nlwnva enroa ami uuvue eUsuppoluts Leaves Cloverport fi r Hardinsburg dally ex a in Connects at 8 where they will be pleusoit to wait upon tbelr oept tiuiidaya at oclock nnd Henderson with tbo frieiiila anl customers llar trluimcl anil Cloverportsteamers Louisville desiring convey- Â¬ lino Persons ilrisseil lu tho neatest and molt fashionable mail be aceoiumopatod Express busluess nil tf ance can attondod to promptly Wall Stroot hot Elm and Poplar itjls House Lot anani3rotlUvcly I THE BEST OF ALL m l II I STOK3I3 K003yE - I - I liiitl la I II V TOS MS OB BEAST MENTS I week made at homo by the In ilustriuus Heat butlursa now be furo be public Capital not nned Wa will start you ud Men women boys mid girls wanted eveiywhero tn work fur us Vow Is tlm time Yuu cm work iu spare time No ir give your wholu time to the Luiiuess busiiuss will piy ynu neirly ds well Nu itliur m can fall to mike enormous pay by enag ng at onco Costly uutflt and terms tier Mo ey mud last vastly and honorably Address 1iuK it Co Auguitu Maine CODIES FOR TUB eopl always on tbe luoknut ur chances to Increase their earnings and In time become wciltbvt thnit who do not Imnrovs tbelr an- We olfir a great portunltes remain In poverty dunce to make money Wo want ineur men women boyi and girls to work for us right lu their tiwn localities Any one can do the work ptoperly from the first stsrt Tbe buslnsss will pay more than ten times erdlnary wages Kxpenslre outfit furnished free No msn who engages falls to make money rapidly You can derute your whole lime to the vvurk tr on Â¬ ly your spare moments Full Information and all that Is needed sent free Address Htinsun k Co Iurtland Maine WISE nn ttamrut AriTicfru who SSli tm sillsnr naS Bs aluip Purest and Best FUSE fflSll5SiUrtla in I is a a lw sunns ss v in is Come and Buy WAflONS VICTOBY MILLS itsr P MnSDAY J 1 C311 7 Jo D BABBAGE Fays for THIS IAVKR on Year ants for 8 months JOo Sor 4 uioi on Highland Nursery 3 MILES Air1 o Trees BELOW CLOVERPORT T ltin 11 h UlfilinO IJlIC lid iriii fnt cteof KEAPEUS A10WKRS 1M0WS the old rvllabl and time tried iiAiiiunMiimu HOOK KA d1 U vr q A We have constantly on hand and can fill oriUrt at any time for superior fruit trees I year old z years oia HENRY J MAY East End Wlifrw viu will find the lsartloles Uorse thnolng a ultlo price In suit tho times r spoillyI and insured All kinds 0r Vid sHin wn1 Hnr nn liort nolle ronalrx or Bridge Cloverport Ky at reason workman 10 12 HOOK Pips X 1 1 BicrspRFNa 1 fi 1 ul CUSTOM DAYS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY tost prices paid for YVboat and Corn r and Moal alwajs on hand at ihe Low Jaili 1rioes Sutlifnetlnu guarantee I A I HOOK X HOOK V G BABBAGE MASTER COMMISSIONER ANU cenff 2 cents 1 Icacti revr Plum Cherry and Quince trees Our stock of Also Ruses and Kevcrgreaiis fruit trees Ao comprise all tbe standard and hardy varieties Orders respectfully solicited w s AsiuiY ii lino IKDC G8S i The larf t assort tntlnlh Attorney at Law UAUUlNilUUUU ICY SWEET POTATO PLANTS l all tho standard varieties nf Unset Potato Plants tt Deductions tu tbns dtslrinj SJ cents per 100 Urg tiuautllles All nrdori left wllt A U rtsneri uiuverpon win receive ppunpi attou- Hun tir sddtfis me at aoblnspnrl J Id n 1111 ti I will hare ready for dullvery May 1 1 11 t iBiintu m uijh alns BOOKS Kit Jti Llb4 U ji UAH bjtj tti eiioerp rt Kjr X Pl j Will practice his profsslen In all the courts Da v e u want vuaT of IlreoVtnrldga Cnunly and this judicial dls- Babbaca riot rlpeoiat altontlon gives lo the eolleetlon ef elsiuis etc A share of pnbllo patrnnage tueui in every vurittj aud at all piltsit solicited RD CAGES WAIWO S1MIIXP