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THE BREUKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIV IN CLOVERPOET KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY THE MORNING ZOLA ON JOURNALISM AUGUST 14 PERSONS AND THINGS F T ROYAL HEM J sip KlM5 POWD ER Absolutely Pure Thl ponder never vnrlon A marvel of purity strength and wholesomoncs More economical than llio ordinary kinds anil can not lo Hoi it In competition with tho multltuilo of low tent short weight nluiu or phoshhite S iU onfy in cam KoVAI Baking powders lnwiint Co 101 Wall Street Now York KEVE3 FAILS Weep not so sorely mother mine It H not ns If I wero dying ThIII not N death when I renlpn This weary wmch hero Im IjLS Thf Honors illo not w hen they elw And no ono ilivaiiis of heart J earning They may not know but my soul lnnus I shall n alio In tho morning Hid him cotno near who loveu nu ios Prar not I am strong to Kar It 1 haxca ienvo he may not know And I would that hu should sharolt Housed tONiulle when I wasfrny Ilo darvM not weep to bear mo snyi 1 shall annko In Die morning A hand to each mother nnd Jim I know that you ltli arulovem BoaUeanseo when tho e cm tiro dim KtraiiRu how miieh ilyln iiucorura I never know tho wealth of love I had far so llttlo ranihc In realms above Twill not lu When I awako In tho morning Cltir this ior fiiriiiVadorulns lt tiled nnd true ono last nsjuestj lAt mo ko this promlsa keeping That when this foim Is laid ntiiM You will not bin lu your weeping Tho same deur ono who sent mu hero Has vxkcii for my returning Tim passngo Is not worth n tear Wo shall all meet lu tlm morning Wllllim lylu In Iloino Journal Fi lends Tho Story of n llrnrolet Did you lose this Inquired n llttlo plrl of 6omo strniiKCiH who woro picnick IiiK nnir CyproiM Point on tlio Eovoiitcon milo thiVo out of Motitoroy ns kIio liulil up a pretty gold Inncclct it wns dining Oj ovo in 1887 that n party was tnailo up of thoso who took part in tho lectures to enjoy tho ride which is tho great feature of a vibit totho Ancient City by tho Sea To conio to Monterey without making tbo trip would bo on a par with a percon going to Saratoga and not W wrmsrsTSi PLEflSflllT TO TAKE tho Clmutauiimn nsscmbly at Inuillo for Chills nnd Fever Intermittent lteiuittcnr Illllom and Malarial Iever Dumb Ague Kwnmp Fever anil all Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria contain no or tulnliio andean bo given toArcciilc tho inutt dellcato orson witli perfect wifity As a Tonlo for Tired Feeling Loss of Appetite Headache Nervous Depression and ow Hplritx orlglnatlngfrom Malaria lutands ioiio and without a Parallel Perfectly harmless Th only Certain mid Itircclunl Cnro jltici J C Sold by fovggUU Qtnemlly 100 jporijottio CO MENDENHALL tout IKornicToim VVAKSrXLTi Ind V S A SOLD AND WAKllANTED UYJ 3r 1 W SKCOiei1 IN GEOEVicCUBBINS DKAIKK DRY Groceries HARDWARE GOODS Notions Jeweiory TINWARE- - drinking at tbo mineral spiings or spending a vacation at Coney iHland without enjoying a utirf bath In rc spoiiso to tbo cblidH question n gentle man htenped forward and took tbo orna Â¬ ment which hodkeovored bore tbo iiamo of ono of tho young ladies 6tojaiig at El Carniolo together with tbo lurther description that it was presented to her by admirer during her en gagement at tbo Ilaymarket theatre London An inquiry nu to whether any- Â¬ thing bad been lost brought n tutlvu reply but tho gentleman nftefpflving tbo child somo alight reward carefully consigned tbo bracelet to bis ockct ic- servmg a picasani surprise lor tlio oven ing nnd all were apprised of tlio fact that Romething would occur after BUpper which would mako at least ono heart beat for joy Tho trip homo was mado without special incident nnd at last tbo looked for tlmo arrived when ono of tho litter atem a present who bad been appointed to twrform tbo duty called on Miss Eleanor Calhoun tho talented young California and returned her lost keep Â¬ sake which it then becamo known she dropped tbo year previous while lunching at tbo samo spot and tbero it had lain hidden in tho sand to bo turned up by an unknown childs foot during tlio owners next visit San Francisco Bulletin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Keeping Their Ilecmds SALT Lima and Cement AIo gent fur tbo Louisville Evonlng Iost STHlUIKNSPOKT KY h When I eay CuitE I do not mean merely to flop them for a tlmo and then liavo thorn ro luin again I MEAN A KAD1CAL CUKU I havo mado tho disease of FITS CA1ARR cold gp i CURE FITS EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS A UfOlong study I wajiiunt my remedy to Cuius tho worst casts llicnusu iithem nivo la no i oason fur not now recci inn a vino failed fecml lit onco for a troatlso and a Kiiuk lion u of my iNrAiiniLK 1Iimidv tlho Kxpics and 1oU Olllcii It costs joil nothing for a will euro you Address trial and it HG ROOT MC 183 PCARLSTrtW YORK El y1mjj l Paris has hitherto been regarded ns tho paradlso of faux incuages and quito a number of foreigners of distinction Imvo been until now accustomed to nllow themselves n lititudo of conduct which would not havo been olerated nnywliero clso No less than half u dozen well known Lnglish noblemen nml nn equal number of ladies of tbo highest rank having liccn living tbero for several years past in what tlio church unldndly describes as u btato of bin Of course they do not daro go near tbo embassies but tbo ladies in question know and visit each other in tho most brazen manner Moreover as far as tho men went whom ono met in their salons they wero tho best and most nmusiug to bo found tiny where ranging from tho Princoof Wules down to tbo most impertinent nttnehe All this has notv lieen put nn end to by tho decree of tbo French govern- Â¬ ment proclaiming that all foreign resi Â¬ dents sbnll reclstcr their names domi ciles and other indiscreet particulars nt tbo prefecturo do jiolico before tbo closo of tlio year Unfortunately tbeso reg- Â¬ isters aro 0en to public inspection nnd while it has hitheito been Kssibio for tbo relatives of tho delinquent ladles to wink nt their more or lesa piolongcd escapades it will no longer bo practi Â¬ cable to pretend to ignore their miscon- Â¬ duct onco it figures In black and whlto on tho juiblio registers of tbo French iHjlice Those agieeablo salons In which tbo chic wit nnd ghuloiserio of tho French grando damo wero blended with tho beauty of faco nnd Iguro of tbo Englishwoman of birth nml breeding will therefore havo to bo closed ami tho presiding deities will bo forced to migrate to Hiiibsels or to lomo other equally tolerant capital Town Topics It Wuh Nuiuril Ilnvo you ever hoard why tho llttlo burg of Unncr Alton Ills has tbo nick name of PioTown It took that queer name in n very peculiar way Along in tho summer of 180 n number of society people from St Ixiuls wero Invited by Bonio Upper Alton pecjilo to go tbero nnd spend n day in wiefal sports Tbo Invitation was not without u lemindor to tho guests to bring up a rupply of things for tho Inner man When tho timo for luncheon came it developed tbo fact that every port on bud brought n goodly number of pies not a hlu lo Kir Eon having n loaf of bread Thennity mado tho best of tho Imprompti dinner without bread At the close of llieiilo feast ono of tho number suggested lio Town as an appropriate iilnLniiiiu for Upper Alton and the little village has carried it ever ninco St 1iult Jlobo Deinocrnt Mow 1 Ilo Snjs tlm lulurlcnir mid Itoiiiiinrer I Jen Jliillur chows up twenty clpars Am Very Timely Uelnteil n tiny Tlicynro called Widow llul It la no nows that St Kmllo 55un tnliran brs weeds much higher low of tho fiiiirtlons of journalism tlinn Is nrVoitoil by tlio majority of It liikps irOOOO n yenrio tllno tho uilteisuf IkkiIs Jiitirmillits will tbcrefora oilleoni of Queen Victorias guard on doubtless rend ullli Interest tho fulltmliig duty at St Juiiies palnco extract fmm n letter to SI Imllo Illnvct Professor Orahnin IJell says that tlio w bleb Is to bo piihlMiud ns nnrefaeo to tlio congenital denf intitra of tlio country fifth volume of tho Vlo larhnjiuiu I remcmlKji Niyg SI Zoln nf tho fury aro increasing nt n greater into tluiti tlio general population of our ilenr nml grwit Flaubert when n re porter presented himself nt Ills house Tho Iumpenn manufactories of electric follow lug days bo did not cenm to uxclalm lights aro being visited forthopurposo with gestures of strong Indignation that bo of lulling n light to boused by tho wns willing to give bis books to tho public pearl Ushers when nt work under but tlmt his house his ieram his wnys of water living nml thinking wero tilings snerod mid Tlio Now York Prison association Invlolabla u blch ha wns resolved to hldo from after long investigation decided thnt liullseriot cm loslty I oiuted out that h tho nuthor of Sluilnmo Uovary tbo chef tlio women convicts should bo cared dumviiMjf our w i Itton romnnco wns tuny for in u separate institution with rules Imj not cry logical In making all this fuss bo nnd regulations of its own rnuso ho found hi JourmilUm tlio samo iro During our civil war city hied men iess of Inquiry which ho hnd himself cm itood long inarches better wero sub ployed In llteiutiira Hut when bis passion ject to less disorders and recovered varrleil blm uwny bo wns not open to logic and bo continued to nliomlnuto reixnters to from gunshot wounds nioro readily tho point of Islng movcil to tears nt tho least limn country bra men P 0 Phillips tho nuthor of tho ortlclo which npieared about him Ah yen Ah in a Iioking Glass lias It must lo said Hint wo ro novel been u soldier a journalist and a themniiccrs who mako our books fiom docti meats nml who only co relnto notes taken on atrical manager nnd ho is now n suc tbo things nnd men about us proceed cessful barrister Ilo has been nioro Identically llku tho JournnlUt studying iietu than onco nsked to stand for parliaullty visiting tho celebrity of tho day ami ment publishing only thu proem verbal of what A Gcitimn scientific journal informs Vo mako uso In our Imnglua- tnk place us that electricity is used in India to tlvo nitlstle creations of tho bivestlgatiou which jotiinullsm brings to Iwar on real proven t snakes from going into dwell Shouldnt wonder now if it farts nml on tho living actors of tlio dally nigs wouldnt prove effectual with boots ihanin Tho two march In step In tlio Intellectual oiolntloii of society nnd tlio samo under peculiar circumstances tool Is In tho bunds of both workmen during Moses Jacobs is probably tlio i chest tho samo hour It Is doubtless tieaiuso of newiiboy in the world Ilo is 18 years this fraternity folt nnd understood by mo lor old and has sold newspapers for tlio a long time Hint far from being angry with last fourteen years on tbo streets of tho now JoiiiimlMii I Imvo always tnkcit n very llvidy Intel est In it I tuny ovcu say Ies Moines lu during which timo 1000 worth of real that Is nil I rend In tho newspapers tho no lie has acquired curato nfcouuts tho look of a sitting or nn estate from liia savings nudlenco tho jiortralts of eminent men taken The courts of California havo de from mitiire tho words nctunlly said tbo cided that n Cliinnmuns qttcuo must places nml tbo sights described Justus they not be cut oil when bo is sent to mo by oyo witnesses I rarely read without piisoubut thoyuro cut oil just tho anger or fatlguo a lending nrticlo while am same No warden will allow that a never tired of learning facts heathen pig tuil is nioro sacred than In gixnl sooth tho part of registrar of American unpluitcd hair Inrislnu Hfo Is not nn easy ono and whnt Tlio emperor of Gcriimny receives a makes It harder U tbo fashion In which somo 750000 and wants it in- peoplo dlsclmrgo It Do you know that tbero salary of Is necessary for It nil tho literary qualities ci cased ton million Porn man who Intelligence spirit tact a stylo neat nnd has not been in the business not much frank un ni t of getting straight to tho point nioro than six mouths tho young em without getting hoyond It Havo j on realperor 1ms remarkable coiilidenco in ized what a illfllcult tuk Is there mid tbo Ids ability mid n good estimate of his morn so liecuaso you ninko a man speak to own pcrHmul worth whom you lend your stylo nnd whom you Miss Adelo Aus dor Oho is Laid to compromise nt pleasure If you mako him say that which ho has not meant to say To bo havo played on tbo piano with both mechanically nccurato Is nothing It Is neces- Â¬ hands nt tho tender ngo of It She II Dacio sary to taka account of tlio touo with which licnid somo ono nluviutr tho jihrnses havo been spoken to nsslgu them and seating her elf ut tho instrument their truo vnluo to do tho samo with tho hour rattled oil that brilliant wnltz in a and tho circumstances In n word tlio task is manner that mado wcrv ono who tho most ilinicult mid thu most thankless beau her stand ugapo with wonder Again what misery often It Is necessary to Students beforo being admitted to havo experienced It to havo spoken without tbo university of Mississippi aro re mistrust nnd to find lu tlio morning onos quired to appear beforo a board of phrases printed to rcnllzo tho disaster of find and answer whether ing n woi d out of Its plnco It is right nml It professors firearms about themthoy or is wrong Ono speaks lu fragments nil logic have any whether somo person or persons had has dlsnpisnrcd tho phrnso which follows any in keeping for them If so they contradicts that which went before To cor rect It Is Impossililo that only makes Ono must bo delivered un before tho apmore ridiculous Tlio best way is to Indorse plicants nro declared lull Undents Hull without a complaint Hut I confess I Somo of tho leading citizens of slmro a llttlo of Flauberts anger against tbo Washington havo determined to Information by hook or by crook of our con found a national park in tho Rock temporary Journalism Loudon Glolia Crock valley ono of tho most piat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dark sluggish waters covered with n perpetual mist nnd breaking in slow heavy sepulchral toned waves upon the bench It seems as If tho smoko of tho wicked cities wns yet ascending up to heaven nnd ns If tho moan of their fear- Â¬ ful sorrow would never leno that Uod smitten valley It Is a strango thing to boo those waves not dancing along nnd sparkling In the sun ns other wares do but moving with measured melancholy nnd sending to tho ear as thoy break languidly upon tho rock only doleful sounds This is no doubt owing to tho great heaviness of tho water a fact well known and which we amply verified In tho usual way for on attempting to swim wo went limiting about liko empty casks This experiment wns nioro satisfactory in Its progress than in its results which wero n ery unctuous skin and a most pestiferous stinging of every nerve ns If wo bad been beaten with nettles Nor was the water we took Into our mouth a whit less vilo than tho most nauseous drugs of thu apothecary That llsh cannot live In this btrong solution of bitumen nnd salt is loo obvi ous to need proof but to say that birds cannot ly over it nnd live is one of the exaggerations of travelers who perhaps wero not liko ourselves so fortunato as to uce a Hock of ducks reposing on the water In apparently good health And yet this was all tho llto wo did see The wiiolo valley was ono seething caldron under a moro than tropical sun God forsaken and man forsaken no green thing grows within it and It remains to this day us strlklngn nioniinientof Oods fearful judgnieiituiis when tho llro from heaven devoured tho onco mighty cities ol tho plain Missionary Herald Â¬ Uliiidtts of tlio Dead Sea One ot the most Interesting lakes or Inland sens in tho world Is the Dead sen which bus no vislblo outlet It Is not mere fancy that lias rlothod tho dead sea In gloom Tho desolnto shores with scarcely a gieen thing in sight and scat tered over with black stones and ragged driftwood form a fitting frame for the Â¬ IMPORTERS AND RETAIhv iH -- w jH NOTIONS 109 III Main C Si GWENSBORO KY See what we are giving away One of thofe Tickets given with every dollars worth of gnoils yciu pur clmso for CASH 8 Tickets given jou ii Sliver Plated Sugar Shell worth l nn 5 10 Tickets git cs you a Butter Knife worth s I 50 lJ Tickets given jou a new stylo Iaeo Pin worth 25 Tickets glcs you n fct of Hugcrs Taupnons worth aim 115 Tlikctd gives you a set of Uogers Knives worth 170 M Tickets given you a set of Rogers Forks worth 3 75 fi 110 51 Tlekct gte ynu a fet of Rogers Tahlcfpoons worth 1011 Ticket glc you an elegant Walnut Right Day Clock 1 Not So Itml us Wo Seem HEAD ft Try tho SOS CuK York on More limn Tho touching tnlo of Hill Raker and tho schooner Flying Scud U told by tho Port Â¬ land correspondent of Tho Boston Globe Years ngo Cupn Hill mado a trip us mnstcr of n Slaluo schooner and was but n fow miles out when down sho went to tho bottom Baker nnd tho test had but llttlo tlmo to get Into their boat nnd pull out of tho way Thoy might havo got to land nil right but lieforo night tliero was a storm of no common mag nitude ujxm them nnd right glud wcio thoy when they wero picked up by tho schooner Flying Send commanded by old Copt Jere miah Smllh That worthy shipmaster ro- colved them gladly for ho was rather short handed dipt Hill wns taken to tho cabin given a gluss of rum nml Informed thnt ho could net ns second mate In vain Hill nsked tbo captain to go hack with them In vnln ho pleaded that his wlfo would lio half killed If ho didnt nppcor Capt Jeremiah Smith laughed at him and Rill bad to stay It was a long voyngo and eight mouths Intervened lieforo ho returned to Maine Hut meantime bo was given up foe dead nml exercises In bis memory wero held In church It was whispered that nmnto of n West Iudinman m thinking seiiously of nsklng Sirs linker to consider bis lonely situation nml tuko him for husband No i If Sirs linker hnd lieeu Inclined to look upon bis attentions with favor tlio npienrnucoo Hill changed tho nsjicct of nlTnlrs William wasnt of n romantic disposition and when ho walked Into bis liouso ho did so with tho remark Put on somo nioro hum old woman Sirs Raker fainted but promptly l cuMon como to nml Kill got his ham Journal Â¬ Â¬ Tut Elys Cream Balm Cloansos tho Nasal Paasapos Al- Â¬ lays Inllammation Hoals tho Soroa Rostoros tho Sonsoa of Tasto Dmoll and Iloaring la Apartlclo la applied Intnearhnostrll and aarcmlilo PrlreCOc at DruvgLu or by llKLYmtaflIKlta60WarrenBtNew Packet Line Sterol- - n Social Call Lady of tbo IIouso Now you can go alougl I have nothing to give you Tramp Dont get excited miss I wus presented with a turkey at tho hist bouse and having found be wish bono I Imvo called thinking you might Hkoto break It with mo Lowell Citizen do Imvo that eat put out of thu room I cant work while it is milking such a noise Whoro can it be Oretchen said a German professor Ihii Melodlus Till Birds of which wo know nothing hcio nnd which strange to say wero not ovin found In that Bird Puzzle of ours aro soon In Aus- Â¬ tralia ami Now ZcnlanN A traveler hi thoso far away lauds tells us something nlxnit tho tut While wo stood watching tho stream nn oxqulslto sound broko upon our ears It was liko tbo piping of those roods that tho der- Â¬ vishes lu tho east play upon while their bioth crn iwrform their strango devotions This piping wns constantly being varied somo times by oven softer but sometimes by more motalllo sounds At ono uiourjiit the song grow so loud thnt It seemed to bo quite close the noxt It appeared to melt a way lu the distance Suddenly It ccasod It was n tul tho most beautiful songster hi tbo world Wo saw ono on a branch n few minutes later It was about the slzo of n blackbird tho plumage of n bluo black with motalllo hue and in places almost liko velvet Tlio Unl was yellow us wore also thu logs At the throat It had two llttlo tufts of whlto feathers which gavo the In Now bird a rather quaint uppoarmiiM enlnnd somo of tho birds uro protected by government but many havo ilktl out Phila delphia Tlmos Â¬ truo In tho eai ly horns of morning There aro jet other nioro or less widespread im pressions on this subject but thoso mentioned appear to Imj tho most jiopular ones It lias recently been stated that from tlmo to tlmo careful observations havo ljeen mado la hospitals which have resulted hi showing that the act of death takes placo with fall ly equal frequency during tho whole twenty four hours of tho day Very recently nn Investigation has been mado la Paris which showed that tliero wns n certain falling off of tho number of deaths betwoou 7 nml 11 oclock la tho ovculng hut that with this exception tho proportion of deaths U about ovcu Boston Herald Is Â¬ Â¬ ing purport Governess required country eldest pupil eleven mut bo good teacher Attracted bv tho last words a lady who has ably lllleil somo of tho best year appointments In England nnd In tho colony but who was for tlio moment dis Old Sllier engaged answered tho adveitlsement A great deal of fossil history is And this Is tho reply she received to her scaled up in genuino old silver llero letter verbatim et literatim including Inrcply to yours I reis un example of it dating back to tlio tho punctuation quire a governess to teach English music Ilrst third of tlio Eighteenth century drawing French beginners ealistheuic3 guaranteed by tlio only test which indisputably proves tho quality nnd dato there aro four pupils eldest eleven young est four half of sterling silver tbo English hall children and a whom nnd two younger you would have with This is a two handled lovnuirk llttlo to do ns tbcio is a ing cup which at feasts was grasped two younger pupils would nurse Your requiro to be by its two handles and was eo passed washed and dressed and tho eldest to literally from baud to bund nml havo her hair done There would bo a mouth to mouth around tlio circle of fow light household duties of which 1 tbo goodlio coinpanio This cup is could tell you should you consider the of thu year 1727 Hero is a lunknrd lHJsuion iiKciy to suit you The Baiury dating 7I another lino old English is i10 per immmil Surely this is enough but tbero folpiece In marked contrast to the lows n gracious promise that tho salary plaiuiiPK of tho rest hero is a biglily shall bo raised by a pound or two if ornamented tankard a modern worlc you Eiilt your employers and are Its body is a solid agreeablo In thohoiibe in reproduction It is fortunate pieco of ivory covcrod with intricuto for tho successful applicant for this lu carvings of war Lcenes tho top mid crative nppoliitmcut that sho will have baso aro silver and tlio cover is nut llttlo to no witli ciuiiiien tuuler the eiowned with an ivory warrior agoof i for with four to teach all the Now York Times subjects required two to dress entirely and two to havo their hair done what Tho Hour nf Death tlmo is tho unfortunate governess to Sluny peoplo havo cm lous Ideas regarding havo for herself Uut then sho Is to thu hour of death Somo hold that tho largest receive 30 a year with a promlsa of a proportion of deaths from disease occur when rise If she Is agreeablo in thu house tho tide ebbs w hllo others think that tho samo Albany Argus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ urosquo localities in tho environs of tho capital Tlio site has been selected and legislation will bo asked by con gress wliilo tlio land enn bo had at n reasonable price The northern limits of tho culturo of tlio silk worm nit being steadily extended Experiments inndo last summer nt Astrakhan blicwcd that it could easily bo carried on at tho mouth of tbo Volga Notwithstanding tho ngo of tho mulberry trees which wero planted at Astrakhan thiityfivo years since tho results of tho experiments proved satisfactory and 20000 cocoons wero received tliis Â¬ growth of tho present time At Very Low lniiecii it wotilil bo llilleult ir not ImBod Room possible to Ibid any other jicriod of the worlds history in which the spirit ol charity of goodwill towaid men wns ROOM inoio sentient or active than it is today It Is not only in this country but in all countiies that benevolence Hows in a iture steady stream from the rich to tho poor Tho land it thick with great chanties TTiflaMrHrLBnHMt2aK II I 1 Wo need but look about any gieat citv Of every Description f like this to recognizo how strong and broad and deep tho btrcam of charity I carry tho Latest and Prettiest do The Latest and Moet Improved Stjlo of Itcfrlgcratcrs Hows It is epitomized in scores of in- signs In Uliniulirr Lounges ut prlccso that will astonish you Iloiucuihcr this- - All goods sold stitutions kept fili io at a most enormous cheaper than any other house in thollrccn HIverltegion cost for tho helping of thoso who need help tliero nro hospitals homes asylums refuges schooljiiiiinlMiJess which all represent tho woilds utisclllshncss 11 IMnin Izy its liberality and charity This ago is not worso but better than thoso which went beforo it because tbero is ever n potent spirit abroad in it helping and improving it Heligion education social usages aro all employed in ithaphig the wcrld to better ends and they aro doing it eirectually Philadelphia Telegraph Â¬ It is tine that in thoso cm Her ages men died for fnitli principle Ideas but so do they dio for them in this age Every day throughout the world men nro tak ing Hying leaps to death because of their lldelity to Ideas Tho poor switchman that last week leaped on tho railroad track In front of the rapidly moving train and Hung two little children from it but met his own death under the mur derous wheels of tho pernicious machine died because of bis idea of duty It was not his duty to lling away bis own life for that of others but bo tliought it wns and ho did it Self sacrifice unselfishness of the highest and noblest tort is not of any particular age but of all ages Tliospiiit of compromise is tho spirit of selfishness nnd it Is not nn exclusive Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ilense come nml sre tho gnodp nnd show tins Jickrt to your friends We give the choice of anything in ocr well nssortcd Jewelry Depart- ment JOHN RE DPa rlor CAHHIBS SkTHARDT TUB IAltilKST Ae OUTMINT Ol jlilvMMwfilMliViiiSvFa Â¬ Â¬ No JM0 MINHHRBT Street Owenslmvo The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City Rates 250 to 400 Per Day According to Rooms ami Russian Uutlis in Hotel LOUISVILLE KY iiLrnesses In New Suulli South Wales New South Wales does not seem nn ideal place for gentlewomen to emigrate to An nd voi tlscmcut recently ap peared in n Sydney paper to tho follow- Â¬ frST Ttirkisli Â¬ Â¬ jj I RYAMT STRATTON Busmess O faWWIVStf I sf B B COLLEGE B vo Umul Trffriift Ihmlt Kn plHU llrtlcur LiiliWofiiv unit full liifurmutioii Sr B S UB-L- oB- f iTi It M U AsKFTEK ltKx CHICKEN Cholera Cure i3Pi1iilnVr Thousands of dollars wortli of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined Hut the disqovery of a remedy that W7v cum it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a Â¬ Â¬ yVJaaB Danger of Closo ItopurL llltcl Tower Krporliiiuuts Bomo very curious electrical experiments Imvo boon mado ut tho top of tho llffel tow- Â¬ er mid many phenomena now to selentlsto Tho ntmosphcro havo loon brought to light at tho summit of tho tower Is freo fiom nil iuuucuco of tho soil ns would bo tho caso nt tho top of tho mountain and tho ulr Is In nn Â¬ Â¬ Passenger Mall and Express Boats fir For alt way landings betweon Louliyllleand Uendortnn the elogaut and loot iteatnort JAMKS a ITIIHIK TKbl CITY CITY or OWiJNHUOnO Ononf thoitbove una illowliel steamers puis up and dttwn dully rJplendlil accommodations I took General LouUvllle D Why professor unswered Qrctchcn you aro bitting on It There can bo nothing sadder than tho expression which creeps over tho faco of tho limn who has on a twice round scarf when bomo nympathutluully Inclined in- Â¬ dividual asks film If he bus u boro offieo Ky and 178 Fourth itroet lluont A K h 1KNiy Bupt W W HITK Prest n very loud lining because it might mako him deaf A liouso on lunny llttlo man refused a hat with A Now GIiim A now glass has just boon mado III Sweden which consists of fourteen siilistuuces tho most hiqiortuut clement Mug phosphorus nnd boron which aro not found In any other glass Tho revolution w Inch this new refrac- Â¬ tor Is destined to mako U ulmosl luconcolv nblo If It Is truo ns positively nllcgod that whllo tlio highest power of nn old fashioned niliToscopIo luus roveuls only tho oua four hundred thousandth part of nn Inch this How gloss will enable us to distinguish ono two hundred and four million seven hundred thousandth part of nn Inch Now York extraordinary ttato of electricity Tho tower will It Is said ho tho most jwrfect conductor of electricity during n storm and all within It will 1h hi a stntoof en tiro Immunity against nil danger from lightning Now York Telegram In a HitItIous belief A Somerset Siiperllllon village In Somerset tho following tu la Tvlegranu niussols has distinguished herself by a Imu net show Tho Ilrst prUo was given to n flat oyster shell sort of contrivance decc ratinl w Ith raspliorrlra mission will bo accomplished only when Tlio lllu another horror h Hrforuied tratol police KtpcrHnud thu sensational journals thnt level in details of hideous crimes bare much to answer for and too often serve ns accessories lu ioh belles and murders Pittsburg Hulletln It Is he nf liant nnd the mntt economical b iirriaUlt and Tholinltntivo faculty lu young persons lands often to tragic happenings ns well es to the queryi Are there not vast dam gers in tho mmuto details made nubile lu tho newspapers as to crimes mid their trial A 50 ccnts bottle is enough for Hrpetrutlonr A hid In Loudon has suc one hundred chickens It is guarceeded lu closely imitating the atrocities anteed If after using two thirds of of the Whltcchapcl fiend dissecting his victim another hid in just the ninimer a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly described In tho papers relating tho mur satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ders Another caso lir iwint comes from Cholera return it to the undersigned Iowa whoro a lioy killed his small brother nfter witnessing the operation of and your money will be refunded butchering hogs The youthful murderer R A ROBINSON CO liecamo alisoi bed In tlio gory oicra1oii and next day lnlted his victim to Wiioivsaiic AiiKXT LnuUville Ky play butchering nnd to assume tho role of the hog This ho did with such zeal that his innocent young Hfo was tho for- Â¬ feit To give to tlio world the minutest details of a brutal murder Is to increase tlio chances that among some of the youngest lenders of these bainples of unnecessifry realism there will bo let loose im evil spirit of Imitation whose Â¬ Â¬ CLIMB -- TOBACCO AXE 1 - fjtit vs seoirs EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL Si2 1 Arantl Schuerinoyer i apocEps CINCINNATI OHIO Heyker Almost as Palatoblo as Milk So tUsnulasd that It cB be token dlgealcit und nulrullatcd by the most HYPOPHOSPBITES Whon jnu want to set n fiuu tublo buy your qiiconawnru ulttMwiiro nml cutlery of J no I Ihihlmu whoro you will ulwtiys in J tbo Utoal nml most complete slock In ibo city Irccno nvnuo Brooklyn is troubled with a lively gliost Ilo not only tcaroa xxplo but has a playful habit of throwing cool at tuoni If tlio church clock strikes whilon hymn Is being sung tho belief Is that somo parishioner Mill dlo within tlio week Bo strong U this belief that tho striking moth- nnUni of tho clock U always stopped during service In which hymns aro sung Kuropcnii lu tho church prevalent Diuingservlco Ayers Hnir Vluor is olnnnlv Hy Its u Sttropnhln nmi mV Â¬ of tnllel can pro duce an abundant gnwlh of hair onuslnir it In become natural In color lustre nnd prepirutlnns MIm SHIKTS ruoiw BUY YOUR D J BABBAGE oiulllve atomucli whan tlta plain utl cannot be tolcrntedf und by h com oil with the tiypopttea blnatlon of themore elllcaclous pbltea la much as i fleth prodwtr Btnarktble rtrsotu gain rapidly while taUag H 8COTTSElITJL8IONiaRoknowleagedbj rhyslcians to bo tho Finest and Boat prepaÂ¬ ration in the world for tbo relief and core o CONSUMPTION SOROPUIA WASTING OENtRAL DEBILITY DISEASES EMACIATION COLDS and CHROMIC COUGHS 7As orca rtmeJu for OnitvmpHan Vatlri In tVilMrtn Sold by aU DnfoUlt and Letter p um BRECKBNRlDGEJiHS WEDNESDAY AUGUST U 1889 siMiiru oi htittoti heaueu uy oT on n summer Irolic A mo run i iriU- nt u - VMh- - HPIKSBUHG V DEPARTMENT BEWLEYVILLE liny your tlnwnro nt tho Citih Store liuslness increasing nt tho Cash Store Mr Frank Gregory of Louiville is In town IIasn bnil Is becoming snmnwlmt of n nuisuncn Mr John Coleman of Webster wus in town Friday Dont fail to examine thoro 12 suits nt the Cash Store The Misses Drury aro attending tho Institute tills week Miss Illnnche Jolly is visiting In Har dinsburg this week I pay the highest uiarkot pricoi for pro duce nt the chhIi store Quite o crowd of our young ladies nnd genlH took in Freedom Sunday Hon Chns Illanfoid spent tho Intlcr part of last week in Owensboro Miss Claudia Slilli is visiting her sister Mrs Nathan Rowley Wolf Creek Mrs Robt Sanders of Louisville is the guest ol his sister Mrs W S Slith Master Forrest Lloyd of Louisiana is visiting his grandparents Mr und Mrs W 11 Cain Mr nnd Mrs C II Drurv and family were visiting relatives in Urandenburg Clovorpiirt mull School Proposed gradid course f sludy cover Â¬ ing a period often yenr Ono great rpasoii why our children hnvo mndo no better prowess heretofore is from a Inck ofproper grading nnd Iho present course is iho result of much study I de Â¬ rived great nsslslnnco from the published course of study of iho Loulsvillo and Pa ducivh schools There will bo no cbangj ol text books in tho common school courso nnd but one In the high school and that is In a cheaper and better book C W HAIIIIAUi Ildlmr gYRlJPfRGS r jbwwls UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I DISTSIDUTKD 4 itf f f Mr Tom MtGill has been sick several AuRustua U over days Tub Hon LonUvllic ii lettiuy Hnrffntmcnt as JNODDADDAQE Miss Alma Athcroft is visiting Mrs J Ho lays his failure to receive tVioCky A Witt District Attorney or Ifo JJarriions ad- Miss Mary Uoard has relumed from 1018 am he Is done with 1 ff muko no more in Express B0 Mall and Webster Weil ininlitrntion anurltes BetkioR appoint ii m P KMt Express Mist Hattie Moseley Is visiting Mrs i1 dotsctnents West HM t Huzby tncnti Mixed 20 West County Teachers Institute is in it Mr John W Miller has returned from 6n at Ilaidlnsburc this week Thu Missouri TO the news atdKW8 sends RreetinR to nil members pres Ed Gregory Owensboro Inquirer wos the news and get all nd nd M in town last Monday trom uo mem tt 11 ot the necessity oi RettinR a prncuc- noimng o Jim Worlham looked mighty pleasing bI system of education for the young Celebrated Maxims in Journalist nt i nun Teaching means something more than over his victory fur tbe Senate iv Ulovervorl Miss II Ada Drury Is acting as secretary cramming the mind with knowledge The iv Vtnu nivii growln A beautiful and object of instruction in this day and time rf the County Teachers Institute UuMn Inhabitant of is n mental development that will fit the lh coun Tho Teachers Inslituto opened out last miles tim 0pv0ulatlon of over 20000 young men und women to handle the Monday with a very full attendance Tbei J by rill available pructical business ulfuirs of life in the BCtM Senator elect Jumes S Worlham of the llreckenrljrlng eXy limits 0J outlj lutiiro Tenth district wus in town last Monday Acftjl bxnk one newspaper a coinmer- Rkv I I Timbcrluko of Cloverport six churches free high school flour- City ok Toledo 1 will bo here nnd preach in the brick church mill planing mill nnd tnw mill two ox- - State ok Ohio j LitAB County S 8 to morrow night telegraph telephone and prers companies FitANic J Cheney makes oalh that he is water works natural gss low taxes proposed Mr F Fruize was in town last Monday the senlar partner of the firm of F J and qualified as administrator of Dr T N and liberal Inducements to manufactories Co doing business in the City seven tobacco warehouses brick yards tho Cheney it Woi fields estate best canncl and bituminous eral asphalt and an of Toledo County and Stnte aforesaid and Jim Miller is having schrol this week Buid firm will pay the sum of ONE Inexhaustible supply of the fined plate glnss that If o fellow doesnt know his lessons he has DOLLARS for each and sandln the world Poplar and white oak timber UUNDHED In abundance and floated to our doors by Clover every case of Catarrh that canuot be cured to lake o bock seat There will be a Quarterly Meeting held Canncl coal and by tho use of II creek and Sinking creek Catabihi Cuke timber lands reached by coal road eight miles ut thu M E Church in this place Thurs Â¬ FRANK J CUEN12Y long Heal estato low and ronts cheap Lib Sworn to before me and subscribed in day and Friday cf ibis week Fine eral Inducements to manufactories The Fourth Quarterly Meeting of tho my presence this Ih day of December A ojienlng for woolen mills glass factories M E Church South will bo held out nt D 8C potlory wagon factory furniture factory or A W OLKASON Mt Aon beginning next Saturday Situ any kind of manufacturing enterprises Nolniy Public j SEAL Mrs Myra Dickey riturncd to her home atlon high dry and healthful Miss Maud in Mississippi last Sunday Dolls Cttinrrh Curo is taken internally Au things como to them that wuit directly upon the blood and mu- Â¬ Miller went with her where she will makn and acts her home iti the future Send for tes nnd hold natural gas stock cus surfuccs of the system Rev C W Sutton preached a sermon timonals free It looks as if the Fclands wnoted the F J CHENEY k CO Toledo O at the M E Church last Sunday night on Ho handled Selling out in elections earth and all the offices therein ftSySold by Druggists 75 cents both political parties without gloves and regarded their manner of conducting elec- Â¬ Tin Democrats made gains in all the BRANDENBURG Democratic precincts in the county tions at the present day as disgusting in Tho Kkron got a very nice well last the extreme The South Western liar Association of week Mrs Herrod Rasham fractured her arm Kentucky is in session at Owensboro Â¬ Good gas wells are getting to be very severely out at the residence of Mart Norton last Sunday night She was returning common Jack Gross for Congress is what the from Freedom meeting and stopped at Mr Another large excursion of about 800 papers arc saying and so are the people Nortons over night While trying to get people up stairs she fell backwards and broke her A Diito Jr took some stock to tho city Mrs Rasham Ib looTKit Tanners latest is to have him arm in two places last week seventy seven years of age of the self elected Commander-in-ChiMiss Blanche Gosncll is visiting Mies 0 A It The witnesses in tbe Pulliam murder Ophelia Hay der case will leave here next Monday for Tue vote on a call for a constitutional Mr Mike Lyddun was in town one day Urandenburg Those who have been sum- Â¬ convention has carried in this county by a laBt week moned on both Bides of the case will num- Â¬ good rrnjority Irvinglon wob in ber over 100 Severn new wituesses hove Mr David Henry been subpevnaed since last term and ar- Â¬ town last week Oid Ilreckenridge gives n clear Demo C It Wathen ond J W Lewis went to rangements will be made for ail to be cratic majority of over 200 Pretty good It is the general belief that there present Cloverport Monday figure for an off year will be a trial of the case this term Mr und Mrs Chas Drury fpent several The school trustees received a letter To voiiiiow Thursday the Fall Cele- Â¬ days last week at Mr A Moremens bration opens in Louisville The nhow Temp Simmons went to Hot from Prof Crabbo last week asking them Mr to release him from bis coutract to teach will be conducted on a much grander Springs Ark last week for his health tho school here next session Prof scale this year than it was last John T Ditto and Geo Frymisr went Crabbo has secured o position elsewhere Monday to see the gas wells to Cloverport at a better figure than was offered him A iUKATsit number of the negroes voted A W Moremen went to Cloverport last here There being some opposition to with the Democrats at the election in this week to look after the gas well they got him among tbe patrons of the school the They are evi county than ever before there trustees agreed to release him ond employ dently getting sick of their Republican Mr Ned Rus Columbus 0 left Tues- Â¬ another teacher bosses day aftpr over a weeks sijourn with The sheriffs from the four counties com The Government Commission which has friends prising tbe Senatorial district met at Uar been laboring with the Sioux Indians for The I O O F went to Mockpcn Mon- Â¬ dinsburg last Monday to compare the cer- Â¬ the purchase of 1 1000000 acres of laud in day night to assist in the initiation of a tificates of the examining board of tbe Dakota has been successful and this vast caudidute there several counties of the late election Tho area will soon be thrown open to settlers Eight couples of yourg men and ladies result Is as follows Wor Ulan took a nice drive to the Sulphur Spring The grand jury nt Owensboro adjourned Sunday afternoon 2000 1702 Rreckcnridge last week haviug returned over 1100 in GIG GI5 Company got one of the larg- Â¬ lvlmondson Home Gas dictments Among them was one against 1812 1514 Grayson est dry wells last week that has ever been Joe Lee Mayor of tho city charging him 917 Hancock 9J2 off the Ohio river with nou feasance in allowing the saloons gotten 485 Wortbams majority Piggot and Eon Hubert Mrs Walter to remain open on Sunday Mr Z T Uerndon made a survey lat Ilewleyville spent Bcveral days at Mr J Friday for a mile of railroad to be built week Tln tbousund miners are off on a strike W Lewii last by the McCrackens from the main lino of Col T Ilerndon was at home Sun- Â¬ in Indiana This is the Stale in which the L U and W into their timber fields day and sajB they hud one milo of track Hots Iluinson carried a Hepublscan ma about five miles below hero Owing to Irvinglon on the L H and W jority by lying to the laboring man about down at the immense amount of timber that ibe the effects of the tariff If the thing were The L St L and T is still crushing McCrackens have purchased they find to go over again the old man would be the life out of stock Another fine ptece that it will be cheaper to lay a track ond badly left of fresh beef for W C McGehee last week move it by rail ibau to underlie to haul Miss Ilia Richardson guvo a delightful it in wagons A half dozen saw mills will And there Btands Little South Carolina dance to her associates last Thursday be put into tbe woods at once and tho with a clear Democratic msjorily of 127 Never saw iho like of good locking young work of cutting up tbe magnificent oaks No wonder the Republicans at one time misses und poplars will bgin in earnest Mr fought bard to get this section shoved off The election went off very quietly hero Diddle who has his headquarters here into Grayson As long as she stays here and who is looking after tbe timber inter- Â¬ however she will increase her majority for The Republicans had full sway for the Democrats made no effort but tho Repub- Â¬ ests for tbe McCrackens says they have our ticket by leaching young America purchased about 800 acres nnd it is covered I think that licans are too short here how to cast his vote by the finest timber in this seclion They every mothers son cf them toted expect to reach it witbtho cars by tho first We ore indebted to the Prince of Ken- Â¬ Mr J I Ditts and daughter Miss Julia of November tucky Journalists Mr W P Walton of went to Stepheusport lust Friday to at the Iuterior Journal und Sccretnry of the tend the funeral of Mrs Betty Lacy Kenluiky Press Association for a copy of daughter of Mr Harvey English Worlliiim SciiiU Jrcctuigk Regret the minutes of the lust meeting It is a very much to learn of her death LiiTciniELD Ky Aug 9th 1881 splendid piece of work a credit to the Kansas Wadroup was taken suddenly Mr II F Heard secretary and his office We have laid it Dear Sir Allow me through you to skk last Monday evening on his return away as a delightful souvenir of that hap Â¬ from the election and on Wednesday even- Â¬ congratulate the Democracy of Drecken py occasion ing he died from what the doctors thought ridge county upon tho splendid victory a cbieved last Monday Grayson and Rreck Tiik Tuttler in the Times prints the the interception of tho smaller bowels enridgo are no longer in the doubtful following handsome compliment to one of He leaves o wife and two little boys lo My msjotity in Grayson is 3G9 column mourn his loss worthy citizens our I carried my magisterial district composed Speaking of tue delegation f otn Kentucky of three voting places by 112 I do not In the Fifty second Congress a prominent llUtlio HllKllkll lUCC know of a Democrut in my district who politician said yesterday I see that there One of the saddest deaths that bus oc- Â¬ voted ugaints me Grayson polled nearly J a movement In the Fourth district to run curred for a long time was that of Mrs II 100 votes the largest number ever polled Jack Gross fur Congress and If he becomes a Ilellle English Lncey last Thursday at the Pesentmy regards to friends and be- Â¬ candidate he will be elected It Is objected residence of her father Mr Harvey Eng- Â¬ lieve as eyer tj Mm that be cant speak but with lllsck lish near Stopbensport Mrs Lacey was burn and llrecklnrldge and probably Me Yours truly Kenile In that Congress Kentucky will have u lady of many rare qualities of disposi- Â¬ J S WOUTIIAM tion ond of many accomplishments all of eloquence enough to discount any other State and she can aflord to send a few distinctively which secured for her the position of gene oltiiiirln Miuiie for llllkliioav ral favorite wherever she went Sho was business men to aid her orators and statesmen At a meeting of the Incorporators of tho yet quite young being only twenty six bcsldesCongrtss is full of members who are no Tar Springs Company held on the grounds more orators than Oross Is and some of them years of age and bud been married but last Monday tbe following board of direc- Â¬ are among the most efficient legislators at the about fourteen months Death never tors wa elected j W V McCracken Clint Is a man of action and bit capital Oross comes in a welcome form Hut it seems MiClorty 8 M Deauo F V Stlrmon P judgment Is almost infallible he Is the best peculiarly sad when one just in the be J Miller R R Pierce and J D Powers polltlcloa la Kentucky A workman Is known ginning of that new existence which pro The directory called o meeting and elected by bis chips and you Just glance your eye mised so much of joy and happiness mutt the following officers Clint McClartypres over any territory where he makes track and be called away A dutiful daughter a ident F V 8tlrraon vice presldont you find a new crop of Dcmoerutlo votes 8 loving wife a noble woman is gone Her M Look at the Tenth Senatorial district In 1685 Deane treasurer and It R Pierce young brokenhearted husband and the It elected a Jtepubllcan to tho Stale Senate secretory and In 1885 and again In 1687 llrecklnrldge members of her own family have the sym Â¬ The company is now in shape for busi Â¬ county was represented by a Republican in the pathy of many friends in this community ness and they will go to work at onco to Legislature that was when Jross wasattend improve the property Their plans as yet Ing strictly to his duties as Marshal but this llucklutia Arnlcu Nnlvtt have not been mode public but from what year be was out of a Job and he went to work Tho best salve in the world for cult we can gather the ituporveinents will be and shook up things Head the result In tho bruises sores ulcers salt rheum fever firsl class In every particular retnrns which Indicate a gain of 1000 In the sores Hotter chapped hands chilblains corns and all skin eruptions and positive- Â¬ district and a gain of one Seuator and two YOVU HACK ACIIKS ly cures Piles or no pay required It is members In lbs next Leglslgture Oross Is a Or you are all worn out really good for nothing guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or ItlsKeneral debility Try v friend of the boys In the trenches and they money refunded Price 25 cents per box jiuowwa may trill be found supporting him when the prl apcllte Bold For sale by O V Short Cloverport Ky It will cure tou and Klve a by All dealer In uictllclnv ond J A Witt HardinsburK Ky warles are held f Louisiunn Slato Lottery Company Incorporated by the Legislature In 1808 for lMuratlunal and Charltublo purposes and Its franchlto was mndo a jmrt of tho prcsont State Constitution In 187Vby an overwhelming 1lStllTlocMTInC 51 1 Fowii it Pius- iitcouuisiffriTS et man school coimsi HSUT YK1II two yonn JfifAtMrfir Algohra through equations of the first degree Arithmetic beginning nt per centagoj geometry begun with practical ex erclics Xiitiiral AViVnre Sclenco Primer Scrlos physical googrnphy geology astronomy hHyhth livncral History select readings spelling and practical composition Latin Herman j both optional inyimy SKCONDYFAR ftfiiMTM lis ticellent qualities commend ll to all who reallfa the Importance to Human Health and Happiness ofn truly healthy elegant ami effective liquid la stlte lo Cleanse the System when bilious oi cottlve to Dispel Colds and Headaches anJ to litnmoTii liiltt itspliui Mini In in inul llcciiiihrr Anniiiill Iin illllNU llNINO 111 MWIIiIll unit IIIIAW IMiN is liui mi melt urn lit ii n Hi nIii Hid jour ut llic iillirr inul ro nil iliiiun In mv u tlio Acuilcmr ubll or UiihIc Orlonim popular vote nitviMs 11 I ln FAMED FORTWENTY YEARS For Integrity of Its Drnwlngs and Prompt payment of Its prizes Attested ns follows I We tin hereby certify that ice simercist the arrangement for all the MoinUtti and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company and in jcnim manage ami control the Drawings than stltes and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness and in good faith toward all parties and we authorize the Company to use this ccrtjlcatc with Jic similes of our signatures attached in its advertisements J Permanently Cure Habitual Constipation The California Liquid Fruit Remedy Atuihtmiiin Algebra completed geometry completed and piano trigonometry Aulurtit Silence Otology and botany Kinjluh Loglo Jovons Sclenco Primary Hlvcrslde Lltorature Series and Lambs Talcs of Shakespeare Laiigunga Latin and German J optional IKAMMAIt DElAllTMENT two years MUST PoiMlnirallthe above qualitlMliraplillybtcom Inn the unlvmal favorite eipeclally wlih la Jiei anil children a j ll Is pleasant to ihe taite and perfectly Manupactukdu SYRUPEFIGS SAFE IN ALL CASES only by tub I CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO ouisvillr Ky Y or San Francisco Cal New Vokk N last week Miss YfAH Funuie Clarkson tiis visiting the Misses Spting Sunday Rev R C Kimball of the Kuptist is conducting church n meeting ut Rosettu this week Miss Emma Hodges h expected home this veek alter o sijuurn of n number of of weeks in Louisville Miss Vitula Clarkson of Mexico Mo has relumed lo Ilurdinsburg alter a visit to relatives in this vicinity Miss Maude Adkisson one of Websters fair daughters is visiting her grandparents Mr und Mrs Henry Cain Mrs Susan Triplette who hai been vis- Â¬ iting her dnughter Mrs Kate Paitlow ol Garuettsville has returned home Rev It M Hardaway and family are this week tbe guests of Mr Harduways parents Mr and Mrs J H Cox Mr Robt Pennington of Oweiuboro who has been spending vacation with bis friend Geo Drury returned homo Wed Â¬ nesday has been Cox returned to Rig who lltmliwj Fifth Header with sitpleincntary reading nnd memory gems Sjitlliii Word In reading loison spelling book nnd definitions Hriiiiy Copy book and letter writing Lnwjmvje Knglish grammar with practical cxerclsos Artlliiutltr Ilcglnnlng nt compound numbers llcnii ajihg Number 2 completed AVory Smiths History of Kentucky HKJOXII VKAR For Sale In 30c and 100 Bottles lly all Leading DruscliU We the V6 tStCrIt VyysZis2 - J Comiiilmloiicrw undersigned Hanks and Hank Â¬ ers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louis- Â¬ iana Stale Lotteries which may be pre Â¬ sented at our counters R L Englhh Civil tovernmont History of tho United States spoiling nnd definitions Chit- Â¬ tendens Composition Muhematict Arithmetic beginning nt frac Â¬ tions Algebra begun Xuluntt Science Physiology and Hygiene HVifiiiy lluslncss forms nnd letter writing Advertisement City Tax Collector Thrco farms for sulo Solicitor for Pensions Ono two horse wigun Cloverport Hotel for salo Land and Houses to rent Money to lonn on short call NEWSOMS PIKIIlti IANAUX lrc A 11 VAI1ISMv National llmilc 1rCN loiiUlniui Slnle Nil CVItl KOIIN Vrtm Union National tlonnl lluiilc ItAMIUlN Pro National Itank New OrlcilliH Ilanlr GRAND MONTHLY In tho Academy DRAWING of Muslo NcwOrlcans Tuesday September 10 1889 Capital Prize 300000 INTKRMKDIATE DEPARTMENT tIRST KX ef Renting proporty a specialty Insuranco against Flro Phoenix Four Suites of Family Rooms to rent In tho reading lesson SjitllwijVtorit Collections mado and prompt remittance Hi ittng Copy book Houses and lots to soil on tho Installment plan Ono store building centrnily located to sell LHwjmujc Luioiii mid txcrdtmlay constant or rent attention to the correct uso of words by the Promptness in business Is my motto and I pupil In writing and speaking require it of others Arilhmtlli Four fundamental rules factor Â¬ Ono 25 horso power portable cngino und ing and cancellation U S money addition boiler for salo cheap City Tax Rook for 1838 now In my hands and subtraction of simple fractions with ob Mrs W II Cain writes from Chuutau Call ut my oUico and get your for collection Jocts Tax Receipt quu that she is having a delightful trip hcyrophy Elcinontary completed with Ono Ifi horso power portable cngino nnd haing visited Niagara Falls and other particular attention to county Stato and Unit Â¬ boiler with saws tables and fixtures fur sawing e with stavo cuttor for points of interest in the State ed States map drawing of separato States short stuff hoadlnj slack barrel staves showing tho principal rivers railroads nnd Go to the Cash Store and buy white For snlo cheap 110 acres rf lluttom land cities shirts laundered and unluundered 2 miles abovo Mephensport 81 acres cleared at Drawlwj Whiles No 0 and 10 and all of the 130 acres susceptible of cultiva- Â¬ wholesale prico You will be surprised nt tion but about Two frame IS iwrcj HKCONI YKAK the price Take a Icok Has a river front each limiting Fifth Header and supplementary cottagos 3 rooms 100 ngo of about 4000 Prico yards What has become of tho five hundred reading Terms 1500 cash and tho remainder In an Â¬ nnd one gas wells that formerly flourished Spelling Words In tho roadlng lesson and nual Instalments of 500 each with 0 per cent interest from date until paid with lien reserved in Meado county Are they all swallowed from spelling book writing sontonccs contain If you want business attended to call on up by the Rock Gas Company What ing tho word Language Letvint inul Exeiittcn Same as first has become of tbe pipe line 7 Why is it R L NEWSOM that tbe gas is not supplied to the city of year triArMtiV Factoring compound numbers Louisville Is tbe Rock Gas Company nble to control all the land between Bran Â¬ addition subtraction multiplication anil division of simple fractions with objects and withdenburg and Louisville Why is it that ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION out the pipe line is not used or another laid leogniphg Number 3 begun Why cont tbe 201 other companies com- Â¬ Know all men Unit D M Cglciby Ld 1 Vratelng Whltos No II and 12 Oglcsby K II Allen W Smart and Kato bine and havo a company of capitalists to HVifiiiy in Oipg lliKik L Oglojby havo this day associated thorn build a pipe line and pay them in gas selve together as a body politic and corporate PREPARATORY COURSE give them half or better all ol it than let under the corporato nnmo of Finlay Oas und MUST YKAR Oil Company and with the following corpoit rnn to waste and benefit no one llemting Third Reader with supplementary rate powers nnd privileges to wlt Said company shall have perpetual succes rending Our renders have doubtless often noticed sion may sue and bo sued by its corporato Spelling The word of the reading lesson that Hoods Sarsaparilla is well spoken of Writing in Copy 11 ml Pay constant atten- Â¬ name shall hnro a common seal and mny nltor tho same at pleasure may make contracts ac- Â¬ in the newspapers The press is quick to tion to tho ourioct use of words by tho pupil In quire and transfer property ronl and personal recognize merit and does not hesitate to possessing tho samo powers in such rtspocts us writing and speaking giye praise whero it is due Tho following private individuals now enjoy may establish iMngiinge Leitom und Ejcerritei by laws and make all rules nnd regulations Is from the Roptist Weekly a leading Arithmetic Learn to read and writs numbers deemed expcdlont for tho management of religious paper of four periods multiplication and division their aflulrs not Inconsistent with the con- Advertising may bring an article prom- Â¬ tables with thorough drill stltution or laws of this State or of tho United States inently before tbe public but no advertis- Â¬ Drmeing Whites No 5 and 6 The nature of tho business of said company ing can long help it if it has not real merit SKCONII YKAR shall bo to bore nnd operate fur oils gases nnd Hauling Fourth Reader and supplementary mineral waters to run plpos for conducting Hoods Sarsaparilla is woll advertised same furnishing same to Individuals privute but the best proof of its value is that so reading public and municipal corporation erecting and Spilling Tho words of the reading lesson many persons use it on the recommenda- Â¬ operating mills and manufactories buying and Writing in Cupg llmiKlay canstant atten selling uros minerals gases mineral waters tions of friends who have proved its pecul- Â¬ tion to tho correct use of words by tho pupil In and oils and manufacturing tho same and iar virtues transporting to market and soiling their prowriting and speaking llcmlinij Fourth Holder and supplementary 100000 TIcholN nt Twenty Dollar enrli IIuvcInVIO uiii lori 3 Tuiitlm TwumlulliwUI 1 1 1 reading UKAND UKAND LAKUK 2 LAHOK 1 list of rmzxs CAPITAL PKIZn OF 00000300000 1MIIZE OF PK1ZK OF PIUZES OF PHIZES OF 100000 S0000 25000 10000 100000 5 25 100 200 500 PHIZES OF 6000 1000 500 300 200 PltlZFS 80000 25000 20000 25000 25000 50000 60000 10U0li0 50000 jUTROXIHATION 100 Prizes of 500 aro 100 Prizes or 300 are 100 Prizes of 200 aro 999 Prizes of 100 aro 999 Frizes of 100 nro Terminal Pbizks 30000 20000 00900 99900 3131 Prizes nmountlng to 1051800 Notk Tickets drawing Capital Prizes nro nut entitled to terminal Prizes AGENTS desired WANTED Â¬ LDFor Club rates or any further Information write legibly to tho undersigned clearly stating your residence with btato County Street and Number Mororapld return mail delivery will bo assured by your enclos Â¬ ing an Envelope bearing your full address acdiii M A DAUIMIIN IMPORTANT Â¬ Â¬ or ITI A AVukiiinirton IIAIJIIIIN New OrlcaiiN I a lly ordinary letter OnnErt Issued by all Express Companies New York Exchange Draft or lostnl Note Wk fay on CuntiFNCY sent us by Express of 5 or over Address Registered Letters to no containing Money Â¬ NiV Â¬ OltMLlNS NATIONAL HANK Now Orleans I a REMEMDEH that tho payment of nil prizes IsGUAHANTEfirt UY FOUR NATIONAL HANKS of Newtltleans and tho Tickets are signed by the President of an Institution whose chartered rights are recognized in tho highest Courts therefore bowareof any Imita- Â¬ tions or annonymous schemos ONE DOLLAR Is tho prico of the smallest part or fraction of n Ticket ISSUED BY US any Drawing Anything In our name of Â¬ fered for less than a Dollar is a swindle ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Know nil mon that T H Wills Frank 1 Tayne Charles Lshen Suml Conrad J D I W Weatherholt O W Potter Ilatnbleton son D Ilambleton David R Murray and V II Durton have this day associated themselves together as a body politic and corporate under the corporate namo of tho Trenton Hock Qns nnd Mineral Company and with tho following corporato powors and privileges to wlt t Said company shall havo porpetual succes Â¬ sion may suo and be suod by Its corporate namo shall have a common seal and may alter tho same at pleasure may make contracts no qulro and transfer property real and personal possessing the samo powors In such respects as private Individuals now enjoy may establish by laws and make all rulos and regulations deemed oxplodlcnt for the mauagomentof tholr affairs not Inconslstant with tho constitution or laws of this State or of tho United States The nnturo of tho businoss of this company shall bo to bore and opornto for oils gases and mineral waters j to run pipes for conducting same furnishing samo to Individuals prlvato public municipal corporation erecting nnd operating mills und manufactories mining operating for buying and selling ores min- Â¬ erals gases mineral waters and oils nnd as phaltum and manufacturing tho samo and transporting to market and soiling tholr pro- Â¬ ducts Tho capital stock of suld company shall bo Ono Million Dollars 1000000 to bo divided Into ten thousand 10000 shares of ono hun- Â¬ dred 100 dollars oacb The shares and Interest of the stockholders shall bo transferable but only on tho books tho company In such manner as shall bo pro- scriucn uy mo Dyiaws oi mo company Tho private property of the stockholders shall be oxompt from liability for corporation debts Tho principal place of transacting tho busi Â¬ ness ol suld company shall be Cloverport Urcckcnrldgo County Kcntuoky The capital stock shall be non assessablo and there shall bo set asldo thereor not less than four thousand 4000 shares as a working or dovoloping capital which may be usod for tbu purpose of nccpilrlt g proporty and defraying ull oxpousos In dovoloping and operating tho property of the company and tbe transaction of tho businoss of tho company Tho coipurntlon shall commenco on tho date of the lodging of these articles for record In the proper otlioe and shall endure fur tho period of twentyflve 25 years and shall terminate at expiration of said term The affairs of tho oompany shall bo conduct Â¬ ed by a board of dlreotors and not loss than soven nor moro than nlno directors tho dlroo tors to bo elected by the stockholders and tfto prosldent by the board of directors and shall bo elected annually the first election to be held at the meeting for organisation after articles aro recorded and annually thereafter The Indebtedness of tbe corporation shall at no time exceed five thousand 5000 dollars Any member may withdraw from tho eorpo ration st any tlmo by depositing tho stock ho sha IIOTjn with tho treasurer of the company taking bis receipt therefor and tho value of said stock bull bo determined by tho dlrootors of the company nnd said company shall ro cehesald stock and pay for samo at such Â¬ Â¬ All oft Told Talc or Duriiitf Here is tbe result of the 210 ih Grand Monthly Drawing of the Louisiana Stato Lottery which took place at New Or leans La on Tuesday July lGth 1889 Ticket No 12758 drew the First Copital Prize of 500000 It was sold in fraction- Â¬ al parts of twentieths ut 1 00 each sent to M A Dauphin New Orleans La Two went to Herman Fishers St Louis Mo one to a correspondent through Wells Fargo A Cos Dunk San Frmcisco Col one to Iko Lurie Chicago III one to a depositor Union National Rank Now Or- Â¬ leans La one to Eugene Chretien Jr 122 Chartre9 St Now Orleuns Lu one to Mits Amanda Fisher 201 Clmmplaine St Detroit Mich ono to Abraham Wein gerChicago III ono to Preston National Rank Detroit Mich ono to Manufactur- Â¬ ers National Dunk Boston Mass one to I Mikb James Boston Mass one to First Nutl Bank Cheyenne Wy Tcr ono to Rank of Cuzad Cozud Neb etc etc Ticket No 58C07 drew tho Second Capital Prize of 100000 also Bold in fractional twentieths at 100 each ono to Hugh G Carlislo 202 Magozino St New Orlenus La one to Geo M Davenport Springfield III ono to Henry Luce Mint Salood Salt Lake City Utah oue to F C PalT Bellows Foils Vt ono to C U Briggs Gallon Ohio ono to II G Kerschner Bethlehem Pa oue to a cor- Â¬ respondent through Wells Fargo Cos Bank San Francisco Cal one to S Wile one to Iteutschlcr ii Meridian Miss Greaebaber Reading Pa etc etc Tick- Â¬ et No 15100 drew tho Third Capital Prz of 50000 also sold in fractional parts five to Max Sladler 5G1 Broadway New York N Y five to Clark ti Anderson ti3i S 13lb Sl Omaha Neb Any further Information con be hod on application to M A Dauphin New Orleans La Â¬ Language lessons and exercises Arithmetic Four fundamental rules common division common multlplo and cancellation leogriiphg hlomentaiy j with special re- Â¬ ference to town county Stato nnd Unltod States maps of school room ground county and Stato Ihuicing Whltos No 7 nnd 8 SKIT WORK Copy portions of reading losson Copy spelling lesson Preparo number work Preparo language wook Draw maps of county and Stato PRIMARY COURSE Healing Viotii on oards primer nnd First Render SjielliugCaii words and words In reading lesson Willing On ruled slate Langungo lessons and exercises A rithmttic Addition and subtraction of numbers to 10 by objects and numeral frame and count to 100 und Arabic figures to 1000 Drmeing Whltos No 1 and 2 nflor black Â¬ board and iluto exercises HKCONII YKAB roadlng tho last Socond Reader with supplemental fivo months SptllingThe words In tho reading lesson iAingimge limiting ducts Tho capital stock of snid company shall be Flvo Hundred Thousand Dollars to bo divid Â¬ ed into fivo thousand shares of one hundred dollar- - each The shares and interests of tho stockholders shall bo transferable hut only on the books of tbe company In such manner as shall be pro- Â¬ scribed by tho by laws of said company Tho prlvnto property of the stockholders shall be exempt Irom liability fur corporation debts Tho princiwal place of transacting the business of said company shall be Cloverport llrocken ridge County Kontuoky The capital stock shall bo nun assessable nnd thcro shall be set asslde thereof not less tlnin two thousand five hundred 2500 shares as a working or developing capital which may be sold or used fur tho purpose of acquiring prop Â¬ erty and defraying all oxpenses in developing and operating tho property of the company and tho transaction of thu business of tho company The corporation shall commenco on the dato of tho lodging of tbcio artlclos fur rocord In the proper ollicn and shall endute fur the period of twenty five 25 years nnd shall ter Â¬ minate at tho expiration of said term Tho affairs of the company shall bo conduct ol by a president vlco presldent secretary nnd treat uror and not less than threo nor mure than fivo dlrocturs the directors to bo elected by the stockholders and tho president vice proitdont secrotary and treasurer by tbe directors nnd shall bo elected annually the first election to be held at the meeting fur or Â¬ ganisation after these artlclos uro rocorded und if 5 annually thereafter oral and written Leitom unit IxeicuetVay con Â¬ stant attention to the cornet use of words by pupils in writing and speaking Arithmetic Addition subtraction multipli Â¬ cation and division to 10 object method Drawing Whites No 3 and t BKAT WORK Tho Indebtednois of tho corporation shall at no tlmo oxceed two thousand 2000 dollars Any member may withdraw from the corpora- Â¬ tion at any time by depositing tho stock he shall own with tho treusurerol the company taking his receipt therefor and tho value of said stock shall bo determined by tho directors of tho company and suid company shall ro eelvo suld ttocl and pay for the sumo at such valuation Copy sentences from tho board chart or reader Copy and finish number work Represent number work by means of objects at desk Copy easy druwing lessons Witness our hands this 20th day of July 18su David M Oglcsby Kdward II Oglcsby W H U Kato L Oglcsby IIAIIon Smart Ilurvtkt Ixciirxluiik The L R A St L Cons railroad will sell round trip tickets for Fivo Harvest KxcundniiH 10 points West Northwest and Southwest at tho very low rote of One Faro for tho round trip Excursion dates as follows Tuesday August 0th August 20th Now Ioilgo Organizing Jno W Rudley Is II the city for tbopur poso of organizing a lodge of Knights nnd Ladles of Honor a fraternal organization with insurance features attached Any gentleman or lady over eighteen years of A jr When Itaby was sick we gavo her Castorla When tho was a Child alio cried for Castorla Whon alio bocaino Mum sho clung to Castorla VYbou sho had Children the gavo thorn Castorla kI uittjhh age and under fifty passing a good phy- Â¬ sical examination Is entitled to join In Â¬ September 10th surance from 500 to 3000 may be carried Soptombcr21lh The ordor at Just what it costs tbe order has now over SO 000 members ond is show Â¬ October 8th ing gains monthly There are nearly For full pnrtlculurt call on or write to By going In twenty lodges in Louisville any Air Lino Agent as u charier member now you save ex Â¬ Your truly See Mr Rodley pense of initiation Ac Jos 8 OmoiixK G I A and glvo him your nanin valuation Witness our hand this 20th Jnne AD 18S9 V 11 llurton J H Wills W latterson Duvld Murray Chas Lisbon yTWJlhrUoUJr J J0ra lr D- - D Ilambleton V V 1ayno lmMeion t V -- jgdisi -- nin r rnllr uu j - - V JfcJ r- i juJ - - j i LLaLto gSisHB Bs2 JMIsWSLLOLBH flfleHk visv- T Ilritig uu your glass works Mrs 0 M llullitt iii very sick Mr Ruck Adktsson Is improving Iuriuiiitl Mr C li Rudd ol Owcnsborn is In tlio watMBgMiuiiii iMiBswMSBtMisjuissLiJ8saasgsssMiJBM QJHMsl- - -- X I 1 city Mr Prank Purlle wont to Urnndonburg yrslerdny Mrs J W Powlcr Is visiting Apr slslrr nt Shclhyvillc Mr Jlliu Wimp ol Irvlngton was In town Thursday Miss Maty ilullmun is visiting Irer sister Mrs 8 I Lewis Ruv 1 II Timbcrluku returned lo New Albany yesterday Dr Hint nnd wife of Cannctlon aro visiting Mr Alex lloyd Rev I II Timberlake of Now Albany Hpent Inst week In our eiiy Mr J D Potts lelt C9tenlty to visit his father in Oldham couniv Mrs Marin Wnkirig t f Owensboro is viMtitg Mrs R E Moormnn Mrs R U Moreineii is visiting her old homo on Long Lick this week Mr Pred Prnize ofLittla South Curo lino was in tho city Inst week Messrs J T Skilinan and C W M or mon went to Loulsvillo yesterday Mrs Jlnry lohiicon of New Albany I nd is visiting Mrs I R Murray Mrs Judge J A Donaldson ol Carroll tun is visiting Mrs Snllio C Venger Miss Mn Weiscnlierger went to llnwcs villn Pridny to visit Miss Kate livens Mr Oscar Cottreli and wife and child of Owensboro are nt the Tar Springs Mrs A n lluslcy and Miss IzztT Hates of Owetmhoro are at tho Tar Spring Miss Nulla IlrHsheur of Preston wns visiting Mrs W H Hjwmer Inst wenk Messrs L L Smith and Clin R Sk II in nn leave to day for Old Point Comfort Mr A T Horner nnd wife of Port Worth Texas nro visiting his brothcr-in-In- SCROFULA Impurity In tlia 1loo1 which ac Â¬ cumulating In tlia gland nf tlio neck pro duces unsightly lumps nr swelling which causes painful running sores on tlio arms legs or feet which dcvclopos ulcers In tlio eyes cars or nose utteu causing blindness or deafness which Is tlio origin n pimples cam ccrous growths or tlio many other luinlfcsta which tlons usually nscrlhcd to humors fastening upon tlio lungs causes consumption nnd death llclng tlio most nticlcnt It Is tlio most general of alt diseases or nffectlons for very few persons nro entirely frco from It It Ii that Y It W Nixon will open nut In tlm old hnnk building this week Thcro wcro over ono hundred arrival nt tho Cloverport Hotel last wock Wo havo nnaltitGriCSlIng letter from our old friend which will appear Terrell Mr VERY CHEAP Â¬ l M AJjJL hardwood tuuntUv UlJU Jti U next week How Can It Bo CURED 4 lly taking Hoods Barsaparllla which hy tlio remarkable cures It lias accomplished often when other medicines havu failed has proven Itself to ho a potent and peculiar Some of tlicso mcdlclno for this dlscaso cures aro really wonderful If you suffer from scrofula ho suro to try Hoods Barsaparllla Every spring my wlfo and children havo been troubled with scrofula sores breaking out on them In various places Sly llttlo boy thrco years old has been a tcrrlblo sufferer Last spring ho was ono mass of sores from head to feet I was advised to uso Hoods Barsapa Â¬ rllla and wo havo all taken It Tlio result Is that all havo been cured of tlio scrofula my llttlo boy being entirely frco from sores and all four ot my children look bright and healthy W D Atiieiitox Passaic City N J fjlslxforf5 Iroparedonly Boldbyalldraggtsts by C I HOOD A CO Apotliecartss Lowell Mais Mr It IT D Ilninhlclnn 1ms hern quite sick for two works wiih fever Hols now Improving Mr Geo Hurris lius opened up con Â¬ fectionery nnd Ice cream snlnonin DHiiys block In tlio rtom fimifily occupied by tlio Mayor Mrs J A Witt of Harditisburg sent to this olllce Inst week one of the largest nnd most perfect white magnolia blossoms we ever saw Slio has our llinnks for It nlao the thanks of Mrs News tn whom wo presented It Arc those delightfully cool Summer Onrmcntfl we have We httve marked shorn down us low as they hi stock Wo will not sell ilium for less than can possibly go We ex cost In fact there will bo no need for that pect to close them all out before the summer is over We have them in Seersuckers real and imitations in We have the tunny novel patterns and colorings Pongee Silk in dillerent colors Zephyr and Kilcton Cieilians iu all wool in greys drabs and browns colors Black Alpaca and Drap dEte iu regular length length and in extra lengths for very tall men or for clergymen aud many other styles all way down cheap tiKinK ltWvply contains Oil Put i yols llic butTola arc of highly polished traveler to carry witlfe the lioltlc NSjvoiiiont and sale for tourist or SstoHlv of ilniiititrc ly hroahiiiL 2iJ mini painted The bamlsTSSh gilded Severn Cutitt of tt t noil 1niinii Thouiundi sudor from bluud pohinn who would bo cured If thoy gavo II II II llotunlo lllood Balm a trial Bent a tho Mood Halm Co Atlanta la fur book of wonderful euros that convlnco tho most skeptical It Is sent free J 0 Olbson Morldlan Miss wrltos Fur n number of j cars I suffered untold agonies from blood poison Several prominent pbysl clans did ma llttlo If any good I begun to use D I II with very llttlo fulth but to my utttr surprlso it has mado mo a well nnd hearty person T Hallorton Macon la writes i I con Â¬ I first tried physicians tracted blood poison nnd then went to Hot Springs I returned a ruined man physlcUlly Nothing seemed to do me nny good My mother persuaded mo to try li II 11 To my utter astonishment every ulcer quickly benlod Ilenj Morris Atlanta la writes I suff ercd years from syphilltlo blood poison which refused tn be cured by all treatment Physi Â¬ cians pronouncod It a hopeless enso I bad no appetite I had pains In hips and joints and my kidneys were diseased My throat was ulcerated and my breast a mass of run- Â¬ ning sores In this condition I commenced a uso of II Ii D It healed orcry ulcer and soro and cured mo completely within two months 2 JULIUS S E WINTER Clothiers LOUISVILLE GO or decorated and kept as an ornament or cut one end e Hoods Sarsaparilla Old Roliublo w Mr 100 Dooob Ono Dollar Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST II 1889 Clerk Court of Appeals We nro authorised to nnnounco GRORGEH MADDEN as it Candldato for Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to tlia action of Democratic Stato Convention County Court Clerk We nro outhorlzod to nnnounco Another OiiNher Thats what we hnvo and 1 Wii it is entirely GRANVILLE S WILSON demonstrntod to tho satisfaction of all as a candidate for County Court Clerk of that it is the easiest thing imnginnble to Ilrcokourldgo county subject to tlio action of strike a Nntmnl Gas Gusher in nny part the Democratlo party of this neck of tho woods Weve got it Wo aro authorliod to announce hero bad in any size quantity and quiility WM H BELL All youve got to do is lo put n hole as u candidate for tho oflico of County Court down lo tho proper depth aud it comes Clerk of Brockonrldgo county August Election with a roar and a gush tliut can be heard 18D0 subject to tbo action of tho Democratic for miles nround party The Mineral Center Company struck tho dim IoiiursioMtnNTs Gel the news and gel all the news and second well last Wednesday night about 2 From Danas oclock at a depth ol 890 feet nnd by bor- Â¬ nothing but the news ing to a depth of a lit t la over D00 feet tbey Celebrated Maxims in Journalism got a well that any company tninht be proud of Rut it was just what everybody was looking for und expected and it wns Business houses aro in demand no surpriso to our people s Natural gas is Mrs Mary Ryan is sick with flux a settled fact for Cloverport We have Corn for salo nt Chns Kicilels Holt Ky it in abundnnce and to spare without Mr M Hambletmi is building a cottngo money or prico to manufactories on Second street for rent McDANIELS More sellers than buy- Â¬ Gas stock quiot Mrs Mattie Mercer is visiting relatives ers Prices rnngo from 2J to 5 ceuts J P Sulzer it I5ro are fitting up n in Ohio county Mr J R Wilson went toPlora Ills a boarding car for the L II k W branch shares of Cloverport Mineral few days ago to visit his relatives Piftcen Mr George Moore of near Leitchfield Apply nt this stock for sule at 5 cents was here lait week visiting relatives office Mrs Albina Cannon bas been very sick Tho Devonian Natural Gas Company is for several days but is now slowly recover ready to let its contract for their firet well ing It will be let this week Mr Chus Jlibbage went to Rooetta yesterdny to spend a week or ten days wtn tns sister Mrs i izn laylor Miss Laura Pierce returned home hut week Irom an extended viiit to her slter Mrs WilsDn nt Port Worth Tex Mrs W li Whit Sr Dr W II Win o Jr nnd wife Mr I W lludd and Mr P 11 Lnlliuce are nt the Tar Sptings Rev G W Dennis wife nnd daughter Miss May of JeflVrHotivillc Iud wero the guests of Mr nnd Mrs W II Downier last week Prof R E Woods is at home for n two Ho has beon re elected weeks vacntion Principal of tho Elizabethtown High School Miss Kato Hackett of Cannelton Miss Rertha Schmuck of Evansville nnd Mr Will Hackutt of Atlanta Gaare visiting Mr nnd Mrs Jeif Hnmbleton Mimes Mury nnd Luln Robertson after n pleasant visit to friends in this city re- Â¬ turned to their homo in Elizabethtown Miss Lula Owen accompanied yesterday them J C Porter COR THIRD AND MARKET STS KY and use as a vase or childs bank Gilt Edge Dressing put up in Iiructteal cuumo ol tuJy at GEORGETOWN lftr Vigor und jou drclile AiiTlmwanml for cntulueun Address tlio 1rusUleut It SIDUuLkY UU Mth RcMfori beirtni rVnt 3rd Toun ft man irther wmn morouicn trlnlnir or If the cna two tn collrire and A reuonablA cost phould ro to tne old lllueuraaf uolicno eror and rt wlta at ueorgelown ADABTAUf ll IfV IstUKlst I UWW IV T UM COLLEGE ful Ky lilt Edge style Try one bottle and you will buv more Vitality Words KnotvlliC HtmiiKs Tostc Tho old time relinble remedy for Fever nnd Ague Reputation nu can earned by thirty yenrs succpss I depend upon it Tuv It Dhuooists Arc quickly given to every part of the body by Hoods Sarsaparilla That tired feeling is entirely overcome The blood is purified enriched nnd vitalized and carries health instend of disease to every is toned and organ The stomach The strengthened the appetite restored kidneys nnd liver nre roused nnd invigor- Â¬ ated Tho brain is lefreshed the mind mado clenr and ready for work Try it J i F Sulzer Cloverpout Ky Bro of have IT Amendment to Articles of Incorpo- Â¬ ration Know all men by theso presents that tho undersigned C W Fowler O V Short nnd Augustus Ilrown having licretoforo tn wll on tbo fitb day of May 1889 assoclatod them Â¬ selves together ns a body corporate under tho name ol llio Devonian rtiaturnl Jns and Min ing Company which said articles of Incor poration were duly acknowledged ludgod for record and recorded in the lircclionrtdgotoun ty Clerks oflico on tbo 0th day of May 18S9 nnd snld corporation desiring to nmend said articles of Incorporation by altering the name of snld company and tho undersigned being the original Incorporators and tboonly stock Â¬ holders do hereby so aminend and niter said nurao by striking out tho words nnd Mining so that said namo shall bo and is The Devonian Natural Gas Company Witness our hands this lit day of July A D 1889 C Iliu Ioiilnvlllo HuriliMkliiirir und WiMcni Work on the Louinvllle Hardinsburg nnd Western railroad is progressing rap- Â¬ idly About 100 hands lire on the rond betwoen Irvlngton and Paynes farm two miles out Irom this place The grading between Sinking creek and Irvington is about nil finished nnd track laying began Mr nt the latter place Inst Wednesday Herndon the division engineer is confi- Â¬ dent thnt the cars will bo running to Har- Â¬ dinsburg by October 1st or down to a point whiru tlio main lino nnd tbo pro- Â¬ posed branch that is to come into this town diverge Whether wo will get a branch or the main line is jet unsettled but the dispute over this proposition is not interfering with tbo work at all The surveyors will go below town and continue their work until a route by Hardinsburg is deter- Â¬ mined upon Tho largest force of moil is nt work be- Â¬ tween Sinking creek and the top of the Tho heaviest cuts hill at John Dowolls and filin are between those two points and the work of digging and blasting goes on there day and night Mr Corrigan the has pitched his tent on boss contractor the road near Jack Fishers which makes it convenient for him to inspect all work in progress from the top of the hill to the There bottom a distance of one mile are four quads of men at work on this hill making the fills nnd opening the cuts The deepest cut will be about twenty feet and 200 or 300 yards in length Mr Cor- Â¬ rigan told your correspondent that it would tnko about six weeks to make tho grado on Sinking hill but after that was done tbo remainder of tho work to Har- Â¬ Ho is dinsburg would be very light working all the bauds be can get and is paying good wages While the work is just now well under wny the indications for tho nppenranco of the iron horse thero in a little while aro most hopeful Tho road through this section will bring So in n new order of things altogether intent aro tho people interested in its completion that many of them men womon and children visit it daily to watch tho progress of the work Garfield is looking forward to a boom in I business when this road is completed hnvo heard of two or three parties who havo been there prospecting and who buve agreed to erect new business houses as Garfield soon as tho cars get to running Is convenient to u large section of country east of Custer and Hudsonvllle and with bLo will nt once step into a railroad notico as n good shopping and trading point lrcclncts Tho Official Vote S 6 171 196 100 210 111 S 171 198 110 251 A 168 200 107 to loom iiitrviTii Hurhg No2 ClnportNo1 Cloport No2 Liberty Hull stciilionsport Union Star Moolayvllls Clifton Mills Uowloyvlllo Big Spring Custer Huilsonvillo Hums MoDnnlels Planters Hall Huckvale llnrbgNol 217 126 Mil 89 1 219 127 218 121 148 EDUCATION PAYS If you want your child educated send him to a Tkaciihii if you send him to school to get rid of him or because it is customary then send him to a IIkakkh ov Ricitatiovs There is a vast difference between teachers and recitation hearers A teacher stimulates his pupils and en courages them to learn for the sake of the powcrit gives them the time Â¬ serving recitation hearer encourages his pupils to memorize- their lessons in order that they may lecite well and get a good mark Which will you choose for your boy and your girl If the former then patronize the Â¬ Tlie IE3igtrt ZECirLd H5 87 108 147 114 31 79 101 20 100 150 72 57 27 102 IU 114 111 11 U 128 141 Hi 34 126 141 89 110 148 111 123 139 93 6fl 9J 1 142 01 168 78 37 179 23 100 77 152 19 91 138 73 55 28 112 00 141 01 175 80 38 3 181 24 101 93 67 142 01 171 83 38 177 33 77 150 19 100 100 73 01 27 115 W Fowler W Short Augustus Ilrown I - An Ordinance Council nlhr 2J 99 He it oriUihittl hi the Mayor unit City 1902 1721 5 2000 1762 1975 1704 STEPHENSPORT Miss Klla Moseley is visiting friends in Owensboro Mr Eli Smith of Louisville is nt the Dennett House The town Isoverrun with people and more Wo want more hotels coming Everything is now on tho ground for gas boring and work will begin at once of Mrs Agnes Ittcketts and daughter Louisville were tho guests of Mrs laylor Hanks last week Misses Pauline and Lotta Goldstein of Henderson ore visiting their brother Dr Goldstein this week Miss Lillie Ditto who has been vlriting Mrs U S English returned to her home in Brandenburg yesterday A party composed of Dr Goldstein nnd sisters Mrs Add Dennett Mrs Lee Isaacs and sovernl gentlemen spent Sunday at Tur Springs Mrs Bettle Lncy nco English died nt the homo of her father Mr II English on Thursday of last week of typhoid fever She leaves a devoted husband nnd many Sho leaves a friends to mourn hor loss young babe who it is ihought will not long survivo her She was interred in the Union Star cemetery on Friday fcf7i ii- - r The liver and kidneys must be kept in Hoods Sarsaparilla is a good condition great remedy for regulating these organs Its an actual fact somebody is talking Well about street cars for Cloverport anything is possible iu a natural gas own The Pioneor Natural Gas Company of Owensboro have contracted for a well and will go down 3600 feet unless gas is struck sooner The Louisville nnd Henderson Packet Company will sell round trip tickets to 50 including meals the Pullinra trial and births Ilev Hugh Culvin Smith of Morgan field preached in tho Presbyterian church He filled Uev Morrisons Sunday night appointment Tho Cloverport Mineral Oold Fortune and Tar Creek all havo wells nearly down to tho proper depth and ate expected to Btriko some time this week Mr W A Smith of this city and Mr W II Hardin of near Lodiburg are the only Republicans in this county that have been treated to a slice of Mr Polands pie Mr Prank Ditto traveling for a whole- Â¬ sale bat house of Louisville was hero last week Mrs Hardwick of Rileys Station Dav Â¬ iess couuty is visiting her aunt Mrs Jns Parson Miss Nannie Hunter was visiting her sister Mrs Frank Henninger of West View last week Mr Thos Cooms who tins been very low with enlargement of tho liver is able to be out again forl There has been an unusual amount of sickness in this community this summer some cases resulting fatally Rev J T Waters has just returned from Conbtantine where ho has been enguged in a revival for several dats Mr W A Prank who has boen suw logging on the Ohio river near Rockport Ind returned home a short while nno Mrs Ella lleyser and little son left last week for Old Point Comfort Va to be gone several days on n visit to her Bister Eld A N Whittinghill nnd wife aro at- Â¬ tending the Olackford Association which meets nt Pleasant Grovo Ohio county this week Mr John McDaniel of leitcbfiold camo over last week after his little daughter Myrtle who has beon spending several dsys with Miss Mittio Praizo Mrs Chambllss of near Pulls of Rough who has been visiting in this neighbor Â¬ hood for the past week returned to her home on tho flth accompanied by her daughters Mrs Ruth Whitinghill Mrs Sue Mercer and Mrs Annto Parson Ono day last week Mr Lonnlo Matting ly was severely but not fatally injured on the farm of Mr Ken Rhodes by n young mule running away with a road cart to He was which he had It harnessed tbrowu from his seat ono foot cnught In soino way und ho was dragged some dis- Â¬ tance beforo be got loose from the cart Died of flux on the night of July 23rd Maud little daughter of Mr nnd Mrs J W Dlaysbrook Bhe passed away llko a dream or a story From a bosom of lovo to a uunslon of glory On the morning of the 1st init Died Miss Annie Cannon after days of suffering with typhoid fever quietly breathed hor last Her remains were interred In the cemetery at Leitchfield being followed to their last resting place by a large number of relatives and friends From Iovos shining circle Ibe gems drop away Being a consistent christian and amia Â¬ ble In disposition not only will thero be a vacant chair around the family hearth Â¬ stone but in church Sunday school and In every social gathering the absenco of her kind sweot face and gentls unassum Â¬ ing manners that made ber so dear to all will cast a gloom over the entire commu- Â¬ nity for days to corao To the bereaved family wo extend our heartfelt sympathy lUoxoii INCORPORATION NOTICE lJ The Clover Creok Gas Company has contracted lor n well and will locate it out- Â¬ side of town The directory went out lato yesterday evening to decide upon a place Uev I li Timberlake preached in Holts chapel last Sunday morning and here at night He had a full house and his sermon liro Timberlake captivated everybody is a great favorlto with our ppople Cloverport is getting the biggest end of t to trade on the Irvlngton branch and she is now fitting up cars to run over that line to supply tho people with all the goods thoy want Its mighty hard to down a live town Miss Annie Mays name was by over Â¬ sight omitted from tho list of teachers in the High School Everybody knows that Miss Annie is a fixture in this institution and the omission was not intentional Sou tho part of tho board or tho principal Poor Ireland will likely never know what n blessing Ganters chicken cholera cure It is not only a has beon to America but it positively cures the preventative If it falls remember your sick chiokenk money will bo refunded by all druggists The lumber and slavo business here is There are twenty moytng pretty livelv five teams hnuling lumber nnd ns many And then there are moro hnuling staves teams hauling tics coal tobacco and Um Â¬ bers for gas derricks making it one of tho busiest towns in tho land Mr Ii T Roberts of Roberts Bottom was in our city last week In speaking of his wheat crop bo said it was the finest he I bad in sixty live bad mado for years acres nnd and it averaged tweuty fivo This this Is the busheles to the aero beat yield we have heard of in the county Aro broken down from overwork or housonoM rebuilds com of bUo COMING DR T W FORSHEE SlECIUIST SUHOKON lato of Louisvillo Ky has by solicitation of muny patients in this vicinity agreed to stop off at Cloverport ou his return trip from Owensboro Thursday Aug 20th C p in and will remain till Priday Aug liOth G p in can bo con- Â¬ He gives sulted at tho Cloverport Hotel special attention to tho treatment of de Â¬ formities radically cures ruptures piles fistula by a now and painless method with- Â¬ out tho use of knifo castin or ligature Parouts who have children suffering de Â¬ formities or rupturo should embrase this opportunity Tho euro of children Is very Ho cures nassai eay taken In timo oatauiiii female diseases bladder and kidney trouble In a very short time Throat and Lung disease eyci ears seminal weekness involuntary discharges or ommisilon aro permanently cured fits or falling sickness is cured in a short time He un Â¬ by his uew method of treatment dertakes no Incurable cases but cures hun Â¬ Go early dreds pronounced lucurablo His rooms are always crowded wherever he stops Remembor the date und bring your sick Consultation free neighbor Address with stamp llox 7C5 Mauirox Ixii TIlO CEIEIMATKn and Physician Many Persons Iron Bitters llrowus aids digestion tho system ad cures uftlaiU UvtUw gsaulno Notico Is heroby given that II A Oolse A Waldo I Oolio Q K Irovos P M Smith Simons and V N lolk have this day as soclatcd themselves together ns a body coriw rule under tho nsino of the SILVUll WAVE JAS andMINEIWL COMPANY and havo Mod articles of Incorporation as required by law In the Ilrcokonridge County Court under Chupter 50 of the general statute of Kentucky to have perpetual succession to samo and to suo and be sued by their corporate name to huvo a common seal and to alter the same nt plensuro tho Interost of stockholders transfer nblo only on tho books of the company The principal placo of business of snld com Â¬ THE LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS AIH pany is at Cloverport Ilreckenrldgo County L E A ST L R It Kentucky and tho general nature of the busi Â¬ ness Is to bore and operate for oils gsses and SHORTEST QUICKEST minerals of all description to run pipes for AND DEST LINK TO conducting samo furnishing same to prtvato and publlo individuals and municipal corpora Â¬ tions erecting and operating mills and manu Â¬ factories buying and selling ores minerals AND ALL POINTS gases mineral waters and oils and Manufac Â¬ turing tho same and trnnsportlag to market nnd selling their products The company shall commence business on Time Card in Effect Bee 16 1888 tho IStb day of July 1889 nnd shnll continue for twenty flvo years unless sooner dltsolvod Lr Louisvillo 845 am900 pm4il0 pm by tho vote of a majority of the stockholders 7i25 Arr St Louis 7t45 affairs of said company shall be conducted The 950 pm Evansville 235 by a president vice president secretarytress For further Information call on or address urer and a board of from three to six directors and other ofllcers and agents as said corpora Â¬ JOS S 0DI0RNE tion shall elect the directors shall be elected Oenl lssi Agt Louisville Ky on the 16th day of July and annually there B L BRYANT after and said board shall choose other officers Trav Inngr Agt Louisville Ky and agents the present Incorporators now constitute the board of directors until their successors are electod and qualified The highest amount of Indebtedness to which the corporation shall subject Itself at any time Qreen 3 Johnsons Admr J ireoUenrjR8 shall not acceed four thousand 4000 dollars The capital stock of said eodipany authorised Green 8 Johnsons Heirs J Circuit Courtt divided Into shares of Is one mlllUn dollars All person having claims against tho es Â¬ one hundred dollars eaoh and shall be paid In tate of Ireen S Johnson deceased are hereby at such times and upon such terms as skall be notified to produce their claims before uo prescribed by Ibe board of directors of laid properly provon on or beforo the 1st day of corporation and said stock shall be Sept 1889 in the bands of tho holders thereof WM II 11 ELL B 0 11 O 0 The private property of the stockholders shall bo exempt irom the oorporato debts and from all corporation liabilities II A Oelse A L Oelie Q K droves F MSmllh PATHWAY OF Waldo StraoDi E N Polk Ilia Greatest Wimkh naiwmon wanioa everywhere fjzoiuaivo wrriliry rnis i ru to Kuropo for inrrcnoftl in ii iircmc ni- Nkws Subscribe for tho IiiUunriiok CO UU Mai uHU ItlcluiwiidYu receive from coaches cars flats or rulllng stuuk of any railroad company any freight mcrchan dire or other thlags on any of tlio streets with- Â¬ in said city except as provided in the third section of this ordinance Skction 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 coachss cars flats or other rolling stock to remain in or upon any of the streots of tho City of Cloverport except ns providod for in tho third section of this ordinance Skction 0 It shall be the duty of every Railroad Company or person managing any locomotive onglno within tho city limits to ring or have rung the bell of such engino at all times while such Is in motion Sxctlon 7 That for ench und every viola- Â¬ tion of any of the foregoing sections of this or Â¬ dinance tho company or ponon or persons so offending shall upon conviction be fined not less than five nor inoro than fifty dollars tbo One recoverable before tho Mayors court Section 8 This ordinanco to ttiko effect fifteen days after tho pussugo and publication of Ctovtrporli Siction 1 It shall be unlawful for the Louisville St Louis Texas Itallroail Com Â¬ pany or any of Its agents servnnts or employes to stop any of Its cars engines tenders or g-stock on any of tho street crossings In tho City of Cloverport West of third strcot so as to obstruct the free passago of teams vehicles or persons without damage or Inconvenience nor shall they obstruct 3rd street with any of their cars engines or rolling stock for more than five minutes at nny timo Skction 2 It shall not bo lawful for tho li St L A T It H Co or any of Its agents servants or employes to run any engines tenders cars or rolling stock in the limits of snld City at a rate of speed not exceeding flvo mllos per hour Section 3 That It shall not bo lawful for any railroad company or any of Its agents servants or employes to rocelvo Into or dis charge from nny of Its coaches or cars or Hats or any of Its rollingstock any freight mer- Â¬ chandise on nny of the streets or highways within the City of Cloverport provided how Â¬ ever that the L St L T It It Co may receive and discharge freight at and oppisite their present depot at the East end of Hous- Â¬ ton Street but this shall not be construed as to give said railroad company any permanont right to tho UJO of tatd olrvol or any right greater than given In the original contractor ordinanco and said railroad company shall not permit cars coaches or rolling stock to re main on tho track or tracks on snld llouston longer period than twenty four Street for hours at any one time including night Section 4 That it shall not bo lawful for any person or persons whosoever to deliver or CLOVERPORT -- HIGH SCHOOL r - t Which enters its Second year under the guidance rollin- Major C W FOWLER- Â¬ Monday September 9th 1889 One years work has shown us the defects of the old plan tlvit has been followed iu the past and it has enabled us to prepare a graded 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 INCREASED NUMBER OF TEACHERS If you want your child to have a first class GiixnitAr Education let him take our Reouiau Common and High School Couitsi con sisting of in addition to the Common School Uranches which include Physiology and Civil Government Algebra Geometry Trigonometry and Surveying with Field Practice German Latin and higher Eng lish Geology Hotany Physics Physical Geography and Chemistty And lemembcr we have over What school presents a better course worth of Apparatus and firtOO woith of Engineering In struments all of which are used in our regular Course without extra charge Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S1C0 Â¬ Â¬ TERMS FOR TUITION Primary per month Intermediate per month Iroparntnry Ueyond Prep lfO 200 00 100 The Regular Course at present contemplates two years beyond the common school branches hut it is confidently believed the course will be extended two more years in 1890 If you do not care to take the Regular Course or if you want some thing more practical then take our Â¬ BUSINESS COURSE Consisting of Practical Arithmetic Algebra Letter Writing Commercial Law and Typowritlng from Phonographic dictation the fust school in the State to introduce this wonderful invention Ily means of this little instrument the necessity for laborious shot thaud writing no longer exists for it will repeat at any lime anything epoken into it any nwnlter qftime3 They arc rapidly supplying the place of stenographer iu our large cities and the young man that can supply aud use a Typewriter Hook-kccp-ing LI and Phonograph Is Certain of a Good Position BUSINESS COURSE Extra Tho Complete Course with use ot Instruments per month Typewriting per month with use ot Instrument nnd Phonograph Hook keeping per month 100 vif 200 1100 200 - St Louis Evansville West and South West Good boarding can be had at 250 to 300 per week All bills payable monthly or secured by acceptable note For further information call on or address Or to the Trusecs D R MURRAY P S MILLER Major Pies W G SMART W poWlcr prirt J C NOLTE Secy C P MATTINGLV Prof AUGUST RROWN Asst Prin Miss VIRGINIA S HRANNON aucvcmiunsi Miss FANNIE J1RASIIEAR Miss ANNIE RAITT Notice to Creditors TIiq Centre Qolk elective courses of study of Kentucky DmiyHIq 11 InlablUhcil IHII A and thorough education Faculty for coming year AVll YOIlMd full anil experienced corps of teachers Classical scientlflo ami Location healthful ami accessible Superior advantages for a liberal lteflned Christian homes Increased endowment and enlarged For catuloguo and other Information apply to I fruolileiit iluiivlUtt Kentucky For Sale calves cellence Also milch cows of all degrees of W D real ox- - II0IT Holt Ky Wanted Immediately live men to sell Fruit Trees For term address W 3 ASHIIY CloYcrport Ky Agents Wanted v RevlMittTalmages K LiFEA Wanted 1000000 Hickory Spokes 800000 feet Kim roles 600000 feet Hickory lumber OWENSBORO WHEEL CO Owensboro Ky An cntrgetlo man to represent Us hi Sales Agent WiNikuttR 4 Jjrowh Tbo largest Clothing and log llous In America j4 Wanted as rhlUaelphla3 ILtlfiffTnlli Jndigestiofl ft ilUtrcMtnR roroplMnl Imt by cmiHln tlw Momi tu irtumo lppnvwl anil Uio liiiiiitm rM retried W Hid jmrcit nl Tlmt Ajcts Si roiirl nl1IPH IitrilRrMlon U thn tout ritro IS not only 1 itNnH M MhcncomillralrlwltliUviTColiiplttlii U pHrtd by tie follmltKlcMlnony from Mm Centre Midi fr iji I Jufl f uI mm roniWiMiil miimi inmla my Ufa Ilvi r iiK - four VM I MilTirl uiitolil i II tlfc re iniHi nil linil BtriMiutti t lrn BlvlncnMruN nr fuM thn imwt ilPlli ntiicoiiUpinci tn ilo nil Within the tlniyi r omuiiiuoil tilivMclnti jroMPHrnnjiarllln w hhli lint NolHinn Airfnl remiltH Soon take tliu SiirMnjm- nny wiTinnw liirovuiiut In my tho iiau r hits proily uiietltu togim to return titter it eiltnu tin ability to digest tiiknn my tttrengtlr i ri fo oil each iluy mill niter u few oiitln of faithful iittiiitlnu to your directions I foiinil tuyitelf n will umnnti nhlu tn uttrinl to nil household duties Tim ineitlilno hui given mo it new Icnsu ol life 1 1 Ayers Sarsaparilta rntrAiiiii only woman wlio linn yci vuiuitr- con- -- i lillwr III me unsure uhmk- i urn my Bocraled by the work ol Blio mncl Itirougu tiiwi uocrouo cKTi lza tho vcntinciiU known through tho no Uo of Father Dn- ho had l rougl OI1ol mt iw torj mien Buogo to outu ttv0 lumMoll to nnd mnp lU Tduy ttcro to Bmi wiajo to Imj given to her nt her ilrrturo Hlmt licit iind her lCnsllsli frlcmlii had orlcf kotch of her llfo tiuhlUlieil n nn nn- nor to tlio Imigc or tho custom hontonu thorltliii Tlio IJiciikhjI Vntliollo Times Just tolmml telUwho nholai Nelllo Kliivln h highly no well wlucntctl nml lery well compllntiol knonii In well Informed Cnthollo circles In LIvcritooL Thoroughly tnnglit nt tho board ing iichool of tho Iaithful Coinpnnloin of Josus Doo lionwi Cluster nho U cnmo u dally goierncss tamo tlmo after leaving whool to Mr Pierce Heaver house Uimct lnne 8ef tou mi k Llvuiool mid lunnlned in tlmt family until ISSi when alio left for Ixinilon to undergo thero a courwi of lio pltal train lug Miss Ncllla Flavin is n brillliint pianUt nnd Is of an amiable energetic and resolute illt ixwltlon Bho litis broken miiny Htrong ties to Ueioto her life to tho crvlcoof Uods most uflllctoJ creatures and has left bvhltid her a mother lister nnd brother us well as many friends holding her In their heal t of hearts Donahous Magazine llio Woman Mnrtjrr of Molotctit Liverpool glrljls Ml s NcIIId Ilnvlti a - ALFRCD 0 1 PARSONS DMAKEMAN QUYTONS BRAVEnY ODD3 AND ENDS 1iiliitor Mini y I t0 iwi Â¬ HKECKENRIDGE NEWS lovilj The Iuimm Itincli Lnwn parties nro tho thing In tho suburbs and tho lemon lunch is tho fuvoi Itu of all and it must bo confessed it is not a bud idea for a hot day Tho Invitations to the lemon lunch bear n lemon fornciest nnd overy body who attend wears a knot of lemon col ored rlblion laeh ono brings n lemon too Somo young ladles of tho hostess family or acquaintance rut tho lemons In two nsthey 1Voiiiuii Wninnii come nnd put tho seeds into n lemon colored bouL The ingenuity of too lady of tho es A rather cjnicnl tonM runii llitig tate is displayed In tho decoration of her taWoman She requires nn tulog alio ble Kverythlng Is j ellow so fnr as iresihic spenkg for herself flowers chhin tho border of tho nnpUm and cloth Kacli dish has tho llaor or sea The only way to prevint whats pnst soning or garnishing of lemon tho end mi s Mrs Muldoon is to put u Mop to it of tho lunch tho lemon seed bowlAt brought Is before it huppens and each lady has a guess how many on seeds It contains tlio ono guessing nearest ro Mrs Snidkins snys her hunmuil is n ceKlnga pilzoof n picco of yellow three humlrd man right hand left hand tho ono making tho worst estimate n china lemon snil a little behind hand Doston Advertiser wjueozer Mrs lason Whtit n poor spiriteil creat- Â¬ That Aw Till Clcurctlr 1 wish ure jou nre leliel you would be If good either n man or n mouse Mr Juboii I liernlclons ndvlco would stop thatisoof tho clgniette It would lw sivn no wish I whs n mouse Id make jnu climb moio Professor I Jill In snys thero Is but one lHilsou in u good cigar but thero uro flio In n the bedpott in n holy minute Kichauge cigarette tho oil in tho paper tlio oil of nic No man ever wishes he was a woman otine uiltetcr to preservo tlio tobacco opiexcept when he is tired and has to gije up um to mako it intlil nnd tho oil In the flavoring A mouthful of thosmoko blown through his chiiir Wheeling Intelligence n handkerchief will leavo a bronu stain but Vim can get inlo n womuns graces blonn through tho nostrils no stain appears easier by pleasing her buby th 4ti by H it It Li left In tho head and throat Iast year tering herself Mother pride is stronger there were 11SX000 cigarettes mndo In tho United States nnd tho consumption war than female vanity Chicago Mail rants the enormous manufacture It Is n If you want to find out ull About women w holesnle urstem of poisoning Dr Holmes the habit of smoking clgniettes espeinl sas and their wnjs as some young man who ly enfeeble tho n iwiier St IouIs Jlubo- hus never been married Kxchange A woman generally doe not know how A irnre On u 1oiver to drive a imil hut sho knows how tn Columbus f nd The Court House nt wheedle a mnn into driving it fur her Oreerisburg the county seat of Decntur Soun rvlllo Journal county just east of llarthulouiuw is a very It is ono of the piradoxes of life tlmt old structure nnd hns been noted lor sev the more a wife keeps her husband in hot eral years hi enure of tliu extrnordinury water the colder he grows toward her spectacle of large trees growing on the Huston Courier tower of the structure The trees wero The foolish woman darkeneth her house planted many years ago nnd have attain- Â¬ to save her carpets and keep out Hies nnd ed a remarkable growth The County behold her ihildren grow pale nnd disease Cotniniaiioners lime just iesued nn order markelh her lor its prey for their removal and there are objections A Current Obnermtion being raised ugaiust the edict being Dr st Co Lowol Mats Aycr lrlir II nil bollca IS Worth 1 ft bottle J C Â¬ Â¬ Mr Alfred Pm muis wliu Is still conveniently young tin nkunfd tO Ills Hint Visloil Of pltSLS- ant material In tho coinprehonslvo county of or Homorsot a capital router of Impression n ilnter of tho bucolic Us tins been to America ho has even reproduced with m marknbio discrimination nnd truth somo of tho wnyildo objects In that country not mak Â¬ ing them look lu tho least llko their EiiglUh equivalents If equivalents they may bo said Was it thero that Mr Parsons to havo lenined no nell how Americans would tike Iltgland tonpjicnrf I nsk this lillo question Mmply hcenuso tho Knglandof his jiencll nnd not less of his brush of h eminent brush Is exactly the there would lio much tosn Ingliiud tlmt tho American Imagination restricted to Itself constructs from tho poets tho novelists from nil tho delightful testimony It Inherits It wns scarcely to havo liovn RUppooit Ksslhto that tho natlvo Jxilnt of vluw would einbraco nnd obscrvo ho many of tho things that tho moru or less famished outsider Is In vulgar artanco oftor In other words though I appear to utter a fool ish imrndox tho danger might havo tccn that Mr Parsons know his subject too well to fool It to fiel It I mean IAmerlealn Ilo Is ns tender of It ns If ho were vngue nbout It nnd ns cci tnln ns If ho wero blase Hut after hn lug wished that his country should lio just so wo proceed to discover tlmt tt Is In fact not ii bit different lictwccn these phases of our consciousness ho Is nil unfnOing messenger Tho reader will remem Â¬ ber how often ho has accompanied with pic- Â¬ tures tho text of koiiio unliable mpcr describ- Â¬ ing u imstoiiil legion Wnrwlckshlio or Surrey Devonshire or tho Thame Ho will remember his exqulslto designs for certain of Wordsworths sonnets A sonnet of Wordsworth Is n dilllcult thing to tllustrntn hut Mr Parsons rfio tusto has shomi him tho wuy Then thei o nro lovely morsels from his hand associated with tho drawings of his friend Mr Abbey head pieces tall pieces vlgucttcx charming combinations of llouer nnd foliage decorutivo clusters of nil sorts of pleasant I mill emblems If ho has nn Inox liausttblo feeling for the country In gcnoi ul his lo oof thomyilad KnglUh flowers is per Â¬ haps tho fondest itnrt of It Ilo draws them with rare jicrfcctloii nnd ninny s little definite delicate tremulous things as they mo with n cei tutu noblcvmess This latter quality indeed I nm jitoiio to llnd lu all his work nnd I should insist on it still mmolf I might refer to his imsirtaut paintings Ho com posltonrothoiimtsof which any lUstinguNlicd talent Is mado up that wo hiio to feci our w ay ns o eumnerato them j und jet that ery nmblgulty Is a ehalleugo to analysis and to characterization This nobleness on Mr Par sous irt Is tho element of stj le something largo and manly oxpiessiveof tlio total character of his fuels Ills lanilscasj Is tlio laud sciqwof tho male Won ami jet his touch Is full of sentiment of curiosity and endearment Theso things nnd others liesldc nmlu him tlio most living of tho new wolkers lu his line Ilurjiers Mngazlno Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In a Lover or llin Nullin InalUh riinrrra 111 obey ed cured me of ugly nnd I had very pninlul boils or risings on my back und neck nt one time and a great many on my body I took S S S mid two bottles cured me This was live years ago und have had no boils eincv W i Mil ii rt Arlington Texas W II Wright of Rogers Aik a prom- Â¬ inent tanner and stock grower hays that Swifts Specific cured him of teller of twenty years standing Of course in that lime he had a great amount of treatment and says ihe wonder is that he did not Berutch the fesh rom his bones S S S cured him quick and permanently The continued use of mercury mixtures poisons the system cnuecs the bones to decoy nid brings on mercuiial rheumu- nsm i no use oi m h forces impuri Â¬ ties from the blood gives n good appetite and digestion und builds up the whole human frame Send to Swift Specific Co Drawer II Atlanta in for Treatise on Mood Diseases The Swift Specific Co Drawer At ImlH la oirer a reward of one thousand djllars tn uny one who will find by analy- Â¬ sis ii particle o mercury iodide of potash or oilier poisonous nubslatices in S S S Swiits SiMfilic twen-tj-thi- ee lloli lliiu k Will Ioiili kt Â¬ Mr It K Hawes was in the city yester day and announces his determination to cnifst the election of Aduir as circuit clerk of Iluncock county His friends claim tlmt they tan establish the Illegality of fully 21 of Adairs votes and as the tiler received u majority of only fi if tluy can kioik out that number llawcs is elected Oweusboru Mesner ger 1 llurll Wins iliut for years Me have been selling Dr Kings New Discovery fur Consumption Dr Kings New Iilo Pills Jluckleus Arnica Salve nnd Electric Hitters nnd have never hand led remedies that sell us well or tlmt have given such universal satisfaction We do nol hesilaU lo guarantee them every time and we Bland reuly lo refund the purchase price if satisfactory results do not follow their uso Theso remedies lnne won great popularity purely on I heir merits W Short Cloverporl Ky und J A Witt Ilurdinsbtirg Ky Ihuggists Never send a dollar away from home when tho articles n contemporary Buys that the dollar will purchase can ho ob Â¬ tained at home Money Is our financial I h circulation keeps the business blcod body alive Dleed tlmt body by sending hat money away from It ami socn Irude will put an a look of lethargy and Inactiv ity Always trade at home It Ii doubly uisful It helps ihe persons patronized and finds its war to you again C C C Certain Corn Cure Wo desire to suy lo our citizens warranted lo removo Corns Wurli and llunlom Take no other At drugciati or by mull Price 25 cents J U Mendeuhall A Co ITnnaville Ind ii vest men l Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results or in case of fuilure a On this safe return of purchase price plan you can buy from our advertised Druggist u bottle of Dr Kings New Dis- Â¬ covery for Consumption It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case when used for any ulhVclion of Throat Lungs or Chest such ns Consumption Iiillumutioti A Nmiv blurt In Sugar Tho sugar Industry of this country has of Lungs Ilronchitis Asthma Whooping taken nn entirely now start owing to tho Cough Criup etc etc It is pleasant employment of now methods In manufacturand agreeable taste perfectly safe und ing Tho methods now In use greatly lossen tho cost of production nnd au ordinary crop can always be depended upon can Ira worked up and sold for ill o cents icr Trial boltlo free at 0 W Short Clover pound leaving a handsoino profit for tlio proA Witt Hardinsburg port Ivy and ducer Tho now process of manufacture Is Ky rttractlug tlio attention of ngr Iculturlsts in tho northern nnd central states as well as Fiveyoucg men from Japan hnvo ar- Â¬ thoso of tho southei n portion of tho country rived in San Francisco to begin u years By thoInnew method of evaporating tho enno raised tho northern states can bo mudo a tour of the United States and Kurope fur pi ofltablo crop although It contains less Kao the purpose of studying legislative methods charlno matter than that labod in tho soutlu preparatory to the establishment of u con- Â¬ Southern sugar cane under tho present pro Â¬ cess w j leld about iXX pounds of sugar to stitutional parliament in their own country tho ton whllo tha uorthei n yields about 130 ounds to the ton Thrco sugar manufactoConsumption Miirul- Cured ries mo now Mug erected In Kansas with To tiik Kiiitoii Please inform your ovcry piosjwctof succcsa for their projectors readers that 1 have a positive remedy for and tho industry will doubtless extend to otlKT states ns soon as tho success of theso Ily its timely the above numej disease factories Is demonstrated Interview in use thousands ol hopeless cases have been Globe- - Democrat permanently cured 1 shall be gad to sent Ilia llald Ilrnil Won film n Wife two bottles ol my remedy fkkk to any ol Ill tho book of Mrs Uulll Willis tho Sa your readers who have consumption il they moaii woman uhoso husband n contractor will Bend me their express und post ollice left Alameda several days ago nud has siuco been missing occurs tlio following quaint Respectfully address story of how sho fell In lovo with licr hns M C 181 Pearl st New T A SLOCUM baiidt Vork Tho fli st thing Isuw when wo neat along bido tho thli was nwhlto man with n bald hcaiL That ltxkcd cry funny to mo ns I An epidemic of bloody flux is raging with fatal ifhjct in Warsaw Iowa nnd had novor seen u bald hcudod mnn liofore Ho was real fat und ulcu looking but ho Whitehall III and has also appeared in not have nny hair on his head nnd I got did my Keokuk Iowa Phsicians und undertak- Â¬ brother who could tnlk Dnglish to ask him ers in Warsaw nre endeavoring to conceal Just ns soon as ho got aboard w hero was all tho hair that belonged ou Ills head And the facts concerning it whlto man told him that ho lived In Califor- Â¬ nia mid they did not havo uuy cold Heather C C C Certain Chill Cure tho most thero but had w hat they eullisl a gloi loui pleariint lo lake of ull Fever nnd Ague cllmato1 and tho ell ma to had taken all tho Kemedlen Warranted to euro Chills and halroiriils hend We got very well acquaint ed and I liked him Iwcntisu when another Sold by 1 W Short Fever whlto man kept talking to mo this ono with tho bald head quuielcd with him nnd The poor old Republican Terrapin hav- Â¬ knocked him down so ho should not bother Oakland Cal Tr Ibune ing up in sight of the mo hobbled snoozing Democintic Itabbit two years A quocr but true story comes from JJe ago flattered himself that he cnuld run shaunock cast of Bharon Pa whero lived nnd Indiscreetly challenged Ilrer Itabbit nu old lady tU who wanted to go to Iowa or a race lau Monday Kvcrjboiiy knows but was af i aid to bucauso she had neer traveled by railroad BIm reiuarkl to a tho result Louisville Times friend at tho station that It would U her fir st nnd pcrhaiM lust ride ou the cars Bovcral Lei the Democratic parly resolve to days ago friouds in Iowa received word that choose 10U hontBt men to muke the new she had actually died on tho train The nolso arvt cxcltcmont hail Imon too much for her Constitution and us ull of tliem cannot bo able men let us have ns in any of that sort Tlia Ship Wm Sulci Louisville Timet as can be obtained Captalu reported tho ofllcer n ho camo up from below iwlo with fear tho water Is iiradslreets Commercial Agency reports gaining ou us Wo must HghUsi tho khlpl Ultli tho picbeuco of mind that distin 1D1H failures during tliu first hull ol 1881 guishes tho true hero from the craven In tho a gain of fid I over tlie first hall of 1888 hour of iicrll tho captain Instantly called all Is this the prosperous era ibut was lo fol- Â¬ hands on dock Men he said and his deep voice rang out low tlio election ol Mr Harrison cloar nnd strong over tho wild wiuto of waters that threatened to engulf tho stately Twenty five blocks comprising the en- Â¬ vehsel throw those things overboardl Tlio sailors wont to work with tbo energy busirioss portion of Spokane Fall tire of dospuir In lost tliAn an hour they bad Wy T were burned the estimated lost throivu ovtr tho sido of tho vessel tho prlvato being 1000000 One life was lost Uggago of a traveling actress awl three fashionable cane belonging to a Loudon The Irund Lodge Knights of Iytlilaa dude and the gallant ship with her leak now of Kentucky will meet In 0eniboro on high above water bounded ou her course like a thing of life Her commander hod September 17 18 nnd HHIi auved hen Chicago Tribune A Sure I Snullons n Illiinkot Snakes hnvo been known to snnllow liio dogs and rabbits say s Tho Clo eland Plain Dealer but tho nanator of snake stories has noieryet had tha hnrdihotxl to tinblushlngly luaku tho ujcrtion that snakes can fissl unit thrive on blankets Hut futmo suuko his toilans may include tlmt stoiy among tho snaLos nccomposlimenui lor without Kticteh Ing tho facts a pal tlelo tho tuciity flra foot Himlui now Ulng piKed and c oressl b- - Mrs William Do Is lu tlio dlmo museum got niny for a light lunch with a doublo woolen blanket Tho snnko had not trusted food for bomo time nnd Mra Doris left him crawling uboiitontho soft white blanket nnd when sho returned tho blanket was gone but his snakcshipsllguio wasnotqulto as pretty ns It used to lw Ho was all bunions knots nnd bolls nnd had evidently grown much stouter when tho tiuth dnwnod upon Mrs Doris that tho leptllo hiul swallowed her t blanket Medical aid was summoned and ho was given n keg of beer with which to wash the blanket down and at last accounts hq was as chipper nnd frisky ns n The doctors claim that It will bo Just ns easy for tho snako to digest tho blanket as tho live chickens mid inbbits ftntheis fur bono and all ou which ho Hies A now blanket woj fuiulshod him but this tlmo It was nallwl down to tho floor of tlio cago Tho blanket has been working its way down tho snakes body nud late last night it wns in n fair way of gottlng near his tail It is projiosod to consult a surgeon with a low of cutting n hole near thosnakos tail and pulling tho blanket out rather than wait for tho nutuial piocess of digestion A Smikn Ituw tin Siiveil t liiiln horn llelriiclliin hIiiI Afli rnnril Slnl k r I WillWnshliigtou has a social hciisiiIIou iam Ouyton n prtierous young butlnoss man fell In lovo with MIrs AiiiiIo James Darling nu heiress nnd tho pretty lilero of Hho ro- Chnrlen Hin neor of KXM H street ciprocntcd jierruittod hhn to slip an engngo- mont ring on her linger nnd then lilusliliigly told her mint w hat sho had dona Mrs Bjicii- ccr was very nngry throw tho ring lu tho flro nnd forbndo tho young lovers to meet again Put they did meet and until they got caught Then pretty Miss Annlo wns locked In her bedroom Hho bribed n scrvnnt girl to tnko n note to Mr Ill tons stores begging tier lo or to como nnd l clenso her That night Mr till ton crept stealthily Into tho yard nnd united until ho saw nn uprr window mUsl In nn Instnut n lr of sheets tightly knotted togcthor wero low Â¬ ered and then tho plucky llttlo miss swung herself down Into his outstretched nrms A hug a kiss nnd n hurried visit to tho housoof a friondly imrson mul thoy wero linked to Â¬ gether for life All tho next day tho Wellington iiolleo nought hi vnlu for tho missing gtiL Tho following morning sho wont back to her uncles houso for her clothing nnd on telling her nunt that sho was married sho was again locked In her room Hut It hnppcued that her husband wns waiting on tho door Â¬ step outside nnd w hen ho heard Ids lirldo scream ho forced his wuy into tho houso nnd rescued her Thoy hnvo secured n flat on Twelfth street and will soon bo comfortably eottlod In their own homo Mr Ouyton formorly lived In Chicago Ho Is n good looking young mnn but hns only ono thumb For tho missing ono ho got 1 000 besides column after column of prnlso In tho tiowsvicrs It was lu loSJ that Mr Ouyton lost his thumb Ho w ns n In nkeman on n freight train running from Kvansvlllc Ind to Chicago Ono morning lio wns In tho cnbooho nt tho end of tho trulu nnd tho engineer whistled for down brukes In tho startling ny that Indicates to every railroad nuiii that danger Is brewing Iirnkcman Ouyton ran to tliu front platform of thoca booso nud began tw tstlng nt tho brnko for nil ho wns woith Then tho collision cntuo Ilmkcinan Ouyton wns crushed between tho cuIkxiso nnd tho freight car just nhend of blm Ht cry ono of tho men on tho fielght trnin was killed or Injuud Two of Juj tons libs wci obi nken und his light thumb ciuslicd Tho collision nccimcd justwhuo tlio track innilo u sharp turn iii oimd tlio Inso of tlio hill nnd tho wicck pilcsl up on tlio track could not Ihj mvii nluindnsl ynidselthcr wny Then Urakemnu Ouyton I ecollivttsl that n passenger tinlii wns following llio or ten miles lielilnd Ids train nnd tlmt unless it wns flagged It would dash nioimd tho curve nnd Ihj wieokod too Hi looked forn flag but tho cnbooso was so badly wiccktil that ho could not find ono Uoldo tho wreck wns tho body of nnother brakemnn who had been killed Instantly Tho dead mill had on n reil flannel shirt Putting his mangled l Ight hand insiilo Ids lest si that it would not lx in tho way Iliakeman Ouyton toioofi tho lend mans shli land stnrtod back mound tho curio to flag tho passenger tialn Ho fell once but struggled to hisfoetnnd got in mm J tho cm lo nnd ou tho stiafght lino of the trnck Ho tut down on ono sidoof tho track too weak to stand and waited for tho passen ger train and that is nil Hi nkeman Ouyton lemembeied Tho engineer of tlio iiassongcr tialn saw tho bloody flguro ly Ing them bosido tho traclc with tlio ml flamiel sJilrt lu his Ixmd and stopjKsl thotialu TbobriikcmnnhadfnluUsl from loss of blood but ho had flagged tho passenger trnin nnd mated nnother nnd more bci Ions accident Ho lost n thumb nnd in return got f VKX nud tho thanks of many for his courago and bravery And this Is tho mnn who won pretty Annlo Darlings honit Washington Cor Chicago Timed 1 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John It Is Wvitley as u Ilijalcliin Â¬ not generally know n that John Wesley was something of a physician though his medical creed Is founded moro on theology than physiology In a volumo which ho published In 1747 and which went through twenty t ho editions in forty years ho states his lows on tho subject Ho holds that tho great antidote for niuny diseases is contained In tho curse In tho sweat of thy brow shalt thou cat bread i for tho Kver of exercise both to preservo and restore health Is gi eater than can bo conceived Ho holds however that nil medical treatment is or ought to lie empirical nnd decries scientific study Tho prescriptions ho gives aro haphazard enough Hcie nro a few examples For dropsy cat a crust of broad oi ery morning or lio electri fied for deafness put n llttlo salt In tho enr for a cancer of tho mouth or throat blow In tho ashes of scarlet cloth for consumption cat cow heel soup and every morning cut up a turf of fresh earth and breathe Into tho holo threo ouartcrs of an hour And so forth London Hospital Â¬ trying to cover wi many sins Tho greatest critics In the world nro tho dead beats who ilo not siy for wlnt thoy criticise Tim efforts mndo to lutroditrt- - luroiiean vegetables and fruits lu tho Congo state havo Ikxh rownnloil with great bikvokm About ono hundred and fifty color nro now obtalnctt from coal tar which litis almost entirely supplanted vegolablu mid aul nml dyes A Holding Cal man has in i Id u lot of sugar from tho natlvo mnplo mid connois seurs pronounoo It equal to tho Iicteiii product Charles Dickens yoitngot son Mr Ddunrd Ilulwer Lytton Dlckens Imi bix n elected n member of tho Now Booth Wales pm lliiment Ono Dr Thenlus of Vienna hns luvcuted ft priK es by which ho declares that good heavy solo leather ran lio mndo from thn wood of old red beech treoi At present tho Lifeboat Institution hus a Hoot of nearly 100 bouts but as theiu mo nbout 0T0O miles of const In the United Kingdom to guard tho number Is nono too largo A bird has built Its nest In tlio couoovcr nu clectrla light down In Ilrtiuswlck On nnd nt night makes a pretty picture against tho background of whlto flro A pleco of coal weighing flio und a half tons bus lieen cut nt Abel cam colliery Cornwall England to bo sent to tho Purls exhibition Tho block measures 7 feet it Inches long fi feet 0 Inches w Ido and il foot 0 Inches deep It Is said tho science of medlclno now knows 11000 remedies for diseases mid tho most rcmnrknblo thing lu tho fnco of this Is thnt xjoplo keop on dying precisely ns If dis ease could not bo cuicd Tho northern pajicrs nro nlludiug to tho southern melon trust Thero Is no melon tiust tmt If thero was It would lio nil right The fanners ought to hnvo somo kind of trust lu older to keep up with tho rest of tho people Atlanta Constitution It Is stated In Foxs Uxk iqxm regimental losses In tho Ameiicun civil war Just published that the Thirteenth leglmcnt Massa chusetts Volunteers hnd a smaller ivrccntngo of deaths from dlscnso than nny three yeius regiment lu thocutlio Union army In flftvcii cases Investigated after lightning liad struck n building nud ilouo more or less damage It was found that In nlno cases tho discharge modo Its wiry to earth through tho water ploi In two through gas pipes nnd In only ono wns thero nny probability of tho regular lightning conductor having done its duty John A Fuliner of Moral la N Y has in his possession a neck yoko which lino n history It originally lielonged to Maj Gen riedeilck William Augustus Dai on do Steu ben who enmo to this country In 1770 Ilo died In 1601 so It will bo seen this neck yoko Is qulto n relic Tho wood nppenrs to lio whlto oak At tho St Iouls fnlr ground they havo trained n big elephant to pull tho heavy har- Â¬ row used to smooth tho training trnck after tho horses nro dono woi king mid sho Is so fond of tho cxcrclso that as soon ns sho Is let looso sho goes to tho plaoo and kneels to havo tho harness put on her A southern farmer has n colt that has learned to ring tho farm boll by catching tho ropo In his teeth and prancing back and IJ knows too when to ring It nt foi th daybreak to nw nken tlw fai m hands nnd nt noou to call them to dinner und Is noicr Iho minute j lato or early Mr Gladstones ancestors It appears weio pirates In lOOVi n comanyof adienturerj scut out tho Ooorgo of Glasgow fully cqui lod us n prlvntoer to prey on tho Dutch mer- Â¬ cantile marlno nnd Halbert Gladstone merchant In Kdiiihurgh was ono of tho co ndvontuicrs From this gentleman buccaneer tho English Liberal statesman Is descended Tho Medical Press says thero Is n talk of applying telephones to tho Infectious wards of tho French hospitals so as to enablo tho sick people tsotatoj In tholr contagious suf ferings to havo tho comfort of hearing their rolatlvos voices without nny ilsk of convey Â¬ ing infection by un Interview It certainly Is a very humano Idea mid would not ono would think bo n very costly ono to carry out Tho pictured rock of tho ICnuawha vol ley near Charleston W Va has boon covered tiy tho river owing to tho building of a dam by tho govornmsnt It Dono of very foiv documents of tho Indians left In tho eastern states and has often Iweii attributed to n vanished rnco of tho ordlnnry Indian typo Figures of men bears Uh ami fowls mo carved on a smooth part of tho stoui Iti a fashion that is thoroughly Indian though perhaps not tho work of tho trlbjs las In pas session of Paint Crock and tho vnlloy of tho Kanawha Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho tnnutlu of charily has been woiuthln Whaf is GRIA Cnstnria in Dr Snml PHi 1 M Infants nttil Chlldrons Onmnlnlnt it ftrnTni- - vihhk- vm J i nrcKorroor Knrootlo Syrups A Ciillflroit cry forCaorrrT Mll- Hioim of Mnthm n lilOHnCntitorln -- r- - s Castorln cures Colic Constliiallnn Hour Stoinaoti IUarrhiiMi Kriictallnn fjlvM healthy sleep nlso nlils Ulgwtlon without nnrcollo stiiifncUon I recommend Castorla for chtldrens complaints ns superior loony presci IMIon r A Ancnr n Jr I known to me 111 Ho Oxfont BU llrooklyn NV Tins CKXTAtin CoMr ANY 77 Murray Bt New York S mVVUTOUVVWATOWVVWWyfmwum1TO OUERBACKEK GILMOEE CO- - Wholesale Grocers 31 6z 321 TXT GIVEN 1tl St TO FILLING ORDERS V LOUISVILLE KY SPECIAL ATTENTION FULTON ssk 4Qs M kiv Baft W3lall fl Brewers and Bottlers of stjsl UPI1 t VQ fW fl 1 P t fsPWtf fsBfe mhh Messrs Gregory CORPORATION NOTICE licrehy glien tint Alcnnilr Ilcnlley H 11 llcrce Jnrcphrri C YVpHttcillohl lames Iotry ami C M llul litt liiiui initot iatcil tliiinfelvcB ns a body cnrpuriitu nml politic under tlio curpnrntonamo oflANTIIEH CIIKKK IAS mul iMINIHlAL r Itrcckenrblgs County COMPANY Ky with ltsHiirliiliiironf Ijusinois ntCluierport lireckeiirlilfio County Krnrupky ihogcmril iiituro nf tho limlticis of mM cnuiiMny slnll lioloinlngiiiul purvlisdng lumlii llio Imilrg mul fluking nf iivlla fur nili gnii mineral waters anil wntcr tpiiirln ntunu cluy Miiil nml ullur KiilitiiiHo tu run plinii inr einductlui tnnio luriilnliiiig riimu tu In diiiiliinlii piivntu ami puhllu ejrioriillini inunic Ijil ui iiiiitions trotirgiuul peratlng mill ii il niniiufiictiirics laying nml fvllln mineral innus mul rlghlf triinniiirtiiig nml selling err tiniiirnlf gim uUf find emit etiuio nml tit lit r inliiulilo uhtuiirc ntnl riper ating nml luiniiig hrrolnrc tc J ho cnjiltul ntutk nf mul cmiij my Is the mm of one million ilmiiiii dulhim Tlio tlmo of eipiiiiiiincniiint nt fiilil cnrpuri Hon tho lrttli dny ot April 16SU nml tho tcr miiiiitinn 25 years thurtiftur Tho nlfulrs nl luihl curiiiriitlnn me tn he enn ductnl by ii priniiluiit ncrclnry trenmrir nml a lionrd t f tlirecluri1 nut Ifn tliunlue in mini kcr nurniiiio tluin nine itIhi nro tu lie eletted Niillco Is Co Agents CJoverport Ky Iiij IIkIicii TTUC IHES j fhfTk SURE CURE FOR cOlJ Fever t FOR 30 YEARS A SUCCESS Iteinl Ihls Tt sliiutii Itien TitV IT I tir Vtinrseir ujii u tin lull mtniif A Un lilt On Mr M M ICottomiin Inroy Ark I enniortlfy lu tho Iict tint Hughes funic is llio lust chill tonlu 1 over tried I oim nlder It better tluin iiilnlne nny hittic tia hiiimm Co Mr II V MoUumilil Laurel IIIIIMtrs Your Hughes Tunio forclilll nnd writes lover Ii is never filloil yet nml I halo until it tn u muulier uf chruiiio cneoa It euros theui every tiiuo Ask Fop Hughes Tonic and take No Other tirMiiioMHiMs PRICE SI 00 PER BOTTLE lliUMUKI IIV 1 ho liiislitiit uiiiuuiit nf imlilitiilnciit nr Â¬ hility In which tlo tliuipnny at any time ghnll suljcct llvtlt Is tho uiii nt live tlimnniil 611111 Unlliirp nml the irivutu prnperty ut the tuck hoblcrs It tu bo eMint rum corpiiriitu ilclits IhU tho lilh day nl Augutt 188J annually tht rriifler ni R rnr A ROBINSON LOUISVILLE KY CO Sale hy DruggiM K0I1 Joseph Friul HIAK 11 v Iinnus letry It Jl lieree lee lluntlj RICHARD OWEN Clovorport Ky Ky C A C Mltullitt Inglis nltcrliohl and J A WITT Hardinsburg INCORPORATION NOTICE Co Â¬ 1 Lace Winning port labor qulto by themselves and fow peo- Â¬ ple havo nny Idea of tno amount of labor In volved In tlio cleansing oiieratlon nnd of tho kill und know ledgo required This labor of course comes lu chiefly In tho drying for tho washing U but a simple thing lu comparison A tablo U cushioned nnd covered closely with a spotless cloth and ou this tho loco Is stretched w 1th an lutrlcuto cm o tlint Is amazing through every mesh n pin is placed to hold It lu place and tho whole tineery of tho pattern Is thus pi Icked out till every leaf nnd spray nnd sprig Is firmly fastened so tlint tt cannot shrivel orcontinctawholoday being sometimes used up In piepai lug n slnglo yard of tho lace so that w lien dry It Is lifted oil soft and iXTfect nud unimpaired in tho design Hm pers Ilazar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mexican Chivalry Tlio washers of nlco loco form a class of ex Â¬ 111 - Â¬ Â¬ ir Out mi tliu lljm Author Ulan ou optics sny tlint nny nrtl flcial light Is moro or less Injurious to tho eyes If they m o long used by It tiddly mi nc count of tlio want of dllrulon Ii nil nrtlflcial light The Genu in minister of Instruction issued somo tlmo ago n repoi t upii llio lufln encoof gaslight on tho pyo Hie conclusion airlvcdnt In this report tho iis ilt of fre Â¬ quent conference with well knmui physi cians Is that no ovlls follow u moderate uso of gas If tho direct action of tho y ellow flamo on tho cyo Is prevented For this piurioso a milky whlto glass shado Is said to lo tho liet as it illstiibutcs tho light eicnly People whosoojes mo very sensitive may with nd- autugo uso bhndes of n dm k bluo tint When working by m tlflclal light tho best plan Is to let It fall from above nnd over tho left shoulder -- Now York Telegram Â¬ iuits two native liullnn girls dressed lu white their heads Imre their black hair streaming down their backs their eyes aflamo with excitement Moth clasped to their breasts a small crucifix Surrounding them wero a dozeu half crazy dovotces w hoso frenzied cries swelled tho chant of tho youngest iculteiit Buddeiily from out a pulquo shop on tho opposlto corner dm ted thioo men ovldcutly icons With a quick movement thoy divided tho pressing crowd sprang ahead of tho girls nnd taking their own ziraics from their shoulders threw themsclvoi In turn In front of tho pcnlteids As tho girls crawled across them tho first peon w ould again solzo llio suirupo r uu iihead and lesprond It It is n ienanco senor said n bystander not of ten soon hero Tho girls Mloio thoy havo committed somo great sin They uioou tho way to Hemodlos tho chnpol that you soo on tho hill yonder Dut lor theso drunken ixsons they would Icivo n bloody track Youths Companion Â¬ Tho gallant net of Blr Walter Pwilelgh lu spreading his cloak before Queen DIUabstb to save her foot fiom tho mud will ulwuys bo remembered as nn Instance of knightly devotion Yot tho net has Its parallels all tlio mora noteworthy In that thoy sometimes occur when tho leciplont of tho courtesy Is no queen but nn humblo maiden Tho author of A Whlto Unibiclla In Mexico describes such a sccno Ouco I caught sight of n ceremony not of ton soon In Zueatecas nnd rarely met with elsewhere In the middle of the street upon their knees on tho rough stones walked or rather crawled Is Mutilating Hooks I ico fi oiii tho Ilostou pajici a that a resi dent of the homo of culttuo bus been sent to Jail for llio months for mutilating n nfer enco Ixxik ut one of the publlo llbrui Ijs Tho muUhmont may seem suiere but the oireuso sn veiy giuvuonc From time to tlmo wo havo had exiKiiuhs- - Hies ivndercil mirthless by tho Ktenllng i a page nud iignln nnd ocaln lure cuts have Us u stolen m d lltthr Itonis cut out of old Siuii udiillsm tin meaii hludiif tiileiiu uiti i wuyj to lie lciuijj i l ik Doncs iut Â¬ lsis limit nnd dlo of dysieisla Wo may eat moat only ami ticx o no gross and coarso In mind nnd jierson Wo may cat fruit mid content ooi sclrcs with tlw nnsuranco that In Adam nil dlu Wo miy ent anything nivl oierytlilng rntVccllancously given uudcaiulesUy ivccivul and make of our stomachs a re pository nnd a physical junk shop Hut H It well to do tbfsr aood Ho lKokeejv bile-u-bra- n What May Wo Ilir Wo may ent potatoes nnd salt nrr 1 -- exist Wo may cat fish nud bocomo trrnks Wo may oat broad nud butter w Ithout iig I Â¬ 1 cIiscjL ClirinUtry for u Child Tho Piuctlcal Teacher gives tho following ilmplii experiment In choinUtry which any child can tr yi Cut throe leaves of rod cabbage into small pieces and after placing thorn In a basin pour a pint of boiling water over them totting them stand nn houri then pour olT tho liquid Into a decanter It will lo of a flno bluo color Then toko four w Ino glasses Into oi put six rlrowof strong vinegar Into another six drops of solution of soda Into n third tho tamo quantity of a strong solution of nluui and Ut tho fourth glasr remain empty Fill up tho glasses from tho docuuter and tho liquid poured Into tho gkua containing tho acid will quickly chango to a beautiful rod that poured with tlio sods will bo flno green hat toured In with tho alum will turn to a pretty purplo whllo that loured Into tho empty glow will remain un Â¬ Â¬ tliatn tho first meatisof recognizing nu Amer Â¬ ican lady on tho streets of Im Isl Wo would as soon think of buttoning up our vests or putting on our ties nf tor leaving tho door for a walk In Pulls Many and many a tlmo wo havo picked out Amei Icnus In Paris by thnt sign I rather like tho Amei leun girl for h though Bho looks as If sho didnt euro n cent whom it pleased or dUplousod Phila delphia Inquirer Literature has her quacks no less than medlclno nnd thoy nro divided Into two classes Thoso who havo crudltlorr without genius mid thoso who havo volubility with out denth J wo shall got second hand sense from tho ono rind original nousensu from tho other Coltou Â¬ A Sign of the Ainorlcmi Womuiu Soo that lady putting on her gloves sold n Frenchman ns ho stood In front of tho Lafayette hotel last owning Do you know Tlio umlirtlgncil ifrnn hnvo artocintiil thcmselvos together this tho lOtli day of July 1880 as a ooriorntlun unilor Chaitcr 50 Icno ral Stntiito 3STO lat Tho names nf tho corporators are leoro I M Mniahiill Jmntaon 0 M McUlolhlnn A M llanlln ami II U Klclinnlsnn 2nd The nuiiiM of the cnriorntloti ahull lio Tali I nrr IIITert TLo llrcolienriilgo Trontnii Kuck 1iaCuinpnry nnj lt irlnciial jiluco of Imlneaa Stephona At 600 oclck A Sunday May 121883 imrt Kentucky until olherwlto changed hy tho lionril of dlrcclora Hnt lltiimtl Timiit Hunt llmnitl Tl libit iil Iho business of this corporation shall lo iiurcliaslni lousts or liimU lcuIng lumls bore M II AMI Mill AM ing wells tor gns oil nlt- - water anil other valu kxrmiKi STATIONS ixi iiish subataiiccsiinil tho uso manufacture ami 74AU lvUnIuneniitItouivAr lldiii ablo of eucli mlo proilucts iunrryln llthogrniilitc KOil Kentucky Strict lolltlo cement nml bitumenuus rucks nml tin Alum Iluune preparation iniinufucturo and salo of sand or IlviKuro Ultimo Inrk their products 111 d tho mining of prvclous Viillt y luetula iuiiI or miner ill nml tlio production Mi inlaw Irwii and aulo of thorn und their products nml tho 11 her Vlevr laying of conduit pipoj and thutrunspurtntiun 8 li Went lnint ol oil gna urothor laluablo suhatinccs U 14 Itiiik lliven 1U7aii 1 Ii Tho capital atock uf ruiil cninpiny fliall U 22 Loni llnnicl IIVJ bomo milliun dollars it bIiiiII bo dlilded Into 32 Wolilnn 1110 shares of ono hundred ilollar cnoh nnd its U 12 II III lkton itoik when Issued by tho company almll bo V M luitnii U fully paid up and lion csseHsablo in the hands J Ml lrvintiin of the tuck huldciH thereof frnld stoolt to bo 1007 Wcunlcr 1115 triintfirrtil only 011 tbu books of tho company 1015 Liiilllmrj lllill und upon surrender of tho original certificate 1021 1iercc 1047 5th Tho buslco a nflulrs of this roinunnv 10311 1062 Siiiiio shall bo iimnugod by a board of directors con Â¬ 1041 btciiliotminrt 1011 sisting uf nut less thnn livonur moro then aoieii 1051 Hull Ill 31 who nro tu bo elected from tho stock holders 1105 Cluvcrniirl 0ls annually on tlio second Tuciday In July At SUII1111111 1121 1002 nil elections held by this corporation the hold Â¬ 0 18 II ii lliiMtn llin ers of Its atotk ahull bo entitled to ono voto for u 29 1150 Falcon mull rlmro of stock hold by them and inny vote 021 115iu lowlort tho mnio either In person or by proxy Tbo 1101 121liU Iuwcrs dlnotors when elected shall hold their ofilucs to 1227 H4U lur the term uf nnayonr or until their succes Â¬ 1217 Arr Uivcnrhuru Ivo HiViu sors aro elected nnd ruatlfleilf ouch board ol 100 Stanloy H14 directors when elected shall organlcoby olootlng iVortblngtnn 10J Hot 11 irisldeutvlco prosident secretary und treas 1211 Sintt4villo 744 urer Iho nlllee of secretary und treasurer inny Ilimkctt 7 I5 1HI be bold by ono nnd the tamo person and may 150ruArr Ilemlenon Ivo 7 20au or may nut be stuck holders Ihe board may appoint and employ other oflloors or ngenti nctcsnry for tho companies business tltli iho luei rporutors hereinafter named shall constitute tho boird of directors for the ensuing year or until their ucccssor nre elect Â¬ ed nnd qiiullncd as herein provided Till Iho bonrd of directors limy enact by lawi lor tbo regulation ol the buslnoss ntTaln 211 of the coinpiay and in nllur uuiend or W ubollsh tho same us they nWy think pruper Kill Tho highlit amount of Indebtedness to w un una company shall ut nny ono tlmo sub Â¬ ject Itself shall bt ton thousand dollars THE CHEAHESV Uth Tbo jrlinlo properly of the lucorpn niton ofilccrs stock holders nnd direoturs uf Ibis company shall bo exempt from ill couornto dchisuiid liabilities luih Tlilacurnointlon liiginlla oxlitonca on Iho loth tluy ol July IbHJ and It shall eon llniielurii term ol tweul live yiars unless soonir toriuliiuted by a vote oriimiihirlty tflis mock 1th Leans on land or other propirty rni nerviies perlormcd limy bo ncceptod by tho buard or uirccliirs In payment lor unek nud tbo stuck of said cumpuny limy lo sold by said board nt such linos in such amounts und un suoli tiriut ns thoy tuny donn best and propT tleurgti Jsinlson 0 M MiUJutbtnn AM Iliirlln It 0 KlcharJsin ieo M Murshall Louisville SI Louis Texas RJ 8 TIME SCHEDULE lti 12 llJl li easiest to VTHE BESTCJ iJ rB rryf7 CI fe5AND 1 Tho pfcnlu aenain Ii at liaml Ilompui ber tlie Nkwh IHicn when you want lilIU rrnlfd AdvfrtUri In tho lluiHKrUilKik Ni ws 10 The lutuit novuliy n a cents at lliblmms SuliHcribo oirl ae only fir - m i ij llin Hiikukkxiiiikik Nttt3 -