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Digital page images are linked to the text file. flMJfcnl I fniiiimt xsaiijjiaEzrarismaErri-uii- - a ivafintaaauttji nnd disgraceful systom oausos berlo wear Then may wo htipo 0 seo tho castle of Ig norance begin to totter lo Its fall Snme spetial action of the Icgtslutuio Is needed on tho matter Let no short sigh cdiusi control thor actlun and them v tho generosity of tho government bo insult ed Let sonio provision bo made for its disposition but will look to tho permanent ndvuningo nf the stale Let those who aro tho custodians Of tho Interests of Iho chil dren of the state look to their Interests aid see Hint they receive the full benefit of the gift which governmental intinlflccnco has vouchsafed M them If wo aro not mis taken it is a golden opportunity which sho will do well to improve nnd try to phico herself nhmgtidu of tutor states in the mailer ol that which is the truo rnfecuard of lepublics and the foundation of all real Mety JIubt K Woods Ilewleyvllle Ky Mareh 18 1881 Â¬ rMiilnto Odd Thousand the Stream andRlolt I Acres of Lnrrt tleoein On Indicating by atcod n aged Southern planter the waters the boat was pass Â¬ a I weep uf tils arin ing over he said tn ft pnstengerfrom tlio Jsorlltj Wlicn I was twelve years old I kiltod iny firlt bear en anew plantatlun my father waa then cutting out of forest that Rtew directly ever the wton of tills bind a bit wal mlfibty eooil planlattun and there wat right tniart of Mars thre too Hut tint ontfthontamt acres of land went Into the Mississippi jeart ago It It putting no strain upon the Mruics tn Mr that great forostt of youthful hope womanly beauty ami manly ttrcngth aro swept In the same nay every year Into the great turhld tor Â¬ ct It should not rent of dltoeso and Month be io Tjiat It It to Is a disgrace at well nt a lost Venple aro largely too careless or too etupld to defond their own Interottt tho most That Bono nil It proolout of which U health Rone Dlseete It tlmple bit to reckleimoetor the tropleit things might at well be Ignorance rumples at a proposition In Conlo Heellins At the Log Western rivers which to often flood tho ellles along tholr thorot arlto n a fow mountain spring to all our allmcntt can bo traced to tmpur ebluod and ntmult group of disordered organs The most effective and Inclusive romody for disease It lAUKKltS TONTC It goes tdtho In retponse to aourect of pain aud weakness Its action the liver kidney estomaoh and heart begin their work afresh and dlicaie It driven out The Torilc however It not an Intoxicant but eures a dctlro for ttrong drink Have you dyspepsia rheumatism or trouhlct whloh have Horo It your rafusod to ylold to other agents Smart of Boars thedoek of a big Mlsiliilipl THE YOL VIII Written for Tho DreckenrUgo A LESSON BRECKENMDGE in tho tnll grass waiting praying for some ono to come that wny with whom sho could trust her life and that which Is more than lifo to woman No needpf juration or of answers now The dead body and its companions in chains down by the black rock which roso frnnirthc lake by trio Utile island how silently told the whole terrlblo story Tbo two muto and sullen Danltrs that had galloped past sroke to the man by the coffin nnd disappeared the silent men that followed and searched and searched tho rank grass and willows and looked in every direction for some one need not open iheir lips now All understood the whole terri ble tale They had been judged and were not The tragedy had taken place or rather tho murders had been committed on this very stream ard not far from this very spot as sonio blood itnins a littlo way up the stream still bore testimony livery thing of course of value had been they had been judged and wero laken Their properly wm conGscated to not How the girl had escaped she the Church hardly knew herself And indeed noone You do not understand asked Jirectly Weill whan you reflect that no one could trust his neighbor you will coraprohend why no one spoke above a whisper now and you will not be surprised that she wos not pressed to tell her talo Words are not the most eloquent things to tell a story Eonthe children huddled with anyway together in groups as they trept out of ihe wagons and understood and wero silent as Â¬ NE NO 32 Â¬ Â¬ CITY OF CLOYEKPORT KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 26 1884 Newt THE SECOND JEFFERSON Full From Anfacnger yon Hotter yet not look behind you At the patt thats dead Envo of right and not tho wool Sg or favor n well doing Of Kf r thculd bo our care Yet often cro onei days aro eudoJ ltlght and charity exttnded Find roqulul bcrs Utelt reltefpedf Iray not let tho former blind Ahl the future what a promise Ilut tho prient t slipping from m Text of Mr Carlisle Speech at the Free Trade Banquet In New York Â¬ prle Â¬ Iray why ever plnoor grnmtloT lion though your station bunibla Labor where you stand The art of highest art partaking It the art of always making Mott of things at hand a help THE BEST OF ALL UN fob wx nm yCLKS Tor Jnort than a third of a eoBfcrytho Hexlera Hmtaiig EitsrtMtuthabeen known to mllllona all otot tlve vurlcl ai the only safo rclliaco foe the relief o aeoldonta ami pulu It 10 a suKlkfae mT Ita aboro pries ana prslso tUo a 14 J or ovoryfoiuicX external pain ura bt As our practice life when Antics us inwalllog We M transcend our every calling And find ease In strife Sto how nature fn each feature Of her every plant and creature Would an aim instill What sho gave as their perfection tiavo she too for your direction fieok by work aud will What aro talents without action 7 What Is labor with distraction Of liurtult to day 1 Not tne meteor bright and tranttent But the plnnct ttrong and antlint Guides in with its My Know you why the ancient Ilouan When ho fought his tturdy foemin Found hit sk so light T Drilled with arras that were bis measure With truo armt bo found a leltaro When h came to light Youth the tin of heart and vigor Wo matt use witi aim yea rigor If JylEYBPAEti u a a DEC a u w Ti58 m Mnatonir LInlmotit In vrltbeut ua raal penetrates CerJh tuaA muclt to tk Tarjr bono mcMiic tLo eeallnu- - It u I rnpnn anoa or pun iuiu iuimnuirc alble Its effeotsunem Hucian JTloth and theSmtsCrvfttlon uxo equally wonder- - in jldq jucxioeux MUSTANG Iintmnnt Is nondod hv attauAxir In I ereryhoiua KTorydaTbrlnranowaoflj rui awru ua airoaToforrluuuito scam or mcutu tabdued raaurtra re oar ox I tored or R nlnaUe shit a Dy mo rcaiuic powor 01 tnu d 1 II curb them to obey us We may have tbam help convey ua Wilder wo would tend If vro Illgheit thinking hlghestyearnng Keep our souls forever spurning Aught thats low nr dark Air thats high it always purest high Is always surest Aim that Of a distant mark All oar pastlons are truo forces Ilut like wild unbrokn horses Would their barrier rend Indians Tho girl sat down by the water well concealed nnd ate some broad Then after a while with Ihe help of some pitying women she combed out her long splendid black hair and tied it up with a ribbou Sho was even then 6rrangely beautiful The men kept looking up aud down tho stream as if half expecting the Danites to dash in upon them from almost any quarter at almost any moment A steep high hill rose abruptly before us To move on with the girl and so escape by sudden flight beforo discovered this waa a doubtful experiment and yet some wanted to try it at all hazards It seemed that if we coulJ climb that ridge that rose steeply before us and drivo straight and steadily ahead till wc came to Green Eivcr we might esAuyway wo were too terrified to cape remain here Things wero packed up the weary oxen again yoked and nil wos ready for an advance Ono tbing to our advantage the old spy said a woman to lis off the track anyhow her husband as she handed him hit ox whip crooked his The man looked at her thumb juste littlo down the stream toward There sat the tho lake and said nothing singular man composedly by tho side of his coffin quietly reading n book as usual and munching a morsel of dry bread Just when he hud come no one knew Perhaps bo had passed tho littlo party in Iho night by a shorter path known only to himself and lis Danites However it was al important that no ono shpuld seem alarmed at his presence All and then what elso could bo done Wo could was now ready for1 moving on not stop now without showing fear At Ihe latt moment the girl between two women and uito concealed by their shawls crept into a wagon with a party of children The little train stretched itself ont and be Â¬ gan to start uravely up tho hill toward tho Tho leader stopped threw up a west hndl And there on this hill right across iho dim road a party of horsemen suddenly drew rela Danitebl It was whispered this ono word and that only by tho women The train which had not fairly stalled was stopped the children came out of tho wagons The girl ecn came out and there was no concealment of any kind This was best and Thcsopcople were not prepared honest or disposed to fight The first Impulse of an Amoricanis to fight when wronged or in peril iio matter what tho odds Ilut when hunted down aned into submission by this semi religious lot of madmen these Guiteam It was quite anolhor mat ti r Even a larger parly I ara sure had stood still and waited iho approaching Danites a Ibis party did Ilad the There was but one question Iirln beauty saved her or had she escap Would her beaued by chanw nnd skill Bhe know Not likely ty save her now loo much now lo live Tbo parly of armed and longhaired horsemen rode down the hill toward the cancp against tho risingsun very leisurely now Tholr long dctpernto search was oer They knew at aglanco from the hill that the ugitivo was with this parly that we were In Ins to set out with all speed at this unnatura hour to save her by flight The girls first impulse was to dash into But she was very weak Iho thicket again Better to dio where she and wretched stood Bhe put her hands lo her throat ber breast as if feeling about in a wild way to know where they would strike her with heir long knives as they leaned from Bho seemed choking aud Iheir saddles could hardly breatbe Tim world was pall ing away llor head rank on her breast She was silently waiting lo die Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hn whlqh rpeai1y rprt Xkomntitlaia BwctMiaga tMM doinaa toninitlta jtinMli unnu ana Bcauda Cut Crulna anil svralua ajM Polaonena IiKra anil ti Z tin iwm mi HUMAN 1XE6U B sach nlrmrrrto of If there s naught for all our doing Then our idling or pursuing Still wero not tho tame Highest efforts unavailing No ditgraoo can came of falling With a lofty aim and ready Let at then be To all truth and duty steady oa Kver pressing If we act the present daaful Wr can neer neer be rueful Of a day when gona wealth and whats true beauty Ilut the doing of ones duty In this skort career For the talents to us given lllnsiom full and rich In Heaven Whati te rrotthKoa Cltllblatua mrra iiinniea UKffl jivmuic niiu tndeect avarr foriu nt extorud Ua- nue it DMUiiTltExiatvAarK ror tne Skctb Ciitcahok It caroo So ITlocra If we viork them hero Copyrighted by C U Miller 1884 Drain rrlnnp KlilT Jntatal Foot liflt bercvr WarmCoal asoiicrrr ior rcrariira vuiua Bnarln Tliruota Mlitsbotic Sail Sore Flltu Hpn Iol Erllunrr aniuH every lot Trlilort nstt ocrniutia or lot to mini the OtuMo ami Clock Yoitlcro IUU Til Slaxlcnm MaitARr Ttnliueni always carta and noTtr dluppoiutt aaiWt Is poalUvely SEALED UNTO HIM A STORY OF THE EARLY PAYS OF MORMONISM t BEST TEE ALL OF ABTitrm ok DtMTCS Published Hr 10AQUIK MILLEH somis of Tin simian MKMOniK ASI 111 the ETC ML Spelal Arrangement X In The IIiikcxkniiihok Xas by with tho Author 3 ufBltvm pye mm Ai dny becan to blossom dimly on tbo ponka in if thoy erc mighty flowers in n MAW OB BEAST cudon fcisMng honven wo enme to nnother lit t lu willon lined stream crossed it and ailnntly drew the wncons in a lilllo circlo J in thn nhclter of tho large leaning vrillows nnd unyoked tho patient nnd weary catllo It hud been nearly dnrlc a lone lime That dailxest hour which always precedes day bad covered all things for the last fow inilra It was only by iho aid of tbo Iriend ly Indian vlp led Iho oxen at tho boud of tho adxnnco team that wo had boon able The women to Gnd our way to this camp and children of enures were asleep in the wagons Iho men plodded along patient ly and Kept very still Tho long black haunting box that had crept down from out the long strong prus and had drawn bn and oreftho vshite shoro silently eer of Bait following ntoalthily talnly as a ahadow had not been seen for hours And even hen it was far in the Tho salt and iho sand wero heaiy rear nnd deep Tbo roan at last even giant as ho wnH mum 1 ino had hard work to move hia barrow hero Surely he had broken let us died down sickened rraybe The Want of nlUUnMeDlnretlo a mteh while acting as norstimulant of tha hopo whispered one to another of Iho IrTltale them kidneys neither excites waa long tinco supplied by Uostettcrs t rrilicd littlo bund a they unyoked lha this One medicine exerta Stomach ultters the requisite degree of stimulation upon tiied ttlo mid turned them up the banks oreaus without produolng Irritation these if the willow stream wiituhcd them nnd and la therefore far belter adapted for the purpose than unmedlcated excitant often kept them elo o In llie willows ao that ihry ague fad resorted to pyapepale fevor and It might not bo ceen by tho DauitcR alndrtd diseases aro all cured by JTor tale by all Druggist ana JcaleH Thn numbcra of ihe little party as light generally descotidid nOii iho dark waters found themselves still cloto to the banks or the glittering lako Thoy had Iravelod in a sort of crescent around an arm on the north end of the sea The camp was a pleasant one The little island with the thice trees tai not so very far away It OWEL8 TORPID lay almost botwesn Ihii camp and the one V E It SO It they had left tho night before Tho solitah of from thoeo eooroos urUo Inroe ftrarlIheae ry rock with its horrid association of a tb dUeotes of Uie human raoe i IVo o deud body in chains was suggestively noar Indicate tbotr extttunco Kptom Borrela costtve tick Uad No onn rpoke of this as the too near aMkfaline aOer eatlne aralon to lltiht came down and rtvealad it Yet all ertloa of bodr r mind Eructation mtriU A ftellsis or baTtag sseilcted thought of it The willows broadened and aaaae Amy IMnlneo FlntUiinB at the tho valley widened up this little rivulet ileart Dels belter tha a veahlKklrool Ores Urine joniaiaa-ja-- that et nlrect r and iho grass waa rank and abundant plana tho use of n romody In iho dewy ontheUvoT AsaUvermodlotuerorTllilm Quail were heard Jicro Jilplrg nAM uu nuuiuai iu riLanavo 8km M awo prompt at romoTlng uram A flock of prairie hons flew over rtltooy ana - bcaiand tetlloJ down within near gunshot ail lmpantlon tnrougti tiieto mvu tearpitxlnoing the earra of dlgonlon rifnlar Mools aampo I nt no man thought of raiting his gun clear oona Mte 33aanclYlKoroubody pcVTVltVltslM Thi report would possibly bring tho un welcome guest tho ghostly shadow whom wltli daUy work una io a perfect nil weio hoping as thoy prepared their hrraklust keeping iho smoke subdue i had goiio down In tho sea of salt Ono of Ihomonvjho were tyatchlna the In ok he saw a wl4 creature Untly to a Qtoasr Buck by a alnglo ni cuttlo ilcelf red Sold rltoatlon of tut Dnt receiptby prugUU Suddenly and beforo it In hn willuis o I er tent by oxpreM onBtroot New York OfflcA tl Murray wusyct quite dawn Nettlu Isnunotva MMML rilltWlRECEIPTl terrified and half naked wqman crojitjnto What o slghll Woods wore not camp hese willows wero he abundant horc only Mn4fpToteotJqii in hlch any fugl ilvn mlirhtflnd shelter tbn Whola rfuin Aid litro shu hail been hldingaround lhlng ou bcrcies lecplnt In tbo willows h LMENTS f03 C11APTEKIII IXST WOMAN iiOSTIT rrirrr FiTXs fl OCR lj J U Â¬ in yt Continued nit week tut is stated that MrvWalteraon believes bo the Ablest of living poll Whenever Mr Wattorson goes to licians Washington Mr Arthur invites him to din mirr tGUsgqw Tjmciv It Mr Arthur lo lltTI fL I HIEIDT Tboprcsldontlsfondof lavcndertrousori It ts evident that Mr Attbur cun not bo Wayne MucVcaghs ideal president Think of an ideal president in lavender trousers Dispatch -U- lchmnndtV What cnniufckttitdotjiriiri Glustfow TiPK FREDRICA STREET - Tin can Tho Now York Free Trado Clab dinner 011110 night ol the 16th instant wua a notable political evcal in that it brought out from Spenker Carlisle a brief speech that will he quoted and quoted again d urine the approachisg campaign We reproduce this ndmitable speerh below from the Now Yark Herald of the Ifitl Mr ImcniucaT and Qcntlcmkn or thk Clur I would taeold indeed if I were not profoundly grateful for this very friend ly reception It is so much more thau I expected or had any rixht to expect that I feel myself wholly unable to express my appreciation of it I am obliged lo you alto for the opportunity to say a few words in responso to iho loast which is announced Although of course it will be impos sible undir the clrcuruitaticiS to do justice to tho subject and perhaps I shall not con 6ue myself very closely to it Ceitalnly I shall uol attempt to do more than call your attention to one or two of the most con spicuous advantages conferred upon the Americas peoplo by the union established in 1789 Tbo formation of that anion peaceable and voluntary under a constitution which made such radical changes in tho relation previously existing bolween the seicral Btates themselves and between them and the general government was undoubtedly ono of tho greatest political achievements of modern times It is difficult lo say which is the more entitled to our admira tion the statesmanship of the men who framed the constitution or the patriotism and intelligence of the people of the several states who ratified it and made it for themselves and their posterity iho supreme law of the land Applause It is I think safn to assert that in no other part of the vorld could such a- fundamental change have been so peaceably made at that time and perhaps it is equally safe to say that it cruld not have been mude here twenty or thirty years later Why and how this union was formed are historical questions which it would he superfluous and in fact impossible to ditcuxs upon this occasion What benefits what advantages it has yielded or conferred upon us how its bonds shall bo strengthened and tho pros Â¬ perity of all its parts increaied and perpetuated are questions which challenge our uttenlion constantly Ihe old confederation possessed no meats of sustaining itself Iu fuct it was It had no hut a fcLcleton of a government power to impose taxes cr to regulate comIt had but merce or to administer justice one of the essential departments of a real oven the legislatureand government that was defective and almost impotent Each state bad the right to lay imports and duties subject only to the condition that lhey should not interfere with treaties entered into by the United States in congresk assembled with foreign kings princes or There was no limitation whatever states upon the power of any state to Impose duties upon the products of any other American state brought within its limits for sale For the purpose of raisor consumption ing a reenue or for the purpose of encouraging its own domestic manufactures the stata of New York had full power to Imposo any rate of duty it might see fit to ettab lieh upon the products of New Jersey aud tho state of Now Jersey possessed the tamo power in respect to the products of Now York If the doctrine of protection is what its friends claim if its application to infant industries in new states cuablcs them to overconio natural disadvantages and to secure a higher degrco of prosperity than would otherwiso be attainable it must be admitted that tho arrangement existing under the confederation was a vise ono and Ap- Â¬ ought never to have been disturbed plause But gentlemen the framers of the constitution tho men who founded this federal union did not think so Applause They believed that freo trade absolute free trado between tho several states was imperatively demanded by tho interests of And accordingly lhey adopt tbo people ed ibis provision as a pnrt of the constltu lion without n single dossenting vote No state shall without ibo consent of concrcts lay any imposts or duties upon imports or oxports except what may ho ab solutely necessary for executing lis inspection laws and the net proceeds of all duties or imposts levied by any state ou imports or exports shall be for the us of the treasury of tho United Btates aud all such laws shall be subject to the revision and control Applause of congress It is troo that Mr Georgo Clymcr of Pennsylvania said in the convention while this subject was under consideration that if the states have such different interests that they cannot be loft to regulate their own affairs without encountering the inter- Â¬ est of other states it is proof that they are Apaot fit to compose ono nation But he stood substantially alone plause and in bis opposition to this provision when the vote was taken not a single state was recorded against it Thus fice trade was established by the constitution not only between be states then existing but between all tho state that might thereafter exist as members of and I applause union tbo federal venture lo boliovo my friends that the moat ardont advocate of the prqcptixe sjstem will radmt that tbo wonderful growth arid prosperity of this country are attribuiablo to this provision moro largely Applapsaj than lo any other one1 thing With frc ioramercial intercourse between the states our own internal commerce has steadily and rapidly grown until liamouuis nioro to thousands of millions of dollars than pno hundred and twenty thousand mtiss of railroad nave been roustrutUd fyvr which Almost iquumvrablo trains aro at Delmoulcos Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ constantly passing carrying manufactured and other nrliclet of commerco from stato lo state while enr great watsrway are crowded with steamers and barges and other craft laden with the products of every The markets of New pari of the union York aro free as tho markets of Philadelphia to tho iron and stetl and con of Pennsylvania as free ns tho markets of Savannah or Mobile or Charleston for tho cotton and tho fruits of the south What a different picture this country presents from what it would have pre sented if tho policy of rettriciion and protection bad prevailed among tlio states as it has prevailed fur so many years bolween the United States aud foreign Under the liberal nations Applaitc policy established by the constitution our and means of internal communication transportation have increased and aro still iucreaiiing while under the restrictive and obstructive policy ofcoagrcsiour nicrthaut marine ouco the source of pride and profit has almost disappeared from tho teas aud unless something can be dune to arrest its further decline it will disappear entirely Free commercial intercourse between tho states bus increasid trade promotid the development of cur lesourcet fostered agriculture and manufactures and ndded untold millions to the wealth uf the people while the protective rsieiu luaintuincd by congressional legislation has to n large extent at least shut us out from the markets of tho outside world limited production substantially to the demands of home consumption and iu many cases uctually anestcd the deit lopineut of grvnt Applause Under industrial interests this system when any highly protected manufacturing industry has icacbed a stage of developement which enables it to supply tho home demand its growth must virtually cease because its products cun Aphavo accua to 110 other market plause Tbo constitution sot only prohibited the states from laying imports or duties upon imports or exports but it expressly delegated to congress the power 10 luy and collect taxes duties imports and excises to pay its debts and provide for the comThis is mon defence aud general wolfure simply the powr to raise revenue for pubCheers lic purposes It is wholly to separate and distiact from the regulate commerco between tho United States and foreign nations and ninocg the several slates and with the various Indian tribes which is confurred by another clause Tho two powers were of the constitution delegated for entirely different purposes and it is a monstrous abuse of the power of taxation to use it uot fur ihe purpose of raising revenue but for tbo purpose of reguliitiug or pruhihitiuj commerco Cheers It is if possible a still greater abuse of that power to employ it for private Appluue instead of public purpeses Let 110 ono I pray you misunderstnnJ me upon this point The experience of maukind has shown that it is almost if not quite impossible to devise any system or scheme of duties upon imports that will not to a greater or lees degree either injuro or benefit private industrial interests aud I have never hesitated to say that I would rather benefit them than injuro them but what I mean to assert is that when the primary or principal object of tho tax imposed by public authority is to foster a private interest it is not a legitimate use of the power of luxation but is simply Cheers spoliation Whether what is called protection direct or incidental is or is not really beneficial to protect industry is a question about which I imagine there will never bo anything liko perfect unanimity of opinion But whatever may bo our opinions upon that question most of us will agreo I think thut thero mny be conditions under which it might not bo wise lo oiako a sudden change ovon from Applause a bad policy to a good one Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ commercial rrgulnllon In tlmo of pence only fur purposes 11I protecting nrd foster ing legitimate trude will strengthen tbo anton Insure tho prosperity of the jeoplf aud perpetuate the system of government under which wo live For mysolf Mr Chairman I will cheer fully cooperate with all men and alt organizations by whutcvernamo they mny be known Iu all proper efforts to bring about this grand result Applause SCHOOLVAMDFEOERAL AID COMMON Ihe silly twnddlo of the Courier Journal tt id gtntt cmne in opposition to it is very likely to pass tho bill appropriating tho surplus revenue In the treasury to the several slates to bo used for educational purposes and since In tin event of its pass age Kentucky will come in for 600000 n primely donation ihe question very naturally arises what is to be done with it Are we prepared just now to receive it nnd to take tbo rroper euro of it We all mini be aware that it is sadly needed if we will but reflect upon tho fact that per cent of our population aro in a slate of illiteracy but the question is how nro we to np- ply this so that it may accomplish thoo ject for which it is iulendid If I am not mlntukou according to Mr Willis bill the money appropriated by congress is to be placvd in the Lauds of the school authorities of the various states to be expended as the other funds fur school purposes Ir our stale it would fall into ihe hands of the superintendent of public instruction who is bound by law to expend all money pluced nt his disposal iu payment of leath ers salaries and the conduct of the sjs To devote this sum of money ex lorn clusively to ihe payment of teachers would according to my way of thinking be sum ma dcmtiiliae Not that teachers saluries do not need supplementing not that they are puid now what tkeir services entitle them to far from that Tho teachers of the state are poorly aid and this nppli catiou of this fund would raise the saluries to a respectakle size But we must look beyond the limits of the present and tee the effect of such action Theso appro priations will not go on always they teuse after ten years After they stop where is the salary to come from Will we not be worse off thnn now Wheio will lasting benifit uccrue to the BUte by this plan The fundamental idea of nil successful common school syteici ii district taxation Of all the states Kentucky is iu this matter furthest behind The peoplo of the statu have never yet realized that tho state fund is not and nevef was intendid to support the schools but only in nn aid in their suppurt Many of the northern stutea whoso schools are their ride initcaj of their shame havo slute aid to a uut much greater degree than wc in Kentucky They however know the secret and make their schools effectuo by taxation Some few localities in this state havo wuked up aud are Irjing the salutary cfleeU of this plan but tho majority nre Mill groveling Nuw if this uid comes in suflicieut quantity to pay Increased salaries to teachers for a term of years will not these districts that now havo a tax be Inclined to dispense with it and those others he further away thun over In other words this money thus np phtd would kill the germ of succesaful cemmon school syiloais district taxation Again another grievous fault with our system is the incflicioncy of teachers Not one fourth of the teachers in the common schools of the state are ically qualified us they should be for filling tho important positions lhey occupy Are these teachers who now tench for the public money or a little more entitled to nn increase of pay without a corresponding increnso of capaci ty I should sny not And if nn increnso in capacity is desired should not tho means ho furnished by which this improvement may be effected It 1b evident to any ono that a system o normal schools such as many of our northern states have is iho desideratum just hero If you will pardon uie for ray boldness I will mnke n suggestion or two which in my humble opinion are good ones as to tbo disposition to be madoof the fund In the first placo a portion of this fund but ntt a verv great umounl of it should be applied to the payment of teachers This would be plainly felt by iLctn all over the state and be some stimulus to them while it would leave the greater portion of the fund lo bo more wisely appliod A respectable portion should b used in the estsblishmuut ot the normal schools to which reference ha been made in which aie to be educated those teachers who are to be worthy of tb increased salary We must have better teachers Money alone iu payment of increased salaries to teach ers will not secur gpod schools There must bo bettor qualified teachers who by tbiilr superior qualifications can raise tho standard of ssbools Iu our statu and these ara to bo Iho pioduct of iucrcssed advan tages offered to thsm for their improve- mut liy far tne greater part of the donation each year should go for the establish Â¬ ment of a permanent fund safely Invested absolutely for the benefit cf common schools and never to be touched for any As tho donations other purposo whatever como nn during the ten years as the bill provides tho normal schools will bo Increasing the number of good teachers and as they aro all the tlmo Increasing iu num ber and influence tbo fund Is all tho tlmo Increasing With more good teachers throughout tho state an Interest In education w bo created and when tho peopld see Iho advantages to result from thfs kind ol system they will racot tho generosity of the slate with a local tax sufficient to bring Iho prn rata each year up to such a figure as will enablb Iho dlitilot lo employ a Theli may Kentucky qualified teacher be enabled to drive front her countenance the blush of ehume which a must infamous Kdltor Ilreckcnrldge News Now that congress nolwithitanding WEBSTER the mud It soems as if winter never is going to break up But never mind iho weather but got up nnd double shuffle fur wo aro going to have a new storo in Wobstor right soon It is progressing very fust and wll toon bo open with a full line aud lha latest styles of spring goods which will bo showed to one and all by tho intelligent lilllo clerk O II Adkison Girls do not stand and talk 10 him 100 much for he in so bashful and does not liko to be teased abount the girls Ho patient for fear he faints and there will be no water nigh Mike Matheny has extended his shop back ucross his lot and hoisted his bellows to theToof to givo room for his many coktomors1 and largo stock of goods Call and examine his work bofum Wvimr I Oh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tl town Â¬ William Sluughtor shoemakers shop has opened up a patch- Â¬ Half soling nnd Â¬ Â¬ por Â¬ ing neatly done on short notice Mr T W Morcdock has retired from tho mercantile life sold out and gone to farming that is be will when winter hreuks Ho has 2 hogs 1 cow horn-- 1 cat himself wifo and littlo Jim Kasey all of which moke u nico little group Where could wo find another such ono God knows I Horace Stuart and Brother have started iheir saw mill in what is called Pollys Hollow about two miles from Webster They nre sawing some nico lumber und cheap too All orders strickly attended to on short notice Miss Uatto Horace has bought him a cookiug stove wants some Â¬ body to cook and you are hardly largo enough Are you uot sorry Somebody elso has como back to town to live in the house thut T W M - Iclt He is living ull alone all alone wishing for sumo one to come Mr A Board of this place says that ho is going to Hurry this full So puis you inmt set your trap soon for bo is n map of his word Mr Clint nnticiputcs taking Ihe samo step Wo will havo to be very particular us lhey aro both old bachelors and will he hard to plcnse Wo must try nnd do to suit them and porhnps seme of us will reap a great harvest Mr Tim Jourdnn has more company than any ono elso on Sunday Ho has ull of the boys there I did not know thut he was so attractive at nil that Ho wauls the boys to help Jimmio to breuk tho calves to 1 work Â¬ Â¬ manufacturing interests have Wktn grown up under a high protective system and in a scries of years have adjusted themselves to it and when those engaged in thorn have becomo accustomed to rely upon tho bounty of the government for supportit might be Injurious nnd even disastrous to them lo suddenly ropaal or Such a course grcutly reduce the duites would seriously alarm many who havo employed their capital in theso enterprises and when capital is really alarmed even thongh it be without cause the result for the time being at least Is the same as if For these wero really danger there reasons if there were no others it has always bean my opinion that it is iho duty to proceed carefully and of congreHi conservatively tn its legislation on this huving due regard at applause subject every step to the Urge interests involved In otbr words I am in favor of a reformChters But ation nut a revolution Mr President this process of reformation must go on until the power of taxation Is used only for proper purposes Thera mutt chser nor any be no step backward deviation from correct principal aud sound A I have already briefly intima policy ted this federal union I a commercial a Politically we ara well as a political ono free commercially we are not When our ancestors determined o rebel against the British system of govornmeut In America ono of tho principal causes alleged in the Declaration of Indepcndonco was that it had out off their trade with all parts of the world Is it not strange my friends that tho government established over his people by iho samo men will persist In tho nialutenauco of a policy which must ultimately produce substan tially the same result namely the editing off of our trado wih all parts of tho world Lot us see to It the foundation Applause for such an accusation against the govern Â¬ ment ol tbo union is removed as speedily HI admit AnplausQ at vircumHarccs Taxation only for the purpose of raising revenue tor he public uio applause Â¬ Thomas L Suydcr was iu town last Sunduy spending the dny with his bachelor brother Call again Thomas The hard wind is blowing all tho fencing doAu around herd Miss Mury Aekins has been spending a few weeks iu Mendc county with her sister Mrs Brown but has returned to bring happy smiles to little Bobs fnce for you ull kiow as well as I do that ho goes thero eight nights in every week I think thoy will step off pretty soon if thero is nothing to prevent Miss Aunie why dont you como down Clint looks to lonesome totoHnsomo Como duwn aud cheer him up and seo if ho will look or ficl any belter Look oui girls Harry Norton hns bought himself a furm Ho will ivunt somebody lo keep houso for him Miss Lula when did you hear frm Dick or Texas I mean Kxcuso mo for I often make mistakes of thut kind you know Mr Georgo K Chick of Eminence was in town Inst week tho gucU of dipt A S Kngllh Â¬ Â¬ I do believo wo havo tho healthiest neighborhood in Iho stale No oue sick cvtry body in good health ul the ptckent time and hope it will coutinuo tho same Daid Crawfoid still nosses tho crek when he can nnd when he cuut b goes all the way round Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Big com t day iu town last Saturday The big hop is over nud no person hurt Good order vvns iu town and nt tho hop You bet that fellow knows how to ktep It lliogirlilookeil so nvat nud trim and willng to dancototho muiie Mr Xicks you must let thoso fnee curls of Miss Elistas nlono for I know that yon can not straighten them You mutt look ut somo others and dout buther yoursolfor ride through tie mud to sun thorn fur it will do you no good as I am acquainted with that yonug lady rpysulf You must look for somo other point Boys do not all of you go to Mr Tirae but come and tee uie soiun of ypn Hnrry N dont givo that gal so much candy Givo some to me Sho is so littlo that nhcii spilng opens ibe boos will carry her away What is n TDpound wifo good for Sho could not pick iho ducks or gooto But ynu might put her upon tho inautlo nud look ut her while 3 ou do tho cookiug Well I will closo by saying good byo to Nicks and Daity Doan It hns been long ilrae since I wrote tn Ihe NkwJ but hopiug to do belter I will wish good duck to tho Nkhth nud remain us ever 11 Blimnrk iho iron prince In vjew of ihq recent occiirr roncei ho might l6 termed tho pig irou prince Courier Journal Is proud of being called i SiiV Mt Mt MpaitifMtk -- visssji vii j 1 nwxin 1 fnp B3 ITV ti jMllQI Breckenridge News Bxaj WEDNESDAY TIIK LAW Visitor With n full heart nud wet eyes do we pen this feeble tilbuto to the memory of fdftor t lip dtur old prelHte whose death it is our WALLACE GRUELLE painful fortune to record 8itnu the roJ ami make n burglar Is We had known Ilishop Kavnnaugh frim the proper mnlern rending nf an old saw our infancy Wo knew him when n young Ir Missouri wanted to sell the Melon mnn ho was juM entering upon the career of Jesse Jume South Carolina would pny that gnvo him famo and mnde his name a houseliold word among all the peoples of her Ck1i or It We knew htm when acknowltlio laud Tub iciiublicBii parly hua no convle edged as n forceful logician nnd eloquent Patriot Too pulpit orator and zealous worker in the lions IJInrrlslnrg Pa Masters vineyard ho was choien from iimiir bribed juries eli n rong his fellows to assume the bishops Sin Joiiv Cam once vranlcd to mnrrv mllro which for thirty years lie woro with Pitti but he refused him because she did the dignity becoming the high ollico and not want lo be turned into a Pattl Cuke the humility becoming oua who is but as Christ brother child Sutv Short Laak was mnrtied to Tom n littlo pcoplo led by have hisand known here seen A our in the country the other day Turning baik our him Its a loin Lsne that has no Turninc in city in the lew brief visits he has pnidfully wo have seen and known him for Urpckcnridtfe county Affable sociable joyous in filly years jrrlion Inokiihoii Is said to hue lost 100- - disposition n denr lover ol harmless fun a The child nmong children yet n mnn yen a 000 in Colorado mining speculations dctils money turns lo ashes is a Spanish very Saul among mcu it was hard for rovorb he may now endorse any one lo meet him nnd not respect bim to know him nnd not Invo him For sixty An Ohio convict has declined n pardon yenrs he battled in ihe front rnnk of the Courier Journal llccause ho imagines army of the Lord nnd at 3 oclock on the that he holds nn office and an Ohio man morning of the 19th instant nt Columbus would rnther die than dive up nn ollico Miss when death struck him down he fell with his harness on at tho ngc of fourTariff reform is not a matter of policy but of principle If the democrats in con score years and two with mind ns keeu nnd bright ns ever it was with eye undim Kress should be guilty of mistaking ihs lat ined with form stout and upright with ter for the former iliey will dig the grarc heart undaunted nud with courage undis ol their jmrty tnnyed Hubbard Hinde Kavnnnugb was born in Tiie conversion ol Mr Pulitzer of the or near Winchester Clark county Ky on Kew York World from rampant repubii His father ennism to democracy is of loo recent n the 11th day of January 1802 date fur him to be delivering lectures lo had been a minister of the Methodist de but in conseMr Catlislc or any other lifelong demo nomination in Virginia quence of his mairiage with Miss Hinde n lotv asprntions crnt Star Ky Mr McII Mcndor Big Spring Ky Mr Visgil Hnrdin daughter of Cnpl Hinde of the British arHail and farewell good bishnpl MM MMP M Holt Ky and Dr F Lightfoot Fordsvillo Ky MW Tiik dynamite reformers will soon have my tho discipline1 nt that day enjoining iTARDiNSBURG wag driven celibacy upen tho olergy--h- e Cinno country they can call their own to tako orders in tho Episcopal church cinnati News Journal They wont hey Clenn your house THE RAILROAD ERA What hns become ol that country the nntne and wns pastor of a congregation at Louis Heelers Seed potnloes nt Bcnrd In ono quarto voL cloth Eaohwork of which begins with II and ends with ville at Iho time of bis death in the year oompioto Richard Mny has returned lo Illinois 1 Macnnlsys Bisayi 8 Carlylos II 1807 The mother of the luturo prelate Tho conrti use fence is gelling shack Eeaoys O 3 Charles worlhi Iiifo of How married twice subsequently and resided In ling M Charles Klnsloya Town land UU1 Tiik Meade county people neednt get Clark county during the lifetime ot her Geology Thomas Iiusbes Alfred tho Charles Oclzn has moved his family to Great it Disraelis Calamities of Authors mad at the Louisville Commercial for mis second husband and in Madison county town 8 Domoi 7 Buaklas Ethlosof tho Dust 3 Toluxnw fj Jlunklns thenes Orations ttiking Dr Iusey for a Dreckcnridge with her third companion where she died Willie Beard is the hnppy father of a or Headings in Modern Frondes Arrats 10 county boy The doctor is such n fine in 1852 Sho bad been noted for her beau- gfrl baby Painters 11 Emporor Marcus Aurollue Thoughts Charles Klngaleys Uormits looking and truly good man that the mis ty learning nnd piety in herynunger days Thoso lawyers nro gentlemen of elegant 1 Tennysons Idyls of tho Kings UjLa leisure martinos Jem of Aro take was most natural and in old ago traces of tho former ro In all It Tolamts bound in one large qaarto of nil kinds of Bcnrd it Heeler keep C70 piRca betna equlralcnt to 2C80 ordnary pages mained with her wbilo she added other patent medicines 8U7JPlllCU Mtts Ansa Oldham Cuiik the lata state store lo bcr learning nnd her piety growSomebody will see to it that Hardinsburg Hoyt Ward Cyclopodla librarian died at Si Josephs Infirmary ing nnd increasing with years shone like n gets a billiard table Your prjtttt jrulH k gooJbfala to hfaphj Louisville last Vcdncsdny night aged XI lamp in the city of her life To tho teachCharley Heard has gone to Louisvillo to 30ooo Quotations Prose and Poetry it tmtcUuircaU I achurxmtnjl qUu ctnturj years She was n nativo of Louisville but John Hanamakcr 2tilaUphia 50600 Lines of Concordance enter the Business Collg ings of this mother in Israel does MethodoA Hall Irtcemmcnd Vic undtrULing Tho only Cyclopodla of Quotations In rsided with n relative at Eliznbethtown ism owe the great prophet whose loss it Lewis Brothors k Co will occupy tho DD tho English Language from her lifteonth year until htrmnniage Heston storehouKe n V fleratni By louw odds tbe boat book mourns to day Our Standard Library booka fur 18 eonta with tie Into Dr Jjhn L Cook of HenderMr Tico Jollv was appointed constable slid 23 cent us about bo hio of this eutiro of qnotatlons In existence In the year 181 3 at the ngc of thirteen Baro islno to the Wendell 1uUUps I last wek fur this district son who fell a victim lo yellow fever at ndvortisomontl Tho typo in soholar young Kannnugh was apprenticed to John lies OUrer Wendell Hickman six yenrs ago Left with scarce nearly all tho books aro Small open dUtlonarles It Iolmest It and near my Bion Jolly is with Mr Jumes Gardner Lisle then editor nnd publisher of the Is a massive i tee in the dry goods business ly any menns with two hildren tosupport Pica jiho Bizo usod in Ihis sen Â¬ volume Western Citizen nt Paris Ky to learn the Postl Ioalon id the onlyIndtspenrablo rs Worcestir or flio took up he burden of life as became a tence Each book is printed Webster It Arthur Board went lo Louisvillo last stanuardbook of quotations priming business Two years before the on nno laid paior and la bound In a durilils Iionilon Haturitay KoviewrA thoroughly braru Christian vtomnn and sought for expiration of the term of his apprentice week to get a position as salesman haaiteomo paper coverwltli tUs naruoprlntoa good ploce of work on tbe back cud tide U 8 Senntor Bdmnmls mentis to enrn n repulablo living Thcot It is tho best It it reported that Mr Doornctto will hip Mr Lisle rolcnscd him from his inwork ot tho kind with which I am acquainted fice of state libratinn was about to become opposition for the shcritrs race JEx Spenkcr HumUlli 15 CENT BOOKS I consider it tho dentures in order that he might work for hnve no best bonk of quotations I hayo seen nud she offered for the position Highway of lttoratnre By Fnics Micuiit Beard it Bceler huve just received n nges having become n rapid and accurHoyaluTO orer WOrogoi irlescloth 5 cheep American Iluiltni Uti Bjr U Wiis Her race is hititoric as her triumph ai ate compositor nnd assist his mother He new stock ol s r n goods Give them a Jtlumu and Ulitry of buporflunui S0MJ Man Vj tbo great Russian noTfllst Tvn- call A New Work or Uioat Importance So well did she perform the duties great subsequently worked nt the cuso in Win axxizrr Horzog ol the office tliut she wns re elected without Chester Tho billinrd tnbles seem In have got the Clinrlutto Urouo By L O Hollowjlt wo have forgotten the name of the Jtlxlmaltnn By Julian IliwTuonNE bulge on tlio Methodist revival at Clover pirution of her sec trouble Ilefure the The kbore are oiu of our IS coot books Â¬ paper but think it was the Kentucky AdBy Philip SchaiT DD LLU port ond term she was seized with consumption Aesislod by 438 ct tho Ablest Scholars In vertiser in C nlhiana on tre Guardian ol CENT BOOKS Yvnt Skillman will not get oF this season tho World knowlcdgo that she could not re and lie With Iho Ioeli By Canon Pacius Completo in 3 euperroyal SvotoIs doublo column Liberty Cargill and Keeiiou publishers that girl has gone buck Fact ib lilfo of Crnimroll By Iaxtom Hood cuwr led O the selection of Mis Virginia and in Augustu where ho was editor and o i bim we believo Mornan Oil 8TD Trlnltythurcb NYi ICssayt of Qrortfe Kllot Compute Uusurpasjed by anythln piuljshed 1 Iiiiion to succeed her Mrs Cook wns a printer of Tho Merv a boot of travol By ODohovaw A work of value the Wcslern Wntcbmnn Ho Judge Boards son Milton is clerking Bombara Puzxlo novbl By IUduibIKnry Wanl lleecheri immense InTsluablo for remarkably hnndsoino lady and probably ton author of Helens Bablm scopo of subjects for richness of knowlodLC and united with the Methodist church at Paris for J A Witt nud Mr Jesse Eskridgo is The abore aro omo of our SS oint booLs tor Rentxal reliability ofjedement the bcMt rend woman in Kentucky Ol in 1817 nt tbe age of fifteen and at once with Con HalTey Send for Descriptive Circular DUlion Htmpsoni ltls vcry valuablework strong intellect and untiring industry began a course of theological reading with Bvcry subject that rtUlcs Ij rrllclon tbeohgy Those flood sufferers about ten miles tbellble MBBSORKB AND E1ID2E scholar Itt is treated In this work by a rtci Lulid there were but few bnncbes of literature the intention of ultimately adoptiug the back of Cloverrort at last accounts were a complete library on tbesisuljec s A NEW BOOK she did not explore and master Of win still coming in calling Tor rations broucbt down to XIHH Ho bthertyilopmhacsntaXe ministry for a calling n joiquin srnxEB Its flace some appenrnuce and winning presence Women had better begin to save up all rrice per sot cloth 818 00 aheep M0 Send 25 cent f xr tbja book m sample ot His first attempts nt preaching were Bustles aro to tboso chose books by the ablest of American the old newspapers about vivacious and original slo was not only n History and European vrritors nmong tho colored people n training nil be worn much larger hence than heretorlmrming but most entertaining converca ThU irreit work cloth for 37V nntTl recently the old time candidates for the Methodist fore sold lor t 00 Complete with all indexia in two Bpnrgoona Iiifo Work tionalist When the teal of death wns Where would man bn without womnn David ito vols Porter free of Vale College says Noah placed upon her lile Kentucky lost one of pulpit in ihe south wero compelled to un Knights Is the host bi torr of Lnelsudror thn is rather a foolish To be completed In aeren Tele alx cow Tlint ln r loveliest nnd brightest daughters a dergo before they were permitted to break asks a writer general reader uw unu yv lb queslioi Just as well nsk where would f ihe breal of life to white audiences In saya For Instruetlon Bpnr London Standard I This work I thnrnr John Hall well ns one o herbrnvert May lie bright woman be without man I uev uisiury uiAiigau tuaiwo pussoss Con a war is wiuioui an eqnu 1822 at the ngo of twenty the quarterly tlowc s bloom upon and softest zephyrs eit Tor thirty da s after this advertisement annearj we will Mr James Ilobards hns moved out to conferenco at Ml Sterling granted him ex allow 20 per ocnt discount on 20 00 worth of our books to one address tbo money to accompany iuu the turf that covers her his nicle All farm nnd taken possession the order Ii or tors license His trial sermon was Alfred has given him control of the entire SATISFACTION GUARANTEED I UtbebookadonotfiiveaatlaflteUontheymaybe 18211 roturned two days after rocolpt and the money refunded tho purchaser to pay tho return freight preached in September before a farm being unable hlmsell to manage it JUSllKS ny otKe alow boclt tent potlpaU en rtctipt nprtct Cirruorr firtr o board of critics nt Augustn of which BBhop Gooige F Pierce of tlio M E WAQNALL3 Publishers 10 and la Dey St New York FUNK Ainu was on Kve angelist President John P Finlcy of Augustn Col- Â¬ Church South had eleven dollars and his -- KS M3- - Canrassers Wanted for Babscrlptlon Books lege was tho chairman and so well did ho wife five making sixlvcn dollars in nil Tub wages of Spring aro dew every night when they started out in life forty five ncqult himself that they unanimously OT JHeatlOst UBtr In which won sec the advertisement y ars ogo who truBts is the merchant Tiik merchant recommended the annual conference who butts Mr Hoswell ought to get nn improved which usseiubled at Maysville in tho folTub so called protective policy is legal lowing month lo crnnt him full liceuso to Bo a dus Kicko nnJ turn it Inoso on that howiing mob that congregates in front of ized robbery preach His npplication wns successful tho post ollice door while the mail is being Tin fates in which farmers should trust and ho wns admitted lo the ministry on distributed He was eent un the Littlo Sandy trinl phosphates The bonid of health in thoir circular to some very the public Jlduk not a man by his glove It may circuit and for several years kept in fields suggestions inuko the health ofseasonable the public Fur whero tho labor was of the hardest and the Lide n dirty hand ihcv order that all tho well cisterns cellars remuneration scant Hut he wai never and backwards be cleaned nt once lADKIryour own tnnoe young man If heard to complain His heart and soul Eli Roberts colored n notorious thief you havent n canoe then paddle a joe boat weio enlisted in the cause he had espouswas sent to jail last week for breaking open ed and all his while his body was gaining James Halls trunk and taking his clothing WtirN nn accident is probable nbsence of body is preferable to presence of mind the wonderful physical strength that re- Bill Hit nes will give him n free pass to Â¬ trained with him to the last while his intel- Frankfort when ho comes around next week Tin man who spends his time watching lect was maturing deepening broadening his neighbors garden will let his own run Thcro was a sudden call from Frankfort and gathering store of poetic remembrance last week for nn indefinite number of to wccdi from Iho grandeur and beauty of the unarmed Breckenridge people lo go up Sum ivan the pugilist may not be a Mo mountain teencry that afterward supplied thero and devise means to deleat tho new Mr Green is neither dead liuiiimcdun but he is unquestionably a pleasing and picturesque illustrations to county project niutcle mun tho eloquence now winning as socg and nor sleoping The lawyers of this placo who witnessed Ir goli wore ns easy to fim by him who harmenious as music now grand and the filing of about twenty or thirty suits seeks it ns trouble there would be no pov- organ like as the voico of the wind among here last fall nro not unaware of tho fact tho pines now rugged as the cliffs and that the thing is getting no better towards erty ir toe world now soft and tho dawn of spring sublime ns tho mountains Tho usual number 17 comes nntural to ODonovan ICossn pleasing ns tho tinkling of brooks in tho used lo be from eighty to ono hundred J hey are nnd his gang to be always mad depth of the forest now filling tho soul of ench fall nnd spring Now some wonderFRONT AND LOCUST STREETS ful mnn will sny this speaks well fcr tho unlives of Ire land the hearer with calm pleasure akin to tho countr but it is no such thing for a conn Tub tenth Kentucky district is rcprfsrnl placid ecstney with which one views tho ty that cant support n respectable judiciu- ed in congress by a White man with the beauty and glory of tho heavens on a clear id in litis uny nnd timo ought to bavo her summer night nnd anon penetrating to o head cracked iniuiuors of a nigger Tho Chntaiiua Literary Society gnve n and heating up tho heart ns tho suns rays Tub knights of old nit at Arthurs round MANUFACTURERS OF moinorinl entertainment at tho residence penetrate and heat up tho pulses ol the ol Bro Gardner n week or so ago Miss table hut tho nights cf Washington arc earth that subsequently distinguished his Anna L Gardner read n paper giving h passed round Arthurs lablo pulpit utterance history of the society from its birth nt Liiiiktv and labor nro Iho noblest pro Among thoso who knew him well and Lake Chataqua up lo tho present timo ritgativcfl of imiti provided lie dsesnt lake thoroughly appreciated Ida sterling quali- Â¬ Other papers wero read by different mem bers of the society Thcro was some music the liberty to sienl nnd then be compelled ties was Governor Chirk who nt tliu first and two hours spout vorv pleasantly Also dealers in nil kinils of Dressed nnd Undressed Lumber to labor in a striped suit organization of Ihe common school rystom Our recollection of Iho meeting only gives Persons con- Â¬ Hough Lumber tnkon in cxelutngo for Finished work society and Its prothis short notieo of the Wouin you find a man who never said in this slate in IBIIJ tendered him tbe ceedings In future wo will try and be templating Building or Impairing will find it to their interest to cull and ail unkind word of his neighbor and always position of superintendent of public cduca nioro olaborato sec 11s or writo for prices before purchasing clsowhcre Then go to lion Mr Knvnnaujli then thlrly seven turned u deaf ear to scandal On the second Sunday in this month nt Tho Highest Cash Price paid for Lumber accepted tho trust and so acceptably per the colored church Prof Henry Riley of grave ard for ho is not among the living Ma boh 10 1884 formed its duties that when Gov Wick color delivered a lecture op tho morals Tub New York Sun styles Mr lilatno n HrTo succeeded General Clark in the guber- und manners oi tho people The simple Yes ho is n hermit u hermit hermit announcement that Prof Riley would ad natorial office lip rcquosted him to contintags anil receive frts H 0 dress hit brothers mid sisters on that sub Â¬ Lei the presidential nominuliou be crab pcki ue in the position At iho expiration of ject drow together a very large congrega II hell at the hole ho occupies nnd Iho wsy t BOOU Mob will Wicklilles term Mr Kavnnaugh returned tion Hu got along swimmingly with his nil or either I clamp his claw on ii will bo a caution bnll lo tho active duties of the ministry which subject until Prof John Snyder aroso nnd tu mure uiuney rlgbt away than anjllilnn all took issue with him and told him that he In tbli world lortunei swalt tbe workefi ab im scoczurvi ci ro he never ugaln ubundoncd Mil Watteiikon Ih brainy nud brilliant had better talk temperance try and get the glutely lure At once mltlrrss Tsvs A Co HALF A CENTURY Hud he common sense and but erratic Auguitn Elaine In IrlJo Iio was married to an accom Â¬ darkies lo drink lew whisky and then Th bit BsindV tor Coughs Colds Drsswsv Prof discretion he would ben great man Among plished nnd wealthy young widow of Wood Â¬ their morals would be all right Ih and Mliu mtLsB luur lUaltbr Apixtiw Good UUstian ItaauUrltr ol ttts Dowe- l- A pro Tb Urg of thought nnd leadem of opin ford county Mrs Margaret O Green who Riley rot lied that inasmuch ns legem the creators clou noon to tlllcato rmiele aootblns and It snort man had ditlnraled his remarks he would ion Im is ns u flashing and short lived me- tbo Derroue fyetem and slln jtlfor and In 1825 nt tbe residence of proceed to dUiourn meat lots Md br nrusrsta eslla to ererr 1ie n terarcmncc For IarophleU flbro la bodj XHVLI4 etlCST iuiip iinni itin fiuilr LtnutnLf and eternul died in 1851 UkSddreeaC ilty oijill eh ut UAiiCA Ci58 man though all de iilgcu knows a lute lion Win K Wall In Cymblnno I tk cur vmicrs MARCH 2C uj ka van AM VA- - 1881 - 1 Â¬ Â¬ he espoused Mrs Martha P Low In a trust lovable Indy nlso a widow who was n daughter ol Cnpt Robert D Rlchnrdion a gallant officer of tho regular nrmy who survives him Uoth these marriages wore without Issue In 1851 nt the general conference of Iho South held nt Columbus M Ii Church On ho wns chosen lo the episcopal oflico by his peers and for sevcml jenrs prior In and nt tho timo of his decease wns the o ntor bishop the highest pus tion in the How he tcnintuined the temporal church honor and dignity of tlmt position nnd with what censftlens activity hepnrsucd tho calling of n minister of tho gospel even doing greater and more exhaustive work nfiir Im had nassed his three scoro Tenia nnd Ion than niKnv a clergyman nl half W Inn his nee coiilil or would linvo accomplished knowledge is trailer of currenl At the age of elghtylwo he hns fallen as we know he wirhed lo fall cared in full ar miT nnd with hN face In the enemy nl fouls It wns n grand life that ended Inst Wo incsdny morning in that littlo Missis Hill though he is dend he j et slpt i village liveth nnd Ihe rcmnrknblo ttory of his long nnd disliiigushcd nrcer will be told ages hence to the youth ns an Incentive In hon And it is n story Ihnl orable nmbitinn Dr Nackc who in u regular grniluntc of tlio Veterinary College y n Ihe ingenuity of the novelist could scarce construct Beginning ns an obscure of llunovcr Gernumy nnd Edinbitrg Seotlttnd tenders liis profession- Â¬ printers npprentice and running through al services to tho FarmerB and Stock misers of Breckenridge nud ad- Â¬ nil tho grndntonsol compositor editor ex counties horlcr circuit rider stationed minister of- jacent Dr Nnckc besides having been employed by the U S Govern- Â¬ ficer of stato bishop until il ended na su premo episcopal bend of one t tho largest ment ns veterinary surgeon has done a great deal of practice in Ken- Â¬ religious denominations of iho earth it is tucky and hns testimonials from ninny prominent citizens of Hardin indeed a enrcer to excite wonder evoke d Davfoss nnd this county to Ilia efficiency nnd skill in the treatment of miration and engender cmulaMori Among Ho makes a specialty of diseases of the the many distinguished sons Kentucky has diseases of Horses and Cnttlc contributed to Valhalla of American fame Eye and Hoof He has a blacksmith shop under his superintendence few of their nnmes will live longer In Ihe animals ntinnls nf mankind nnd none exercise n nt Webster where he pays particular attention to tho shoeing of plnced under his care on scientific and natural principles moic salutary influence over the mindsnnd mdrali of men than that of nubbard Hindo He has also secured the Training Track on the Basin Spring Farm Knvannuch and will break young wild or vicious horses cither to the saddle or bug- Â¬ god like God Pence to ihe manes of the loving lod erving bishop I I honh the gy nt 20 per month eloquence of his lips is hushed forever the He keeps constantly on hand nt his place in the town of Webster eloquence nf the fruits of his life in imper lot of trained and pedigreed riding and driving animals fur sale nges a a fine ishable nnd speakelh f Ihe future Hoping to receive the patronage of the stockmen of Breckenridge tongue may utter that lancnnite nn mortal that moves true and adjoining counties ho confidently refers all inquirers ns to his efli speech without words heart to brave deeds nnd pure minds to eiency to Dr Geo II Kurtz Webster Ky Dr Wm Milncr Union HORSES fc CTCeaUwiatuiAjiMMrBaiBaBMrafciMB DRY GOODS BY MAIL t EXPRESS SONS K J BACON LOUISVILLE KY WOP9KJPSaB6 DR ALBERT WE V S Vc tnkc great plensuro in announcing to the public that wc have now ready one of the largest moHt varied nnd complete lines of WEBSTER KY WHITE GOODS LACES AND EMBKOJDEKIES ever brought to thiBmnrkct Having placed our orders enrly lat Full buying goods in very large quantities directly from the manufacturer for cash we are enabled to offer buyers great inducements in any thing in our line WHITE GOODS India Linenlf JO 2Sc Victoria ces Plaid T EMBROIDERIES Â¬ Persian Lawns nnd Prin LnwmH012lS Paris and French Mull 1500 packages Striprd and lfi 20 25c LawnslB202Sc Naiiiaook10 Â¬ 12 50000 yds Hstnbur and Swim Embroideries in all widtli with an clepiint line of Insertions to match tnnuing in price 2c to 150 per jnrd 1 6000 yds Piqyc5 and Bjo 10000 yds Spanish Laces in Crrain and Black v 25000 yds Fnncy Lacos in Cicant nnd White 2 i 5 7 8c 50 000 yds Fancy LbcmQS 78 10 12J15 and25o LACES 0000 yd Cotton LacecA W J 3STOVEXjTZE3S in Embroidered nnd Lace Collars Ribbons White Lisle Thread and Ualbriggan Hose Mousquctnirc Button and Hook Kid Gloves in nil the latest spring shades Special attention is called to our immense line of Muslin Underwear which for quality make nnd style can not bo ex- Â¬ celled Chemise from 40c to 150 Skirts from 50c to 650 Night Robes from 8 lc to 350 Just opened a largo line of Infant Robes and Dresses Â¬ IN LITER VrTJItE 14 Volumes for 375 -- Â¬ Â¬ - Quotationo of MOURNING GOODS MOURNING GOODS Wc have just opened a very targe and handsome lino of Black Oash mercs Silk warp Henriettas Tamise Uarjion Cloth nnd Mourning Goods of all descriptions together with a large line of tlio celebrated world renowned Courtaulds Crepes for Trimming sP Veiling 1 Carpets a Decialtv uur carpet rooms are replete with tho largest and choicest lino of Carpets ever displayed in thn market Many of the designs were man Â¬ ufactured expressly for us and can not bo duplicated elsewhere Wo solicit n visit to this department when in our city whether you come with a view of purchasing or not Encyclopedia Gchaff of Religious Knowledge 25 f i llSfilorrODc Â¬ MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT Samples and prices ncnt by mail of nil kinds nf merclinndist with lie rjcccj t en of carpets free of charge We have a regular department under the tupertuiun ol ono of die firm for this branch of our business and will insure those entrusting their or dcrs to us that tbey tuny depend upon lmving them filled with the same promptness enre nnd nt the snmo prices as if under their own supervision In writinz please stato this paper Kncloso H cent stamp in sending for samples nnd plrase statf about the price goods wanted J BACON SONS Knights of England Tho Treasury of r I IONr crB Aoo3sr csoisrs Importers Jobbers Retailers LOUISVILLE KY CITY BAKERY F v- - DENT BASSETT CO AND CONFECTIONERY LEITCHFIELD KY Will Keep in Stock for the Spring Trade Sulky Plows Walking and Riding Cultivators Hoosier Grain Drills Hoosier Corn Planters B F AveSons Chill and Steel Plows ry Old Hickory Wagons Tobacco Grower Corn Grower Tobacco Compound Super Phosphate Bone Meal e c A FAHKEKBEKG EardirLSfouixr ipirihsh ZECst- i - Keeps constantly on hand Fresh Bread Gakes nnd nt nice assort- Â¬ ment Candies Nuts Canned Goods Tobacco nnd Cigars Orangey Xera 0118 and Domestio Fruits oitsteils isr Asrir su- jus t will be served nt any hour of the dny on short notice drop in nnd seo mo when you corao to Hardinsburg Dont fuilto f V si ALBERT F AHRENBERG I 0WENSB0R0 PLANING MILL Â¬ WALL PAPER We cordially invite an inspection oFdur new designs in f ruin iV 1 CARYTAYL0R DOORS SASH BLINDS MOULDINGS Bi3scuEias iScc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TJESTED J1Y TIME Â¬ fltUI I PECTORAL PILLS II II ILLsltlp STRONGS rnlr Hllllfl c j ust received for the spring trade The stock is large wen assortea prices correct ancuow Samples and prices mailed onapxlica u tion aud special and prompt attention given J ix to mail orders WALL PAPER t StU v PAPER HANGINGS WINDOW SHADES CEILING DECORATIONS 1 I lllill T W ton BIRD CAGES car ny CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY nfeflBRVfjBato 4 tJMikiMr lCCLXZirm r MORE DEADLY WORK OF THE PISTOL Mf Ed Dennett informed us Monday I that the advertisement ho Inserted in tho How Gentlemen A Ilrlajht Mltln Uliln County Mlrl Nkwh last week brought him a customer Klllrdbr tlieHnllot oln lUlot In for 101 head of hocp Thcro is no getting Hoy tho lltuitU of n Cure ADVERTISING IRATES around tho fact thnt it pays lo advsitlie such ns n wedding or for full dress For particular occasions l It is strange Indeed ihut with tho fenrfui On Inoh flnt Insertion ou second Insertion Every voter Jiii ido the city limits should warnings contained In tho papers day parties a black cloth swallowtail coat with vest of the same unci black i Martlngi Mtth and death notte free Oh mnke it his business to be on hand at the nflor day thnt people ran be so cureless as doeskin pants is decidedly the most appropriate although a Prince Al- Â¬ Ituary notices nd tributes of retpect J oonts citizens meeting to morrow night as every lo leave loaded pistols and guns in the bert frock of fine black diagonal worsted with vest and pants to match man woman and chil J is interested in the reach nf children but it does seem that can he worn particularly if the newly niarried man starts soon ufter the per line S the moro friqucnt the fatal accidents te Buslnett locals 10 cents per 11ns and conti future good government of our littlo city suiting The latter style obviates the necessity of a change Irom this careless habit the ceremony on a tour foreaoh additional tnsortlon Tho Goilien Sunday School convention oltcncr are we culled upon to chronicle of dress before departure 10 CO comer of Third and J WINTER Calls upon persons toecama candidates will bn held nt the Clover creek church such occurrences Market streets the leading merchant tailors of Louisville have n great cants per line noxt Friday and continue over Sunday A Tho Inst case of this kind In this region variety of this class of troods in their custom department on the second n bo raado for largo ad Mberal controls very Interesting progrnmmo is announced occurred at tho houso of Mrs Philips in yertWeinants to bo Interled mora than once floor of their store displayed In a strong light and urranged in systematic for the occasion and is printed in another Ohio county about four miles from Fords column This city ughtto send a large Fur further Information address luMlahr order For evening visits or invitations to tea a black dark blue or illr on Sunday tbo ICtli inst J V 1IA11UAOE delegation It appears that two neighboring children olive diagonal worsted Or corkscrew worsted witlt vest otssame and iignt Mr F N DHuy ling decided lo makn a one the daughter of Mr T P Coppnge of colored or durk striped pants is very appropriate and gives an elegant very great Improvement to Mi two store the Fnrdsvllle prccinctaud the other a boy appearance to the wearer The cut of the coat is from otic to four but Â¬ named Charley Carter son of Mr W if rooms on the south side of Wnlt strcet ANNOUNTEMENfsAuaut Election CO corner of Third Cnrtir had gono to Mrs Phillips to spend ton single breasted cutaway frock J WINTER which he lately purchased from Mr Hani A M 1 the day In one of tho rooms tho boy and Market streets can show to you about two hundred different styles Wa ara authorised to announce man b putting in open fronts tn berth nrilriato for mo oinco Ul Wo understand For rvvTTif and colors of this class of goods iu their merchant tailor department that Dr Adklaion has rent- f iiind a loaded pistol und childlikebegiui K M llrskinrldM eountv with l Subject ed one of tjiem or a drug store to plsy with it Ho succeeded in getting business wear a cashitnerc cheviot or Scotch suit coat pants and vest D II Savors as depll Bmlth and the weapon cocked and pulled the trigger party The question of roads is now tho absorb nt the moment tha Utile girl npcireli in nlik of small figure and light medium dark or dark color to suit the to tha decision of ths democrat style the latter preferred to button log topic among our business man nnd the iho door of tho room Of course the wearers taste cut in frock or sack Clty Election citizens generuily ANNOUNCEMENTS Now let tho farmers muzzlo was pointed in her direction and high or a very long roll lapclle will be the favorite style as it is cool who are interested in the matter meet our equally of course pleasant and comfortable Coats of this cut and style of goods are worn tho ball sped unerringly citizens halfwny nnd the result will be in its work of death entering her forehead IorWnror short a tall man six feet or over in stature should however not have the announce Du W B tome means for tho huildinz nr improve nrnr the centre just nbovo the noss skirt very short as it is not becoming d object WniTKaJaeandlJlt J WINTER CO Louisvilles ment of our almost impassable thorough penetrating the brain and inflicting a leading onrntlon hould on at U kW for fares and reliable merchant tailors corner of Third and Market streets lonof fatal Wound the ensuing M ay or of tha City of Clororport have auout two hundred nnd fifty styles of these goods light and dark in Several physicians were hastily sumTwo more pikes leading to this town are May elaotlon necdod badly one on the Bowling Green moned but tho wound was ofa niilurj to color which they will be delighted to show the readers of this paper baffle medical skill The universal sjm Some gentleman may wish a suit and an extra pair of pants he has an in Try young dumselt aided and abotlrd road and one on tho road leading to lOVAl lIKCViyalS by that mad wag Bill Smart who wrote Not only tle inUrcsts ol the town pathy of tho community wns expressed fur excellent opportunity to make a selection from the great variety of suit work victim of the carclns suggestion of demand them but the farmers living along tho unfortunate The curly gardeners put in a little three CO have in their merchant the poem nt the and procured tho puMi I will tell mj Steam Flouring Mill two run nccidenl as well as for tbo poor boy who ings and pantalooning which J WINTER fair conspirators the lines of thtseroada aro equally interest last week of buhrt one tailoring department second floor corner of Third and Market streets cation as a leapyrar joke on theirits involuntarily robbed his playmate of life guileless and tnuTmrtifr coru nnd tho other for when Carrie Watkins Is in tbo city on a ed in their construction and should see to Such was the effect Land near Miss I nif of his thoughtless act In order to suit everybodys purse the variety of quality and of price is nnd unsuspecting victim Inconcluiion so tell all together of or separate Furrisrille it that they aro built and that p elily Terms ahorl visit upon him that ho almost became de- very great Co think wo can safely say that Mr Waltir oatjr fur further partlculnrtnsdetlred Or ad No one will have an excuse not to buy from J W apply to Rood Mr Granville 8haw tho reformed newsmented and had to bo restrained from The board of health is doing some to the great assortment and low prices If beauty of style artistic now as in the past so far from being a Ill FWALLACE paper man arrived in our city Saturday doing some violent net upon himself But owing foe to sanitary work Iordtvllle Ky cut first class trimming and last but not least low prices will do it J onable matrimony is opjri to any reus ma and began tho survey Monday morning of sympathy will not recall the fair young new proposition from any eligible CO will supply the majority of the readersof this paper young lady the route for a telephone line from our flower of a parents bopo and love so WINTER The Star Mills received a lot of 1 A VCIUNO JllltX T CHEKII town to Louisville which will be put up at suddenly and horribly blighted nor lift who wish to have good clothes made to order at reasonable prices chinery last week on KSTAniIMIIEIS 1803 once by tbo Ohio Valley Telephone Com the load of remorse from a young life that will more than save your fare by coming to Louisville and trade with Win Vestsold his fine young horse Mr WE HAVE COME TO STAY pany A branch line will also be built be will bear to tho gravo an awful senso of Friday for 1135 CO WINTER Buy the BEST AND ONLY COM tween here and Hardinsbure bv the samo blocd guiltincss however innocently burcan be a W PLETE PUMP MADE company This is a much needed enter- dened Mr G 1 Jolly says be will not We mean tho STONE PUMP manufac WHOLESALE DEALERS IN prise didato for sheriff remedies had failed A singlo spoonful Wc bono this terrible loison will not be of Mr John flardncr Ilenth will cure an ordiuury couch or cold nnd tured nnd sold by Eberumn k Co Hawcs Phojnlr Hotel at Lexington rents In another column will bo found the ad without due and proper effect upon every Died Monday morning February 25 16R4 The householder who keeps firearms about his of dropsy Mrs Joun Uakdmkuj aged 7i years give instant relief to asthma It is sootli ville Ky Eery pump sold by them is vertiscment of Dr Nacke an accomplish tor 7200 a year inz healing and strenctliening to throat put in your well or cistern frco of cost and Empty they are harmless 1 month and 14 days went to Ste ed gentleman and skillful and educated or her premises Wo 017 West Main Street if it does not prove satisfactory no pay is Mr J V Murphy and wife nnd lungs and is very pleasant to tnke veterinary surgeon He not only treats di enough but loaded there is always danger Mrs Gardner was born in Sobornbeim required pbensport Sunday LOVI8VILLB 3CY seases of bdrses and cattle but breaks and of tragic consequences particularly when kingdom of Prussia January It 1809 nnd The democratic state central committee Being mado of they not thechUens meeting Thurs trains young and vicious horses to the snd they aro left lying about the houso where was married tn her first husband Mr May which met at Frankfort Wednesday after contaminate the STONE RUST nillROT Dont wnier die and harness He also breeds and sella they are liable to fall into the bands of in 18111 To this union four children were noon has called the convention for the FREEZE or WEAR OUT are cheaper day to morrow ninht children born all of whom survive her Mrs Philip nppoititniput of dclfcuics to Chicago to considering their durability than rope und Fohrenbcrg is always ready to take your blooded nnd pedigreed horses and ponies Wo thank nn attentive friond and subHi i headquarters are at Webster Brecken Hcrktfl of this city Jacob and Charlci meet iu Frankfort May 7 bucket or any other pump picture Go and see hira ridge county Ky where inquirers may scriber at Fordsyillo for tho above particKy and Fred of May of Cloverport Send them your order nnd you will nevto tbo Presby ulars of this terrible tragedy Samoii Leg nud Locks There was one addition vmi or aaarees mm Indiana Her first husbnnd died in 1819 Wbott Delilah clipped ufTSamsona locks er regrlt it r send them your name and jterian church last Sunday nnd she was married to John Gardner in nenrest steamboat larding and one of their Mr SOME REMARKABLE INFANTS to finest Ed Bennett who owns one of the 1851 who survives her Hie funeral took that mighty athlete at onco become as ngents will cull on yon and show you the farms in this county advertises in Babict Large Its a muddy business hauling tobacco II it could be proved that and Ilubles Small place Irom the residence on Thursday after otbur men roadB WE SELL ON this issue a lot of moles and fine sheep for Uwn over tho bottomless Ilublcv Short and IlubleaXull tho possession of luxuriant hair would en pump before ordering noon ITS MERITS GIVE VALUE RECEIV Stepli lair Any one needing mules or sheep it A contcntd quartette were seated around Mr Ilrown Helm and family of Mrs Gardner was a kind old lady and able men to tear open lions jaws iiiscox ED nAVE COME will pay them to go and see Mr Bennett a comfortable tiro in tbo cozy backroom ol bad lived more tbnn the allotted- - days of Ic Co would be driven wild in tho effort to SELLING MORE TO STAY and are ensport have moved to Louisville STONE PUMPS TO who will take pleasure in showing thorn Vest supply enough ol Parkers Hair Buliam to of Buras shipped a over his farm which is well stocked with last k Smarts store one uight during tho mon She had been feeble for some time DAY where we hnve introduced them than Mr II D Wilson As it is the Balsam Outside the snow lay nnd her death wns not unexpected coldnop meet the demand Louisville Sunday wood chain or elevating fine entile horses hogs sheep and mules deep upon strcot and sidewalk porch and rery One mare to prevents you hair from falling out and re- all other kinds III Bulletin came and is under a high stnto of cultivation roof nnd the cold northwind raged howling Warsaw stores ihe original color if faded or grny bucket combined Mr H E Woods of Bewleyville Send your name and P 0 address on a Mr Bonnet is one of our most progressive and shrieking and whistling up Sycamore Besides it in a grcnt addition to tho toilet Alrluiarj- - Klccllou for Sheriff down Saturday and returned Sunday card and receive a set of handsome Cbromo farmers and has nil of the modern con street banging shutters Urtckenrldgo Nowj tablo simply as n dressing Cards Address r returned last woek veniences and improvements that go to signs noisily proclaiming and crenking KdtUr Miss Nellio Bowme that though March 17 At a IIaudinsuuiui Ky Blufcrd Bennett ago twenty two years THE STONE PUMP CO make farming a succeaiin this county from a protracted visit to Shelbyvillc It Spring nominally reigned Winter was still called meeting of tho democratic district was run over by tho train and killed ut Iiawcsvilln Ky SI 00 Irlce 50c pood deal of tobacco came will pay one to go and see this place even king of the season Manufacrured and for committee of Breckonridge county held at Uptonville Sunday night There was a drunk Orders left with Miller k Hovions sale bj J A snd if tbty do not wish to buy any thing in bis WITT Hardlntburg Ky That quartette was composed of Mr the courthouse this day tho following and lay down on the track He waswent to or P 8 L spite of the bad roads in last wok in und at J Millers Hardware Stare Cloline William Vest Mr Fred Walter Bill members were present is sleep The train struck him and bo was verport will receive cur prompt attention Mrs W W Moredoekofllawesville Smart wonder if anybody ever did Mr A note from Hon W R Haynes receivB F Beard chairmnn Jas Bishop secvisiting her mother Mrs Thus Sawyer him and Col 0 Washington Lane retary Henry Head Clifton Mills Mcll terribly mangled ed just a we were going to press assures Very Ileiniirkublo Itccovcry us that the report that he had volunteered They heeded not winters cold nor howling McaiorB ig Spring W L Turpin Hud Mr B F Bufferlyflf New Albany Ind m fjrr5lw445 Mr Geo V Willing of Manchester oiasi warmea as tney were by tho cheory soaVtllc T B Hendersan Hafferfy his services in the ce Bewleyville of Breckeoridge is visiting bis brother Dr BT My wife has been almost bluza of ho oily coal nnd enlivened by Robert Robertson Planters Hall I li Uenn Mich writes The IAPDLE STALLION well known at county vr Grayson county and they had Will tell him at n bar Dr J T Owen has ropaintfd and paper been rejected is without foundation Rock Vule Unck Adkisson Utlton Mills helpless for fivo years so helpless that sho the HaiTklm Hcrse The entertaining and rational conversation By some strange chanco tho talk hnd Jnines Spencer Forks of Rough W 0 could not turn over in bed alone She gain or trade him fur a good cnmhlned bone ed his office at tho cast end of the iron commonwealth was joined with Brecken I SHALL L WIIITKIIEAD used two Bottles of Electric Bitters nnd is bridge ridge ic the suit and thus it became his turned upon babies their sizes nnd other Smart Cloverport Rome Indiana peculiarities when first they come into tho It was unanimously agreed ihBta Pri so much improved that she is abln now to Hflixemher the mass meetinz at Fishers duty as well as plrasnre to assist Memrs Everybody should Mercer Baiuea and Montgomery which world be held in ench precinct on do her cwn work mary Election Wl be mailed CtB5t0M applicant ari to Hall to morrow niiht Mr Vest in response to a question the 6th day of April to select a sheriffs Electric Bitters will do all thnt is claimed ho did customer af lat I 14 year wllhout ordtrinj It turn out It contains illustrations yrlces description and from Mr Walter vbo appeared to be ticket and that the chairman pf each dis forijiem Hundreds of testimonials attett Mr M Meyer a merchant of Euros a remarkably of Irusalan Whlto Oati Soeds nt a bargain ob directions for planting all Vegetable and Flower beautifully duplicatinterested iu tho subject for a trict order an election lo be held in each their great curativo powers Only fifty Ladies you can bo little town snuated ten miles southeast tained from I M Ferry A Co and narnated Seeds llants etc klivnliuilslo to nil cents n botto at W G Shorts ed by Fahreuberir the Uardmsburg pho Hardnjbum was here Sunday en route of oachelor had snid the largest baby be precinct for thnt purposo on the 6th pure For salo ut uy place in Stcrrettt Iot to ever saw weighed twenty pounds tographer at birth B F BEARD Chrm tom DAVID DAVISON In a fight between two neuroes named Lmulaville Mr Meyer las heretofore been Thnt was a good sized infant re Run went to mnking Vine Grove his shipping point hut w t- Bisnor Sec Jas iflnit Joo and Bob Ford no relative it Horse I cant say that I with his crop of has made arrangements to do all his sMp marked Bill Smart Cave Thursday night the former was fa Louisville Mondnynifiht A UniitlHoiue Jtloiiuiueut it but I remember when I was n blow from an axe in ping Irom this point on account of bad over snw tobacco Mr John 15 Kolth the enterprising tally wounded by a little shaver of hearing of ono that weighed Four Mules 3 to i jears old well broken to He twenty two pounds1 1 Bab roads frrim his place to the railroad Marble the hands of the latter Excelsior propriotor of the Messrs J D Brashrar and C work and In good order Alto 60 Knot and says there is not much diflrrenre in the How much did ihe largest baby you Works of this city lias just completed in t An Editors Tribute bng were passengers up on the Ilainuow rates of freight but the road lrom his place Lambs of high gmJe Sold In lots to tult pur evor saw weigh Thcron P Kentor Editor of Ft Wnyne chasers asked Mr Vest of only Iho hnndsomest but tho most decant Sunday EI DENNETT here is so much better thnt ho can mako Colonel Lane Wnsb Guzette writes For tho past five monument ever seen in this region It is Ind 3 miles noit of Hewleyrllle Ky We are informed that the wheal crop of the trip quicker and it is not near so hard I Mrs Judge John reurs have uhvays used Dr Kings New Thirty pounds air BELONGS TO was tho colonels for tho gravo of tho late this county has improved very much in the on his teams There arc hundreds of just reply Murray nn J represents a partiully Discorcryfor coughs of most severe charoc Allen such cases as this nnd what is good of tha last two weeks That beau mo the iiccossarv in- Â¬ terai well aajor thot o ofn mildor type It Mr Vest candidly unrolled scroll bearing Hardinshurg pike would be tho same with admitted I of scription penduut from a plain plinth on never fails tn effect a speedy euro My On the Howling Ircen rnid bctircen this ci Wastkd To sell a good yoko Co oxm others if no hnd them Yraiikii 4 Mr Walter appeared to be overcome top of which is perched an exquisitely friends to whom I have recommended it ty and L V Thompsunt a llrown Overcoat J 0 Apply to On Thursday morning last Col Archichiseled dove with outstretched wings Having Ihe finder will be rewarded by leaving the samo Successors to Win Cooper with astonishment spenkofitin sumo high tetms bald Fairlie returned from Louisville ac FOR ONE YEAH It mut have been a young elephant nnd bearing in its beak a pennanton which been cured by it of every cou Jt I have hud at this office or with the owner the weather hut go and companied by Col Robert KemineU of suggested Bill Dont wait for He giveth his for five yqois I consider it the only reliable T P LAUKIN is enscribed tho woids Smntt taken by I ahrenberg Londoc England have your picturo This is the second visYou any you saw it Wash The enllro design Is and sure euro for Coughs Colds etc asked Mr beloved sleep it Col Rcmtnctt has made to our town iiardiiisburtf Vect original and chaste nnd cxectted with Call at W 0 Shorts Drug Storb und get a His return now is supposed to be connect Of course I seed it I never tell of any tasto and skill Wo doubt if any cstab Free Trial Bottle Large Size 100 The Brekenridsje circuit court will con desire to gather information in with a lishment in tbo land can show a more veneat rUrdinuurg next Mouday week ed with to the possible introduction of Ere thing which Ive onlv hearn BKECKKNniDdK CIRCUIT COURT Rudolph and Champ Fitzpatrick broth regard witheiing glance nt Bill Smart and all oxquisito piece of mortuary work It is ers were hnnccd at Columbia Fiiday for the 7th proximo Samuel Wymond Co 1lfs lish capital in any promising undertaking of yon hnve seed it after itgrowed up made of tho finest Italian marble and Ihu brulitl murder of Miller Brewster vs In Euully in Mr Clarenr e Dellaven returned from which might commend itself to his notice Who was it asked Mr Walter speaks well for Mr Keith and his artist August Mansfield A Cnrtn Dfts J last The scaffold was erected in It is to be hoped that during the very short New Madrid Mo last Saturday with Henry Hands who used to work over employes All persons baring claims against tke estnte the lot around tho clerks olllco about fifty head of stock cattle stay mane oy uoi ltemmett lo these parts yonder at the prinlln office promptly yards from tho public square ft was so of Mansfield A Carln aro hereby notified to THE STATE NEWS be may have seen such an opportunity as renponoea me coionei is now the bos horse trad Bill Downs arranged that both dropped at tho same produce the samo properly proven befura the He has made would enable him lo give practical effect Mr Vest looked puzzled Mr Waller undersigned commissioner his office In Har of Breckenridge county Cartors Littlo Liver Pills are frco from moment The tall wns five feet Alter dlnslurg on or before the at tohisond intentions Col Remmelt re- scorned dumfounded Bill Smart whistled first day of April trades in the last mnnth twostyseven manor Concen- the fall the bodies were concealed from neit turned to Louisville on the steamer Rainall crude and irritating incredulously view by tho walls which extended around en routo for England on Sunday llvon under my hand as commissioner of Mr John McGavock sny he saw the bow Mebbe you think Im a lyin1 said tbo trated medicine only very small very the scuffuld The condemned for soveral said court this 4th day of March 1B84 Saturday no griping no last easy to take no puin colonel fiiTcely In tbo latter groundhog come out of his hole dnys past had given up all bopo of execu V 0 I1AUUAOE CUCC weather Goshen Snnday Sehool Convention will Uanged if 1 believe he will weigh much purging and that puts an end to the bid tive clemency and expired gamo to the Liniment be held with Clover Creek church Breck more than that now was Bills resopnse a fourleon years old boy is in last Ed Fizer German Try Dr While Fivo thousand people witnessed Mr Walter merely shook his head He jail at Mt Sterling for horso stealing enridge county Ky beginning March 28 Champ claimed that ho the execution for Itlir iimalism Price 50c per bottle Programme Address of welcome J S marveled too much for utterance Cloverport Ky For sale by W G Short unpleasant breath and was going straight lu heaven Bad taste Notice Is hereby given thnt books will be Dickey Mr Vest contented himself with opcratt Obligations of Baptists to Sup- Â¬ impaired bearing when resulting from port Sunday Schools H B White Our Ing on Ihe firo with tho poker Many whose blood had become poisoned opened at the following times and places for tbo Mr Minor Stephens of Holt has returnCatarrh aro overcome by tho use of Elys from various causes and whose ill health purposo of receiving subscriptions of stock in graduated with the high Sunday School Work and how to do It ed home having Cant help that said tho colonel tho N X Miss Bcltio English Is it Profitable to howsomdever thats what he hefted when Cream Balm It is not a liquid or snuff wns indicated by pimples sore footings and totho Hank of Ilardlnsburg Kyvls est honors from the Pougbkeepsie At Organize Union Schools wbaro Baptist he was born I But if you dont believe mo and is easily applied Commercial College aches pains urinary sediments catarrh Office of Klnceloo A Eskrldgo 1st Monday In Schools can not V B Iust ax Jim Bright tho first time you ketch Uurglnrej are operating pretty freoly and Inflammation of tho mucous mem May 1884 and may continuo open 1 month With two railroads a telephone and Burton and Mrs SboC Maintained in town an if he dont tell you the brane constipation dyspepsia bad dreams Have Storehonto of Jolly A Calnllewteyvl lie 1st three turnpikes running Into our town we a Sabbath day iu the Armstrong Dispen- same then you may have my bead for a among the village stores in this state nervousness sleeplessness etc bavo been Monday In May 1884 and may continue open well all be as happy as a young wife with sation T A Robertson Christian MlBlalem Sound IU Praise 1 month restored to perfect health by using Dr Character of a football sure I a new spring bonnet Rcy Mr Greenfield Knoxville Tenn good Superintendent Mrs R A Urashodr That settles ill said Bill Smart Uuysotls Yellow Dock and Sarsnparilla Storehouse of D S HIchardson A Co Union Samaritan Nervine It is the only true blood purifier and writes as follows in circulation here last week Denominational nnd Religious Literatura Star 2nd Monday in May 1881 aud way What wastbe smallest badyyon all evor Tho report continuo open 1 month now Should we Spend saw or heard of asked Mr Walter to permanently cured mvsou of epileptic fits R 7 Bruner strcngthener of mind and body No other that Judge Murray announced himself a Office of J A Murray Cloverport 3rd Monday Hores food for thought Sold by druggists remedy equals It congress at county court change tho subject Day the Sabbath Miss Amanda Dean candidate for In May 1884 and mny contlnueopen month Should Easier be Observed by Christians Five pounds I bolleve was the weiuht tl50 last Monday was erroneous A young man named Robert Alvey was Storehouse of F T Ileyter A Ilro McPanlelt F P Purcell Do Thoso who Attend of the smallest baby I overheard of reaged tighten wns accidentally shot and killed Thursday by Jefferson Wallace The members of tho Cloverport Circu 4th Monday la May 1884 and may continue Useful Church sponded Mr Vest drowned by fulling off the steamer Lcn Miss Mattie Piko nt the house of her uncle open 1 month lating Library extend thanks to Mrs Car- Sunday school Make more do The smallest I ever heard of said Bill Howell at the Paducah wbarf Members than Thoso who not Attnd Dy order of tio Hoard of Incorporators March Mr Ciinrles Pike uear Uniontown rie Cooper for the liberal donation of won Sho Srourt weighed three pounds and they Mm Lou J Owen 1 Can the Interest of 15 1884 F UEAllD Prest 01 lyfivo books to the association A gentlemen from Orwell Pa called my poinlel tho pistol at him and pulled the Â¬ Mission Work be Promoted by the Sunday said it could be pot into a half gallon See Jas E Stoxk trigcer tliinUrg it was unloaded anil was attention toElys Cream Balm as a remedy W V Harrel tlncnp cbool who went oyor to Is it the Duty of Mrs Amlel OeUe when it fired Ihe ball pene Ho was so horrified for Catarrh Hay Fever etc Every Church to Organize and Maintain a I was the leetlest baby I ever hearn of Loitchfleld last week with her uncle Dr trated the young R J Napper- - Duty of said Colonel Lane I weighed jest two earnest in asserting it to bo a positive cure was instantaneous mans skull and death Hestoh ar ived safe and stood the trip Sunday school Alvey was u brother Parents to lake Their Children to Sunday poun an they could put my bead in a himself having been cured by it that I ol Mrs Sam Givens and Miss much bettor than she expected i Piko is a purchased a stock The Balm has already school J M Wtshburn Churches are nege shell it were so leetle I desiring a Business Educa- Â¬ all requestod to send messengers Young men P F Htatt M D nloce of Sylvester Pike one of the lending effected cures Do yon oil that for a fact Wash AH merchants of Uniontown Ths attention of the good farmers of Urtck Â¬ tion should write tor particulars to Prol Bordcntown NJ Sunday school workers invited Brethren asked Mr Vest ns though he doubted enrldgo and surrounding counties Is called to the Commercial W P Harvey T T Eaton and others W R Smith President of Can you prove that by Jim Bright A complete cure for that debilitating are On Sunday at Harcums Mills Green our Urge and complete line of Farming Imple College of Kentucky University Lexington asked Bill Smart expected to be present county John W Mnrcum shot and In drain that indicates a weakness of tho ments consisting of Ky Again Mr Walter marveled too greatly stantly killed Asa Ed CantrelL P 0 Kiubmc Secy urinary organs nasal catarrh sptd other Millwood Ky Maroh 17 for speech evidences of a diseased raucuousmembrnno A new pulpit stand has been put np in UucklciieT Arulca Salve Mebbe gentlemon raid the colonel mny bo found in the use of Dr Guysolts the Presbytorian church in place ol the old The Itallroud Era In Literature frowning and drawing himself up In his The Bkst SAivsin the world for Cats Yellow Dock nnd Bunnpnrillu Dont be one It is much neUer and we presume Messrs Funk Wagnalls of New York chnir into tho first position Bruises Sores Ulcers ofa soldier Sores Tetter Chapped Salt Rhoum Fever frightened by the advertisements of quack much moreconifnrtablo to the speaker than have in hand THE LARGEST AND BEST a very great undertaking Hands Chilblains doctors This remedy will purify the blood msbbo you think Pm a lyin the old one that of of furnishing Standard hooka at the THE Not at all he was hastily assured by Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posi- strengthen the parts affected heal all irritatively cures Piles or no pay required It tion of tho mucuous membrane and remove Mr Wm Tesff was in town Saturday prices of the flash novels Their announce- Mr Vest WEEKLY NEBRASKA ment includes works by the best of Ameriguaranteed to glvo perfect satisfaction SIATE JOURNAL soliciting subscriptions lo Father Jenkins is I have no reason to doubt your word every symptom of the disorders It is a or money returned Price 25 cents per box sure cure for nervous debility and goneral new bonk and succeeded in getting a good can authors as Julian Hawthorne Joaquin said Mr Walter Miller Geo P Latbrop Edward Everett 1884 W 0 Short I believe you but seeing always For sale by Father Jenkins Is a great favorite of ill health Hale eo books on which they have to trumps believing said Bill Smart our people At Briensburg Marshall county J E pay heavy royally Thick of such books I The Ired Walters Address t Mebbe Bill Smart exclaimed the YEAR Mr Mike Donohue of Hardlnihurg left selling for IS nr 25 cents each I No wonder colonel flashing a fixed bayonet glanco nn McWnlters was felling a tree When a limb Kdltor UreeVeurldre News upon bis bead causing fatal Injuries Permit mt In behalf oftha many young We alio bavo tn stock and will constantly per packet Mondar night for New York such men as U S Chief Justice Waite that worthy you believe I caat tell tbo fell Ths Wkkkly XkBa is Stats Jovrnai It a ladles WI19 bar bllherto enjoyed the company keep on band the celebrated rity He had a brother to die there re Pres Mark Hopkins Dr John Hall speak Irulh I am a non believer In latontMediclnes lariro 8 page paper or 7 columns to a i aijc of the undertaking cently who left him a large estate which so enthusiastically It having experienced marked relief from of Mr Fred Walter without a thought of I havent said so responded the latter hut is the lurcest paper published o gtulBi i beguiling htm Into matrimony to sprats Wendell Phillips just beforo his death Â¬ he goes to look after but Ive always noticed that when Nasal Catarrh and hoarseness by iho uso astonlthuient at the peculiar poetloaj address s pnbllthed at tlo Slate Capital In addition spoke his approval in tho warmest terms wonderful slorirs ore going round tho man of Elys Cream Balm I can recommend It he recently delivered to all womankind through to a larja amount of varied and Intrtettlnj Mr 0 L Fahrenberg tbo Hardlntburg roadlng mailer a special foalura during tbo photographer was here last weok taking Bee their Urge advertisement on another who beats you has In begin early in the to those suffering from this lonthaomo your columns I ara sure that I and aw M Ti page and to thoso nfillcted with tled that all Iho other girls In town valued Mr morning and keep it up till late at nightl complaint prete nt yenr will bo ths imbllcutlon of in iter views of the Brrokenridge Oil and Coal pertaining to and folly HiMbg forth Xclrmki Thatll all right said the colonel I hoarseness or stoppago of the throat to Walter as a friend without onco dreaming of Isj Your Companys buildings pier road bed and lyarth a Dollar I Interests such as its Climate tt lrodulj Its setting snares to capture him for a husband you for a poloey but wanted annoyinc to singers and clergymen xnlues atHennettivllle which wns awarded tha highest Medal at lb that seems too high a price for didnt ax Perhaps Itnurcts It Towns slid AdVsnlami iiiaMiijr N Therefor ws urs at a lots for a meaning to bis K PiitLUi s 1428 N Y Avo loultrllle Espotltlon last fall Our it considering how poor your blood is and von to understand that I dont tell no lies Loins It the best means by which parties lu tin extraordinary count towards ns Prico 60 cents Kit In view of the many good things in sore how your whole system is prostrated de But youve said all ono gentlemen could ax W Washington D C whu may contemplate a woalwurd wovemcut pf another The above was received n couple of BLACKSMITH1NQ AND for the city of Cloverport the citizens may learn about our gtt Plate bilitated and enfeebled People have been wife of Isham Rowlslt colored was 7b After a pause of a few minutes in which meeting noxt Thursday night should select heard to say they would WAGON MAKING found dead in hor bed nt Uptonvillo Frlduv weeks ago It is fromwme of the hand not glvo the loss NEW MAP OF NEBRASKA the very kwtmm we have to fill all the nf a copper for tbo cbtli e between lifo and no ono uttered a word the colonel re Â¬ morning and hor liltlechlld playing with somest and rmarlrat girls lu town We Department Is In full blast and all oustntu anil Just fomplctod by a competent civil enxiucer marked offices of our city government shared In her astonishment as the sentl Now my friends if you feol that death her The cause is supposed tit bo heart ments oflhealleced work glen prompt attention Ktpalring end published by the Journal Co im ru nearly As Its slttin late 1 believe Ill go home addfesif were so utterly new disease perfect than any map of Iho State lcretfuro Fraire and way go tn your ilrnvglst and buy a bottle an to bed Tho celebrated Port or at variance with Mr Wallers known and and of Dr Whltesela Blood Specific and you publlthed shows all clllei towns und ims Greenwalt celt raso was reached lu Judge will feel like living Whereupon the srarice dissolved The very bssl remedy that can be com ohivalric admiration for the fulf sex We uOlces rallrwdi It purifies and vital ituternmrul lend ullUnt m Mercers quarterly court Monday and knowledge of instituted an invcMlnatlon into Iho matter Hit 2x4U lucbti To cloth bound folders Prlto he nop- - pounded from our preunt Dr L neatly reasonable from the amount nt legal talent employed iresthe blond tones the nerves and builds klnsyllle 0 Alexander dtucs or colds coughs ailhina bronchitis and are now saiisfied thai Mr Waller had don promptly and ani seautus at Coopers old 74 fts whole system phrdcW rs dead Dont tall to call Invest one dollar isMkely to continue for sev up la the is Dr Wlstsrs neither lot nor and other lung diseases art in writing said ad stand wen4 or iron iiriiigo Tho HVtWy Junrtnl uns Tsar and Map IiiIaj1 eral days It is net a question now of the and be convinced Forsale by iJ IaJ l Tho wind storm due last Friday arrived Balsam of Wild Cherry It has cured Hsasa JMUGCMi UT J 0 YKAUKR 4 CQ AddreS UTAH JoUllNAl CO W 9 Shpkt Clpverport Ky lHflfHrilii CU ctliiuiwse osu thejrr filling fur many esses of consumption wbeo all other Illiron VTw Cvoyeu Forvmsn yesterday evening that it originated with tbrco reckenridge News Should Dress this Spring FRED DeHAVEN IDT iLsr J FURNITURE ID TJHALBE oiiirr Undertakers Good s SUBSCRIPTIONS J D To all the Leading Papers Periodical Magazines received at Publishers Prices and The new Novels received daily BABBAGE Â¬ Mill for Sale Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J S Â¬ SAMcCLUNGCO Â¬ BOOTS SHOES fret DR BRADLEYS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ - sijure cuxe fox Kheumatism Neuralgia Bronchitis Colic or Cramps Bruises or Sprains Piles Burns c BLOGETTO OIL Â¬ Â¬ For Sale Â¬ ta Â¬ 200 Bushels Â¬ Â¬ tli- DMFERRSCOdeSl Â¬ Eor Sale THIS SPACE L Lost Â¬ Ji M L LB Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Notice to Creditors i V In which he proposes to tell our readers all about his big stock ol STOVES r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TINWABE Bank Notice HARDWARE Â¬ TIN ROOFING Â¬ Champion Machines 1 Â¬ Â¬ FARMERS Watch out for what he will have to say and thn go and compare his stock and his prices with any other Â¬ Â¬ mans Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Iit Plows Wagons Harrows Spring Wagons Buggies c Reap- c lor SI 60 PER Empire Mower Binder Â¬ er and Twine tile Â¬ Hl HSt I3oxsslioIrlg rat Â¬ 1iiiiIiIa rpwsfsppw Breckenridge News ROSETTA There la cnnsMemblusiekiir ssin this ami adjoining ticluhbortiifoils iiowevTr ol tlitt tick nru convntoBCciil Mr wick Mlko Shumate died one lay last IfJnlin Klanerys hnrfe threw him mid broke his arm last Thursday John Oljden has sold his residence nt this pinco and Is gntnf lo Kansas Success to the Nrws and long life to It iut Mr 0 V KiNcy U siifiVrinK from fever lint Is thnuchl to bo improving Ur J M Taj lor ispretty miicli ihcsninc perhaps koiiil better t Mrt H Hnvn jou iiriil Mr II Slop lliis way Yes Mr II Mil I I nunl to ijct oiio to put in my Mit II brcuulioa for n button Mr Editor ipenklnc f the Urrclfnridgc lojrt I civil licit tjiiiid ncrec wltli you t tin t tliO nro aiVgnod looking I think I Jsnow m least two or three who nro not prr ily but I hum s it tluit nil nru well plenfl with tuo gratitude mid manliness of Guy Crit tenden in ilifctidiiiK I he character of unnr Hiotlior Mcllotnmll If lie tho coventor did Via the woman Messrs Turpln 1 Drotlicrs new boll for their mill will be hero lo morrow bii1 in it lov iluys tlirj wil be Jire nrcd 10 iiiuke the lit st of Hour I Yes W W of Mmvujua 111 com iim events do their shadows before hihI we do corlldnly believe llmt the same question is the grout ifsuo unw befurc the public Not politically but conscientious ly Tlin cond people n ijroiit host ol them luvo deleruiinci to hoist the Linus lag against th dutrojer nml wane n m ol exicrniiiintion npninst the potont King Alcohol The nrmy I spoalc of is Oodt ei my armed with the i till it of Him who never lost a battle Thce soldiers propose to life love for their chief weapon mid con a tiering llmt they have the aid nnd comfort of Mill win overcame death hell nnd the crave khuuld the not del confident I he finger bonrJs nre up nnd point to prohibition You any jou do not know the sentiment of the editor of the Nkws Judging from the firm stand taken nnd nd hered to I would simply say to you that tho editor nnd publuhtr of Tilt IJnrcKlN niiniK Nfvvi uro solid on the temperance uud all other questions of morality cit ndItcpnrlerT Atbti hotnoln AStcTlllstuVeunilsy March 10 ifcM of pinmnonls Dr John II IIiyiks lit tho fti j car of his agr Jolin Henry Hnyncs was born in Ilreckenridge county Ky Aug 15 182 Ills father like many iif the early tctllcr of Kentucky was n native of Virginia his His mother being n nntivo of Kentucky boyhood and youlb were spent upon a form In his unlive sttJ whero he received only such educational ndiantuncs ns wero af forded by tho common school which nt He emi that tlmo were not extensive In 18i7 this stato grated to nnd first settled In Spencer connty but shortly nfter removed to Clark township In Perry county where resided until his He graduated frrim the medical do death partmeut of tho University of Louisville shortly after settling in Indiannand nt once entered npQii the practice qf his profession In lf 71 Dr Hayncs was elected lo the leglclaturo from this county without oppo sition being first nominated by the democracy and hit nomination being ratified by thr republican convention Hownsmarrird Csnncltun t j i nr llcnlh olIlfyTohu tl Ilivynci 1 A Suncntnrn Kniiulr Ir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 10th InlSGtoSallyTaylorwhodiedonthe day of March 1S82 jmt two jears before ground forhtihrdcdsof feet 1 hctioin track was torn up anil twisttd logger id places to like rope be Caros wtro shnttortd and ties timbers broktn Iron pieces wheels etc wore thrown nt Irast four hundred feet from the month of the mino the ritlgp nnd timber above the drift fnr a height fif at IcaAI six hundred lerlarcblnck nnd scorched as though licked by n devour ing flame Minsinlrf Of the ono hundred nnd fifty men in Hit mine nt the time of tho twenty four hours ngo not one ha made Ills nppcarnnce lo toll the story of the horrible trngvdy nnd nil hopo ot any Of one surviving hns now pnssed nwny the six bodies recovered this mording only ono hat so far been Indentified that of M b Hnmpton the night foreman who It hns now leaves a lfc nnd large family been definitely nscrrtnlned that there were 22 in the mine nt the lime 15 Hungarians Pcnnsylvnnlnns 10 nntivo whiles nnd 74 It ts now generally conceded negroes that tho explosion was caused by firedamp though It ii Incxpllciplo how r horizontal coal vctn above tho wnter level could contain so mil eh cxplotlve gns The churches business houses and most of the private dwelling houses of the tow n Tho carpenters arc drnped In mourning have jmt succeeded in erecting n now Ian and it U hoped thnt the recovory and removal of tho bodies of the victims can begin in a few hours Â¬ IIYirUHIANI WjOtjNGlSDlESI Lunrn thnt which will bo of bcncGt t I em dTh 7h sirs B A BK I T I fl I VjT 111 I ll f r Ivl cvtecRX H THE BfTORMAN TBAlTCT5FI ill 1 nT w tfi T J b Boo HKi UUJIlt Alttut you ft hen you bdeorab Mc4 ivtiil Vrinth THE EYAIfSVILLB COMMEEOIAL COLLEGE At JSvniisville nllimin MEETS THEDEMAND WE GIVE A TflOItOUGll nnd Prncllcnl Course In llook Kebtdng lencliing the best nnd latest forms of books ns used In the manyr liircient kinds of business WI3 OIVK A WK Memphis Pcnmnnshlp SPI2KD Ohio Eiver PACKET COMPANY COJiroilT AND SAFETY THOROUGH Course In lluslness nnd Ornamental In Short GIVE A TIIOROUG11 and Practical Courao Iland WE GIVE AT1IO HOUGH Course on Commercial Law WE GIVE A COUItSE of lluslness Training that Is Worth money to whoever takes i HERCULES 2nd will stand tfid entire year stables of E Oglcsby ouicliaUinllU weit of Clovvrport Ky No extra chnrge tot Steals and Slato rooau Splendid Accommodations fur Stock FOP CAIHO and MKMPHIS SUNDAYS WKDNESDATS and FKIDAYS Tbo fleet and elegant iteatnerl ANDY BAUM t OUtt SCHOOL 13 OPEN DAY AND NIOHT and students can enter at any time Ib3 at tho Hercules Weight lCO0 lbi WE EXTEND A COHDIAL education CATALOGUES INVITATION to all SENT FHEE who nre Interested In prncllcnl OF THE COLLEGE Address WRIGHT fit RANK Principals was four years bid Inst AugiTit ts 10 hands bight Iron gray largf flat bone heavily muscled well proportioned body lenu tlful lioail aud licckj and fine style and action 20 will bo cbnrgod of wlilchS caih Ii ter Vlco invney and 16 Inturnnco to be paid when the innro is known to bo In Tuali 15 cosh by TBBMS Vinton Mister BVMoCoy 0k JAS W OAFF 0 II Itusicll Jisstbr Jai Surteei Clk II J THE KAMBLETON C E HOUSE J D Moore CONS MIHLAU Master J W VorrU Cfk McGILL Proprietor Mrs J C Habbagp who ling beec stny init at her boh in Uws Ur J M Taylor bus returned to her homo in Clovcrport People who sustain nnd support nil the laws that sup press crime do not want lliesu laws lepcnl ed Wo can not legislate honesty or pit ty but we can legislate to protect butli Con a stency thou art a jewel There hns been but little plowing done Lluming tobacco btds and cuiivuMing them is the order of the ilny Hurley seems to be on the brain nga n Will Heard ii cnjojiiig hiuuelf finely now exhibiting his fine horses Hehave somo little cares which aie pretty hurd to munnge lhey make too much nouc X buses Jutit legislate morality NORTONS SCHOOLHOUSE Hero I am nnd nothing to write about Why dont homebody die marry or go cvvny ho wo can have sjnx tliiiig to write Mr Adam Norton and family und Mr Ilousseru Norton thirled hut week for Nebraskas bleak ohoro to find and prepare them a home God speed them on their way Singings and socialinie taking the day or night rnther The school closed nt this place on Fri day March 7th A good ninny viMtori came in uud u wound it to it cloao with a ptlling iiiitteh n game of simp uud miller boy We think there win n liitle Uilking behind the blinds Oht lug par don I intact oviieoiits Clint thinks uver touts am good things The social at Mr Albert Swinks was an enjiiynblo nfliir All were in high glee iuJ Mr Julio Djard wai the life of the crowd I dont bnp osu the Imijh have found out till 3 c t where that rabbit wont to with tho pumpkin when it had stolen it They nover did liini the pumpkin did you bojs liver thing partrd otl plenantly until the clock chimed nut thu hour of twelve when nil thought twas time to scamper oil home You Mr I Mitor down tin re Wo want jou to got another d I or make that one quit making so many rui ukej If jou cuu not find new hip just step over we can furnish jou half dozen or more We know of nothing to write about but mow mud nnd lain and wo see that to scldo n mo have nluioit forgotten what it i We can tell jou of the danco the buys had Wo ny boys because tin ro wi re no girln except Miss llobbins Mis Kennedy nnd one or two innro bojs that thought thev wero girls Oh it nit a daisjl Hojs ynu La I better let the girls get up tho next This is leap year anyway Somo jiurty 0110 was chewing tobacco over thero that night but ivii cant find out fur tho lifu of us r ho it was unless It was Mr Wolf JTiut reminds mo llieri bus been a woll seen in this vicinity or near here WhIcIi Wo out lit lo Oeorgn you nro in ilmger think Mr Sum 11 or Hub II can whip it u fair fight wiilwt snitch or n knife Go to bed Tom Smuit Aleck 11 11 I Dr Iluynes leaves five chil her husband Convenient to Court house and business portion of town Good rooms and tho ta- Â¬ will My dear Implored a husband drcn all of whom nro old enotich lo fully yon behind enough to sew some button ble furnished with the best tho mnrkct affords realize their great lovs He wns n kind on my overcoat iiThey nre nearly nil indulgent husband nnd father n rue nnd ofT The very Also n good Feed Stablo nnd Hoise Lot in connection with the House faithlul friend nnd n good neighbor In replied the wife with I nrn very sorry nil the varied relations of life whothqr In a look of real regret ns she fastened her best of caro taken of stock at the usual priced Call and sco us whon you como to tho domestic circlo us legislator phjsician bonnet on TOM McGILL Very respectfully but the heathen nro suffering town or friend ho Is spoken of only in terms of nnd I havent a momonis time lo spare I praise None would be more missed in hm late for the fewing society lis it Is Clark township where by his kind and nf Philadelphia Call fublt wujh he had cndenicd himself to all Aru There Women In Ilcnrcn and whcie his place will be hard to fill I read in tho papers remarked a lady 11 that thn Mohammedan theSot a Srcllonnl Vice to her husband i Trade is dull in everything except dry ory is thnt no women nre admitted into iltl tl goods remarked a Whitehall street busiI shouldnt think 6uch n religion huvcn n 17 ness mnn yesterday would be very popular Thats bad observed n scribe Why not okcd her husband T SYLES Yia but the women will dress continWhy not he returned What interI can stand in my est would heaven havo for men if there were ued the Whitchaller door on a sunny afternoon nnd see 50000 no women there LATEST NOVELTIES You worth of dresbes pass in two hours None perhaps for single men be said see thoie ladies pointing to two well known Then he added Hut you sec my dear and wealthy wives their dresses are worth Mohammedans never begin to get religious 800 for their dresses alooc f IOU apiece Philadcl until after lhey nre married not count ng jewelry plin Cnll What does it nil signify asked the Revenue Commissioner Evnns hns gone fcribe to Kentucky for the purpose it is snid of Itkimply signifies that Atlanta women nrrnnging for nn Arthur delegation from Â¬ nre bound to have fine clothes They dress As that state to the Chicago convention as well ns any women in the land Kvaus prctendr to cirrj the republican Another merchant who was standing by Mr parly of Kentucky around in his watth mid pocket the wonder i that he found it lief lob never was in business In Atltntn essnrv 6 leave Washington for so trilling anil had women for bis customers You sec Waihingiori Post a matter that woman ncros the street Frederick Douglass hns come nut boldly The sribe said he did It gives me a Chinese fit to see that wo- Â¬ ns an advocate of General John A Lognn He declares thnt Logan is man come into the store Sumetimrs she for president The geuer dont leave until 8 nt night looking nnd the colored nnns candidate1 We are prepared as we never Chicago looking and never bujing Shu has to sec nls complexion is a little shady were before to serve old men younp Journal evcrj thing regardless of tho time nnd troumen nnd Very particular men in ble it takes It is no wonder that sometimes Kvcry state ought to haven whipping post what they want to wear in the line of the clerks full into n semi listless Mute and law nnd it ought to bii cnlorced to the Inst OvcrShirts U title r Wf answer her in monojyllujle She is one ft ripe Indianapolis Times Ww Bll fl Drawers and of the richest ladies in the city There is As for Qlfifi Neck wear nnolher ladj who stnjs regulnrlj- - from a prices they speak for vBlSBH B W hulf hour to three hours Yet she is on the Vc have the advan Â¬ themselves streets shopping every dny When 1 see tage of all compfltityrs We make her coming I escape by the back door tnd leave the clerks at her mcrcj- - She U rich a so uud her trade is to be sought after Atlanta Constitution Atlriiitlnti I lluclncs Hardinsburg Kentucky tho scasunj and 10 cash for tho sfnsto leap Iarting with tho mnre befurosbsTs known to loin foal wll forfeit tbs Inturnneonioney Caro wll be taken to prevent iicclilunL bat we will not Uo rejponnltlo should any occur You nro cordlully luvltedticallamteiamlno our librso bttrure selecting anstlmr to breed from There Is nd other breed uf iiorc 6 welt adapt Â¬ ed to lie wants ofour fnrnufi or on which wo can so surely depend for improvement in tho character and form ofour tuougrc breeds VINT SUlNKlilJ M M Deem Master II O Proctor Clk Ono of tho nbovo ifeamcn passing Clovcrroit for Memphis ench Mondays and Fridays and for Irulivllle nnd Cincinnati Wedncidayi and Saturdays For frolglit or pausge applv on board ritoritiKffoiis 3i RTrriiKts Holts Ky fl LOUIE Passenger Mail liEiEH and Express llnhcdck Co Ky Ii Oat iSfiVMnnngcr Oloverport Ky Msres from1 a distinct will lit gnliod ilz weeks free ut chargo Ko respnnslhlllry fur K OULESllVi accidents ureicapcs D HAMhLKTok Holts Ky Thujas Iftrtiiifti Packet Line Soals 3B XT it 2 L65 WILL 1JUY THE The Cincinnati and Eyansvillo Packet Line For all way landings between touJivilUnnd Ilendetion the elegant and flcot iteaniers JAMES QUTHRIB D L Penny Mniter Allen Jennings Clk HAINEOW IVeitfall Â¬ 1 Brcckenridgo Nes and Home and Jno Farm an excellent farmers appres for one year J O Steamer Jfyter J0 Warren Clk aitEYEAOLn Berry Muter R B- - Baldwin Cllt Oloverport one down and one up dally Â¬ V laiilng 83 A GRAND COMBINATION 84 FILL STOCK OF JOHN of D 8 BABBAGE will pais Clovrrport going down every Sunday at 12 pm and going op every Wednesday nt 8 W McCOY Maitw am E A DovAtLY Clerk by all the favorite an thorsoloth bfiundand in tho popular cheap Library forma at Hub Brelcenridge News AND THE LOUISVILLE THE DRY GOODS CLOTHING HATS A Splendid Assort- HIEEKLynUHi One year for only J250 Two jlnpers Tor lltti more than the price of one By paying us you will reeelve for ono j jrai iiimiio jmjirr wim ine Lourlcr-Jovir-ntha rcpresentfttivo nowspnper of the South IH iowntiet and for a Tariff lor Revenue only nnd llo best brightest nnd ablest UmHr Weekly In thd United Ststei Thoie who dev lie to examine a sample copy of the CsuiIut Journal can do 10 ut this oQice bnges ment of Good and Reliable CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES Gents Furnishing Goods i20 EflDACHE CCMPtAlKTJ are relieved by taking WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS rnrtljr TigtUUi Ho flrltlif Frist 2Sa ill Drajjlnt and all Biltoo GROCERIES NOTIONS Etc If you want bargains MITE CANDIES FOR TIIK shirtft CARTERS in any of the above lines call on me and T get them A X GENTS J FURNISING Purest and Best cstll orL not life Iiweeplngbjjo anil dare btrTirc jou die nnithlng mighty und sublime leave be hind to cuoqucr time 61 a week In yeur own tcivvn ioulfitfrte No risk Kvcry thing new Capital not rrijuiied Wo will turnlih everything Many are umklng fortunes La Â¬ dles make na much ans men nnd hejsand girls male great py Rfndcr If yon wunt business nt whltli you can ninkc irent pny all the tluio wrlto for particulars to II Hjliatt 4 Co Portlnnd Maine vu D BABBAGE A COAL MINE HORROR Olio Hundred ami Ilfljr Ilvc olro ed ly lliploxlou of in 1110 PocAtioKTifi March ll An ex plobiou occurred in tho coal mine here at 110 minutes past 12 oclock last night which resulted in the Ions of at laM ono hundred and fifty lives principally Hungarians and negroes At this early hour it is impossible to asceiUin the cause of the disaster as foul uir nnd fiic damp prevents entrance to the mine but the general and reasonable supposition u that one of tho miners struck nnil opened a fissure containing an nicu mutation of gas One hundred and fifty men were at work in the mine at thu lime not ono of whom bus coino out and it is n certainty that all who were not killed out right by tho explosion were deitroed by A few venturesome tho afiur datnp men entered the mine this morning but were speedily driven out again by thu foul uir lhey discovered n number ot bodies near tho entrance all of whom wtic horridly mangled homo with heads blown entirely oT nnd others deprived of all their limbs presenting a most appalling spectacle The Intgu ventilator was bfowu to dplinters nnd the mino enn not bo entered with safuiy until a new ono Is constructed A few moments ngo an exploring parly colored tho mine hot were quickly driven baik bringing with them six bodies all J here Is ihut huvo so far been recovered now no hope that even one ot the hundred nnd fifty ojcratives will cscnpo wilb life lriiiiit iaal Vn 11 Di In a Bfck Ilcadteha and relieve all tbs tr6ulles loci- dent to a billon ute of the STtlcm aach as Du llness Hanica Srowalnnt Dlitreii ortrr tmg Whlla their Boat liln In tha Side Ac shovra In curing remark- lo taccctl has beta CURE KiCHELOE Hardinsburg Ky a specialty and strive to please men and women too who do the buy Â¬ ing for their husbands and sons V G BABBAGE MASTER COMMISSIONER -- Now gentlemen wont you hon- Â¬ or us with a call and seo what you we have and how cheap they are an a ni Attorney at Law IIAHDIYNnUUG people alwnjs en the leekont for chancei lo increase their euruioKS and in time Lecowa wealthy r those who do not iuinrove their on v portunllcii renin In In poverty olTer a grmt chnnco to niukr money We want inunr men women boya nnd glrli to work fnr us right In their Oku lomlltiri Any one can do the orh prniiorly from the start The liislneM will pay more Ihap ten tlroei trillnnry aroi Rxpomlve tulfit furnlihtdfrre No man who engagci fnlli to umke money rapidly Ton can devote jour whole time to the work or on- Â¬ ly ynur iparo moments Full Information bl4 all that Ii nredoJ rent freo- - Addres Stiktox i Co Portland Maine rt t- - TTdaeheTttCartCTaUttloLvcrFUIare equally voltublo In Constipation cuiing and prercatlnij this annoying complaint whlla thtr also correct all disorders ot tha atomach stimulate the llvir ooditgaUtethobowela Bvcn li they only Curttl SICK mmA ft RASAaA i lev 33 WALL STREET CLOVERPORT KY Will practtco hU profession In nil tho courts of Ilreckenrldgo County anil til JuWrUl ills- tri t Special attention gives M the collccllon of claims etc A iltaro of pnbllt iiatronnk lolielted weok roude at homo hv the In- Host builncss now be- U BA foro tho imblic Carltnl not un J IVo Will start you liuv Mon nuiuen and girls wanted everywhere to work or ps Now is tho time You aln work In iparbtliuo or givo yonr wholo tlmo In- tho liulncs No qthcr buslntMi will pay you nearly as well No one can fall to make enormous pay by enn Ins at onco Coitly outfit nd tortus freo Mo ney muja fait easily and honorably Address Tsui ic Co Auguit Ma no Vi Jno C lUnmnit Clovcrport Ky V fl Nannie k Hardinsburg Ky UBiepUQff Tho senior pirtner would KSpottfully Infoim the cltiiens of Qluvcrport nnd BreclicnrjJga cuunty that having cgulinil hii IicKlth ie Is now ready to reiiuno the practlro of his profes- Â¬ sion lu Il incork county ejpiclnlly and hav Â¬ I ing anociutcd wllh him V Riibbage who resides at IUrdlolirg hcilatteri lifmntlf that pre so situated tint the they will bo able o give entire satisfaction to all who may wish to pulronlil tlciiij uml we hereby lender bur sincere thanks ta tiQ prvplo of iluckenrldg and Hancock counties for iqftfuvors and hnra by strict nttention to merit the confidence to generously uonfltlod to hem heretofore Kspe aisl atteutloa will he given to the collection of clultns no only in the ooiintlct named but in ell tho counties cmnpntlng the fourth judicial HAUUAUH X SON Attorneys district l Ache theywonldbealmoat priceless to those whoÂ¬ suffer from this dittreutug complaint bat fortunately their goodness does not end here and thoto vtbo one try them will find tbcee little nlllavala able In ao many ways that they wlllnot be willing to do without them IMt after all alclc head HEAD ACHE CLIFTON Excelsiof Marble Works 7ft durtrloui WATERJILLS Having lately put the rbor named Mills In perfect rcpalrwe are now ready to do Brat class work and Insure general satllfaction Cuitoot work 11 specialty One eighth toll nnd good An ex turn out 11 ml good flour guaranteed perlenrcl miller itlways In the mill and ready to accommodate lood sublet for hursei from a distance Grinding ut allkoura nlghtor day f They axo strictly vegetable and do sot Borce but by their gcntlo action pleaee all who Bold iioWm InTlaleatXotentaiflveforfl by diBggurti everywhere or sent by null CARTJER MEDICINE CO He York Is thebsno of f o naay live that here la where we miko oar great bout Oar plUa care It wMla other do not Carters tlttlo Llrrr nils ar very rraaJl sad rery easy to take Ooaor two pills male doto CatarrH ELYS CREAM tyf BALM Flour Meal and Feed always on bund ami fnr tale iboap Tlisnk lnr tbo publlo fur their liberal ptrunagln the part we would respectfully solicit a uontlnuanco of the tame The only known rpectfle for Xpfierito rite VJ1 Alto for Epaims and Falling Elckneu Kuvoui WeaknrM It lnetaatly relieves and carte Cleanse blood and quickens iltvftih clrcalatton Vtatr llie ttrai of dleeaie and aave alcknew CUxm has gained an env ublu wlierereir known displacing all other A a pmiarutjons iirticlo of undoubted iuert Ii convgql opt and cleanly It causes no pain nor refutation 125 i TWICE A WEEK 1251 j The Best Newsiest and Cheap- Â¬ est Newspaper In the South IS FOR SAIB II Y J E KEITH CLOVERPORT THE KY CO HAY FEVER inching IT IS NOT A LlQUIDOnSNUtF Ito A SKEPTIC SAID ELJJAH BOARD Hardtniburg Ky COLKMAN A QLASaOW PAYNES VILLlT Doctor Winder Is building n Inrgo stor houso ut this pltco Tho grand jury ha got nil the bijs in the woods this week Mrs A G IVjmlre and litllo Kmmct have been nick for tonic tin e but nre now mi roving 1 William IlhodcK nnd fmnlly arc going to eart out selling bid Hpritrg oon Irof A 0 Frymlrus tcliool was out lust Thuisday The sawmill Is enjoying a Illeknry rest nt tliUpluc lteuiember that Dr WlnJpri Tower dry goods hoiiq will be in full Pulaco blast the firt of next innnlh T W Mnredock has nld his ftotk of goids nt Webstrr and gouo In fkriulng Alex Khelliran was hern yejludar look Ii g fur hi giHiidchlld tltt hu biicn luli n uwij fiutu Lome ud The compnny working the mines is tho Southwest Virginia Improvement Company of which Mr John C llscy of Pcnnsyl vnnift is president They are compara tively new having been in active operation about fourteen months Iho explosion occurred In what Js known ns Picreponts tng tha twtue Boat btlton tendenele and mine Thu oilier mino known at tho EaU clear cempleilon Ucjualled by none la toe makes delirium ot fewer A ebannlnc reiolrcnt and a DiatchloM mine connected lh thoforiner by m laxative It drive Blck Ueadaohe like tha wind gnUcry Is completely demolished prCoBtalosnodrutlccathantooropUU BeUevca 2 P Fire hns junt made Its nppmr mice nt the mouth of the mine which THE 6REJIT3 destrojs nil chnnco of cntrnnct Thu majority of the lint miners are Hungarians the rctnnindir with about half u dozen the train of morbid fancies Promptly ccra KMn exceptions being ncgroe inattim by ronUnglt llcetorts Ufe gtvlng prp At lliu time of thu explosion the town tie to the blood Is guaranteed to cur all nerves wns startled from Its sleep by a nolso dUorderi rrjiellbIo vben all opiate fan He resembling thu rumbling ol nn earthquake fraibes tha jntnd and Invigorate the body Cure mroua or money reianijexl quickly followed by a loud clap of lljundor Directly nftcrwnrds n mcisengr from be mliigH whiph nro rtenrty a inllo out of town cam 0 rushing In nml nnlllicd Superintendent Poddi that an explosion hat occurred He with others Imme tA rerroflellltedlnT4racflat II diately prncecdoi to tho tceuo nnd at onco Tor TaMtaonlali and elrcalars send alamp Tka aw terrlblo signs nf thn disaster UcLwm4 eM CiSL The entrance to the mtiln shaft was entirely L0RU ST0UTENUUR0H 00 Arjents turn out aid tcatlcnd around on the CIIICiGO IIX ogly blotchet and Hobbora blood eoree XHmutatet Bolle CarbunclM and Bcaldi prIennaacsUy and promptly cures peril ijj Tea It ta a ctumlnj beallhful Aperient KtlU Scrofula and Kiat Evil twtahrtwen Change Mdlmewtocoodtrtmo Iropri SUPEfIB H0LSTEIN BULL DENTAL NOTICE -- PRINCE ALBERT Will itand at Cspt Wrn Smiths In Holts Ilbttoin the present season and will bo permit ted tu sorvs cows nt 3f tho uioooy due whon the lervlco Ii rendorud ai Apply y the fln ger Into the nostrils it will be absorbed of Â¬ fectually6leanilng iho nasnl panngea of catarrhal virui causing hehlthy iccretlons It al- Â¬ lays InOamuiatlen protects Iho membrannl li- Â¬ nings of the head from additional voldi com- Â¬ pletely heals tho loroi and reatoros the lenio of tafle and smell Denoflclal results aro readied by a few applications Sd4ly It Confaim tho YEAR Pol test news Everybody should take it It gives thoia tcit nows tnyi iicatfiiic of the oilfnhloned weeklies nnd or less money It is DEMO CUATIf but at tho sstue time INDPUND KNT Jn Politics The underlined having sold kls Drug Etore la now prepared to do all kinds of Uoutal work on short notice sod In the nioit approved style ef ths art Teeth extracted with little or no pain by tho uo of a local anesthetic Artificial loth inicrted u si to look perfectly natural All work gunrauleed Denial work strictly raih OITice over the Star Irug Store No 82 Wallitrcet Cluvtrport Ky I1H f II WHITE Ill JOB WORK kind neatly executed at this office The larg anort Of overy class aiid fJSrKjr2K5fraed Orl iSiXlBi Jiffelo And our prices are the same as Louisville Send for of mutuous membrannl irritations circular lly mall prepaid alia ii paokage lrlnco Albert Ii black and white Ond loriu itauips received Sold by all nlioloialo and vrelghi about l 200 lbi and wai two years old retsil tlrugglili II was bought or J I the Gth of hit May IjLV HHOTHBPS PruglUti Owegp NY luthrle of Shelby county Ky Ills tlam wi Iady Kishcr a favorite milker thnt gam 3 gal HARDIH3BURH CLOVERPORT EXPRES loni per day He is owuod by IJH tl II KUIITZ BEARD Proprietors SMITH Veliiterf Ky Iiearoi Olovorport furIlnrdniburgdAllyex eopt Sundays at f ue6ok a tn Connects at Oloverport with tho Xnulsvllla and Henderson mall lino itoamira Persons deslrlsg convey ThePeruvian Antidote xprtis bnilnMS aicaoau l aconiinopatsd promptly nttaiijed ta for OPIUM ani MOUIIIIA recently dlicov cred An AUSOIUTEIY INlAIUIUIEcure A standing ilTcr of Fivo Jlundrcil Dolluri for nnd llewaru yf counterfoil an incurable caie wrlto fur artlcuian tn Du I I DAHWIN V 35 Jollvnon it Iouvllo Ky EUR 1 XDSSOKIFOPIOlsr A thorough treatment eil cure sa itip Tor COID HTAW lliuilticlsevuiit Ueufnvtsa or uny kind Cnequuled ej241KU lummnryi tho best reading matter tho best ed- Â¬ itorial and tha bust market reports all for SEND FOR SPEOIMEN COPY Kvery farmer eVery uisrchant every trader must have It I Remember yyu get 10 1 papers and doqllo the reading matter given by nn ordinary week Â¬ ly for l2 und ltnomes to you TWICE X WEEK f Hand the money to our agent In your coun ty or remit direct to ui THE LOUISVILLE POST Lovisviixk Kt For Sale STORE ROOM AND DWELLING IN THE TOWN OF WEBSTER Opt fetororromn and House and Lot the Ur dotitfiinlng Ht acres of lunil n tho town of Welstrr Ky one of the lost locations In tho county for u country store The present ftrni loll from 10000 to 12UUtl worth of goods por year It a op the line of the nrcsint projected railroad known as the Dry Yulley route Pries lOdOv PoiiessUn given April It 1884 Term easy lir further particulars address tho 1 THE NEWS 50 PER IS ONLY BIRD CAGES illy of slUTies at UAIJHAiJB8 Â¬ est went In th SHIETS mow BIJY YOUR Subscribe for it BOOKS of every description at Bs School Hooks at bsges s apples ipoelultyo 1 Piyi for THIS rAPEHomYtar Jt1 PAitAiTJc mrj 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