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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir MMMMMMM if a iiia 1 r D 1 1 i Bulwe CONSCIENCE IN Lyitons TENNESSEE Bridge Where It Touches the Shores end tha Great Columns In Midstream Whatabfaullfiit bridge between oldageaml elilldhcmil Is religion Hint Intuitively the child begins vr Jlh ptayvrand worship un etitcilngllfe KniJ tiuw Intuitively on quilting life Iho old niM nurshlp putting ram turns tinak tn liltnietr again aldo by shle wllh tlis Infant re narka Mir It lluhter Ivttun In hit Strange THE VOL VIII TRUTH AND FALSEHOOD BREGKENBIDGE which the murderers demanded witnesses and compelled tho presence of witnesses Rut still as I said before we could soo but dimly The moon was Milking faat now The How slow and lelibernte they were barrow evidently had a heavier tuad than ever before The heavy chulu and the chained girl7l It moved heavily slowly through the great wbito girdle of gleaming salt slowly and sadly liko a funeral march At tail It touchtd the edge of the dark All was still ns silent as death waters It seomed that some nno nf llicso mpn tno ol them three of them all of them must disobey this giant and icoustcr kill tim if and save this beautiful girl necessary Even if they had nn scusn of chivalry or virtue or valor in them to help tho helpless it did seem as if some one any one all might do almost nnylhitig to protect hcr 8avj her Two men rodo up dismounted held their horses by the long tethers as they stood thero fretful and knee deep in the gleaming girdle of salt aud so hastily lifted belong black coffin into the boat Thr giant solemnly and silently took his place at the bar and began to move slowly and certaiuly toward the dark and desolate rock In tbo deeps of the lake The horsemen remounted drew back lints in hand nod so sut with the others looking out at the colossal nnd silent boat it an with his singular freight Was he rowing to reach this rock where the corpse hud been seen loaded down in tbo water with chains Would he not go on on on anywhere and eacapc theso brutal and blind followers who believed him a saint engaged in maintaining the Church of Je sus Christ Rut these mem did not doubt for a mo They sat their bin tea in u crescent in e tit about the head of iho lake and looked on tranquil silent reverential waiting with certainty the signal of death Never fell there such a silence Navcr was there such ii murder as this Far away above the gleaming towers of snow the stars stood trembling The moon began to hasten away nnd slide swiftly down in the west behind the hill on which wo stood as if leriified and refusing to bo a nitness Tho man saw that the iiiood was going away and bo dipped his onrs with rapid nnd hsnvy stroke The water shnne sparkled flushed in the moon Tbo inrs dug into the heavy water as if dipping into u sea of inoltea silver The boat struck the rnckl You could hear it grate and grind all was so still J he giant Mood up in the boat a second then with his broad right hand slowly drew back the covering und looked down as if into n face in the coffin lie was so tall his form teemed like a tree He cast a black and frightful shadow far out over the sea of silver in the fading moonlight Ihe mounted Dauite loomed up in tho Birnge larger than heroic statues At lust Ihe colossal Ggure in the bunt leaned over caught up something long und heuvy from the cof fin stcod up tall nndtcrriblo with it poised in the air high above bis bend in his two mighty hands He poised it there a mo ment dallied with it heaved his great heavy shouldeis arched his long strong back surged to and fro in tho failing til vary moonlight and then with vehement force threw it forward into the depths of tho dark water with all the tremendous power that was in him Tho waters dashed up gleamed like a sunrise closed over and all was still again in the heart of thu great dark waters c death A hand was lifted to us from the nearest horseman and we passed on over ibu bill right in tho face of the great round moon now settling down to rest in iho far off Sierras nnd I never saw the place again for twenty years or more And when I did return I came from London to write up the trial of Rrigham Yoang who was then being tried for his life for complicity in murders like this Ry good forluno I found an old friend of mine was then Governor of the Territory Wo seaiched this spot for the skeletons but as beforo observed the lake had bo Glled that while wo found the buried rock and littlo island we found nothing more I told a Mormon elder this ttory and be earnestly assured me that all we had seen of the ond was the mirage a delusion that tho missionary did not drown the girl but had taken this course to save her from thr Dnnites that he bad left Ihe grl in the willows to fall in with the next train that came by while he had thrown only his bag of bread or something of that sort with Ihe chain about it into tho black waters of the great lake Let us hope so at least TIKrN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWS NO 39 PRETTY GIRL AND MASHER A titir CITY OF CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 23 1884 A YJ Knt between Ita distant Abutment Ilia bridge of life hat many high and awful nrclim thrnngh whleh the wild waters dash and roar in wrath and destitution alsno d not aiialaln theso In u t lie unshaken beneath trj TRIP THROUGH THE SOUTH lrnjer and worship A ar wALUcit nnmtK 1 skill mint rear and lulldlfj the alruelure over lirad Goda will li belt exemplified lu the la wi lie hai made fur the creatures whom lie hai placed under their eontrul Xelthertheehllds truilful Our Father nor the old mans For Â¬ get in not In the uildtt of mlno Infirmities will alter tlili by the weight of n alngle grain Helenre and art Oral then faith and prayer li the order of llcaren Itielf Divinity heals through 111 agents and thme agents are the dlieerariei of man not the vague announce ment of prophcti and aecra la llfo a burden a Tour power to t you f Does time drag cope with lifes problem and duties weakened You aro not well Your blood la alugglsh and talnte 1 perhapa or aome important organ la torpid or overworked This faet may hare taken the form of dyspepsia rheumatism gout malaria palna In tho stomach chronic head h or any of a doien other ills lA KKBIlS Tokio wilt Invigorate you na fresh air Invlgn rates thais who have bten shut up in damn fetid cells Ii Is powerful pure delicious sp- Â¬ antide safe the keystone of the central aroh of the bridge of life Natures lolld neks mid human art and si moat lies do Tor it season brlet but beyond tho sky Lives only that which on earth was true I In the lar aftcrstrctoh of years When Ufa has grown to rt lengthend thread Thruughjnys nnd sorrows smiles and tears Tho Truth will surely risofrom the dead I A Lie may prosper iiaxlm for you 0 gentle youth With bouyant heart and beaming eyei TIs better to mourn for a burled Truth Than feast nt the board of a living Me I Tho Truth may perish or item to dlo Rdltnr Dreckenrldge News I I promiicd to wrile to some of my friends whilo I was gnne but ns I was constantly traveling or In such position when I had the timo that I could not write I was perforce compelled tn violate my promise To make amends I will now with your kinil pcrmiftsinn give through the col Â¬ Arise In nil majesty and might Strone with the strength of long reiioio And rending tbo hearts of men aright Choora Its npostles nlone from those Who stood for It In the day of ruth When It waa banned with hue and cry From thoao who wept for murdered Truth Italhcr than laugh with triumphant Llo I lie auro of this O radiant youth As to tbo future your steps ye bend t Falsehood may seem to conquer Tiuth Dut the latter will trlamph In tho end TJfiSTEDJBY TIME STRONGS ix Bccczssm rac roa PECTORAL PILLS UooJ Digestion Keirularitr of tbo Itowels A pr clnue -boon to dellesste remnlca soothing and bracing- the nervous srstnm and giving vigor and tissllh to very fibre of the liodjr Sold lir Drurs lstt For laraphleu oUjddreu C si CO Ccdur ht JiYY City Til best Itemed for Coughs Colds Dycpeiw lis and Kheiltnutlftm Insure IIalthy Appetite 0 gontlo youth With buuyant heart and beaming eyo TIs better to mourn for n buried Truth Than fonst at tho board of a living Llo TIs bolter to earn an humble crust With honest sweat and truthful llpsj For Falsehoods fruits ayo turn to dust Aud of Its wlno the Devil si pa I A maxim for you Copyrighted by C liTMUlcT 1881 HALF A CENTURY SEALED UNTO IIIM A STORY OF THE EARLY la CUUU DAYS OF MORMOXISM By JOAQUIN AUTHOR OP SOKOM OV ASH li d SUSaTal MILLER HASHES TUB HIKIIIMS lIIE ETC MtMoniE AM BIME Published In Til it UiucKKNRiiiaE Nkws by Special Arrangement with the Author OUAPTKR VI SUUIKtl IN TUK LXKI ai M tUF M BITTERS R J i CURES ALLDISEASESOFTKt f LIVER KIDNEYS STOMACH BOWELS J AND ALL DRUGGISTS priceIdolur Dyspepsia Gouoral DoZitlity It contains onlv tho rarest Drugs among hlch may bo enumerated PiH7 ASH BIZ im SZ33H3 tunam sun7 ezittu It cleanses tbo system tburoughly and as a Jaandlos Haliltnal Coaatlpa- tlon Ilvor Complaint Slok Hoadaoho Dlsoniod Kid- noy Etc Xto i PUBIPIEB OP THE BLOOD Is Uncqualed It bo Died as each by reason of Its Catliank Froporttea It Is not an Intoxicating bcvorao nor ess 5 PBIOKLT ASH BITTERS Solo Proprietors ST LOUIS AND CO KAN3AS CITv Send six cei ts for tage and reiolve a costly package of goods which f help all of cither U were money right away than anything Fortunes await tbo wnrkcls In this world At onco address Teuk t eolutely sure Augasta Maine J PR F pos Â¬ tree box will aox else ab Co i 5 COEERATEO Q The kidneys act ns purifiers of tho blood and when their fuuctlons Are Interfered with through weakness they need toning Tner become healthfully active by the use of Hostellers Stomach Hitters when tailing This abort of relief from other sources superb stimulating tonlo also prevents ami urrests fever and ague constipation liver complaint Irspepsbi rheumatism and other use it with regularity ullments for sale by all Druggists and Dealers 8ltTEB generally i M TUTTS XppctiU Boirela costive WloW llmd nch rullnea rtfterntliiveraloii to cxerllau of Iiody or minds KrucUtlort or food Irritability or temper tow spirits A reellntr of IibtIuk nelectecl aomesluty JliilitaslutterlnitthoÂ¬ IIartDot Iierore the eyealiluhly col ore a Urine tONHTIIVVTIONV and do tnand tho uto of n vomody that acts 1lroUr on tbo IJvor AsaUrormoflloliioTUTfS the rVLIM havo no oiual Tliolr octlonun removing niul gkln U also prompt all Impurities Uarongli llioso tlucoacaT ensera of tlie syatm protluolnp rrnpo ito sound illgostlon rtiKUlisr utoolsa clear tklnonaaTlgorousbodv TUTTH VUIA eauao no nuusoa or grlplnjf 1101 lnterfcro with dally work and ni o u perfect BoMerrrywIiereiiltc From these aourous arlao turco ionrths of tho diseases of Uio human race t Ihoso symptoms lndionte tlielr oxlstoncu jMt of DISORDERED LIVER MALARIA and TORPID BOWELS ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA OUlettMiirniyHtNY Uivack by it jlnlo on tantly to n jiUcallon of tUla Urn On M by DruugUts Or tent byoxnrcBaonreooIptof Ofnoe ttJIurrwy Street New York IUTT3 MAtlUAL OF UStFUt ttECIIPTS fKU HAIR DYE TUTTS WiiiaKKiu olmngod in oo Ouat IIin Glr A1 KA Pays for THIS IAPKR one Year tpX i If Vi 7Jo rnts fur months J Jo for 4 tuoi A Tlio Danile leader now beckoned our party to move on bidding us leave I lie heaviest li chain behind Tho horsemen merely glanced rtt eneb other They knew what wnt to bo done and swung inlo the saddle us one man No Cromwell ever had troopers obeJient as were these ignorant and despcruto followers of ihe falsa religion in America If you who have this question to settle sooner or later will only slop to consider n moment you will obsorve that all such monstrosities that poor human nature has brought forth on the earth have Uo elements fur their Btablishment one the father of them a learned inun a superfic ially learned niuu a crank nnd tbo oth er clement i densely ignornnt mass of mankind to sow hi doctrines among to mature and inninlnin them when they take root And these two elements nrn nevei They never will be wanting in recruit whilo ignorance is bo general upon the earth Of course you can not duUroy the leaders tho crunks men crazy ser their books nnd about religion Rut you can ut terly destroy their following Plough up the Held rtillivato it and the tares will perish in time This is the remedy Cul liraiion intelligence education associa tion with others have already done much broken oil the hurd corners of this rock in the sea Rut let ignotuuee prevail there as it did thiny years ago and you will see renewed nil the ferocity cruelly and crime in tbo name of lbs rcw religion which we knew then Destiny these people by warl No you can not destroy them by war even though you pour in a million of men with guns and nil tho treasure of this universe You might kill them every one and confiscate their homes And jet in Kurope any where everywhere wherr there is ignoiance to follow and fanaticism to lead you might sro a Mormon Church Cur train moved on Tho horsemen galloped nlocgside or a littlo way after having had somo silent otders from their ginnl and iron hearted leader Then they todo back Then they galloped up ihe hill alongside again and so remained until we had reached the top of the steep bill Here we were ordered to stop and wait till wo were permitted again to movo on No one hud spoken to tho girl to say good by Hope had been kindled in her She had cven taken a step forward heart to fall in with the moving train and follow us as wo started A heavy band fell on her She lifted her eyes to tho misshoulder sionarys let them fall and stopped as still as the dead When wo turned about in tho full wbito mootilicht on the hill and looked after the horfomen while they dashed down the hill in a cloud of dust wo could ceo but dimly Rut n nVhn who professed Jo see clearly suid tbo giant as leading tho girl down toward bis own cunip and the ugly coffin hiding away there In ihe shadows Oneoflbq horsemen rode down to the mouth of the littlo stream wlicio it fell into ibelako and drew a boat that was hidden thoro up Into a little cove formed by the waters of the brook We could not see Ihe girl now What was being done As sad boforo we could see but indistinctly now Ry and by somo ono saw the monstrous giant onco more pushing bl long black box before him down toward tbo lake hud pointed out the dark object lo The horsemen rode somo distance others leisurely behind with their hats in their The girl still could not be seen bands At Icngtha dreadful suspicion crept over us and a cry bunt from one of the women She wrung her hands and cried hysterically that ihe girl was in the collit and they wete going lo buiy her in the lake Tho woman was silenced with effort nnd all stood still as death waiting waiting The moon seemed only n littlo way above us only a little higher tin the hill and oh so palo and pitiful and sorrowing elio seem eill The fur while mountains of snow shone llko silver in this whitest and brighltst of silver moons this side of Arabia Why wero we compelled lo aland here Surely hey meant to and see all ihi murder Ibis girl and make us witness It In order to spread error anil tho ear of their power to judge and o execute judgment I through the lauJ Hire was a tnmdcr o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ umns of the Ntwt some account of whut I suw during my trip through Florida and other portions of the south I left Clovcrpoit in January when tho river was full of Ice and tho ground covered with snow 1 spent one day In Louisville visitiug some of the boys of Clovcrpurt who have situations there In less than forty eight hours after leaving Louisville I looked out a Iullmnn car window upon the pines and sand hills of Alabama Hound trip tickets from Louisville to New Orleans are sold in t Informer city nt ruinously low prices These tickets give you the privilego of stopping ofTat any aud every station you may dcsiia I made the jaunt easy staying some time in Montgomery Alabama and a few hours in Mobile The former is tho capital of the state and is a very interesting and typical old stylo southern city It is the centre of the cotton growing region and near the city may be seen some old plantations whoso owners are now sleeping beneath the sod In ihe present condition of things these old plantations can only suggest the old system cf cultivation with slavo labor The grand old mansions homes of ihe once wealthy owners und scones of the old princely hospitality nic now but runs tumbled down and dilapidated or marked with the brand of the u The quarters incendiarys torch cluster of slave cabins in many cases may yet be seen tome in a ruinous condition The family burial lots are generally n tangled mass of trees and vines Rut tbo owuers are not to be found and tho lands aro tilled by negro renters Theso rent a few acres and grub away a fight against nature for enough to satisfy the hunger of the inner and enter the nakedness of the outer man They work harder and have less to eat than before the war but I never heard one of them express a desire to live under the old regime Fresh from the snow aud ice and slush und mud in old Kentucky I was delighted by tho sight of the beautiful jards and gardens of this fair region Such trees covered with jnponicas in full bloom tuch supeib magnolias with their glossy foliage ufTording exquisite relief to the eye wearied with much gazing upou vast stretches of snow nod ice In passing along I took in Mobile with its curious cemeteries and delightful shell roads which follow the west side of tbo Retwccn Mobile bay for several miles and New Orleans tho railway bkirts along near the shore of the Gulf of Mexico At times ou catch beautiful glimpses of this grand kheel of wuter n jou croas the bays aud bayous and rivers which form part of the coakt line The bridges ary in length from one fourth to two and a half miles nil built on piling Almost every suitable These delight site has its summer resort fill places aro patronized by the people of Ray St Louis New Orleans and Mobile Riloxi Pass Christian and Mississippi City are the best nnd favorite resorts of the Some repair to them to pleasuro seekers live cheaply while others go to live like lords Here you can catch all the fish and oysters you want Pemacola Florida is quite a historic old place but most of the land on which it rests is rough and rugged the city badly laid off nnd the streets dirty and unattractive Here you find most of the population ecgnged in ihe lumber or fish business and hero you can seo ships from all over the The natives world loading with lumber You find no busi are indolent nnd dirly ness going on that is not handled by northern men We spent about two days and then chartered the in Pensacola sailing vessel Phantom or a short cruise down Chatahatchie Ray to the oot of Santa Rosa island where wo pasted a month in hunting fishing nnd exploring Game is plentiful and tho fishing excellent Every story of tin south always contains n fish lie but I will not tell mlno until I On our return voyage longthen it a littlo very rough weather in we encountered fact I got very seasick The Florida ciaze is getting worso and more of it Old men and young men rush madly to Florida and invest all they have not thinking in an orange oichard that they will havo to wait till five long years roll by beforo they can gather the Hlieriuiaiiv Nclioruu golden fruit Then thoy sell out or a Did you tee that story about Qcn Sher- Â¬ incro song and return to ihoir old homes inquired ono anxious Washington man sadder but wiser men It is truo that a politician of another great many oranges aro grown in Florida What was that but by no manner of means docs sbo grow Why it is reported that he is willing to While in Pen all that come from there run for tbo presidency on the democratic sacola saw a vessel from Genoa Italy I ticket They arrive loaded down with oranges Wellwhatofit bring ihem hero and box them up and Why man It Is tbo most What ol it then they aro scut north as fine oranges sensational piece of news I oyer heard af from Florida Ob theres nothing very eonsaltatiul To farm in Florida is to plant an acre of about it Sherman has kissed cyery girl sweet potatoes and a little patch of corn in the republican party and now ho Is hunt The largest plant I saw in Florida wa ing around for an open sesame to Iho lips This was a full tho Pensacola graveyard of Iho democratic beauties Oil City plant a yellow fever plant Rllmrd On our way back homo wo stopped ut This is a fine place to Riloxi Mississippi llolluil Ieuriiiiil WltKloiii I notlco youre always in a hurry In gel get pleasure and good eating Wo were ttng away lo jour dinner John Whats treated very kindly at tho Montrose Hotel tho reason From tho piazza you get a fine view of Oh I live In a boarding house Ship Island about twelve miles out on the gulf Itioems ai If Ihe world had been Wliut has that to do with it A good deal If ou ever take your ransacked lo populate this place A meals in one you will find there is a great directory of Riloxi would be quite Interest advantage in being early at tbo table Ing Ynu would nscorlaln that Signnr Somorvlllo Journal Rombcceni nf Sicily keeps u good barber hop while Herr Schneider ol Germany Waibiug the face of beauty is no test of is a rival in the same basintus Leon what Is on it There are palutj that stick Queyrouge of Fraocc keeps a thriving poo Iadman lltucay while on the opposite tide LOfU Â¬ Â¬ Gotncz of Spain conduced a similar business And they do say that Mm Rridget Ollafleity f Ireland keeps n right down good boarding house while Mrs Dinah Smlih the colored lady actoss the way enjoys an enviable reputation us washer and Ironer From Riloxi to New Orleans you pass Renuvoir tho homo of Jefferson Davis late president ol the lute Confederate Status of America n short lived republic m jtu are aware that was born in iho throes of war auckled the blood of battle and died in tho agouy of defeut Penco to ita ashes I The railway seems until sou strike Algiers on thu river opposite New Orleans to traverse nothing but stamps You see nlinators until you get tired of looking at them We only spent one day in New Orleans aud employed that lu visiting iho curiosils stores and nil thu crent tights of thu city Fiom here I started for old Kentucky fullj satisfied that she is ihe best place yet Tuko Florida ns ynu will she Isnt any thing but sand piuo and mnsqutoes All you hear about its being a line country for young men to get a start in are simply lies told for the purpnte of selling he lands to foolish strangers by speculators who stop nt no falsehood to coin money out of the credulity of the dissutitfied poilion id humanity Men with money in plenty who can buy lauds with ornugo orchards already binriug may mnkn a good thing of i but the man with limited means in my opinion can not find sn the continent n belter section of country lo studiously moid II K R Gititiiinr A GOV All anil till Criitliimiii it New York Time A very pretty girl Htlited in n long seal n tjoiiiliivlur Vtrt Itillf iiiuui Anict KrSrrAND THE PARDONING - POWER Sujsj tliswill Ir Pnsrey Im ilonlng IlxccutlvrIrrvly 1n tliu luuiir Union csl or u tin- IS Courier Journal 10th Unless the logoluturo docs something toward remedying the state of affairs at the penitentiary Gcv Knott will paidon out hundreds of convicts as freely as did Gov Rluckburn Tho speaker was Dr II K Pucy the newly appointed superintendent of the Anchorage asylum and the remark was madu in conversation with a reporter yesterday Yea ho continued the condition of I was affairs there is really shocking talking to Gov Knott about the matter Saturday and he expressed tho gravest appro He informed me that while the hcusions penitentiary lins room for ti0 convicts aud lucilitici for employing only 1150 there are about 1150 who must bo confined thero afA few days ngo he ter the 1st nf October receis ed a letter from a contractor who has krJ in his charge saving that he would return them by the 1st of June His contract was to keep them till October but he will not need them after May and will pay for tboir keep until tho agreement expires I he other contractors have also notified thu authorities that they will return all in their charge by the firi t of October With near ly 1200 convicts crowdod inlo quarters thai will scantily accommodate half the number and SOO unemployed hundreds of deutbs may be expected An epidemic will break oul that will carry off not only convicts but citizens and I tell you bouesty I wouldnt dare tn live in Frankfort at such a time Unless something is promptly done the only preventive is tho free use of the pardoning power and Gov Knott will certainly avail himself of it He is too humune amun to have the blood of those convicts on his hands Dr Pusey is a cloe friend of iho governors and it is lafe to say that he bus authority for making this statement Â¬ Imlli ninth limit iiliury It jnlurg ROASTED TO DEATH sit lliirdcv ut I lie n 11 nli April 14 News has just reached this city of two terrible crimes com mitted at a place called Lyons about nine teen miles from Austin in IVjclte county The fuels in tho case areAt a late hour on Saturday night n burly negro named Gibbs an ox convict ontered tho bouse of Mrs Moore whiteaud a widow and ordered lior to prcpnro supper for him The poor wotusn though frightened nt the presence of such an unwolcomo iiltor nnd the hour being Into refused to comply with the ni gros demand whereupon ho deliberately proceeded to the woodshed procured I dont believe It the old gentleman an axe returned to the house and brutally What were murdered the helpless womau He then said after a breathless pause lied Friends of the family nrrivod soon you treating euch othor in that mannor for after and the alarm being given a posse ol if you are brother aud sister Shos a little mad because I wouldnt one hundred men set out on the trail of the murderor and succeeded in capturing at an take her to ihe circus this afternoon thats early hour this morning ten miles distant all said the youth And Im Im awfully ashnmcJ of it from the scene of his horrible crime too suid tt e pretty girl beginning to cry Gibbs was then marched back to Mrs And I think youre an awfully stupid old Moores whero he was identified by Ins vio tims little children who had witnessed the thing to make such a fuss she ndded pus He was then sionately to tbo old gcntlemnn butchery of their mother Perbapr suggested tho youth to the taken to a neighboring wood and ordered Realizing that ho conduclor who with the policeman still to prepare for denth porhops bad no chaucc fur mercy he confessed bis gazed speechlessly upon them guilt He was then chained to small tree as yuuve stopped about a dozen cars be a fire was at onco kindled and the brutal hind you if you should ring that bell and murderor waa made to expiate his crime by start tho procession tho funeral may get up to Eleventh street in tho course of tho ono still more horrible that of being roast afternoon No arrests have been made ed to death Tbo conductor utterly crushed rang the nnd it is not likely that those who dealt oul this shocking retribution will bo held bell Tho policeman looked foolish Ihe old gentleman seemed hopelessly cnsl amenable to law down and the other rasscngers havo not llo Ilcllevcil lu tho Hat AVnlir Cure ceased yet lo congratulate themselves thai Landlady How ts your health now Mr they did not get nu opportunity lo take Riggs part in the cnnliomsy RlggS Much better thank you Landlady What doctor did jou have Illustrnled with cuts said a young urRiggs I did uptgo to a doctor but conchin ns he drew his pocket knlfo across cluded to try the hot water cure the lo ires of his grammar bonk Illus Landlady Hot water Why when do rated with cuts said tho schoolmaster as ho drew his cane across the buck of tho you lake it Rlggi At bieakat Another cop of young urchin Philadelphia Call that coffee please Little Aggies sLterhad invited her best Tho chemist is tlio wittiest of men He young nnin to ten Thero was a lull in hi ik always ready with a retort The Judgs coiivcroulion which was broken by the In quUilive Aggie Rut someilmus he iiu llltlc too precipitate Pupa U dose feddets JU iUcr Mr Wublnsoiis uiou IThtandTUi Torrlbtu Austin Tex ixilution Ilnuita ol Â¬ dolman nnd carrying an nlligaior skin bag with initials in silver on the outside stood at Vessey street nnd Broadway yrsterdas aflcriidnii waiting for n Sixth aeiiue car A youih of about twenty nun or lwenty lears was also awaiting ihe car und he oc Â¬ casionally glanced al the pretty girl h turned indignantly nwny from htm When the car stopped llio nutli stood al thn back slep lo assist the maiden lo enter but she wheeled about when tdis noticid his gallant intention und went in by the font door Thojouth smiled luiiguidly entered linear and sat down opposite the pretty girl at the front window whciuupon she angrily tuincd nnd looked out at Ihe horses The conduclor observed this pantomime mid regarded iho outh with a tcowl When he began to collect farts at the front end the young lady got out her purse whilo the jouth wai feeling in his pocket nnd pnid her transportation fee Thr youth handed the conduclor a dime willi out noticing thnt tho pretty girl had pnid and said Two The conductor bund od him back five cents with an ugl glance and the girl looked hurder at the hoises than ever whcicut the youth united with a great deal of amusement An old gentleman got into the car and sat down nenr ihe girl and the conductor kept his ests upon Ihe youth Other possei gem enterid mid u policeman stood on the platform with ihe conductor Presently the old gentleman noticed that tliejairh kept his eyes upon the pretti girl aud smiled whenever she dared in turn hei glance away front tho window and thnt her eyes faiily blned with anger bs she turned from him The conductorspoke to the policeman and policeman conduct or old gentleman nnd all the rest of the passengers began to gluro nt tho youth Tho old gentleman uas the Erst to inlcr fere What do jou menn sir ho said by annoying this young lady in tbut outra geous manuei The youth stopped smiling and said softly If it isnt to much trouble l bo cry much obliged if youd mind jour owe businets You young piippjl roared the old gentleman Ill see to youl Ill seo to jou Ill seo if young ladies nro lo bo public insulted by such riituatis as jou are Ill make an example ofyoul Ob dont please dont do anjthingr said iho pretty girl imploring Please dont make a scerc My dear oung lady said iho old gen tleman gallantly you oball not be cubar rassed I assure jou but I have daughters myself nnd it is a duty I owe to ihe public to make an example of this scamp Con ductorl Tho conduclor advanced very willinglj into tho car followed by the policemen and all the passengers gazed nt the youth who only smiled more broadlj- - thnn ever Pul this little puppy off the car said he eld gentleman to the conductor The conductor rang ihe bell and srid to the j outh Come now git off the kyurl What for asked the youth replied tho conductor Fir inashin Come now sturt or Ill trow ycr ofll If you touch mo snid the youth very quietly Ill break your thick head Tho policeman had been anxiouidy awaiting his opportunity aud now saw his cbanco Well you wont break my head he re marked laking out Ms club and elbowing tho conductor the old gonllcinnn nnd the excited passengers nide while n crowd collected in tlio street and looked iu the car windows Stop stop screamed tho pretty girl throwing herself between theyoulliand the officer Ah please please dont hurt him Hus my brother Wbatl shouted tho policeman in a tone of intense disgust Wbatl echoed tbo conductor tho old gentleman thu d iver and tho rest of the passengers Yes shes my sister asserted the ycuth seating hliusolf beside her And youre all a pack of Infernal idiots he added ti Â¬ AffU HiimkrtiMk April 14 A strango story of ci line lmsjust come oul ih this com munliy Some lime in June 1870 a family living n few miles nun town named Rnllcy were all poisoned Il seems that Hn rrln liailcj was coming home hud found In tint n ad n bottle nicely sealed and wrappu up Ipuu breaking the seal and removing the folk he illintf Incil It lu be fiuo wlUky und b iig slightly intoxicated thought tt must bo extra delicious from its futii y label lie carried it hotno wlih him His tliteo liitle children came nut to meet him mid lo gine he in each a drink His wifrt and n negro mtlii wutking with him also took ii drink as well as hltuclf In a lew mitiiilii tho childien wero in convslfions nnd all ihrcr died shortly after with the symptoms ot strychnine poison Iho old lady nnd negro man did not swnU low all tiny look in their mouths but iiiniihged tn get uuotuli tn make llicni feiufullj sick The old man in his innu til condition carried enough of rlie vilrt stuff into his ouch lo lay him up or seeks The contents of tho bottle was tinuljcd by the attending phjstciun whu pronounced it atrjcliuiiiu and enough lu the liquor to kill a iliizou mm All this occurred fourteen jinrs no nnd of talk ut that Ciu ud a great di was rife us lo the person win prepared the bottle and his object in do ing so Now after ihe lurec of years thj story has come forth into tho libt of day mid the author nnd his nn live lire held up for the gaze of an indignant people Theso developments havo come uboul in the folYoung Muck Thompson lowing manner a mini of about tbirlj threo years of ngc lioe father J I Tlinnipmii wns a near mighbor of old llnrns Rnilej- - hasit i stated confessed the whole crimo Young Thoni nun has been dissipated and in bud having epileptic fits several health A few nights ago ho vwis lake wi ff years them wr rse than upual nnd was assured by his phiHtcixn that he wi ubl certiiulj die tbut there was nn hope fir him nnd that ho ought to make his pi ace with his God It is stated that hompson ther railed sevcrnl of his fiiuid to him and told them be was going to tell them who killeduld Hurris Raileyschildicn in 1870 He llieu proceed ed to ell that he hud placed the bolllein ibu road for the old man that bis father prepared it with btrjehiiinc nnd itiformcif him that if ho did nut put it wheru his victim could get it he would kill him He wus nfiaid to disobey Ids father being then n th o n nladofonlycighteen or uinetccn yiam of age He narrated the details with sick Hi went to a point on eiiug minuteness tho road wheru lie conld h ec fprsmuu dis tance so uH lo see when Railcy would enmo nlniig ns ho wanted lo be cei tain of his man Ha put the bottle in ihe road and bid in ho bushes but a lady came along and he rushed tut und took it up Alter waiting some time lie saw Hiiley coining along Ho then a second time plneed the boltlu in the road nnd from the bushes saw bint get off his horse and take it up Ho pott ed offaud tcld his father who threatened to kill him if ho ever told it Old man Thompson went over lo Rnilrys when he heard the children were dying und saw them Young Thompson nnd his father are now in jail Ihe old man when the ofliceis c iuiio for him made a show of rcistuncu but sonu enmo to lime Great indignation prevails iu the community nt tho nld blooded atrocilj with which the crime wss conceived an executed Young I hompson now since he finds ho is not so closo to deaths door as ho thought says ha whs ernry and out of his head when he made thu confession It will probably go very hnrd with him Old Harris Railey has been dead ten years nnd the warrants for the nrrot of the alleged poisoners were sued nut by his son Â¬ Voiinu lliii Snpposeil fci I Ill Inn Cnnrekxi- lis tin- - Im til I roUiiiiliiir nf Scum- Children Jtourlrcii Ycurai fr 1 s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Couldnt Seo tlu lokf Prisoner said his Honor ns James Joidan wulked foilh this wnri ant charges you with disturbing the peace Thats a great turpi isc to me sir was the answer Cant you remember of having nny difficulty last evening Not a ono sir Vliell I liko tooxplain nbondt doll raid a loice from over the lopes and a man with a bluck eye nnd a budly buttoicd nose advanced to the dunk Are jou the complaining witness I vhtts Shudgo Well go ahead Vhcll I vbns in dis gnuntry nboudt seven yure mid I nefor seo such tings befoio Last night I vhas in mein saloon vhen dis man vhalki in mit a frozen cab bage in his hnnd Yes but it was a joke you know ad ded tbo prisoner He vhauls to trade dot cabbage for peer but I donn do dot ptcsnos My peer vhns ush down and vhen I vhunts somo gab bago I go mlt dor grocery und get trusted Vhou I dean trader h hits mo on dcrheudt mil der wegilablo All n joko your Honor observed iho V Â¬ Â¬ prlsdner Ashnkol Vliell Â¬ if dot vhas a shoko I liko to know vhnt ynu call n funeral I I doan scblcep all night tint eafrcrody caIN lo mo dis morning Hello Carl I vhas der old womuti on her muscle last nighl Do I liko auchsbokes ush dot I thought hed tako It all in fun your Honor aud Im sorry that any thing un pleasant nccui rd Ill make it all right wilh you Curl Ynu must mnke il all right with me first replied the court Havo jou got fO about jou Sorry but I havent Then you ore going up for thirty days I tunl Why that borders on tlio out rugeous Youll border on six months If you dont go slow Ynu can take n seat in tho cofridor until the omnibus goes Vht ll dut helps tuy nose poller an amlcu und I feel good all rnfer re mnrktd iho witness1 nnd he rubbed his hands all tho way Into iho sired Ono ol the greatest unexplained phyi uloglial mysteries la why a plowhandlo llisteis a boys limd iu saoi a ihutt flruc while u taH bllclubtic cocs n w iwx 1AlTlt AX UXJUSIIFIAJILEASSA ULT Last Wednesday nfternoon at Mt Sterling Judgo Iliclmrd llctd of tc superior court was biulnlly assaulted by Mr John J Cornclison u lawyer of that place and bfuirn with a cnnii nnd cowhide for tic solo icason that tho Intter wn displeased with n decisl n of the superior court In n Five years case lo which hn was a parly ago another lillgnntshot down and tnur drred n judgo ollho appellate couit for the snino reason In the pre wit Instance It seems that Cornclllsoti was plaintiff to a suit In the Montgomery circuit court of which the late Henry C Howard was defendant Cor iiciliinn wns ripnseutcd hv Hon Henry L Stone iho law partner of Judgo lleid the Intter taking no part in tho conduct of the suit hecnusa of his position nn the su perior court bench The jury rendered a crdhtln favor of Cornellison and How ard lluough his nttrrucys appealed lo the superior court In tho latter tribunal the review of the crio was made by Judges ltichnrds rnd Bowden Judge Heid because of his business lelnlinns with the attorney ol Corneilion declining to have anything The decision render in do with the cne ed by Judges ltichnrds nnd Ilowdcn enragwho held lleid rcsponsble ed Corncilison therefor and assaulted him with the wenp ous as stated above This is not so much nn nssnult perpe tratcd ii on Hn individual as it is nn attack upon llie judiciary represented in tho per The pretext or reason son of Judgo lleid Corncilison gives for his outrageous act is not that Judge lleid had given him personal provocition but that he as a judge of the superior court did not use tho influence of his position with his fellow members of that body nnd secure a dtcisiDn favorable to thu client of hi3 law jartucr Hud Judgo lleid ilnno this lie would nit only tnvc proved himself iiiwcrthy of the Inch position he so credilnby Ells but would have covered hiinelf with infamy that would hove stained his character to the grave And because he was not such dishonorable mnn nnd icerennl judge because he did not betray public trust for rivnte interest because he did not dishonor himself in thu eyes of his colleagues by endeavoring to perfUade them to render a decision fa vornhle tn the interests of a client of the law firm of which hois a member that client must perforce brand him ns n trnilor to his interests nnd assail him with club and rnwhide I Is this not monstrous We know both parties lo this unfortunate occurrence well Judge Heid is one of the purest truest nnd most upright of men Mr Cnrneilison is far from being the comHe is mon ruffian his act would indicate n man ot excellent morals nnd reputable standing but high tempered and inconsidTho same erate win n moved by anger ehnraelcrislicx marked the slayer of Judge As thero was no excuse for the Klliott murder of Elliott so there is no excuse for tho astult on Judge Ki id Of course tho Uw provides no ndequuto punishment fo Corneilisons mad act At most it was but Hut morally it was n breach of the peace n much graver oifenso If judges of the law nro to bu held personally responsible for their offcinl net and compelled to face the shotgun or enduro the rawhide for de cisionsof their courts then wc should mnkc judge out of desperadoes and prize fight ers men who nre handier with pistols and fists tliun familiar wilh tho law Mr Cor neilison should he promptly ditbnrrc by thc circuit court of his county and not permitted to practice In any court in the commonwealih Ho has pioBliluted his calling disgraced his profession Ho should be made to pay the pennlty And the people of his appellate dislrict owe it to Judge lleid to rebuke lliis outrage upon him in tho most emphatic mannei by uniting ns one mnn to promote liin to the appellate bench Iiecause he was an up rtuht judgo ho was nssiilcd end beaten Iiecause ho is an upright judge the people should vindicate him and rebuke tho ruf fianism of which he was the victim at the Our judiciary polls by n unanimous voto can not remnin puro and incorrupt so long ns our judges arc held to personal respon- Â¬ sibility for decisions that must of necessity be disappointing and displeasing to tho losing parties in cases they adjudicate Let tho people vindicate and uphold the judiciary and they will protect them by tho might of Mr Corneiliton and not public sentiment Judge lleid wrs disgraced by tho rawhido Tho sanctity of the law Inst Wednesday was defiled and not Judgo Heid humiliated Iho entire pcpple of the slate wcro out raged and in uilled and not nn ofTonding citizen piriUhed for personal offense given Judgo Iteids causo is now tho peoples cause Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rjjjama Breckenridge News WKUNKSOAY TIIK DKMOUHATIC AlIlll 2 1H8 WtLARC nnUELLE Editor American being lt Cxoi1811 plrls crop their hair aliliitfle lhrir Tnrni is no dancer of Grunt nomtiinicd tit Chii ngn It is n pity tlic lrsielnuro cntit pick np an empty pistnl to pltjr ilh Tiik Pennsylvania protection democrats iliilnl enln much by their sweet Converse with Ohio on ihn wool tariff question Tiik Minneapolis Trihuno clamoM for So lone as llie abolition of female wils ve retain the use of cor arms wo will ob ject i Tile Winchester Sun in its new form and dress is hnndsotne as n bJurcrnss belle And it Is as Rood as It Is at a May ouiinc pretty jotiiKClrls V characters rcmnrksa funny exchange Itcitpr fpnts on their faces than on their Now Iheckiks nrn now fashionable for Mr Waino U in the literary ho pive us an edition of tho Mulline cant ligan Letters ns a companion book to the that Junius Letter Fiusk Ilvnit is ritfhl The Ohio tariff It is a mere resolution is meaningless jumblo of words without an idea emptiness of sound the mere Tub republican leaders at Washington are trying to get rid of Mnhone but fiud that he Is like a bone felon easy to get but hard tn cure FnTK of Muino Is tho homeliest man in the United Stales senate Ho looks ns if when a baby ho jumped out of tho Freeing pan into ll1 fire- CoNflitKSS should be careful about pass It ing big appropriation bills this season is a presidential year and Indiana and Ohio are ngain on the market The Star Eyed Goddess of Keform tho youns ldy with whom Mr Wntlerson is keoping company now wenrs tho Morrison wave upan her alabaster biow Ik- - you kick a man when he is down peo ple will call you a coward If jou kick him when ho is up thoy will nay yon are ncklets nnd nt your fumtral declare that you were a fool Dear April IV Im Accept my congratulations Curutilhon Itut you should have- usrd a shotgun Nothing like buckshot lo convince an ob Tom BitqiU stinaiejudpr Jurriiaosvnii Last week wo wiote ol Tho Democratic Tho subject of our present screed Duty We said thon that Is the democratic faith duly and opportunity both have lo como tn the democratic parly hand in hand nnd held and yet hold that tl cir avoidance will ho n crime against tho people nnd the Uut in order to setirc the country ol the people In tho performance of its duty nnd pluck from the thorn of op portunity tho llncr of succcsi it Is cscti tial that the party nnd the people should under the inspiration of ono faith act to gether determinedly nnd ns ono man Let the party throw tho theories of doctrin aires end viaionnries lo the dogs give self constituted leader u wide berth ls ten respectfully and nttenlUeiy to any member who proffers odvice weigh that advice well ntiJ carefully accepting thnl which is wise nnd rejecting that which Is worthless but frown upon and suppress the attempt of any mnn or clipue or faction lo sow dissensions in our ranks and create schisms in our party Tho tariff question Is unquestionably the It win leading issue before the country not be ignored will not be dodged must be In or met fnirly squarely and honestly der that we mny do this it is ntsoluteb necessary that nil democrats shall bo uul ted in sentiment nnd action Thixcnn not bo if the frco trade faction shall insist upon the party committing itself to the free trade policy or tho protection faction insisting upon the protection policy being Doth those proclaimed in the platform factions aro wrong Whilo tho tendency of democratic teaching is in the direction of free trade yet as a party it has never declared for frco Irade even as on the other hand it has ever been aid ecr will ko the declared enemy of the high protect ivo theory Then where are we to get the sentiment the itriicle of political faith lliut is to unite us an one re an ugninst the comIn the past nuthnritatitc mon enemy enunciations of democratic national plat forms In 1811 the isiuo wns direct between the The democrncy and the protectionists former was lead by a distinguished Tennes see democrat who had learned at the feet of that grnnd old Gamaliel ol democracy 1 he Andrew Jiickson latter was mar shaled by the originator of the high pro- Â¬ tective policy Henry Cloy of Kentucky Never wns the issue more clearly and ably discussed than it was then through tho pa pers nnd pamphlets and on tho stump The result was the crushing defcit of the proAnd this was the declaration tectionists with which tho democracy went to the counirv llriotcrJ Thnt Jujtlco nnd sound policy for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Attention Farmers w DVE ARE NOW IN FULL BLAST vi Having successfully accomplished a longchcrishcd wish The only Tho good farmers of Urcokonritlgc nnd surrounding counties your Dry Goods and CarpetIIousc in the South or West represented abroad by a European buyer We arc displaying a wilderness of goods from nttcntion is culled to our large nnd complete line of nil itartcM of the Earth to which wc would respectively invite your at- Â¬ tention sv Farming Implements SOI D ORLEANS SOI D ORLEANS on which we olfer liberal and spcciul inducements attention to thu Famous We call particular nnd other steel plows of the very best brands IE LITTLE EMPIRE HARVESTER nnd Twine Binder which is the lightest in weight lightest in I CHILL PLOW J OUR OWN IMPORTATION The most reputable brand of Black Silk in the world which for the twit score of years has received the highest awards and the most unqttahlicd approbation of tlic Nobility of every Capitol of Europe These goods arc dyed by a preservative process that makes the fiber tenacious and improves the native lustre This is the first season that they have been sold in an Amciican market We have in stock the draught fewer pieces of machinery most durable simplest of all and superior to Wc have just received through the Louisville Custom House 173 any yet put in the ficfd Our new JUNIOR EMPIRE MOWER is Pieces of the Choicest Styles in Summer Silks They arc marvels of Â¬ tho boss of all and we challenge any other mower to show as ninny supebeauty and cheaper than ever before known 65 Pieces of Rhadzitncr rior points Wc aro aiso agents for the and Surah Silks in all the leading shades S9 Pieces Black and Colored satin 40 Iicccs Black ami vjoloreu Velvet 190 Dozen iuncs mm ocn- RUSSELI tlcmcns French Kid Gloves together with a large invoice ot men Wc arc offering the great which we will furnish at tho lowest cash prices Wc also keep n full Goods direct from BELFAST IRELAND Harrows Cutting Boxes est unves ever Known in supply of Wagons Spring Wagons Buggies Grain Drills liny Rakes Our c SUMMER SILKS SUMMER SILKS COSTBAMEHGIIfETHEBSHEE a Blaclcsmifliing and Wagonmaking SEASONABLE DRESS GOODS departments arc run by the best mechanics the country nffords and all Call and sec ns when you come and arc receiving fresh additions to our present stock nlmost daily work is guaranteed to give satisfaction to town J C YEAGER CO Successors to Win Cooper West End of Iron Bridge Clovcrport GOODS OOOOS ftlOMNG MMMS in great profusion in all the leading fabrics Ladies Silk Hose Lndics Lisle Thread Hose Ladies full regular Hose Misses full regular Hose TESTS TTvTEiEaj I QOOErrAULOS in- Â¬ OWE 500 Parasols and Mrs H Duncan Agent 15000 Fans in many original and novel designs Sun Umbrellas the newest and Nattiest Styles out A cordial Will receive her Spring and Summer stock of Millinery vitation is extended to all to call and examine litis GRAM B DISPLAY O LADIES IF1 kM CUWS OKTMEST HATS AND South of the Ohio River This is one of the most important subdivisions of our business Whilst we keep abreast of the times in everything wc arc particularly so in Carpets and are now making the grandest display of these goods ever witnessed in our city Wc ouy these goods in very large quantities to meet the requirements of our Wholesale business and buying fo cash gives us advantages enjoyed by but few houses in Amer- Â¬ ica Wc keep constantly on hand complete lines of Moqucttc Body nnd Tapestry Brussels Imperial 3 ply Super and Extra 2 ply Ingrain and Cottage Carpets Lace Curtains Cretonnes Portcirrcs Poles Rings Chains Rugs Mats Crumb Cloths Etc Etc Wc have now by far the most complete Carpet Department CARPETS -- MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT A MTTiKcnmpMUiS who recently mar ried a young fallow who weighs two hun dred nnd fifty pounds was asked what he wanted with such a mountain of flesh was her Oil he is such a nico fut take Â¬ Giiant prophecies a democratic victory this fall uules the republicans arc Wondri if he thinks the wic at Chicago nomination of a certain gentleman modes tv forbids him to name will bo the needed act of wisdom dodging an angry washer woman nnd a cowhide at Washing ton and his inventive genius is hard at work in tho futile endeavor to make his fellow congresinan believe that she is an emissary of Hismarcks Tom r pjr Gix bill llie federal government tl fuitci ono branch t InUuMry tu tho detriment of another or to cticrUh thu intciot of one portion tu tho injury of another portion of our common country thntoicrr citizen and every tectlon of tho country has a right to demnnJ nnd IniUt upon an equality of rights nnd privileges Hciuktd That it is the cluty of every branch of tho goierninont to enforce and practice tho moit rigid economy In conducting our public atTaln and that nu more rovenuo ought to be railed than is requiroil to ilefrny tho ncceunry eipcnus ol tho got eminent unequalled in workmanship artistic designs And effects and in assort- Â¬ ment unapproachable Ribbons French and American Flowers Wreaths Tips and Plumes in all the Latest Colorings To all who will avail themselves of this opportunity to visit our establishment we give our guarantee that tlicy will have occasion to neither find fault nor be disappointed and that the saving to be effected by the difference in prices will fully compensate for even a long journey What we clnim for our Millinery we also claim for our display of Samples and prices sent by mnil of all hinds of mertdiandUi with iho We hnve n repulur depnrtment under the supervision of on of carpet free of charge of tho firm for this branch of mir business and will insure those entrusting their or Â¬ ders to us thnt they mny depend upon having them filled with the same promptness In wrilinc plrnse state enre nnd nt the same prices ns if under their own supervision ihispnper ImicIoic IJ ccnt stamp in sending for samples nnd plcnsn sinlf about iho SONS J UACON price goods wanted exjlc 3IB jCOIISr AY SONT3 Retailers OlIIIItiirb is i i Tiir Glasgow Times complains of the non arrival ol tho Mt Democrat at its office However if the S fix tn continue the Nnws list it is their privih go Sentinel We nrn in the samo D folk do not caro on their exchange to scratch it ofi Sterling A Pks Moines Iowa candidate thus sets nil unpnialleled examplo of honesty to all As Many Citizens candidates lo solicit me to become u can didate foroQice I have concluded to olTer my services to the voters as a cutididatc for the ollicc of etc other luivo faihd T J It talk tho democratic reprcsentathes tn congress held the hands nnd feet of Tildens majori Â¬ ty nhile the republicans ravished it nud therefore were ns guilty ot the crime as tho latter Then the people condoned the dis graceful busincfs nt the polls in 1860 by electing ono of tho ravishers to the presi dency It is too lute now to move for a new trial Â¬ Â¬ is the heicht of folly for democrats to now of punishing tho republicans for Itnpo cf tho proidency in 1876 The appears thnt Pcnnjhanla damsels oi rbspectable pnrcnlnge nro as wayward in their ways as Pennsylvania politicians Tho other day Miss Mamio Ida Warren presented herself beforo Alderman Fisher in Heading and representing herself to be another young lady of that city to whom Mr John P Kailerlv a IWinnling printer is paying marked attention and swore out a warrant against that ierifon charging hra with being the father of her unborn child Tho warrant was placed in tho hands of an olliccr who arrested Easterly When ho was brought before the iildencnn and dciNacded the nature of tho charge oiainst him ho was horrified and prompt ly declared his disbelief thai tho young lady whoso namo was mentioned in tho warrant hud preferred the churgu After giving bail ho hurriedly repaired to her residenco an nMoniilicd her with the infor nvlon thnt bIio was prosecurix in a bastardy suit Together thoy hied thorn lo tl uidernionsoilico and in turn astonish cd him when the young lady declared thai tho name ured in tho warrant was hers A detective was summoned lo whom the nldcrntnn irave o description of tho young lady who had nwuii to the information on Then fol wliii h Knstcrly win nrreslod lowed tho aricil nnd condsilori of Miss Wurren who by tho way Is only fifteen ll ough Iuro for her age and not at nil in tho condition she churned to bo She siid Schinol ti he was hired by Mm Mary done the Hed twenty one to do ns she had consideration twins fifty cunts Tin Inner Mlu iit ttiih I tliHiin tiroW fiiiiiiMT ntiiivii IM proposivitiiig young won an mi 4 iiiiii duct teeuu to Go iiitxpltcubo It Â¬ 1 - I He most admirable ono in every respect nnd skillful physician but a man of humnne heart and Us possesses a true Christian gentleman all the qualifications his predecessor lacks and we cau assure the people of Kentucky that ho will give his entire nttcnllon to the needs of tho unfortunate ones placed under Mn Wattkiwok gel exuberantly hoppy his charge and that no employe of tho inHe shouts over the stitution will bo permitted to mistreat let on small provocation fact that tho house agreed to consider the alone murder any patient When Dr Morrison bill in committee of the whole by Pusey steps in the drowning bath gag and a majority of two The six republicans who bludgeon will all be pitched out Should voted for its consideration by no means a poor blind prcoehcr walk off ihe top of thereby committed themsolves tn support the portico and break his thigh ha will not As tho democrutio it on its final passage be refused medical nttcnllon and permitted majority In the houso is seventy eight and to suffer untold agonies fur days and weeks it requited iho voto of six republicans to uncarcd for and derided but all that medibring iho measure up for consideration and cal science can do will bo done to alleviate his misery and curs his broken bones and discussion it looks lo us as pretty conclu and constant ami humane atsive evidence that the bill will be defculcd kindly care tention sootho and cheer his rpirit nnd when it comes to Iho qucition of its pass lender nnd pitilul hnpdi wipo the death age ll Is a meritorious measure and dew mm his brow and tenderly nnd sor ought lo become a law but that probably rowfully close bis eyes when the end is the reason whr it will bo defeated comes We nre thankful thnt Gale has been relegnted to deserved obscurity God dolcguto lo tho nationA ItnoiiK Island knows a light enough pualihmtnl for his al democratic convention nsrnres iho Now crimes of amission or commission and rejoice thnt ho is succeeded by Dr Pusey York Herald that the democracy of Hhode In the name of tho pnoplo of this section Island nro or the old ticket TlliUn and who know and love Dr Pusey more than liaising will we thnnk Governor Knott for Hendricks firt Inst nnd all the time that Hhodo Mind democrats will hao im Lis appointment j i eastern man or they will have nono etc Mn Cohkmiiros the assailant of Judge Considering tie tremendous demo etc cratlo iniijorilio Hhode Island and New livid is indignant llmt any- one should Km land In guuvrnl have been In iho hubt com pare hU eel with thai of Dulord Yet ol giving it is rrninnnblft to suppose lliut ha will not say that had thu decision of the Chicago convention will not now dare Jiidga Keids court been In Ids favor he tit iiniuliiHtu any limn not uppoud by lbs would buvo coiiiuilllidlhc assault UliuJe Lluud dcwoiacy is not only nn experienced Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - That was tho doctrine prenched by Jef ferson by Jackson nnd which landed Polk in tho White House It was simon puie democratic doctrine in 1811 it is simon pure democratic doctrine in 1881 nnd will be simon pure democratic doctrine in 1124 It is doctrino that is impuiiidiublc because it is the life soul and substaucc of the imperishable keystone of the arch of demo Equal lights to nil excratic principle clusive privileges to none a principle that applies to ttntcs and citizens nlike Surely there id nt thing in this plain and oxplicit statement of an undying principle of the party to which any demo crat can object whether he bo n believer in tho policy of frco trndo or a The stickler for tho theory of proteion democratic idea is and always has been to rcmoio tho duties from the csseutinls the necessities of life and place them upon tho non essentials llie luxuries to take them from the poor mans bread and put them upon the rih mans wine to tako them from tho poor womans calico nnd domes lie and put them on tho rich woinnns satins and diamonds to take it from the farmers implements and put it on the rich mnns paintings etc Surely Mr Hnndall nnd Mr Wuttcrson Mr Morrison ami Mr UannGuvorr or Cur tin and Governor Crittenden Senator Deck und Sonntor Voorhces tho cait and the west tho north nnd th south can sub tcribe to this declaration of political faith It is a coirmon bond of principle that can nnd will unite all warring actions and np pease nil jarring discords of scutiruc nt be tween demoo nts It is wisdom from the mouths of tho fathers and comes down to us through tho dead generations ns a new revelstion an inspiration and an incentive Under its influonco and impulse victory in 1881 is fully as possible as it was in 1844 Hence wu urge upon tho party the wisdom the necessity of returning to first princ- Â¬ iplesto the old and pure and deathless feith rather than wasto our energies on mere questions of policy aud court defeat in pursuit of phantom theories Â¬ Importers Jobbers Ladies ia Gloves Â¬ Â¬ Handkerchiefs Linen and Lace Collars Ilosieiy Corsets Hair Ornaments Laces Satins and whatever else ono can possibly need for personal adornment lMiM Agent IKY B LOUBSVBLLE KY PATTERSON Wlih to rail tho ntlontlnn of the Formers and Publto Icncrally nf Ercclcenrldgc nnd Han Â¬ cock counties Ky and Porry county I Ind to their full nud Complcto Stock of Agricultural Implements s IOXy H DASIIES V DUNCAN CLOYBRPOBT Ambition never rests nud laziness never hurries A tavern bed bug and an Ohio office recit er nro always bungiy Tho Dnnvillo riot is blood Iho republican boarders PLOWS OF ALL KIBD8 CO IT SBTT Â¬ pudding for have in their sheds and for sale 5 carloads of High Grade Bone Fer- Â¬ tilizers comprising tho following brands and prices Fair hnir for fickleness red hair for tern per and a witf for deception God may love nn honest mnn but it is different with the republican party Curries Kaw Bone Â¬ HEAVY WAGONS LIGHT Spring Wagons Buck Wagons Eoad Wagons Farm Wagons Buggies made to order FQS LESS CASH At 3 40 per Bag Â¬ WM LM QTHBE SOUSE If you must innko choice between grace fulness nnd modty chdoso tho Intter Curries Super Phos- Wheelbarrows Hoes and Frows phate At 3 4o per Bag Gov Murray firmly believes thnt trulh lies droHned at the bottom of John D Empire Bone Meal Corn Grower Whitos well At 3 26 per Bag At 3 20 per Bag At 4 00 per Bag The appointment of Dr Pusey to the su pernteudency ol the Anchorage asylum in Great mens sons seldom inherit their fa place of Dr Galo forced to resign is a thern tnlents superior intellect not being heritable property CincinFred Douglass favors Logan nati News Journal Logan it rather dark skinnod thuts a fict looking glass in tho same Never hang rcom with n spinning wheel if you want your rolls spun What with Morrisons bill nnd Walter sons pen Mr Hnndnll has quit snying his prayers o night Chains and Wedges Singletrees and Doubletrees FOR LESS CASH THAN ANYBODY Tobacco Compound Tobacco Grower SIE HiIF DROPPERS SELF RAKES At 3 00 per Hundred Remember there is no margin on tho above goods Wo can not sell in them on time however short Cur- Â¬ ries Ammoniated Bone and Falls Iron and Steel Spokes and Felloes Hubs and Thlmblo Skeynes Axlstrees and Tongues City brands come cheaper Tho man who endorses every time a Anvils and tungs Ilellowi and Small Tools all of which we propose to sell as low as any rc Wo dont oxpeot to swap dollars oven but will not 0 undersold DENT BASSETT CO ipetablo Arm In theeonnty friend gives n note riles sign boards for liont bellovo any body but corns and see for yourself Wk iuik tiik nST Plow iukkii and Lcitchlield Ky tho road to bankruptcy If you dont belle vo It nut up mcst Waoon and CiRiiliOK Iboxsr In Ilreckcnrldge county to Horieiholng Itenalrlngtl the tin pif Special attention naldMOWEK Highestnnd Wagon Dont cut grain lLANO IIo who stands high is seen from nfar1 Come to awards AND WAHHIOK For Less Cash than any House r ETC ETC 33ISTDS7 rakes ETC Town Yet tho man on llie gibbet is not particular ly proud of his prominence Â¬ When a eunuchs son nnd a barren wo mans daughter mnrry nnd multiply tho raco of giants will begin again Tiik lover of a red headed girl Is always color blind It is only after mnrriago that he discovers her locks nro not nuburn Tho Cincinnati News Journal offers premiums fcr poetry on cnts It evidently is ambitious to be known us n patron of the mows 7tj khm a I offor Cciinty Farm SELF UINDKR Steam Uoicrs patched and repaired on short A field trial will knock the persimmons taw Work warranted When you come to the city call andicouiat II J Mays old stand notice end of the Iron Ilrldge East FOR SALE now reildo six utiles east of Clovcrport and 0110 mile from tho pike It contains 310 acres of good tillable lund well watered with Dover falling springs abundanr of timber two dwel llns una tu excellent repair two tenement liuiuoi a goad itnok and tobacco barn and all other necouary outbulldlngi Will be sold en 1 alio buvo tire or In lots tu suit purchasers This Is a rare op oino blooded cattle for into portunity for any one wanting a flrit claii Terms uiado known on application to farm K V IATU rao on the premises at privato salo the farm on which I me 3TTIR I FORMERLY M ErrR MEYER CO r embracing a full lino of Ladies Drcs Goods Genta Furnishing Goodu niort Puro Drugs Stoves Tinware Queenswaro Hardware Family Groceries ment n the Garden Seeds Saddles Bridles Llanltets Harness Oliver nnd Meiklo The Now York Times warns ihe republi Â¬ iitjrot all lieiat HAIIIMWIVS Plows Stiidbker Wagons Etc Etc all of which ho will Jlieapcr cans nualnst nominating a fool for presi WILL SMCIJlli TIIK UlIJUMU tiio Cheapest for Cash or Country Produce dnnl which In iho first intimation n Will jmy tho highest 150 WKKKbY VltHTtf Ol THIS lA than price for Wool seen thai anybody had thouhl of John D M MEYER market JUK 1OU ONU V13AII White iu that couicclioii When a drummer lakes lo Iho rood Klizn can ho bo called n hlghwnviuHii bethlown News Wcllycif thai or a road agent If Logan receives tho nomination for Knglish ns She is Spokn the presidency will lie in demand ns n republican campaign Tho underlined will apply on the lit day loxt book or May IHB1 tu tho Hoard of Town TruileS Kmiweuiak eirln are not permitted tn for a OjCoj Iiuuio Llccme In the town of Clo 1 S Ult UOUY hnvo beaux until thrv learn how lo make vcrport bread Ihilnn IOt Then their swett Th e larg- Â¬ hearts are ull loaf crs est AS r G oOcis Notice of a now largo and carefully selected stoolc of tako pleasure in announcing to tho nuhlio that I am just in receipt SpxirLgf ax d BIRD CAGES Ser ho dnm ai JUDGE RE1D COWHIDED Mnutit Ktr rllnsr Ky Thrown Into llio Wildcat lixtlleniml Over tlio Jiiitirolttchnrd Held Lnwhldliiff of tho Niniarlnr Court by JHr John Breckenridge News ADVERTISING RATEsT 00 One Inch flrtt Insertion 80 leconil Insertion Marriage birth nil iloith notices free Ob llunrjr notices and tribute of respect ft centa jior lino Business luenli 10 centi per line nnd 5 rcnli fur such additional Insertion Calls upon periuni to became candidate 10 cents per lino Liberal contracts run be made for large nI virtlscments to be Inserted more tbnn once Fur farther Information address J 11 HAUHAIIK rubllihcr 1 BURAS We aro all wide anake ngnln Spring seems to hnvn come In earnest to day The farmers nre all luty preparing corn ground sumo have planted The proapect for tobacco Is not tery flnttering ns tho Hies nro desttoyltig the THE WELL KNOWN FACT THAT WE CAfillY AT ALL TIMES THE JC3L -- J Coriipillaoit J JTj iS JZj RS Courlsr Journal Spoclal WKDNB3DAY ANNOUNCEMENTS AIIULIM tKHl August Election We urn authonted In nnhounee A M Ir JEIIXKTTK in a candldalo for tho office uf Sheriff of lirockcnrldge county wllh U H M Subject Smith and D It 8ever at deputies to the tccltlnn of the democratic party ANNOUNCEMENTS Clty Election fc We aro author lied to announce DIl W B WHITK as r candidate subject to tho decls Ion of a convention should ine be held for Mayor of the City of Cleverport at tho cniulng Way election For Maror IUUAI UllKVlTIEI Th hiRli School closes next Fridny Little chicks lire all dying of the gnpes The murJeters of Darn are itlll al UrRo Mr O D Wheelrr of Louisville is in the city Mr V7 T Owen of Owensboro was in the city Thuradiiy Gregory it Co have a hargo of Pittsburg coal at the landing Jndue T It McIloHlhof LoitchGeld cnlltid on us Siiturdny went Mp Rulnml Smith of Ilurdinsburg to Cincinnati Sunriny The packet nni beginning to run with some decree of regulurity Dr W 11 Whito and son W B jr went to Louisville Sunday Moat of the republicans in this county fnvur Kdinuud lor president Tho untoward spring have thrown the furiners buck with their work The now machinery lor thn Star Mills nrrived on the Ilninbow Sunday Mr V Griffith of Louisville is on a viait this week to Mr Duve Burks ol Holt Juit say nm taking John Slutou to Anchurogc Dr Kuktz lo the people next week that I Still cold raw and windy From present indications spring will ooine aoout in time to become tho guest of summer Judue Milton Board and Mrs Emma Wade of Hardinsburg were passengers on the Italnbow Sunihy for Louisville John Carson with his Plymouth Rocks and Ed Gregory with his Leghorns aro hpgiiming to build up quite a poultry indiB ry here At usual the flr is chawing up all the tobacco plants in opnn beds while the canvaaifd ones escape the tenth of the oracioua insects Mrs T M Miller and daughter Mrs To lor Hiid of Hardinsburg and her erandion Matter Ernest Bubbage went to Louisville Sunday Tho democracy of this county will assemble in mass meeting at Hardiniburg neat Saturday to selrct delegates to the state convention at Frankfurt on May 7 Some one entered the kitchen of Mr Wallace Gruello one night last week and utole nil the meat there was on the place thus compelling the family to mako a louten biciWust A burglar entfred the residence of Mr Jokn B Keith Sunday night hut the noise he initijo in opening a door nroued some of the family and ho decamped without securing any plunder It is a boy Rnh Pierce is now hanny and weighed considerably less than a hundred pounds and jet that youngster is a biger man than old Grant in the eyes of its pruud stepping daddy The Methodifts were well pleased with Elder J S Scobees centenary strmon Inst Ho gave them some facts ab Mit Sundr the history of their church thnt they were proud of and not familiat with FITS All Fits stopped free by Dr Klines Great Nervo Restorer No ifisfier first days ue Marvelous cures Treatise and 2 00 trixl bottle free to Fit Send to Dr Kline D31 Arch St cases tit Phila Pa Peaches in this section are dend as a door nail early tipples considerably in jurcd but cheriies pears plums nnd In Koosebcrrics will be most plentiful act we never saw tlinse tiees and bushes put out nioro luxurnut bloom The republican office holders of Daviejs county met last Saturday to appoint dele Â¬ gates to their siatt convention nnd gave bread and butter insimctions for Arthur Wo have not heard whetherthe postmasters of this county have held their convention or not Mrs W T Mason will go to Evnnsvllle noxt Saturday tn visit her sitrrx Misses Fannie and Beatrice Dunigan While in Evansvillo Mrs Mainn will attend the St Paul church bnzanr of which Miss Beatrice Rockport llnd is the principal singer Sentinel -- s Thn governor has nITered a rewnrd of 500 for tho arrest and conviction pf the We no murdeiers of Mr Loll us Burin tico lmt the proclamation requrci thoir dolivery to the jailor ol this county Instead of jlahcock in which luttcr county the crime wus perpetrated Mr Charlie Babhage is absent on his regular commercial tour representing the house of his brother Mr J D Babhage doaler In Wall Paper Window Shades Books Notions etc In this city From the number of orders already sent in he is ranking a ycry successful trip of this city Mist Lizzie Saticrfield began a summer school at Duller s school house near the Falls of Rough Monday morning of the present week Miss Lizzie is a fino scholar and most accomplished young lady and can not fall to give thsj utmost satisfaction to the patrons of tho school Wo can hear all snrts of rumors In regard to the aisasiiins of poor Loftus Burns none of which however when traced up There i a fixed e nount to any thing determination among Mr Boms old f rionds and associates to lynch his murderers when thanks to revioaul juries and dlsoorercd Imraano governors Call for a Democratic Crunly Moot I II IT Dr G II Kurtz of Webster the well was orreslad at To the Democracy of Jlrookecrldsa County known cattle trader Ky Aa or April 11 Habuinsbvku Owouiboro Thursday by his brother and Jailor Slaton of this county on a lunacy dered at a mealing ol the slate central and warrant and brought through hern thnt executive coimntltms held al Friiukfort on night on their way lo Hardiniburg where the 19th day ot March I hereby give notice lie was tried before Judge McBeath and lo Ihe democracy uf Breckenridge couniy He was brought that there will he a mass meeting at the declared to he a lunatic to this city Sunday and taken tn Anchor court house in Hnrdinsburg at 2 oclock p It has been an in on SATURDAY APRIL 2i 1884 for age on the Rainbow parent for sproo time that Dr Kurtzs tho purpose of appointing delegates to the mind Imi been unsettled on lli suhlect of state convention which meets at Frankfort trading and ho was fast making ducks and on Wednesday Muv 7 1884 lo select Ills brother delegates to tnu democratic imilonal cou drivke tola very One loriune B P Bkmip Chran veution pointed Iruileo of tho eilalo Mat Â¬ Â¬ Mr Stkhliko April 1G This afternoon rbout 2 oclock this 111 tic town was thrown into the wildest excitement by an assault made by John J Cornelllson a lawyer ol this citys bar upon Juilo Richard Rcid of the superior court Your correspondent called upon Mr Lornellisnn and later at his residence on Judge Rcid nnd obtain ed from each a statement ol the afTalr which is herewith submitted and which embodies all its details Judge Reid Mr Cornelllson said whose friend In his canvas I have been until recently camo Into my office this after noon on business connected with his race lie as ono of my attorneys in a case I recently won in the Montgomery circuit court which was appealed to the superior While court of which Reiu is a member professing to be my friend being an eder had in the sainechurchto rhlcli I belong convincing almost conclu ivo evidence that he was really a traitor to rev Interests in the caso named and nn the sly was do ing alt he could lo delaine nid slander me I can to fellow membtrs of the court full details when necessary to substantiate his pcrGdr I only gave him a good cow hiding which he deserved though I regret tho necessity which compelled me to give it to him Judge Rcid in response to my interro gator io explain the nature una cause of the assault wrote tho lollowing statement Mr J J Corneiliion had a su t in the Montgomery circuit court aguinst II C Howard nowdeceaied For rcnaons known I took no part in the trial of the case but my partner Mr Stone represented me Corneilison received a verdict belore a jury Howard appealed to tho superior court where the caso was briefed by Mr Stone Neither as attorney nor as judge did I hava anything to do with the caso in either court It was taken up and decided by Judges Richards and Bowden and the opinion was published when I was not in rankforL Both of these judges know and will state that I never said one word to them about tho case or participated in 1 the decision or examined the record did not consider myself Corneilisons law yer Some weeks since I loarned that Mr Corneilison was greatly offended at the opinion and that he blamed me for the adverse decision I at once saw him aud told him I had no part in it that I was not in Frankfort when the decision was rendered and I had never read the opinion He then seemed satisfied with my explanation This morning I met him on the street and asked bim about some papers that related to my race for appellate judge He agreed to meet me at 11 L Stones office where the papers were and did but Stone was busy iind we did nothing Mr Cor neilisou took the box of papers in his hand and as he was leaving the office asked me if I would go then with him to his office and exaxine the papers I told him I would come after dinner As I passed down the street after dinner he was standing in front of his office I accosted him pleasantly and asked him if e would co up with me We went up stairs together into hit cfKce and closed the door I asked him if he was ready to examine the papers with me Ho said Col Johnson hard the key to the box and ho would have to go for it Just then and niter I had scnted myself in a chai- - ho hnnded me a printed petition for a rehearing in thecasn referred to of Hnwnrd vs Co i oilis n signed by Judge Wm Lindsay and sail be wanted ins to read it I mid him 1 would and be He said can turning the leaves oer thnt opinion is a great outrage on me or words ol this import aud you are respon sihlo for it and without warning even while 1 was sitting down in his office where I had gouui by appointment with him nnd on his invitation he begAU strikng me with a hickory enne and subsequently with acnwbilc which he had concealed under his cont I hud a small cane in my hahd ol which the violence of his first assault disarmed me and when I attempted to re cover it and did recover it he threw his hand under his coat nnd said Put down I believed from his motion he that cane was armrd I had on my overcoat and waa His assault was so rapid vio unarmed lnt and unexpected that I was utterly Nn person was present without defense in Mr Cs office I have thus staled the fuels attending this wanton unprovoked and premeditated assault nnd leave thrtn to a candid and fair minded public that it rtay understand and properly characterize the outrage Ricuami Rkid Mt Stkmino Kt April 18 John J Corneilison was hung in effigy last night On the back of tho figure was this placard The person who John J Corneilison cuts this down this the 18th day of April 1881 before 12 oclock shall be treated in like manner Best Citizens Who did this cowardly act is not known The best citizens are free from it- - Judge James H Hazelrigg of the county court cut it down and ordered it to be carried No one npprehcudsany away and burned trouble from the hands of persons who will go in the coveting of night and in this way avenge the wrongs of Judge Reid This afternoon the trouble is taking a different turn and it is now drifting into Circulars annouue the bands ot friends ng an indignation meeting nre scattered by the friends of Reid and mako the following announcement IKIIKIXATIOK MEETlKd UTUIWAY Ami 19 In order lo give proper expression to ihe public indignation over Ihe wanton assault by J J Corneilison upon Hon Richard Reid a citizen of our county one of the judges of the superior court of Kentucky wo call upon all those who have at heart tho peace and good order of sotiety to meet at the court house in Mt Sterling at i oclock p m on SuturJay April 19 1884 Many Citizens It remains to be seen what the result of this meeting shall be how largely It is attended and what action it shall take A petition circulated among the members of the bar here to day condemnatory of Corneilisons attack upon Judge Rcid nnd indorsing the virtues and the character of Judge Reid and branding tho asault ns an outrage nn Judge Reid and the judic- Â¬ iary was signed by seven attorneys of the bur The following is a copy of a letter sent to Judge Reid to day Fiunktout Kv April 18 183tf Judge Iietd Dtar Sir In response to your re Â¬ quest that we make a statement of facts showing thai you had no connection with Ihe decision ot Howard vs Corneilison and that you mad none of the marginal memoranda on the record wo stato that neither of us had any conversation with you or any communications from yon in regard to the case before it was decided and that every memorandum nn the margin was mads by us The memoranda in blue pencil were made by the judge whowrolothe opinion those in red by the judge who Jamis H IIowiikk concurred A E Rich Aims Â¬ 1 plants Largest Assortment Log rollings nre all the go Thero one at Mr John Alexanders to day There has been a contagious fever In It caused this vicinity called malarial ncvernl deaths hut has about subsided There is a Mammoth Literary Socloly -OTJIR- Wc hajo convening here at this place nnd It is bevery largo congregations Wo invito every coming quite interesting MERGHAN TAILOR DEPARTMENT one who reads this lo attend our regular meetings which nro cm Saturday nights having been changed from Thursday nights Should induce you to inspect our stock before buying elsewhere Then Mr J W Shrewsbury tho blacksmith of our prices nre lower than the lowest ouc trimmings unsurpassed and this place baa jul received n largo slock of agricultural lmplltnetitsa He invites Jtio Cutters Artists every one to enme nnd examine his stock bifore going elsewhere was p 1 OF 2 H CE GOODS SU T 0Hk ALBERT Ri III 2 DR IKE V WEBSTER KY I ie Â¬ Â¬ M Mejcr is Bus ncss Is booming His selling nil thn goods this sprint business is Increasing rapidly and csrec tally his horse swapping which will soon become a wholesale trade Miss Mary Lncb from Custer is visiting this place She will return home Saturday and take some ones heart with her at least Bobby says so Miss Jennie Mejcr has just returned homo from a visit to her aunt nt Eve lcighs Mill 8ho wns escorted home by her aunt and all the young men in Grnxon county Miss Amelia Meyer ami Mrs Barbara Loeb aro coining on n visit from Louisville to M Meyer and family noxt week They expect to remain all summer Mr Meyer nnd Mr Alexander are going Tho to buy Lee and Oscar a new suit Look boys say tney aro going to set out out gals I Mr Gid Horsier nnd Miss Chat Hinds of this neighborhood were murricd nt Hardinsburg lust week and returned to the brides fathers where they expect to make iheir home Wo hope they may live c long and bnppy life together Dr Roland Wilson is noted for being the walkingrst man on record He walked fram Louisvillo to a house in Breckenridge Stone House county known tu the between nine oclock in tho morning and five oclock in tho afternoon a distance of one hundred miles and would havo reached there sooner but ns detained br stopping J M k B lo talk to h friend J WINTER LOUISVILLE KY FRONT AND LOCUST STREETS CO t3id vejk3t owensboro imm MILL OOBNBR MANUFACTURERS OF Dr Nttekp who is a regular graduate of the Veterinary Colleger of Hanover Germany and Edlnbtirg Scotland tenders his profession Â¬ al services to tho Farmers and Stock raisers of Breckenridge and ttcU jaccnt counties Dr Nackc besides having been employed by the U S Govern Â¬ ment as veterinary surgeon has done a great deal of practice in Ken Â¬ tucky and has testimonials from ninny prominent citizens of Hardin Daviess and this county to his ellieieney and skill in the treatment of dNeaics of Horses and Cattle lie makes a specialty of diseases of the Eye and Hoof CARYTAYL0R SASH Also dealers in all kinds of Dressed und Undressed Lumber Roujh Lumber taken in exchange for Finished work Persons con- Â¬ templating Building or Repairing will find it to their interest to call and sec us or write for prices before purchasing elsewhere The Highest Cash Price paid for Lumber at Webster where he pays particular attention to the shoeing of animals placed under his care on ricientiic antl natural principle He has also secured the Training Track on the Biifin Spring Farm and will break young wild or vicious horses either to the saddle or bug Â¬ gy at 20 per month He keeps constantly on hand at his place in the town of Webster a fine lot of trained and pedigreed riding and driving animals for sale Hoping to receive the patronage of the stockmen of Breckenridgo lie has a blacksmith shop under his Hiiperintendeneo BBACS DOORS BLENDS MOULDINGS c so and adjoining counties he confidently refers all inquirers as to his elli- Â¬ eieney to Dr Geo II Kurtz Webster Ky Dr Win Milner Union Star Ky Mr McII Meador Big Spring Ky Mr Vigil Hardin Holt Ky and Dr J F Lightfoot Fordsville Ky j1 f JfJJ-i-r-r-----r-- - rrzzrrMWwz zt IN LITEBATUBE THE RAILROAD ERA In ono quarto vol cloth Each work 1 Macitulnys Eoanys 8 0 CarWloa Essityn O 3 Charlcswcrtha Iiifo ofllov land Hill 5 1 Cbarlca Illuoloya Towi Geology Thomas UURhcV Alfred tlc Ori at 0 Diaraelts Cttlnumtcs c f AutUirs rt 7 lluskiua Etlonof tho D ist Demos Â¬ 2 volumes p Utt Kins thenes Oatluna KtouiUh Ag fstes or Ito d la Modern 10 Emperor Mm oua Aurollna 1alnters Thoughts UChariOHjiinciluya llormlta 12 13 Lu TonnysonsIdylnofthoAiurte runrtlnoa Jon of Arc In all It volumca bound Inonolarcotjiirto of CTU r3gn balnv euulvlont to 2UIJ ordnary tiuoe - 14 Volumes for 375 comploto Maucii 19 1884 dry valley Log rollings are tho order of the day now The girls have all got so they turn their noses when the boys cotce around hey smell so loud of Uncle Franks brandy Ben sings out As I go donn the new cut road How many big folks I see And I always speaks to them Hut they never speaks to me DEIT BASSETT LEITCHFIELD Will Keep in Stock for the Spring Trade Sulky Plows Walking and Riding Cultivators Hoosier Grain Drills Hoosier Corn Planters B F Ave- Â¬ Sons Chill and Steel Plows ry Old Hickory Wagons Tobacco Grower Corn Grower Tobacco Compound Super Phosphate Bone Meal c c k KY CO ns Hoyt Ward Cyclopedia of row pr jrtlhpuhll pood fcviVi Aapty soooo gnat t vW rv nt nti otteemury it une VV in JntH WqnamnKr iA UuU untcrliLwyj I reoomncmi iitioii oi70 tt t John Hall Quotations Prose nnd Poetry 50000 Lines rf Concordance Tho only Cyotopcdlrv of Quotations in VJuoiutiurs March 1G 1881 Tom Hardin He was n good nnd venerable old cnt that had always proved worthy of all the Und treatmegt that could be bestowed on him Itnt s and mice suffered whero he stayed He was nlwrtva culled Uncle Liges cat because Mr Hardin used to pet him Tom place on his knee always had a wclcorao while silling around the fire on winter evenings where he would sit and purr till Ho vas about twolvo years of bedtime age Farmers are getting along very sloly with ther work on account of the rainy weather They What will tho boys get at next have taken to sucking eggs and I suppose the next thing wo hear of they will be H liaw Lrtllittt sis J tm Wtwmn llian nnllliil rc huuiinib ui ni nilltll liaafi dogs Rather complimcntiiry boys Mr L R Adkisson made a flying visit He to the Valley folk a few dnys siuce has just arrived from Texas here he has been spending thn winter for his hcnlth He looks red nnd rosy seeming to enjoy tho best of health Boxkr DiKb A lUra taluo to tho WunrtU l hHllo Tho typo in Btholar advortNemont Vo Ullvrr Vomoll nearly nil tho books aro fcSnmll epen tllrtlonarlea IttlolinfH It and near try la a uoajlo treinit Pica tho aizo used iu this son tidunie ISonion Pent IrdlnpTtablsTVrcoMiror tonco Each book is printed V cliatcrlt la t3onl7ataiiarJlxiok of iju itationr onflnoHd pipur unci H lnunIiu idnnblc Ioiul u II llotleivru tu roughly hanilftoinn ppim YrMtU tuj uaopriJtoil Good rlcco Of VOI back and elite on 1 Our Standard Llhriiry Wka for 15 cents and 23 cent uro ol mt thn h zo of thin onllro N V Ileralili lly liiuij of quotations In oilnkuco tho Eagiioh Iianiiaqo oua to bolt book tlio WITT Urie OTM RAB HtRlwray of Literature 11 Tim- II ixnurlitu lly IIauki Iliiiuti anil llliiry nf a feupeiMiiMi Dy tho great llusalan uovellai Ten Jinn ncsirrr Chin lode Ilrflii o Pyl C II JLLOviT M ilm U n lljr Julian IUuttiiurm IB CEMT BOOK3 i t It la thn Iieit vrott of tho rind with which I nm acqutlnti rf Stxiiiltor Kunitnlli I consider It tho Ki V H ScniUiir imuni tray Aiairknn boat book of quota tlona I Lava cccn Hjyal Byj over VOUpaaov 1 ilea cloth S06O 5 ehcon A GeSsafT Aalstjd Tbe aboro aro omo of ou 15 ctnt boula COfVIETOTHEFFiONT With a large and complcto stock of all kinds of Farming Implements which thev are offering at very low prices Wlih tltii Iola Life of Cromwell lly 1iXtiN Ilnoo uinplols I ho alerv of travel lly ODohotam Bovrsham Puzzle novel Or lUu-s- n- BOOKS 25 CENT Cixon FxnltAk lly EiiaynofGiirpii Kiln a book T Dy Philip SshafT DD LLD by 3J 1 tiw Ablest tcho ura In tlio Vtro Complcto In 3 anporroyal Svo vob rtoubln column Jlcr1un ilx 3TIJ Trlullyt huroh NY UuBUrpaaawl - Mcrcos ErtcyoSopoeJia cf RcHgScyo ESrowiodgo Kerf Vork of Umat Ira-ortr-- SPECIALTIES Clipper Plows author if Helens U bka Tliaabovaare i dino of our 23 cnt books 8end for Descriptive Circular coiwof auLjL U fT xlijnciiirf lor KMirral riliibllity ofjiirtcn in ly anythinff puLIiaheil KSMoir- UDi Awurkofimmeasivalne Hi nry AVuitt Uuecliort Invjliiabla lor tnowWte ad Avery Chilled and Steel Plows the best chilled plow in the market and warranted inferior to none THE STATE NEWS Â¬ Thn Leader is the name of a new paper just started at Springfield Washington county Smart Weed and Belludotina combined with tho other ingredients nied in the best porous plasters make Carters S W k B ALSO AGENTS FOR Buckntho Plasters the best in tho market Price 25 cents nodgensville had lis first hnmicido last Saiurday A B Creel was shot and killed by Ernest Miller I have been a suffcrerfor years with Catarrh and under a physicians treatment for over a year Ely s Cream Balm gave mo imuiediata relief I believe I am G 8 Davis First Naentirely cured is ef our own manufacture und warranted to be one of the best wagons tional Bank Elizabeth N J We also manufacture Buggies mid Plows which for durability prominent distiller of made Burwell Million a Rlacksmithing suddenly Friday and workmanship cannot be excelled in this market Harrison couniy died morning and Repairing have our special attention After a thorough trial of Elys Cream Balm I am entirely cured ot Catarrh aa is also a member af my family Tho Bulm is done by ABNER DENT who is recognized to be ono of tho best We invite farmers and all who wish to procure stopped a roaring in my head which had sltocrs in the state continued for moro than a year Jamfs E in our lino to call on us before purchasing elsewhere aa we C1108SON Sexton at the Tabcrnaclo Pater anything are prepared to give you good work at very low figures See ndv son N J Town marshal McAfee of Bnrdstown was shot and serinualy wounded Saturday night by an ex convict negro named Bub Palmer a cough for twenty fivo years and this fivo men is in possession of Jackson llucklouv Arnica Salve liresvthitt countynd threatens to lynch tbe spring moro severely than ever before She had used many remedies without relief Tin BtST Salvk in the world for Cuts murderers in the jail Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever n3 being urged tu try Dr Kings Now ami Currtl Almost Iumiiie Sores Teller Chapped Hands Chilblains Discovery did so with most gratifying doctors in the results Most of the eminent Corns and nil Skin Eruptions and posiTlio first bottle relieved her very tively cures Piles or no pay required It east as wql as several of the medical fac- Â¬ much and the second bnttlo hag absolutely writes Hev P P cured her She has nut had so good health ulty in New York City is guaranteed lo give perfect satisfaction failed to help our for thirty years or money returned Price 25 cents per box Shirley tf Chicago For sale by W Q Short dsunhters epilepsy which began to show Trial Hollies Free nt IV Q Shorts Drug By Ihe signs ot turning into insanity Large size 100 Turn Dais a colored brakeman was good providence of Und welricd bamarltan Store crushed to death between two freight cars Nervine and It cured her Your druggist Great excitement was caused at Ml ho was coupling at Dupont Muhlenberg Sterling Wednesday afternoon by a cow keeps it county Monday night hiding Itirliard Kyi April 17 Mother Held of administered lo Judgo Juhn J SfKiKariKU the court by In another column will be 8uperinress Heginn and two sisters were Corneiliion asupurior ol Notice pinre that The lawyer found an nrlicle in which all whether they severely Injured by a runaway team while afTalr occurred in Corneilisons office and Neglecting to on the way to Ihe train last evening to ko will or no nre Interested it is claimed by Held that he was nttacked read it may proyo a very serious as well to Newport Tho Mather Superioress had without warning Wo rcler to the her arm broken and shoulder dislocated nn expensivo affair A advertisement of Prickly Ash Bitters Never Olvo Vp Opening the Fountains knowledge of lis merits and the benefit If you nre miffcilug with low nnd numberless bulbs beneath tho skin In you or your family may derive from uning is secreted tho liquid ruhrtnnca which depressed spirits loss of nppcllto grnornl It will save nut only health but mnnr dollar itives llio hair its texture color and gloss dibllity disordered blood weak coisllti otherwise expended in Doctors bills When this decrolion tnps tho hulr begins lion headache or any disease of n bilious In Hickmnn ciunty two brothers namod at once to become dry lustreless brittle nature lit all menus prncuro a botilo of Smith called Bob Virgin out of his house andgmy Is that the condition of jour Kleclrlo Hitlers You will bo surprised to see improvement that will follow one tight last week shot nnd beat him tn lislr If so apply Psrkers Hair Hiihmm you the raptdinspired will bo with now life strength death and then fled ftOO reward is of- at nnce It will restore th color gloss and activity will return J pain nnd misery fered for their apprehension and life by renewing the action of naturo will craso and henceforth you will rejoice The Ilalsitm is not an oil nor a djo but In llio praise of Kleclrlo Hitters For 25 years I hnubeccn afflicted with Sold at elegant toilet article highly appreciated fifty cents a boltlo by W O Short Catarrh so thut I have been confined to my an boYuuso of lis clemiliness room for two months at a lime I have At Maysvllle In the circuit court Martried all the humbugs In hopes of relief but lo no success until I met with an old shall lloston colored wns convicted of friend who had used Elys Cream Balm tape His iiunishmeni was fixed at ten lMinrtrioniKitori and advised me 10 try il I procured a years confinement in Ihe penitentiary SprKUNESOUEAT botile to please him and from the first Luitnns victim wss n colored married application 1 found relief It is the best woman The crime was committed last W 0 Matiikwn October remedy I have ever tried INM ILIM11 ll lk i IiikuJ A ttiiritr Trtl tn I Hit l4t IwiIihii rrf Justice ol ihe Peace Shenandoah Iowa A Great DUcorory Wl uulMti iur wmtf dlxcM h U n rO trtlHllont IKLIXIUllArrhKl I llM lreiPt2 ItlBlcw Mr Wm Thomas of Newton la snyst The report Is reiterated that the noto lMUIlnll My wife liui been ibrlously alfcclcd with rious BUI Strong at the head of seventy-- Blounts True Blue Plows Cultiva tivators and Sulkies The Hoosier Drill and The Springfield Engine and Thresher THE FARMERS CHOICE WAGON Q U fia lbe l trcaiul n thiv by nnc cnlitd hilar It la iot4 lilolibr rt ol ihoaauljon a A NEW DOOK brought lii u lo 11U lo blhcn yopiduic i tao DT JOAQUIN MILLER lis lact Trice per aft clofi f 8 00 rheep t Ul Rrnil 15 fonts f r this boik as a aamrb nf thrao rhotp boiiki by tlis ablast uf American European writera and Thli fcroat work cloth for S17J nntll recently nld lor J Ji 00 tamploto vlh U luix a lu two Bpurgoons Lifo Work to vola David NuuU Porter rrcr ff Ynln Cnlirn v Knluhfala tha beat hi t ry cf lnglaudlor thx Ti be completed In aeven vols sir now roady reaucr Price per vol 1 on ianorai Tlih wnrU In tho very J hn Ualleavai For tuaruetlon Bunr- - Ijuadan Standnrtl pona work la without an equal uiiury vi jitiuuii hunt u piilBA ror thirty rft a nf er thla atvcrllai m ut appeari wa will DISCOUNT TO CLUBS allow Al per cent discount on 2000 worth of our booka to 030 adJnua thj lujcy tu aovouipauy the order SATISFACTION GUARANTEED -- Wttohwkrti not ptvoratlaactlnn they may ba returned two daya after receipt aud tho money refunded tho piirchaacr to p ly tUi return freight Any otht alovt eookt unt potlpaid on rttpt evnet Cimtan frt WAQNALLS Publishers 10 and Dey St New York FUNK MJf Canratsaers Wnnted lor Oubaorlptlon Hooka -- J MEMORIE AND E1EKIE Uluhoilmnuui ltlsrviTVotuablonork Hvery aubje t thrt riUra i tiriun tloohify r k Knights Histor of England The Treasury of U u tjf PXenllQB pltuer In which yon aee the -- dvortUnment -- qU l Ll Â¬ FiWITDE Persons dest ring to ptirchiiG F ur nituro nnd Honso Furnishing goods would do well to call and examine our new stoelc of goods cousibting Basin Sprimg Stock Farm ronMmY oo 1 chicks oxjie xcoesE3sx3oBiNa- of sIBF-ivHnls-ifls-ftr i UUfKAL Willoroviiiour kkntccky HIM HITS U FANCY CHAIRS FOLDING LOUNGES and everything usually kept in n well regulated Furniture Slorc Wo arc also agents for tho Ccle hrated LJGH-T-RUlUraT- THE FRANK JACK formerly owned by Mr Wm lkanl if Ilardtna burn can now bo found nt tlionbovafaiui This Jink is too well kniiirn tunocd any ilescrtptlon Ilia colts nro largo ami liuarlnbly black or brown SintVICE 800 payable wben tlio maroli iltllvarcd of n living cult or when Hie luaro I parted with If sold WILMS H0AIU Manager tlO a MERU Give us namental 11 J Or- Â¬ Leasehold and Furniture of cr3- - SEWING MACHINE call nnd pco CLBFTOW HOUSE COR 2nd JEFFERSON STS the mnny Â¬ Bright and Pretty Useful nnd Substantial and Dainty thing wu have iu stuck FRED DilIAATEN DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP The copartnership htrfbifire exIilltiR bo twteen T J 1erkins and I T Huberts undtr lie drui nam a cf tiklpi Kuborls tins thla inj boeh dlsiolveil by mutual ronsant Tie business will In future enilurtM br 1 T Koberls T J IlUtKINrl 1 B7AXvne7vJf8JlS 1 Tba bnuse lias 4J rooms is very central and ileliig n gmid biisinrss Within a feiv inunlbs It has been newly pnlnteil Inside und out and refurnished with new capvts beds bedding and furniture It is lthln two blocks nf nil hn aires and places of amusement business ami Ihe fashionable retail crntic itreet rais uisa Hie dnur every few inlnules reaching evr dr ihjI In the city am Ibe grand m wbldi ii now it died fact und will br far superlur tn the one vf last year llvcrylhlngls neclcun and nice Iiuiwirtiint Interesta call the pruprl ttur south and he will sell at a jrriMit bargulu ioil T A TIIKUIIAIll Iiiulslllc Ky Â¬ I eifihinirorl r March ii T 1I0IIUUTS IH8I BOOKS bigrs f every description at supplt FthiM Himkial 1 a specialty IS Breckenridge News PATESVILLE Twine cliiekem In tow n Kirly polftlno iilnlilod Ktiriiur nre very butty imw f nolionl tlila summer Eil want tn no II V Aubrey movcJ o hid farm lait Frl liny j- - 8HREVEOlilo Colfnt Editor Ilreckfnrldite News 4m Permit mo through jnur paper to nsK pardon of thoo patties who item to be ng grieved by reason of a letter ol mine recently published In which I inadvertently the explained ns I tlvtught I understood Jones wiHfthii not n very bright weman pad things which wore wor thy i f a wit Ono day after doing or sny I tit sometimes Â¬ Dr It W Frvmlro nlfamily nro livine lure niinln Alien hm cot llie blues Ilo did not cninp Sntnnlny Dr Sinn from near QiUoms Landing h living In town We are cnintf In try fir local option nl tlm coinlnc Anitiut elci linn Prof Win Mitrlln delivered a Rood Sun Â¬ day School lecture InH Sabbath itfiernuon We litvc a larun Sunday School here Come nluiiE boys and mnke 1 hats rljtlit It larger lohn Pamnn has resinned the position of constable in this dinlriet Sleretl Smith lin t taken liU plnco Our friend 1 0 Mnilow er has been viiitinj hi npiiflilnM of Into and we ore glad to co him mil ol his bed Wc think we will bo blrsned by having n Miss iota good school hero tlismmmer Dndismun is our teacher Our town Is Improtine P M Whitlow has built a new flour depot for the accommodation of his patrons here Price Graham niitl Joint with their fa mi lie left low n Inst weik They moved to the bottom nbove Tobinspnrt Lid John snitl he would bring Tilia back to Pnttsville azain but uu cum he wont for weleuru that he ii man led lo Os lining in ihe LofiiH Hums n ImcheUii 1 slmph Epistle of Joseph the Officer had studied that pice nud having had a pretty good hint Irnin n source tlml houghi understood It I solved tho prnb lent not dreaming that it would cxilto the Ire of any oi c We llttlo people nway down hero In Ohio do feel that we are running a great risk to A man naried Stone exclaimed in n taveven guess at the points In miy little rid b t a aotcroen 1 hate the hurdest dle the diameters of which lira nwny ov ern Ill says Done name in the compnnv er yonder If I erred In complimenting n Stone Whiils tour n inc piece nsn goodproductiou I did it witlu ut one Hand me llin money fried the lirst any wish to speak in dcrouiitiiin of others my name is Hnrder said tho other Hereafter I wont tun nuy risk And I A mphur explosion In the PJnnsjIvan would advise Roll the Trnnstatm o killed la Cull eiy at Mt Carmcl Ph tho epistle to be careful in making a de fense Sarcasm cuts like a two edged miners nud scriojsly injured two mine srroril and usually pcnctrncs lo n vital contractors Hut what has become of Jose h part Is he yet a Servant ol the the Officer people tint dwell upon the banks of a Una hU confederate Hen mighty river ry the Squiro ceaed to warn the people Ah who and docs ho yet sit in judgment I would not would be without a judge I know Holla wouldnt would tou 1 1 Luarn lhat which will bo of benefit l you when you become Men and Women Ing something silly her husband snapped outt Well you are the worsl I ever saw I Hate I Why whats tho matter now done nnythlng wrong At Evnnsvillc Indiana You dont know the I should say so MEETS THEDEMAND dHercnee betoon a hoiso and n donkey drnt buliotu WE GIVE A THOHOUGH nnd Practical Course In Hook Kccidiig teaching the best I didnt soy ynu were a horse did I and latest forms of books ns used in the innnjf IMIcietit kinds of business shn replied meekly WE GIVE A THOROUGH CourBO In Hiiincss and Ornamental Peitmnnshlp Merchant And Jones said no more Tratelcr WE GIVE A THOROUGH nnd Practical Course In Short Hand 1 iiinnit riiiT to trnNi MFM imruniAnii to ioong dtoiesi Hr THE NORMAN STALLION j laiciiui mawic Ltnn mnr nlnrnln lAfnrln mm THE EVAWSYILLE C0MME11CIAL COLLEGE Â¬ WE GIVE ATIIO ROUGH Course on Commercial Law It WE GIVE A COURSE of Iltisincss Training that is woith money to whoever takes OUR SCHOOL HERCULES 2nd Weight 1000 111 will itfltid tho tlittieyrnr nt the ttablei vt K Ogleby ouo liulf wile neit uf Clurcriiort Ky 1881 IS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT and students enn enter nt any lime WE EXTEND A CORDIAL education CATALOGUES INVITATION to all who are interested in practical Address DisLitiixnvi Hercules wai four yciin old lrit Aiigui Is hnnda high Iron gmyi liirge flat lone heat Hy inuii lod I wt II rruixirtloned body I beau tlful bond and neck nnd fluo Kyle unit action 10 J E KEITH CLOVERPORT THE SUPERB KY CO lo OF THE COLLEGE SENT FREE CURNICK RANK Principals H0LSTEIN BULL CARTERS CITY BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY - 20 will be charged vlc THEMS of which PRINCE ALBERT stand at Virgil Hardins In Holts Ilottoir tlio present season and will be permit- Â¬ ted to surre oons at 1 thu money duo wheu Will tho sorvlce Is rendered M pills im Â¬ A FAHEENBEEGfre2Sjh win jesting in my letter naldsdown here liked wi lowers and to send them on etc Should this meet the cyo of the good lnilj who criticised our little jest she can con sole herself with the assurance thai should her husbnnd become a widower I dont pro pose to have any one send him but let him go cu tilting in judgment mid interpreting an ns lie does UuW and we will decline ipiaiiiniinc Mattik Mr Editor I when I said We old SlcKncadtcho and rcllcro all the tronhln Inci1 dent to a OllloDS etato of tho svatcm tuch glncss KinncA Orowslime Ditlrcts after catlnjr lit the Side Ac Whllo their most Rcuufc lin tblo raccess has bocn shown In cartas CUBE Kccps consttintly on hand Fresh Bread Gakes and n nice assort Â¬ ment CandioB Jf uts Canned GoodB Tobacco and Cigars Oranges Lem Â¬ ons and Domestic Fruits tuiincy und llolniurnnce the mure la known to be In fuulitlS caih Ly tho leaion and 10 caili for tho tingle leap Parting with the mnre befurn alio Ti known lo loin fnnl will fnrfilt the Iniurnnco money Caro will be taken to prevent nocldcnti but we will hot bo repundble ibnuld nny occur You nro cordially Invited tntnll nnd examine our hone befnrj itlecting another to breed from Thcro Ii no other breed of hunca au well adapt ed to the until of our fanners or on which wo can au aurely depend for Improvement In tin character and form of our mongrel bioadi caih Ii ror to Lepnld whou 5 IDIESaiRIZFTIOIN- - Princo Albert Is blnek and vrhlto Gne lorm weighs aticut 1 2U0 lbs and was two year old tho Mil nl last May Ho was bought of J D luthrle of Phelliy ciuinty Ky Ills dam waa lady Ilshcr n fnvurlte milker that gave 8 gal Ions per lay Ho Is owned by JOU O HKURTZ IMtOlItirTOHN J 1 1 Wetster Ky oysters insr Linr sty jle Dont fail to STEFHtNS Hnlta Ky lUuniKTuN lleiniliHiillc muidtrtd lift Indny ninlit old town of tnoiilririoiisl by titikimnii K COTTVdrrTHrrPIKE Mi HealiicheretCsrtcTsLlttloUvcrFlllatreciusll7 vdiublo In CcuBilpjUcn curlnr and prcvi tiling this annojlng complaint whllo they also correct all disorders of tho stomach stlmulnto tho llrrr acd rtgulito the bowels lircn If they only cured SICK will be served at any hour of the day on short notice drop in and sec me when you come to ilardinaburp ALBERT FAI1RENBERG Cloverport Ky Marea from a dlitanco will bo gruied ttx weeka freo of charge No teiponilblllly for acoldonti oreacapei E OlUKSHV llolta hy rRKIArt- Hancock C Ky K Oolksbv Manuger TltnWAS EMI Passenger Iornll II I KEKDERSON Packet Line Mail and Express Sam when did tou see Miss Kiltie V parties Piof Martin from KnntUville delivered I iMny nfiernooii on ihe sujcei of Eluealion and niwtlier that night on Yiiipfioncr- Ilr did both the subject of mjfclsjutice ntid had a Ionic audience In hear him each time Squire Smith is lining a good coroners nrner Adams n business jiit ww white iiiin ilJ jerrs old tomntitlvtl suicide March 21 by hniigiug biin etf lo the top tierpnle ol his barn He liinct a wife and two childicii It is supposed that inel niichuly ol mind depression of spirit and blighted hops were the muses cf tin null nl Jan e Million coloitd nls row mined suicide April J by hanging himself Morton was a man in his meul oiisi much ienpotod nut Iim raie1 a huge He wan ulotit uirnrs oU He family had un nihick of iinanily about ten jinr nzn uwl liuil net it been enliu ly a trm at lie had a son to die about all times since a j car niio which gave the old man a groat deal cf trouble Mo hud been viel fur tome time previous lo his self inflicted death BM1 being physically weak nnd troubled nliout the diaih uf his son uiu the muses for this uct n lecture - Tct OAKLAND Tho hcalih of the neghboiho tl nt prisent i i oul Mr Tom I has quit hog hunting ami gone to dialing in cattle I ho farmers are all dune sowing outs and are nnw busy pri paring corn ground Mr Walter K Miss come ngnin Annie sajs she did not send that talen tine Oh I what has become of that hinib He surely hns gone astray Miss Itachie i looking very sad since he left but do not cry MUa IUchie he will come back by and by Mr Ivlilnr ifthii is not consigned to ilint dreadful wnstebatket jou will heal from me again in the sweet bte and bye Mr Date E has that yi ting lud sent you her heart jet in return If not you might not to have sent yours until you was lerltin of one in return Mr Sciibbler thinks he knows it all dont he There nre it few things ho dont know yet I think he is taking quite an active purl for a man of hs profession He stems tn know it nil both good nnd bad Ilo writes rs a friend to day and a foe to morrow CnAzr Janh Ache they wonld be almost priceless to thoso Who taller front this dlstrcsilug complaint bat f orta mtoljr their goodcesjdonnotcnd hero nd thoso Mho ones try them will find theso liltlo pills vnln HBAQ THIS SPACE BELONGS TO LOOK LOOK nbltlnFOtnanrvajsthottheywlllnotliewllllii2 to do without thtm Hut after all sick head Is thebane c f so many lives that hero la where we m Lo our great bOMt Our pills euro it whllo others dosot Carters Llttlo liver Tills are very small an Tory cany to take Ono or two pills make a dose Ihcy ore strictly vegetable and do not grlito or purge but by their pcntle action plcaso all who csothem Intlnlsattt5centa Ave tottl ftoli by drucglsto tvtry where or sent by mall CARTER MEDICINE CO Now York AH J Lr MILLE Again I come to the front with a complete line of R SPRING GOODS WIM HUY THH Hrcckcnriilgc News nnd Hoinoiintl liiOd Boats way landings between Louisville and Henderson tho elegant nnd fleet simmers JAMKft Fttrin an excellent fiirnicrh for one year trpt ailTHRIK Allen Jennings Clk Clk lonny Mis ler y thnra cloth hound and in tho popular cheup KAINIIOW fno Wislfall Master Miles Warren Library furiniamab bagea J 0 aitlY KAOIiU Ill which he proposes which I Herry Mnsltr R llnldwln Clk Passing Clovrrpurt one down and one up dally offer cheap and all Bilious Ccmpuints arc relieved by taking WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS rel7 VezeUUe Ho Griisz Ftlei 2S All DrajjUti 83 A GRAND COMBINATION 84 imTUE ONLY TEDB to tell our readers all cheaper in fact than similar goods were ev- Â¬ er before sold in Har- about his big stock of dinsburg Quick sales and small profitsis my STOVES motto TINWAIfcE EXPERIENCE has taught me is Brekenridge News AiYJ THE TUE LOUISVILLE IFEKLY COOBiEPr JOURNAL uA J a IIJijO FOU TIIR FACTS RECARDIHa HAllDWARE cash on a better to sell for that it Purest and Best D BABBAGfE G BABBAGE MASTER COMMISSIONER A NO call on Two papers for llttli mote Hi ii n tho price of one Ily pajlng us J250 you will rccolre fer one ear your homo jnper with the Courier-Journthe ripiicitulic ncwspricr of the f ooth llititncrjllc mid fir ft Tnrtfl for Revenue only lint Iho be t brightest nml ablest family Weekly in tho Tnlled Stntes Those who de Ire to ex mine n sninplo copy tif the Courier Jouruul cuu do so nt this oflicc One car for only f 230 Over tin- - rence Mr Sliugonin put her head over the Success lo the Nkwo mid nil its readers fence nnd thin addicss her neighbor who ol Do Valley Young Smart Aleck was hanging out her weeks trashing what has become of you 1 wish tou would A futility bus moved into tho emptj get off another good one ltottc act oss thu way Mrs Clothesline Ye I know Upper Pry ViiIKv is nood for smart but alas Did ynu notlco their furniture good lockiig n lined people Xtit particularly the poor ionci valley is ioted for tcruiu- Two loads and I wouldnt give a dollar gauls and blockheads Why dont tou people Town there in the n load for it Carpels I wouldnt put em And the childienl valley luko pattern from us peaceable djwn in my kitchen people on the lidge Fur instance heros wont allow- mine lo associate with em WE HAVE COME TO STAY FOR ONE YEAH John Slinvr who is n peaccablo man and you bet And the mother She looks us ij Iluv dm HFT AXD OKLY COM Why dont site hail never Known n tlaj a linl pitirs t IMiCTiiUMrMAlK uttcuds to his own tiuines Vrin an the SI Oyi l PUMP innniifnc Too bud that you all down there tiko him for 1111 ex- The father drinks I expect iiireil nnd sulil liy Khi rinan A Co Iliwes such people should como into this neigh ample I think hu would be a good one ille Ivy Ilv ery pimp sold hv tjiein is borhood I wonder who they are put in jour well or citerii free of cost mill Poor Old Wnlnut irove was so wounded 1 krcw them if it doi mil prove sntisdtetory no pay i tho lut church mooting day that I dont reqiiirtd Do j on Well I declare Who arc Hut my think sho will over recover Jlcini mudo of SIONH thpv will rot thej printers and hopes nro that the chinch will foiitnmiiinto the w nler HUST IIOI is my sister and Iho mother FilKI-ylOUT me eheaper or again bloom and prosper us in the past for Â¬ Mrs Sliugonin dropped off tbo fence their u riliility than tope mid the I onl hath said Hlessed are the pinco liucl ct or iinj other pump Somerville Journal makers for they shall be called tho chilSi nd ilicin your order nnd ynu will nevMiurpor Ill a 11 it Iln zor Ilo has also commanded dren of God er niir tit r send them your iiiiiup and A long wnisted in nn wiih the nose of n nearest stiiimbont hit dim mid one of their Ilo ns to lovo our neighbor ns ourselves further says in tho Holy Hook of tiuili fox anil in ejr full of speculation walked uiont vvill cull 011 you and show jou the VK SICLL ON pump lipfuro irderiiiL our guide that man knoweth not tlm iiji to a second hand clothier in llullalo the ITSMKIUTS niVK VAMJU UKCKIV other day and said hour of thit great nml dreadful day when Id HWi TOMB TO STAY nnd nre See thut overcoat hanging out down SEI IINO MOltK SIONK PUMPS TO Ilo will judge every one according to the DAY wlit rp we but n introduced thein 1I11111 And now dear there deeds done hoi 0 on earth wood ciuin or elovatins nil otlur Kind Ofcouiae HBtcrs and brothers of tho Walnut Orcvu bucket innibini tl Well laken n fnncy to it Its church all try to do bctler and bo more Send jour iiiuno nud P 0 address on n thankful in thu future than you have been rather ducky to nsk jou to go down theie curd nud ri ceivn it set of hnndhouie Chruiuo in tho past for tho many blessing that but Ill make it nn object I wont give Cards Addros IIIKSTONKPUMICO huvo been botowed upon youj tor the but 3 or tho coat but Ill give jou Ilnoville Ky dollar to buy it for mo You aie also a Lord God hath said jou knowcth not thu P S Ordprs left with Miller A llovious I Jew and know how to beat him dovn or nt J Millers IlnrdwntP Store Clo bourjou may be judged Here are nine dollars virion will receive cur prompt attention ISihsii vjj Tho dealer took the money nnd started The only known apcclflo lor Epileptic Fit Alio tat Bpuma and lalllng ElcWnca Kenoui off and in live minutes was back with tho PLANTERS HALL tVcaVneMlt tnilantly rrltcTe and cure Cleanse PACKET CO cunt blood and qutckena alueglh clrolatlon Ncutro school closed FriMiss Jennie Keith tlzei germa of dlaeiao and aarca alckneu Carta Good I reckon chuckltd tho other day you laid him nut I How much did jou CHEAP FORTKE NEXT Tho farmers ore ull very busy breaking iimkn for jour bharo ground 101 Vhell nili dot is my branch sthore nnd Mr Willie Cirwilo is down with remit I only ask six dollars fur de coat I vns ugly Motchcj and itubbora blood aorei Eliminates Cincinnati will oter7hcriKKAT UHAMAT- noil Carbunrlci and Bcalda IJf Iertnanently and 10 riLSTIVAI on Monday April 21st whloh tent futor about tree dollars ahead rromjilly cure paralyila Ycf It la a cliarmlcg and villi continue Sx Dnyi nud Jurliitf which tho There is a great deal of tJckucss in this King Scrofula A ctv Morlt of Jrrnt liupoititiico hcalUJul Aperient Kill bad breath and good livll leudlng pluya of Bhnkefpere will be rendered neighboihood CUansca twin brother to temov by the botnllng Arllitca of tho Cnuntrjr In Ihe Jitkt Ciitiiiliii Is visiting friends and MIjr Annie Hlakc fjntoui Mudo Jin II Ono of tho must Important vvorls over The MAV MUSICAL PBSTIVAL openi rolatites here issued from tho iros In America is the May -- lit lulling Blx Dayi under the dlreo Mr Dick how nro jou nnd Miss Jnkie Sclniiriliirzo Kiicctniietlia of ltulijjious tlon of Theodore Thvraai with all tho leading e getting along Kuropcan and Amerienu talent KiiohIciIkp It Is the joint rciluct oM38 MUs Nelia we hope flint we may get an of the vviirlils moat ft in mm icliolurs TIiojo Ing Hits came ItonU btlloui tendenclea and makes MAKE UP YOUR PARTIES invitation to that wodillng who know tho vnlue of null u uoi arp clear compleilon Eijmlled by nono in the dellrlura ngsin Mis Xnniiiu buys jiihilutit nvir h coinilftlnii Mr Sam is ill Dr Mirgiii of feter A charming rciolvent and a tnatchlet flood Mixta on nil the boats and Ticket good laxative It that hendiiiliisynii M ry iniich Dix tt cinr of Trinity Ctmtcli N V duos 17 Contain drlvea Elck lleadaolio Uko the wind on cllliar of tho bonta In their line tho Unff no tlraitlc cathartlo or oplatoi llelluTCi Uauiu Ohio and Iluckeyo htnte I inn news 1I1I1 wcuk Well as circe of not otvrrsilmiilo fit value whin he C113 s n w wisn supt I will vhise nud wiiie more next time It in iirolmlily 111 gnr aiaii by any thlnir tTHE GREflTj MIm Nannie when did jou sen that Sou inihliilieil up to the present tiny I guisi Mr Guorgu the nilveriitPiiirnt of the puhllfclior fdlow from Cnlor Funk CHRlVEXclOlNlQmiERlOlRD has got awny with him AW persons Indibtod to Dr leo II Kurta for A Wiiiinlli 10 A 12 Uey Street Thoy Jnckn to conie forward I hero was n ciowd at Sunday urn iNmiini tery liiiportiint hools at very tho brain of morbid fanclei rromptly cure IUku service nf Horses nml nnd thereby save costs matlira by routine It Itetorea Ilfe glving proper luimodlntely and utile liny why dont uhi low price School hul Sunday needing tliv mnnry and tin to tho blood guaranteed to euro all nr oua of iMilltctlnu hi I mil Mr John S In Inn will rrtelve the must Imye If We aru hating Miordera tiritellablo when all opiate fall lie s oino to Siindiij School crowed every limit some man nml receipt for tame and If 0 rooster frcabct tho mind and Invigorate tho body Curea tnonov nt llardlnshurg a splendid ecliool myself or John Snider will recvlt o at Webster lolil llo nn ono illd for the Aposllo 1elir dyajiepila or money refunded ano II KIU117 Miss May whnt have ynu dune with thni ihprn would be iiiihiicoiiMnnt Jin in tho Mr Kind surely Innil that foK1 tvnnt Imvo in jili liltlo blue eyed lellnw r thtir Wlmt do you think enrv up viitli must mean liii lirs putiy in irder di iliiulk In a n nut it Miss Miiliie unit irumbln whv UfcrwiefthaLlondoirnltacomiucrnr nndoraed calleil on Miss Kvto iimiKHj utir uitr II1UU3UU leaiilUK cIjum Mr Thnnins H ilerci men and idiyilelana u U B nud Lurope At ono tf the cuaioiiiury jcIhidI ctaini lite other day Mix Annie said that nlit 1 SB PER YEAR IS ONLY 13 roraalobycllleadlsgilrnccliti fixa nntlniiH lint is the nn hili Hnleil 1or Testimonial and clrrtilan aend alamp Knew thut Turn hud alien in love with lur ol iitl imr of bronl to which ho rnpliod The DrSA llchflioiid Hed Co S t JosephM sticcl with uii nrclineiiH ihnl implcd wl ut it tliii Kr ho looked at ner an I grijitiixlt CO pleinn ton 111111 bo tn ak suilt u ijuetliun LORDSTOUTENOUROH Aflents u jiwiuin loijriut LuUr iipuu HiuiLiiti Ymcei VtliVUiO IlIi 1 It will nitrify anil enrich tho BLOOD repulaio the LIVER nud KIDNEYB nnl Kehtohb tiik III all thoso JtEALTU nrdVIUOHorYOUTHI dtscaKf renulrlnjr Hcrrtahiand tiUclen IONIC cpeclllvlfrtislaViitor AipitllelnllKfi tlou mi ir hlriiiiitli tlclty liso la 1111 ktd Tlih luiiucdlulu and oniluriul icsultl Iloiic muaclrtuiid turvntiii Itu new force Elilltclu tLcmlnd iiid aeppllr Ilralii 1onrr tullerlng Irnni ull complalnti B P rBJCTQ tiecullnrtolliclrft xwIltrinUIti XiR If AHTEU a IKON TONIC a tutu and rpicdy euro It alt ci 1 1 li ur and hcaltliy complexion Tlio alriniirct li stlnioity to Ilia tulno of 111 IlAllTCtlN InuK Toniu Hint frequciitattcniiila at countt rfi lllitir have only Rtldeu to thopnptiicr Hy of IIil-- 01 Il itl ullli fou lariitsilydctltilit ULUT uo not txpoi luietit get till UIMOINAL ANO fRAndyourndilreMtoTbaDr HnrtorlVlMl ntuijul W ur our AJiiiau uuunCo Lrnllof traoiMand UMtullDfrmtloofre Dn Harters Iron Tonic is for Cale by au unuQQiErrsAtta dcalers tvEntWHtnE EBY SMALL sell on a credit of 10 per TlfJ HOOFEIe margin than to cent Champion Machine FRESH GOODS TJy vi taHUISa Attorney at Law IIAROINSHUUC KY Will prnctico hit prolesilnn In nil the courts of Jlreokonridgo County urn tM luoHlal dl trlct Spcoial attoution girer to tho collectlcii of clniini etc A share of pnbllo patrona solicited MRPrrr k To those who wish LAIEST NOVELTIES Â¬ K yin 1 Â¬ conduce to CatarrH ELYS JOHN D BABBAGE their interest to ex- mMnzLYttlffl CflEAM BALM has gjlncd nn entl Watch out for what amine my stock before nblu reputation A Spendid Assort- Â¬ wliorover known buying elsewhere fHAYFVERfJ displacing nil other ment of Good and preparations lie will have to say Come and see for Hrticle of undoubted Reliable Gents merit Is ennvenl entand cleanly ll yourself and be satis Furnishing otuses no pain nor and thm go and com- lied BQceilng Goods IT IS Come and examine Y lfIUVBK Apply by tho pare his stock and his if you dont buy ger Into the nostrils It will be ubsorbed Icctually cleansing the nasal pnisagcsof cntnr BARGAINS I boldy say that it will op greatly Â¬ MOT A fin ef- - prices with any other A X KMELOE KY HARDINSBURG Io mans 11 water emi Having Intoly put tho rbove named perfect uro uovr ready to do flrst clnii work and ininro general latlnfaetlon Cuatmn work n iolulty One elghtli toll anil it gnud turn out and gnotl flour Kuaruntecl An miller nlwnyi in tho mill nnd ready to nccominodiite flood itnblea fir htirsct from a illiUnce Urinding at all houril night or day CLIFTON rlml virus canning honlthy secretions It al Â¬ lays Itiflmnmatlun jirntc cla the inembranal li nlngs of lhj bend Irom additional colds com pletely heals tlio sores and restores tho ronso of taste and fjnell Ileneflcial results arc realized by a feir nppllcntions A thorough treatment Kill aire Unentitled for COID In tlio IIIlAIi or any kind llcudurlirf nint Hcrtfiic of ntucuous meiubrnnnl irritations Send for circular By mail prepaid f0o a package stamps recoWed Sold by all wholesale and AVo arc prepared as wo never were before lo serve old men young men and very partieular men in what they want to wear in the line of retail druggists rciilro Millet in 15IY UllOTIIURS Drugglits OwegoNY HI shirtfl Drawers and Neck wear As for QPSESTC prices they speak for UGBEbI I w themselves We have tho advan- Â¬ tage of all competitors Wo mako Wf BSSTE OverSlurts Under IE Ciucinnciti Memphis Â¬ DE BKADLEYS GENTS FURNISING BLOGETTO OIL a special ty and strive to please men woniun -- 11 A SKEPT80 SAID RTES Flour Meal and Feed Rheumatism always on hand and for sale cheap Thank ing tho puhllo for their liberal patronage In tho pnit we would respectfully lullcit n coutlmiunce of tho latno A stjlx curo for Â¬ Neuralgia Bronchitis JOHN D BABBAGE Colic or Cramps OTTZEe IFILsOTTIEe 33 WALL STREET Bruises or Sprains IS 1OU 1Y CLOVERPORT KY Piles Burns c SAL1S nnd too who do tho buy ing for their husbands nnd sons Now gentlemen wont you hon- Â¬ or us with a call and see what you we hayo nnd how cheap they are ELJJAH BOARD YOUR Hardlntburg Ky 00M5MAX A OMSOOW 1ropri Price JUoiml 100 Mnnufacruredand fur sale by J A WITT Hardinsburg Ky r Tho Clnclnnatlnnd EvansvlllePackot Lino T1TL0B ARHERDT ICV Steamer BEAUTIFY J I HOMES Wanted FREDR1CA STREET Simons t lira nre prepared to paper Walls Ceilings Ac In the latest nud most r tlstlo style We Feel Sure We Can Give OA V1CNSHORO will pais OliiTcrport gqlno down every Sunday ut 12 pm nml going up every Wodnesday at 8 nin Tl W McCOV MasUtr K A Ponmaiiy Clerk lre Satisfaction 11 in QHlElVlElRTBlMl 11 Ceilings decorated for lie tier rnll Walls pa licred or Ho perroll Hemovlngold pnperl c lUo per snuaru Klslng walls oe per square Also Iiiuno und Blgn 1alntlng nonlljr don Olvo us it call J 1 HIMN8 ULIM SIMONS ex- Â¬ Loaves Cloverport for HurdnshurgUiilj cept Ruudays nt 8 oclock it lu Connects at Clovorporl with Ihe Louisville and Henderson Persons deslrlg convey mail line steamers ance can b nrrnintilopatcd Kxpreis buslnws promptly attended lo cloverfort mm mmmnBEARD Proprietors SMITH JOB WORK kind neatly executed at this office And our prices are the same as Louisville wiii ncinu tub iumuimh wikiiy visns of this ia run ron onu vLau Of every class and THE liSEW BIRD tlty of all iltes nt RADII AUKS est assort Â¬ ment in tlio Tholarg 1111 j j Subscribe for it BOOKS nf every description at Rib Luges School Rooks nl lupplcj a specially SHIRTS tlIOtl BUY YOUll D i J BABBAGE