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Digital page images are linked to the text file. im mmmrm ivi- t- - MMMMMMM MVMVWWiiliM ni t in f -- wimflif lrlwwtl I m WMMMiOTIj W55MkAi mo 3 THE BRECKENRIDUld VOL XIV AVoui NEWS ulflilijiJ a ii CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY TliuNiitilticrn lllrlk ike Mnntinmtrif licrliW illinfVsJj rhroks nro pile Slios a Illy nfiho Tale Noi a roio In a muslin or a lawn She la fiilror than the dmn To hor hcaux AUGUST 7 1889 BE NO 2 llrr v- - F k PYAL rssvit J Her hooU are Ihln ami licit She I vain about her feil It ii mid It- - Slio amputate her Hut her cyo are llko tho Overhead On tl tir balcony at night With a fleecy cloud nf wh li Hound her hair tier graeo ah who e mid tint Slio would futclnato a saint I declare POWDER Absolutely Pure A inarvol ol varlo More purity strength and wholcaomotio economical thnn llio ordinary kinds ami cnn not lio anld In competition with tlio inultltiulo of low tout short weight nluirf or phoahhate Kilil only in mm Hotai IlAKlNO powder 1owiikr Co 101 Wall Street New York TU a matter of regrot Shes a hit of crructlo Whom I sing On her cruel pnth sho gnc Willi a lulf n drien beaux On her tiring Tills powder nover Hut let that all paa by And her maiden lunincnts lly Dew lalns the tiiico CHii ioitcs wero figlillng not only for their lives but for tho lives All Old llino Selno Tlmt Ciiptlitcil 11000 of the younger mid wcuker meiiilMrrt of 000 nt n Single Hunt tho band who wero being defended from 1 heio nro not ns many ehml caught now the wohes who hungry had stolen In nilnyi In nil tho fisheries on tho Susquehanna upon thiiii Wo Hied on tho wolves nnd for a river In an en tho eenson ns wero cnuglit In mlnuto thero was as Intereuthign fusil ouo slnglo haul of n nelno thnt Cnpt Tom lade ni you could wish to boo Wo shot Stump innilo nt his Havro do Omeo fishery right Into tho pack to tho right and left in tho Pprlng of 1S27 Enid mi old Sumuio of tho horses and several of tho big gray hntiiin fisherman It Isnt likely that tho wolves bit the dust They did not give tlzo of that haul villi bo bclluved by nny ono rl jht olT though tip who hears of It but dipt Bt limps sou John They Htlll eyeil nnd tiapcd violently mid ho will Ilc4 at thnt nt the horsei nnd even when wo hail rutatnntlnto nilsnmo sot today Thnt fishery sny disrupted tho band by our llilng nnd tho la tho tlnya of ItsI first nbout It wns tho largest owner horsed turned to run nway bohio of tho wolves foliiwed them A shot from thnd fishery In tho United Btntes Enormous of slind nt n slnglo Thurstons gun however fixed tho old catches It but tho jmrtlculnr haul wero comliiiul 1 refer to lead wolf nnd nnother ball ciipplcd tho mon lo something simply next nnd tho wild homes fled lar away wanCnpt Stump used without ptirnllcl fUo aEoinont least to join the band which they had so valor miles long It was stretched ncrosi tho oubIv defended In a moment there was nothing but mouth of tho Susqticiitifm and extended tho distant resounding of hoofs as tho down tho shoro belowllnvro do Orncotor Ono this horses lied far down tho edge of thq little day In tho middle of April 1S37 nf hnd stream In tho distance Tho wolves took lmmciibo netblow been stretched n tcrrlhlo lug nnd for four dayB nnd n back track to the ticcs far back on tho calo liegnn to do nnythlng toit was Ilnenut range and wo saw no moro of nights pulling Imposslblo In as all tho power wnrd tho selno them that night though you may bo suro that ono or the other of us was that could have been put on tho windlasses couldnt havo drnn tho net ngalnst tho tldo awoko until brood daylight San Franthnt tho Ktoi in kept rushing dow n ngnlnst It cisco Examiner Hut no slwul could get past thnt net nnd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE GREATEST CATCH OF SHAD YOUNO MAN HONE3T ditches Ills Uriah Vnunc Nepliow Imitating IKii I am on tho turf now wild a flashy black eyed young man still In his teens tonn acquaintance whom heinctnt tho Uiittcnburg laces I am out for money and everything goes When did you quit your tinclos horh shop nsked tho iwys acquaintance Las week Wjiir8dy IIo llred 1110 out for tiylng to work ono of hisowit gam en Ono of tho fttntilcit rackets you eor heard of and Im just soro enough on the Tho old old man to gUo it dead uwny mnn wos going up Center stieet ono day last summer and ho stopped in n second hand tool shop to oeo u iiicnd Whilo ho was there begot monkeying with nsecnnd Ciuln Jnims BiUlJB IMPORTERS AND RETAILERS OF FINE A Ntranco VUloii empearlel When alio marries on my llfo Sho will mako tho drareit wlfo In tho world Hv vv HEVER FAILS PLEfiShHT TO TAKE uJK irr Wolves B43I and Horses l Dl tijH MDRTAL COMBAT BETWEEN WILD STEEDS AND GRAY PROWLERS Ilia only Certnln and Ullectual Curo for Chills and lover Intermittent Itcmlttc nt llilloui nnil Malarial Icvcr Dumb Aguo Hwamp Fever and nil Diseases originating from a Torpid IJver or Mnlarla Perfectly harmless contains no Arn nlc or ulnlno and can bo clven to the most dollcato person with tcrfect safety A a Tonic for Tired Feeling Ioss of Ap pctlto Headache Nervous Depression nnd ow Spirits originating from Malaria ltstands atono and without Icriiiirr ol Three llitiilcm In Hie lieiuit niniitifulii IlmiKtt nf Jxlii A Thrlllliip FlRlit lo llio leiillillcniilllnl Speclliieux e- 111IC33 J C Roltl 100 Pov Uottlc by pnufgiets generally CO UYJ a Parallel MENDENHALL mix rBorniiroits firAxnriTsTji ina v s a SOLD AND WAUIIANTKD GEOKIcCUBBINS 1 DRY DHAhKR IN GOODS TINWARE Grocorios Notions Jowelery HURDWARE llreeil of llio o of tho quccrcbt things about Novi a and ono Hint Iiuh kept me won- dcrh buia torn v Utiiicra of unreon to anpcamlncr reporter nt tho Ikihhvln arc JiOho wild horses I have lived In A pood deal Ncvnn twenty six year of tint time 1 have been In the Comstock rnngcllmt when not thero mining 1 have lieen UT in tho hilla of Douglas Nye Churcull and Lander counties It V In theso that many bands of wild lii ses roam nt their pleasure both winter tnd aummer In winter tho wild horses Imally seek shelter in tho Flno nut rani of Douglas county ThlsViuenut rango extends for a hundred miles out townrd Utah am Is covered with a thick growth of shrubllo pines which bear a nutritious nut and vhtch givo amplo shelter while affording Uio occlusion which tho wild bands scctt Tho Indians used to llvo on this nut all they do yet to somo extent hut in tho Itllcys below tho pines and growing ntUntcrvals among them is a very nutrltius crass It is on this that tno wua notes live IvnOR MUSTANGS iiiliir SALT Lima and Cement Alio igent furtho Loutarllle Kvcntng STKPHENSrOUT ICY Ioit Tho real mountain wild horso Is a mustang ofilargo size Ills shoulders aro unfitted br tho collar not being so heavy as thoj of tho American horso and lio Is anountain climber scarcely excelled by ip wild goat Every coir from bright bay to Iron white Ind fraysteady rtiningblack can lo found nothing of thocqulno FITS f- I CURE When I ay CnnE I do not mean merely to stop tliem for a time nnd then Imvo thein ro turn again I mean A KADICAL CUlth I have made the dlscuso of FITS EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS to my remedy - AlHclong study I WArmANT lit causo otlicrM mvo Cuiik tho worst cases Iutlcil It no reason for not nowrrcolv ing a cm o bcud nt onco for a trcatiso and n i hkk Hon lu Glvo hxpioa of my lNFAtunifc Hkmedv It costs you nothing for a and loat Ollloo will curo you Address trial and it HC ROOT MlC 183 FtABLST NEWYORK 3 r that something vfc going to happen Ono said it was aVorm urowlnn awav off in tho hills nni e other thought it was an earinquauc All three of us fcrcd forth Into tho darkness Our foulorses grow uneasy and dashed around hd pulled nt their 1 lariats In a mlnuto wo tt tho band cmcrgo from n stretch of pia and como on to- Â¬ ward us Thoy wurdimnlng at a fear- Â¬ ful tato their nostrikvero diluted anil their long manes nndails Hying in the wind Their eyes flul d flro and none of us could undoratiU tho reason of their flight On thoxamo seemingly seeking protection niUashcd right up I to us Wo saw wo wero ttto ground under their heels unless wo dliomctlilng and wo began to shout anilalloo for all wo Al Â¬ woro worm Clonnsoa tho Nasal Possapos tho Soros lays Inflammation Hoala Our horses wero nnitiruo dashing Eostoroa tho Bonsos of Tasto Bmoll and charging nnu it iwm as u every Hoaring instant tnoy would bflk away Wo and A Dairy Mjntory Sotted particle la applied into each nostril nnil grosiicd of our guns anujlrcd over tho A For somo tlino past tho cowa on tho tho horses fethey wero so U airernblr PrlrsCOe nt Urnilt r br heads ranch of S W Collee who lives about pretty that wo didnt wai to kill them Mall KLYHUOTIIK113YrrcnBtNw York Finally jubt nt tho 1st second of flvo miles northeast of Modesto havo time when wo thought b wero to bo been yielding little or no milk In the borno down by tho wllkhrong thoy morning As tho yield at night has E turned nnd dashod down hill luto the not been decreased It was naturally a causo of wonder nnd surprise darkness as to tho causo By this tlnio wo beganj 1Car weird Tho conjectures wero many nnd It was finally In howls and neighing at btamping Tho result wna truly asKvcry onco in a wimojo heard a vestigated whack as though somethllwas hitting tonishing It wus discovered that when Boincthiiig elso with terrllforco com- - tho cowa wero corralled at night and hlneil with louder hpwls p nolso was after they had laid down a bund of Just behind tho spur of plbut trees n Bhoats that fioqucntcd tho barnyard had quarter of a luilo nway continued been In tho habit of oxtracting tho milk louder than ever and twht us con- Â¬ from tho udder Tho parties on watch cluded to push on out and lo what tho saw tho young Bwine nbout midnight cautiously approach tho cows and com Passenger Mall and Express Boats rumpus was juugoor our surprise vn wo eco menco sucking with a confldcnco nnd three old stalllona surrouutllbr a Hack zest that denoted familiarity with tho For nil way Undlngi between toutiTlll nd of big mountain wolvesandtklne and work This story although Blngular Is Hendenon the elegant end fleet iteatoeri Doo biting for all thoy wero woifl Throo or vouched for by N V Howell JAMES aUTHUIK four of tho wolves had ftn pcnt to says tho shoataln question will squnl and TKL1 OITY grass their ribs broken and babied In wlilne after tho cows an persistently nnd CITY or 0WKN8U0U0 naturally as though thoy wero calling other ways their mothers Modesto Cal News One of the eboTO line ildewbeel iteamen pan a nencu COMOAT up and dewn dally Bplondid aooouiinodatloni Around tho stallions wcho nblo Wlmt Is Written Staj fdr itoek txxllcd wolycs snapping nuirowllng and ITS Fourth itrect It U bald that all tho uownriapors In Rusaln Oeneral offlee and showing their long wll vicious this uuviuKr teeth Their eyes gleamed kcdlyin aro really edited by tho czar liin j la prob tho fact that WiWUITEiPrelt tho darkness Tho sldo of A of tho ably accounts for churglng up italri Rusln TaHtiy Supt D I out of nobody ever coinve horses was bitton and blccdin Tho horses Btooa uimost ntito head broatli bouncing Into tho oillco with a big mvj demanding tho namo of tho inau heads club When jou want lo t o flno tablo buy and planted ten llio blows on who wroto a certain artlclo reflecting on the bodies or tho wolves your qucenaware ulasawaro nnil cutlery nndEvcrv onco in a while lf do- - Musical union or tho chairman of tho rcllof where you will always wrllied a iinrabola In tho air was a commlttoo Hes nfrald ho might havo to go 1 HoMukc of Jno ceno long to bo remembered It thero all tho way to Hlbcrla to lad liliu llunlotte find the latwt and moat complelu itock Id lnjl0 Jtecn crisp jdght air of iinoun- - In Uruoklyi Itnjjlo tbe city breed can oqtll him Tho racers which run on our triks would outrun him for a couplo of mis perhaps but thoy liavo not tno stayig qualities or tno wnu ones I nm lust 1 from tho Tlncnut ranco I went over tlVd hunting deer in company with WllBni McKcndreo nnd John Thurston of Pfcho Wo fell afoul of a band of about Ivcnty wild horses that dashed into ounpamp and liked to havo mado us walk tiro than 100 miles It was nbout 10 dlock and wo had just i turnca in Our camp o was yet brightly blazinc and I ard n roar off to tho northwest llko tl tread of an advancing army Wo word n tho northwest tilde of tho ranee and hero was a steady in rllno light dowr jto us for ft couplo of miles I gazed it into thodlmlicht but could sco nfilng as tho llro into which I had provhsly been looking nnd thinking bluncd V eyes Tho roar conuned and I called to Thurston nnd MclVtdrco to get up nnd Â¬ gient many strnngo nnd decidedly rcmai knblo ovcuts havo transplt ed In and nbout the famous old Moiinon town and many occurrences to this day unex- Â¬ plained havo becomo matter of history Possibly ono of tho tnobt leiunrkublo In stanees of mind rending tlmt has over come to the knowledge of tho people hero was related by Jutlgo George Edmunds a prominent attorney of this stnte who now has his residence at Ctuthago tho county seat of Hancock county Judge Edmunds was a resident of Nnuvoo during the Mormon era nnd was well known Pos Â¬ to Joseph Smith ami his npostlcs sibly no other man Is better Informed on Mormon history than Judge Edmunds At thnt time as yet tho judgo owns several extensivo farm In Sonora town Â¬ ship near Nnuvoo They aio operated entirely by trusted overseers Immense quantities of hay aro grown nnd shipped by river to southern points Ono summer not many years ago Judgo Edmunds was hastily summoned to Now York city At tho tlino his men wero baling hay and storing it In ahugo warehouse near tho river bank Henry Bonner for many yeaisn faithful emTho ploye was supervising tho work judgo proceeded on Ids journey trans acted fiis business and was en route home lie was bitting In a parlor enr tho afternoon nfter leaving Now York Gradually ho fell into u pleasant little nap but soon awakened lio looked out of tho carrlugo window but noticed something peculiar on tho double win dow pane It was a picturo of his hay farm in Sonora township nnd tho huge barn on tho river bank Looking closer ho saw men nnd teams nt work bal ing and storing hay In an instant ono corner of tho huge building gavo wny crushing in with a distinct bound Tho judgo was much Btai tied but the picturo then vanished nclloving thnt ho had been dreaming he gavo little thought to tho occurrence noted tho hour when he had seen the viblon in tho glass Arilving homo ho was met by Mr Denner who said nothing Judgo Edmunds asked him how thiugs wero on tho farm and received tho leply that they wero all right ex Â¬ cept that ono corner of tho big hay barn had crushed in Upon comparison It was found thnt tho accident oceuncd nt the precise time and in the exact manner depicted in tho vision In tho car window hundreds of miles away Judge Edmunds docs not pretend to explain this singular incident As to tho truth Df this btory no ono who knows tho judgo will for an instant doubt it Nau voo Ills Cor St Louis A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Globe-Demo-r- Men Tlrcrit Reform 1 CATARRF COLPpgun TrythoCurom Elys Cream Balm Dress reform for men would lx n good ry to take up for thero 4 no doubt that tho tables could bo turned on tho men on tho question of summer clothing Tho weight of a mans clothing in summer Is grenter than that of a woman This was decided somo timo ngo by tho actual weighing of clothing nnd tho womans weighed three pounds nnd nino ounces whilo tho man s weighed eight jiounds and ten ounces Tho editor of a ccitain IMijslcIuiu Codo of Ethics dally newspaper cries out in distress A Is a remark Â¬ Tho physicians codo tailor who is ingenious enough to invent able thing I consulted of ethics day n w ell tho a Bchcmo for summer clothing for men known St Louis specialist In other and lung throat which will leavo out tho starclied Bhirt a man w ho Is famous and still bo neat and becoming will diseases original Investigation In tho country Chatting with for merit tho praise of many sufferers and htmbis after my business was disposed of ho ought to muko n fortune Women aro tho envy of men In hot casually mentioned a discovery ho had made which weather on account of tho lightners and a year Ixforo by of men ho was nblo to curo coolncbs of their clothing Tho greatest tho falsetto volco Ithought It was Incurable said I anathema is directed against tho cotton Tho curo Is n mcro Oh no ho said shiit and now that It is somewhat the 6tylo to wear a woolen shirt in summer matter of training a certain ldlo throat musclo work You for undress comfort thcio Is plenty of to do Ita properand young B know Air Blank I showed them nnd Mr bash evidence that tho woolen garment Is nro In ten minutes how to curo tho fenedto tho cotton A correspondent and after a weeks cxcrcLso thoy falsetto volco nil camo back writes J or over twenty years I have worn tho ordinary loose llnunel shirts to mo talking In full manly barltono and for comfort nnd health linen dicky col- bass voicesIs not generally known that you But It lar and cults for weuk minded concesWhy dont havo discovered this I said sion to apiicarunces nnd never an undershirt Sumo in winter as in summer you write something about Itf I cant afford to nntogo Well he said Results nover a serious cold or illness and ability to do a ten inllo nvcrago walk ulzo tho profession ns 1 should do If 1 adver Â¬ Tho protest tised that I could do something other phydaily tho year round against cotton clothing for men has sicians could not do St Louis taken sclcntilln foim In tho hands of Dr Jaegar and a considerable revolution Intentions for Iliichelnrs hns set In toward woolen clothing in Thero cccint to bo convincing ovldcnco thnt placo of It Good Housekeeping a wntchful Providence takes enro of that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ when nn tho fourth day tho wind changed and blow up tho bay nnd tho windlasses wero put to work hauflng In tho sclnc It lio caino evident at onco that It was burdened w Ith such a collection of shad as had never got together In ono net before In thobo days tho farmers of lower Lan caster nnd Chester counties used to go nil tho way down to Stumps fishery with wngons to fetch back shad w hlch they peddled m ound tho country and also salted down In largo quantities for w Inter uso Tho news that tho big selno nt Ilnvro do Ornco had been staked by tho gnlo spread through tho region nnd on tho day tho llshcruicu began to haul it In thero wero hundreds of wagons lining tho shores waiting for what tho fanners felt would lio nn nmazlng haul out of which they could got their supplies of shad nt a very low price Usually they had paid from to fhh Whon fii a hundred for tho catch began tho first Installments of tho big to como In Cnpt Stump sold tho shod thousand nftcr thousand for t n hundred but ns tho mountains of flhh begnn to accumulato on tho shores lio was glad to glvo them nway by tho wagon load to all who would como and tuko them olf his hands lio sent messengers out through nil tho surrounding counties notlfj Ing tho farmers of tho sltuntlon and soliciting them to como and cart tho fish nwny Tho wholo agricultural area of Cecil nnd other counties was fertilized that year w 1th loads of ns flno shad as over enmo out of water Besides tho shad thero wero herring rock fish nnd sen bass by tho ton Tho lowest cstlmnto that was mado of tho number of shad that w ero taken In thnt great haul has placed It nt 15000000 It doesnt seem so long ngo whon that hnul was mnde nnd yet today thero aro no shad caught on thnt shore Thero is no shad fish ing in tho Susquehanna nbovo Columbia any moro lo sjicnk of Tho dam across tho river at this place built to carry tho Pennsylvania canal ncross to tho York county side de stroyed tho fisheries nbovo It fifty years and moro ngo ns tho shad could not get nbovo it After years of effort on tho part of tho pooplo living along tho river nbovo Columbia n llsh way was built In tho dam a fow years ngo but as seines aro spread across tho dam Just nbovo tho flshwny ns soon as shad begin to run in tlio spring and aro kept thero all through tho season tho dam might Just at well havo been left as It was for It Is very fow shad Indeed that run tho gauntlet of the seines and glvo tho pooplo nbovo Columbia f chanco at them I can remember when there was n prosperous shad fishery ovcry mllo oi so along tho river from Columbia almost to tho Now York stnto lino 1XX miles nbovo the Tlio average mouth of tho Susquehanna catch of theso fisheries was not less than 200 a day Somo of tho upjwr fisheries wero ro garded ns not doing well If thoy did not yield 1000 per day An nvcrago season would give at least fifty ikhing days Thero wero at least 150 fisheries so that beforo tho Columbia dam nnd other dams that tho state canal required In tho Susquehanna wero built tbe pooplo nlong tho stream in this stnto wero during two months in tho year ablo to take 1500000 shad which wero worth to them 175000 Such a thing as a shad Is not known In tho upper Susquehanna region today and nover will bo ngaiu until tho antiquated and comparatively useless canal dams nro torn out Columbia Pa Cor Now York Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hand signal hot It wni rt little cast Iron thing with the wonl police on the front nnd a brass butou on tho top When ho pressed tho button it set n lot of clockwork going in tho box and made ns much nolso ns an alarm elo dt He was stuck on tho thing mid Unight It for a half I nsked him what ho wns going to do with it and ho said ho would slick it up on tho wall nnd ring it if nny touglis tiled to make trouble in the shop Well thats just what ho did with it Ho set owed it up in plain sight Miitid tho counter nnd fastened wiles to It to mako it look us If they went somen here Then he took sonic blonde paint nnd touched up tho letters so that nolxnly could make nny mistake in leading them I dont belieto ho thought of whit n great graft the 1mx whs until ho had it up obout u week Then ho nuido it use ful for the Unit time A young fellow came In with n dress coat wrapped up in tMicwKiMper nnd wanted fho cases on it Lucle Jdiitis held tho coat up nnd sized It up with tho fellow that was trying to conk it The coat wns big enough for two like him and tho old man says Dots n nice coat Ees id your own Iletcher Hie says tho young feller Vnlt till I call my bruiler says the old mnn nnd ho turned and Jammed the huttim down hard on tho signal box The young feller just gnvo one glanco at the 1h and he shot out of tho door nnd left the coat liehind Ilj aint been seen around thcio since Alter that tho old mnn giio mo to undcistand I was to como along kinder slow nny timo when ho mug tho mix so tlmt if people didnt scaie thoy would take it that tho call wus for me nnd then ho would consult mo about tho goods that wero olFeied Ho worked tho call on a mnn with n gold watch next day nnd tho mnn snatched tho watch out of his hand and skipped After that he was inoio careful nnd when n crook came in with u ling a day or two later ho laid the ling down out of l each and touched the button saj Ing that ho would call his son nnd get his opinion nbout tho stone Tho cioolc looked nt tho call Ux and ran his eye nlong the wires which nm toward tho fiont of the shop Then he began to swear nnd made a jump for tlio side door Next day n nice looking follow came In nnd desciibcd tho ling and said that it was stolen fioiu him nnd that he had comeied the man who stole it iiiul learned wheic It was All light I vill send for It sny a the old man mid then he touched tholJutton Â¬ I Â¬ NOTIONS 109 Ml C Main St 0WENSB0R0 iY See wli at we are giving away One of those Tickets giicn with eicry dollars worth ol gnnils chase for CASH S Tickets glics ynunSllicr Plated Pugnr Shell wnrlli III Tirkitagltea you a Butter Knife wcrtli 12 Tickets give you n new stylo Laro Pin worth 25 Tickets glica yon a act or linger Trapoon worth 15 Tliketa glvca you a act of ltogcrs Knhen worth 15 Tickets give you n act of Hogirt Fork north 50 Ticket give you a ret of ltogcrs Tnldruun worth 100 Tickets glc you an elegant Walnut Bight Bay Clock Plentc como and see the goodp nnd slinw this Ticket to your We give the choke of unythiitg in our well nssirted Jewelry ment -- yrti pur Â¬ An I2i TS 1 60 1 on 3 75 1 75 6 00 friend Dopnrt- - JOHN ZEPsixloz Bed Room ROOK CAIIItlBS TUB LAIMLST ASSOKTMBKT Mil 1ABBT ill iitiJffiiSffi vrwffL JiS - lit Very Low again1 - miLwamugmmm u wMemse will como In ngain In n half an hour says tho nice looking young feller skips out the door Did ho come and Of every Description nsmraffiiuiLto i u Â¬ back Well tho old mnn worked Nnw tho new snap ccrv chanco he got but bouietlmes he got fooled nnd thou I had to come to tho float mid bo consulted nlwayanskliii Did ou ring siir One day when the old man was out to dinner a feller como in with u stud It was n real bug and I wonted to win It So 1 sprung tho cull box on htm IIo shot out of the side door and I dropped tho ring in my jioclcet Two minutes later tin uncle put hit hand on my shoulder nnd two big tears ran down his noso as he told mo thnt ho wus soiry that he had found out that I was no honest He gavo mo a calking old lcctuioon honesty being the best policy und told mo that ho had been watching me fioiu tho back part of the shop und seen mo git the chciiulno tiniuout I had to givo it up to hiin and ho is wonting it now whilo I am on my uppers Oh es ho Ihcd me yust ns soon as ho found I vubnt honYou go up thero to morrow and est sco If he dont ring tho lox on you and try to bluff you out of your watch Then Now York Sun asK him nbout me Â¬ The Latent nnd Mont Improved Stvlo of ltefrigcrntcra I carry the Litest and Prettiest do ltcinemhcr this algna In Chamber Lounge at prlcco thnt will aatunlah you All goods sold cheaper than any other houso In tho Irccn lttvcr Region IVo 11 TVIiiin JNO REINHHRBT Street Owcnsboro ley tl The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City Rates 250 to 400 Por Day According to Rooms 6yTurkish anil Russian Baths in Hotel LOUISVILLE KY BRYANT Jlimk It STRATTQiM BUSINESS j I I3O hyWWIW 11 Golleg I lCrrlnf Mmrt Jtniiil Trefrniif C rltv fur Vatutoyue and full Information If 7lhlMkn V Uses of Old Shoe Packet Line Â¬ Â¬ class of men who rcfuso to experiment as to whether marrlago Is a failure or not namely tho bachelors Ills buttouless con- Â¬ dition that was tho themo for humorists a fow short years buck Is made unnecessary by tho Introduction of buttonholes and studs and his Ingenuity has guided him to regard a small nail as tho most satisfactory fasten ing for a suspender And now lot and bo bold f ho need uo moro lament tho loss of spiral studs for a genius among tho un wedded has discovered that nothing looks neater Is inoio convenient or chonor to sup Â¬ ply their loss than tho ordinary round topped paper fastener Tho llttlo points of tho jxincr fabtcnor aio pressed through tho oyelot clenched on tho under sldo and no ono but aa oxpert can tell them from tho most costly Etruscan gold Jowelry Now York Star Â¬ An American who bus lieen traveling In Europo thus describes tho iiiditstiinl uses of old lioots nnd shoes which nre thrown out Into tho stieets nnd into ash pitsi After being collected tttey are ripped open and tho leather is subjected to n treatment which renders It a pliable mass from which a kind of artistic leather Is dei i veil This in appearance resembles tho best leather of Cordova In tho United States patterns nre stumped on this whilo in Franco it is iibcd to cover trunks and boxes Tho old lioots and shoes nro also treated in another way by which they aio converted into new ones Tho piisoncrs in Central Franco aro employed In tlil way tho old shoes coming chlclly from Spain They nro taken to pieces ns bc foie the nulls being till removed nnd the leather is soaked In order to soften it Tho uppers for childrens shoes nro then cut from it Tho soles nro also used for from tho smaller pieces of tho leather of tho old soles tho so called I3uis XIV heels for ladles shoes aio made fiom tho laiger nnd thinner pieces Tho old nails aro also put to use for by means of mug nets tho iron nails ami tho tacks nnd brads are bonaratod and sold Tho contractors of tho military orisons at Mont poller sny that thesu nails nlono pay for tho old shoes Nothing now icmaiiis but tho scraps and theso havo also their value for thcyoio much sought after by ccitain specialists for agricultural pur posco New York Mall and Express Â¬ B A3STTEE CHICKEN Cholera Cure i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tWLmmWSKSmmmi mtlAnoWmm Â¬ Dues Suicide In New York a dog committed suicide Tho owner by jumping olf a foiryboat satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken nu old woman asked a policeman to do Cholera return it to the undersigned him at tho dock until slio got aboard and your money will be refunded but as soon as tho bout started tho dog jumped for tho deck and by n great R A ROBINSON CO cflort succeeded In pulling himself on board Then ho ran through the womens WnniKSiiK Aiiunt Louisvillo Ky cabin with his uoso to tho floor and found his mistt ess on tho forward deck Ills stumpy tail bobbed eo fust that it was almost Invisible nnd If a dog over Dont MUo Them I hare ruld out my furnlturo hualnca In Mr Tlio old woman was J L Miller and want to cloto up Ml my outTlio parent of Tommy nnd Edith being laughed ho did Bho scolded him as though ho standing ncooiint Thnao IndoMcd toinoolther Bohemians tho children aro naturally not up angry In certain social usages Tho other day Tom Â¬ hud been stealing meat and his tail ky note or account will pleaae call and aotllo as I Please call at gradually stopped wagging whilo his inuat cloio up my hualneaa my said to his slsteri Thanking the public for their very head sank lower nnd lower Ho walked once Edith what U ft patroncssl1 nlowly forward until ho was on tho edgo generoue and liberal palronago extonded to mo A patroness Tommy Bald the girl with Iratefully kn air of superior knowledge i a lady who of tho deck mid looked mournfully whilo In buslneft I urn M 1IAMMAN tcrosH tho water llu was tho picturo oi patronizes people dog despair Suddenly ho gavo n bound Oh yos I kuow em said Tommy And his nlr seemed to tndlcuto that ho fur out Into tho liver and In a moment lie foiryboat had potsed over Jilui didnt llko cm Tho Bohemian Instinct I Ilnclnnatl Enquirer Button Transcript hereditary Aver Ague Cure i eter alls in nnitrn llzn thn poliom of malaria and oradicala It says In tho paper1 quoto Mrs them from Iho yatoni This prcparnllnri Sprlgglns that thoy aro pushing tho li purely vegetable contains nn harmful Pouglikecpaio brldgo very hard I Bup Inzrwlienii nnd i taken according to di Â¬ pono thoy want to boo if it is real good rections Is warranted to euro fever nnd CINCINNATI OHIO Harporu Bazar Try it ague und strong A of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined Hut the discovery of a remedy that positivtly cutis it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Thousands VJ 1 Bflr - VI vEmmmmwmwmmt tor iKMtaTA WL1IY1D -- yrcn AU TOBACCO Jt A I yZ Ikfl SCOTTS EMULSION flF PURE COD LIVER OIL dlienlaea that It caw be takta ilmUUd br th moil slomacli yaw the p sSltlvebeand by the tolemtedl cannot of the oil blntlon much morewith the bypaphe aicmeloi phltea la Bo J M Notice Â¬ akti HYPOPHOSPHITES Almost as Palatabloas MUJc ti 3S 1 n eu Arand Schuermeyer apoctps Heyker a iuh prodHef BHUikallo Fenem eala rapidly nbll talhy K SCOTTS EMTJIgSION Is acVnowledgadVy riiyoiolans to be tm Finest and Bast pwp ration in tlio world Mr tho relief and ohm oC u iv tCROPULA CONSUMPTION DBBILITY WAtTINO GEHERA DISIAtKB CMAOIATimi M Wasting In ChUdrtn COLDS and CHRONIC CCMMHt mdy Th arwt remedv for OonnmmH ly vM JDntffWr J v - xt BRjtfeENRIDGE NEWS INKSIAY Natural Irntitfli gn lms been found nt Mut- - HARDINSDURG DEPARTMENT BRANDENBURG Miss field STEPHENSPORT In TTNPflECEDENTED Ky AtGlST 7 1889 JNODBADDAQE Wo fed very much belter llinn About thin tlmo Inst November v wo did uiiwiiiAur IMUor liiu Ileriidon Is vlsltng Lltah IiM lxpress Mixed I I VI locitl Time Curd Unit West Unit Malt and Kxprost going Knit - Wot Wot 1018 Am 1105 nm m 01 1 IHmociuts of Drockonridgc ynu did God bless you nnd your duly nobly herns n licarly sbnke to every one of you hns applied for membership In tho Commercial Club ol Louisville The club Is undecided ns to whether slio ahnll be admitted A UHY A fc E II Uj manu- Â¬ IIaciikiok facturers of tho celebrated liutcliclnr IjooIh nnd shoes havo fulled tit Iloston for more thnn 000000 1 9 M 1221 B20 pm nm nm Get the news ami get all the new ami Fiom Dana nothing but the news Celebrated Maxims in Journalism A beautiful nml glowing little city of 2000 Inhabitants sltuntod on tho Olilo rltcr 110 mllci from Ioularlllo by water uml 73 miles by rail The lirgcst town In tbo county of Drcckonrldgo with n population of oior 20000 to oiiit umrsiMMtiTs t lticriirt Kentucky Area 350acros nml 1000 acre more nvnllnblo for munufaeturlug files cutrlJo city limits She hat onobink one newspaper a comtner elal clubj rlx churches free high ichool Hour log mill planing mill and not mill two ox telephone and preS companies telegraph proposed water works natural gar loir taxes and liberal Inducements to lunnufuctorlcij brick yards tho even tobacco warehouses host canncl and bituminous can I a phalt and an lacxhaustlblo supply of the finest plate glass sand In the world Poplar and white oak timber In abundacco and Hunted to our doors by Clover Canncl coal nnd creek and Sinking creek timber lands reached by coal road eight miles Lib Ileal estate low and rents cheap long Fine cril Inducements to Manufactories glass factories opening fur woolen mills pottory wsgon factory furniture factory or Situ any kind of manufacturing enterprises ntlon high dry nnd healthful oor and wo nro chid of Now let us all eel down to liusinesj and boom our town and county Tho boom Is coming nnd we had jut ns well tfet ready or it Ill K election h it of Mon Â¬ that tho Irand Old Republican party lms not pros Â¬ pered under its new leadership of Wm Smith nnd Win Alii It days election would seem Irom tho result in this county days ago the Treasurer of the United States teccipted to Ms predecessor for nbout 700 000 000 This great ruin of money now lies idlo In tho t easury vaults and should awaken the people tj n reali- Â¬ zation ol the wrongs they siiffrr under the high tariff robbery A iiw jiiUUNim Lowery of Mississippi has succeeded in gettiig hold of Slugger John Mr Sullivan Is in charge ol Sullivan Mississippi autboiities and regards his capture as more of a joke thnn anything else but he will doubtless bo given the full benefit of the law has received his appoint Â¬ ment ns U S District Attorney for Ken lucky Democrats and Republicans in this county njoico alike in Mr Jollys ap Â¬ pointment He is a Ilreckenridge boy self mndo and worthy of the great rust be Â¬ stowal upon him Ureckenridge sends greetings to another of her noble sous Mu August Allmond Secretary of the Stuto League of Commercial Clubs nnd Muhlein President of the Louisville Club hnvo been on a tour of theStnte for the pur poso of enlisting themeport of all theClubs in getting through the next Legislature an immigration bill The object is to place Kentucky on mi equal footirg with other States by placing an agent at Castle Gar Â¬ den NcwVork lo show up her ad vantages fito JottY wfff VICTOIIV - ft Tho returns from the election conic in skly bat there is enouitb before us to wiwrnnt the conclusion that tha ticct is wifu and that victory is ours It is quite a pleasant rellectron It is nn event which will in pire fresh cournce and renewed Too much praise cutmot bo given Capt hopes to thu Democracy nil aloni the Hue A J Gross for the nolle work he did in For tho last two contest for the Legisla Â¬ this ennvoss he worked night nnd day ture nnd State Senate the Democrats were ttinl secured one of the most perfect orseverely defeated A little tobuke coup- Â¬ ganizations the party has ever had in the led with a bit of sound advice has done county and it had its effect The boys in the party cooil It strengthened organi Â¬ the trenches were all enthused nnd had on zation and put in fine workiuc order the their working clothes There is no better whole of our party machinery This was organizer in the Statu than Capt Gross n Important rIenionl nil thnt was needed to give the ndinlntble nnd when he turns himself loos- - ns he did Of thu success of Hoods Sarsaparilla is results achieved on lust Mondny in this nice ynu bet victory is the result the fast that every purchaser receives n That our county is airly Democratic we The fami- Â¬ fair equivalent for his monry havo nlwnj s contended There is no bet- Â¬ IHiiruckw CiiiiH lie Cured 100 Doses One Dollar liar headline ter evidence of it thnn is shown by tho race just closed Iloih sides wero repre Â¬ by local npp ication ns they cannot reach stolen by imitntorp is original with and This can sented by caudidutcs strictly partisan in the diseased portion of the enr There is true only Hoods Sarsaparilla only one wny to cure deafness and that easily be proven by any one who desres their tundiim and whole make up The Deafness to tetit the matter For real economy buy men were chosen by the respective parlies is by constitutional remedies Sold by all by reason of their views upon public ques- Â¬ is caused by an inflamed condition of the only Hoodn Sarsaparilla Tube druggists tions After n full nnd fair hand to hand mucus lining of the Eustachian tilt tho Democrats win lhey cun alvvtijs When this tube gets infhmied you have a rumbling sound or imperfect heuring and wm when they net dovn to the actual GUSTON business of a campaign Kentucky is when it is entirely closed Denfness is the It is reported that there are some five or known the world over for her sound Dem Â¬ result nnd unlets tho inflamution can be ocracy Dreckeiiridue county being u taken out nnd this tube restored to its nor- Â¬ six casus of measles in the neighborhood mal condition hearing will be destroyed small fraction of the old Commouwculth Gustoii is still on the railroad in fact wheels iuto line with n majority that will forever nine cases out of ten nre caused the Li St L and T runs right through Hwell the figures on a final count She in by catanh which is nothing but an i II im her cd condition of the mucus surfaces now in fighting trim Protracted meeting nt Bethel this week Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for In this contest we but prove the way to also one nt Puck Grove Hope thnt much any case of Deafness caused by cntarrh victory next summer when all the oflicers good may be accomplished at each place will bo on hand for u re election We that we cannot euro by taking Halls Ca Â¬ Several parties in this community have settle the question about mnjiriiies It tarrh Cure Send for circulars free threshed their wheat The yield is light F J Ciikxxv Co Toledo O puts i clincher on the reports heretofore but the quality very good Mr Thomas gone abroad that the county stood close Thu Value or Local Iaper Anderson we believe delivered tho first It is not close There uro enough Demo- Â¬ Every honest reflecting mind knows new wheat to Guston crats oling from principal nlono to carry thnt the local newspaper adds much lo the While tho wheat crop was light other the day Our only trouble heretofore has geneml wealth and prosperity of the phico crops aro excellent oats nre good tho been to get tho proper interest manifested as well as increase iho reputation of the grass crop rarely over better and the pros Â¬ With thut love nnd appreciation of tho town abroad It benefits nil who have pect for corn is fine Tobacco is in an Democratic parlys success which finds business in the phico enhances the value average condition and wo guess the crop lodgment in the heurts of so muny of the of property besides being a public con is ubcut a Uo thirds one for this section people of thu county it is idlo talk for a vouienco It increases trade it cautions Mr Jus Smiths little boy Pete got his Republican to lay claim upon it Stores against imposition it saves you from loss ol men lojul and true at nil limes stand it warnes you of danger arm broken Sunday the 2 it Dr Ander- Â¬ it points olt di ready to go to buttle for principle son set his arm but since Mr Smith has And ferent advantages nnd increases your hud Dr Will Dugnn of Louisvillo to cx it is to Bustain a principle that we cast our profits Now if you want tuch a paper votes against tho Republicans For long you must support it by advertising your nmine tho wouud and we hope ho will years they have fought to catch lb ears of business in it asiUt in increasing Its cir- Â¬ soon bo well thinking men but their reasoning has Mim Mary Anderson who taught tho culation by getting your neighbor to sub Â¬ been but little short of demuguguery All scribe with you for it If you want such a sprirg school in the Andersonville Dis- Â¬ tho arguments jut forth in this campaign pnper you must not consider it as an net trict gave such general satisfaction that havo been but u rehash of their also doc- Â¬ ol charily to support it but as a means tj she hns been employed to tench the fall Mr lilunfofil and trine uud promises Miss Mary is quite an tillable ludy increase your own woalth as well an that of term Mr Coke huvo been met with statements and deserves the hearty co operation of tho place in which you live therefore which they support it by ndvertiriig and subscribing from Democratic speakers not only tho trustees but tho patrons of successfully refute could not the entire district this helps to muko a and paying for it Jessamiuo Journal Tho defalcation of Tate out of which good school Did ynu know it they hoped to make capital and many SHILOH Wo notice in n newspaper of quito re- Â¬ They harped votes fell to the ground Ciops are looking well cent date that the scarcitv of flies in some upon it to such an extent that tho whole Health of tho community good localities is due to the fact that they havo question was worn threadbaro many weeks Preaching at Shiloh every Second Sun III 000 000 pounds of buttor in No York D mocials understand the situation go This may or may not be true so far ns we day and tho crime of ono man could not be Mr John Hollius has been on tho sick know one thing however we do know brought ugainat tho entire parly if they havent enough flies in New York list As in tho lurid Mr Worthnm proved for their butter if thoy will come here Measles have again mndo their appear altogether too much fur his opponent in this vicinage will furbish them a dozen or unco In this ucigtibnrhood handling that suljett The truth is every Yellow Hank wns two feel higher lust so provided they will catch them foot of ground wus contested in this strug Â¬ Last Tuesday as two of Mr Jake Cow- Â¬ gle and there is a valuable les on to bo Sunday than ever known before Why is it thut wo cant have n Sunday leys daughters wero returning from the ho victory Is grand learned from it school I Now let us all begin in earnest show at Brandenburg they accidentally Democrats nrc jubilant and old Drecken Mr Hill Wheeler lost a fine steer sup Â¬ ran over a Btump upsetting the buggy ridge is tafo So heres a lookiu at you and throwing them out at which the horse Mr Worthnm nnd jou Tice you havo posed lo halo beau lightning that killed took fright took to tho woods aud soon ex made n grand fight Hoys get rendy for him There hns been so much rain thnt far Â¬ tricated himself from the buggy fortunate- Â¬ 1890 mers ore scared up about their oats and ly doing no harm except to lilmsolf and tho buggy The horse was skinned up a Tviiioni fever bus broken out in L Itch wheat Misses Lulu Clara and Lillie Fuel lor little the buggy was badly disfigured but field There ore ten or twelve caies in the twn and several persons are dangerously of Louisville are visiting Mr nnd Mrs neither of the girls wero hurt I Jakk ill Squire W T Hunter who moved Julius Dulachke Mr Hen Singleton of Meade county over there lust uprlng from McDnuiels paid Miss Allio Cart a flying visit hut lliickloiia Arnlcu Naive this county is reported in a very precari- Â¬ second Sunday Come again Hen Tho best salve in tho world for cuts ous condition Mrs Caryann Shellman died at her bruises sores ulcers salt rheum over dome luesday July lOih she was nearly ores tetter chanpod hands chilblains eighty years old Uoxrsr Hox George W McAdama one of tho corns and all skin eruptions and positive- Â¬ ly cures Piles or pay la oldest and moit respected citizens of roit Alalurla iiulliillmi ami guaranteed to givonoperfect required It or iiiuon satisfaction Weakuuu Hancock coinly died ut Ilowesvillu last lljllousneiu take monoy refunded Price 25 cents per box Thuriday Uo wm seventy three years of IIIIOWNH IHON IIITTKHH For sale by O V Hhort Olovernort Ky II cures quickly For uilo by all ileulc s In and J A Wilt Ilardiniburg Ky tuotticluo UVI iho ifcnuliw Â¬ There wero n number ol fights Hurrah for the Democratic ticket Mr Win Vessels wns nt houin last Mon day It wns n stormy election day nt Hardins burg Mr Ell Dean has been In the city nover ul days Miss Kiln Guodson wns the guest of Miss Tula Daniel last week Mim Dixio Davis of Shreve Ohio county is visiting Miss Kntio rate Mr Henry Horned h is n contract for n mile or two of grading on tho L II fc W Mr Mary K Ilabenccker of Louisville Mr John Ky is visiting her brother Hoben About n dozen wagans and trains passed through here last week to work on tho rail- Â¬ road The Teachers Institute will msnt hore Mr J II Sencrest o Henry August county will preside John Monarch met Mr Coke on tho stump at several duces last week and did some good work for Democracy 1 be negro Leslie thai broke Jul last week went thoiugh Gcrmnntown nnd broko He got no Into Will Hardins store money John Mnredock swore out n wnrrnut of arrest against two negroes nt Gir6eld for Squire Charles M it abusive language tingly fined one of them 7 60 nnd costs The members of the Baptist church will give nn ice cream supper during the Teachers Institute the receipts to go to buy a carpet for their church brought Mr Marlow of Stephensport over last Friday Wm Witrick the fleeing jail bird nnd turned him over to jiiler Iate Witrick was taking it a foot on the L Si L k T rond when picked up by t10 ollhcr Mr Stephen A Divis who wis ul be- Â¬ fore Judge AdkisHon last week chirged with stealing a sad lie from Mi Stephen Kenndys son was dscharged tho evi- Â¬ dence not being sullicient to authorize u conviction A Mr Wheat ley claiming to be n dis- Â¬ tiller and residing nt West Viev is annoy Â¬ ing the good ritzens of that village coi sidernbly by silling whiskey by tint quirt to any and nil that call for it at his resi- Â¬ Air Wheutley claims to own a dence partnership in a distillery pituated in Gray eon County and persists in his right to sell at West View under the law Wo are not advised as to the law in the case but if the Legislature has made it leza for two or more persons interested in one distillery to sell whisky at their resiliences wherever they may be it is n very wild piece of leg- Â¬ islation Our opinion is that Mr Wheatley hud better act the part of a prudent rapn and quit the business while times arc goo J Â¬ Misses Sullic and Mnry Pusey returned homo Tuesday Mr Stuart Owlngs spent a few days hero last week Miss Kiln Duvul of Hlg Siring is A CLEAN SWEEP Democrats Carry the Day All Along the Line WORTHAM AND JOLLY ELECTED BY lih HANDSOME JORITIES MA- Â¬ Republicans Routod Scattorotl and Not Enough Loft to Toll ing Mlrstuln Matin Mrs Julia Itelmnii returned Saturday night from Kalamazoo Mich Messrs John nnd Marvn Shrewsburys mother is snld to be quito ill Mirs Hester Wrolfolk is visiting Miss Annio Pusey in Jifluron county Mrs Marin Sunders Ilullilt county Isl vmiiiug m mr Aionzo Aioromon m Mr A C Lewis Loulsxlllo spent last wenk with his brother J V Lewis Monde County Contrul las Company struck another good well lost week Mr Uluford Uaskutt Memphis Term in visiting his brother William Uiskett Miss Mnry Owings Wolf Creek is visit- Â¬ ing Mr Iko Owings nt Sulphur Springs Mr Hoone Kelly Louisville was tho guest of Mr Mason McMonlgal Sunday Mrs James Smith Fair Play Cal is hero visiting her sister Mrs It II Nevit Miss Alico Frankol of Louisville ia Btopping ut Mr II W Gonghs for a while Mrs vlat Grny Clemy Shiruly nnd Mm Garblg Louisville aro visiting nt Mrs H tho Talo Tim Mule lurKcl C ItawlingH Democratic Mr Gabriel Dupln lust n child last week from measles and Mr Geo Thomns ono from dropsy Saturday t A protruded meeting is being conducted nt Ileech Grove by Rev Judson Willett assisted by Rev Hen IJagnu The IlranJcnbutg Mfg Company will soon begiu boring nnothcr well in town The rig is up nn I rendy for work Misses Laura Summers Annie Sylings and Mr Matt Wilson Uullitt county are visiting Miss Georgio Moremen Dr Henry Pusey of Louisvillo enmo down lust week to see Mrs Dr I C Pusey Mis Pusevs condition is said to be better Miss Lillie McGlotMan Irviiigt m re Â¬ turned home Snurday nccompatucd by Miss Annie Fotitnino to pjiid n few weeks Messrs Lawrence La via and Proctor K Mnlin Louisville wero down again Sun Â¬ day losee their mothers Nothing like it boys Meade County Central Gas Company hns sild her gas to the Rock Gas Com- Â¬ pany for two nnd one half cents The InU TRKIHlIIKIt Centrals ttnek ought to be as valuable in Sharp Dcm 152 propottion to the amount of ga3 she pro- Â¬ Cotson Hep 25 duces ns many of the others Mr Ned Reea Columbus Ohio arrived Sharps mnjorlty 117 here Saturday to spend a while with ion mm sinatk friend Mr Rees was connected with tfi Worthnm Dcm Dlanforil Itcp 2112 the construction of tho L St L and T railway Hero last summer Ned is n fino Worthamw majority 128 old boy nnd I admire his good taste in foil IlKllllSKNTlTIVF coming back Jolly Dcm 352 Brandenburg in tho last eiga days has Coke ltcp 237 had fully 2 SCO visitors by excursions Jollys majority 115 The Fifth nnd Walnut Haptist church gave an excursion for the benefit of the IOR CONSTAnt K church Saturday Wilson Dom I27 There were nbout 800 Pato Hep 232 peoplo on tho boat Some of tho party got our St Cloud hotel proprietor and Wilsons majority 15 Shtriff Hardin into a big game of marbles For Constitutional Convention 304 in the street in front of St Cloud ilotel Against Constitutional Convention 110 Not voting S1 Tho Hrnndenbiirg Dramatic Club gave The following is the vote of tho county their first entertainment last Friday night so far ns heard from We can give only and did themselves credit as fresh nma teurs They gavo nnother on Mondny the majorities night to a good house They havo a very luruiivsnuitn good house fitted up and nice Worthams Majority scenery 23 They aro preparing themselves to give Jollyd Majority 31 on entertninmont for every night during UNION STlll court week Wortham Their cntcrtninments so far 27 Jolly 31 are very successful financially Their ob- Â¬ ject we understand is to build a hall D UUINIKLS Wortham W Lewis is general mnnngcr 120 Mason Mc Jolly 120 Monigal treasurer and Prof Tebo stage MOOLKVVIMR manager Wortham Messrs Judge Woolfolk R H and Jolly John Nevitt J S A W and Lonnie mo HiBino MorcnieuJohn McDonnb EJ Shellman Wortham 20 Geo Casperkennd Lum Craj croft return- Â¬ Jolly 20 ed home last Friday from New Mexico nKWIKYVlUK Thoy all express themselves as being well Dlanforil 20 Coko 14 pleased with their trip and found their ntlDSONVIMK InkCINCT claims very rich with gold nnd they took Illanfonl 28 up 11000 more ucres They brought back Coke 40 some very fine specimens that they dug H4TTIN0IY thomselvca Ed SholUan nnd R II Dlanforil 70 Coko Nevitt ran across a young cinnarxon bear 70 STKIIIRNSroRT and captuicd it nfter a lively chase nnd it Dlanfiinl 10 is the chief amusement if the small boys jo Coko in town Elraond Chick their colored CIH TON UIILS cook says ho onj lyed the trip nnd wore Dlanforils and Cohos Majority estlmateJ 20 out ten harps in furnishing tliom music HOCK VllKanil 1IANTFRS The eleetion passed nlT quietly all over the county There wero no disturbances of a serious nature in any of tho voting places so fir hs heard from It wns n quiet orderly battle both parties putting in their best licks for their respective can In this city there was never n didates murk quiet or orJely election held very little drinking nnd no carousing indulged in by either party Tho contest wbh a hot one from the stnrt ti the cloni of the polls but it was conducted in nn orderly way The Democrats took the bulge early in the morning nnd hold it until tho close of the polls The Republicans fought nobly but they were runted early in the nction and were never able to recover Their lenders wcie kept busy working in their own ranks nnd they hid very little into to watch tho enemy It wn n grand glori- Â¬ ous victrry for Democracy Tho following is the olliciul vote of this precinct Mr Kugnno Hnynes Is homo mi n visit Capt Jack Orcss wns In town Inst week In i fow days our town will ho nn n honni Preparullonsare now being made for gas boring Election going nn town full of men gas Is nil you hear Miss Allen Hawkins Pntstitng MissMary Hawkins this week Mr Taylor Ilnnks has returned from French Lick Spring v Miss Rogers nf Rowling een Is visit- Â¬ ing her hrnher Mr W Rogers Miss Ella Smith of Ilnrdlnsbnrf wns tho guest of Mrs Leigh Isaacs last week Mlts Mabel Moormnn of Velvlngton is vi iting Mrs Andrew Crnwfonl thin week Miss Kalo Hawkins left Saturday for Cinctnnni whero she will spend the re Â¬ mainder of tho summer Mr Sherwood Mnson nnd sister Misa Ehel of Covington Ky wero guests of Mis Kate Hawkins Inst week On Thursday of last week a parly of young peoplo from this place boarded the train for Sample to spend tho day nt tho Falls They were jiinod on the train by Prof It Woods who spent the day with them and supplied the wit for tho laughing Tho parly from this place consisted of Missos Ella Smith Ella Moseley Ada Hunks Sallio Davis Florence Williims Emma Moseley and Mr Leigh Istncs Dr Goldstein Tom Wlllinma chaperoned by Mr nnd Mrs R A Rrnshenr nud Mr T Hunks lo the nfernoon they were joined by Misses Sallie Corn nnd tcna Richardson Hello nnd Esio Ilnynesnnd Pink Rickots Mr Carlt Richardson nnd Clnud Ilrashear of Union Stur Thry re- Â¬ ported a splendid dinner nnd n goodtixe u ATTRACTION I OVER A MILMON DISTRIBUTrD SWTfijl ttkaaaaal D BISJI Incorporated by tho Legislature In 1808 for fcduca lonal and Charitable purposes anil Its Irancnlio was mnila a i n Stale Constitution In 187 by an overwhelming n popular vnta Louisiana Stnto Lottery Company take mill itimin Ilnco ITN mllfllOftl Kcm iin IIUAWINIJS i Aiimiall CVa and control the Drawing Virion them that the ame are conducted niiic tl in good faith tZZnttUVartUsnmUe authorize the ue this cericate with fae- manage For Intcnrlty or lis Drnwlnfjs nnd Prompt paymont of Us prizes Attested as follows I ire do hereby certify that use tmicrrine me arrangement for all the itomthhj and of The Louisiana r FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS A- - JJraW al linlTn riZ We the 7arMaacA Cum in Uuiicr undersigned Hanks and flank Â¬ ers will pay all Prizes drawn in tht Louis tana State Lotteries which may be pre Â¬ sented at our counters II III UAIllMiv rc IoiiUliuia Notional llnnlc lMiitlli IANAUX lrc Slnlo Nu- A 0r lre Vl 2Z9 lLJC ee tz generally mill KO Hunk tloiiul Hunk IIAIDWIN Pro lYiMlonnl Hank Now Orleiut Union JViitlmml gYftUPffics GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING In tho Academy of Music NewOrlenns Tuesday Aunust 13 1089 Capital Prize ientliM list 300000 100000 Ticket ut Twenty IollurN eucli IIuvoInbIO tirurlcr ttV or rmzcs CAPITAL 1KIZEOF S0O00O30O0OO 1 IIUND PIUZE OF 100001 100 000 1UHANDPIUZKOF 60000 40 000 1 LAHOE PHIZES OF 25000 2S nnn 2 LAME PHIZES OF 10000 20 000 4 PHIZES OF 4000 25 0U0 1000 25000 luu 500 50000 1 TivuiiUuiIinSI 500 300 200 100000 Mm ICflHSTIPATIlri Its excellent qualities commend It to afwho reallin the Importance to of a truly healthy elegant and erTectte Hqufd lax Â¬ ative to Cleanse the System wn bilious ot cottivc to Dispel Colds and Headcbesandta APPKOIIMATION 100 Prlzos of 500 aro 100 Priiosof300aro 100 Priios of200aro IRIZKS Human Health and Hanpkeif Tkiiminai Pbizks 999 Irlics of 100 aro 899 Prises of 100 are 50000 31000 20000 99900 99900 1054800 Prizes nro Permanently Cure Habitual Cowtipation The California Liquid FrA Remedy losstistnc all ihe above nuatitleilt rapidly becom ing the universal favorite upeckly with ladies and ttiiiurenas It Is pleasant to ineiiean penccuy SAFE IN ALL dSES Mamjfactukbd ONli BY 3134 Priift amounting to Notp Tiikets drawing Capital not entitled to terminal Prisos AGSNTS WANTED SYRUPEFIGS ins CALIFORNIA op San Francisco Cal uisvittB Ky New York IJY For Sale in 50c and 100 Bottle lly all Leading tyecliu O For Club rates or any furthor information desired write legibly to tho undersigned clearly stating your residence with State County Street aid Number Morerapld return mail delivery will bo assured by your enolos Ing an Envolopo bearing your full address IMPORTANT am FIQ SYRUP CO in 11 or M A m Ily ordinary letter containing Monkv Obdpr issued by nil Express Companies New York Exchange Druft or Postal Note Wit r AY on CoKBtNov sent us by Express of 5 or over 1 Wiiolilniun I c DVUIIIIN A IIAUIHIJV Aoiv OrloitiiH 111 Address Registered Letters to NUW OIUKANS NATIONAL HAWK lHMPU1EH Advertisement City Tax Colloctor Throe farms for salo Solicitor for Pensions One two horse wagonJ Cloverport Ilotel for so Land and Houses to rjt Money to loan on shoriall R L NEVSOMS 1IANKS of Now Orleans and tbo Tickets aro signed by the President of an Institution whoso chartered rights ore recognised In the highest Courts therefore beware of any Imita Â¬ tions or annonymous schemes ONE DOLLAU it the prico of the smallest part or fraction of a TIckot ISSUED I1Y US In any Drawing Anything In our name of fared for less thar a Dollar g B twlndle 2UNJEED Uy tt Now Urlcuim ju the payment of all priios NATIONAL ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Illunf nds and Cokos Majority citimatod23 Worthams majority In county over Dlanforil 210 Jollys majority over Coke 210 WORTH lUlt Soveru Ciiki Â¬ iK of llloml Iuikoii Ills IUJOIIITV IN DISTRICT 2IU 350 25 75 009 Drockonridgo County Irayson County I J uncock County Kdmondion County estimated Total TAK 8TATK 1 Â¬ As In tho result in tho stuto tho Courier Journal of yosteidny says The Stato elec- Â¬ tion yesterday was a complete rout for tho Republicans From all along the line come reports of Democratic gains nnd Judge Sharps majority will be not only greater than Qov Ducknersbut greater thun Grovcr Clevelands majority last year The election was quite and except in u few counties where there were heatod local contests the voto was comparatively light The Legislature chosen will bo over The Ilcpubli Democratic whemingly cans lost members in Doyle Orayson Washington and Mulcnburg from which Ilurvokl lixeitrkloiu In the counties they had Representatives IboJj K L Cona railroad will The reports re- Â¬ last General Assembly ell round trip tickets for Fivo Harvest ceived by the Courier Journal indicate Kxcurnlons to points West Northwest and that Judgb Sharp has defeated Mr- Colson 8outhwet nt the very low rale nf One for Stato Treasurer by at least 110000 ma Â¬ Faro lor tlio round trip Kxcuraton dates jority Tho cfllcial footings will probably as follows figures swell this majority to greater Tuesday August 6th They nro not likoly to reduce It Louis August 20th ville did her part nobly by giving Sharp September 10th sending a solid Demo- Â¬ 2800 majority and Soptembcr24th cratic delegation to tho Legislature October 8th Thousands suffer from blood poison who would Lo cured ifthey gavo I I a Uotanlo Illood Halm a trial Send to the Wood Haltu Co Atlanta Oa for book of wonderful cures that contlnco tho most skeptical It Is sent freo J O llbson Meridian Miss writes t For a number of years I suffered untold agonies from blood poison Sorcral prominent physi Â¬ cians did 1110 little If any good I began to use U U 11 with very llttlo faith but to my utter surprlso it has made me 11 well and hearty porson Z 1 Ilallorton Macon fla writes 1 I con- Â¬ tracted blood poison I drst tried physicians and then went to Hot Springs I roturncd man physlclally A ruined Nothing seemed to do me any good My mother porsuadod me to try U I 1 To my utlor aitonlshmont every ulcer iiulokly healed llenj Morris Atlanta la wrltos I suff ered years from syphllitlo blood poison which refused to be cured by all treatment Physi Â¬ cians pronouncod It a hopeless case I had no appetite I had paint In hips and Joints and my kidneys wero diseased My throat waa ulcerated and my broast a mass of run Â¬ ning sores In this condition I commenced a use of II II II It healed overy uleer and soro and cured mo completely within two months Know all men that J II Wills Frank P Payne Charles Iehon Sam Conrad J D Renting property a splalty Hambleton W Woatherholt C W Patter- Â¬ Insurance against Fill Phoonlx son D Hambleton David U Murray and V Four Suites of Famlljltuoms to ront II Burton have this dav amndni1 Collections made andromnt remittance together at a body politic and corporate under Houses and lots to si on the installment plan the corporate nams of One store bulldlngentrally located to sell and Mineral Company the Trenton Hock Gas and with tbo following 7 or rent corporate powort and privileges to wit Promptness In busess is my motto and I bald company shall havo perpotual tuceos require It of othors lion may tue and be tued by Its corporate Ono 25 horso poor portablo engine and namo shall have a common teal and may tbo tamo at pleaturo may make contraots alter boiler for salo oheai ac Â¬ City Tux Hook IJI88S now In my hands quire and transfer properly real and personal possessing the same powers In such respects as for collection U at my olllco and get your private Individuals now enjoy may establish Tax Receipt Ono 10 horae rror portable engine and by laws and mako all rules and regulations doemed expiedlent for the management of their boiler with taws ides and fixtures for sawing short stuff licudlc 0 with stave cutter for affairs not Inconsistent with thoconttltutlonor lawt of thlt State or of tho United States slack barrel stavf The nature of the of for sale ehcarjlO acres of Bottom land shall be to bore and business for this company operate oils gases and miles abovo pphensport 80 acros cleared mineral waters to run plpos for conducting and all of the lucres susceptibls of cultiva same furnishing same to Individuals private auou ia nroj Two frame tlon but public municipal cornoratlon irMin cottages 3 rood each lias a river front mills and manufactories mining oge of about100 yards Prico 4000 operating operating for buying and selling ores rain Terms 1 500 cp and the rcmalndor In anorals gases mineral waters and oils and as nual InsUlmenf500 each with 0 per cent pbaltum and interest Irom at until paiu with lien reserved transporting to manufacturing the im market and telling tholr nro If you wantslnest attended to call on ducts The capital stuck of said company shall be R L NEWSOM One Mlllfon Dollar 1000000 to be divided Into ten thousand 10000 shares of ono hun- Â¬ dred 100 dollars eaoh I The shares and Interett of tho ttookholdcrt thall be trantferable but only on tbo bookt of the company In tuch manner at shall be pre scribed by tbo by laws of the company The private property of the stockholders shall bo exempt from liability for corporation debts The principal place of transacting the bill I ness ol said company thall be Cloverport 1 1i ni Â¬ TJlJbHES M LiM L TO N SURE CURE FOR c CMI5 aS Fever FORD YEARS A SUCCESS ItuuilM Tomlinony lion TltV JIT fur YoiiracU Iropriil Kavt ninny Icltcri lilt thcie Mr JM Kesterson Dorsey Co Ark saysi fan certify to tbo fact that Hughes Tonle flio best chill tonlo over tried I iijriiK than uiiinini consist better than quinine Mr W McDonald tSt HIIIMIrt Your Hughes Tonlo for chill and fevers never failed yet and I have sold It tojumber of chronlo cases It cures uinciiiiomujim Laurel tlmo wrlttf - theuery A ughes Tonic and Uko ICE A No Other St OO PER DOTTLE HV PaifABID LOUISVILLE Fofle by Druggists roa ROBINSON KY CO Ureckenrldgo County Kentucky Tho capital stook thall be non asiessable and thero thall bo tet ail Je theroof not lest than four thousand 4000 iharei at a working or developing capital which may bo use for tho purpose of acqulrlrg property and defraying all expenses In developing and operating the property of the company and the paranl V r nf tlA iuun The corporation shall commence on the date or the lodging of these articles for reoord in the Proper office and shall endure for tho period of iwqtTarp 25 years and thall terminate a expiration of tald term Ihe affaln of ho company shall bo oenduct ed by a board of director and not less than nor more than nine directors tho dlreo tors to be elected by the stockholder and the pres dent by Ihe board of directors and iboll elected annually the first election to h held at the meeting- - for organisation after article arereoorded and nnnii 11 The indebtednosi ot the corporation shall no time exceed fiv thousand 4000 dollars at Any member mar withdraw from the corpo ration tt any time lydepoiltlng the ttockh h lorrn with the treasurer of the Uk Ing bit recclnt therefor and the company value tald ttock shall le determined by the director of of the company and tald company thall re 0Ck Bna M W MlutVon t fr Wtnn tiii Iron Jlltters rjcnulno hastrailo mark and crouodrol Hues oil wrapper JlroivnH from euro or uvvm ork will Lo rclluyitt Ami those trouble with uervousiicis resulting ty taking I For full particular call on or write to any Air Line Agent Youm truly Jiih 8 OiuniiMK G P A RICARD gut ut OWEN Cloverport Ky Ky hntl VllIlurton our Llshen thlt 20th Jnne AD 1880 JHWilli V V aill A WITT Hardlnsburg Chi Payu v Be Sure If you havo mnto up your mind to buy Hoods Saranparllla do not bo Induced to take any other 1 foods Barsaparllla Is a peculiar mcdlclno possessing by vlrtuo ot Its peculiar proportion combination and preparation curatlro power superior to any other article A Iloston lady who knew what sho wanted and whoso cxampto Is worthy Imitation tells her oxporlcnco bclowi A A SHOCKING DEATH IlSlllllUIAN AT IIAWI1S IIIIAT vii i i icniiii uv a iocai IltllKJHT TltAl Ill lie ml Cut In Two unit III Unity Ilnrrlhl iMungliMl Tile Train- nirn In NhwUo in II lit mo WE KNEW T rCatch 7wi the Flee To Get t- - In ono storowhero I went to buy Hoods HaVsnparllli tho clerk tried to Indueo mo buy their own Instead ot Hoods ho told mo tholra would last longer that I might tako It on ten days trial that It I did not llko It I need not pay mi thing etc Hut ho could not provall on mo to change I told him I know what Hoods Barsaparllla was I had taken It wai satisfied with It and did not want any other Hoods When I began taking Hoods Barsaparllla I was feeling real miserable suftcrlnit a great deal with dyspepsia and so weak that at times I coutd hardly stand I looked and had lor somo time llko a person In con sumption Hoods Barsaparllla elld mo so much good that Iwondcr at myself sometimes and my friends frequently speak of It Mns Ella A dorr ct Tcrraco Street Boston-- Sarsaparilla IOO RoltlbyaUdniirgliti Jliiforf5 rroparedonty by V I HOOD CO Apothecatloi Lowoll Mats Dosos Ono Dollar Brrckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 1889 Clerk Court of Appeals Wn nra nuthorlted to announce- David Morgnn it deaf fisherman was run over by tho local freight train Friday nfiernoon nnd distantly killed lie wns walking down the track towards Howes ville and when tho train rounded a curve ho was discovered ahead of It but too near lor It In stop before rrnchlng him Tho whlstlo wns blown the bell rung nnd thn eiiginn reversed but It wus too late The pilot struck him nnd knocked film Into the nlr and when tin fell it wns with his head in front o ono oi llio swift II lug wheels Tho locomotive ground over his body nnd when he was taken out -cAfcW it wus found lliut his head was cut in two iJrotber Milton Coltp on lie raging and his body was otherwise horribly man Â¬ stump lie didnt Id lluro Ell Send gled Thu trainmen took up tho mangled re- Â¬ in nnoilier lion mains and put them together nftcr which Ho I Siree To to Sulzerd for hosiery they notified thonulhoritles o Hawesvllle Sulzors pnrnsoU put nil others in tho who Bent out anil had his body brought to hade town There was tin blame attached to the Tho election in this city passed ofTfl trainmen ns they were running at an or- Â¬ quietly dinary rntn of speed and tho man would Where ii tho crowd going To Sulzers S E COR THIRD AND MARKET STS LOUISVILLE KY never have been killed except for his mis- Â¬ us usual fortune in being deprived of hU hearing Thero will be n picnic nt Cnmp Ander- Â¬ Owctitbori Messenger son next Saturday COth Rflffffon fotrin Rint Snl j0 0 n B cat jm dm II E Moorman it Co s delivery horse t ft 1 YounirmiMl IMIiirwIli llmroniliK ZlJJH lomninil TWm oollririat traltilnir or irthtv died last Thursday fDcml only a year or two in colleffAaml vt wllia naril nt Mr lorrlo Wllkerson caino home Monday to practical ruunM of MuUjr At- rpaonablfl cuit lifillil im ti hii nll tltiiA IiiIm fnll u en uv n viu uniiuuiil W ror riititioirtH licrnni ymitlorli n SM vuv Choice coffees and lenB n speciality nt vote itiriiow nmi HI IUuut M IUILiv It 1 Address tho II E Moorman k Cos Mr Frod Dollavcn hm returned from Lou Ift Tim 7mz Since our published reduction in priced of our Clothing our Salesmen lmvo been kept bimy in fuel we have had a big run on our stock and certain styles have perceptibly dwindled down A few more weeks like the one just passed end some of the choicest styles will be closed out Dont delay a visit to our store Our polite salesmen will show you every attention whether you purchase or not It is a very common thing for Clothing dealers to continually advertise reductions When wo do he same periodically tho public know that we mean it and they come to us feeling conlident that they will not be hood Â¬ winked It affords us much pleasure to have the confidence of the people ting opportunity now offered to secure an unparalleled bargain We are offering goods at prices that you cannot afford to miss DONT LET IT ESCAPE you that this is an opportunity that will not return We are making an effort to reduce stock and when we get through no more loosing money on goods s ffllEfi 4 Clothiers An A Old Kelisxblo GEORGETOWN rri Tho City Council 1- niu arr llf iu Capt J A Clarks resilience nnd con- Â¬ litllle Mil T3T GRORGEH MADDEN tents was destroyed by fire last week No Iulii Gregory hna returned from Low ns a Candidate- for Clork Court of Appeals Subject to the action of Democratic Stale Convention County Court Clerk We nro authorized to announco insurance We handle MeFerran Shnllcross Cos choice Magnolia bams and lard II E Moorman k Co k GRANVILLE S WILSON as a candidate for County Ilreokourldgo county subject tho Democratic party Wo aro Court Clerk of Co tho action of Fifteen young men cntt their maiden votes here Inst Monday and fourteen of them were cast for Democracy There is nothing like young men starting tight in life liport llnl Murray went to Hcmlcrfon Monday night Mn Klvlra Dubbigo went to KoictU yes terday Father lllgjrlnj returned from Ioulivlllo Monday Mr In the city P S Gregory of draml View Tail Â¬ Is authorlted to announco WM H BELL as a candldato for tho ofllco of County Court Clerk of llreckenridge county August Klectlon 1890 subject to the action of tho Democratic party Get he BEWLEYVILLE Qunrterly meeting Sunday quiet election Monday MissDeltieCnin hasieturncd fromLouisi ana An uriU8iiall large voto wru polled at this place A remarkably Iliok Adktison and Chnrlle Jlnhbngc nro tho nek Hit Mrs W V Worthntn with typhoid fever on uf Leltcbfiohl I Ii lick to ouu coiiitisioxiiiiTs and the news get news I Mr Erncit Turpln Loutsvillo Mi cousin Mr lHhcr Hull viiltlng a all from nothing but thY news Celebrated Maxims in Journalism fOUAli Danas iutiviTiiN Com for snlo at Choi Riedels Holt Ivy Low cut shoes and low cut prices Sulzers No doubt about it Sulzers nro tho cheapest Groceries nt bottom prices at It E Moorman k Cos Call on Gregory it Co unil seo their stock of Einpiro Wheat Drills Sulzers bargains uro not catch penny but snve penny bargains Tho watermelon crop in Tobins Ilottom will bo almost an entire failure Call nnd examine the McSherry Grain Drill nt It E Moorman Cos MoSherrys Grain Drill with or without fertilizer attachments or sale by K E Co Moorman The enterprising firm of J F Suizer k Dro this city havo put electric bells in their business houso Mr J C Nolle manager J F Suizer k Bio has bought Mr A A Lalleists ret Idenco on Second street Tho freight nnd passenger business of the L St L k T at this place for the month of July amounted to over 2200 Do you suffer from scrofula salt rheum or other humors V Take Hoods Snrsapa rilla which gives Btrength a good uppetite and health Poor Goo RiloY was hung in ifiigy hero Monday night for voting tho Democratic ticket Geo is a colored mini nnd dared to vote as he pleased A protracted meeting is in progress at Iiiites ChriBtiun church six miles from this city this week conducted by Itev Owen Young of Lexington There will be a picnic given at Elders Spring Saturday Aug 17tb for the bene- Â¬ A good fit of St Hoses church this city dinner will be Berved for 25 outs Tho Canulng Factory ut Elizubethtown has put up GO000 cans of peas this season and blackberries besides strawberries Thf y nro now putting up tomatoes Prof Wiggln and all of tho other pro Â¬ phets may full in dry weather but Canters chicken cholera cure never fulls If it does your money will bo refunded by all druggists Turk1 Muttingly sold his Interest In the Iron Ore Hill Gas Company last Sat- Â¬ urday to W 0 Moorman for 500 cash and Ii 0 Pierce his interest in tho Min Â¬ eral Center to A Inglis for a good price Mnttlngly went to Owensboro Turk He Monday to work up tho gas business soys there is plenty of gas there bnt the boys dont know where it is that ho does nnd bo proposes to find it All that the boys will havo to do is to tup Turk and they will get a gusher Mr It W Nixon of Uockport lnd has rented tho old IUnk buiding In the East end opplsito the Cloverport Hotel and will open out about the 10th ol Au Â¬ gust with a full line cf Gents Furnishing Goods Ynnkeo Notions and a line of Mer Â¬ chant Tailors goods Ho will also havo a first class merchant tailor who will make suiuto order In the latest and most fasL lonolilo stjles He cornea well recom mened as a first class man and merchant and wo bid him welcome to our city J IVfiti KKt Mill Nannie McCrackcn of Ilnrdlnslurg ii visiting Mn Dr Smith Rev Owen Young of Lexington ii visiting tho City of Cloi crpurtjthat tho Cloverport Mr S P Drurj is thn proud pohepssor MlneraKCompany istbefeby granted tho ex hli cousin Mr Alfred Oelte of an heir clusiro privilege f laying Conduit pipes for Hon Quslllcliardsonnnd ColZack IlcrnJon tho transportation and flow of Natural Gns Mr John Thixtonjr of Owensboro was of Meade Hero hero lust wcok under nnd through the streets nnd nllrys of In town Saturday Menn Ilobt Folk nnd Will Nicholas spent tho City of Cloverport for tho period of thirty Died August Otli iifunt child of Mr toteral days nt Cannelon last week yenrs from this date but said privilege shnll Thomas Payne Mn Br II T HufTerty returned from not bo exercised in sucli a manner ns not to Mrs Lucy Stith of Vine Grove is visit Â¬ French Lick iprings IqiI WeJneiJay Intcrfcro with tho uso nnd travel on said street ing Miss Fannie Cain and nllcys or tbo sewerage thereof except that Mr II N Aila ids nnd wife of LcitclifiulJ In laying said pipes they may hnvo tho reasor Mr Geo Constance of Louisville wns aro visiting Mr II A Oolzo nnd wife ablo uieof tho streets or alloys for that purpose down from the city Sunduy Mines Annio Katlo end Icarl Fella are Irovlded that said Company shall upon tho Miss Vltula Clarkion ol Mexico Mo is visiting relatives In Crawford County lnd completion of the laying of tho said pipes and visiting tho Misses Cox this week Dr and Mrs John Long anil son nro visit- Â¬ when transporting gas therein shall furnish to mid city frooof cbnrgo during tho existence Rev Browder of Elizabethtown deliver- Â¬ ing her mother Mrs W E Minor nt Holt Is of this privilege gas for fifty itrcot lamps or Miss Lvdla Helton of Hardlmburg ed nn interesting discourse Sundny so many ns tho council shall rcquiro not ex Â¬ Mrs John Frnkes of Brandenburg spent spending a few dnys with Mrs II A Oolto Misses Alice nnd Dora Bebhnm of Louis- Â¬ ceeding fifty In number nnd tbo city shall Saturday and Sunday at her old home havo privilege to tap or connect with tho ville aro visiting Mr and Mn W W Brooks Quite a number from a distance were in Companys pipes nt such points as tho city Mr H C lllebardson a very happy demo- Â¬ attendance at Quarterly meeting Sunday shall desire whero such connection can bo crat of Union Star wns in town yssterday mndo Miis Fannie Clarkson ol Big Spring is Mr Moses Wllo of Orandvlew lnd was in A committee wns appointod to get plans visiting the family of Mr J II Cox this the city Inst wcok tho guest of Miis Druo and bids for a new city jiil tho cost not to week drcgory exceed 1000 Miis Ellen Foote has returned home Mr Lafo Elder and wlfo of Derby lnd from a lengthy visit to her sister in liar wcro visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Solbrlg BURAS dinsburg last week Mrs Frank Gregory nnd children Misses Susan and Hester Talc of Cus Â¬ of Dr W B White Jr nnd wife of Toll City Louisville are visiting the family of Dr J ler paid this vicinity a lljing visit last lnd aro visiting bis father Dr W B White Sunday II W Frank ir this week Messrs M Meyer k Co are receiving n Mrs Henry Dean of Brcckenridgo county Miss Maggie Cox has returned from nn a large stock of goods which they will dis Â¬ Is visiting her daughter Mrs W V Wortbnm extended visit to her sister It M Harda- pose of nt a reasonable profit QraysonUaiette way in Brandenburg Tobacco worms nro reported very plen- Â¬ Mr Charley Heyier and Miss Cilia Owen Misses Inna M Herr and Ilena Richard- Â¬ Such is always lLo result when tiful roturned from Brcckenridgo county yesterday son ol Big Spring nltended Quarterly Of course Grayion tlaiotto there is u small crop planted meeting Saturday and Sunday there are always about the same number Dr Hays and Mr Mltchcl and Miss Briscoe Miss Mary Board of Hardinsburg who oi tho pests but the scarcity of tobacco of Louliville spent lerernl days with Mils was visiting school mates in this vicinity Nellie Burks Inst week at Holt makos them appear moro nbundant last week returned to Webster Sunday Mies Jennie Gileon of Louisville who Mrs Ellen Robinson and daughter Miss Mrs Sue Hodges of Keatsville Mo Bottle of Big Springs are visiting Mr and has been visiting this placo for three weeks was in our midst Saturday and Sunday Sho past returned home last Tuesday Mrs II E Yatoi aiayion Oajotte shaking hands with friends of long ago was accompanied home by A L McGuflin Mrs D W Falrlolgb and children of LouMr C M Sanders of Elizabethtown liville will arrive this week to ipcnd sovcral who expected to see the double hanging Dilgcr nnd Smart but ho like many who has been in this neighborhood for weoks with hor sister Mn J D Babbngo otherB got badly disappointed and had to Mr J S Walker and his father of Bock Borne time was called home Monday by the port lnd were here yoitorday with a view ot romain outside the jail wall and can only sickness of his son At the close of the polls here the vote locating Mr Walker Is a leading grocer of tell us what others saw Bockport I had the int Table pleasuro of attending stood Sharp 1 12 Cdlson 152 Cobb 7 speaking combined Mn Leonard Feet of St Auguitlne Fla and Blanford Stale Seuate Wortham 141 a picnic 1CI K very thing Coke Mrs Chat Cottroll of llunellvllle and Mill at Locust Hill on the 1st Representative Jolly 1 12 are the went off quietly until tho Hon Milton Florence Cottroll of Tavares Fla ICG Go to W N Drurys and get a bottle of gucits of Mr and Mrs O W Short Coko commenced his wonderlul harangue Mines Ella and Jesilo McBoath returned of how the Domocrats bail legislated to Arthur Peter k Coh dyspepsia cure tako from their visit to Braodonburg Monday it according to directions and bo cured tho detriment of our peoples interests by Mln Eva old fashioned knock Stop eating soda bofore it eats your stomach They were accompanied homo when a gonuino Grayson up He will sell you a ono dollar bottlo llerndon whom they wero vliitlng commenced just in front of the speaker Gniotte for 75 cents The people thinking tho fight a better of Big Springs who Mrs 0 O Morcman species of ontertainmeut thau a Republi- Â¬ Great rush at W N Drurys four clerks wat sick hero at her fathers for a long time busy par of the day Saturday good sales took a back sot after returning to her borne can speech forsook tho fascinating song every day Come right along dont wait and Is now In LouIsUlle at tho Infirmary and of High Protection and rushed to the for your neighbor to convlnco you but Is beiug treated there Sho Is In a very pro scene of disturbance which delighted them como and see for yourself moro The partios wero separated beforo ltd all carious condition and her recovery ii doubtful truth and you will have to como for tho any serious dumages wen done and after fjoiuity Hancock low prices will bring you considerable parleying the nudleree re- Â¬ A special telegram from Hawesvillo re- Â¬ turned and listened to tho Siron song of Tlio New Tlmo Tublu ceived late yesterday evening states that after which Mr Jolly The new time table of tho L St L kT Mason Dcm carried tho county by twelve unjust tnxatlon was represeuted by Mr Monarch wbo In Tho west bound votes Adair Hep for Circuit Clerk de went Into effect Sunday an unswerable speech of short duration morning passenger train leaves Louisville feated Hawes five votes nnd Wottham successfully refuted the chaffy argments at 745 a m and arrives at Cloverport at carries the county by twenty five of his opponent 1105 a m nino minutes Inter This train The echoes of heavy thunder In the Mcuilo Vail ii I passes Long Branch at 922 Weldon 932 Dem elected to the West Indicate that the speaking which is Irvlngton 909 Richardson Ekron 942 Guston 951 Gus May to commence in a few minutes will be at Â¬ Webster 1007 Lodlburg 1015 Pierce LegUlature by five or six hundred I expect that Mr Coko tended by rain Sample 1029 Stepheniporf elected to the State Senate 1023 1043 will appreciate a llttln water boforo Mr Arrives at Owensboro at and Holt 1051 Monarch gets through with him to day 1237 and at Henderson at 150 p m Â¬ Â¬ The City Council met in regular session Inst Friday night Mnyor Hamblcton occu- Â¬ pied tho chair J C Nolle represented tho first word and C K LighlfootGeo Weath erholt the second Minutes of the last meeting rend and approved The ordinance commitle repotted an ordinance regulating tho running of truini of the L S L k T railroad which was adopted nnd ordered printed See ordi dance in nnother column Lightfoot tho On motion of Mr C ordinanco passed May 4 18S8 granting tne uioverport Mineral urmpnny the ex Â¬ clusive privilege of supplying the city with nnturalgas was repealed Tho following is the ordinance Be It enacted by the Mayor nnd Council ot IIou TliomiiN Wllllitius Hint irrul Ilirlt in holding a ticket which drew tho 25 000 prize at the May drawing of tho Louis Â¬ iana State Lottery He was found nt his work in the Jefferson Iron works where ho hns been employed for years as u nailer I was unsuccessful in capturing anything but kept on until before the May drnwing when I sent two dollnrs to M A Dauphin New Orlean Li nnd rocoived a one tenth ticket numbering 87825 Tho drnwing took placo May 11th and on the I7th I learned that ticket 87821 had drawn the 25000 prize O Steubenville Herald J F Suizer Cloverpoiit Ky TifcLe ZESigrlrt ZSZizid Bro of ffi June An Hi it City Ordinanco hy llic E DUCATION PAYS j Â¬ onlahcil Miiar awl Gwnrit n tit persons without damage or incon- Â¬ nor shnll thoy obstruct 3rd street of their cars engines or rolllng itotk thnn fivo minutes nt nny tiino Sicnov 2 It shall not ho lawful for tho L St I 1 T II It Co or any of Its agents servants or employes to run anv cnelncs ton- dcrs ears or rolling stock In the limits of said City at n rato of speed not exceeding fivo miles per hour Suction 3 That It shall not ho lawful for any railroad company or any of its agents servants or employes to rccclvo luto or dis Â¬ charge from any of its coaches or enrs or flats or nny of Its rolling stock nny freight mcr chandlio on nny of tho streets or highways within the City of Cloverport provided how- Â¬ ever that tho b St L A T 11 It Co may rccolvo and dlschnrgo freight nt and opplslte their present dopot nt tho East end of Hous- Â¬ ton Street but this shall not bo construed as to give said railroad company any permanont right to tho mo of said street or any right greater than given in tho original contrnctor ordinance and said railroad company shall not permit cars coachos or rolling stock to re- Â¬ main on tho track or tracki on said Houston Street for a longer porlod than twenty four hours at any ono tlmo imluling night Section 1 That it shall not bo lawful for any person or pcrions whosoovcr to deliver or receivo from coachci cars lata or rolllng itock of any railroad company nny freight merebnn dire or other thlsgi on any of the itrccti with- Â¬ in laid city oxcept ai provided In the third lection of this ordinanco Section 5 That it shall not bo lawful for any such railroad company or any of Its agents servants or employes to allow any of Its coaches can Hats or other rolling stock to romain In or upon any of tho streets of tho City of Cloverport oxcept as provided for In the third section of this ordinanco Sccnov 0 It shall be tho duty of ovcry Itallroad Company or person managing any locomotlvo englno within tho city limits to ring or have rung tho bell of such engine at all times while such is in motion Suction 7 That for each and every viola- Â¬ tion of any of the foregoing lections of this or Â¬ dinance the company or person or persons io offondlng shall upon conviction bo fined not less than fivo nor mcro than fifty doll am tbo flno rocovorablo bofore tho Mayors court Section 8 This ordinanco to tuko effect fifteen days after tho pnssago and publication hicles or venience with nny for moro of Chnrort Sictiov 1 It shall ho unlnwful for tho Ioulsvlllo St Louis t Toxni ltnllrond Com pany or nny of its ngonts servants or employes to stop nny of Its cars engines tenders or g-stock on any of tho street crossing In tho City of Cloverport West of third street so rs to obstruct tbo freo passage of teams ve rollinÂ¬ Â¬ If you want your child educated sent him to a Tkaciihii if you scud him to school to get rid of him or because it is customary then send him to a IIiAiinn of Rkcitations There is a vast dilVcicnce between teachers and recitation hearers A teacher stimulates his pupils and en courages them to learn for the sake of the power it gives them the time- Â¬ serving recitation hearer encourages his pupils to memorize their lessons Which will you in order that they may recite well and get a good mark the fotmcr then pationize the choose for your boy and your girl If CLOVERPORT Major C HIGH W SCHOOL Which enters its Second year under the ruidance of FOWLERS Monday September 9th 1889 One years work has shown us the defects of the old plan that lias been followed in the past and it has enabled us to prepare a gtaded course of study extending from the primary to the high school Of course this will require more help and the Hoard of Trustees has given me an T J -- vt l Vl 1 INCREASED NUMBER OF TEACHERS to have a fitst class Gknkkai Education let him take our Regular Common and IIkjii School Couasn consisting of in addition to the Common School Branches which include Physiology ami Civil Government Algebra Geometry Trigonometry and Surveying with Field Practice German Latin and higher Eng lish Geology Botany Physics Physical Geography and Chemistjy And lemembcr we have over What school presents it better course worth of Apparatus and ifS300 worth of Engineering In struments all of which arc used in our regular Course without extra charge TERMS FOR TUITION If you want your child Â¬ Â¬ SjlC0 Â¬ Primary per month Intermediate per month Preparatory Iloyond Prep 150 200 J50 JlOO The Regular Coutse at present contemplates two years beyond the common school branches but it is confidently believed the course will be extended two more years in 1S90 If you do not care to take the Regular Course or if you want some Â¬ thing more practical then take our Book-keepin- g BUSINESS COURSE Consisting of Practical Arithmetic Algebra Letter Writing Commercial Law and Typewriting from Phonographic dictation the first school in the State to introduce this wonderful invention By means of this little instrument the necessity for laborious shorthand wtiting no longer exists for it will repeat at any time anything epcUen into it any number They arc rapidly Supplying the place of stenographer in our 0 times large cities and the young man that can supply and use a Typewriter CORPORATION NOTICE Notlco is hereby given that Aloxandcr Inglis loo Ilentloy H II Iierco JoicphFrlel V Sattorficld Jamoi letry and C M Hut Utt havo niinclatod themselves in a body corporate and polltlo under tho corporato name oflANTHKll CHIlElv IAS and MINEHAI COMPANY of Ilreckenrldgs County Ky with its principal plaro of builneis atClovcrport llreckenrldgo County Kentucky Tlio general nature of tho business of said company ihall beleailngandpurchailnglandi tho Lorlrg and linking of wolli fur oils gns mineral wnteri salt wnter quarrlng stone clay land and other luhitancci to run plnei for ccnductlng lame furnliblng samo to In dividual private and publlu OJrporatltnl erecting nnd oporatlng municipal corporation buying nnd selling milts and manufactories mineral lands and rights transporting and telling oroi mineral gai oil sand coal stone nnd other valuable substances and oper ating and mining therefore Jke The capital stock of laid company Is the sum 100000 dollars of one million The tlmo of commencement of said corpora tion tho 10th day of April 1889 and tho ter- Â¬ mination 25 years thereafter C Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and Phonograph is Certain of a Good Position BUSINESS COURSE Extra Tho Comnleto Course with uso of Instruments per month Typewriting per month with uio of Instrument nnd Phonograph lljoit kecpiriR per month 100 -- 00 - vs 100 200 d i4j -- v vjl Good boarding can be hail at 250 to 300 per week All bills payable monthly or seemed by acceptable note For further information call on or address Ur to the i rusccs D R MURRAY P S MILLER 11 Major Pies W G SMART W povlcr Jrin J C NOLTE Sccy C P MATTING LY to va Ji Tho affairs of said corporation aro to be con- Â¬ ducted by a preildont secrotary treasurer and not leu than fivo In num- Â¬ a board of director ber nor mora thnn nine who aro to bo clocted Â¬ V vi 5 hor Coatorla hen she was o Child sho cried for Castorla When sho beeamo Mlsa ilia clung to Castorla WUou sho bad Children Bo Umjw CostorU When Itaby was sick wo gave The west bound evening train leaves Louisville at G35 p m fifteen minutes later than ntproaeiit and panes Cloverport at 950 thirteen miuulos later The east bound morning train pajses Cloverport at 1048 Instead of 100G as be Â¬ fore and tho alternoon train at Gll In stead ol G Tho west bound local ft eight passos Clo- Â¬ verport at 920 a m and the through freight at 1250 p m CUSTER annually thereafter Tho highest amount of Indebtedness or lia bility to which the company at any tlmo shall subject Itself Ii tho sum of fivo thousand 5000 dollars and tho private proporty of tho stock Â¬ holders Is to bo exempt from corporato debts This tho 13th day of Auguit 1889 Joseph Vnol Prof AUGUST BROWN Asst Prin Miss VIRGINIA S BRANNON TiCAonifinsi Miss FANNIE BRASIIEAR Miss ANNIE RAITT TKq Centre IMnblltlivil IHlli elecllro courses of study and thorough education Faculty for coming year A full oltelfc YOUMJ f Kpnlucky DmiyHIq l Jovis Worth Knowing The xH time reliable HuoiiKs Tokio romedy for Fever and Ague Reputation ou can earned by thirty years success Druoqists upon ft Try It I depend MAYS Ilaso bnll is all tho go Quito a party from Cusler and vicinity attended the dedication at High Plains last Sunday Jesse Hhodes says if you want to see something pretty just como and lake a peep at his baby Mrs J Loeb and two children and Miss Fannie Frank of Louisville are visiting Mr V Loebs family Mrs lienhardt Solomon of Vino Grove formerly Miss Mary Loeb of Ibis place Ii expected to visit her parents this week Sho will bring lot the baby along President Tho Louliville Times says Huliloin and Secretary Aflmond are pre Â¬ paring to visit all tho commercial clubs in tho State and consult with them In regard to the movonionts for inducing immigra- Â¬ tion and the bill to encourago it which Is to be presented to the next LegUlature Mr Allmond starts to morrow morning for Kastern Kentucky and will go as far He will return on as Cumberland Gap the first of next week and with President go to Western Ken Huhleln will thon lucky visiting the clubs at Paducab Hen Â¬ There aro derson and Owensboro twDnty threo clubs in the Stato and every p one will be visited in the course of next six weeks Will Vint Suite OlllbK James letry It II Iierco loo llontljr Ci A O Mllullltt Inglli V W I Claisicul and experienced corps of teachers solentlilo anil Location hoaitiirul and accessible superior advantages for a liberal lleflned Chrlitian home Increased endowment and enlarged For catalogue and other Information apply to ll uklduiit iliuivlllo Kentucky Satterfiold For Sale Several nuro registered abort Horn bull Also mile oons of all degrees of ex- calves W D HOLT cellenco Holt Ky m m Notiee to Creditors flreon 3 Johnsoni Admr nreckenrldgo Circuit Court J All penonr havlog olnluii against tht si tate of llreen S Johnson deceased are hereby notlflod to produce their claims before we properly proven on or beforo the Ut day of Bent 18H arenSJohnJoniHtri Ill Groatont vvorywboro l S MTMittMMgus PATHWAY OF LIFE Worktl Wanted 1000000 Hickory Spokes 800000 Kim loles for Hubs OWENSBORO WHEEL CO Iwcuiboro Ky iluoomonU CO UU Main bU ItlcbKumd toluropofor llo worker UuparullUallH Apply now Jl p J OIUTOON Vo xolulo territory Hulrwnen FRUsttrtu A m wanted VMllHKlLSC U 00 Wanted Immediately live men to v Agents Wanted tl Fruit IT W8 A8UUYC -- r r i4 -- wim0t yyaMahSiMpjijMfeMjpsS MSSSff T1 fltf P- - r ipfl ii w ij ii uiiuiriiiii nignTPVUli bih hp r - SSSf UKllm f jonstipaiioa fc 3lr 1 A Hpiiii llrtlrrsi roni the tot Winiil leclorN rilf Mr tliu Onlj lleliioi ml I etl 1 LOT0 AND GLIDED IIVI nr not ri IV In runiclllidird in millitiiiin nwiiu ui liMiilt Ilrns Imliltiliil Hapiirciiliv s liy wiiiki iinictlholHivviils colillrin iutitr limn iiile tint nil I 1 i I inilil iilii llc mill Ai llllt Initio iir iiilliin urn UinT httiiiilililiU In tl i f ully jofomiiiuiiiluil liy Uui faculty ui tlm licit it iipolicliU llnAliiR Win nlijfit fur jours to ronstliiiitlmi without IiuIiik iililu in ilml iiiiicIi rullif 1 lit hint tilul Ayi rH Illlt ml ii IliiiHiirn 1 iluciii It lioth u lnt totistlfy llmt I luiuiiliilinlKrciit I two ullt frniii tlmlr iikk Itimwir tllUMO llllll IllVlt I llllVO tuki II lllll of mi ry nllit uolniuiiililiiu 1 would nut tiiutn--U willlimly lio without llovvuuii M Kasl Muiii ut Carlisle 1u I lmo liorn tnWnjT Ayrrs TI1U nmj iisltij tlinin In my lumll slnr n 1857 mill cheerfully recoiium ml them to nil In need of u irnfu Imt IT inul ontlmrtlc IOm M IIiilli Louisville Hy -- I nflllrtfil with na IIP niik mi T inr constipation which nt lnt liccamo no ilo no morn Imil Hint tlm iJoitiim louM for mo Then I lieim to tnko Aver Wis nnil noon tlm lovvols recovoroil tliolr tmturnl niul rienhir nctlmi noStlmt Ii now I inn In excellent licaltli LouphlitltlKc llrym Tiixns ptl Aver 1IIK with rooiI Havlue results I fnll Indorse thorn for tlio pur iHwmforwlilih thev urn recommended T Conner M 1 Ccntro llrldo lu who linn beru A Dein WondV chief dpputy nnd who lift Iippii kiiiporarlly retained In that tnpacily by ulterior IVlnml until tlm new fi rep jets to wnrklngly smoothly retire to day Irom the public M rvirn after four years ol ftltlilul iitnl ifllccnt work Mr W 8 Fo land the new clilel deputy laes chnrgu ol Mr 1 jnr - Ayers Pills Dr the ollice In hii Htead Mr Ilpnn will at oiiccnppn nn ollico and rpsitmn tlm practice nl la nt ibis Inr Heoisout ol ollil f with nn enviable- re on Inning made In thn oplnli n of those iIip who havphnd dealing with llip nllicp bpst chief deputy the dislricl Inn iver ha I tie lm kept ihe biidnem of the i IIipp up In tho notch all the limp 0 ie lenture which did wiitcliulness nnd prompt ness Is 1nt that n it a distiller has had a delinquency nisoismoul to pay dining liU term Mr lanins Wood Mill holds temporarily tho pos lion ol Mr 0 W Crutcher who t expected to iissure it nbout August Mr C Witilmihill lint r tired ns gene- rnl slnrekp tier and ganger tlm coinini T nion of his Republic in sucepsor Mr Mclntyre having been receivtd last week Owensboro lnnirer 1 1 1 Lowell Mail Bold hy ll Druggists nnd Hosiers In Medicine J rntrAiuD Co C Aycr bt PMCKfcNRIDGK NKWS i - DIlGEiUHuSW TWO SWING LOUISVILLE MURDERERS OFF TOGETHER AT AN EARLY HOUR LAST WEDNESDAY ING MORNÂ¬ lour Iriends mid neigh talking about it You may ntirsvll bors be imp of the man who know from per gonal experiencp ju t how good a thing Is ou nre one of If vou have pvpr tiied it its staunch friends because the wondeifal thing about it is that when once given n triul Ir King New Discovery ever ufler holds n place in thn hou P If ou have ncvei used il nnd hould be nlll cled with a cotiih cold or any Ihroat Iung or Chest trouble si euro a bottle at once and It is guarantied every nivo it a fair trial Tnnl Hollies tune or money refunded Irco nt 0 W Shorts Cloverport Ky nnd J A Witt Hardinsburg K I he You Imvo liiiard rv llroer K The food consu ned on one of the large steamships from New York to Liverpool Dilgers Nooso Slips and Ho Is was ns follows Nine tbousnnJs live hun Â¬ Hanged Ovor Again dred pounds of beef 1000 pounds ol mut- Â¬ pounds of ton HOO pounds of lamb J i in immmiii ii veal 130 pounds of pork 1 10 pounds ol i in pickled leg ol pork 000 pounds of corned intoi tongnes 700 piunds of corned beef i 000 rxlillilt IoiisJiIit pounds ol liesh lidi 20 pounds of calves Ilulh feet IS pounds of calves heuds 130 fowls ulile rrvc On the M uf iolit 50 turkeys 11 Clint les Diltfer 210 spring chickens lOducks Lull vim Inly 30 geese GOO rquubs UOO tins of saidines niul Hurry Siimrt were ImnueJ in the junl 00 plovers 173 pounds of sausage I 200 nf tip count Jul ii few minutes niter f pounds of hair 300 pounds of bacon 10- Not only ft as it n o clock this moniiiiu ol milk 700 pounds double tumuli c but ench of the victims 000 eggs 2 000 quarts of butter 110 pounds of collee 87 pounds liml committed it ilouhle murder nicl to of teu U0 pounds ol sugir 100 pounds of mklie llie oinviihiice more complete Dil HID jars of jnui hntueii twice I lie first rice 200 pounds ol b irley llmt un prncticall duty mid lit hud in bp and jelly 50 bottles of plckleo 50 bottles rote fuilei to do its boxes of 01 sauces 20 barrels of apples spruni throiuli tho trup nuuin i tons ol po lemons 1H boxes ol oranges Deepito the lw liiuitinu the spectator laoes 21 barrels ol Hour N Y Sun full lifiien hundred wunesieii tli to lilt find n mob hllid the streets hit till MmiiiiI liKiil Opinion Stmirt went in liis dtntli nrrajed like n County Y Ilrninbridgn Mundny K q mid to nil outward uidicutionH brili Krooin Ilavo used bnppj to nipt t such n Intp while Diluer Ally Clay Co Tex piih wn Millen red pjid mid wrPtched Ilectnc Hitlers with most happy results Smart died iiielly nod canilj bin neck M brother also was very low with Malaribody Imp Win n IiljPr al Iever and Jaundice but wns cured by heme hrokeii Am satisfied the rnpe hicli formed the timely use ol this medicine ppd the end knot whh tfeii to uiirniel nnd the iioop Klectric llittcis saved his life I Wileoxson of Horse Caw Mr I reluod to nihil ii The knot no fnr un Â¬ Ilo tied ns to be oulj held in place h one Ky adds a like testimony hayingun- Â¬ positively believes he would have died had coil mid tl e rope wm cnuuht directl Dilijer did not it not been for lllectnc Utters der the pi int ol the chin ell 1liis great remedy will wird ol ns move nml it w ik ul fir it thouiht hut hU neck uiiH biuken but n moment Inter it ns cure all Mai trial Diseases iwmI for all Kidney liver and Stomach Disorders w h pen tli it at III Mil IIM Htaiids utii quilled Irice 50c and Till ion tt v 5 W Shorts Cloverport Ky and J A enped the An pIlrelli n of horror crowd hen It w us ical ed lhat II would Witts Hardinsburg Ky Deputy Iiidp to he done oier nuain So fur the ttimnier has not been especi Â¬ Jailer Alf Diivp umisled Ij the oihers ally remarkable for its hub temperatures drew tin- - dunulitii body up through the from Kurope we get u different stnr npt rture niul drRUed it back upon the but liven the inhuhitmits of Russia and all Dilktcr was dud by the lull tiliifortn Kurope have been sullering from and utteied a few iuiulieieul wonla in lie northern When intense heat Tnort cords ol die Central wnn pallid up for hiioiIiit ilrop Obscrvnlory ut St Petersburg show thnt pUcid li on lui liit he n liuineil coliscinus since 1771 there ban not been such a high mid uskdl iiei temperature nt n correcpinding time of Tor iihIh Hake what has happened N Y Sun ihe year I he noose t nine uiidoiieii pliid All tliowlnis On mnt llyniti Hook Miicluiim Aiiliimiitlfl Novelties Ool darn It nenovvl was tho esclnmntlon of n vvnithy ruinl nsliostcoil gaping at tin niitomntlo chawing gum inndilno vtltli tlio Them tlilnfT mister tin n fiimlllnr slot lug to nl standi r nro inlRbty onmitln In tholr Horklnga It nlnt a Imil Wild o Rntno for tbcnins rIIs tho nickels Imt how nlmut tho fellow us chucks In bis last cent mid dont dthls cninf Slot innchliiPM nro mnkliiR their npvir nnro every iv hem nnd In tho most ruilotts Hotels slot ex noivs stands fen Ip places ietauriinls nrnsupplleil with all sorts of de vice on tho slot principle and lellns a vnrleil desoi Iptlon of nicichnndlsp Most of theso ninchlncs nro kept In good order Mug regularly Inspected by tho pro prietors who placo them Hut thoy fre quently dont work ns In tboensoof tho Now Hnmpshlro friend Its often n kiuiio of If It vvoiks you get our pur iKThaps Still tbero cbnso If It doesnt you dont nro thousands who drop In their nickels niul ninko no complaint ovon If tho slot U flovcu ly It Is said that tildes a knack In It nnd Hint tlio thing can lo worked to o chnrni If you know how Scores of Tho candy slot Is In high favor git Is ill op In their coins and giggle ns tho resplendent packages loll out Tlio next In favor Is thochuvvlug gutn slot nnd largely luitroulzod by girls Then Hiiro is tlio foil tain eifiiuiu slot worked wftb n penny which gives outnweo Jetof cologno Tills uniquo contrivance doesnt nlvvns woik but It sometimes gives n K cut for a cent Weighing slot machines with their clock faces nro wild to bo Irregular In their action and n customer neighing would bo piwled to know just what his weight wns by tluo woudciful machines A candy motto shop wns woi king admira bly tho other day ns two young jiooplo ktood Hxxmlng In fiout of It dioppln thulr nlcktjs and laughing over tho piopheclcs nnd In which tho chunks of candy vvcio They must buvohiKnt ut hast I vvinppcd ontlioganio Ixjfoio thoy cxtiuetcsl 1110115b sweetness nod as they wulkeil oir sucking their fingers nnd rccitlii the soft iioiisoiim to each other nn obu v ir in ht Ui Inch ic J to siyt Oml ble sthat slot vlinli Ih Tlo litest nutoirntlu novel liccomoquiton iinzu In nnglmul Is tlio ox pi iced convenient In churches nnd ttmpvia for tho purposo of prov Idlng folks with liyiuti books Thu liox Is a snnll wooden nfToIr with a slide llil On tho Ud there Is till inscrip- Â¬ tion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 v I 11111 liiillillna Association Tltoio nrc nt present lolnj liuiluW wlllilii iiiiulliwof ten inllraor tlio New Vnrb rllv I nil nlmtit rtovelitv if llllRO CO oporntlvo Iottceriis iiioatof tlicm Inning ut tlirco boon orKutilrcil within tlio yenns It U itltimlcil Hint noitt 110000 icuIimI elllier rn linidntn jiwiple nrc IiiI or Ikiiiiu Imililcrs In Dicliitiil tho co oporntlvo raliiRH nnd biillillng move incut lias ininlo vvott icrftil progress The rcglstriirn reixirt ordoreil by the Iioiiro of coiiiinotirt which in published In Tho Iltilhlinu HcKietlca Onrctto of Itnlon contains n cntcftil nimlyHlH of the woik chino by tho build lui nssixliitlons In the IIiIHhIi Isles din Â¬ ing the yciir 1887 Considerable pro gross In rJiovv to lime been iiiiide In the ojionitioiis during tlint yenr and tho hits Coon Increnwil minilior of tneletli from 8207 to UolOliinlng Wiii mem Iters ns ngnlnst 581081 In I860 Tlio In como was JW 111077 or iiiorly n hnlf million mote thtm during the preceding car To uhoiv tho 1e1l progiesn thnt llieso bk lotic into mtido In the United Kingdom the coinpai Isous nro mndo lw tweon the letiiinsof 1878 nnd 1867 cov ering 11 pel lod of nlno youra Tito figures nre test tsrs 71 Wis NuniUTcfsoelitlcs OXII CU41 NumUrof uiemlxri 11 1 Â¬ I Dim toshaiehoSdcM ft40tllJ lIUBd Tho inornnsed receipts nro h wn In Dighnul WiiUm nnd Sootlaiul wlillo the Irish fcocli th niiovv n falling off of 10 40J only ns iignliLst 47a l In tho year Mr Michael J Hrovvn In preceding llio lltlliulelphla ledger snys It U roiilldetitly expected that tho building iiFhiKlntfoni of the United Rtntes Including tlio building widely laud comiMiilets wheio houses nnd lots nic being pilu for on tho Itu ttillment montldy plan number over 1000 with asoots nveriglng not le s tlian 980000 or ngiaml total of IM000000 exceeding that of rngland helatul Seotluml and Wnlcint Icabt e70000000 Dining tho tnit twenty four yeniii It Isoulto possi Lie that tlio building ok oclatlmm of tho United Htatea have linreil over to inent il t f tined lc h r wnliiii uvti Ik t b In 1 ash eta - Imotodeposllors Morla OKii asset fntM85 8J0JIU5 H7li9 COIIHM IJMVH CllUWI Cnutloiis About Shopping In Jrnnce Iwouldndvifio my countrywomen nbrond to tnko good heed ijs to what they 1110 ubout Uforu giving ciders to Im Isiati tradwqico plo Never go shopping dear ladles except to tlio Hon March or tho Magnsln dil tnivre whero goods nro spread out to bo looked nt and tuny tiooxmnbiist nnd pihtl accoidlng ly Never onler nn thing to bo mado un less you bavo definitely decided on tho prlco nnd stylo of tbo nrtlcle and nro fully certain that you wont It Nov cr send goods back or try lo clinngo tlicm after thoy nro onco purchnved That courso of proceeding Is contrary to IliioiK an Miles and customs tho trndeseoplo aro not used to it and nro npt to lesent It And though this latest coso on recoul that of Nleo and Menlono presents tho chnincler of a most iinjustlllablo outrago on a iai ly of American ladles It must bo confessed that In at least hnlf tho Instances 1 bavo piisonnlly known tho buyers wero nt fault and not tho trndospcoplo Also American women when thoy como to Europe mo npt to go shopping on n most haphazard plan esieclally in tho way of or dering dl esses They will not stop to get Information about the dressmakers thoy dcslro to pa Iron lo from any ixrson etierlcnccd In such matters but they will order fiom women who carry pattern goods nbout to tho hotels nlwnsa most ilskycoitrsoof proceeding or thoy will drop In nt tho list shop thoy como nci oss that has pretty dresses and wrnps lu tbo window and will iccklcsssly leave their 01 clcrs without innllug n single Inquiry ns to tho chin actcr of tho establishment they bavo mado up their niltnls to pn tl onlze In nlno cases out of ten theso tempt ing pattern drosses luvo been bought of bomo ono of tho great diessmnkcrs of Pails and not n stitch was over set in them in tho houso vv herein they nro show n Bo tho foreign customer Is npt to bo n good deal disappointed in tho stylo nnd ninko of tho garments when they ni 0 sent borne lnrls liOtter In Phila delphia Telegraph Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What is ICAST6RIAI CnsiorigisiJDr Snpriorto Castor Oil rnrogorlo or Wnrontlo Syriuis ChUdrinory for Ciiitnfial Mlf llnnis of Mothers bins Cnotorla InftmtitMij Cfilldrong Complaints Snml PHcIinr old linrmloss nntl qnlcfc enro for Caslorla nires Colic ronstlnatlon t Hour Htotnarli Dlarrlura Krnetntlnn llfos heallliy slcv also nlils ellgcwtlon t Without narcotic stujn faction I recommend Castorla for childrens complaints as superior In any prescription known to me It A Aticurn M D 111 So Oztont St IJrooklyn NY Tine CxNTAon CowrAsv 77 Murray GU Now York VVV11THV OUERBACKER 1SASASAGILMORE - CO Wholesale Grocers 31 6z 321 T77- - nEaisn St- KY LOUISVILLE SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS ll v s miik init lliii-ilcri-- aiiii to riuvr 1 1 - Â¬ but were natui rcbting I Iut one tieiuij In llio tiox and ot iiccs for I it in and 1 rved then n s nafo twok tiln Hie use of a li Bhellcrduring the heat of the d iv Theso many wrre It Is quite a Rcleiitidc rrraiigemcnt nnd primitive foitrts Thotho home of ro writer well IMflcR w 01 ks easily When tho penny Is placed In niembom of irdi llio delight experienced in gotho bo It nets on uspring which tin ows open ing to tho w5da in the spnn of the tlio slide lid ilNclosing tho hymn liook Tlio ear and listening to tho sons ol the na penny drops down n bceict slit in tho lid mid tive wnrblenaathoy tetunied fiom their lovv nnd sectned fiom 10 Is hidden from winter juartera at tlio bouth The hhiill niovul It seems almost llko a ictloctlon 011 whlbtlo ofthe quail was as fnmillfr to tlio vvoihliicis for tho nittoniatlo Ue iuty of tho can of tlio faurers an household tho woi kmnushlp Is that tho door or lid can- Â¬ words 1 hoi cream of the blue jay tang not bo shut until tho c igcr himself takci the through the forcut cleat and loud llio coin out when tho liiiin lxiols is uphcol many f podis of woodpecker weio In and tho door Is fastened Thero is nl watched with Intenso interest ns ilicutor Insldothoboz whlehtliows how many thoy glided up and down tho trunks been put In so that even tho cigcr coins huvo tlio of cor and nnon ticca has to bo honest rapping with irresistiblo force Vtlth What tho futui oof tlio slot nnil lldu their powerful lxakM and frequent- Â¬ niny bo who can tell Pcrlmpj when pneu ly drawing forth homo hvgo grub mntlc ttilKM boconio ni popular ns tclephonoa ttiat liad licen eapplug tho hfo of tomo and aro attachul to our houses and storai monarch of tho forcrt wlillo wntchlog sliojiplng will boilono by dos elopnKMits of tho thcoo cvct InduAj Imia and useful lilnb slot nnd slide a scarlet tanagcr like a lash of flic or Diop a dollar in tho slot and rccclvo our somo other blight Mid would flit by groceries lor tho duy may somo dayboiu lmppy and beautiful How ii it now common us luo cauls An Kuglish church Tho woodmans ax nnd tho pot hunters has already 01 del csl COO uutonmtlo slide h nui gun can tell tho Bad story Tho birds book boxes for ita fico seats have gono no home no icGting place Who will lo tho man to start a pneuino no safety anyw hcrol automatic slot or slide delivery compuui Tho birds thatwero bo common fifty Boston Ulobo ears ago wcro mostly Inbect eating birds and destroyed millions of noxious insects nnd wero of Inestimable aluo to tho Girls Kept 111 Case United States Consul Grlllln stationed nt farmer nnd tiller of thoBolL Hen tho Sydney N S W tolls of a rcmurltnblo custom grain eating hirda consumed n largo number of larvu Tho humming birds of tho Inhabitants of Now llrltuln ns follows Tho Inhabitnnts it Is sold by Wallace bavo Mipposed by many to tubsist wholly upon n peculiar cuitom of coiitlnln their girls in honey consumo many small beetles and thrips and thereby confer n benefit to cages until they nro old enough to bo mar Vichj Magazine peculiar to tho Hoi 1st lied This custom Is said to good purporcfl 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1111 1 Fity jeai oy ever frri ii Tip a d n ulu 11 in had eciutcrn nilJe Itotn five to twenty tcrca of v odlard Thcie lands not only tened m iy edhcr i lltl lull I l Cocoiutits Saved tlio Steamship Tho steamship Nantlcokc Cnpt A Hard ing from Iluatn11 arrived thoother day Bho presented tho npeaianco ot having passed tin ough u bin lenue and only tho pilot Iioito nnd n small jiortlcn of her cabin was left standing Tho steamship left Dnlthuoi 0 on Mnrcli 13 for Cat atnsco w Ith a load of emigrants After discharging thero sho loaded tin co w ecks ago nt Huntmi n cat go of linnnnas and cocoanuts nud n fow plantains They left lluntan with llfty scven tons of English coal supposed to lio sulllclent for ten or twelve days an With Amci lean cml it requited but flvo or flvo and n hnlf tons a day whereas with this English coal they consumed fiom nlno to nine and n half tons Tho captain discovering his coal would not hold out to leach Mobile started for tho Dry Tortugas They who then 183 miles west of thnt point when tho coal gavo out Hulk heads Hfo pieservers mnttressci old ropo oils varnishes flv 0 bales of oakum tho roof of tho cabin and hatches wcro each In turn used in making steam Plnally by using 3000 coneoanuts they wcio enabled to each Dry Tot tugns Mobllo Ala Cor Times Dcmocint Â¬ 1 1 1 FULTON AVE BREWERY lETrairLSville Ind Brewers aiid Bottlers of PILSENEREXPORTBEER Messrs Gregory M Co Agents Cloverport Ky St uigliteitnc Iltrtls In franco Tho wholesalo slaughter of birds in tho iiiiino of fashion is hav lug 11 most cmai liable cfTcct In Franco Illthci to thnt country has lecn a fav onto summer bomo of tho bvv allow s ouch year enmo over from Africa which whero thoy bad sjvnt tlio winUr In count- Â¬ less liosta Their phujuigo being In great de mand for ndUlrxW uses a fow oUsi ago a plan wns devised for killlnr tlMn by thou- Â¬ sands u Itliout In Jul lug tlielr skins or fcathci s Hugo systems of electric vvlies heavily Basijm Spring ssAsoisr Stock Farm of ias9 chaiged weio stretched along tho southern coast jkii tlculai ly nliout tho mouths ot tho Ithone where tho biids arrived In greatest Wearied by their long flight numbers across tho Mediterranean tho swallows eagerly alighted on tho wlre3 to rest and wcio Instantly struck dead At lost however they bavo learned wisdom nnd aro not only av oiding tho deadly w Ires but nro shunning tho shoiesof Pinnco and dltccting their flight to moro hospitable lands Meantime there Is a gient Incrcaso in tho number of gnnts nnd other Insects on wheh thoy wero accustomed to feed Now York Homo Journal Â¬ follow Tiotting Stallion LENOX CUYLER at Ilasin Spring Fium Tcims tt5ocj to iiibinc a live colt Saddle nml Harness Stallion ROYAL DENMARK at Basin 12 00 to insure a live colt Spiing Faun Tonus Saddle and Harness Stallion MONTE CRISTO at Rockvalc in cbaige of Mr Joe Jones Tonus 1000 to insuic a live colt For cii culai s gi iug full pedigi ecs notice of colt bow etc address Having purchicd llic interest of Mr John A Cone in the above Stock Cum 1 beg to announce to my patrons and llic public in general Mint my bleeding stock will be located dining the picscnt fecason as W W WILLIAMS ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION the objects of this organisation they nro en- Â¬ titled to and shall Imvo Issued to each of them one thousand shares of tho capital stock and snid stock so issued shall be issuod ns paid up stock Witness our hands this tho 8th day cf July I 1 thopcoplo of New Diitnln Tho cages aro mndo of tw igs of tho palm tree and tho girls nro put into them when 2 or 3 years of ago Tho Hov Georgo Hi ow n established a Wis lo nn mission in Now Hi Italu in lb70 nnd I Ieai n from him that theso cages nro built In sldoof tho houses pud that tho girls oro never allowed to leave tho houso under any circumstances The houses aro closely fenced in with a sort of w Icker w 01 k mado of roods Ventilation under tho circumstances is rendered difficult Tho girls aro said to row up strong nnd healthful In splto of theso dUad- Chicago Tribune antnges Â¬ Â¬ J US E Dovis who would lime ilmtuhl jch teidii that I would Iiidp to fuller thin wiij V I his hows it was nil wrong Oiillini then to Ilirukey Ilender ho j find Wlill Kor ds it right this lime Huh rquind in nil sake Tied see llmt they lix at i IH Hp mil ucb iini oclock tho drop fell tho spcond 1 he in w rope nlno mphiiciI relucl liiped n it to do Us duly nnd tlm knot cleir around to tlin buck ol bi nook The mid tlm work li Omi tightem d however w miotic Knur minutes alter tho full liU pub p heal lJO lo tlio minute nnd in six Hue your renders that I hnvo a positive remedy for Hy ils timely the nbove tnmeJ disease use thousands ot hopeless cases have been permanently cured I shall bo glad to seni two bottles ol my remedy kukk to nny nl vour renders who have consumption 11 they will send me their express nnd pnBt ollice Respectfully uddress T A ShOCUM M C 181 Iearl St New York oiikiiniillon Surel tnreil Ti tiik lniToit lleose inform r ir minutes the hnting wna eighty mid icry liicble In thirleui inluiilei llierrt wns no pulse petcpptiblo lit tin wiisi mid the lienrl beat win very fmble mid grnduully iliuJ At iiM oclock twenli four inin iiway u m nfter the drop ell he was pronounced dead nn u few feionds later lie was ut down It Iriimtend Senorn KyfajB Mr My thildicn have HOinetimes had boih and with mid other igns of blood impuritins lost of nppptite etc lit which times I have fou tul Swilts Specific n i n out successful re- Â¬ medy In no Instance failing to i IIect li sprrdy and perm inent cura n ercftt bles4ltn lo Swills Specilio Inunmiity snjs Mr I 12 Ionian ol Ti Ilrvil Slrect Nunhville IVnn lor it cur od me iif rheumatism of a very bid type with liicli I had been troubled for three S S S curid mu after or four years had ovhaiisUd every lliing eUe I 1 1 John Wanainaccr of Ihiln lelphi i cur- Â¬ ries uinrlgngns on bis prcperty In the At fi st sight it 1177500 umouiitof would look as though Mr Wminmnker were pegging iiloi g under a very heavy burden It is estimated however th it tho sales at 20000 000 his Philadelphia store reach annually nnd that he in ikes a net profit ol fi 000 000 a car Irom them TtMIIIPkkCU IllllllgX Joseph A Hamilton Druggist Hum- Â¬ Your C C O Cer boldt Teiin writes lain hill tint is as good ns I want have used it in in family with good reIt is palatable for children a reli- Â¬ sults able niiliilotu and a splendid preventative Sold by O W Short 1 Â¬ A llctlin of IHIijoctto ridiculous rigidity of Spanish eouit ctiquctto was nnswerablo lor the death of Philip III He waa busily en SjjJTxTHE BESTCI233j gaged with Ida dispatches nnil state EAS 1ESJ papers and tho day being cold a great ought braier of burning coaLj u an bicUxxj Into to his tho room and bet dow ti bo majesty that toon his royal faco was P AND THE CHEAPEST Itwnonot In his bitlied in poreplrntion now over to imu tautt or comnature plain niul bo ho sat In patience enduring tho excessive heat until tho Mm quia ol Iobar one of tlio gentlemen of his cham- Â¬ ber perceiving how seriously ho was in- Â¬ Itouil Tax Iujlng Ills convenienced told tho Duko of Alba an ago a Duckflcld man About twenty ycais other of tho loyal body guaid to remove noted for bis throw dncss was attacked by tho brazier No said the duke that wan Conceiving tho idea as ho tlio duty of tin Vines chief btoward the tho smallpox was convalescing that it would bo a good DuUo ot Ucseda who waa accordingly timo to dlsposo of his load tax ho took his sent for Unfortunately ho vrua not at stall hi 0110 baud and shouldering bis boo hand and beforo ho mado his appear IIUo tho aneo tho king waa bo heated thntncit started for tho scono of operations Tho men prodigal lio was seen afar off day fever supervened which noting on a began to tluow up tholr heads and snllf tiou naturally fervid constitution turned to I svvow Jose bio Tho surveyor snug out ctysipohifl and then tho victim of etithey aro of aid of y o Cant help It says quette died Ucntlemann Mngnzine Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co Ju son I rmvo got to work out my tax Say Juso if youll go back Ill cioss out Tlio Women of Rrent 111 I tain 3STO All light your tax sns Jason And Thero nro 8000000 moro women in If wo can tnl 0 tho vvoul of Tho Oxford DemGreat JJntain than men fhirty Roven ocrat for It tho tax was ciossed out per cent of all tho women of tnarriago III Id - IJfrcct Theres nothing llkotiiklngadviintao of onos ablo ago In Hnglaud mo unman led Low Utou Joui nal opportunities Fully one half of tho women of the edu Â¬ At 600 oclck A M Sunday May 12 1889 of cated lilhile f laifl gentlevvimicl llm Truth A Ijoii t It lu ilk e eio wit 0 tin ImIiiIj Wttt llultlul TlllilH lit llllllllf TfiiXUi v f tle day Leum i Thero nro two sots of nitlclos oonsuiitly UI1 AND win xo inLing afloat 0110 going to show luo enormous com nbro il I it 1I1 oituiK STATIONS KXIIIKSS KXIIIKSS pensations of authorship nnd tho other to Wnjuanil iieauot contnt in Tliin bvUnIonloiiitLuuUveAr llOru dcmoustinto that tho pen does not save its illiito ue ci iii U pn 111 liiititill ICcntuoky htrtct IL55 750 H Tlio truth Iks wielders fiom stni viitlou Alius House iue upon li v ill no Ion in themd tho tl ii Involved main thiugcs midway and tho facts aio that a trtil vor Ileimuro llldgo Park sntllo w liter orustiong w liter in 0110 linn tentuioo of bucli n lioiele ef maiden eld Valloy gets roll Kild but that the majority who teid Women ununcd to lifting a linger McudoiT I awn being thrown in over lllvcr View Btiivoto vviltofor the iosk fall of tiicccwi lot IhcmsclieB eve West lulnt 8 10 1215 simply liecniiso it Is out of their Huo line of in riislng nuumcra on their own re Uock llnvei 116IUM JUU I17 education nnd Thcv have Uen Uoughtupto Bouives woilt Theyuio uulltted bung branch 1118 llsil practice nnd ktmvont It II W Glider of ii lenuinciativo occupation llioyhavo V18 Ucllon no lmslncb experionce U8 Thoy huvo no Tho Century receives fJOOCOa year A niello 1I2U bkron tlJS They sluink Willi a painhuiincuH ideas Rives makes nltont 10000 Howells receives U M lumen 1120 fiom tho Hnrjicis 10000 Jllss Mmfiio is ful Fcnsliiviiiosn Horn contuct with a 1111 Irvltigtun Mil llicio mo said to earn 1000 and othets reap fiom tough and tumhlo woi Id WoUter IUI Uil Ihila 1UU2 11500 to15000ormorocnilys but tho list thousands on thousand of tlicm 1odiliujg lUil Is not n long 0110 St IiilsGlobo Dcmocint delphii Times 10 JS Pierre 1010 5Vsv Tho Â¬ wmwii riL Â¬ Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE 11- 8 iiui con 1 1 1 Â¬ 1 The Inlornal Rovetiio collections for ihe year ending Juno HO ninnuiited liiIJ0 8I5 112 morn than 120 000000 of which wcto tuxes levied 011 spirits fermented liquors tobacco and cigars Tho twent fourth annual convention of thn Kentucky Sun lay Schoi I Union will be held al Iaducai Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday August 20 21 nnd 22 -- t Mr It u use I Myrick of the linn of Myriik A Ilendorson lort Stnllh Ark fnys h wishes to odd his testimony to I ho tliou- stinds which have already been givin in to Hphiijh ho derived the Swifts Spocilic most signal bent fit from ils in it to euro pilifitl bolls and sores rcsullin from itn puro blood When taken fur a fnw days potash mix Â¬ tures impair the digestion take uwnv the appetite am dry up tho gastric j iices which hniijil assist In digeating and assliu ilming tho food Swifir Specific hai just iini opposite cllt ct it improves digestion brings uppHlti nnd builds up ho general health prloo U nuniufactuml Tho refuso cotton is plncol In iiUxun chambers nnd a no-Â¬ tation of blsulphato of carbon on being pumpod Into theso vessels disengages tho oil and grcaso and after travorslng sovoiol hoatod coppers tho grcaso Is soon converted Into tho varnish from which printing Ink U made Now York Telegram ducod Ink from Co tli Waste Until lately cotton vrasto has been cleanses from tbo oil and reusod tho grenso being con sldertsl as useless nnd thrown away It has how over licen found thnt tho oil thus de stroyed can lio mndo nftcr very simple treat inent to lold first class printing Ink nnd It has been ascertained that ono ton of this spent vvnsto yields 1400 pounds of oil from hlch Ink of mi Improrod quality and n to 11 rrlntir 3Ic3lcni Dtllcnr Mexlcano havo n nice delleato way of raying oven unpleasant lliingn A young Mexican lady UlLlug with a pikowr in tlio jienltcnliaiy politely nakuli How long do jou qxnct to bo away fiom home A lawyer lo IJosIco writes politely of a certain eonor 1 huvo wiltten to Bcnor about tho elociunontii and I am awnltlng his reply Ho lion not nnsweitd although thero has Wn plenty of time 1 hear lio I1I111 10111 10 3U om 8 1052 llltl lllliK 1215 1225 12411 12 tu U It Samplo btenlionMiort Halt Cloverport Skllltmu Iliiwisvlllo Kiilcon 1UID 10I0 11122 1001 Vi VAH U 22 120iU Arr jail and that of course handicaps Youthn Com Â¬ to como extent panion Is In 111 121 bowlcport Powers 1iito Uivonilioru Stanley lYortblngtun gpottavillo 851 837 Lvo H Utl 2Vam H01 llmkott 725 7H 751 llOi xArr llcnilcrnon Ivo 710am THE LOUISVILLE Ii ST LOUIS AIII LINE llomiittd askod to uamo tho happiest day of his life would not think of that eventful morning w hen lio laid asldo skirts and put on trousers tho insignia of manly dignity Tho Boston Homo Joui nal tells of 0110 child who boro this now honor with apparent In dllfoienco for a vvbolo duv but wns viry un- Â¬ willing to take elf bis beloved trousers at Ilo would boa strango boy who on being H A ST h It It SHORTEST QUICKEST A loirlrul Conclusion v She What ilon u Chinaman call hU sweetheart I wonder I D vey uppo Ho Yni know they Heak pigeon Ilngllsh Ny Y Sun Iteuiein Tim picnic season is nt haml berlheNkWri ollice when you want bills printed Subscribe for the HiociaMtiniK Nihr Itoblii Vanquishes a Cut Tills morning a young robin In trying to fly from Its newt In ouo of tbo tall trees In ft out of tho court houso fell on tho grass libit A largo cat sprang Into tbo yard nnd taking tho bird Into Its mouth started with It toward tho barn Tho bird gavo a cry w lieu tho parent robin flow from tho troo and at Â¬ tacked tbo cat with such firmness that puss dropped tlio bird Tho cat then backed up against tho fvneo nnd show ed fight Tho old bird not one bit dismayed with bill vsldo ojwi feathers rufllod and screaming with rage struck tho fellno twice Tlio fur flow Tho cat was so frightened that it ran away as fast as It could and crawled under tbo Kingston Freeman corner of a bullillnj A AND 11KST LINK TO St Louis Evansville I AND AIiIilOINTS West and South West Time card in Effect Dec IiV 16 night When bo hud yielded to pel suasion nnd was snugly tucked hi bed lio looked up to say with eiuphaslsi Mamma pleaxo put away those skirts and never let me coo tlicm again I Of all tho actions of n mans Hfo his mar Â¬ riage does least concorn other eoplo yet of all actions of our Ufa His most meddled with by other people Soldcu Ioulivlllo 845 nia 900 n tn lilO prn 7i25 Arr St bouls 7ll5 950 pm Kvamvlllo 225 For further Information call on or uddrcti JOS S 0DI0RNE lenl luii Agt rouuvllle Ky B L BnYANT fruv Iungr Agt Loulivlllo Ky Know nil men hy these presents thnt tho 188U H A Ilnishour Jmnos 11 ha II A Hrnshoar Jnmes II Lay L lulilatcin Jnmes J Ilaynosnnd It A Mil Â¬ L Holdstein James Q Ilayncs ler hnvu imsoclntcd themselves tutetltr ns a ltrubcn A Miller bodv pollllc under nnd hv vlrtuo ot tho pro visliiiis ul Chapter 511 of llio gonerul statutes of tho Cuiniiiunwcalth of Kentucky nnd Imvo INCORPORATION NOTICE adopted tlio followlni nrliclesol incorpuratiun 1st llio nnue of siild corporution shall bo The undersigned persons have associated The fetciihenrpurt Has and Mineral Co 2nd llietuld corporation shall huvo per- Â¬ themselves together this the 10th day of July petual Kuccesulon nnd uiuy suo and bo sued in 1889 as n corporation undor Chapter ff dene Its corporal iiiiino rul Statutes 1st Tho names of tho corporators ure George id It uay huvo 11 ooiiiuinn seal nnd miiy Jamison I M Murehsll l M Mctllothlun tbo sumo nt ploiisuio alter Ith llio shares or Intcreats of stockholders A M llardiu nnd K C Klchnrdson 2nd Tho namo of tho corporation shall ho shall he Irancforablo only 011 tho luNiks of the hull decido bow Tbo llreckenridgo Trenton Hock UasCouipary eoiopnny and the directors bo miide nnd its principal place of business Stophens su h transfer shall Mh llio private property of stockholders port Kentucky until othorwiso changed by tho and members sbnll be exenpt from liubillty for board of directors 3d The business of this corporation shnll bo corporate debts purchasing leases or Inndu leasing lands boro Ilili lba said comp iny shall have power to Ing wells lor gas oil salt water and other valu- Â¬ J transfer property mako contracts uiulro nil poeticising In their respects tlio 111 1110 rights able substances nnd the use manufacture nnd sale of such products iiunrrylng lithographic thnt individuals now enjoy 7th llio said cumiunv shall buve power to volltlo cement nnd bltumenous rooks nml tho establish by laws und make rules mid regula- Â¬ preparation manufacture nnd salo of sand or und tho mining of precious tions deemed necessary nnd expejiont for the their products uinnnguiicnt ol Its nllalrs not inconsistnnt with metals coat or miner lis und tho production the constitution or laws ol tho Stato or of the and sale of them nml their products nnd the laying of conduit pipos and the transportation United Mutes btb the prlnclpul place of transacting busi Â¬ of oil gas or other vnluable substances 1th The capital stock of said company shall ness shall be ut Stepliensport In llrcckenridgo county Kentucky und tlio general nnturo ot bo one million dollars It shall bo divided Into the business proposed to bo transacted is to shares of one hundred dollars each and Its stock when Issuod by the company shall he develop produco utilise convey and tell nnt fully paid up nnd non sssessnblo In the hands ural gus potrolcum coal or other minerals that may be upon or that may coino Irom nny of the stock holders thereof Suld stock to be company may own or Icaso transferred only nn the books nf the company lauds which said acquire or contract In uny wy nnd to these and upon surrender of tho original certificate 6th Tbo buslncs nllalrs ot this company onus until eompnny mny drill bore and main- Â¬ tain wells mako excavation und may contraet shall bo iiianagad by a beard of directors con Â¬ sisting of not less tlinn flvo nor more then seven nnd ocrnto derricks building machinery who are to bo elected from tho stock holdors gasometers tanks pipe conduits receiver annually on tho second Tuesday In July At and other Improvement wurchouno Dtli Ihe capital stock of aid company shall all elections hold by this corporation the hold Â¬ lo Ono Million Dollars divided Into shares of ers of Its stock shall ho entitled to one voto for each share of stock hold by them und mny vote one hundred dollars each nnd It shall be sub Tho scrlltiJor and paid In nt the times upon the the same either In person or by proxy directors when elected shull hold their offices suljcct to llio conditions prescribed terms olid The directors sbnll for the term of one year or until tbelr succes- Â¬ by tho board cl directors bavo power tu issue said stock or causo it to ho sors nre eloeted and qualified oach board ot Issued ut uny price or tor nny conslderntion ns directors when elected shull organise by electing to them and pluce it or any a president vice president secretary und treas Â¬ may soiin part of It on the nun ket for sale or use It In urer the ollice of secretary und treasurer may for grants rights leases or property be held by ono und tho samo person nnd mny piyment or may not be stock holdors purchased or in uny wuy obtulnod The bonrd may 10th The company may begin business ns appoint nnd employ other olllcers or agents soon as these article of incorporation shall be necessary for the companioj business lib The Incorporators lodged for record in tbo clerks ollice of tho hereinafter named County Court and shall con- Â¬ shall constltuto tho board of directors fur the llrcckenridgo ensuing year or until their succossor aro elect tinue twenty fivo yeurs from that ditto Uth Tho a Hairs ot tlio corporation shall be od nnd qualified as herein provided 7th Iho board of dlrcotors may onset by Â¬ conducted by a board of directors consisting of live stockholders nnd thero shull nlso bo a laws for the regulation of tho business nlTuiri secretary and general of the company and may altur amend or president treasurer vzlio mny also be directors manage tbnt Is abolish the same as thoy may think proper tJth The highest amount of Indebtedness to selected Irom the board of dlrcetorsnt any time that may he convenient tho Incorporator mny w Llch this company shall at any ono timo sub Â¬ ject Itsolf shulllie ten thousand dollars elect said directors and olllcers nnd thereupon Uth The private property of the Incorpo- Â¬ 0 chosen shall servo until tho first Monday in rators olllcers stock holders and directors of 18V0 or until their succenor nro elected July The regular annual election shall bo held on this company shall be exempt from ullcoiorate tli first Monday In July In each year ut the debts and liabilities lUth This corpoalion began Its exlstonco un ollico of tbo company lu titephciuport Ky and on that day tho stockholders shull electa board the 10th day of July 1B8U and It shall con and said directors shall elect the tlnue fur n term or twenty five years unloss of directors sooner terminated by 1 vote of a majority of Ils olllcers above nnmed und tbo said directors and olllcers shall severe fur the next ensuing stock Uth Lenses an land or other property and year or until their successors are elected and In all elections each share of stock shall bo services performed moy be aeoepted by the board of directors In payment for stock and entitled to one voto tbo stock of said company may be sold by said 12th The highest amount of Indebtedness cither direct or contingent to which the corpo Â¬ board nt such times In such uimmnti nnd on ration shall at any time be subject shall be ten such terms as they way deem best nnd proper Hourge Jamison thousutid dollars 0 M Mctllothlan 11 0 Ulchurdson A M Hardin 13th Tho directors shall prescribe the duties Heo M Marshall define the responsibilities of the prsldent nnd treasurer socretary and gouornl manager 1 Ith A meeting of the stock holders mny be called at any time by the president or by three directors or by ten stockholders and a meeting of the directors may be called at any time by the president or by three directors 16th Tbo Interest or ownership of the prop- Â¬ erty privileges and franchises ot this company being represented by sharts of slock any mem Â¬ FltOM ber may at any time withdraw from the corjx ration by selling and transfering Ms itook 16lb In consideration ofthe time and labor devoted hy tho Incorporators herein named to undersigned t lsi X SHIETSt J D BUY YOUR BABBAGE n V