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Digital page images are linked to the text file. htraifeaJuiujmKHjiataJBMw u jMiujuir iMumiii natege 8kStBIKJV wgjtuJiAiLwJ1Tjijaflijugttaiu-titiiii-liUulwj- i r i iihiimmi vrrtaaai DARBYS PROPHYLACTIC FLUID A Household I Eradicates I WATATJTA Article for Universal Family Use For Starlet nml THE VOL VII Any out and rode to the town full gallop one been hero for me Yes a stranger With a long beard Why yes he hnd He will come again In half nn hour Show him Into my room when he comes and admit no one else Meadows was hardly sealed in his study nnd his candles lighted when the servant ushered in his visitor Shut both the doors and you can go to bed I will let Mr Richards out Well Well wohavo done the trick betwaen us eh What made you come home without or asked Moadows somewhat sternly ders Why you know as well as mo sir you have sent them Who George Fielding and his male How should I see Meadows started them They Sir Why hey arc como home Cave me tho slip and got away before me They They are here I followed them Crawley not noticing must be here Sir when I Meadow face went on found they had slipped out of the camp on horseback and down to Sydney and saw them with my own eyes go out of the harbor for Knglnnd I thought I should have died on the Bpot I thought I should never have the courage to face you but when I met you arm in arm her eye smiling on yon I knew it was nil right then When diil the event como off Wlrni eveni Thn marringe sir you and the lady She it wonh all the trouble she has given us we are roared Meadows You fool tint matried The wedding is to be this day week Crawley started nnd gasped We are ruined we are undone cried Meadows Hold yoar bawling Ho buried fiercely nnd let me think his face iu his hands when he removed them he was glcnmy but self iosessed 1hcy are nut in Englnnd Crawley or wo They art on the should have seen them You tailed faster than they pasted road They will soon be thorn at night perhaps hic My own heart tells me Ithey will be will beat Well here before Monday them still I will be married Thursday The iron man tuined to Crawley next and sternly demanded hew he had let the man slip Crawley related All and as he told his tale the tone ot Meadows altered Ho no longer doubled the zeal of his hireling He laid his hand on his brow and moro limn groaned nnd muttered half articulate expressions of repugnance At the conCrawley you clusion he said imiodih have serted me well too well all the women npon earth wore not worth a murder nnd we have been on the brink of several You wont beyond your instructions I replied Crawley No I did noi have got them in my pocket I will read them to you Sec there is no discretiou allowed tnc Where do I countenance tbo use of deadly weapons Where is there n word against deadly lie asked Crawley sharply weapons just to me sir he added in a more whin You know that you are a man ing tone that must and will be obeyed You sent me to Australia lo do a certain thing and you would have flung me to perdition if I had stuck at anything to do it Well sir I tried skill without force look here and he placed a small substance like white sugar on the table What is that Put that In a mans glass he will never taste it and in half an hour he will deep you might take the clothes off his hack Three of us watchid months and months for a chance but it was no go those two were teetotal or next door to it I wish I had never serft you out Why replied Crawlow There is no harm done no blood has been spilt except on our own sido George Fielding is Give him up the coming home all righi lady and he will never know you were his enemy wade through cried Meadowe What all these crimes for nothing Lie and feign and intercept letters and rob and Wade in all but assassinate and fail crime up to my middle nnd thon wade Do you see back again without the prize this pistol It has two bancs If she und I are ever parted It shall be ibii way Ill send her to Heaven with one barrel and myself to bell with tho other Crawley reThere was a dead silence turned to their old relation and was cowed by the natural ascenduncy of the greater Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BBECKENBIDGE OLOVEBPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE steel trap nod devoted to the old man nnd thcio twocicpt Into the town of Fumbor ough nt three oclock ono morning Isaac took out a key nnd unlocked the house that stood next to Meadows on the left hand and took secret possession of the first floor and Nathan open but not ostentatious possession of the ground floor with a tale skillfully concocted to excito no suspicion whatever that Isaac was in nny wny connected with his presence in tho town Nullum it is to be observed hnd never been in Fnrnborough before The next morningthoy worked Nuthnn went vjut locking the door after him to find out what Susan Merton wns doing and whether Meadows was courting her or not The latter part oT Nathans task was terribly easy The young mnn came home lnte atnight locked tho door made n concerted signal and was admitted to the senior presence He found him smoking his Kaslein pipe Nathan with dejected nir told him that ho Sho was a true hnd tidings of Susan Nurarile n crcaturu without faith She was betrothed to the man Isaac hMcd Isaac sucked his pipe very fast this news was n double blow to his feelings If she be indeed n Naznrite without faith let her go but judge not the simple hastily First Jet mo know how far womans frail ty is to blame how far mans guile for not for nothing was Crawley sentout to the and Let me consider mine by Meadows he smoked calmly ngiiin After a long silence which Nathan was too respectful to break tho old man gave He him JiIb commission lor to morrow wns to try nnd dit coter why Susan Merlon had written no letters for many months to George and why she had betrothed herself Hut reveal nothing in return to the foe snid Isanc neither ask more than three questions of any one person lest they say Who is Una that being a Jew asks many questions about n Nazaritc maiden and why arks ho them Atnight Nathan returned full of intelligence She loved the young man Fielding Sho wrote letters to him and received let ters from him until cold was found in Australia Out after this he wrote her no more letters wherefore her heart was troubled Ah and did she write to him Yes but received no answer nor any letter for many months Ah purl puin Ihen came a rumor that he was dead and she mourned for him alter the manner Verily master of her peoplo many days I nm vexed for the Nuznnte maiden for her tnleis sad Then enme a letter from Australia that said he is not dead but married to a stranger Then the maiden said Behold now this tnelve months he writes not to me this then is true nnd she bowed her head and the color left her cheek Then this Meadows visited her and consoled her day by day And there arc those who confidently nllirm that her father saidoften to her Behold now I nra n mnn stricken in years nnd the man Meadows is rich so the maiden garo her hand to the man but whether to please the old man her father or out of tho folly and weakness of females thou 0 Isaac foii of Shadrach shall determine seeing that 1 am young and little versed in the ways of women knowing thisouly by uiii veisal report that they are fait- lo the eye but often bitter to the taste Aim cried Isaac but I nm old 0 Nathan son olKli and with the thorns of old age comes one good fruit experience No letters came to him jet she wrote None came to her yet he wrote many All this is transparent ns glass many here has been fraud as well as guile What is the Nathans eyes sparkled fraud master Nav thnt I Know not but I will know But how muster By help of thine cars or my own Nathan looked puzzled So long as Mr Levi shut himself up n dost-- prisoner on a fiist floor what could he hear for himsell He Isaac read tho look and smiled then rose and putting his finger to his lips led the way to his own apartments A stair care the stops of which were cov ered with horso hair went by a tolerably easy slope and spiral movement nearly up Of this cornicon portion to the cornice about a foot square swung back on a well oiled binge nnd Isaac drew out from the wall with the utmost caution apiece of gutta percha piping to this he screwed on another picco open nt thnond and applied it to his ear Nathan comprehended it all in n moHis muster could hear every word ment uttered iu Meadows study But mnstor said he suppose tho mini had taken his business to the other side of his house Foolish youth replied Isaac am I not on both sides of him Ahl What is there another on tho Isann nodded other Thus while Nathan was collecting facts Isaac had been watching patient as a cat keen as n lrnx at his tar bolo and heard nothing The next morning rising early to prepare their food he wns surprised to find the old man smoking his pipe down below My turn has All is well my son nnd corne I have had great patience grent is the reward She loves him not She is hisdupel With a word I can separ ale them and confound him utterly Oh rnnslci cried tho youth eagerly speak that word to day nnd let me bo there and hear it spoken if I hnva favor iu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWS 13 1883 mo to Susan IiTrtiliolil IiTrm DlpliUierin Hall IIvntlnn Ulcerated I I NO 47 ptriont watting en nit ContAclauaDUcaiet thl Sick ilwalJ um It freely SoirUt Fvr h known to spread vvlurc Ihc Fluid was htvef bun tittd Ytllow fevtr tut bn tureJ with li after black Totnlt had taken placo Tho wont OKI of Diphtheria ylld to It SorTliroatHinll lox Meftslos anil yTrdtml81ckrcr I I and Bum rtfrnhtd and IledBnroa preTont- - riTTlNU of Small bathing with 10 IllRVENrKI ail If Dalits Fluid of Atr madt liuuurs tad purlfwd nyA meailcrMktnrav fam witti wi harralMt h l r Sort Throat It U a iTtPf1 PIB W1 turt cur l I taiXLXrox vit wetki and no others CliaOaro ole I w IAKK nad It liheumaJiiam cured fjofl Wklto Complex- - IKtow Philadelphia Ian tecurcd by iu um Ship Foretr prevented To purify the Itreatti Diphtheria Clcnnae thg Teotli It cant be surpassed 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Prof Chemiitry qualified Durbys Fluid Is Jtocomraended by Hon Alcxanuik Hi Stii hsms of Georgia Rev Chm F Dibms DD Church of the Mercer University Bnhop M E Church INlISlrNSABtK TO lTfEIty II 05 IK Perfectly harnlrie Ued Internally or externally for Man or Dealt Fluid letted lieabundanthat been thoroughlydone and we nave evidence that It hat everything here claimed For fuller Information Ret of your Unifsiit a pamphlet or tend to the proprietor II ZPIIIN CO Mruamrlng cherutu PHILADELPHIA Rev Gao F Strangers Is i los LaCoNTi Columbia Kev A J Battli Prof ProfUnlveTiitySC Pihci J A NEVER TOOliTO NIEND A MATTER OF FACT ROMANCE his glcvcsand soma presents for his brido Cool as it cucumber he cnnteicd into the town put up bluck Hnchol nt the Kings Head made his purchases nnd buck lothe Inn As he sat in the bur parlor drinking a glass of ne and cltntllng with the land lady two ttavclcrs cumc into the puftage They did not stop In it long for on a of them knew the house nnd led his companion into the coffcc roiim But In that mosuite of ment by a Hash ot recognition their bronzed color and long beards Meadows had seen who they wore George Fielding and Thomas Hoblnson Words could not paint in many pnges whnt Meadows passed through in a few seconds His very body was one moment cold ns Ice the next burning The coffee room door wni open he dragged himself intotho pasrnge though each foot in urn seemed glued to the ground and listened He came back aud sat down in tho bar said the misAro they going to stay tress to thu waiter Yes to be called at five oclock Tho bell ranif Tho wniter went and tie immodintely returned Hot with mnndtd the waiter iu a sharp mechanical tone Hero take my keys for the lump sugar raid tho landlady and she pouredfirst the brandy and then the hot water into the tumbler nnd then went up stairs to seb about the travelers beds Meadows was loit alone n few moments with the liquor A sudden Hash came to Meadows eye hu put his hand hnatily to his waistcoat pocket nnd then his eyo brightened still moro Yes it was there hn had had the curiohity to keep it by him He drew out the white lump Crawley hud left on his table that night and flung it into the glass just as the waiter rcturuod with tho sugnr J he waiter took the brandy nnu witter into the coffee room Meadows sat still its a mouse his brain boiling und bubbling awe struck nt what ho had done jet medi tating worse The next time tho wniter came in said he Waiter one glass among two that is short allowance replied the Old the big one is teetotal waiter Mm While said Meadows if you have got n bed for me Ill sleep here lor my nng is tired nnd tho night is darkish Always abed for you Mr Meadows was the grnciotn reply Soon the two friends rang for UobiiiFon staggered with drowsiness Meadows eyed them from behind a news s Â¬ paper Ily CIIAHLUS RCADR CHAPTER LXIII Meadows camo to Qraasmcro every day and one nilit that the old man wai tcllint Suian nnd liim how badly things were go ins vrith him he said with a cheerful lausrli I wonder at you father in law taking on that way Do you think Susan will let you bg uncomfortable for want of a Now this remnrk was slyly made while Susan was at the othor rnd of the room fo that she could hear it but was not suppos ed to The next day he said privately to old The day Susan nnd I co to Merton church together you mut let me take your cnaiiemcnU and do the best I can with them Ah Jobnl you are a friend but it will take a pretty deal to et mo straight Two thousand How much I ra afraid and loo much Too much for me to tako out of my pocket or a stranger but ruit for my wife s father not if it was ten time that1 From that hour Meadows had an ally nt Grasamete working he tit and soul to has ten the wedding day One duy Meadows bought the license I thought you would like that belter than Susan cried in church Susan bcin thanked him and said Oh yes I know you like Meadows then said to make folk happy I hare got a job lor a friend of mine in A gentleman you Cheshire wants baililT lie has written to me A word from me will do the busi Now is there any one you would ness like to oblige The place is worth five Susan was grateful to hundred a year She him for waiving disagreeable topics Ah but he is no and said reflected ftiend of yours What does that matter if he is jours Will Fielding With nil my heart Only my name You are right must not ba mentioned He can marry on this They would have starved in The drove Thus he made the benevolent cirl laste You will be asked the sweets of power to do many a kind notion like this when So he bribed you are Mrs Moadows father and daughter each after their kind The offer came in form from the gentle man lo Will Fielding He nnd Miss Holi day had already been cried in church They were married and went off to Ches- Halt nn hour later Mr ueauows went to btd too but not to sleep CHAPTEU IjXVI At soven oclock in the morning Crawley wns nt Meadows house by appointTo his great sttrprse the servant ment told him his master had not slept at home Whilo he wns talking to her Meadows galloped up to the door jumped off nnd almost pulled Crawley up stairs with him Lock tho door Crawley Crawley obeyed but with some reluctance for Meadows tho iron Meadows was ghastly nnd shaken as hohad never been shaken beforo Ho sunk into a chair Perdition seize the hour I first saw her As for Crawley ho wits paralyzed by the terrible agitation of a spirit su much greater than his own Crawley said Meadows with n sudden unnatural calm when tho devil buys a soul or money how much tloos ho give a good hump I hear tlo values our souls high we dont some of us Mr Meadow sitl Now count those yelled Meadows bursting nut aznin nnd he flung a roll of notes furiousy on the ground nt Crawleys lett count und tell me what my eouI has gone for Oh oh Crawley seized them and counted them ns fust ns his trembling lingers would let him So now an ryo nil remorse nnd an other eje nil greed were bent upon the sntnc thing Why they aro nil hundred pound notes bright as ilver ftom thu Bank of Kngland Oh dear how new and crimp they are where do they come ftom air From Australia No nothing is im Ahl oh impossible possibn to such n mnn nn you Twenty They nro nt Nswbnrough slept at Kings Hend whispered Meadows Good heavens think of that Thirty Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ thousand pounds or two ujiiin lore You ennt search mo without n warrant Hero is it warrant from tho mayor Take the notes out of yourleft breudt and give them to the ollicer or wo must do it by force nnd publicly I wont without Mr Meadows nuthnri ty Send or Mr Meadows if you dnro Weill we will take you Isaac reflected Keep the money till to Mr Meadows jiou see him but we must secure vnu Put I ho greathis cont over his hunds first coat wns put over his hands nntl the next moment under the coat was beard a liltlo click Let us go to the carriage said Levi in n hi isk cheerful tone ThojH present heard the friendly invitation nnd saw n little sring of acquaintances tin eo in number break up a conversation and go nnd get into n fly one carried n great coat nnd buudlo before him with both bands Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ search Dont you sir dear mcl You Imvo seven thousand pounds about yon Mr Crnwley Crawley etnrled nnd trembled Stolen whispured Isaac in his very tar Give it up to tho ollicer Crnwley roc instinctively A firm hnnd wuslnid on each of his arms he sit down ngiiin Whnt whnt ever money I have is trusted lo mo by the wealthiest nnd most respectable mnn iu the con nty and Stolen by him received by you I Give it to Wood unless you prefer a public ripe preciiuilon of going with him totho station I hern he shook hunds with him nnd returned to Ids house Crnwley kept fuith ho hugged his trens tire to his besmn and sal down wniiiug for thought tho trnin Luck is on our sldo ho if this hnd been open yesterdnv those two would have come on ilom NcwboM ough U lie watched the preparations they were decorating the locomotive with bouquets nnd branches They did not siarl punctually some totdlmnt great people hnd not I will hnvo a dram arrived thought Crawler ho went nhd hnd three then he came back niM us he whs standing in- Â¬ specting the carriages it hand was laid nn his shoulder he looked around it wns Mr Wood a functionary with vhoin he had often done business Ah Wood I how dyo do Going to make tho first trip No sir I have business detains mo in town What a enpins eh chuckled Crawley Something of the sort There is n friend of yours hard by wants to speak a word to you Crawley followed Wood to tho waiting room ami there on i hunch s it Isaac Levi Crnwley stopped dead short und would Imvo drawn bick hut Levi beckoned to u seat ttenr him Mr Wood sut on the oilier side of him Wiiui does it nil menu thought Crnwley but his cue was to seem indifferent or Haltered You have slmved your beard Mr Craw- Â¬ ley said Isaac iu n low tone My beard I never hud one replied Crnwley in tho same key Yes you hail when lint I paw you in the gold mine you set milium to abuse me str Dont you btlictr that Mr Levi I aw it and felt it The peculiarity of this sitimtion was thnt the room Iji ing full of people both pat tics wished eneh forhisownicuson not to excite general attention nnd therefore delivered scate above u whisper tho sort of matter that is generally uttered very loud and excitedly Ii is my tutu now whispered Livi nn eye for nn eye n looilt for u tooth You niut look sharp then whispered Crnwley to moirov perhaps jou inny not havo tho chnncc I never postpone vengeance when it is J Â¬ Â¬ i You need not look like a girl ut me Most likely it wont come raid Meadows to that It is not easy to beat me and I shall try every move mans wit can devise said he in a voice of iron This last touching the pistol as it lay on the table There was anuther pause Then MeadYou look ows rose and said calmly tired you shall havo a bottle of my old hire So Meadows got rid of Will Fielding at a port and my own heart is staggered but it He struck hi ii only for a moment criss Mr and Mrs Fielding gone off to Ches- hand upon his breast and walked slowly hire and Mrs Holiday after them on a from the room And Crawley heard his rlnit of domestic instruction Mealos step descend to the ball nnd then to the publicly announced his approaching mar cellar and the indomiublo character of the man rang in his solid tread rlago with Miss Merlon Mr Meadows is Crawley was uneany The weather was fine and overy evening getting wildiah it frigntens mo to see such this man and woman walked together Tho woman envied by all the women the nman ns him burst out liko that He is your ojes man by all the men Yet they walked side net to bo trusted with a loaded pistol Ah cried Levi with a Speak it todajl and 1 nm in his secrets deeu in his se by side liko the jihoti of lovers crets Great men sweep away liltlo folk look of intense surprise nt Nathans simShe tried to give happiness and to avoid said he Go to foolish youth All this passing plicity giving pu1 ii but her heart of hearts was in- Â¬ that know too much months and whnt accessible The town hnd capitulated but rapidly through his head Crawley pounced months after I have waitfd you havo me for vengeance would on the pistol took off the caps whipped the citadel was empty yet impregnable oat a little bottle mid poured some strong fritter it nway for want of waiting n day or In one Week they were to be married will strike not the No two longer stuff into the caps that lonsoned the detonMeadows counted the days and exulted cup from hts hand but the full cup he had faith in the magic ring It was on ating powder directly then with a steel empty his lips v this Monday evening that they walked pen he picked it all out and replaced the from You aro Nathans black eyo Unshed caps their vlrtuo gono before Mr Mead arm in arm In thoiield and It so happen All said he the master I the scholar ed that Meadows was not speaking ol love ows returned with two bottles and tho conI isk Is to be permitted to share the watchbut of a scheme for making all the poor federates snt in close conclave till the gray ing for your enemys wbrds sinco I may of morning broke into the room peoplo in Grnaimcre comfortable especial The crent man gavo but few orders to his not go abroad whilo It is day fy ot keeping the rain out of iheir ronfs lynx lay in am Thus the old and tho wind qut of what Ihey vulgarly subordinate for this simple reason that bush all day and young tight the young Ami at but not unreasonably called their uindys tho prune had fallen into his own hands Still there was something for Crawley to lynx prowled but warily lest Crawley nnd Susans color was rising and her eyes every night brought sea brightening at this the one interesting sldo do He was to have an ollicer watching to should some him andIntelligence scrap of roarriago offered to make people happy arrest Will Fielding on the old judgment homo near her and around her and she cast n should he which was hardly to be expect CHAPTEU IXV n ed come to kick up a row and disturb the look of gratitude upon her companion And to morrow he was to lake look thut coming Irom so lovoly n face wedding Meadows rode to Grassmero to try nnd Mr a writ against his father-in-lamight very well pass for love Whilo thus out nrevnll with Susan to be married on Ihurs pleasantly employed the pair sudJenly en Meadows played u close game His pjan instead of Monday When he countered a form In a long bristling beard was to have everything ready that might day nexthis heart almost failed him but arrived who poered Into their faces with n singular be wanted long before it was wanted The sun enma in at the window and the aflor some Utile circumlocution and exexpression of stiango and wild curiosity cuse he revealed the favor tho great favor and anxiety but did not slop he was mak Â¬ long conference broko up and strango lo ho was como to nsk He asked It Sho Crawley home to say It broko into three ing toward Karnbornugh Meadows Isaac granted it without thn shade of a demur to Grassmero Who Is sleop Susan was a liltlo startled Levi to smoko an Kastcrn pipe and to Ho wns no less surprised than delighted that mtditHte with more tranquil pulse how to but the truth is tlmt very irritation nnd I dont know striko with deadliest effect these two bis snapplshncss of yesterday was tho cause of He looked ns If he knew us her consenting Iter conscience old her she The folk Insolent enemies A traveler I think desrsst had been unkind nnd be hnd been too hereabouts have not got to wear those long wise to snap In return beards yet Meadows galloped home triumphant CUAPTEll XIV Why did you flnrt when ho passed us But two whole days now between him and Did I start Susan Isaao Levi who had followed George his bliss And that day pasted nnd Tues Fielding to Australia bad left behind a day passed Tho man lived hrte days Your arm twitched me replied trusty watch on Meadows One day he You must have fancied it nights in a staler of tension that would but come received it letter from Kngland thut gavn and killed some of us or driven us mad Meadows with a sickly smle huve Susan the dew U fallmg you bad better him some information abimt Meadows but hid Intrepid spirit rode the billows of which determined him to return home make toward home hope and fear like n petrel He did return with his cjerk a young He saw bsr safe home then Instead of Hensxt rode off to Newborough t buy waiting to supper as usual got his horse Hebrew uamed Nathan al sharp as a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ spirit i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ So did I Ah forty four thousand pounds The lump of stuff you left here hocused ono it wns a toss up luck was on my side that one curried thorn slupt like dcnlh long lime burning found them under his pillow nt Inst Well done nnd we fools wcro nlways beat at it Sixty one two fivo seven Seven thuusnnd pounds Who would Seven thousand pounds hnvc thought it This is n dear job to me 3av a dear job to them nnd a glorious haul to you but you doscrve it all ahl do Why you fool cried Meadows you think I um going to keep tho mous money Keep it why of course I John Meadows What um I a thiel I that never wronged a man of a penny take his sweoibenrt I cant liva without I hor but I can live without his money havo crimes onough on my head but not theft there 1 suy hall Ihen why in the name of Heavon did Crawjay you take them nt such a risk put tills question roughly for ho was losing his respect for his idol You are ns blind h a mole Crawley Dont jou was tho disditlnlul answer seo that I have Hindu George Fielding pen niless nnd that now old Merton wont let Aud tho day I him hava his daughter marry Susan thnt inme nfternoon seven thousand pounds will be put into George Fieldings hand ho wont know by whom 1 nm a but you and I shall know sinner but not n villain Crawley gavo a dissatisfied grunt Give them tome nnd in twelve hours I You wont will be in Franco with thum miss me sir 1 have done my work And it will bo more prudent for since I have left sou I cant help drinking and I might talk you know sir I might nnd let out what wo should both be sorry for Send mo uwny to foreign countries whero I c ti keep traveling and make it ulways sumthlms Iruy mer I seo such pray let mo go and tako these with tne and never trouble you again CHAPTEU IXVI7 Mr Meadows arrayed himself new top boots new dnrk blue coat with buttons new hut hruaddish in the brim looking the model uf u British yeoman Ho leached Giassmeic before eleven oclock It was to be a very quiet wedding but tho bridesmaids etc werw thnre nnd Suean nil in white pio but very lovely Father inlaw wjts cracking jokes and Susan writhing under them Meadows becamo the life and soul of the He was in a slate of violent excite- Â¬ scene ment that passed with the rustics for gay ety natural to the occasion They did not notice his noxious glances up tho hill that led lo Ncwborougb his eager und repeated looks nt his watch the sigh of relief whon tho church bells pealed out tbo tremors of imputionce the struggle to appear cool as ho sent one to hurry tho clerk another to tell tho clergy mnn that tho brido was ready and the Mnmp ol tho foot whon one of tno bridesmaids took ten minutes to tio on a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The words though half nonsonio wcro tho other hitlf cunning nnd the tones and Meadows hosiluted looks wcro piteous Crawley kuew too much j to get rid of him was n bait and after nil to ivnnihiluto the thing ho had been all this life accumulat ing went against his heart Ho ring thu JivTl Hldti the note Crawloy Bring nto two shit Is u razor and n comb Crawley these bio tho term That you go nt once to the railway Station oireivti to day First trulnf starts In an hour tin to Lon don over to Franrq this ovonlng I will sir Hurrah I hurrah I Then Crawley burst Into proestailiWis of gratitude which Meadows cut short Hu rang for breakfast fed his accomplice gavo hint arrest caul for tils Jouruey aiJ toon tlie Â¬ And now a loud hurrah was heard from The parson at last behind tho church cried Meadows exultantly Susun lowered bar eves and hated hersolf for tho shiver To her tho pur Hint passed through her son wns nn executioner It wns not the parson The next moment two figures came around in sight Meadows turned nway with n groan said ho Tho words George Fielding dropped ns it wcro out of his mouth She thought Susan misunderstood thin he road her heart and nscribed her repug nnnco to her lingering attuehment to Sho wni angry with herself for Georgu letting this worthy mnn scu her wnnt of Why do you mention thnt nnme to pride What do I cam for sho exclaimed me him who has deceived me I wish that ho stood ut the church door thnt ho might seo how I would look nt him and pass him leaning on your faithful nnu Susan I cried n well known voice be Â¬ hind her Sho trembled and almost crouch ed ere sho turned but tho moment she turned around alio gavo a scream that brought nil tho company running and the brido forgot overy thing nt the sight of Georges hnndfomo honest fitco heamlag truth and love and throw herself Into his arms Georgo kissed the brido In another moment Susan came In her senses und sprung Irom his embrace ns though an adder had slung her and red as fire her ryes like basilisks sho turned llowdaro 3 on on him ut a rata distance embrace mc How dure you cmno whero I Father ask this man why he comes am her now to make mo exposo myself and insult tho honest mnn who honors me with Oh father come to me nnd his respect lain me nway from hero I Susnu what on earth Is this What cried poor George hnvn I done Whnt hate you done You aro false to inel You never wrote me a letter for twelve months nntl yoit are married to a lady In Bttthurstl Oh George1 ho If ho Is excluded Hoblnson must be slyer than f gfvehlin credit for for I havo never left hi side night nordny and I nuvtrsaw himsny throe civil words to a woman Mr Uohiiuonl Snnvebody tins Ye Mr Ilnulnsnn been tnnking a fool of you Ml Morton Why nil hi cry uluht und day has been Susan I Srniuil When wo found the gold he kisses It and tmva he There that is not because you are jiild but rjecuui rou tnkr I bonnet I had them from Mr Meadows lie crieif aud what alimit it It is not the first tiniu he has trusted mc with much larger turns 1 Your word uncle your promise ihnn that crossed the sens on the faith of it Oh I rou had them from Mr MfratTows You did George said the old farmer Yes I had Says you Hiing bnek a thousand Mr Mcttdows I nrft- sorry losnr I must pounds lo show me you nre not n fool nnd jou shall have my daughter nnd she wns commit jou but still I hope jou will clear to havo jour blessing Am I right Mr jourelf elsewhere I have not the lenst uneasiness nbnud Meadows You were present YoS will admit inefo thnt sir thank you Those were the words replied Mead bail uf ourC ows Impossiblo Wood here is n wartnhf Well nnd have you brought back the I will sign it thousand pounds While the tnagislrntn wns signing jthV I have John Imiist stnnd to my word nnd I warrant Meadows hend fell rfpohhiS breast will it is justice Tnke the girl and be ns he seemed to collapse standing bnuc Levi eyed Him scornfully You hnppy ns jm enn with hor and her father hud no mercy on tho old Jew You took in tho woikhouse I take her nnd thnt is ns much as to his house from him not frtr your nerd but say that neither her father nor nny ono she for hate So he made that liuurt a trap respects shall go to the workhouse How and caught you in jour vlllainjmuch is nij share Tom Yes jou liave caught mc cried M en Â¬ Four thousand pounds Hero they are dows but you will never t nge me nnu in lads and lasses seventy of them und all n moment his pistol wns rt Ids own templo ns crisp as a muslin gown new starched nnd ho pulled tho trigger the cap failed Why I never put this and he took pieces he pulled the other trisrgrr the other enp of newspapers out of Ids pocket book and failed He gnve a yell like u wounded-ti-glooked stupidly nt each as it came out nnd stood nt bay gnashing his teeth AVhy Tom cried Gcorce at the sight with rage und dctpmr Haifa f zen inert Bobbed I wns nil that Tom could say threw themselves upon him nnd n MruggU Bobbed Tom ensued thnt almost bafilrs descrption He Bobbed I I put thn bonk under my pil- Â¬ dragged those six men about up nnd down low and there I found it this morning some clinging to his legs some lo his bodj Bobbed I robbed Kill mc George I have He whirled nenrly every one of thorn to tlin ground in turn nml when bj- - pulling at runined you 1 cant speay gasped George Oh Itis legs they got him down he fotght likt what is the meaning this n badger on hfs buck seized two by iho But I can speak I thundered Susans throat nnd patting his feet under another father Dont tell me of n London thief drove him into the nir doubled up like n being robbed George Fielding if yon nre ball nnd ho fell on Levi nnd tent the old n man nt nil go nnd leave mc and my mnn into Mr Williams arms who sat daughter in peace If you had como come down with n Jew in his lap to the derangehome with money to keep her I wns ready ment of his magibterinl dignity Now lo give you Susun to my own ruin At lust bo was mattered and his hands it is your turn to show youiself the right tied behind him with two hindkerch6fi My dnughlcr has given her band to stuff tako tho incnl to jail cried Wil a man who can make u lndy of her nnd set Hums irt a psion Meadows groaned me on my legs again You can nnlj- - beg Ay lake me said he jou enntt tnnkrj cur us Dont stand in tho poor gi 1s light me live thoro Ive lived respccird nil George leave us iu peace for pitys sake these years nnd now I shall Jio tab Irt You ro right old man my head is felon Take mo where I may hide rny heirt confused and George put his hnnd feebly und die and tho wieteed man moved But I seem to see it my duty away with feeble strps lit stt ngth nn4 to his brow George staggend und spirit crushed now his hatds were tied to go und Ill go Kobinsou ran to suppnit him There dont in like n fuss with mc There is nothing thu matter with mo only my heart is CHAPTER Let mc sit on this bench nnd draw dcud A uiorrlh of Elysium And then oncdnj breath a minute and thru Ill go Give Never heed tkeir George asked Susan plump when it uoulil mo your hand Tom ribes Id trust you with more gold than be agreeable lor her lo rniury him Marry jou George1 replied Susan I have tho best of them was ever worth wlij- - never I I hnll Ay I have opening her ejes cot you left me still Tom never nmrrj any one nrer you trust be heard thnt fticndshtp is truer than love well nwnre of that Susan proceeded to nnd I dnro say so it is As if to plead against this verdict Su- inform Georgo that thouuh fcllishncss wnf san came timidly to her lover in his sorrow pait of her character selfishness wati oi from the house und sat on his other aide recent events hnd destroyed nn ngrcehblrr delusion under which sho had imagined her nnd leaned Iter head gently nn his shoul self worthy to be Mrs George Fielding sho What signifies money to us two der therefore though with some reluctance inOh 1 havo been tohbed she murium ed of what is better than lifo this hitter year tended to resign thnt situation to somo rtnd now you nre downhcnrted ut loss ol wiser nnd belter woman limn sho hud How foolish to griovo fur mich turned out money f I Irttd foiYndymi go SusniY said h6 nonsciKa when I nm so hap happy I and again tho lovely faco tested light as down ing to bo mnriied lo another ninn wiiblhn roses on jnur checks I should hnvo tnriuil on Georges shoulder weeping deliciously Just thou our old acquaintance Mr Wil- 011 my hoel und back to Australia but C liams camo riding up nnd hookrrrg his look in your face wns enough you wcro miserable and nny njd lool could nee jnur horso to the gate Came in saying Oh hero jou nre Mr Mendows There is a heart wns dead against it look nt you ixiw ridiculous charge brought agnintt jou but blooming like n rose so what is thi- u eof us two fighting against human nuturof we I nm obliged lo hear it bcfoie dismissing it Oh here Is u bench I ennt be hnppy nprl let us como toe h Give tne a sent am informed that two men bolrnging to cr Ahl George if I thortgbt your happi this placo hnvo been robbod of seven thou thy ness depertded on having a fullish wifu sand pound nt the Kings Head Kings Hend in Ncwborougb Why yon knntf it does replied tho iir It is truo sir cried Hoblnson but how udvertent Agricoln 1 did vou know hit alters the case Joonr than you I iitn here to ask questions was the should be unhappy- I think I tWho nra you1 ahnru roponso Name ihe day then Jliomns Bobinson In short tho bell rang a merry peal Which is Georgo Fielding and lo reconcile Susan to her uunvoidublii I nm said poor Georgo happiness Mr Id en cano down nnd gnvii Havo ym b an robbed an additional weight iu her wuy of view Wtthnve sir ing things ttf tho marriage ceremony by Of how niiiclili officiating Seven thousand poUiftti Ihomas HnliinsnrY did not slivy long at Come thin tnllies with tho old Tilings wcro rtuid in thn vj Ornssmere Hum I whetedid you sleep Inge thnt wounded him HI repute will not hiKt night Mr Meadows V ill conduct does He wnit in stop fKrectly At tho Kings Head In Newburoiigh see Mr Kdeu rent his name in us Mr Sin Â¬ sir replied Meadows without nny hesita- clair was received1 with open nrms ami tion guve tho good man- a glow of happiness Well thnt is-- curious but I need not ny such ns most of x 1 fenr go mho enno I dont bullevo it Is mure than coincidence without leeling or earning He presented Oh givo way him a masgivo gold ring ho had hammered Whcrols the old gentleman tlioro uud let him c 01110 here out of a nugget Mr Kdeu had never worn Now nil this was inexplicable to Meadows a ting in his rife but ho worn llirs with nit but still it brought a deadly chill of vaguo innocent prido and showed it people und nppteltrnsion over him Ho lelt ns if a net valued it inure than he would rno Pitt dia Â¬ watt elriring around him The next moment mond which a Fiench king bought of nti I thought so dropped from his lips-- a Hngllsh suliiecr nnd thta price wns an heavy Isaac Levi stood bolora him he pntd for It by lnlullriVouU spread over I accuSte that nmn of theft ho said irVmy j ear pointing to Meadows Nathan and J hfard Hobtniou very wifely Went back In Ana him tell Crawley that ho had drugged the Irnlla and mpio wiely still niM rledJvnny yon tig mantf liquor ttnd klolen Ihunotes with whom hi had uiridnpuudM iiver slure Then we hoard Crawley Jieg for the notch ho left her fttidnfier mulch entreaty lie gave UieWhim In tlo prison rri il htr Mr Mend-iwn- It is ttuol cried Hiblnsnn lit violent foud nnd fell iivtn it deep deprrssMirV I ut ngttHtlqn bo truo You know what the third dur hu revived and ft l tnTcAeni it must n light aleoper I um ami how 0II011 you had ing again Ht n nt Iu Mr lanl nm I hnkt ut this iimin11 wun to Jertinimiir I mill 11 er Â¬ 11 Â¬ backer ft Aeeinsi and he looked around on nil the cUmpanr with his cnlm superior ce And How Susan what 111c 3011 do ing nn that mans nrm Oh Miss Merton nnd I are to be married to day said Meadows that is why I gave her my arm George gasped for brtnth but ho con trolled himself by n mighty effort She thought me false nnd now she knows I I soy noth am true Susan fnltercd he ing about tho promises thnt have pusi cd between us two and the ring you gave me Here it is He has kept my ring1 sobbed Susnn I wns there before 3011 Mr Mendows but I wont stand iieii that I dont be lieve there is man in the world loves d woman in the world better than I love Su snn but still I would not give a snap of the finger to have her it her will is townrd nnuthcr So please jtwrself my lns and dont cry liko thnt only thU must end I wont live in doubt a moment no nor half n moment Speak your pleasure nnd noth ing else choiso between John Meadows George Fielding nnd Susan looked up in tnUte astonishment Whnt choico can there be TIip moment I saw your faco and truih still shining iu it I forgot there was a John Meadows in the world I With these words Susnn cast n terrified look nil around and losing every other feeling in n purexysm of shame hid her burning face in her hands nnd made n smkeu bolt into the house und up stairs to her room where she wns discovered bv one of the bridesmaids lent ing off her wedding clothes und luughing and crying nil in n breath Well uncle Susan hns spoken her mind now you speak yours George 1 have been an imprudent fool I nm on the blink of ruin owe more than two thousand pounds We henrd you had changed jour mind and Meadows came foiwurd like n man and said hu would I 11 Â¬ 1 Hold your tongue Tom said George sternly Who nuts me on my dctenso Is there nny man here who has been tolling her I ever hnd n thought of any girl but her 7 11 there is let him Hnnd out now und Isnyjt lo my face if he dares There ns I hrte Is a lie without pTuesd riloiicc a hocused nml no inlsf iko Whero wt ic you Mr Levi to hair itlf thlsnkedMr Willmms In the cost rotfrrt of my IfoftlV And horo waff he Itf the west tcolif nl hh JnuW It is Impossible Say not u r ir I will iflifw yntt it Is Mectiiltntf I will explrtin inn Hn explained lift c titnvnnco Iu f J Meadows hung his lira J he ran-- l6w terri- Â¬ bly tho t ubtle Oriental hnd oufwllted liim p jet his presence uf mind nevti fur n nib- iiicni deserted him Sir rVtid lit- - I have hnfl the inUfiir- tutie to offend Mr Levi nnd he is mj sum if enemy Ifymi renlly mcin tti go into this lidlcilaiis itffnir tillttw tne to bring wltim es and I will prove tu you he Inn hour thieuteniug vengeance against me tlirsu two years nnd ytfu knew n Jie is nt t much I not Doss this npiear likclv to a Jew woith sixty thousand pounds whj shoultf v 1 I Mriil I len them you gave them to Crawley HOw genrrousl sneered Mr Meadow Well when jou find Crawley with sett if thousand pound nnd he say I gnte them him Mr Williams will tnke your wtutl against ininu nnd not till then 1 think Certainly not the mtfsl respectable limit for miles around prumpllj retpunded thnt worthy mnglstrafc So be it1 rcfofltd Isaac eoollr Mr Wood bring Crawler At that ulibxnrct- erl word Meadows knees begnn to quake Crawley wns brought out uf tho fly ticm hiing with fear Sir sale Levi If In thnt mans bosom on the left hand sido tho missing nuts nro nut found let mc suffer scorn but if ther be found do us justice on ihc evil doer I he constable senrched Crnwley an if found the bundle of noes Ihetc wnsu univcrial cry Slop sir snid Bobinson to make sure I will describe our ptoperty tcventy notes of one hundred pounds cuih Num bers one five six naught toono six two nine Mr Williams examined the bundle aud nt once handed them over to ltobinnn who shoved tlerrf hastily tnlo Georges hands and dntfod for joy Mr Williams looked ruefully nt Mcndows theft he hesitated then turning sharply In Crawler he sujd Where did you get these Meadows tried to catch hfs t je nd pr vail on him to say m thing but Crawley who hud not heard Levis evidence niHdn sine of nving himself by mentis of Meadows Â¬ that is jour story s l7 Say you stolo thett to beggar your rij vnl wliop letters to the infltlcit ho lovttr you had inteicuptcd by fritted nt the post office in Fnriibiintwh Susan nml Oeorga uttered nn exclamation nt the tamo mo- But hnvliig stoment Continued Levi Â¬ Why indeed said Mr Wilnams stole these ttotcs 10 give them nyvnj reputation Ssii Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - - 11 - fi 1 Minn aluwinHifiHP i qrzaitu-WMi-- i sy w A mmmaGmfMmammammmmmemmBBfafmmmivyumummmmmmmmi Breckenridge News gs j ji fUVK I8M VKDVKSDAY j 13 FATEFUL QUA1UIEL THE OnEX COUNTY VOTE Since our lust Isnio we have read several pubiiaiioii two of them Interviews with Col Thos L Jones that fotce us to tho conclu loii tlint that gcntletnun would like lo head a revolt against the nominee of the demoirntlc party for the gtibernnlorinl ofCol Jones refering to his speech fice committing himself to ihe action of tho convention in nominating Mr Knotl delivered twenty four hours subsequent to that event says thai ho was not nworo ihut Ow en county had not voted solidly for Mr Knott when he addressed tho conventinn This must bo nn error of tho interviewer for Col Jones was put in ns full possession of nil tho fnct five minutes nfter Mr Knotts nomination ns he is to day Hut admitting that all he and his friends sny to be true what diffcrcnccdocsit mnko Sup pose thot Owen countys vole had been recorded solidly for Mr Knott that would not hnvo been sufficient to nominnto him According lo the claims of Jones nnd when his manafriends that gentleman gers in tho convention created tho hnlt in the count of tho seventh ballot by clamor Â¬ ing for the Klliott county vote led Knott Deducting the five votes of 0 I u voles Owon county nnd giving them to Knott Add still left him 115 votes In tho lend to these tho votes of Klliott county nnd he led Knott 7 1 5 voles Consequently there is nothing in the much lnlked of Owen county vote Giving them all to Knotl Dut it was still the latter wns distnnced the changing of the votes of other counties that lnid Jones low Tlint pause that de lay in the counting nnd declaration of the result of tho seventh ballot cnused and nnd brought it about by Jones own friends and partisans made the gap wherein he Tlint the counties tlint met his death chnnged bad the right lo change Col Jones cin not deny That his own firnds afford ed them iho opportunity to affect changes And that his defeat wns he can not deny brought ubout by those changes exclusive of ihe notion of the Owen county delega The truth is action he can not deny cording lo his own rhowing Col Jones was fairly and squarely beaten by scvcrnl counties exercising a right Col Jones dare not dispute The chnrgo made by some of his indiscreet friends tlint Proctor Knolt obtained the nomination by fraud is n falsehood Proctor Knott is not thnt kind And the demand that others of of man Jones friends make for the withdrawal of Mr Knott is foolish Mr Knott was honestly nominated and he intends to run the race out as the nominee of the democratic parly If it is Col Jones intention to pose before the people as auothcrPrince Charlie robbed of bis rightful crown tho quicker he gets nbout it the better If be is deter mined upon political suicide let him an Â¬ nounce himself without delay Tho quicker he funernl the better for him iu that he will sooner be put of pain Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iFV WALLACE OBUELLE Editor it k ocuat itiTTcrTir ari cit ut far rs if- Tur Oixernnr JTnni TnH KintT of Marlon Irr Meul lnvernnr J It HlNnMAHif Ailnlr l ir Aliitrnej Oencril IW II nnfv of Mercer Vnr Treasurer Ja W Txtr of Franklin Fur Auditor Faykttk llrwitr of Hardin Pub Insln Fayette ur Itcglstsr Intiil Office t llko liriil JDIiikrrrl nrkT V II Inr Represent itlreDn rorxrv Jicii lVvxlKiirnx oor pur- - Dkkiw without won scrtc n June in coiio Inc real catnip i Wiikv n jirinler pits lii nrmi around liis sweetheart lie i irofij In prfsi i Wikttv girl in a nrnt calico dress it tlie lost tiling wc ctemfiw In print A Wni the jncniorsliip fjo to Morrow lnilucjli Jonrml We mipss Knott jiirl in In lucnh srf iirIj tlint lic 1ms h fiiintin fit cverj time she looks in n mirror Tunis is i Whit tr lini lioroiiit tiTllie Iiim ordinance Krankfurt Ycomin Cant lelltou Uet- ink llnin Ilncmi Mil llrMiiiicki of Iniliiim opened his tnouili to n ncwpnpcr mnn the other da mill put both his fevt in it Wutiii fime Already Ki n is climbing rapidly to nryro baby Las been named for him in this countv Tin comcrsntiunnliit of tin Touisille Coniincreiiil has struck a new vein of hit nijr nnd is noikitiR it for nil it Is worth Tub last issue of the ladiicah Journal Contains n capital pnrtrnit of ltnh Awler dcrson tlie llovrlin llcnnof tlielurchaae fiKX Giunt hn unilied his hands of politics and an enterprising xatikec h bottling the njtcr he cleansed them in and telling it Tor ink Mr HuidrekV Wnlnsli Cour we lire inclined to the opinion that the iout has left his great toe and Hon n to hid brain llKWiiMi Iit interuew No wonder it was a cold day for John 1 Whits when liuine Hiilv Snow and Frost were delegate in the tecent republican Mute comontitm Tin cockle Vanned again of Mr Wntlersotii hoarl are The other day the Iowa democratic state convention dcclured for a tariff for reenuc unlv jutant Tmw MoosuiiiiT is the iimiic of the nil general of Iiuin As he is young and FiiwdVoiiie all the girls out there like to luj met by Moonlight alone A VMM i of onmphiro ills the air fiom reaiinccted clothing fladucuh Journal Luiiipliiii is a good woid Me u most ctdleiit word new but not gnudy The Sutrh Kcutuckinn congratulates us on the iicliicicincnt of a pun on the name of be head of our Mule ticket Mr Knott Tfjecciwng a good dtnlof pun islimcut jiibt m uuu Tin murder in JoirxwIIr last week of the brilliant ourig artiit Claience Jlovil b his brotherin law J r Willi Harries was ihe defIorafde culiniimtioii of a sad familj qimirtl Mi jif fall- un v thinks there preached is an awful eight fiom the pulpit Jhe tiouble is that theology is fist taking the place of religion and is the pro goiitor of infidelity theology Ir tlm Cownglou Commonwealth and Newport Journal -- South Kentuckiaii Jkttcr still he hud best muzle himself 11 i Col Jours ever expects lo be a candi-dali- for ollice ugain he had better miulc Oru old friend Kick Jones of Louisville tu be excruciatingly funny in his merry His List jolo is that Mr Knott nimnenlii vliimld wiihdinw fiom the statu ticket iu fuorof the difgriintlfd tother Jones Cu iWm J IbuiV is a candidate for Ihu li gialaturo in Louisville We take it for grunted that he will make an exceedingly mild taints avoiding every thing calcu lated to Madden llm voters of his district Â¬ Tun Mjvuvillc Haglo doubt Iavion 1in kertons qunlifieatioiis fir the position to tvhfcli ho was nominated by the republican hlao i omentum It ays that he is defic it nt in rdueaiion whio his ollicial cpcr ieiice is confined to n distillery gaugemhip church over in Indiana is all turn up over u chargi- - of profanity brought njiainst a young lady member It uppears Ijinl n young chap nnined Painm asked her iiMKUrA him and her reply on which tho JrtWgeis based was Ill be Dammed if 1 do sir A roiWTHY Tin prolecliveliuilf has such n beneficial oIK tt on tlm labor of Illinois miners that the militia has lo bo called nut and shoot a lot of them to stop their clamor for living Ah llio lao Hon John 0 Dense Tiagi s man used to say in 1H I Gentlemen I tell jo i it prolcs he p i man liko h HI - n of tho Muhlenberg Kchn lino TlioM the diMiioiiatic nominee for ihe leglslutuie is nlrendy in axing ihe canvass red hot for Mr Thomas is not only iM Lewis Jones nn nctivn puiliing brainy young gnntlemnu Ix nnothor column will bo found the re- but will make for we consider his election jponsn of Dr Pennington the democratic rcilaiu an induMrustiinus faithful nnd nominee lor rcpreiontalivo to the call for valuable repn jentntive mi expression of olnion from the several cand dales on the Liberty of Conscience Ii i mi Fiinx KHi ix thu republican iiiimi Dill Jt reached us Wednesday morning firn for governor in Ohi i His being Dun u ilny too Inti- for inseitlou in our last issue lnvv Is his chinf claim In distiuc dys hi in The rcHili r will obseivc that ho comes di Â¬ lion iiub sh Mil uici pt PnvntQ Hiilelln vvnslo of words Wluit rectly o Ihe point without oneliikive piinnln i lesiimony as i That is the dtylo of man ho is IIo is no is Foriker known IrrV asked n nevypnper vomiter of words and thrcidierof the nir Known foi was tho i l the Ilivnte He can not mount tho stump nnd talk glibly known for it eurf why Ii nnd ranlinglyi pinniiig out surplusage ns a the Ohio spider spins thrrnils nail us unsubstantial j LMlKKtlioKontucky democrats but what he has to sny lie says briefly ini publicans Imvc not taken flicker behind Ho Is n workor telligently nnd pointedly N YIIeruld previous party declaration- sTho Kentucky dpmotraU did nothing of and not n talker a man of brains instead Jhry rtiiiimtly reiillirnied the of tongue And that is the very kind of I lie kind of i lie nirlv and declared their men needed in the lojUluliirenien who unfaltering frith in lb correctness of and will work and not cnnsiimo thu time of thu full What more n ion moklng long winded speeches nllcglmiCB In that pnllv of sound and ury eigulOins nothing have them do1 Mould Â¬ I I Never sIhco the doleful day whi n the Siiracen lioMs fell upon good Kim Chnrln ninjjne and his peerles paladins in dread Jtoticesv iillcs pass bus there been it quarrel so diro as that between Kolard Swopo nnd Olircr Goodloc which Is now tearing the htnrl of Kentucky republicanism to pieces with npprehemionsof culainltnus srqucuce It is a fight in which the faithful fear that both these good knights will perish by each others hand nnd the stnny hearted democracy stands by like pogaii Mariil lius nnd mocks nt their threatened calamity and lotiuhs while fear comes upon thorn It appears that both these leaders were whcEtfthlr cor before the convention nnines wero presented for the gulertiMWj si ti niir ii i ininiiiienin inu ill nomination nomination itrelf is worse thnn vrorthless it has heretofore paid those excellently well who hare received it in tho matter of federal office overwhelming defent hitherto being n passport to a good fat position unPi cloud der republican administrations ed ly each champion was indifferent about the matter but deep down in their hearts they were dying for it Kach thought he was certain of it nnd laughed in his sleeve at the hopeless ambitian of the other When the tug of war came when Greek int Greek as it were while Holand was hewing at Oliver with his wonderful sword Durlindand find Oliver was prodding Holand with enchanted lance beholdl an obn knobtackey scure country gouger from the wild hills of Pulaski slipped in This latter and secured the coveted prize person the blucgruis milords knew only to despise for his obscurity and hate for his effrontery in daring to antagonize them in Hut Allah il Allnh the convention What was to be was nnd whnt was could llishmillah what were not bo helped Clearly they dared not they now to do war with the fortunate rustic while to sit down nnd tamely bear the slight thus put upon their dignity wns something not to be thought of When Swope reached his offico and soothed his unquiet ncires with copious draughts of Illue Lick water ho naturally began to figure up the cause of his defeat Firt and foremost among his enemies stood Caih Goodloe who had dared to dispute with him the nomination and bejond Cush Goodloe stood Mr W J Wilmcr Swopes own deputy collector and behind Wilmer were storekeepers nnd gaugers Podenbaugh of Waitcs of Woodford Jessamine Anderson also of Jessamine and others whose names and residences have not yet transpired All these were nppoinlees of Swope and every last one supported Goodloe against him Revenge is sweet to every man nndjust then it was doubly sweet to Swope who incontinently discharged tho whole caboodle of them This act of the angry Swope in slaughtering the Goodloo innocents caused tho dan der to show in the hair of Cassius like From snow flakes among dumnchberrics Hint instant he swore war to tho knife nnd Walter from point to hilt against Swope Kvnns had just been created Swopes official superior and to Walter Kvans tho irate Cnssius nppealcd for summary justice against the ollicial murderer of his friends And for fear Walter might not pay the attention he desires to his charges against the ncrvic Swope Goodloe rushed dow to Louisville and laid his grievance before tho executive committee of bis parly While it is not known positively- - what conclusions wero arrived nt by that exalted body yet enough information has leaked out io justify us in tho assertion that Goodloe and friends petition to Kvans to remove Swope was supplemented nnd sup ported by a resolution of tho committee demanding the removal of that revengeful and obnoxious individual It nil now hangs on tho will of Walter Kvans Jhe only vital principle of the republican parly of Kentucky is to hold the positions of storekeepers nnd gaugers To obtain these offices they associate with ne groes and array themselves against tho best interests of tboir neighbors and in many instances relatives To obluin thete offices tlicy incito negro attempts thiough federal courts to foreu equality upon our public schools well knowing that tho mo mont such a decrco is rendered that our public school sstctn will be iiisinully abandoned and knowing further that they themselves would sco tho negro rammed jammed nnd stuffed into tho hottest corner of a world whoso climate iu midwinter is hotter than n furnace seven times healed beforo they would allow their children to aMociate in the schools with pickaninnies If it transpires that Kvans prefersto retain Swope who is conceded tq bo one of the most efficient oflieeis in tho revenue service nnd thereby commit tho administration to the doctrine that Kentucky repub lican gaugcrs nnd storekeepers can bo re moved from office by n power lcfs potent than lightning stroko or visitation of Providence then indeed will tho tunc have ar rived for the parly so far as Kentucky is If on the other concerned lo dit band hand Kvans ns asserted by Mr Wilmcr to n hireling of Ihe Louisville Commercial will do whatever lie thinks is In tho best inteiesls of the republican party of is remove Swope then the parly can tako heart of grnce hopn for re tention in office and continue its sham contests with the democracy certain of tho towards that hang like loafers nnd drunk nrds nbout he slillJiouses Tiik Covington Commonwealth nsssrts in positive tcrinn that Col Jones will nnl candidate for the senate If ho were we aro afrnlij thnt bis recent nnd gnified nnd querulous ulternnccs would mnko his elec The mnn for tho position tion Impossible Mr Knott is Col W C P Ilrccklnridgo is not nor will he be a candidate and Mr Cnrlislo will best subserve the Interests of tho parly nnd country In the spenkcrs chair of the nntionnl house of representatives Therefore Kentucky could do nobotlcr thnn to send tho brainy nnd brilliant Drcckln ridge to the sennto bn 500 Rolls CarDetinff JUST RECEIVED AT 500 S J BACON SONS ii -- -- TnItT A noon many republicans in this county dcclaro their Intention to ro ntg when it comes to voting for register of the land of Why what is your objection to Hro floe wo nsked ono of tho growlers Asbury Hes nd d nlggcrl was tho curt nnd al Dut isnt he also n most profane reply Dont wo persisted good republlcnn I wont vote for n care ho responded And we meandered no longer nigger marveling that Amos Dean the colored ro publican candidnte for jailer only received three votes iu the county at the August election Â¬ Among these will be found some of the richest nnd choicest patterns of tho loom in qimlity color nnd design in Imndriomc Moqitette with elegant border to match Uody and Tapestry Brussels Carpets Impe Â¬ rial J tly and Extra Super 2 ply Carpets All wool Ingrain Single and Double chain Carpjts Oil Cloths in all widths from 20 cents tin One ear load of Canton Straw Matting just received in wlute red and fancy chcclc 1500 Hugs nnd Mats just opened to which we call special attention as among them will be found some very hnudsomo fringed Smyrna Tiger and Bearskin Rugs An elegant line of Lace Curtains from 1 to 12 n pair 300 pes Cretonnes in new and beautiful designs fringes to match Wc do not pretend to tay thnt our offerings of this week will surpass those of last week in attractiveness Wo do not aim nt impossibilities but wc do say that they are just as good and every lady who contemplates buying n carpet for the parlor library dining room or hall will consult her interest by examining our immense line before making her purchases Â¬ Tub imaginative newspapers have got it nil wrong James Buchanans first nnd only love was the present dovo likc Jruc G When she threw him over for Swisshelm the unfortttnntcSaissy Jnmes wns convinced that lifo was a lean nnd hollow mockery but when he saw the stylo of comb with which she th ridded her poor husbands locks he thanked his stars that she was fickle nnd he was free nnd ever nfter walked on the other side of hc street from all womankind And this is nil there wns in tho romnnce of an ox president ns wc can prove by Eli Perkins FniiiAvs Courier Journal on its first page represented Mr Knott as being a guest nt n New York banquet the preccdingevening while on the fourth it declared that he was improving at Lebanon and hoped to take thestump at nn early day Even Col Jones must ndmit thnt a gentleman who can be sick nbed in his old Kentucky homo nnd a guest at u dinner n thousand miles distant on the selfsame evening is a personage re maikable enough to beat any body in neon volition Tllk several candidates for the legslaluro mrct at Xobe Pates barbecue in Su gar Trco Grove nbout five miles south of this city net Saturday and will open tho enmpaign Vicistimus Duttcrlly will make tho American eagle droop his tail fcalhers with a sky scraping stnr pnngcd bnnner flight of oratory Uncle Jonas will speak liko n JefTersoninn oracle while Dice Pel ningtnn will talk with tho brevity crispuess and directness of a Lncon will Â¬ Â¬ To morrow wc will inaugurate the largest sale of Dry Goods over undertaken in this city the same to be continued until n thorough clearance is cllectcd The gootls to be offered represent the combined surplus stock of several of the largest and best known manufacturers jobbers and importers who recognizing us as the great connecting link between themselves and consumers have placed the same in our hands for dis- Â¬ tribution nt lower prices thnn have ever before been known in the history of the Dry goods tntde TDttir GOODS WHIT EG N LAGES Im Bj003ST Sz SOItTS portexs ToToToexs 2Setsuilers J- 426 427 AND 429 MARKET ABOVE PRESTON ST Â¬ Â¬ and Samples and prices sent by mail of nil kinds of merchandise with tho exception of carpets free of charge We have n reg ular department under tho supervision of ono of tho firm fortius branch of our business nnd nill insuro those entrusting their or ders lo us that they may depend upon having thoin filled with the same promptness care nnd at the same prices ns if undrr their Every siecial caio given toevery mail order Enclose stamp in sending for samples In sending for samples own supervision J DACON A SONS Louisville Ky state in what paper you saw our udvertlscment 3JLITi ORDER TJErDBLTnBiTa THIS SPACE BELONGS TO T J L MILLER Â¬ The Vanceburg Courier which was a 7ealoussupportcrof Col Jones thusalludes 1 the Crybaby of tho Licking in its issue of tho Cth instant Â¬ FOR ONE YEAK As political friend Tub funeral oration of Mine Antony Jones aVToare surprised toand supporter of Col witness nis silly whinDiehard A Jones over the dead body of ing over a defeat obtained solely through Iho boorish hiiggisliiioisnf his hciiehnicn In the conJulius Cicsar Thomas L Jones Davis Dlttoc Lilian lend ine your onri I coma to Lury Ca sar not to praise him Tim evil thnt inon do lives after them The goad U oft interred with their bones So let it In with Cusar Tho nohlo prcs I I nth tuld you that CiiMar una ambitious j If It wero so It wns a grioruus fault And grievously has Cnsnr nnswercd it Here under leave of Caldwell an J Wnttcrson For Caldwell is an honorable man fco nrc thoy all honorable men j Couie I to ipenk In Cirsnrs funernl He was my friend ii friends might have better Stocd lo me but well let that psss Dut the press says he was ambitious And the press is nn honornblo institution lie tin t It tried many times to reach the chair At whose feet he fell nnd with his campaigning Drought many dolhus delegates rnffirs to till UliI this in Ciesnr seem nialiltious Was it not rather sweet and falrmWro 9110 When that the poor delegate liutli cried For more snap Ciesnr hath wont And handed limit Arnold the vvheronithnl delegates palm To easo the Ambition should be made of more miserly stuff Yet the press says he wns nmbltlous And sure It is an honorable institution You nit did sio that In tho convention Oncn county six times did give III 111 votes belonging to Knott and he did Itecclro them without protest or demur Wns this ambition Yit the press says and sure it Is IIo was ambitious An honornhlu Institution 1 speak not to disprovo what Caldwell spoke Hut here I am to speak what I do know You all did Ioyh hlui once Perhaps his per- Tinaclous hunt fur office caused Your judgment to floe to brutish beasts But yesterday the word of Cii snr might Have stood agaiuit Tom Pcttits nnd the rest i Now lies ho there aud nono so poor to do him Hovcroniv 0 masters I if I were disposed To stir your hearts nnd minds to mutiny And rage I should do Caldwell wrong And Knott wrong who you all know I will not do them Arc honorable men Wrong I rather choose to wrong tho dead To wrong myrcK and you than I villi wrong Such lii nornblo men rtut heres a parchment with IliescalofCn sar I found It In his pocket lis the seventh ballot Let but thu people hear this ballot Which pardon rae I do not mean lo rend And they would go and kiss dead Casnrs Wounds and dip their napkins In his sacred Illood yen beg a kalr ol him for memory And dying mention It within their wills Ilenueathiiig It ut n rich legacy Unto their issue while Knott remorseful And hiillow eycd would fling the tiling He vhiii by Cn sars death Into the ditch And lleo Iho wrath lo come TliK Covington Â¬ Â¬ iiy tho vote of Owen Col Jones had vention but his support Â¬ a majority in the convention ers well knowing that he was not entitled to that vote and that its acceptance was but a species of stealing thought tlicy must hnvo tho vote of lllo this was Klliott to make sure of tho rosult going on the conscience of the Owen delegates wero smitten by their acts nnd they gnvo their votes to Knott where tlicy properly belonged Col Jones will make no friends hy traveling It over tho state bellowing like a hungry calf Is humiliating lo his friends to sos noting in this manner able to show the In which he proposes VERY LATEST FASHIONABLE STYLES Old Ladies to tell our readers all My stock of Hats and Bonnets for Misses and Middleaged Ladies Young Ladies of Children is attractive from its Immense Varieabout his big stock ty and desirable because it is STOVES Â¬ until you have examined my Summer stock Having just returned from the city I am now U ADIES DONT BUY YOUR MILLINERY Â¬ HUES RUN A WELL KNOWN FACT TINWAKE HARDWARE that I always give the best value for the money that is procurable anywhere The best line of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Commonwealth orrs in Â¬ its statement hat the fiaudulcnt chungo of tho five Jones votes of Owen county to Knott gave Ihelatter the nomination Altor the trnm fer Jones still led the latter four votes and a fraction which the votes of Klliott county increased three So the diversion of the Owen votes did not materialWhat bout Joiich wn ly direct iho result the changing of tho vnles of Fay otto Jes Â¬ samine mid other counties at such n ralo thnt Jones friends to snvo him from over Â¬ Â¬ Every tiling dull nrouud here but June Hugs knife and its a wonder he ever sharpened it Sunday School met hero last Sunday There was a fair school iu attendance Thero is only nbout one around here that does not at end to her owu business You all enn guess her Can you guess why the voters last SaturThey put a day resembled Inck iniikers head on the lux only two voting for it W W Smart was elected chairinnn of We could tho board of school trustees not hnve chosen one that will fulfill the duties of ihe ollice better One Sunday lately n young man mndo When a sau u niark which we quote told thnt Sundny School was going mi nt Well oilers tliars Miles Hun ho said gnin lobe Sunday every whar to day I liars goin to be Sundny School nt Tuck ets scboolhouse and over the river1 Ho then vanished and all thnt could bo heard till he was n mile away was I bo crenking ol his gigantic brain working It is the ii st liino he ever got off n bright thing save once mid Ihut wus u bout pin ho sut on Some farmers are done setting nut to lacco It looks very well all that bus been set out Corn looks tomo better thnn it did a few weeks ago nnd most of it is ploughed over Hnscoo says there is nothing impossible with God but to make two hills without n Dut Lucius thinks differvalley between Ask him und he will tall you whu it ent is Wo agree wills him We regretto know that Mrs Tnte intends leaving this neighborhood soon Somo ono thinks that tho youngsters of this neighborhood am not sweot enough and is making up n candy parly at Krn Chopins for Wednesday night All ihut are sour are expected to uttoud Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TIN ROOFING AND Ribbons Satins Faucy Plumes Linen Collars and Handkerchiefs Ladies and Misses Hosiery ever shown in this market and sold at the low- Â¬ MRS H V DUJNCAN Agt est prices Cloverport Ky AN OLASHIONED 1 Watch out for what he will have to say and then go and compare his stock and his prices with any other Â¬ ree Daroecue FREE DINNER Public Speaking iusicc AT HOCK LICK NEAR GOSHEN Saturday June 30 1383 Refreshments of all kinds cordial v invited mans Every body men womcntnul ehililrcn 1 T JONES Manager Hardinsburg Academy onsrx-i-s-r 201 HARDINSBURG THIRD YEAR I ICY NEW BUILDING COURSE PRACTICAL AND THOROUGH Expenses DeeasoriasfoleI When you want to mnrry come to J lie has turned reverend He is tho tamo bug yet Some furmers think thnt there will ho Thero is somo on it rust on tho wheat now but not enough to do any damage Hug Mrs Edward Pato hns lately returned from Vine Grove where sha has been visiting friends and relntives the Good luck to Roscoos composition Nuvvtt and its editor is tho with ol tho Hk June Din Hy asking loo much wo mny lose Iho Kidney Worl lilllo thnt wo had boforo asks nothing but a fair trial This given A it fears no loss ol faith in its virtues For thirty lady wtlles from Orecoii ycuis I hnvo been afflicted with kidney t to in plain 8 Twopackacesof have dono me moro good than all the medI icine and doctors I have bad before believe It is a sure cure Kidni-y-Wor- The school under Its prcsont management will enter upon Its third yer September 17 188S The purpose of this school is to do thorough practical coimuii itH4c work with tin least expenQand no display but with the most satisfactory results Special attentlou It glren to Bookn xue luree aeparunenis aro lupimcu kceiilne Bumylng and composition Fur fuller liifruullou address imi HILLS MANUAL A Compendium Or llutlncis and Social Forms of Useful and VnictlcMl Instruction In lenmnn ship Spelling Irammar Composition lunctii atlon Wrltlug for tho lress Correspondence of all kinds Commerolal Forms Legal Ilnslnese Forms Family Hccfcrds Dictionary ol Syno Â¬ nyms Short hand Writing Dnlloi of Eectolar ies larllamontary Hnlei Laws of Kllquotto Hook keeping Valuable Tables of Reference and hundreds of other things of emy day ne cesslly Seld only by subscription lluvlng Ukon the iigenoy fur llrcokenrldgn the neoplo and give oounly X propose lo them an opportunity of examining this Inoom parablo work for thcinsulvoi and will be thnuk lul to receive their subscriptions OjlAS UI0KKTT3 whelming defeat withdrew his name nnd moved Knotts nomination by ncuhimatlon Jones was beaten fairly nnd squarely and ho knows it If ho was n true democrat ho would submit to Ills defent like 11 man Wo ara sorry to say thut ho is v ery far from do ing that Wi condolo with our fiirmi of tha South Kc nlncklnii on the loss of his brother Death Is tha common lot of all but it docs Indeed lose its sling nnd the gruve is robbed of its victory when Ihovic tint like yauug Robert T Meorham meets them uncomplainingly with steady nervo and calm unflinching eye his lint words It is nil right full of trust in the goodness of God and laith in the wisdom ol the de cree that calls him from earth Surely his Il is all right toinpeicd Iho grief of the living even us thu scent of rotes crushed by the wind sweetens tho ruin wrought by the We take this method of Informing all buyers of coal thut we havo taken vhargo of Ihe cJoaET it a Fair Trial SJOAN A A Monical Mines Cloverport and are prepared to furnish tha very lest coal that comes to the 5 miles from X PHILADELPHIA SINGER MACHINE Equal to any Singer In the Market Tilt above cut roproscnts tho intit popular stylo fur tho ptoplo wliloh we oflor you fur tlm lary low price nf 20 ltsiaeinbtr wo do not uik you to pay until you Imvossouttie machine Aflar Laving ozamlnsd II if It Is not all w rcproicnt return It lo u at our expenio Con suit your interests and order nt onoo or nnd Address fur clrculsrs and testimonials OIIAKMJ3 A WOOD t CO 17 N Touthtiit riilMolphla 1a Nn The Cincinnati and Evansvllla Paoket Line market at the Lowest Market Price Tho ooal that comes from these mines Is glren up to be tha best that oomes to Cloverport and Is equal in many respects lo llttsburi All we want Is for you lo Â¬ illt Â¬ Give In Cloverport SWEET POTATO PLANTS I will hare ready for delivery May I all tho stvndard varieties of Hwcet Potato Hunts nt Deductions to thoso desiring 24 cents per 100 All orders Ivft with A It Urge quantities Fisher Glovrrport will receive prompt atten- Â¬ tion or address mo ut Tobinsnort Ind WAM0 SIMONS 1000 can bo mad In six months filling CHARTS 2 x mfm For further Information we refer you In Dr II I Neiriom and Vest t Bmurt our agents DONTIUT 4 I TUNISONS MAPS Steamer FARM FOR SALE One Vor 86 page catalogue fre ddreas M C TUNUeN Cluclnnall O N Y City JskokMSTUU I1L Omb Heb sou Cnlet I will pass Clorerport going Jown ovtry Sunday 12 pm and going up cvsry Wednesday at O W McCOY Msstir 8 om KA DomLT Clerk at BOOKS nf every description at Dab bagts Heboid Honks and supplu h specialty bottom land In Mendo County Ky woll Improved well watered and be sold at a bargain as I dslie lo clung will my business Call on or address It C Cito ruL opposite Luvemwtu Indiana 170 ncrri of rlrer nnwnr HUmiHMMUl zanrnqrinnMii IreckenridgeNews wKOhBSDAYl I7 AT 1 A name untin peddler from Louisrillo known ocr on Deer Crrck In Perry coun- Â¬ ty Indiana by two young men named Tritvclliisr Acrula third person who had aube lltwlfytlllt 0 our larger and a to Mr the capture rfiulnrlij authurited Trarelhti Acnt and quently gone Innnaud of a uiisditeal- of the two former by means of Currttpondtnt But our render will roinnmbcr - J e J letter nil the particulars without our going to the FOR THE LEGISLATURE trouble of recalling them W arc sullinrlml to snnonnrs Mr J I linagino our astonishment when Ihe WILSON in mi ln1cmlent cnnJIJut to rep Can ne linn llepoitcr of Saturday reached resent HrecksntMg eminijr In tlie popular not a that Iriticli of the Rentrnl asiombljr at the riming tin and wo discovered story there was tin or word of truth in the that no Angust election nny oilier peddler had been murdered on Deer Creek or mr whero else in Petty PlfillWONAIj county nnd that tho Bargerboys hae been Judge J S Wllkornon li t liome ttili nenk living In Missouri for a venr pnst are Our authority for the monstrous lie is a Mr John Mllnril and nlfe f Louisville young man of Terry county named Lol at lium on a iliort villi Leaf a son of Mr Andrew Lenf lie told Mr 11 H Moremen nnd wife of Ilrnmlen if all over Clomport and everybody who Liirs were lure Monday heard him belieed like us that it wns Mr Jus 0 llnswell wife and ion of liar true fur nobody had any reason or light to dlnsburg nro In town Friday imagine hat any ptraon would or emild nre ex Â¬ lull a falsehood of such character nnd in Mm David H Murray and children In a fow dayi cold blood when the telling of it could not pected homo from Colorado We hnvp possibly profit him any thing Mr M Muse ley of Vellrtllo nnJ Mr N C known men before now to lie for self Inter- Â¬ Calhoun were In town Monday Moseley of est we hnvn known others ngniti who would Mri Kd llambteton and daughters wont lo lie to injure an encun nnd we have known Webster lait Thursihy to villi hor aunt Mr others jet who would tell a harmless lie John Usher but young just for the fun of the thing Mr Levi Leaf is the first man we ever Mr Willie Woodruff ntid lister Mill IMIth nro vieltlnc their heard of and we hope ho will be the last lllanche of Vevay Ind uncle Mr Iuae Slrionton one who would concoct and tell n delib otinrohrlum ution inno Mean Tho end Michael Egan John erate lie to brlnirpersons for pnro love of Price nnd the Misses Burnett nf Honest ills cent and absent exercising a talent lor Ijinjj Ul courao were at the Clovcrport Hotel Sunday wo regret that we wore made the unsusDr 0 P Uanliam mayor of Hnneivllle pecting medium of spreading his atrocious with hie wife and children passed through lalsehoud We would not havo done it town Monday en routo for Stophensport for tho world hnd we Imagined that his came down M Taylor of lloiotta Mrs J We can not for nn in story wns untrue lint Saturday and spe nt several dayi with her slant imagine whnt indnced the young fathor and mother Mr and Mn J C Bab We only man to concoct the falsehood bage know tlat we were his victim and ttmt it Mr Then C Touiey late with Frnlie k is n duty wn owe mirself nnd thu truth lo Miller hai accepted potltlon with J M Hob expose and denounce him Iniun k Co wholeiale dry goods merchant of Jrulouiav Loulsrlllc at triucllUg laleiman Snme poet has said that All torments of LOCAL IIHBVITIES we luiu in only thee Uli Jealthe uainncu This is ousy thou tj rant of the mind We lmrc been cellini a little too much grandly sweeping and ntngnificcnlly inacLard ruin Any sufferer from indigestion curate The Paris C Brown hai procured a wild- knows to the contrary Indigestion the villniu of the tragedy played among the cat whistle gastric juices of the stomach can nnd docs Irish potatoes can not bo had in this double discount the horrors of jealousy market at any price Jealousy often nn altendnnt upon the hitter and when indigestion is rcmocd this FOU SALE C octave pinno chenp Enquire of E A lUiuwiKCloverport Ho- jaundiced companion of a deranged liver IVics Taiuxist is the best known remedy tel xtnnt for impaired digestion deranged liv The wheat crop lools well in Holt BotI anu umrnsea me Iuuwvia anu 111 mi tom There wns not the usual amount of iVr For snlo bv A ui Fisher ClorernorliiejBK and tobneco set out this season Brashear k lUgsdale Slephensport If you want a sawing machine that will The Old IIoiinc and f ho Nciv Singer from novpr wear out buy a Genuine In the year 1820 the trustees vf the Har J li Uuzby Hardinsburu dinsburg school met and drew up a dingrnm BfcyFast brilliant nnd fashionable nre for a new house In 1823 tho house package finished The builder was n Mr Dividsonni Ono tho Diamond Dye colors for nny son in law of William Hardin The first 10 cents colors 1 to 41bs of goods colors teacher uas John Brown who taught the Dont buy Wall Taper and Window school three months for one hundred and The house built by our fore filty dollars Shades until you have examined J D A great liabbaces stock the best in the city to se lathers stood fur many ear number of men nod women were cducutcd lect from within its walls People in diiferent states One Dit That Miss Lee Bennelt the of the union fought lifes battlo more is ly lived charming Young belle of Stephenopoit more truly for having received into be married next Monduy to Mr Cliff struction in tho old brick seminary Brain Isaacs of Kvausville Jnd men true women hud taught the young Bretkenridgo county leaf and lugs people of Hnidinsburg in the old rooms The old house spent sixty years of useful brought the following figures on the Louis- Â¬ ville breaks Thursday fi hlids at 15 25 service nod now it had becomo old and dingy Tho rooms were too few nnd too 15 75 9 80 G 30 and 4 253hhds nt 17 smnll to hold the number of eager restless 7 00 and I 70 3 hhds at 10 50 9 nnd 5 pupils that met in them duily So in 1882 Work Given Out On receipt of your the people of Hardinsburg voted that they iiildrrss we will make nn offer by which would have a new building not only one lo 7 evenings at your which would hold tho pupils of Hnidins Tou can earn home Men Women - Bovs or Girls can do hurg but one which would throw open it II C Wilkinson- k Co 195 and 197 d tors nnd gladly welcome any one else who it Fulton Stieet Now York wished to enter Bieukenridge county has many sons nnd The Indinna Tucket is the name of a daughters who are strugrling to attain a new paper published at Uockport Ind by higher education longing for that knowl our handsome and talented young friend edge which live James T B ye r The Tucket is a bright and many will leach them how to as if times it seems to them newsy sheet and justly deserves tho liberal there whs no one to lend n helping hand To patronage it is now rcceiting Success such people ihe Hardinsburg tchool tnjs Jim Colleges are fnr Come we welcome you Hardinsburg Fair will be hpld this off and expensive but here you may re TJio old grounds neur Ilurdinaburg ceive many of their benefits We odor you yrnr at the commencing Tuesday September 25 and a helping hand Here you will receive all continuing four days Thcro will bo a lib- tho aid earnest work can give you in a premium list and tho managers prom eral preparation for usefulness ihe But thut there could be a new building ise to inuko it tho best fair of all will be issued from this office the old trust be torn away with alliis premium lists memories nnd associations it must perish in a fow weeks Miss Vina a sixlccn year old daughter Last Monday the poople of thn town were of the achoolhouse of Mr Jeff Hawkins liwng in Tobins Bot startled at the ringingenergetic ring which bell Not the quick tom acrois thu river died suddenly in her hnd called them together for tunny chair Tuesday morning of Inst week She prnyer nnd for workofbut tho solemn lolling nto a hearty breakfast helped clear away which was sounding its own funeral knell the dishes seemed to be in as god henltli Even then workmen were busy removing ns usual nnd snt dunn to churn She wns the furniture taken ill and expired in about hnlf an hour ingfor thetearing away tho old and prepnrÂ¬ building of new not semiTho physician pronounced the causo of nary but ncademy A silence falls ever death brain fever those who are looking on for their vpiriU The Ariadne on her up trip caught fire nro haunted by the phantom of tho past Meade At such times silence is more vocal than in her hold opposite Concordia county about li oclock Thursday moriMiig many voices if we listen well Hallowed and immediately headed for the Indiana memories hold the old walls together and the bank een the bricks seem lo make n struggle shore bumping against a rock on vtith forco sufficient lo knock a small hole against destruction But why linger over in her bow through which the water flowed the regrets nnd recollections ot things and extinguished tho lire She was heavily past the hints and prophecies of things to Showas raised Friday be laden with corn ihe work of the old is finished it has the nolo stopped and proceeded on her way Three hundred dollars will corer all prepared a way for tho new The history of the one has been written It remnius the damage she sustained for the future to write the history of the What will cure ihe worst case of dyspop whether What will insure n hearty appetite other There is no one to tell us sin glad shall be of prophecy will ever What will euro the tho and increased digestion be contented has been in tho history goncrnl debility andgieanow lease of life Those who help to write our school What will dispel nervous depression and of history must work and wait What will reitore exhausted this low spirits 8 LC What mothers to full strength What Will A Perfect Itemed In 80 Diamine nnilian nnriAantlft ttllliplei AsiiKiEtn Mass enrich tlo blood What will enablo you to I am verging on eighty years and deem overcome weakness wakefulnees and lack What will prevent chills and fe It my duly lo suffering humanity to say o energy that my long life is due to Biuxuiiutiih ver and other elfects of nmlarinl poison Browns Iron Bitters It is well to know 1iilh which have been ray sole medicine for half a century I know the last fortythis three years of my life is owing solely lo Hough on Hula Your Pills saved me many their use Clears out ruts mice roaches flies nnts times after the best medical skill in several 15c states had given me up as hopeless I have hcd bugsskunks chipmunks gophers had many cnnverls to purgation with Uriigsists IlKANniiKTllH Piiis and have seen them The high water materially interferes with perforin almost miracles of cure For chilthe fishermen and dressed fish readily sells dren a few doses have cured measles scar at 8c lot fever and whoopini cough In all fe male troubles and weakness I have never Mother MwumH Worm known them to fall In adult males I have Infallible tnslelcss harmless cathartic known them to cure the worst cases of dys for fevcrlshiiess restlessness worms con pepsia rheumatism kidney diseases dys stipation 25c entry and diarrhaaj even dropsy paralysis delicious icecream at and apoplexy have yielded to a persistent You can find very S id if ds every Wednesday nnd Saturday course of Branihietiih Tuxs In fact I Try It bare found ihem the true Life Lllxlr J hey act ns continual preventives against the Uiiahupulueffects of time disease and labor Quick complete cure all annoying Kid Jouk U Mak f1 ney Bladder nnd Urinary Diseases Druggists Our friend Mr Freeman made us a present of the firot raspberries we have He also presented us with seen this year PLANTERSJHALL a head of French Cois lettuce that woighed J Lewis has hnd his house newly three pounds Lettuce ice any body beat Mr T painlol nnd Is now putting a new fence it around his yard Tim nioit rrllublf ritrvliillr pre Crops nre looking ery well In this part purcd nnd beet pHrtrullve of Ihe Matthews hII except lirreenl fo la of the county and he has just planted his corn They are compounded of Boots Herbs Llellie has been trying to plow that long wearjsome hill down level and Gums of the most healing and benefilonesome Clellie you had Just ai well give up for cial kind As a Family Medicinetberarennrivaled Lale has gotten ahead of you Constipation Llvtr Comwedding In this curing Headache Wo have not had a Dyapepsla clearing plaint Uheuinalliiu from all Ihe blood but neighborhood for a long li of all impurities acliig on the one 1 here Liver Kidneys and other important organs accounts we will have a lively i a roung nun in this part of the countrr removing the waste tissue and adding win is going to see a young ladr who is a yearsto the lives of all who use them he lively girl and when married she will For fiftr years they have been used by lively by name as well as bar uature He Ihe American public and their constantly on goes to see her twice a week nnd onco iucreatiug talei how bow tfcey are appreSunday for a ratify and bl name is Live Â¬ juNt 11 HH3 Last week wo published a circumstantial account of ihe murdor and rubbery ol a That Tin reddler Murdcri LETTEn FROM TEXAS IMltor Pteckmrtitxe Ilri Honda Iltc Â¬ Nomi JIauwiix TkkabJuho i As I am un der obligations to write to many friends 1 iW will nsk ihe Invor of you to and relittivcK grant me spice in your columns fur that Cloverport on the 7th of last March on the atenmnr Ariadne and at LnuNville punhnind a through ticket lo Clarkavlllo seven miles ensl of this place My health has never bi en belter The Crops nt pmlriu Is generally healthy present promise abundantly nil I hoy re- Â¬ quire being gtod cultivation The prairie soil is black waxy while in the limber It Is a sandy loam lower and Hatter nnd some what sickly as Bed River county has I suppose promising crops as there ire In northern Texas Com Is no- - up to n mans shoul der and cotton looks very well considering the vast qunutlty of rain nnd the late cool spring As for small grain there Is none of nny consequence In this county I saw In thu columns of the Nkwa Inst week the petition known ns No 20li lo which the names of a number of my friends were signed Iain no voter of your coun ty still I feet Interested in every thing tnnt transpires in my old home I am op posed to thn divine subject being practiced In the free school from the fact that there are so many denominations all represented in the same school The teacher nfcourse would have his or her way In tho mixed body of pupils and that would have n ten dency to prnJuce excitement And anoth er thing the patrons of tho school would get jealous of the teacher and that would cugender confusion for there is tucl diversity of opinion on tho divine subject that Pftfh of them would want a teacher of their own stripe 1 admit that this would be a good thing if nil were or would come I tell you to one opinion but gentlefolks it will strike a line in the freo school hjs leui if not it will bo nmoii the ncotilc just as slavery wns in the bygone dnjs The teacher will be put In by the voice of tho people the people ol our uovern merit uriswow toe much split Let us try to bring them together As to the diyino praycr meciings subject we can have every nigh or services onco or twice n 1 am in week ns suits the community favor of divine service at Sunday School My kind friends take these few only So 1 feeblo remarks into consideration leave the subject with yon Respectfully Â¬ Â¬ purpnSQ I lell i Â¬ Our readers will notice in our iidrerlls Ing columns the extensive ndvcrnxeuieut Sons Louisville Ky and ol J Bacon as many of uur ladies say the bet and fur inoft reliable house Iu Louisville promptness In attending to orders for mer and through their of all kind chant vast mall order department our Iniiiilies are enabled lo secure ihe very nrwurt und latcvt stylis logetln r with the largests sorlnietit lo select liom this side of New York Is certainly one of tho greatest ad vantages of tho age To llio e of you who have not yet sent to llncoiis wh would say send them a trial order nt onco and jou will bo convinced thnt which wu lell jou Is New Advertisements AN ELEGANT LINE OF CENTS t BROWNS IRON BITTERS THE UEST TONIC Cure Completely nyprplr lnllartlnn Mnlnrln Ilvpraml Drng irUl KIiIiifv Complaint nnd lujralrlnn enitoroo Vtt only Prowns Iron Pillcrt md hy Croued lltown Chemical Co nhlmore red line and trade mark on wrapper II Furnishing fob sisinro-- Goods CA - wE3-Ee Â¬ JUST RECEIVED AT Â¬ of their great summer sale of dress fabrics of nil deA spec scriptions qualities and shades ial snlo of black colored and summer silks wns inaugurated Inst week which as we arc informed by competent lady judges ure offered at thu moat astonishing bar gains ever heard of Their while goods department Is complete embracing every grade of white goods known lo the tinde lor ladies misses und childrens fine white dresses and underwear India nnd Princess Linen Yiitoiia and Bishop Lnwni Persian Pnm nnd French Mull Lace Stripe Pique lhey Check Stripe and Plaid Nainsook are also agents for Mine Demorests most reliable and very stylish patterns each pattern containing full directions for cut ting and making nnd union lit of material Every lady required fnr each gnriuent cnu be her own dress maker Send for samples of the goods jou desire and acata logue of patterns make your owu dress You will please mention and be happy tbis paper in writing for samples They nro now In the midst Â¬ Â¬ tine J D BABBAGES i Tlit stock omlintcis the very luteal Novelties in Kowu Tiw Scurfe havo some White and Colored Shirt lTnderwcirnnd Hnlf llW thing nobby for young gentlemen null invito their inspection - STRAYED OR STOLEN Zm Â¬ From tny pasture Ave mll southeast if Uliivernort nn the Knck Ilck rvadon tho night or tho 17th of May 1883 A IIMK UOAN MAItn COIT Inn ye in old this spring Its head and part of ntck ninno tail and legi are black and the body n hlulih roni Nu other inarki Any one Informing me of hi whcreabouti will he 1 liberally rewarded T lATH WIT3HC A R N EWELL JOTJISVILLli ICY CO Â¬ T HE GREAT CURE J OB druggist nt Milton Ky sajs Browns Iron BillcM give uni versal satisfaction to all who use thuin A J Ndtherland Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE Roll on gonlle river of Time Bewley ville Is wrapped in profound si lence and nothing is hoard ravu thu sad echoes of some distant bell as the lowing When we heard wind slowly oer tho lea approach it we nlinost fancy wo behold the black mantle of mourning drooping fom When we are permitted its dreary vvnlls to trend its sacred walks nnd gnc upon its solemnity with n throbbing brow we turn away with a heaving sigh nnd ask ourselves Why Is it that Bewleyville is doomed to near the faded garland We hope at some future period it will spring up dispel the cloud and shine in golJcn light through the mist that now envelopes it Corn is looking bndly Â¬ dliauoa or the KIDNEY3 LIVER AND BOWELS It cloamca tha antem ot the acrid noltan that oauaea tho dreadful Btiffrrtafr which omr ua victims or IlhcumaUi n ran nallM THOUSANDS OF CASE or tha wont fores of tha Urrlbls 3 diKUi have been quickly raUored and la sUcrt time PERFECTLY CURED rairr si jjijtiooii out sold nr diuccutk II- lrr can t font hrriAll WELMIUCirjUlDOOffaCo llurlliurtonYt Aa It ia for all Uio painful RHEUMATISM BULL OF Manufacturers of tho following Favorite Brands of Cigars DAVY CROCK- Â¬ OLD HONESTY WHITE CRANE THE WOODS HALF SPANISH ETT Etc - --r1 WM COOPERS MANUFACTURING Â¬ ESTABLISHMENT CLOVERPORT KY BUGGIES PLOWS of all kinds of farming implements Also Â¬ Keeps eonstsintly on hand a full supply of all the standard makes of Â¬ Â¬ VlUTOtl M VTTIIEWa Co druirgists at May It If Creason field Ky say Browns Iron Bitters in many cases produce most wonderful re SAMARITAb kCVERFAlTsl Yon claim WAGONS mid a gencneral assortment ngent for the old reliable Â¬ McCormick Harvesting Machine the first practical reaper invented in the world and till far ahead of all A No agent for Htisull it Merrifiehls Engines Threihers competitor mncli for Samai i 1 cell at the lowest price Saw Mills c and guarantee cverythinlg tak XnnviKC sell JMackhinithing and repairing done on fhort notice ayaekctlclIor toe Â¬ 1 lt 1 suits Wo are indebted to Judge- J C Babbnge for tho finest head of lettuco we ever saw It wns as large around as a peck measure crisp tender and juicy and grown in his garden in this city - Â¬ Or Pennington on I lie Coimclcncu Â¬ biie Â¬ KJitor DreckenrldgtHcws Bewieyvimk Kv June I In response lo the iuquiiy ol Messrs Felix Lewis J J Rhodes nnd other gentlemen who request of tho candidates fur the legislature nn expression concerning the Liberty of ConI state that until ils publica science Hill of the tion in Tin DiiKCKKXiuimt 30th of May I had never seen it and did not know whnt Its provisions wero After reading it I confess lo soieo surprise that any one finds reason to object to it I corlainly discover none nnd can have nn hesitation whatever in supporting it H R Penmnotox With great respect Iolnt lllll Liberty of Nliort and to lliu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nii It seems the gardens have stumbled and fallen bucknard Some of thu seeds enme blindly staggering up but most of them struggled to cscupe and drifted nvvuy like retiring shadoHs IIopo Sol will lend his presence awhile scalier the darkness and spread bright mys of light on this fair spot ot our earth and very soon mnku it yield a plentiful harvest so we enn onco more gratify our discriminating patent ami be contented and thankful Miss Fannie Cain left us lasf week fur n delightful viit to her sister Mrs Moore Our best vvisbesgo with hor for in Teas a safe trip and pleasuut visit Mrs Lucy Slit Is is visitiiu relatives in this community and Uncle Mnta noiseless steps nre as silt ns the footfall of n fuiry nod Hopes bright dreams have returned across lifes marshy lea like strains of thrilling music Mr Jack Hnrdnwny waved a fond ndicu to Kentuckys rocky soil lat week und sailed for ihe fertile land of Missouri Lilllc Phelps Wnlkrr who has been ill for the past few day is now convalescing Miss Lucy Frank spent a few days in Louisville lust week Rev J I Burnett prenched Mrs Louise Chicks funeral last Sunday to n largo concourse of friends and relatives of the deceased Ifyou wish lo purchase a new hat call on oiir milliner Miss Ada Drury She is a new beginner but puts tho plumes and nt tifluials un to peifectiun Mr Cmter the piano ngcnl was in town last wtek Hu likes the country at least ho Is particularly fond of the Mcndor A very considerable number of farmers in this section hnvc lost nearly all their Wo saw in the last hogs with cholera number of Home nnd Farm a very sim Â¬ ple remedy fnr thin destructive disease Ihe far said lo be a certain preventive mers should try it for we nre nfrnid Sambo will uot be able to grease his mouth next Â¬ Â¬ lcpny Djsprpsln A I o o li n 1 h m flnlmil Intlnir IllKMimntUIII rDcmiiitor- rliir or rlcmlnal Weakness uud nftv other Wo claim it u tptcytc urn rotnplnlntsr tily becauee tho virus of all diseases arisen from ItaNcrvlncltciolvcntAltcrallvcnnd tboblnod I axatlvc propcrtlcsmcctallthccondltkma herein rvcrrcuio Its known u priuiriuoa 1 can ono medicine ho a specific for lpl Â¬ CHlElBvEXeoWiUiElSlolR ami comjlwce tlio patient not by tlio Introduction of opiatcaand drastic catliartlca but by tho restoration of activity to tho stomach ami nervous aylcm whereby tho brain M relieved of morbid fancies which arc created by tho cauM above referred to To Clcrgvmcn lawyers Mtcrary men Jlcr chanN llankcr- - Ladles and all tlioso whoso acil cntary employment cauca nervous prostration IrrrguUritlca of tho blood stomach bowels or Mduc j or w ho rcnnlro a nerve tonic nprn tlicr cr stimulant SamahitaV Nkiivinb la Invaluable Thousands proclaim it tho moft wonderful InvlR nrant that over enslalned tho fcluUng JlW Bold by nil IruRlMn send stamp II For ttlmonlil and clrrulara TSHSS THE IS S A EICEUOND VIED CO BT JOSEPH MO It quids 0S ARE BEING lias a Weekly Circulation of 1100 Copies is the Only Paper in tha County is an Excellent Advertising Medium Terms Reasonable THE NEWS WeKeep in Stock FXJXjL LI3STE OLD HICKORY WAGONS A OF A 1 Â¬ Never before was there such a rush made for the drug stores as is now for a Trinl Bottlo of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs nnd Colds All per sons nlTecled with Astlinm Bronchitis Hoarseness Severe Coughs or nny nllection of tho throut unci lungs can get a Trial Dottle of this gient remedy free by calling nt nny reliable Drug Stoic Â¬ Grnerul Kmiiipcdc stun Church Iiudlcutlon The dedicatory oxercisesof Ml Pleasant Baptist church nt Fordsrille Ohio county 1883 ntll will bo held Sunday July oclock a m Thn sermon of the occasion will be delivered by liar J S Coleman 1 THE BEST CHILLED PLOWS STEEL PLOWS DBL SHOVELS SINGER ST JOHN SEWING MACHINES STOVES FURNITURE IRON AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE Â¬ ADDITIONS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ who will be nsited in the services by the pastor Rev F M Purcell nnd other minAmple preparation will be made isters fnr provision for any number of people that umy attend and un invitation is hereby extended to everjbody in reach to go and take all their relatives and friends Have no fears about the entertainment but go along and enjoy a feast of good things for both body and soul Remember the day and the fact that such another opportunity for n splendid time will very ruroly ifevsr Â¬ All of which we sell at Bottom Prices DENT DAILY RECEIVED BASSETT Leitchfield Ky occur The Dost Sulvn in thn world for Cuts Bruiics Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fover Sores Tetter Chipped Hands Chilblains Corns nnd all Skin Eruptions nml positively cures Piles It is guaranteed toglvo perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box J car Ifiicklciia Arnica Salve Rev W K Hnrdaway who has been at loading school nt Nashville returned home last week He is looking well und is glad Ada where art to bn with us onco more thou Miss Liz in Louisville Mufmord is visiting relatives Bki LrmT TO THE IMMENSE STOCK OF NEW AND STYLISH Wv keep constantly on hand a full htock of the following RcliaWe Brands of Feriliers U Bone Fertilizers ROME IND Sensatlonala being short this week we give you general news The farmers aro very busy just now ro planting and straightening up the young Tho amount corn which looks well planted is quite up to the average Early potatoes look well nnd some very fine specimens have alieady been unearth- V S Dlnlrlrt Attorney Nprukfi Col H Wnllers US District Attorney Kansas City Mo authorizes tho following Samaiilan Kervine cured my statement 150 niece of spnsins let nt druggists Roscoe C sbvs Just wait till I send some items lo the Nkvvs I will make that Juno Bug think a wood chuck has He says that June Bug caught him will bo simply stunned and paralyzed so thai he will uot he able to write any thing again Come nlong Senator Juno IS will risk it but dont keep people awake of nights by taking the working of your mon strous brain lo be thunder tho forerunner We just thought we of a geat storm would cnutlon you P S Get Mr Bur dett lo put a band on your head before you A good stout one Mr begin writing Â¬ HOMESTEAD CORN GROWER HOMESTEAD WHEAT GROWER HOMESTEAD TOBACCO GROWER GOOD SUPERPHOSPHATE WOLD OF SKEENES PURE RAW BONE DUST It No farmer can nflord to plant without pays 500 per cent uing sonic of the above bi andd GREGORY CO Â¬ ed Â¬ Â¬ Nrrp Â¬ Wheat looks quite well but will not be an average crop iu this section Tho fruit crop bids fair to bo the best for years Our show at present for un aver age crop looks cheerful Rev J D Kiper preacher in charge of tho Romo circuit preached a verr inter esting sermon to the Romans Inst Monday night Subject Practical Faith He la a Kentuckian and has recently came into the murderous county of Perry May success attend him and the cause to which he Is attached Marble playing and pitching dollars seems to have lost their charms since Bro Land left town Â¬ Â¬ WALL PAPERS CHROMOS WINDOW SHADES ISAAC BOOMER LEWIS CO Burdett A CAUU To all who are mfTcrlnr from the errors and Indlscrotious of youth nerrous weakness tally decay Inn of manhood Ac I will send a re- Â¬ cipe that wilt oure you FUKK OK CIIAIIUK This great remedy was discovered by a minion fiend a leir addreuod ary In South America envelope to the lUr Jos urn T InuaN Station J Ai lout Vy THE WHOLESALE HATS No 621 Main Street TH0S LEWIS CRAWFORD McCLAflTY JOHN WEBER H A BOOMER Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Wh BRANDRETHS PILLS Â¬ Â¬ A word lo the wise is sufficient but tho Soino foolish pass on nnd aro punished people can not appreciate good society and think this world was inndo to suit their peculiar want They Ulk like philosoEqual rights phers und live like fools was the watchword of the fathers of this republic but thnt day has passed Mr A can Inke liberties that will not bo tolerated in Mr B Why make this dilleronce O wad some power the glfllo fie ui To see oursels as others ate us It wad frae muuy s blunder free us Anfuullih notion Wo attended the literary society last Frldny night June 8ih held in tho Rome academy Mr II M Rojal president Those who took part in the entertainment did well but Mr Hlckerson on Sympa thy and Mr Kowu on Chewing Tobuu co just took tho cake amLwcre in fact Mrs Mary the life of tho entertainment Hardin conducted the musical department This institution is growing in favor every day Mrs M II Royal principal assisted by her husband H M Royal have bad a very successful school with large gains on the enrollment lilt over last year The last quarter closes two weeks from last Â¬ BRIO-A-BBA- O LOUISVILLE KY TELL CITY WOOLEN MILLS AIN Having appointed mo their local ngsnt for this portion ot llreckcnrldge county I take this inelbod of Informing the publlo that I will re ceive and ship their wool and return their relit Conilgnmonts respectfully with promptness Â¬ solicited II L llABIUOS lAMMStephensportKy Y I PICTURE FRAMES AT BABBAGES t CiUHO OLQ FASHIONED BARBECUE J IO 0 Cloverport Ky lUntunii lldrdlniuurg Ky J i BilE SOI Frldy y Soiitiivtov ciated It commenced raining here this morning and rained powerful as the darkey mys SfKCIAI ATTORNEYS AT LAW The senior partner would respoclfully Inform the cltlicns of Clovirpert and Ilrcekcurldge county that harlot regained his health he li now rtndy to reiunie the practice of It I a profei lion In the Hancock courlieipeclallyaud hav ing aisociatud with him V U llabbnge who resldoi at Hardlnikurg he flatters hlinielf that they aro so situated Hut they will be aide lo give entlro satiafaollon to all who tuny wish to and wo hereby lender our patronise tbeu sincere thanks to the neople of Jlrcekenrldge and Hancock counties lor past favors and hope by strict attention to merit the onnttdenee ao generously confided to then heretofore Kipe mlal llenllon will he elran to the collection of claims not only In tho countlei named but In ell ino counties composing tne lourin juuicisi SON Attorney IIAIUIAOK district Â¬ lhrlcWOStusrJ SLJ f llHuJliooflo1Sw nd U T cr I f r It rtmr sll lb baJtlood n btlcoriM y P AT Sugar Tree Grove NliAII MllliHVV HAM SATURDAY JUNE 16 1883 Vine Mmlo A A Bunerb Dinner for 25 cents H poising ly tlood tanclnj Floor rtirlofi Jr livery the CundhUtes for the Leflslaluie WM V VTM Uanr body Im If I c4 i yj T ititjKjnr3i KtmcsZ fceRnltove iRf Riniri They Inlil tliclr Imndu ollinra alinulnVr mid furccJ llicm wedge Inln the crowd nhend m lvci liU I he Thtiy aliotHud util Aiioeiiitlun en n iurKo Iia un through nny lliintf liillivr tliclr tiiihltiL or Ihf coiierat nustiri toward Now York thrust ilio crowd nlirixd tno rnpidly They wcro pushed In spite nf themselves tntvnril the stein They seemed to hate n horror of goni oter the ilci nliltuuiih the flitfhl Is only lite or nix fctl hiirh They locked mini and pushed furiously linck titiniit the lluuiitiniis coin Inn tlcndilr otcr lrom Drooklt n Inn few minute nt the point lust nlmvo the steps there wan a low viildinir- to llin frlvli t Fill prcMiiro from lipliiiul nnil tlio trout ol the nml rowJ w forMl 0 le nice Women nnd children wern scream ing for help nnd men were shouting con fusedly tmbrellas pnrcels uiid ennes were thrown over tho rails at the sido by people who needed their hands to fight their way oul of the despernto crush At last with a single shriek that cut thiough the clamor of the thousand of totces n young girl lost her fooling nnd She foil down the lower flight of steps lay lor a moment and then raised bersell on her bands nnd would have got up Ilul in another moment she was buried under tho bodies of others who fell over the steps ufler her She was dead when they got her out inoro than hnlf nn hour afterward Men prang upon the rails at Ilio side and waved the crowds bnck from both the Now York Rut the pooplo con- Â¬ nnd llrooklyn sides No tinued to crowd on toward tho steps polico wero in sght Men in the crowd lifted their children above their brads to People were save them from the crush still paying their pennies at both gates and swarming in The two extemporized side exists by way of planks to the railway were insullicicit to relieve the crush nnd the result was that all those who felt could not be reached The people ndvniicing from Brooklyn continued to fall oter llioso in front until they wero piled in n struggPng suffocating mnss at the toot of the lower stairs utid on the Rridge offilanding between the flights cers attempted to reach them but were kept back by the still advancing throng Policeman lleglau forced his wny to tho bend of tho stairs nnd threatened and cluS bed till be had forced a way through and turned ninny back At last the people at the New York end of the bridge understood what wns happening The gates were closed nnd word wns Mes sent to closo the gales in Brooklyn sengers were sent to tho police station in Oak street The polico joined the bridge officers in clearing a little space about the foot of the steps nnd in dragging to one side from the mas of bodies the dead nnd Some crawled out by them tho dying A company of the Twelfth New seltc York Regiment wnrKed hard at dragging thoiu out Twenty fhe seemed to be nearly They wcie laid along on the north dead and south sides of the pathway and the people lrom Brooklyn pasved on between them Men and women turned faint at the eight of the swollen and blood stained faces of thu dead Pour men n lad six women and a gill of IC were quite dead or died in They bad been found nt a few moments the bottom of the heap The polieu stopped grocers wagons com ing from lliooklyn and carrying lle bod ies of the wounded and dying down the planks to tho railroad lnid them in the wjgons nnd told the drivers to hurry to Six bodies the Chambers Street Hospital were laid in one wagon The driveis whit Pdup their hoiscs mid drove with full speed to the hoaj ital Yignious effort were mndo loresuscitate those who still lay on the walk ice water w8 brought from the New York entrance and doctors who wero in the crowd volunteered their sen ices As the IhsI body was pneed in a wagon it hook and ladder com pany came dashing up lrom llrooklyn It was not until the dead wagons camo oul into Park row that the public knew nny thing of the catastrophe The wagons wcro followed off the bridge by women try ing fur their children nnd bv men crying for their wives Suvctal of the women were half naked nnd many wire in tags One woman bnd bad both ol her shoes torn I heie off nnd almost all vveie barebeadeit were hundreds of them dishevelled nnd crying Their faces were wMte nnd they were covered with dust nnd dirt Hundreds of people crowded about Chambers Sheet Hospital wbero the dead The am nnd severely injured were taken bulances rnttled up to the door and body after body wns brought in The injured were placed in the wards nnd tho dead were curried to tho cellar wheie they wer ranged sido by sido There were six wo men a girl three men and nboy A dingy glow thrown from n single gas jet barely give suflicicnt light to distinguish tho features of the dead By twos and threes men and women wbo bad called al the hospilal in search of missing relatives nnd whne description in any way tallied with iho bodies wcro biought down Oue by one ibe dend were identified bv weeping ft lends or relatives until but Iworcmnlned unknown nn old man with fnnwr linir nnd u boy of years They lay side by side n contrast of age and south on cncli 1 lC Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 BreckeJTridI- New s ltiif tlozcti rfiugh ISnllnniDntiuiitieiiljiiiicli tJ iIihiispUcs together aiinu tlncu hundred Ik Cuntlnucd from Ilrst Iag jMaEEfi KflDNEY DISEASES outtlitroimraTiotlmr The SUREST OUftH mmm wmiWii vmmum for v V if 5 of bin old hnn to KlrOilifiiiTjJnnc lie tviiiihljliift ni nlisent from lhctrin Thi to the old ttmn ilul nti rore temiilrtiulii incniiiiie stronger mrnsitrri wne tnken in I U defuine nnd without ronmilflng him Ouu veninj IiilSimhi nml ieore were iidiliilt un In the unrden nt iritinirp old woniiiti came townn them with alow mid lirsiliitin slepi Sunii fled ut tlio aitslit ol her she hulcd the crjr nnttio this old woman birr Oeorjjo the old Mood hl sroaiid looking ihccpfoh wituintt stood beforg hint trtnlillnj violent- itai IV Mini iiiSiHiiiUiiEiiins ner itnri i o letter to jotild not np wlt but told nun Jie vuun it ine urn im miij n mn written twenty jeiitu ngo It wn fiom hit mother to her neighbor Mm Mendows then on n visit nt Nenburonuh tallini her hovv touiijj John hud fmilil for end pro teeied Iter ftuiiiiml it band of drunken hi fli Anil I do nml how smleTul she was rt liope dame liu will bans jjood fnVtids nilli Iuy lud when they uto men ni you ulid 1 liiiie been thin ninny n day lime JeoriTM did not epcnk for n lcri held llits letter nml It trembled n little lie looked nt the old woman in bin hand Mrs atnndiiij a piteous silent Mipplicant aid bo scared nboto a whisper Meadow gito me this letter if you will bo so uood linvc not Kut Imr himlivritinc except our iminei in the lliblu Shc fjnvo lit in the letter half reluelnntly nud looked fearfully nml iuquii insly in bis face lie smiled kindly nml ji suit of proud curl came for n moment to hit lip Hiid the roman read the man Thii rojnl rustic vould not have taken the letter if be bad hut uinntcd tlio mothers unspoken prayer ind lilcai you both I suit she nnd went on her way The nsties came and Meadows two plaintiff both weronbseiit Robinson fconc to Australia nnd Oeoigo forfeited his rcc onizniiLCi nnd bad to pay n hundred tiotinds for it The defendant was freed iTien Isaao Levi said to himself Ho will Hut bo did not not keep frfilli with me know his mnii Meadows had a conscience though an oblique one A promiso from A man liim m sacred in his own eyes amc to Urassmerc and lelt n hundred pound in a letter for George Fielding Thvn lie went on to Jcii nnd tnve bim n pmcel nnd a nolo Tim parcel conlnined the title iIitiU of the house and the uoto said 1nko the bouse and the furniture nnd pay mo what you coiuider they mo worth And nlil man I think you mijihl take your curse nil me for I bate never known n beau ul rest since ym laid it on me and jou see now our casu is tillered Mm hate n home now nnd lohn Meadows has none softened nnd he Then the old man w Tluee just wrote u line in reply and said men shall value the bouse and fuinitJre mid 1 will pay etc etc Put now ndversi Istnc ly to profit repent nnd prosper Levi wishes you no ill from this day but Thus died as mortal feel rither cuod ings are apt to die an enmiiy ila owucis thought immortnl A stenin tessil glided down tlio Thames On the deck worn liound lor Tort Philip to fie seen n liltle cirl cryinc bitterly ibis was llnnnah ahtalwaitjeomai- - ikeliuure who otood unmoved ns the chores ulided Tiv mil un old woman who held his ntiii as if sjie nrcded to feel bim ut the moment of leaving her unlive land This old woninti bad bated and denounced hissinsund thcro was scarce n point of mornlily on which she Yet at three thoroughly ngreed with bim Hore enrs nnd leu sle left her native land to comfort this stout with two sole object iiian and win bim to irpciitance Peter Ciawlcy left to his own resources practices at the county courts in bis old iiiighborbocd and drinks with all hi cli nuts who arc of the lowctt imaginable or dor He complains llint bo cant peck yet his iiifirniity living roiltiiiuen the cause broth nlihtxt entnely upon Vjgs beat up in brandy and a liltle water ike Sci in be is never less nlono than when lilnne with this difference that the eo upaiiionsof P C s solitude do not ndd to tin plcnmro o his existence Inless some body can make him see that it is uutcr too lttii In mend this liltle rogie fool nnd sot will khut up like n knifn tnine day so vtys a medical fiieud nnd then it will be Till tMi too laic -- tiualM SiaIe rtrtlliirmlvrd UMlfATKi uiKMivTVVVii6naniifoverSliUreoommondlOttadllwllIspSKllly And rftitor hMlthy aotton h urtno ttldt TlUStf DO MOT SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY PRACTICAL BOOK KEEPING SCHOOL OF STENOGRAPHY Ho THE NORMAN STALLION n w Hupt wm ssslJftl J Vm J 1 t PAMElij X TrenS ILEIUIUD tayourtcx tnehoiTnln nAwliiicMCKIJnWortliiutUlwa u It will act promptly awl safoty ofurlnt Incontlnenoortteallon JJlthrBiorropy duposlU nil dull Uroaclan Oriole diut IS- - iia Jmm Memphis PACKET Ohio River COMPANY piliw sit spwdlly yltld t Its eumtlve power BOLD UT ALIi imuooiam fnco srnni comfort akd 8AFETr No extra charge for Meals and Slate rocitns Fpltndld Acsomniodatlofil for Stock 11 Text Boh Over 25 Years a Practical Accountants j ffif N1DT DUST PROOF TIE Stem Winding Open 3IAMrATlfIllJ 11V H3STIDOISEJD BY JHiXj THE HERCULES 2nd Weight 1550 Un 1B83 nt the u K VYst of Clurerport Ky PROMINENT MERCHANTS LOUISVILLE Send Stamps for Circulars and Specimens of Penmanship H itstlei will slsnd the entire yrnr 0lfiby nno hslf mile FOR CATIIO nnd MKMIHIS BUNDAT3 WKDNiSIAYS aud FRIDAYS The fleet and elegant steamers ANDY II C 11AUM Face lUISCHIITlON Principal Ilrrrules wnsthrcn yesrs old last August Is lf hnnds hlght Iron RtnT hirn lint bono hesrlly mutclcd well proportioned hmlyjliesu tlful head nnd neck nnd line stylo uinf netlun 20 will be nf which 5cnrh li ser Iniurnrice to bo pHld nhen 15 cnuli by the mare Is known tu b In foil the senson nnd 10 ensh fur the ilnsle Irnp flirting with the uinre tforoilio Is known to be In fnnl will forfeit tho Iniurnnco money Ciro will bo taken to prevent accidents but wo will not be responsible should any occur Ynu xre cordially invited tucntlnnd oiamlue our bono beforo selecting another to breed from Thcro Is no other breed of hones so well adapt Â¬ ed In tho wants of uur farmers or on which vro enn so surely dopend for Improvomtnt In tho chsructor and form of our mongrel breeds S DoSCLLAR Secretary BEN C WEAVER Till American Watch Co WALTHAM MASS ThU cao It furratd In uno out Jolat or scam opening In front only thus avoiding the usunl Oip and securing greater solid piece withÂ¬ TBBMS charged fli THE HAMBLETON C E HOUSE rice munvy nnd J M Vinton Master llW JA3 W OAFF B Russell Master Jas CONS MILLAR D Moore Matter J W VINT sJHINKLL M Dcom Master It 0 J McCoy Clk Surleel Cik Yorrls Clk Troctor Clk strength and durability These Watches are nil optnfatt Tho bcicl Into which an extra strong crystal Is fitted wnlcr prouf ct wllh un cpfclally prepaid incut Is attached to tho case bv screwing it Convenient lo Court liouso nnd business portion of lovvit Good thereon nnd thus forms an air tlghljiinctton bic furnished with tlio best the mnrket affords with tho bmly ofthecaso which Is proof against dust and moisture To railroad men trarelcrs miners lumberAlso 11 cood Feed Slnblo nnil Horse Lot in counucliiiii with tho men nnd others who nro almost constantly ex Cull nnd sec us best of caro tnken ol stock nt tlio usunl prices posed and who have to make frequent reference Very respectfully of the utmost town to tho watch tlicso qualities arc liuportanrc IHcGILL Proprietor Hardinsburg Kentucky rooms nnd ilio ta- Â¬ One of the above steamers passing Cloverpert for Memphis each Mondays and Fridays and for Louisville and Cincinnati Wednesdays and For freight or passage apply on Saturdays board lOUIuVilleThend ntoiMiiirroits Hancock Co Ky E Oolksby Manager Holts Ky Clorerpurt Ky Msres from a dlsttnce fed nrgruied for a rea- Â¬ No icsponslblllty for accldonts sonable price B OQLKSBY or escapes Ky 1 m Boats Clk J n Rtkpuims Â¬ BATES YEBY RBASOlTABLJilTho very llouje wlion you conic to TOM McGlLL Holts Tiiouii iRsnnrc IlAMOLrroN Packet Line Passenger Mall Â¬ and Express Tlio rolloujn- - Â¬ Jkohuia July 20 1882 I sold one of your Patent Dust 1ronf Cnses about ten months ago nnd tho other day it runic buck id lae vtlth tlio request to lunko It wind easier On examination I found tliit the etem wns ruity and I Inquired Into the cnuse nf it The gentleman stated to mo that lie wns start ing some saw -- logs thnt had lodged In the bend of Iho tlrer when his chnin cnught in a bush and threw his watch Into nbout twelvo feet of wnter nnd he was about two hours finding it When he got it out It vras running and ho thought nil right Inrnbout thrco months he found thit the stem was hard tu turn nnd tout It to me I can say that the wntch Is nil Hint the rom puny ilaluis for It and recommend It to nil Mil ll W UKNTIAV road nnd mill men V viuosTI Nlr Ic tiers tell their own For all way landings between Louisville and Henderson tho elegant and fleet steamers CITY BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY A CHOICE LOT OF D L JAMKS ailTURIB Allen Jennings Penny Master A FAHEENBERGr waem Keeps ooiT tnntly on hand Fresh Bread Cakes and a nice assort Â¬ ment Candios Nuts Canned Goods Tobacco and Cigars Oranges Lem Â¬ for sale by ons and Domestic Kruits Crab Cider Common Cider and Cider Vinegar Tolilu inrt F M Jno Wcstfall RAINBOW Miles Warren Clk Master J GREY EAGLE R I- - Baldwin 01k Master Passing Cloverport ono down and one ap daily Q Berry POLK I sill 83 A GRAND COMBINATION 04 ltjitoh will be served at any hour of the day on short notice drop in ami see me when von come to Ilardinsburg Dont fail to L65 Brcckcnridgc News and Home and Farm an excellent farmers appros for one year WILLBUY THE Brekenridge News AND THE LOUISVILLE THE Cmntok Iowa April 201831 you would send mc a spring for the fly tlio wny this Wm Kllery Watch Illcry Is a watch 1 sold in your Screw llezel The fust of Janua- Â¬ Case to a former last fall ry ho lost the wntch In tho woods and found it this week In about one loot nf water It had lain threo months nnd over In snow nnd water with but slight injury to tho wnlili only a C S UAYMOND hairspring The nbovo wcro very sovcrc tests and demonstrate beyond a doubt Hint fur ntiy reasonable length of tlmo during vvhleh a wntch might be under water it would lecclvo no Injury n ha lever Wo make thrso canes in both gold nnd silver and nsa Mem AVI n ill ii Wntili rase CliiilluiiKf I ALBERT JFAHRENBERG wtb J and Has just received A ble- terms I THE BEST B OF ALL I I JOHNSON offers for sale c NOVELS sCTsMfT J by all the fivrilo au- Â¬ thors cloth bound and in the popular cheap Library forms at Bab bagos Two papers for llttlo Ono year for only 250 more than the price orotic By paying Us 250 you will receive for oue year your homo paper with the Courier-Journthe representative newspaper of the South Ihmncrntlc nnd for a Tariff for Revenue only and the best brightest nnd ablest family Those who de Â¬ Weekly In tho United States sire to examine a sample copy of tho CouiUr Journal can do so at this office not lifo Is sweeping by go and daro beforo you die something mighty and subllmo leave be i0 a week In your own hind to ojquor time town 55 outfit free No risk Evcrj thing new Vo will furnish yiu Capital not required trory thing Many aro making forlunc La Â¬ dies nuiko as much ues men and boys and girls make grcnt pay Reader If you wknt business at which you can mako great pay all the tlmo wilte for particulars to II IULLett X Co Portliiud Maine DOORS SASH WINDOW GLASS LJ tlf liisl Iroil Iho Worltl t IriMliin- - its Kijttul Fo Sale by all First Class JeWclers Also Contractor and Builder Work done in modern style and on reasonaJno Allen Mithhay B f AtlSl sis fh It r-L Xervottm rtebUitUt rallrpdl ftr now Mtecay Bail an4 fcoW Jlaithaoa JVcahu DrujcWcfcalill4E CapIiUnsc ilKlenvelopefce CO Loultlcna Mfe Add row DR WARD - 8 ntUAULtStU rHEEi REST UUHBi utlUn 2KSv lltifof hiiir J if ta I X- - Kra j The Methodist Mutual Aid Association J no D Uiticoorr II II Office Masonic Temple Louisville Vice President Bankrupt Sale A 20 Breech loading Shot Gunfcr 7 Owing to the failure of the London and Liverpool Fire Arms Co of London nr we have secured a of their celebrated Hreechdosding Shot Gum The Ciiamiion at thirty three and one thlrJ cents on the dollsr of the actual cost of manufacture TllR JilAMrioN it new and perfect finely fielsheJ case hardened and blued made of very best marerUls and by the Improved attachments Is rendered super Â¬ ior to any other Enjhsh or American Shot Gun They are too well known to need extensive description when we state that they are perfect and warranted genuine Ciiaunons that is sufficient These cunt are the biggest bargain ever offered in America anJ will never Be ofTcred again We guarantee these Shot Guns to be in every respect as represented or money You cannot let this opportunity will be re unded slip Youcan rt any time sell the Shot Gun for a great deal mort linn you gave for it Tun Ciiammon is a crunt favorite with sportsmen on account of the rapidity an d ease with which it can be loaded and its superior shooting qualities That it stands unrivalled as a lint elm tirearm Is shown by the thousands of Knglish tesiimonlals on file The editor of the N V says They are the most extraordinary bar Â¬ gains I ever sawjfthey shoot equal to my iy Scott He has bought two It L Emerson of the Gun Your Chahmcm New York Ducking Club says Imported Dreech loading Shot Gun is an unheard of and worth at least k bargain Our Clnb will have several I heartily endorse your assertions this GunwUI more than satisfy every purchaser Skot Order at once as our consignment is only oneshousand Taks Notice We will send one CiiAiinoN Im as described above perted caiefully boxed fori and when cash accompanies the order will give free one of our new Sportsmans Cartridge Hells aliojo shells Send money by registered letter or P O order at our risk Or we will send the Oun C O D wllh privilege of examination upon reccipt of Is to cover express charges or your express agent s guaranty that the Gun will be returned free of all expense to us If not taken by you Should you have no acquaintance with our firm and desire a reference as to our relia- Â¬ bility we would referyou to any Mercantile Agency Kxprcss Company Danker or Newspaper Publisher tu the city Order now even If you have no use for the Gun lor six months youwdl never get another Such a bargain Address HUDSON MAlVrjFACTCIUIVa COf Astor Place and Uroadway N V consignment OLD IETVT3LISllir0 Fife and IlcnWm 11 Hoke Marine Insurance Agency ilrant Sec and Trcasr lrcrldeut lien ItobtCncbran Q W Ilonald Medical Director CRUSHED A ON THE BRIDGE Frlitlitful Ill n ic Near llin Svw York AiiitniriiKii tVimiii unit lillilriiiTriiiiipIrd Co Ileilli in tin ICiish RECEIVED A full anil complete stoelc of Dry HAVE JUST LI191HTS POR MURRAY TiIm I GREGORY KY - N Y Sou Mar 31 When the rain was over yesterday after noon tlie lliooklyu Diidge which bad its crowds in thu muiiiiug but bad become lomjinrativcly openagaiu brpaii to thiiHt blucknde With tlm hundreds who i ii calni down town to Jhe New Yoik untes weTe liundreds of men in ilio uitifoi m o Most of tbounind nrmy of tho republic thu people strolled over to llrooklyn and hon turned back without leuing the bridge 5lrtiiinds were coining oer from llrook yn returning from tho cmnctcries where Moldiviii yriives had berii dicoratid or tak ing adtautage of tho holiday to sec the bridge Thciowcre not so many on ibe bridge as on the day after the opening or on the lollowing Sunday but thi y teemed Ili st Ninirli llnllrlni In the World Sam iilo 1rec tif incliut d to lnili r I here would be mi open spuee ol lrom filty to oue bundled feet and Cull nt Fishers drug store nnd get a sam then a dense jam ple uotuu ni iirovvn a rNpecioiant nco in One of tliuto jnins formed nt I oclock n chnige It cures Coughs Iloirseness short distance nbotc the lliglit ol steps on Whooping Cough and Consumption in in the Sew Yoik nnelioriige Tlioso steps nre cuily Mages It is u bcieutiliu propitiation iner llin point where tho cables emergo admirably adapted fur tho cure of all Throat frum the anehoiage lletween them nnd and lung Diieases It is pleasant to take tlte New Yoik tower the cables come nbovo nnd entirely hnrniless Try it it costs j mi thu footpath lloor and iianow pathway nothing Regular hic bottles 0c undl The steps me fourteen Tarixinc Memorandum Rooks lice lor tvbout nine feit tcet btoad mid in two llighls of seven steps sale bv A It FJSIIKR Clot erporl and each In ok en by a lauding eight fret across RRAiJlIKAR A UAdSDALrJ Stephers The treads of the steps nru n foot broad poit mid the total rise of the Iwo flights of sups I his first jam formed is about nine lert A family disagreement resulted in the in tho narrowed pathway boyoud the steps 1 idge Policeman Iicilerick iiichntdt shooting nt Louisville Wcdnesdny evenbroke it up nnd sMrlcd the lino moing ing of Thee Boyd phologiapher by Dr The trowd fiom Iliookljn met the Hjpiiu Barnes dentist croHil from Now Yoik and jammed again tho foot ol the stniis The llrooklyn nt civ Discover crowd completely covered the footpath rrrcHrcelt FretiJH fur IIicm aboo llin Meps and ibe New York crowd A new remedy for this dreadful disease entered it below ibe steps The former at tempted to push down and the latter to linn been discovered by Dr Uemlng A push np Those behind preued fin wind single application will coiniuce the most nnd ilio weakest the women nnd children skeptical of its wonderful healing jiowers neie lhritt ngninst the iron railing of By calling on A R Fisher druggist you the steps nnil ngninst the iron trcsiln wink can obtain n sample ho fno f charge iliioli kiirinnnilii thn rnilrnnd Irnck nnd which will satisfy you of its curative iiuali A ANn for snlo by IIUASIIHAIt wlneli lieiin at the headof thestens Tbev ties RAGSDALK Slephenspoit Hcreiimed with pnin niuf tenor yjiicbodr shouted out that there vns danger niuf tho inipressloit prevniled that Ilio bridge was giving way benea h tho rtowd At that the crowd on the bonid can bo made walk abovu llin slops piessed on tnnnid Inslxmonths while thoss be New York mora luilomlv selling -iispluilt knew tbev low who were on the A CHARTS TUHISOHS MAPS were in no danger nnd duf not move p woman hold her baby ovor the trestle work I For 39 page cataloguo free tV liiwived utnl unit ntio In tako it Men address II V TUNIHOV climbed nut on thu trestle work and down Cincinnati 0 N Y City I he liridgo to iho rmlroad tracks outside Jacksonville III Onub Hob men who Acre stationed along thu south roadway procured planks and laid them tinm the railroad bed to the foul n lib below I bey did ibis on bn It sides of the slain that will send us the f lolpalli nnd removed the section of lh names nnd ml lirKiiflDiifllieli iron fnuco tlmt wts ucnrr iit the ilops They I In itawiis I o ov pulled out women from the jun nnd helped friends uinl rsolotu JU tins er oipeiuo nf purklnirmid pmlngs we will lend people down I he planks trouble any of tin following won Tids gave iho Brooklyn crowd ft chance Ihem fir tliolr Kendy mmle utornph Album deiful books to move and It singed ahead font few feel llillrooiu Dancing minimi a Mm Verses BrbUo ofliceis ran along nn theslringpicce ler or Iho Korliine le nt Jluu oiisv of lint trestle wotk nnd turned back toward Amerieiii Iluslnrss Man mske nils lli R noUyirihoss who wcro on iho squib sido to seiiilimr new cril uflir in order In get names of the path But ns soniLns the officers liiaiiinulh illlistritcd II page illiiluguu lo DONT IMU TO hKND FOR OUR CAT nam Nibidrntuoiig inenvornniong the rOnli Aildieta Jll wnlisrTlrl MANUFACTUniNQ CO IIUDSU thousands p rj in on them fiom behind 1 A loi A bit csiri spovi ed ti6 irjadv Â¬ Goods Groceries ami Notions to which I now invite the atten- Â¬ I pro tion of tho public pose to f ell as cheap as any one and guaran Â¬ tee satisfaction Give niu a trial ism AMD BEAST CLOVERPORT Sanford Kcilh Kulert Cochran Wm C Kandrick Chas IMIiCTOItS B Dr 11 Oscar Doyle John F Liggett Wm B Hoke fccyniour fnrmnrn ihnn h tlilril of n oonturv tho Mexican MntaiiR I Uilinenthasboen known to millions ull over tho world as tlio only raro lollanco for tlio roller ot nccldentfl nnd pnln It is a modlclno nbovo prlao unit pnilso the beat of Its k inJ ror ovory form of otcrual jiaki i j RINuMLOE MY PRICES Mustansr Llnlmont U witliont nn ootint j IC ieneirai4 xicmi niiu xuucic ntp mo verv uoiio iniiKinK mo uuiiiuiu- nnoo or liain nnd inflammation linnoi- Rlblo Its rnoctfiupon Human flosli ami I tliuUrutoCrcntion nro equally vonilcr l lui Alio juezicaa Tho Mclhndlit Mutual Aid Association was rhnrtcred by the Legislature of Kentucky March 2tth 1BS0 and chnrternmended April 1882 II provides that tlio Directors shall bo church memTilts Aeoner win eitibltilieil In Ilia bers which Is seino guarantoo that they are ISS7 and Irmn tlmt time to the present has continuously been in business with h itiifnollun to men of Integrity Its inombers may bong to the publlo Thuy vrrlto policies at ro mumble the church cr not i the only requirements beinp of that applicants are hatween the rttci on Farm proporty IlirolllnBn Storis and tho sound in mind end body and rgos dissi18 Â¬ 5 not Warehouses Merchandise nnd all othor Ucslr ablo property AIo on Freight in trnniitu by pated objects of tho Association Are To pro Ilia rlvor anil rallro ul furn IjIiIh Indemnity against ride a Beneficiary Fund which the families ol lots by 1IRH ami tho Ibriis op Inland Thanh i0UT nt members nro paid not exceeding roBTVTiov Iu the following Companies death of the member or ono half of the amount in cio of total disability j which amount can ltrm Rnirrioista only Ilml dun Com pit ii t k and lln- Ilud Yours of Ixiierieiicv vit Â¬ Â¬ liurt Arc guaranteed tho lowest always Call on mo and hoc for your- Â¬ 1 self mean business ami want to sell my goods MUSTANS IJnlmcnt la noodod hv flomobodr in I every liouse Every day tu lnrrnnowo oft the nfjony of an nivfiil ecalil fir tiiirn I eubduod of rhenmiiMo liinrtym ro l Rtnrcd or n xnlnulilo liorn or oxl anvca Dy uio iicatuig power oi tuia IAN0A3HIEE NtAam nf NnwYork A0EIPy OONTI W55B3 i of Uanohaiter not bo reached by process nf law or claims of New York England jLHIHELOE COUNTRY PRODUCE T LINIMENT wblcli speedily cures such ullmcnta of tlm HUMAN 1 rlibll nt lllionmnttam Htvclltnpi UtllT uoinii f oiiiiDoieii iTiuicicw xjuriiB Cut nml Rrnld JlruiRoo and NprnliiS lnlsoiioiis Ultrs nnd NUk Ktlllliras Jnmcnem Old Horee UlcrrrrollllcChlIblalin Soro IVIppln Caked Ilremt nnd Indeed ct cry form of external dis Â¬ ease It hniln tvllhout aiuin For tlio Urctd CnnATioN it rurei Nprnlna Htrlimy rstlrf Joints Foundert TTiiriicts Horcn Hoof DU caeei lroot Hot bcrew 1 orm britli 5rPnsosslns an ajferesate Capital and Sur plui of nearly 220UO0Ull Thorough knowledge of tlio buslnejs of In luranou acquired from long expeilencu with rate allow a is consistent with first elms Indemnity and fair dealing make it to the best Interest of porsnns wanting Insuranoo to consult this agency Dullness solicited from Ilrotkcn ridjje and adjoining onunllos OFKICi t the llreckinrldgo Bank CIo rsrport Kr n37 ly Â¬ cieditors so that the family Is sure to rcctlre the benefit It in tho cheapest nnil its expenses are less than any Ituovvn Life Assurance Association The Secretary Is the only salaried officer To Become a Member It will cost you 6 for admission and semi annual dues If Is rejected Iheto amounts will ba application returned to you You must also pay examining Â¬ will pay thu highest market price for all kinds of country Produce in exchange for any thing in tho goods line Â¬ AXKINCHELOE DONT YOU FORGET Hollow Horn herntclies TVind- Spavin lllnelione S1U Hrrc InllThruh lllin upon livll the bight nnil every ollxr alliucnt to which tho ocrupunlii of the Ntnble nml HtocU Yard nro llnlile Iho Meilcun JUiiitang Iliilmcat always cures and uuvtr dbsupiiolaU uuaUl9po3ltlvulys I c Dr Ucinember the place lors old stand IIAUDINSHITRG Tay- Â¬ BEST THE ALL OF KY LINIMENTS TOR HAH OR BEA3T -l i Â¬ 1006 s- T - - tMktimmm JPm Ht idKmtm m rrm t- 5 ii xf Turnip jXlhfZftZiK IlBinilii Wm rfirO w sjifLau tMtxi it n n u BiriJiifiaoRBacvfoffiri jatju - rwww s1 w IU Come and Buy HENRY J MAY - - 1 -- - m - nmiwii i IM0WS IlKAIKHS MOWKRS WWJOJW etc nf Ilia old reliable ami timc trlcd wnrklnaii wealthy t those who do not Improve their op a cloverport Vo offer a grcnt portunltes remain In poverty HAS OPENED We want inanr men chance to innko money BEARD Proprietors SMITH women boys nnd girls to work for us right lu Leaves Cloverpnrt fur Hardinsburg dally ex- Â¬ their own local illir Any oue can do tho work cept Bondnvs at 8 oclock a m Connects at properly frtin tie list start Tho budctis IN THE Cloverport with the Loulivlllo and Henderson will pay inoro than tin times ordinary uarci BARTLE BUILDING Iersons desiring conveymall line steamers Exponsive outfit furbished fne No nun who llxpress business engages falls tu make money rapidly Yen Wall Street bot Elm and Poplar ance can bo nccnuimopatod attended la can dot oto your whole time to tho work or on- Â¬ promptly whero they will be ploased to watt upon their Full Information and ly your spare moments friends and oustoraeri Hair trimmed and ull that Is needed sont freo Address Biissum dressed In the noateit and most fashlonablo X Co Portland Maine styles n51 tf what fun you can have with uur new fulselnur laches I Just the thin fi r ni asq uerauing H03k made at homo by the In ff Y1 FOH THK These mustaches aro Aluitrlous Host business novr be tost material with cenulno mado of tho MA oro the public Sir Capital not nood hair and wire nttnehmont nnd when worn ran ol We will start you Men women boys not be told from a genulno mustache Ilojs and girls vruutod uvorywlioro to work fur us and young men can hsvelots of fun by putting Now is llin time Yuu oan work In sparo time them on In arrdvvd nf friends nhowlll begrest or glvo your vfholo time to tho bmlnois No We lull ly nitoulshed at the transformation uttier business will piy ynu nearly as well No send yuu a nioustaoho for unly 5 three cent one can fall to in ika enormous pay by engag- Â¬ stamps 5 cents ur a nioiistnoho and a goatee ing utonoo Costly outfit nnd terms free Mo for 25 ccits Thora are three colorslight dark ney imido fust oailly and honorably Address brown and black Statu which nnloryou want TntiK X Co Augusta Maine K A liys for THIS lAlEIt qnq Year Address HUDSON MANUKAUTUHINOCO iUU75j cuts ford mouths to for 4 inoi Aslor Ilnco nnd llroidway Now York CHAS FURROW Barber Hairdresser SHAVING PARLORS physician The assessment at the time applicant Is ad- Â¬ mitted continues the same till death rln To every member sending us an acceptable npplscntionl will bo paid him Thus o little exertion will enable nny member to retain his rights to tho Beneficiary Funds without paying any monoy For further Information apply to F N Dlluy Local Agent for Breckenrldge county or to F I lltodlo tho general agent at Louis- Â¬ ville Ky their UUIV Lior chancesnndtoIn IncreaseIceomn WW I s Learnings time Bs3people always on the lookout JL uimmn mm Â¬ CANDIES ri a f Â¬ Purest and Best caJ1 on J D BABBAGE Bov s V ANY ONE SEED I NEW CROP Pnldvy Srnd for CATALOGUE PRICE LIST CHICAGO te ROCHESTER NY 173 183 JAIN STREET HBRAMSOBLEYCO 200 200 RamJJphSI -- iuc Jioaanaj BOOK oft very description a Imgvs Hah hehoul Hook un I iupp a sccalv Clovorport Ky Where you will llnd tlm best articles at reason Ilorsa shnolng n able prices to suit tho times All kinds of Machinery A spocliilty nnd Insured HOOK P HOOK leplrod and shopwork done on short notice The larg it assort CUSTOM DAYS ment In Ik THURSDAY FfllDAY AND SATURDAY ly ii I ul Ires ut JIAJIUAUIS 1 Highest prloai inld for W licit and Corn Do v o ii Iloiir nml Ileal always on liuiul nt tho Low wiiit un7 fit dill lMcsi Satisfaction guaranteed llu u I u go A I imiv - Il001 hn tlvin In vtciv viinrlv and ut ill prb es East EnJ of Bridge i VICTORY MILLS V G BABBAGE VAST llAKIIINSJBUItM MASTER COMMISSIONER AM- U- Highland Nursery 3 MILES e Trees BELOW CLOVERPORT Pips BIRD CAGES Attorney at Law iiAitniMNiiima ky of Will practice his profession In nil Die courts 1 reo Ken rid go Ciiuuly and this Judicial tils Ppoclivl nltmillnii gives to the collection Irlol uf claims ili t share nf public Ultrimiy nll Hut Wo bnvo constantly 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