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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wiBPpiqpwiwsfr Hzspr- - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIV ROAN MOUNTAIN -- ar CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1889 FOUND IN NO G ALL POSITIONS WHAT A MAHINE ODDS AND ENDS 1 CADET MUST DE - POWDER Absolutely Pure A This powder never vnrlos purity strength nnd vliolosomonos economical thnn t ho nrdlwiry kinds not lio hoM In compctllton with tlio of low test iiliort weight nluin or innrvel of Mure nnt rnn phnshhute multitude IlAKINU rowdors VnM only in emit Co 100 Wall FAILS Street Now York TO TAKE Korit KEVEB PLESAIIT Tim onlv Cerlitln nml KUcctnal Cure for Chills and rover Intermittent Remittent lilllniH ninl Mnlnriil Kever Dumb Actio Kinmp 1evor and nil lienses originating from a Torpid Ilver or Miliaria lerfectlr harmless contain no Arsenic or lultiliio andean Imirlven to tlio nnt delicate iwrson with perfect safety At a Tonic for Tired Feellnp Loss of Ap retlte HevIicho Nervous Depression end oiv Spirits orirfnatlngfrom Jtalarla Ithtauds cono and without a 1arallel 1ItICE by DrvguUtt Ior Uottlo 8100 prnmitfy Sold J CMENDENHALL fOLK rROmiKTOBS CO VTA XSVIlKi 0--7- - Intl USA SOLD AND WARRANTED 11Y SrEXO BT PKALKK IN GEOKIcCUBBINS DRY HARDWARE GOODS TINWARE SALT LGrocorios Notions Jowolery Lima and Cement Aim igcnt furtho Louisville Evening Iost STKlIUlNSlOHT KY FITSI FITS EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS A life lone I CURE Whon I say Cnnn I do not moan morely to ston them for a time and then htvo them ro turn again I MEAN A KAD1CAI CUUU I liavo mado tlio disease ot study I WAnnAKT my remedy to invo Uuuk the worst casus lln ausu otliurn euro fulled I no reason for not nowrucclviiiK a hcud nt onco for n treatise and a Kiiuk liorriK Ul0 KxpiCS Of my 1NFAMIMK ltKMBDV and loit Otllro Jt costs you liothlnu fur a trial and it will euro you Address HC ROOT MC 183 PuUStHWYOW i Into ii Mlci Minn In I Inst Yennis sen A tlenutlfiil View A con cspouilcni writing from tlio lop of Hoaii mountain Trim nijhi Ikrolwi plneo wild to Iw over tuo miles nltovo tho sen lovel nml llicro Is Mily ono thing that Is Miflleleiitly convincing of tlio fnetntul Hint I joii ran eo with n tolescopo n llttlo village sixty And mountains nftcr inotin mills nwny tnltn nml hllU tiiwn hills go tolling over tlio In onil expnnso nnd licio nml tliero Is to lio kccii tho swift mountalu sliciim rushing on wltli fill ions nix eil nml tireless courso to oeenu mother of nil Tho mercury of my l I um thermometer today shows Miles sure that it Is fully MJilegs If not more ny nt Iituburg or Wnslilngton The Mltilirity of tho ntmiwphero Is something to bo won III Instill now ilcreil nt nml If nnythliig life Into tho over worked uml Itullsnosvd city man this will do It An overcoat Ir n very necessary nrtlclu of clothing nnd wheio niiy ono Is not iiccIlmntedtoHich npliicolt Isipilte hnzaiilous to iiululgo In jihy ulcal exeivbo such ns clliiililng kteep ilccllvitlcs unless thuy nro tirepnuil with plenty of clothing for u mldou chill glcs tho susccptililo rpilto a koviio cold Thero Is Imt ono way to ninko tho ascent to a pliiiO llko this and that is to put yourself on tho wiilillo of a mountain inula Tho mil mnl is sure footcil uml if ho Is given tho Hues thero Is no danger of him falling cither day or night tho iiuimnl going over places that a man would never risk As Is pretty well known tho country of Host Tcnnessco Is not thickly settle and consequently tho plnco Is not in a very good Tho thick wooded forblntonf cultivation ests of tho mountains produco tho finest timber in tho not Id hut theynio so Inac cessible to railroads nnd water courses that an net o Lum tho land eati bo Iraught for bering however Is ono of the principal vocations of thnieoplo Some mining Is done coal Mug found in considerable abuudntico 1 went down to a mica mine In home places yesterday Uforo I enmo up hero and had imltua treat in tho wny of getting somo In formation that w as heretof ore Ignorant of A beautiful drive uncommonly good and even for tho mountains of nbout seven tulles from Johnson City landed us nt a sjiot where a straugo kind of pooplo II veil Of course they weio Auicricuns but thero Is something strikingly peculiar about these mountaineers that on first nciiualntaucc with them you are led to bcllovothoy ate a foreign peoplo There is a llttlo colony of them and thero thoy livo Isolated utmost from tho world having very llttlo commercial Intercourso with outsiders They ruM their own vegetables and meat nnd when they have mined enough mica thoy shlj It away in llttlo low wagons drawn by tho aforesaid mountain mules and In ex chango for it they get clothing nnd other nec essaries that their soil w ill not produce Tho machinery of their initio shows nothing of tho Improvement ono would expect to llnd You in tho coal regions of Pennsylvania aro lowered Into tho initio by a rickety machine nhleh consists of a tough platform to which Is attached a ropo which is woundup by two pretty big strong looking fellows I looked nt tho ropo in n critical wuy beforo 1 was lowered sixty feet below tho surface So wo all boarded tho arrangement and down wo went Instead of getting warmer tho deeper we went ns it usually does in mines tho ntmosphcio seemed to get mora chilly Hut now wo nnd colder m wo descended wero at tho bottom Mica Is formed only with great nge tho geologists tell us and it is only obtained by Ko after walking many devious blasting and dark llttlo ways almost fiwen to death wo camo to the plnco w hero tho stuff Is gotten Ono big six footer who seemed to lie boss of all tho rest ordered tho blasting pow der to bo brought Tliero is no dampness In theso mines nnd consequently thero Is no ui Islu of noxious gas such as often explodes In tho coal mines of Pennsylvania mid In Kngland so tho miners woro oidlnary oil lamps on their hats the regular lamp used In mines lieing unnecessary You linvo no doubt Well seeu tho manholes In railway tunnels they havo such airaugemcnts in tho mica initio and havo doors to them After tho powder is placed in various positions tho fuse is Ignited and every man hur Suddenly tho explosion ries to a manhole takes place unit immediately upon hearing tho report I started to go out but ono of the men wnrued mo of my folly telling mo I would bo sutotLcrcd So after a fuw min utes wait wo all went out and thero we found a couple of cart loads of mica nnd general debris and dirt Ono blast liko that yields nbout what would fill a bushel mcas mo after tho wasto was taken away Not mora than two blasts can bo mado in theso mines In a day on account of tho smoko nnd gas arising from tho burning of tho jioivder So I began to lguro to myself and I saw why It was such a poor brslness Thero Is no very great demand for It but I am told it Is tho only placo in this country that it is to be obÂ¬ Hartford Tost tained In such purity Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ llec ut Deaf MlltiK Uncaged In All the Ilofi-s- slims and Truden Deaf mutes 1111 various positions Somo somo mo aro engaged In tho professions engravers Journalists artists bookkeeper Homo have government and photographers positions a few nre scientific men tunny Mud employment in tho ordinary InduUrlei and not a few tnako n success of agriculture Tho peculiar balancing by which tho loss of ono senso Is compensated by Increased strength lit tho others lecelvcs emphatic ex emplification In tho deaf mute While in common with tho lest of mankind misfits occur In vocations nnd n gixxt shoemaker Is occasionally skilled to innko a very poor teacher It Is a fact that wherovcr a deaf mute works with tho hand or brain In a kmI Hon proxjrtlonoto to his ability ho Is gener ally found Minion hero near the top In Illustration of tho faculty to notice nnd master what would ordinarily escoio others a deaf mute now a distinguished Pennsyl vania divine after completing a courso In nn Iugllsli university wns examined nt Ynla college for n soclal degree Tho examiner noticed that In cci tain miithematlcid work tho deaf inuto wus eseelally quick and after tho examination Inquiries led to tho discovery that tho deaf muto had liccu using a valuablo system ho had ool veil from his Cambridge tuition and for nn hour or two professorniul pupil changed places to tho everlasting profit of tho former Tho deaf mutes of Ameilea very easily lead thoso of the world In Intelligence man liness and ability They aro living in u pres Â¬ ort whoso work renders tho futuio secure Their organizations are strong mid the work benclleinlly practical Tho schools tuko nioro and more tho complexion given tlicui by tho nliinml Kilucators of tho deaf find that tho suggestion of tlio graduate based on his own experience Is worthy of a placo in tho plan of guidance for futuro educational work Whllo educated by s ieclal processes deaf mutes cannot bo classed as defective I o crsons Incapable of being taught to enro for themselves in tlio world ns Is truo of tho in sane idlotienud fecblo minded Tho schools aro part of tho common school system of tho country and nro cheerfully suppoi ted ns Mich by tho various common- Â¬ wealths Hut as these nro schools for tho bearing n higher grndo supported by private bcneflcctico and endowment so should thero bo facilities for special scholastic artlstlcaud industrial education of tho deaf Peoplo should understand that schools for tho ileal aro in no more scuso charitable Institutions than Is Ccrnell university for instance and that donations and bequests aro as much proper nnd necessary for tho ono as for tho other Pittsburg Dispatch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Inglleh fakirs paint sparrows yellow nnd sell them for cnunrles tho body iulluences tho health of tho mind ns when we somo unsuitable or Indigestible thing say of It lias mado mo dull of mind it has mado mo sad it has made mo irritable or has in somo But wo other way uirected my cquntilmlty do not lecogiiizo with llko readiness and in tlio same way the cllect of tho foods of the mind on the miiul nnd its health nor is this rcmarkablo for tho body feeds perceptibly and by ono stomach ulono while tho mind feeds Imperceptibly by flvo stomachs by every scuso which is to itu vcritablo stomach from and by which It receives its ailment bo that good or bad nnd from nnd by which it is ro nowtd and from day to day sustained These foods of tho mind entering tho men Â¬ tal organization tho camera nervosa largely If not altogether mold that organization into set form according to Its qualify for molding They nro so like tho touch of tho sculptor ou tho clay that to u largo extent all men and women born shape their mental surfuco ac Â¬ cording as thoy ai o led to give It form and shape I could not if I should search for years find a better simile Common foods ami drinks must bo healthy in order that ho material of tho body may Ihj good and tho impressions which enter tho body by tho senses tho foodsnud drinks of tho mind must also lio healthy In order that tho mind may bo good Grunting therefore that tho sub-Â¬ stance ts good and tho molding or modeling good all wilt bo good thero will bo tho mens sana in corporo sano Longmans Magazine i A Precaution Against Contagion Tho trustees of tho Boston Puhlle library havo decided to adopt a plan of action which will no doubt have u decided tendency to stop tho spiead of diphtheria mid other conta- Â¬ gious diseases among thoso who mako uso of tho library books Hereafter tho board of health will causo tho library card In each family whero a contagious disease is found to exist to bo stamped so us to Indicate tho pres Â¬ ence of such n disease there Tho library will thereafter decline to nllow other books to bo taken out on this card until tho contagion tins been stumped out from tho homo Further-Â¬ more when books nro returned from such a locality they w ill bo disinfected In order that they may not prove n source of contagion In other families to w lioui they may subsequently Boston Herald bo Issued Wo nro conscious Ioods of tlio Mind that tho food of imi All Two YrnrV Sou Sorvlco Iteqitlrrit UmU Who Apply Cupt Smith who commands tho Chniut ler n boat detailed on special ser Ice by tho treasury doartiiicnt gnvo tho following explanation of cntrnnco into nnd duties lu the mnrlno Rcrvlco which will cover nil the liolnts of Information desired by lads who being denied tho right to enter Annapolis wish to win their purs If naval ofilccrs woro spurs which thoy only do In tho Swedish navy In the rovcmio marine To oUer tho rovcmio mnrlno ns a cadet a young fellow must said Cnpt Smith havo at lenst two years sea service This two years service may havo been forward or aft tho mast but must Include as mi acquire Â¬ ment of tho thno spent a good knowledge of scamaii Jilp Of courso It would lie absurd to count tho two years spent by a loy In tho A boy cooks galley or tho stewards pantry who desires to bo a endot can apply In his own writing to tho secretary of tho treasury our Arvlco Is completely under his control Ills application will lio promptly answered nnd without nomination or any political In- Â¬ fluence tho lad will bo allowed to try himself ngalnst his competitors on tho day that tho secretary may select Atxmt eloven vacanTho ex Â¬ cies will exist lu each examination amination ts very searching and of courso tho eleven lads that pass highest will bo appointed as cadots Theso codoU will all bo supposed to havo a fair knowledge of marlln spio seamaushlp and each youngster will bo presumed to know everything about tlio management not only of a full rigged ship but to havo somo and a knowlodgo of tho ordinary duties of Junior deck officer Cadets for tho mnrlno servlco aro taken from all ranks of life Tho boy who de Jres to enter applies direct to tho secretary of tho treasury who furnishes all Information When accepted ho Is sent to tlio bark Chnso which lies at Now Bedford On board the burk there is au instructor In scamanshl j In gunnery and In international law outsldo tho regular watch olllcers Ten years ago tho rule was that these lads should spend three cars onboard tho training ship but now in consequence of two years sea servlco lieing required of them tho period of servlco on tho Cliaso has been reduced to two Tho Chaso leaves New Bedford on Juno 1 for n three or four mouths crulso overy year and generally liko the St Marys spends her timo lu Kuropcan waters The lads who aro lucky euough to pass tho examination get 75 a mouth and graduate as third lieutenants They aro nominated by tho president for their commissions and confirmed by tho senate Theso commissions nro for life which places tho rovenuo marine service entirely outsldo tho domain of what Is known as practical politics Passing out of thotrainlng ship thoy nro then assigned to rovenuo cutters Tho lads go still ns cadets on board tho revenue cutÂ¬ ters to break them lu and their nominations as third lieutenants depend greatly upon tho reports of them furnished to tho treasury de In partment by tlvlr commanding olllcers tho line of promotion tho rovenuo cadet ranks with nnd In prccedcnco after tho midship Â¬ man of the United States navy and tho hi tho higher ranks is tho samo ns that of tho United States navy I do not sco said dipt Smith as ho leaned back In his cozy llttlo cabin In tho Chandler why tho government should go to tho trouhloof educating a scpnrato class of young men for our service when tho finest material Is right at their hands Annapolis graduates overy year fully CO jwr cent moro luds than It cuu give tho chnnco to go a float to Now why not turn thoso boys over to us to fill such vacancies ns there may bo in tho revenue servlco Our discipline is exactly tho samo as that of tho navy and theso young men would bo of much more valuo to us than tho young fellows who aro turned over ou us through tho present examination system I do not mean to say that tho rovenuo mnrlno is lu any way superior to the naval servlco but I do mean to say that tho same qualities which mako u good naval officer will certain Â¬ ly mako a good lcveuuo marlno officer Do cu know that it costs tho United 1000 for overy young man ft gradu Â¬ States ates from Annapolis and taking tho fact that out of a class of u hundred only forty can bo seut afloat that means a loss to the govern- Â¬ ment of JS1J000 a year part of which at ledst might bo saved by assigning theso young men to tho rorcpuo marine It may bo Just as well to state that tho ox nmluatlon prescribed by tho treasury depart-Â¬ ment is of a character that no young man can hopo to pass w ho has not an excellent row York Star Kngllsh education Â¬ Â¬ iy Smoking during servlco Is said tu be cus tomary in somo of tho rural churches lu llol land A German peasant has been detected In tapping n telegraph wire to euro his ilieutun tlsm Tho first custom hottso In Now Kngland was established In Boston In HVjO with Kd ward Randolph as commissioner lu tho county of London there nro sixty five theatres and GOO music hnlls nnd they provldo accommodation for WiOdO persons In 003 under tho authority of the board of trade nnd plantations was set up tho first court of chancery in New York Usually ticnking tho worst bred person In com uiny Is n young traveler Just icturmsl from abroad Swift To have flower gardens In front of the school houses Is n movement ngitntcd in some of tho Mnino towns A good way to tench botany Somo mischievous youngster hung a placard on the back of a bench occupied by u pair ot lovers in tlio par lust rjuuday lho placard reads Will move nbout July Burlington FYoo Press Tho Jnptmcso government has engaged two German lawyers lu Deilln to proceed to Toklo and refrumo tho Ju uuicso icniil code to conform to tho Gcrmun Instead of tlio French code ns now A Canadian pa cr figTres that In tho c cut of nwur between Kngland mid tho United States it would last at least flvo years and that 1W0000 men would bo killed Turks and Arubs mid dancing lcarshno becomo so numerous In tho south that tho cities nnd towns nro passing speclnl ordinances to deal with them nnd mako nil hands dance It Is estimated that at present thero aro from 0100 to 7000 electric motors in use In tho United States forstutlonnry power Tho number In this business is rapidly increasing Very few consumers of wheat products nro aw in oof the fact that crackers aro tho old est form of bread Fragments of unferment d cakes were discoNcrcd In tho Swiss lako dwellings w hlch belong to the neolithic age Tho chargu for ascending thoKihTc tower Is flvo francs or ono dollar hi our money Tho leeelpts nro already large and n considerable proportion comes from American and Kng lisli peoplo desirous of acquainting them selves with high life Few persons have nny Idea of tho magnitude of tho Investments of Kngllsh nml Scotch capitalists in tho United States Thoy hold railway bonds to the extent of 150000 000 yielding nt tho nverngo rote of 4J per cent an annual lncoino of illT0000 Culi nary rnllu a v shares are hold to tho amount of ubout JCIOOOOOOOO Huron Alberto Fiaiiehcttt who conqioses operas cxjiciids immense sums on their proAsruel was rehearsed duction Ills work for a month previous to Its pcrfoi inanco in Florence 700 jiooplo lieing engaged The mUo en sceiio w us estimated as costing JthO 1 1 uiVlALL DilUij IMPORTERS AND flETAILEnS OF FINE V NOTIONS 109 III Main C KY St 0WENSB0R0 Sec what we are giving away One of tliefe Tickets given with every dollars worth of goods jou ptir clinse for CASH 8 Tickets gives you a Siller lhitcd Pugir Shell worth 10 Tickets glics ymia Hiittir Knlfcwurtli 125 I IlckcU gli c jnii a new stylo Inro lin worth lb Tickets gives ynu a set of ltngurs Teaspoons worth f Ill 1 70 M Ticket gives ynu n set of Rogers Knives worth 1 i M Tickets gives you n set of Hogcrs Forks worth 5U Tickets gic you a let of Rogers Tuhlcspiiuns worth f i Ol UU Tickets glici you nn ilegnnt Walnut Eight Day Clock nnd see the goods and show this Ticket to your friends lleaie crme We give the choice of nnjtliing in our well assorted Jewelry Depart- Â¬ ment 1 1 l SLXlO Boil Room DI1II1IG JOII REIBHARDT lilliMfrS CAUUIES Till IAUiST A VHtTMLNT uF E At Very Low ROOM 000 1 CATARRF i W3 fLY5 it tu jiii uniiii IVTl -J- HVFEVEBW flO HEAD W TrythoCuro 7m iff ft I J Elys Cream Balm lays Inflammation Iloalstho Sorcn Ilostoros tho Sonsos of Tasto Sinoll andlloariiig U srrrrnblr FrlrefiOo at DriiffelsU or by Mali KLYUltOalIKIt3S0VarrcnHtNcwYoilc A purtlclo la applied Cloansoa tho Nasal Passagos Al- Â¬ Tlio Hottest Spot on Kurtli Ono of tho hottest regions of tho earth is along tho 1urslau Gulf whero llttlo or no ruin falls At llaluln tho arid shoro has no flesh wuter yet a comparatively numerous popu lation contrives to live there thanks to copious springs w hlch burst forth from tho bottom of tlio sea Tho fresh water is got by diving Tho diver sitting In his boat w Imls u great goat skill hag round his left mill tho hand grasping Its mouth then he takes In his right hand a heavy stone to which is at Â¬ tached a strong line mid thus cquipicU ho plunges In and quickly reaches tho bottom Instantly opening tho hag over tho strong Jet of fresh wuter ho springs up tho ascend ing current nt tho same timoclosliig the bag and is helped nboanl Tho stone is theu hauled up and tho diver after taking breath plunges In agniu The source of these copious submarine springs Is thought to bo In tho green hills of Osiiiuu somo flvo or six hundred miles distant Now York Telegram Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mexican Pottery Charles DuOlcy Warner discovered during a tour lu Mexico which ho described under tho title of Mexican Notes that tho art supposed to lio lost of making Iridescent tiles and tottery which was known to tho Sara ecus in Spain bus been preserved in Muxlco iridescent tiles but llttlo Inferior to thoso of tho Saracens found in tho Alhumbra are mado hi a remote mountain vitiligo in tho state of Guanajuato Mr Wuiucrtook much pains to truco tho origin of somo pottery ho purchased in western Mexico Tlio discovery is worthy of uttcntlon Some other curious arts still livo In Mexico Tliero aro hut few mnkers of this rare lottery and tho product lloche- of their labor has only a local sale tcr Democrat A Subordinate Now wheu they returned from tho honeymoon trip let us have a clear understan Hug bo- i iv ou foro wo settle dow u tu married life ds so- tho president or vice president ol Last Ills Head lu n Drcain A prominent Worcester business man passod through an experleuco tu dreamland a few nights ago that is puzzling the local psy- Â¬ chologists and will add interesting data for tho Society for Psychical Iloseurch Ho had au Idea ho ought to shave and proceeded to do so Just beforo ho begun work It occurred to htm that It would bo tho easiest thing In the world to tuko off his head ami placing It on tho tablo facilitate matters It seemed In tho dream thut this was allowublo for a cer- Â¬ tain number of minutes w tthout endangering life So ho hung up tho watch to count tho minutes Tho operation continued till somo errand culled tho man across tho room and Ho ho returned to find his head was missing looked at the watch and found tho timo was w lien ho must havo his bond lu Its proper near placo If he cared to keep It Then ho tost his head In two ways and rushed frantically about tho room looking lu overy availublo place Just ns the minute hand was ubout to cross tho futul point tho Worcester man woko up and felt for his hcud and was reliovod to Uml It out tho slightest apology A grand msherw omens competition has been held at Donvcrct on the shoies of Iuko Geneva between French and Swiss laundresses Two of tho champion washer women of Pal is upieaicd to represent their country and one Mile Lcfovro aged 19 won tho first prize A banquet wound up n day such us tho lako had never witnessed Tho Welsh uwspapcrs announce tho deuth of William Jones of Tyucocd Swansea valley tho oldest Inhabitant lu tho principality Deceased is said to havo attained tho icmurk ablo nge of 110 years which also agrees with tho record in tho juirlsh register at Aberay roil Cardiganshire where ho veteran was born Tho greater part of his life wns spent in tho army and ho wus ono of tho heroes of the battle of Wuterloo They tell of a Judgo tu Bennington Vt who having spoken of buying a eufo was Interviewed by two rival agents each of whom hud bo much to say In favor of hU own particular safu that tho Judgo was quite ot a loss to decldo which to buy In n happy moment ho thought of Uiu glar Price whom ho had himself sentenced and going to tho Jail ho obtained this cxert safu breakers opinion and then gavotho order The census of ISOO will furnish information which no other federal census bus yielded re- Â¬ lating to tho recorded Indebtedness of tho pooplo Tho Idea is to present statistics show ing tho extent of this private Indebtedness of record and tho form In which it exists namely whether in real estate or mortgages debts otherwise secured or In general Indebt edness through notes and bills payublo Two constables wero lately dispatched to Potorhead on a tandem trlcyclo lu pursuit of a young man who had boon wanted on a charge of theft and fraud committed at Forres Tho fugltlvo was captured at New burg and afterward brought to Aberdeen to await tho aril val of an officer from Elgin shire Tho chief constable has caused bicycles or tricycles to bo attached to several stations wlthlu his Jurisdiction with tho vtow of permitting journeys being undertaken by road where thero is no railway and this ts tho first occasion on which a long Journey has been performed on tricycles by members of tho county forco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Under tho present ponce rules lu Ilussla nn officer cun cuter any houso at any hour ou tho excuso thut he susjiucts n su picloua person may havo entered tliero to talk stsiition He can arrest tho whole family keep them In prison a year and then turn them looso with- Of every Description I entry the Latest nnd Irelllc t do Tho lntct ami Mint Iiuprortd Sty lo nf Ilcfrlgcrntcrs lteniciiilcr tills- - All goods sold signs In Chamber Lounges at prlcose that will nstonith you o In tlietlrecn Hirer lleglon cheaper thnn nny other ion TVo 11 1 jno reinh fain Strooi 0vnKluro ley The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City Rates 8fflTurkihh and LOUISVILLE KY 250 to 400 Per Day According to Kuiian Uaths in Hotel ESOXJBIS9 Rooms YANTSTRA Hook Write for Catalojitv Krrptnu li t Business College Hntil rr riiif ThMlM I E IfV uml til liifurmiitivii EV J U Cif ffv t TO o 3 B B E 6 A3STTEH CHICKEN Arand Schuermeyer Heyker OHIO Cholera Cure GBOOEPS CINCINNATI THE LOUISVILLE L K jycy ST LOUIS AKi LIHE ST L It It Qfpt chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that fosiiivtly cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SHORTEST QUICKEST and histlinito St Louis Time Card in Evansville Sleet Dec IS AND ALL POINTS West and South West Lv Louisville 815 niu9ll p m tilO pm 725 ArrSt Louis 7i5 9i5 pm Kvansilllo 225 For further Information rail on or address JOS S ODIORNE B there Now ork-- btur Imlllon said tho brldecroan to the bride lutoeiulinotrll mud An Ailment from Vile A mun stood on tho postofllco steps the other day looking across tho streot and n uowsboy stood in front of tho man gazing at him very fixedly Packet Line What yor looking ntf growled tho man as ho finally realized tho lads presence Yer noso Dont you know what alls ItP No clctyi I want to bo neither president tiur vlco I will tv iiuitcut president sho answered n Ith n subordinate position What Is tluitf Now York Tclccui u Trcasuicr A Jtulgo of Art Is Mr Do Lunk Â¬ Hobby to his sister head your Lenii u Judgo of due nrtsf Sister A very good Judge Hubby Hut rpifeis Passenger Mail and Express Boats Tho Naiiio Saved lllni Proprietor Patent Medicine In a hospital My poor friend I hear you met with a tor- riblo accident on tho railroad near Smiths I Crossing ratient Yes I wrw tbrowu fifty feet uml given up for dead So I heard and when you regained con Â¬ sciousness you wcro gazing on the big rock which contains an advertisement of my I stomach bitters Yes sir Well you havo been snatched from the Jaws of death and I havo called for a testiNow York Weekly monial Â¬ Ila orytlpclas year Going back tberof Where f To Kilo Havo had It for ten ir thats tho kind of kipclos thoy havo thero youd better hunt somo other Detroit rYoo Tress cllmato Another Mini lit a hospital lit ono of the largo cities of In tho central Krunco tho physlclan-lu-c-hle- f course of his round of inspection approached a cot nml after feeling the patients pulso ro nmrkcili Hum he Is doing very iileelyi his It Is as you say pulso is much better doctor replied tho nurse hut ll Is not tho Yesterdays patient Is dead mid miiio man Ah till J ono has boon put In his plnco kind tho doctor different patient till Well ho walked on San And same troatmoiit Iruuclsco Argouaut Mrs Oeorgo Thomas n Duluiqinroso In tlio night tu shut u hilu ivuman mnl her told mo last night that ho Hobby wns going to cot tho man who painted jour portrait to patut his house Drukus Muga Oil lio zlno A Noblo Son A Salem Dak newspaper prints tho fol- Â¬ lowing unique advertisement If Joiii Jonas oor who twenty years ago deserted his wifo and Ixiho will return sull lube will Boston Journal lick thoktulllnojit of him why do you ask j For all way Undlngi between Ioulivllle and Henderson the elegant and fleet steaineri JAMES lUTIIMU TKLL CITY CITY of 0YVEN81I0K0 One of theubovo fine sldewbeel steamers pais up and dawn dully Splendid accommodations f jr stock leaeral ofilce nnd ITS Fourth street Louisville Ky W W 1UTB lrest D L IMNV Sunt Whon you want to set a fino table buy your queenswnro ulusswnro tuiil cutlery of J no I lluiliaue whero you will alwayn llml tlui latest and moat nnniiltlo stock In tUo Luugs Literally of I roil A fortnight ago Aaron Smith left this city for Swan ton 0 to superintend hU fathers estate Shortly after arriving ho becauio ill and died a fuw days later A post mortem examination was hold The result of tho In- Â¬ vestigation was singular A large artery bad grown between tho heart and lungs and tho lungs wero as bard ns stono caused It was supposed by tho physicians from Inhal ing Iron dust nt tho safe works whero ho was Â¬ hi tho counting room when his friend tho scrlbo was likely to appear upon the scene no was Informed that ho would uot bo around before I oclock as ho never showed up until about that hour Well tho railroad man called then found his friend up lu tho local room nnd told him what he had to say Thon You fellows must havo a doud easy ho said time I wish I didnt havo to get down to Tho tho office until 1 lu tho afternoon uowspapor man replied that It was not as soft as it appeared on tho surfure Thats all right but wo aro up almost all night he said hoping to disonchant his friend but the rullroad man saldt I know that Im up most nil night myself but I must lio down at 8 Just tho samui Chicago Herald AU Mgliters A young man employed In a local railroad office had occasion tho other day to call uppn a frleud of his who Is connected with ono of tho morning papors Ho called nt 10 a tn and after waiting around for a timo ho usked Thousands of dollars worth ot JciiI lass Agl Louisville hy Ky L BRYANT Tmv 1usigr Aui Louisville SMTP o EMULSION Ur fTj For salo by 0 W Short Clovorporl Ky city husband bobbed up after her and red sis shots at the supposed burglar nor of which caio within it foot of her Only old men can remember when Amor lean uowspn icni used tu report In full tho do bates lu congress An approach to a llko in dlirereucu Is now exhibited In Kngland although thero parliament does nearly all tho work which ou this sldo of tho Atlantla Is performed by congress and tho itato legislatures combined Tho Timosls now tho only daily uowspaier lu Loudon which publishes ostensibly complete reports of the debutes In parliament Â¬ Â¬ employed In tho heart was an opening of about half an Inch caused by his sovero efforts mado to breathe Philadelphia Inquirer It Is not easy to gain a nnilo confidence They aro absurdly timid und It one of a drove ts scared tho rent nro nlo panla strick en Au old black log always makes a mule shy Snakes terrify and bears paralyze them On tho plains no spurring or con drlvo a mulo up to au Indian Take a number of mules ami throw their reins over somo of tho others ears and thoy will stand all day In tho belief thut they aro securely tied Â¬ whl--yln- The only way to euro fever and nirue Is either to ncutrullzo lho poIiotiB which rol them from causo tlio disease or to Ayers Atfuo Cure operates he system in both ways It Is a warranted specific for all forTns ol malarial disorders and never falls to cure Try it Col Dennett II Younu lias iiivati 10 Hiohmnnd 000 to tho Central University Ky a Presbyterian College It Is J aid that the first sermon ever preached in Kentucky wns delivered at Tlnsloy the Harrodsburg by Ilev Tln fi at Sunday In May 1770 will sell round trip tickets fur Kivo Harvest KucurnioiiH to points West Northwest mid 8outliwit at the very low ruto nf One recursion dates Faro for the round trip as follows Tueiduy August 6th August 20th September 10h HupteinbcrSltlt OolnW 8lh For full particulars call on or write to any Air Iilno Apent Yours truly The U Iluryckl llxcn minim lv k St L Cons railroad Almost os Palntablo as Milk dig8 n illicnlscil I i HYPOPHOSPHITES minr nnn runnijuu IIUCD fill until tm V that It can be tnVen by seiisiuvo stomach yrhoo th by be toleruUdl rnnnt of th oil with th toypoptios phltes Is much tuor efficacious RcBuufcable Persons gain ilillo Ulthg K Is acknowledged BCOTTS EMULSION PI0J bj u flh producer npldly Physicians to bo tho Flnost and Dost prer ration in Uio world for tho relleX and euro ol ULA CONSUMPTION GENERAL Josft OmniiKB 0 I A Th orwl rtmtdjf IKwWrwm CWWrsn DE1IUTY WA8TIMQ DISKAIES EMACIATION COLDi and OHRONIO COUGH aw Connumptlan for SM fcy oil Vruqgttt - Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SKIM KMHKII 1889 Tiik Conitttulional Convention by n lilg majority cnrrlcd JNODDADBAQE SI li A- - T locnl Time Clnrd 1018 am Malt and Exproii going Knit 1105 am ii West ii 81 pm Hail Kxtrcii 9 40 pm ii i Wcit K lJM Mixed I Mr Ferry Master Mechanic of tho Ii St 1j and T will bo present at tho meet- Ing of the Commercial Club to night and give us soiiio facts about tho machine shops TliK man who tackles Col Polk Johnson iu tbo race for 1ublio Printer of Kentucky Col Johnson will not find it caiy falling Is widely known and has a host of friends in the old Commonwealth 1 c ii ii Went V20 aui fc Get the news and get all the news ami Prom Dana nothing but the news Journalism Celebrated Maxims in TO OUIl COUltrJUONDUNTN THE FATE OF PULLIAM Â¬ Thn last iceno was cnncled lu ibe cele brated Iulllom trial at Brnndcnuurg last Wcdueiday when tbe jury returned a ver dict ncntcnclng Iulllam to confinement in the penitentiary for fifteen yearn This in indeed ft light punishment as compared Wo have with the degreo of his fltiic believed from the start that lulliam was gullly of murder and that tbero were no palliating circumstances connected with However the facts connected bis case with the tragedy have been so often Riven to the public that further comment at our A judge nnd hands seems unnecessary havo heard the caso and brought in a jury This verdict based upon sworn testimony The de Â¬ puts and end to the proeedings fense will not ask for a new trial nnd the Commonwealth is satisfied with a convic- Â¬ tion Just what our individual opinions umybonsto what should have been the character ol punishment that ought to have been mectcd out to ex Judge lulliam by a jury of his peers cannot now alter or As the law has been increase his penally complied with the dignity of cur court upheld and a verdict rendered by twelve men sworn to do their duty there is cer Â¬ tainly little need for gossip in tho commu- Â¬ nity about the trngedy nnd the diigrnce ful circumstances thnt were laid to have led up to it It would be far better if tbe whole thing could bo blotted out entirely Hut tbe stigma will remain upon the once fair name of old Urcckenridge for years to come This crime will go into hiatory as one ol the most thrilling nnd sensational incidents that ever transpired in Kentucky Not by reason of the chnracter of the ol fence simply but as touching those who ore directly and indirectly affected by it When we come to look at the thing sober- Â¬ ly it reveals an awful panoramic view of Ipon the one side n good circumstnnces man lost his life A man who had always borne a good character in his community was suddenly confronted with having in Â¬ vaded the sanctity ol a home and then shot down in cold blood Upon the other side the chief participant was reduced to Ilis greed for ilmneration financially money apparently became an overpower- Â¬ lie ing fnctor at an untimely moment had lived altogether too fast and far beyond his means no doubt To regain what he had lost he would sacrifice his wifes honor for Sj000 But the scheme didnt work and u day of reckoning has come Judge lulliam ploys the role of a felon doomed to imprisonment probably for life The thing wns not so potent then as now The horrible deed surely confronts him He sees the tn ilnv in all o its reality penitentiary walls taring him in tbe face and a life in tbe future hardly worth living Moreover the family that be once loved and houored Is now broken up scattered and almost reduced to want Ah I who is it that wants to review this tragic scene Hotter let it rest and may tho good Lord deliver us from its like again Tho machine shops queMlon will he discussed nl llio moctlng of tho Commer Â¬ It Is tho duty of every cial Club to night citizen Interested In tho prosperity and growth of the town to be present Statu of Ohio City of Toikdo Litah County S S Fiiank J Ciiksky makes oath that 1 ho it tho senior partner ol tho firm of F J Co doing business In tho City Ciiksky of Toledo County nnd State aforesaid and thnt said firm will pay the sum of ONE UUNDHKD DOLLARS for each and every caso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Curk FKANK J CHENEY Sworn lo before me and subscribed in my presence this h day of December A D C Halls Catarrh Cure U taken internally and nets directly upon the blood and mu Â¬ cus surfaces of the system Send for tes tlmonnls free CO Toledo 0 F J CHENEY Bay Sold by Druggists 75 cons 8 A W OLKASON Nolniy Public t HARDINSBURG V DEPARTMENT IIIAIIHAIU lldltor Â¬ Hardlnibutg It tho county seat of Drccken ridge beautifully situated an a table land ner tlio center oftlio eouuty and contains 900 In- Â¬ The location Is healthful and habitant there It n steady active business going on nil Pho bus one newspaper four the year round churches freo high school two tlourlng mills ono an will four tobacco waro houses express and telephone office and one of tho finest Court A good turnpike runs to houses In the State Clovcrport and wo hare an express line dally Tho I II and W riltrnad Is now In courso of construction nnd trains will be running by the With railroad connection with first of October tbo outer world nnd surrounded by the finest farming lands In the county llardinsburg will soon be one of the host business towns in the county School opens next week Mr Arthur Hoard was in town last Mon Â¬ day Mr J D Heeler went to Louisville last Monday Milton Hoard jr has secured the school at New Uethel The McCrnckens wunt to bleed the town for about 25000 Miss Maggie Guthrie is touching school at Germantown Miss Lulu Hall of Louisville is visiting Mrs Roland Smith Miss Maggie Smith has secured the school at Hulltown Mr James T Itobards and wile spent lust Sunday in the city to everybody that my Now I wish to THE END OFTHE PULLIAM TRIAL dcr Innocent chltJren ro left In tho world far worse than drphanl pehnlleit homeless The vicious bowed down with grief Manslaughter tho Crime anil Flf and prosecution bnt not only crushed and ruined teen Years In Prison the me but hat doneall In Its power to disgrace and forever ruin my children beciuse they Ponalty have dared to be honest nnd true to the cause Therefore 1 do earnestly request nfjuttlco in A all good pcopto to extend to them Christian sympathy and give them pecuniary aid to help WAN HI A P them up tho hill of life which they will have to walk alone nnd to glvo them all posslblo They aro good sltto aid to tho higher life beyond rillllitin Accopin 111 and Innocent children and aro not responsible Until n Paper lo I lie Ioiirl Loft In tho for this unfurtunato trouble mil Jury pen world without a protector laoxperlonced Â¬ There wn qulln a dramatic scene wit nllost nnd helpless nnd I now give them nvcr Hrwndenburg nessed in the court room nt Into the hands of the Lord with my humblo last Wednesday morning when the jury prayer thnt Ills people will be at father nnd camo In nnd nnnounced that they had mother to them nnd thnt ho will at last tavo agreed upon a verdict and was ready to them In Ills kingdom and that we may bo a It wa just 9 oclock and the jury united family In heaven which has boon my report had been out wllh the caso for nearly dally prayer ilnco tho happening ol thli un- Â¬ iwelvo hours and it was thought that tho fortunate aQuir I will again lay that I think tho verdict delav meant a hung jury or an acquittal So when the jury camo In unjust I ought to havo been hanged or nc for Pulliam man with- Â¬ and handed their verdict to thn clerk who qulttod If guilty of killing that out a cause ni charged by tho Commonwealth It they wero wholly unprepared for it reud I ought to be hung but ni it wns for debauch Â¬ and the scene that followed is very grapic ing my wife destroying my homo and bring- Â¬ described by the Courier Journal cor Â¬ ally ing about all the ruinous results I ought to respondent who was present have been acquitted but at I havo said the TIIK VfcSDICT evidence wat misleading and I do not binino M We the jury find the defendsnt A tho jury In conclusion I want to thank my lulliam guilty of voluntary manslaughter and friends who thowod sympathy In my behalf fix bit punishment at fifteen yean confine- Â¬ thankt to thn court for hit honest ruling un- Â¬ ment In the penitentiary der the law In thlt trial thankt to my uttor All eyes wore turned upon Judge lulliam noyt for their faithful and honest efforts In my Ills face blanchod behalf thankt to tho officers of Mcado nnd aa the verdict was read and staggered the Jeffenon county Jillcr for their kind and he seemed bewildred nnd each mem Â¬ trentment of me and above all thnnkt to tho Tbe Jury were polled Â¬ great Clod that we nro all yet on praying ber answered that tho verdict was of hli findThen a womans scream loud and shrill eroundt and within tho reach ot mercy nnd ing broke tho oppressive illonce of the coutt roora my humblo prayer to flod It that llo will for- Â¬ nnd awakened tho Inhabitants of the quiet lit- - give all the wrong and tavo ut all nt last In May tho Lord over protect my Tho coho of that womans scream Hit kingdom tlo town reverberating Irom tho hills around announc- Â¬ children and I call down upon thoin tho bless Â¬ ed ai plainly ni could the court crier that a ings of a broken hearted father Mill Annlo lull- Â¬ verdict had been reached There was Bilenco in the court room iam broke into toars as the verdict wns rend while Judge Pulliam read the paper and nnd for a fow socondi hor sister Salllo teeinod when he had concluded he remained stand Then her screams rang out turned to itono Ing wiih uplifted hend while Judge Mc and It was followed by another and another Heath pronounced the sentence of the till tho quiet dignified girl seemed suddenly court upon him Judgo Pulliam imme- Â¬ insane She sprang from her scat and dis- Â¬ diately left tho court room nnd on tho down the court room utter- Â¬ tracted ran up and Hardin and ing screams at every step She flung herself noon train in charge of Sheriff Woolfolk he was taken to Louis- Â¬ in a paroxysm of grleT to tho floor In front of Deputy You have broken my ville tho jury and cried On the rnme train going up and iu an Â¬ heart 1 Then she again sprang to her feet and other coach were Judge Pulhams wife and ran out toward tho balcony of the court houso Tho Sheriff asked She was dlstractod anil fearing sho might at Â¬ four young children tempt to hurt herself by throwing her body the mother to let tho children take n last upon tbo jugged rocks below several men bar Â¬ farowell of their fulher but Mrs Pulliam red tho way and prevented her from going up- Â¬ reiu i d Sho was going to Indianapolis with She than ran back into the on tho porch her children where in uture she will re- Â¬ court room tearing her hat and clutching nt side her hair She wildly threw her nrmi about her Judge Pulliams sister und daughters father who patted her head and tried his best were nt tho Seventh street depot to meet She broke away again atd ran to quiet her him to the jail and accompanied screaming through tho jury rooms but her him where two hours wero spent waiting for the sister and aunt finally got her under control be- Â¬ Iu the court room not a soul moved nnd tho Frankfort train to lenve The parting Th rugged tween tbe prisoner and his two daughters agonltlng grief was awful girls farmer Mills the foreman of tho Jury leant up- Â¬ was most snd aid pathetic on hit stick and wept liko like a child while Jailer Hniley and Judge Pulliams at there wns not an eye in tho jury box unwet torneys will make un effort to induce the from pity fur tho children of the defendant Warden of the penitentiary to make Pul- Â¬ The Judge sat upon tbe bench but never rap Â¬ liams task as light as possible He was ped nnd for fully ten minutes no one dared to shot tbiough the lungs during the war and nssuago tbe grief of the daughter who took her anything but clerical work would speedily fathers condemnation to bard result in bis death After Miss Salllo had been quieted Judge And so ends one of the most sensational lulliam retired with his sisters and daughters held in this part of the into tho jury room where they remained for murder trials oier ty iiuim wnrN iiTTir mtmi tiii vriioic r Tin roitur that lulllainl wife wat guilty of adultery Itiirliy lln itoiiliiiiN Invnrmt Itirtltlllla wllh Miller nt If that could Iu any nay ex 3 iillaiaii Mm Mrs Mhiuiuft F ouio 1ullUui fur attempting to blackmail blm of 5000 and murdering him nhcu ho refutes Taylor MIh May Oilman and Mi Kiln to glvo up tho prlco that Iulllain had put up Allison nil Hosiotilotti arn favorites of on lilt wlfoi honor Had ho taken n thnt Forlunn A month ngo ihny Invested In gun nnd killed Miller tho minute ho heard nf tho Loui dunn Stain L itlnry mid nil drew the alleged Intlmany an unwrltton law would prizes Mrs Callahans Investment was havo acquitted him but there Is no sympathy for her son Timothy and his friend Win for n man who putt any prlco whatevor upon Hurry and drew 15 000 one fortieth of hit wifes ohaitlty and If any man over do Tho other tho capital prize ol 000 000 served the rupo Pulliam docs Ho It a black Â¬ ludicri alio Invested 1 making u pool for hearted craven villain who It hardly worthy of all Ihreo mid their ticket N t 21728 a legal trial Stanford Interior Journal drew n share ol tho foil r Ii cnpltul prizo of it war xunhKR roln ntoonrn anh rnn They sent M A Dauphin Now 0000 MrntTATKn 00 ll xton Mass Rec Â¬ Orleans La Tho lulllitn trial nt Drnmlcnburg It draw Â¬ ord Jul 0 ing to n close Tho crldcnro hat not differed materially from the facts originally developed Wnrlli Kiinulllir whon tho wholo public wat shocked at tho Huoiikr Tonio Tho old tlmn reliable horrlblo murder nnd yet the correspondents remedy for Fever and Aguo Reputation oxprott a gravo doubt of tho murderer Tho earned by thirty vears success You can upon It Thy It I Diiuuuistd difonto hat rellod solely upon tho ploa thnt depend iiavi IT Miller dubjuchod lulllamt wlfo and tho latter killed him tu avenge hit outraged honor CORPORATION NOTICE If thlt were tho faot an acquittal might bo tuiperted anJ public sentiment would buck lit Tho corporators of tills company aro J up tho Jury t but It seems to be cry plain 11 rod Ilollaven Orflln Dollavcn that granting that Pulliam had strong reason andDollnvcn Irn Dollavcn and tho namo of tho Corpo- Â¬ to beliove thcro wat a llason botweon Miller ration It Ohio Hlver Itcd Snndttono and lat nnd iti prlnciplo pluoo of trantacting nnd hit wifo ho foreboro thooting him and Co business it Cloverport Ky would novor havo done to had Miller not re2d Tho generd nature of tho business pro fused to sign a paper agreeing to glvo him posed to bo transacted it acquiring lands This leases nnd mineral rights boring wells for oil 5000 U satisfaction of his crime ga salt water or other valuablo substances pro make tho caso murder cold blooded using lulliam should transporting manufacturing or other or tolling meditated and atrocious tho tamo mining clay coal minerals hang for It Owontboro Messenger or telling tbo tamo quar- Â¬ transporting using rying building ttono cement or Umo ttona vxiiY rxw rxorir in imnrKKNitinnE iuciikvk it dressing manufacturing and selling tho tame Tho fact of the business It that hit wlfo wat and buying nnd telling different klndt id timber guilty of nil Judgo Pulliam charged hor with lid Tho amount of authorlicd and a great deal more Hut lulliam wat It ono million dollars capital storkone hundred in shares of himself no better nnd dltgraco wat n lighter dollars each which It fully paid up by tala Ho boro with and transfer of lands leases on lands nnd burden to htm than poverty tho former long but to avoid tbo latter ho wat mineral rights In tho States of Kentucky nnd Indiana tu laid corporation willing to barter his wlfoi body and commit 4li Tho cxlstcnco of tald corporation will murder No trco In llrcckenridgo county It coinmonco on tho 22d day of July 1889 and contlnuo fur 25 years unlest sooner tctmlnatod too high for hit gallowt Huticllvillo Ky by a voto of two thirds of it stockholder Ledger 5th Tho attain of tbo corporation nro to bo conductod by a board of director of not lest Haki Hiikad In other worJ i than thrco nor moro than flvo members presi It Wont vice tecretary Hoods Snrsaparilla will not do impossi- Â¬ dent nro to president annually and treasurer o elected and after tho first bilities Its proprietors tell plainly whnt cloctlon which It to bo held on the lint Mon In August 1800 it has done submit proofs from sources ol day Oth Ono hundred thousand tho unquestioned reliability nnd ask you highest amount of Indebtedness dollars It tu or liability frankly If you are suffering from any dis- Â¬ which tho corporation Is at nny tlmo to tubject ease or affection caused or promoted by itsolf 7th Private property of tho ttookholjor It impuro blood or low sate of the system to bo exempt from tho corporato debit Articles of incorporation and amendments to try Hoods Sursnparilla Tho experi- Â¬ ence of others is sufficient assurance that thereto havo boon filed in the office of the Coun- Â¬ ty Clerk of llreckcnridgo County Ky for you will not be disappointed iu the result record nnd of which this notice is now given I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I lliUTBIUUTBD liOtiiBiniiu Sltito Lottory Comimny Incorporated by the Legislature In I8C8 for Kdurntlonal and Charitable purposes and Itt franchlto was mado n part of tho present Stato Conititution In l7Vby nn overwhelming popular vote ITN MAMMOTH JJKAWINUM plum In lu Mini Ansittull- Ittiin anil Oncrmlirr I it nil I in tlltANU NIMlli MIMIUlt IIIIAW lultn pliii i nil cilili nf tlio iiIIut Inn iiiiiiiiIin lit I ho turn urn nil ilru iv ii In imlillr inrthu Acini cm ut ot Music Nuu- - llrlciniN lii lS - For Integrity of its Drawings nnd Prompt payment of Its prizes Attcttod at follow I We do hereby certify Mt we simervhe the arrangements for ull the Mumttli and Quartet ly Drawings of The Louisiana Mate Lottery Company and in person manage and control the Drawings them- Â¬ selves and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness and hi good faith toward all parties and we authorize the Company to use this cerljicate with fac- Â¬ similes of our signatures attached in its FAMED FORTWENTY YEARS advertisements CniiiiiilNNloticrM undersigned Dunks and Hank Â¬ ers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louis- Â¬ iana State Lotteries which may be pre Â¬ sented at our counters It M tVAIiMNIiY 1rcK Inulwluiiu We the IJRKltn A Nullnmtl Hunk IjANAIIX Nutloiiul Hunk CHli KOttN 1rcN Union Nutlmiul IluiiU Mount Ilunlc ItAIIMVIN Ircs Stuto Nn Irc New OrlcuiiN GRAND MONTHLY In DRAWING the Academy of Musio NcwOrlenns Tuesday September 10 1080 100000 TIclcctN nt Twenty Iinllurw vucti IIuvcIh IO Uiinrtcr 83 TuiitliN TwontlotliNVI LIST OP FRIZKS 1 1 1 Capital Prize 300000 CAPITAL lHIZK Ol OKAN1 lHIZK OF UKAND 1MUZH OF LAHUU IHIZIISOF 2 LAHUE PHIZES OF 5 PHIZES OF 1 100000 50000 I00000I00000 25000 10000 100000 80000 25U0O BRANDENBURG School opened hero Monday by Prol Hays Mr T A Simons Hot Springs has returned from to nit whom It may concern Wltno j our hands August 1889 J It Dollavcn Frod Dollavon Orfila DcIIaven 25 100 200 5000 1000 500 20000 25000 25000 50000 00UU0 300 200 lBIZKS 500 APrROXlUATlOX 100 Irlios of 500 nro 100 lrliot of I00 nro 100 lrlioi of 200 nro 990 Prizes of 100 nro UJJ lrizcs of 100 nro 100000 Irn Dollavcn 50000 10000 Amontlou Articlos of Incorporation Tkruinal 1rizks 20000 99900 99900 1054800 Prizes nro TnnMcCrackens have made a propo- Â¬ sition to this city for the location of the They wntit 20000 in machine shops thirlj year 6 percent bonds and propose to secure the city against their removal iu case the road should pass from their It is estimated that the building hand and machinery for this plant will involve an outlay of some 10000 and that the number of bauds employed will be near J00 It will alto be headquarters for all the truin men on tho maiu line and the Two hundred men Irvington branch employed here will increase our popula Â¬ It will also tion at least one thousand It seems increase every line of buiiipsf to ub that the town can very well afford lo give the amount asked if the shops will Tho Mc bring lo us whnt is claimed Crackcns say they will go into any kind of writings binding them to the contract and will alio give security Tut UK is quite a rivalry between New York city and Chicago as to which Bhall havo tho great International Exposition in Now York is conceded to bo the 1HJ2 city of the two but in point of lirgest population Chicngo Is growing on her very fiBt nnd in n few years may outrank her altogether Hut If the International Ex Â¬ position is lo bo centrally located In the United Slates what Is the matter with LiuisvIHe the gem city on the Fulls Tiik Grand Army of the Republic has been In session at Milwaukee during the last week A large number of old soldiers n o on hand and every mothers son of them is ready to bwear that hu fought to save the Union whether he ever smelt powder Hens Uro on the battle field or not treasury Is loaded with a surplus and each member o the O A U Is hoping to corao In for n full iharo by and by Tiik machine shops ol the L St L k T railroad were distroyed by fire at Hen Â¬ The property was derson last week valued at 15000 and was a total loss There was no insurance Georgo II Madden has abandoned all other business and Is devoting himself exclusive Â¬ ly to his canvass for clerk of tho Court of Appoals Tin Owensboro Messenger says Mr old Drcckenridge promises to be quite large Tiik crop ol Democratic office seekers In next summer Tiik Republicans of Virginia bve nomi pated Hilly Mahono for Governor about twenty minutes While Pulliam and his family wero out his attorneys made a motion of arrest of judgment and ii was thought a motion for a new trial would be mado on the fol- Â¬ lowing day on tho grounds that one of The front of the Methodist church has tbe jurymen was heard to say that Pul- Â¬ been inclosed by a new iron fonce liam ought to hang higher than a kite Mr William Vessels quit the revenue There were two of the attorneys for the aervice and returned home last week defenso absent Judge John Allen Murray Prof E C Crabbe and wile are in town of this cily and Hon W It Uuynes ol this week stopping at tie Huckeby House They were telegraphed for Leitchfield A consul- Â¬ A number of our people propose taking and arrived in the afternoon in the Owensboro fair by way of the L H tation was held and it was decided not to and W ask for a new trial Tbe jury Blood for hanging seven one Mrs A M Pulliam nnd her four small left last week for Indiana- Â¬ for twenty one years two for ten years children one for five years and one for two years polis Ind The seven came down to twenty one years Mr James Allen from UurcbcsLanding and the aggregate of years reached 108 Ky was visiting Mr James G llnswell This was divided by twelvo and tbe last Sunday fifteen year term was settled upon Mils Linuio Haswell returned last Satur TIIK SKNTMiCK day irom n wees s visit to irionus near Early Thursday morning Judge Pulliam Island Ky Flint Several of tho railroad contractors have was brought into the court to receive his large rented houses here nnd will bring their sentence There was as usual a crowd present an it was understood that families here to live the doomed man would have something to Mr Ken Rhodes was in town last Mon Â¬ say Ho looked dejected pale and broken day and qualified as magistrate for the When tho judge asked down In spirits McDunicls precinct him why tho judgment of the court should There has been considerable tulk about not be passed upon him he arose to his thn location ol tho railroad but tho thing feet and said that it was difficult for him is gelling pretty serious now to concentrate bis mind upon any one There wero a number of persois here thing and be desired to lead a statement last Monday from Webster to testify in tbe which he had propared during tho weary case against Dr Georgo II Kurtz who was and sleepless hours of tbo preceding charged with lunacy night In a faltering voice but clearly Mrs Crabbe regrets having to Itave and plainly Judge Pulliam read the fol- Â¬ llardinsburg She has been teaching hero lowing May It It please the Court I wish to lay about five years and bnB formed a great at To n few words to tbe Jury and to the people tachment fur many of her pupils tho jury I will lay I do not entertain any Ira Phillips one of the hands working bard feelings toward any one of them for tbo in the railroad cut near Sinking creek on verdict I believe you did tho best you could W whs instantly killed lust under the circumstances owing to tbo weighty the L 11 Friday by n rock falling upon him revengeful and vicious prosecution bracod and Ajuumber of railroad hands went lo supported by tho vnrloui powerful Influences which bring results of unfair practice and work near William K Wilhers fnrm yes I wish to say to tbe Mr Withers says he is going to fulio oldenco terduy jury and tbo people that I havo labored to have a station out there and then be will such a disadvantage and would be compelled build up a town of his own to continue to do so and believing from what Mr It F Heard and Judge Mercer went I have teen at thlt trial that at tbo next trial to Louisville last Mouduy Their business they would prepare nnd prove everything is to muko Bomo propositions to tbe Mc under the tun and considering these things Crackens about lb L II k W coming I have decided nut to appeal and will accept hrough our town They already claim to the verdict but In my conception of right I have a contract to this effect but Mr W am unjustly punished I with to ttate here that In cats ol my V McCrackeu has said that the road death while In the prison I want to bo burled should not come through here at llardinsburg with a plain marble slab over Dr George II Kurtz of Webster was my A gravo with thlt Inscription upon It tried before County Judge Adkisson last M lulliam died a martyr for home sanctity The Dr and for trying to save hit children from thame Monday on a writ for lunacy was taken up in Louisville last week and disgrace Wat born September li 1810 brought In hero and his trial set for last and wat tent to the Kentucky penitentiary for He bad his esse set over until fifteen yean Augutt 28 1880 for killing Friday Monday that he might obtain sonio wit Â¬ James Miller July A 1888 became be be nesses A number came In and the evi- Â¬ listed beyond a doubt that he had debauehed dence was heard on both sides and tho case lilt wife and alienated her from hit boiom I want tbli Inscription to itaad and be The jury brought in a given to the jury now recognised ai a witntu which will ap Â¬ verdict of not guilty pear In tbe heavenly court and there testify si to who swore lb truth at thlt earthly trial I Xcurnlyla VrrnutiH would rather have tbli epitaph upon my grave troubled with iivrvmuiictt resulting Andthnto than a monument which might cvit a million Irom rare or overwork will Uj nlluvixl by taking Jlrowiitt Iron Jlltters ocnulno dollars and be covered with Inscriptions of worldly fame has trudo inarknnd crowd tvdlliHiouwreppvr Court adjourned Saturday with some few untried cases CI C L Cornwell in town last week ntteiding court Miss Ktta Hnglish S ephenspurl is visit- Â¬ ing relatives here J S Moremcn is attending the fair nt Hordstowii this week Mr Will Strother Hig Spring guest of Dr J A Unwlings last week W Hampton Ditto went lo Cloverport last week to work at the saddlers trade Misses Lottie Smart and Fannie Fuir Itigli returned to Owensboro Inst Friday state Mistes Agnes Malin and Inez Uruner left Sunday for Portland to attend school Coiiiiiieiitu ol tlio Irckk Col T H Fuirleigh nnd dnughter Miss Nellie Louisville was down several days Tux PiLLiAti Verdict Tbo jury that has been holding tho fato of last week Murderer Mattlulllatn In itt hands roturned a The Doo Hun Manufacturing Company verdict of manslaughter this morning nnd fixed nt head of Doe Run creek got a nice well tho punishment at fifteen yean imprisonment Inst week Tho verdict wat another In the penitentiary J Iv McCrackeu and Helm Hruce L of thoto compromlso affairs that havo dono so much to Injuro tbe administration of justice in St L k T railroad were here attending Kentucky and that are tbe direct result of tho court last week unfortunate system which placet tho punish Â¬ Mr Ous Drown and wifo left for Clover ment ai well as the determination of guilt or port Monday whero ho will assist Major Innocence In tho hands of tbe jury Judge Fowler Id tho school lulliam wat charged with murder In tho first Dr J M Hardin hns an apple tree ibnt Yet degreo and he wat tried for this crime under the Kentucky system of justice ho wat is bearing four or five different varieties of So ho Bays found guilty of manslaughter and hit punish Â¬ apples ment Ii affixed for a crime with which bo was The girls and hoys all started lo school While it Ii probably a matter of this week Their most delightful days aro not charged congratulation that Judge Pulliam wai punish now if they only knew it ed at all In Kentucky Tbe Iost has been of Zack Gill was held over until next court the opinion all the time that he deserved tho severest penalty under tho law tho murder owing to some expert testimony that his If ofhitwlfet seducer had been caused by the attorneys wanted to introduce result of tbo outrage and anger which an in W H Richardsons family moved buck jured husband It expected to feel In tbe pre to Louisville last week so his children tence of tuch a domcttio calamity then tho could be ready to attend shool jury could have very properly acquitted him Misses Nellin McOehee Cinda Hryant Tbtre It alwayi sn unwrltton law which pro and two daughters ol RevJudson Willelts tects tbe man who does murder under tuch cir left this week to attend school nt Lyndon cumstances Hut Judgo Pulliams crime was not of thlt Miss May D PuBey duughtcr of Dr D clan It was clearly shown by his own testi C Iueey went to Louisville to live with mony that he undertook n cold blooded scheme her uncle Dr U K Puaey and attend to raiso money from Miller and that if be had school there tucceeded in doing to Mlllor would have gone Tho Brandenburg Manufacturing Com- Â¬ fourth unharmed Failing to get tho money They be desired for hli wifes dishonor be ibot down pany struck a nlco well last week hnd hit little signs of gas when they shot hit victim In cold blood Tbli made tho mur der an unusually atrocious one and worthy of it with 100 pounds of dynamite punishment with death In New York where The supper given nt the Baptist church tho laws are administered according to pure by the ladles was quite a success They Justice without any adulteration of lentiuien cleared forty three dollars Djut know talllty or mawkish clemency tho doith sentence whnt tbo churches would do hero if It was would have Inevitably followed tuch a crime not for tho ladies In Kentucky we mutt be very thankful to get Tbe Courier Journal reporter failed very at much of a punishment at fifteen years im last week in Life It very cheap la tbo good largely In I is compliments prisonment The best speeches he the Pulliam trial old Commonwealth and It It the weak kneed administration of justice that makes It to We said very Utile about and the most In- Â¬ cannot hope for anything better until we get a significant and poorest wero complimented new conititution and a new system of executI think his writting was con the highest ing tbe laws Louisville Iost troled a great deal by his wcuknoss for a Ho said nothing of Mrs I1ITTKII TIUN TUX flULIC HOCKO FOl young lady Instead of getting 5000 for his wifes vir- Â¬ Codys attempt to draw a pistol while Judgo tue ex Judge Pulliam geti fifteen years In tho Mercer was speaking and the officers This It Letter than the pulllo guarding and watching her when the penitentiary hoped fur though tbe finding of the Jury Ii speeches for the prosecution were being without to much ai a pretense of consistency made It was rniid by the people hero that Iulllam placod a pltto In bit offlco and pre David Murray and Chapese Wothcn made pared In advance a written demand for 5000 the most telling speeches thnt were made or tbe life of tbe allcgod teducor f Mrs Iuliu the case It is a hard matter to tear down llam lie teems to have been arraigned under our CommonweallhsAltornoy Walhen Ho both the human law and tho higher law Â¬ and should either have been acquitted under is said to bo the best lawyer in his dis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho undersigned Incorporators of the Ohio Itivcr Hod Sandstone nnd Ins Co havo udoptod tho following amendments to their originnl articles of Incorporation Article first it amended by adding tbo fol- Â¬ lowing nfter tho word Co at tho end of tho third lino und by that name shall havo per- Â¬ petual succession may sue and be sued by itt corporate name may contract nnd bo contract Â¬ ed with ncijulro and transfer property pos Â¬ sessing tho tamo powers in that respect at pri Â¬ vate Individuals now enjoy and by adding after tho Ky at tho end of tnld nrtlclo tho iollowing unlest otherwise ordered by tho Hoard of Directors Tho whoio ot itrtldo third It repealed and stricken out nnd in lieu thereof tho following it adopted Art Third The capital ttock of laid company shall bo ono million dollars which shall bo delivered In shares of ono liun dcrd dollars each and tho whole of said capital ttock it now fully paid up and paid in by tho transfer to said company by said Incorporators of lands leases on lands and mineral rights in tho Stittct of Kentucky and Indiana but 3000 shares of tald capital ttock it donatol to said company by tnid Incorporators to bo issued and sold nt tuch timet and on tuch terms at above or below par ns tho board of directors may deem best nnd proper tbo proceeds thcro of to be used for tho development nnd improve- Â¬ ment of tho property belonging to tald com- Â¬ pany Said stock when Issued and delivorcd to bo fully paid up nnd non atsesslble Tho fourth nrtlclo la amended by striking out an of that portion aftor tho word business in the second line and up to and Including the word record in tho filth lino and Inserting In lieu thereof tho following on tho 22d day of July 18S9 it repeated and stricken out Article and In lieu thereof the following is adopted Art Fifth Tho business nf the corporation shall be managed by a board of directors con Â¬ sisting of not lens than throo and not moro than fivo membon who are to be cboson from among the stockholders annually after the first elec Â¬ Tho first election to bo held at the com tion the first Monday in ranyt offlconilonelections held by thisAugust Â¬ In corpo tho holder of its itock shall be entitled ration to ono voto for each share of stock held by them and may voto tbo same either In ticrton or by Director when elected shall hold their proxy offlco for ono year or until their successors uro elected and qualified The Incorporators J It Dollaven Fred Dollavcn Orfila Dollavcn nnd Irn Dollaven shall constitute tho Hoard of Directors until their successors nro cloctcd and qualified at herein provided Article Ninth Ii amended by striking tho may tuo and be mod by Itt corporato words 3134 Prizes amounting to Notk Tickets drnwlng Capital not entitled to terminal lriict AGENTS WANTED Z ilLoi Club ratotorauy further Information write legibly to the undoriigned clearly dating your resldonce with State Cfiunty Strcot and Number Morcrapid return mall delivery will bo assured by your enclos- Â¬ ing an Knvciopo boarlng your fui address desired At oriTl lly ordinary lottor containing Mokky Oiiiier Itsuod by all Express Companies New York Vis Iav Exchange Druft or Postal Note on Curkkvcy tent ut by Kxprost of 5 or over Address Registered Letters to NtV OICMMNS NATIONAL HANK Now OricuiiK DAUPHIN WuklilliKlou D U IMPORTANT fllA DAIHIIIN Iu Now Orlcuiik lu nEMiMIiH that tho payment of nil prizes ItCUARANTKED HY FOUH NATIONAL HANKS of Now Orlcant and the Tiakett nre signed by tho Protldont of an Institution whoso chnrtored rights are recognized In the highctt Courtt thcrofore bewaroof any Imita- Â¬ tions or annonymoui schemes ONE DOLLAR Is the prlco of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED UY US in nny Drawing Anything In our namo of fored for less llth that a Dollar INCORPORATION It a swindle NOTICE Notlco li horoby glvon that II A Oelto A L Oelze Q K Urovct F M Smith Waldo Simons and F N Polk havo this day as Â¬ sociated thomselvei together at a body corpo Â¬ rate under tho namo of tho SILVER WAVE IAS and MINERAL COMPANY and have filed article of incorporation at required by law in tho Drcckenridge County Court under Chapter 50 of tho goncral ttatute of Kentucky to have perpetual tuccestton to tamo and to iuo and be tuod by their corporato namo to bavo a common teal and to alter tbe inino at pleasure the interest of itockholdort transfer Â¬ able only on tho bookt of thoeompany Tho principal place of business of said com Â¬ pany It at Cloverport Hrockenrldgo County Kentucky nnd the general naturo of the busi Â¬ ness li to boro and operate for oils gatei and minerals of oil description to run plpot for conducting tamo furnishing tame to private and public Individuals and municipal corpora- Â¬ name Â¬ tion erecting and operating mills Witness our hands this the 15th day nf Au- Â¬ factories buying and idling ores and manuminerals gust 1880 gusct mineral wntert nnd oils and manufac Â¬ J H Dellaven turing tho tame and transporting to marktt Fred Dellaven and tolling their products Orfila Dellaven Tbo company shall commence business on Ira Dellaven tho loth day or July ISSJ and thall continue for twenty fio years unlet tooner dissolved by tlio vote of a mujorlty of the itockholdort ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE The attain of said company thall bo conducted All persona having claims against the c by a president vlco nreililent tecrotarytroai tnto ol Dr T N Wurfield will prcsont them urer and a board of from three to six directors properly authenticated to the underilgnod for and other officer and agouti at tald corpora- Â¬ settlement All persons knowing themselves tion thall olect tbo dlrectori ihall bo elected to bo indobtod to said cstato will find it to their on the IGth day of July and annually there- Â¬ interest to call on the undersigned for tottlo after and laid board thall chooto other officer ment F FHAIZE Admr and agents tho preient Incorporator now constitute the board of director until their successors are elected and qualified Tbo highest amount of Indebtednoti to which tho corporation shall tubject Itself at any time shall not ncceod four thousand 4000 dollar Tbo cnpltnl stock of said company authorized It ono million dollars divided Into thares of one hundred dollars each and thall be paid In at tuoh timet and upon lueh torma as thall bo prescribed by tho board of director of inld corporation and laid ttock shall bo Kcm in tbo hands of tbe holdon tboroof ONE MONTHS Tho privato property of tbo stockholders thall be exempt from tbo corporato debts and from nil corporation liabilities OPTI1K- II A Oolzo A L Oelzo Q K Orovet F- - M Smith Waldo Simons F N Tolk The Bost Aftornoon Paper in J I fv- - H l SEND 50c TRIAL LOUISVILLE POST tlio South Amondmont to Articlos tbo latlor or hanged under tbo former Proba Â¬ bly tbe Jury wero brought under a spell by tho many able efforts of numerous attorneyi There It tome satisfaction to bo derived from the fact that the accused wife hat pasted through the ordeal In much better shape than hir accuser Louisville Timet trict All the News All the Gossip liBMaMstMMMMSBsaaBiBiitiiimMSBtaittttMaMMaa roa a xvx who tuts a rmci vrox uis wikVa virtue Tbe jury It at tttt wrestling with the case ol Judge Pulliam the arguments having eon eluded yesterday An acquittal or at most a bungjury It confidently predlotoj Tho en tire effort of the defeni has been to prove xo srxrATiir Â¬ When When When When llaby was sick wo gave- - her Cattnrla slio was a Child sho cried for Castorla alio became Jllaa aha clung to Cattorln bo had CbUdrvu alio gAVo thvm CattorU All the Markets 50c a Month 5 a Year THE EVENING POST CO Know all men by these presenti that the undenlgncd C W Fowler 11 W Short nnd Auguttui Drown having heretofore to wlt on tbo Oth day of Mny 1U69 nuoclatod them Â¬ selves together at a body corporate undor tho namo of Tho Devonian Natural UatandMln Ing Company which laid article of Incor Â¬ poration wero doly acknowledged lodged for record and recorded In the Ilreckenrldgo Coun- Â¬ ty Clerki ofilco on tbe Oth day of Mny 1889 and tnld corporation desiring to amend laid articles of Incorporation by altering tho namo of said company and tbo underilgnod being tbe original Incorporator and the only itook holders do hereby io nmmend and alter laid aame by striking out tho wordt and Mining to that laid name thall bo and li Tbe Devonian Natural Oat Company Wltneis our hands tbli lit day of July A ration of Incorpo- Â¬ n i i P 0 W Fowler IOtISVIIIi KY O W Short Aujuitui Drown SJ U VT S requires cartful persistent attention nnd a remedy like Hoods Sarsa parllla which nets cently yet surely and cfTlefciitly It tonos tlio stomach nnd other organs regulates tlio digestion creates a good nppctlto and hy thus filok A overcoming tho local smp- toms removes tho sympa thctlo cftccU ot tho disease banishes tho headache and refreshes tho tired mind I have been troubled with dyspepsia I miiriiHimiooinppetitcnfalnt nil gono fooling bad tasto coated tongno and Irrcgit- lary ot tllJ bowels ftto omo of tlio moro common symptoms Dyspepsia docs ot Btt we ot ltsc- - n Makei tlio lives of many pcoplo miserable and often leads to sclf dcstructlon Distress after eating sour stomach sick licadaclio Dyspiftncin iotui iihivitiin he crowd is still wild us -- SuV rs Inspect lis ulllelso us know us Sill 7ers Fiirtiiprs pick jour orchardand send lo Patterson A very refreshing shower full hero yes Â¬ terday evening Maj r Fowler has moved Into Mrs Baldwins houso Low water and mnrqtiilo pickets nre tho order of llin season now By far tho bigigctt assortment host val Â¬ ues nnd lowest prices Snlzers PUob Uonedv for Itolnrrh is fur silo by 0 W Short Price oO els Wo con pay you moro lor your orchard than any other buyer C W Patterson I will par cash for 5 000 coOco bugs In sides und outs C W Patterson Come out lo nlnht and hear what Mr Ferry has to say about tho maihlno shops Ten Qiiestlons from Brandenburg were received oo late or this issue J ihcy will appear next week Waktld 10000 barrels of Bun Davis Rome Beauty and Wine Sap apples I Bimlifiil ghinworunt Btbbiigos Mr John C Wilkcrson is quite sick Wo guarantee solid siillsficllon gtvo It Sulers Wo makn n btnlnesi of making bar- glilH HlllzlM Our goods aro as you like them In all respects Sulzers Mr David Culley hus resumed his old position in Sulzers store Wanted a good girl to do houso work cither lo livo ns ono of my family or for wngos J L Riinpm MuDaniels Ky Prof Brown has runted part of Mrs Murphj h hnitso on Third street in tho id ward nnd will movo into it In a few dajs Dont condemn the proposition before you know what It is Como to tho meet ing to night and learn something about it The Methodist nnd Presbpteriun Sun Â¬ day schools of this cily will have their excursion to Fulcou station next Wed nesday THEY MUST Our remaining stock move drawing and movo quickly o a close lint the GO must is season r j s JT QrTlii88jaeeiHrebervelforIKSuler4tnrodealersintr5 drygoodgclothingboofsandshocsgroccriositc Dlafrnso ristruss Aftor Fntlrtio of Summer too CLOTHING The iiiprcliaiitH nblo while to run yet consumers season has a consillcr Therefore it will lie big money in your Wp must have room HoadachO pocket to take our goods nwny with you our workmen are crowding us with Fall nnd Winter Clothing which we nre manufacturing for the coming season come to us nnd buy it for No mat Â¬ tf - Sk f m jt Tho housthold nnd kitchen furniture of the Into Dr T N Wnrfiold was sold ot public auction last Silurday Everything brought good prices Mr E L Chirk will occupy Mr Marion C W FA1TM1SOV Uainbletons new house noxt door to Mr John W Witt formerly with J A Judge Wilkcrsons on Second street as Witt of Hardinsburg has accepted a soon as it is completed Mr L L Smith formerly with Sulzer position as manager of Sulzers boarding Soldbyalldnigglits tUislxforfS rreparci only Bros this city has accepted a position as cur by C I HOOD CO Apotliocarloi Lowell Mais S E COR THIRD AND MARKET STS LOUISVILLE KY head salesman In Mitchells largo dry Prcpnrcd by a combination proportion 100 Ono Dollar nnd process peculiar to itself Hoods Sar- Â¬ goods house Owensboro Ky Tho Grand Lodgo Knights of Pythias saparilla nccompis es cures hitherto un- Â¬ known of Kentucky meets in Owensboro on tho -Mrs D S Duncan will open a class for tho 17th 18th and 10th of this mouth WEDNESDAY SEll EMBER 4 1880 music scholars in Cloverport Sept 1 Itb All Knights are invited to attend -tiii1880 The Commercial Club has secured tho For terms npplyto Mrs D S Clerk Court of Appeals signal sen ice reports for this city and ths Duncan Holt Ky They will be Wo are authorliod to announco Thero will bo another delightful song flags have been ordered displaced from tho top of tho High School servico given nt the Methodist church GRORGEH MADDEN next Sunday night interspersed with short building as a Candidate for Clerk Court of Appeals m Subject to the action of Democratic Stato talks by the pastor Convention A True Tonic Mr David StanclifT formerly with F N When DHuy has nccepted the position with J what allsyou donU feel 1wellBand hardly know County Court Clerk COTIMrNCINU you give II Uotanlc Blood D Babbnge recently made vacant by tho Halm a trial We aro authorized to announco It la a lino tonic T O Callahan Charlotte N C writes resignation of Cbns P Bubbage GRANVILLE S WILSON D I II l a lino tonic and hat dono mo I as n candidate for County Court Clork of Empire drill has no superior for great good The llreckeuridge county subject to the action of lightness of L W Thompson Damascus Oa writes draft accuracy in seeding or tho Domocratto party And Continuing Five Days I heliove 11 II U Is tho beat blood purifier durability Seo it and you will be con made It has greatly Iinprovod uiy general Wo aro authoritod to announco vinced of this fact Gregory A Co are health An old gentleman writes It II I gives WM H BELL OFFICERS i agents me new llfo and now strength If thero Is Dll C II lOOV lrosldcnt ns a candidate for tho ofilco of County Court PHIL T WATKINS Treasurer Mr A Inglis the popular superintend- Â¬ anything that will make an old man younir Clerk of Ilrcckcnrldge county August Ktoctlon JOHN W CAUTKIl Secretary It Is B 11 II II C IIKIUl Vlco Iroildont 1890 subject to tho action of the Democratic ent of the Breckenridge Coal Co limited P A Shopierd Norfolk Va August 10th party has resigned bis position and will leave 1888 writes I dopond on B B U for tho DIRECTORS t for England at once Mr C M Bullitt preservation of my health I have had It In Wo aro authorized to announco ray family now nearly two yoirs and In all II W Miller 0 W Gates E P Taylor Eldred CraMree succeeds him that tlmo have not had to havo a doctor J E MONARCH J J Sweeney M P Mattlngly Dr J II Hickman If you want your child educated send him to a Tkaciikk if you Bhos Iaulk Alapaha Ua Mr J W McMlllen hns sold out his writes I as u candidate for County Court Clerk of Ilrcck Â¬ Buffered terribly from dyspepsia The uso of send him to school to get rid of him or hecattse it is customary then send cnrldge county sul jojt to tho action ot the harness business to the Richnrdsons and B B B has made mo feel like a new man I SPEED RING i Democratic party him to a IIkakkr will open a first class bakery and confec- Â¬ would not tako a thousand dollars for the good There is a vast diflcrcnce between Soton Trotting and Ten Ilunnlng races during the mooting aggregating SlTflO In purses It has dono mo Wo are authorliod to announce tionary nt his old stan j which is being tcachets and recitation hcatcts teacher stimulates his pupils and enA W M Cheshire Atlanta Oa writes I overhauled and modernized R SSKILLMAN had a long spoil of typhoid fotrer which at courages them to lcatn for the sake of the power it gives them the time Â¬ ADMISSION No disoDse among my chickens finest lust seemed to settle in my right log which as a candidate fur County Court Clerk of Children under 6 years serving recitation heater encourages his pupils to memoiie then lessons Adults 25ct Children over 6 years and under 15 yean of ago 15cti swelled up enormously Ilrcckonrldgo county subjeit to tho action ot plumage plonty of eggs with less food An ulcer also nppoar First day Ladies in order that they may recite well and get a good niaik Admission to Grand Stand 10 cts ed which discharged a cup lull of matter a All vchlclos nnd animals frco free the Dcmocratio party Which will you is what Mr V Smith Business Manager day I then gave II B B a trial and It and Children under 15 years of age frco For further particulars seo largo posters and choose for your boy and your gill Wo are authorliod to announco cured mo If the foimei then pattonize the of tho Glasgow Ky Times says since premium list D H SEVERS using Gamers magic chicken cholera Turfork Dedication as a candldato for County Court Clerk euro for three years llruckcnrldgo county lubjoct to tho action At an early hour Sundiy imrnini Misses Annie Curley Wilkerson wife of tho Democratic party 60th teuton beirlni Btpt 3rd September Nt tho crowds beiiari to como Which enters its Second year under the nuidance of Mr Thos Wilkerson died nt the residence You n it men If they with thorouuh coiienuu trainm or iiiney can some in wagons gome in busses some in of her father Mr John CorUy in this city We nio aulhorlicd to announco spend onljyrar or two mcollefrfl ami yet wuq umtui ana -pructlcal cuupm of ntuix at rtuonaulo cunt i houM iro to tbe old Clue Uraai Oollctro at Oeoriretown Ky bnciies some horseback nn some on last Thursday morning ot consumption AiiyIiuw urn Hi fur ottaloeun liefornyou Urclito R C RICHARDSON foot until the grounds about tha little am CDd tlio IrvalUuui UiU AUdi J IMlftlMM of Union Star as a candidate for County Court The funeral occurred Friday morning church seemed ono mms of heads The Clork of Ilrcckonrldgo County subject to the Rev J T Tucker conducting tho services Uuckleiik Arnica Salvo Ilisrli School Noli church not furnishing slating capacity for action of tho Democratic party Fords theatrical troupe gave two fairly one tenth of tho largo crowj Oneycats wotk has shown us the defects of the old plan that has The best salve in the world for cuts the bretheren Make a good start by being on time good performances in this city last Thurs Â¬ Wo aro authorized to announco bruises sores ulcers salt rheum fever been followed in the past and it has enabled us to prepare a graded took time by tho forelock nnd prepared Parents are invited to tbo opening day nnd Fridny nights riores tetter chapped hands chilblains Mr Ford is quite seats und a stand in a grovo H C HADDOCK course of study extending fioin the ptimuiy to the high school near by Vet Of popular in this city and drew good houses School opens Monday morning Sep- Â¬ corns and all skin eruptions and positive- Â¬ as a candldato for Jailor of Ilrcckonrldgo with seats that wore thought sufficient for ly cures Piles or no pay required It is coutse this will icquiic more help and the Hoard of Trustees has given both nights Ho is now traveling in his tember Oth at 8 oclock County subject to tho action of the Democratic guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or me an any crowd tbnt possibly could come many party own special car which is well finished up Remember folks that good teachers money refunded Price 25 cents per box had to stand INCREASED NUMBER OF TEACHERS and decorated For sale by G W Short Cloverport Ky building while very essential unit Prof Waller Wilson with his choir oc Â¬ and a good Mr Chas P Babbage hus resigned his If you want your child to have a fitst class cannot make a good school without the and J A Witt Hardinsburg Ky Get the news and gel all the news and Education cupied scats just in front of tho stand and let him take our nothing but the news Ftom Danas position as manager of J D Bubbagos when the time came Prof Rice with his earnest help of the parents encourago Common and II1011 School Course con Â¬ store to accept a place as traveling sales Â¬ deep bass und Miss Nelia Celebrated Maxims in Journalism sisting of in addition to the Common School Branches which include Deans soprano your children nt home visit the school not ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION man for Bradas Co not only on the oldest and voice were heard high above the rest As only once but repeatedly Physiology and Civil Government Algebia Geonietty Trigonometry Icrnoiiul 1 lie It known that II T Raflerty ltcubcn Friday but every day most reliable candy houso in the Stato the music floated out on the air the audi N Miller James P Miller J A Murray and and Surveying with Field Practice German Latin and higher Eng Dabbage went to Owensboro Charlie is a hustler and wo bespeak for ence sat in breathless silence char med by Mr J I One of the questions asked by a man James T Skillman have this day associated lish Geology Botany Physics Physical Geography and Chemistry a him a large sbaro of the trade in his line Monday whii he is thinking of moving to a new themselves together asof corporation as autho the sweet strains rlied by Chapter 50 the General Statutes What school presents a better course And lemembcr we have over Several gas companys have been or Â¬ is in Mrs Henry Helm of Louisville of the Stato of Kentucky under ths corpora Â¬ Just at 11 oclock Kid O J Young as- Â¬ place is Have they got good schools worth of Appat atus and worth of Engineering In- Â¬ ganized at Owensboro recently tion name of thi Cloverport Royalty Gaa and Among cended tho stand to preach the dedicatory Are you In a position to answer that ques tho city and by that name are to have struments sill of which are used iu our regular Coutse Have you ever been Oil Company them is tho Daviess County Gas and De- Â¬ sermon taking ns his text parts of the viii ion intelligently without extra Miss Jennie Jubino has returned from perpetual succession may tuo and be sued veloping Company The incorporators charge i n s i J o of the school house to see what may have a common seal and alter the tame and ix chapters of I Kings the dedication Owensboro ore SM Dean J M W Field R M ofSoloinonb Temple He discoursed on kind of work is going on t Is a man a at pleasure may contract and bo contracted TERMS FOR TUITION Hon Henry Mason of Hawosville was with and generally may do and perform all Conway and R R Pierce A few shares the reason why we should build a uew good teacher simply because you like him other acts Incident to corporations not inconPrimary per month SlflO here lust week Intermediate per month of stock for salo in this company for a de- Â¬ church gavo a brief history of the lives of or a bad one becauso you dont sistent with the laws of the Stato of Kentucky 200 Mr S B Adkisson is out ngnin niter a veloping fund Preparatory and of the United States and are to havo that 250 the great reformers Luther Calvin Wes Â¬ Did you know that when a teacher does extent Invested with the rights of a natural Boyond Prep 300 sickness months Wo tako pleasure in announcing Mr R ley and Campbell claiming that the work his full duty that ho is the hardest worked person The Regular Course at ptescnt contemplates two years beyond the Mr J P Noonan of Cincinnati 2 The general nature of the business of was in C Itichardson of Union Star as a can- Â¬ of Mr Campbell was nothing more nor rcan In any community the laborer ex- Â¬ said corporation Is to produce and develope the city Monday didate for tho office of County Court less than to get tho Protestant world to common school blanches but it is confidently believed the couisc will and to sell utlllio and otherwise dispose of cepted t Carlt is a hustling young Demo- Â¬ unite on tho bible alone to throw aside oil petroloum minerals ttono and be extended two more years in 1S90 Mr C W Moorman left yesterday to at- Â¬ Clerk natural We bolieve we aro going to have the all or anv other substances or products also crat who has done good service in the all creeds and unwritten traditions of men tend the Uardstown fair And best school this year we have ever had to do a general manufacturing business That the world may know and be one If you do not caie to take the Regular Coutse or if you want some to these ends Miss Jennie Wnrfleld has returned from ranks and if he should be the nominee and we ask tho earnest co operation of own acquire the said corporation may hold will make it hot for the Republican that that Thou hast sent me and transfere by deed or leaso or thing more piactical then take our Â¬ After the serft pleasant visit to Louisville every parent and other person interested gift real estate and personal property also the tackles him vice a collection was taken amounting Mr Floyd Elder of Lake Village Ark iu the welfare of the town Uuited wo right to bore for mine excavate and procure Capt A J Gross wLj has always been to 02 which paid all the debt leaving from lands all such substances and products is visiting his uncle Mr Dick Carter stand divided wo fall thero is no truer 3 The princlplo placo of business of laid a progressive man has again demonstrat- Â¬ the little bund of disciples out of debt Book-keepin- g saying Show some interest in the childs corporation shall be at Cloverport In the Stato Consisting of Piactical Aiithmetic Algebra Letter Willing Dr Graham and wife of Louisyilln are ed his zeal in that line Monday night repaired to tho long The crowd then of Kentucky Commercial Law and Typewriting from Phonographic dictation work ask him to tell you something he visiting Mr und Mrs Jus T Skillman be turned on gas in his new homo in Holts row of tables whero tho sumptuous dinner 4 The amount of capital stock of suld com By Judge John Allen and Hon David R Bottom successfully lighting thirty three was spread and all wero helped to a repast has learned that day and compliment him pany shall be one million dollars to bo dit ided the first school iii the State to introduce this wonderful invention though it be but into shares of one hundred dollars each which means of this little insti ument the necessity for laborious shorthand writing on what bo shows even Murray have returned from Hrandenbuig burners at onco Capt Gross bouse Is the bounty and preparation of which re Â¬ little And dont forget that the teachers shall be paid In upon such terns as may be no longer exists for it will repeat at any time anything spolcen into it any number prescribed by the board of directors of said Mr D V Henry of Irvington passed the first houso in Breckenridge county in flected great credit on the sisters of the if corporation at tho time and condition of so like a little compliment occasionally which gaB hus been used They are rapidly supplying the place of stenographer in out 0 tunes down on the train Monduy for Owensboro community doing tbey deserve it 5 Services held again at 2 oclock p ra Tho affairs of said corporation shall bo large cities and the young man that can supply and use a Typewriter The Louisvillo Times says President Mr David StanclifT returned last week conducted by a board of Ave directors to be Subject Forsake Dentil of An Old Citizen from a pleasant visit to relatives in Cin- Â¬ W V McCracken of the L St L and T by Eld O J Young elected annually by tho stockholders but the and Phonograph is Certain of a Good Position assembling of yourselves together M00LKYVH1B KX Aug 27th 1880 road returned from New York City lust not tho first board shall be chosen by the corporators cinnati BUSINESS COURSE Extra evening where he has beon for tho past Ileb x 25 Tho meotlng will coutlnuo It is painful in the extreme to chronical horelnfore named and thall serve for ono year Mrs R II Morcmen and family return Â¬ Tho Complete Courso with use ol Instruments per month 100 through tho weok services evory day and the death of one that has cast a gloom over and uutll their successor aro elected and quail three or four weoks He gavo out tho fled ed Saturday from a months sojourn in the Typewriting per month with use ot Instrument 200 the whole community Robert A Matting ordor this morning that work should at night 0 The highest amount of Indebtedness or nnd Phonograph 300 country John Batkh ly an old and highly respected citizen of liability to which the corporation It at any Â¬ Hook keeping per month once begin on the Fordsville tunnel Tho 200 time to subject Itself It tho turn of fifty thou Miss Jonnio V Mullen of Cloverport is L U and W road will shortly reach thit placo after a long and painful illness sand dollars Good boatding can be had at 125o to 300 per week vlsiling relatives iu this placo Kentucky this point STEPHENSPORT quietly passed away at 10 oclock on the 7 Tbo private property of the stockholders All bills payable monthly or seemed by acceptable note Colonel to be exempt from the corporate debt of the it Mrs Iluflacker of Evansville evening of the 2Gth Inst Iud j For further infoimation call on or addtess company Mr Cornelius Dawns of near Hardins Mrs Doll Miller spent soveral days In Miss Kate Hackott Mr Mattingly was born in Hardinsburg of Cannelton Ind 8 The tald corporation thall have power Cloverport lust weok burg passed through this city Thursday and Mr M Hamblotnn of this city whilo on the ICth day of May 1819 consequent- Â¬ to ettabllth by laws and make all needful rules Mrs Uosa liennolt Is visiting her mother onrouto to Daviess county riding to tho depot in tho hack Sunday in Now Uarmony Ind ly was 70 years i months arid 10 days old and regulations deemod expedient for the pro per management of Its affair not Inconsistent Mr Herman Stern representing Henry Piof AUG BROWN Asst Pi in Miss FANNIE BRASIIEAR Dr C V Wedding of Kansas City night were tbrowu out by the horses tak Â¬ at date of hi death with law Hahu k Co wholesalo jowelors of Cin- Â¬ ing fright and considerably Mo was in town Saturday 0 The tald corporation way commence Miss VIRGINIA S BRANNON Miss ANNIE RAITT Mr Mattingly was one of the Grst settlers bruised up Dr Hardin Dassham of Owensboro was business on tho Slit day of August 1689 and cinnati was in the city yesterday They wero very fortunate to escapo with in town doing some dental work last week iu our little village and for many years in continue lit oorporato existence fur a period of MISS ANNIE MAY Mr Jeff D Ilambleton went to Louis- Â¬ llfo twenty flvo years their lives Bad driving and the tougue fuct until the last thrco years was the Mr Win Hush aged M died at the rTho principal has socured a commodious houso and will receive pupil boarders only at ville Sunday night for medical treatment slipping 10 Shares of ttoek In tald corporation thall homo of his nophew Mr Win Pettlt last and soul not only of our town but of the out was the cause condition that they aro placed absolutely under hit eontrol In tchool and out advantages of be transferable only on the booki of tho com He was accompanied by his wife and child week library and night assistance Hoard washing lights fuol cto 100 per weok whole community pany The Catholic church of this city was Mr Lannie L Smith aud Mr Clias B Rev Charles Meyers of Louisville Is D T Uaffcrty Uncle Rob as he was familiarly known dedicated on Tuesday of last week by tho guest of Mr and Mrs K P Moseley Ruben N Miller Skillman returned from Old Point comfort Brockonrliigo Circuit Court far and near was remarkablo for his ster- Â¬ Bishop MiClosky of Louisvillo in an in Â¬ this week Jamei P Miller Sunday They roport a very delightful Zaok Smiths Adiur ling Integrity moral deportment and his J A Murray Â¬ teresting discourse He was assisted by Work at tho gaa well here has been de Louisville Ky Aug 21tb 1889 Notice In Kqulty vt trip James T Skillman J Ella Smith and Others A regular annual meeting of Stockholders of Fathers J Sheridan of Louisville J Mc layed for several days on account of tho unimpeachable veracity his word never Jjffjv Abe Ditto Jr and son Chnrltoci being questioned under any circumstances tho Louisvillo St Loult and Texas Hallway All persons having elalmt against tbo es Sherry of New Hope L Ohle of Owens- Â¬ loss of a drill of Long Branch aro visiting his sister Company will be held at tho General office of tate of Zack Smith deceased are hereby notiOpinions once formed was his convictions Mr J Hanks and wife Mrs J O Bra boro and J J Pike of Beech Grove The fied to produce their elalmt before tbo under Â¬ tha company No 151 fourth Street Louis Mrs J D liabbage shear and Mrs Charlotte Iliucr are on the and be was as Immovable as Is the rock ure reglttered Ubort Horn bull signed Commissioner properly proven on or ville Ky on Weilnetday tho 25th day of Several servico of high mas was beautifully per Â¬ sick list this week Mr Jus 8 W Barger accompanied by Also milch cows of all degrees of ex- - betore the 3d Monday In September 1HSD calves upon which the church was built September 188V formed by Rev Father Sheridan assisted Mr Grant Grogory and wife of Clover- Â¬ Miss Pearl Beuchamp of Union Star W D UOWt eellenee Prctidont r order of the aKO II liven under my band at Commissioner of He was nn ardent member ol tbj Catho Â¬ by tho Hardinsburg choir Forty fivo port wero the guests of tho Misses Haw Holt Ky LAMKINBooy made our sanctum a pleasant call last tald eouat this 1 5th day of August 188D lio church and had the consolation of reÂ¬ uow members wore confirmed Tho ser- Â¬ kins last week V U 1IAUUAOK 0 II O 0 Friday Circuit Court Brockenrldflo who has been ceiving the last Imposing rights of that Miss Georgia Hawkiqs vices were very Impressive and a large Win Wilt Mr 0 W Moorman wife and son Char Â¬ IMalntlff re- Â¬ church a few hours before his doath The crowd was prosent Father Higglns do visiting In Kvansvllle for some lime Notlee In Equity vt lie returned last week from a pleasant visit 1000000 Hickory Spokes turned home last week funeral took place from St Theresas Wm II Cbaplnt AdmrJ Defendant serves much crodit for the good work he Oreen 3 Johntont Admr 600000 feet Kim Poles UrokenriJg to his sitters Mrs John llatchot Hen Mrs M Dlaluo who has been visiting Â¬ All iiettont bavins claims aialntt the a 600000 feet Hickory lumber has done for his church bore and ho is In Washington Point Comfort and Rich Â¬ church at 4 oclock on the 27th Inst folCircuit dourt areenSJehnJoniHlrt dorson tatoof Wm 11 Obapln deceased aro hereby lowed by a large procession ol mourners OWENSBORO WHEEL CO well boloved by everybody mond Va returned home Saturday notified to nroJuco their olalms before the un Â¬ Â¬ Owens- Â¬ Mr und Mrs R R Pierce go to All persons having claims against the es Owensboro Ky and Sjiupatblug rieuds Ths sorrow llev Folix Roberts assisted by Rev tate of Ireen B Johuton deceased ar hereby dersigned Commissioner properly proven UL boro this eveulug to be present to morrow Many Persons UanlainUa ueiore mo 34 juonuay in wuiuiudi t tlJil KJringtonwlll begin a series of meetings stricken family has ths heartfelt sympathy nu notified to produoe their claims boforo iu Hemem The plcnio season Is at hand liven under my band at iCotumliiinnr r at the marriage of Rev Montgomery May Are broken down from overwork or housohold at Union Star lo nlubt embracing the of the whole community May bo rest In ber the Nkws office when yon want bills properly proven on or before the 1st day of care court this loth day of August 1889 said Iron Hitters ox quarterly mooting on the second oaturuay peaco and Miss Maud Wilson at the home of P W II Kmikh removes S 0 11 0 0 I WM II HULL printed rebuilds the system aids dluestlon V O UAUBAQK O II 0 0 and Sunday the prospective bride near Phllpot com of bllv and cure uaUrla Oct tho genuine had but llttto appetite and what I did cat distressed mo or did mo Hon r H llltlo good In an hour Hum after eating I would cxpo rlenco a falntncss or tired all gono feeling as though I had not eaten anything My trou ble I think was aggravated by my business which Is that of n painter and from being moro or less shut up In a room with fresh paint Last spring I took Hoods Sarsa- rllla took thrco bottles It did mo an Immcnso amount ot good It gavo mo an nppctlto and my food relished and satisfied tho craving I had previously experienced Gnonan A IMoe Watortown Mass Â¬ ter at whatever price other houses are olfeting Thin Clothing les f ennr Stomach A A JULIUS WINTER GO O Hoods Sarsaparilla Dosos Old Reliable ClothierH Breckenridge News SIXTEENTH -- ANNUAL - or FAIR Daviess County Fair Company iiriu at wui Oweiisoro Kentucky J F Sulzer Bro TUESDAY OCT 8 1889 I Cloverport Ky TlDLe lEeig EDUCATION PAYS1 or Recitations lrt 2CInd of Â¬ J W GARTER Secg CLOVERPORT MMajor HIGH SCHOOL GEORGETOWN COLLECE 1 Wil4ltVAf sPITADPPTAWN W c w Monday September 9th 1889 fowler to coitiiisMMiNrs Regular Gkneral a ilC0 jfj300 Â¬ gi Â¬ BUSINESS COURSE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mjor W Fowler prin ncvoiiiciist 1 Â¬ Notice For Sale Wanted Â¬ Â¬ Notiue to Creditors j iirowus r I Sick Headache suffer couso in Indigestion nnd a sluggish liver tlio euro for which Is readily found In tlio uso of Aycrs Pills I havo found that for sick hcadnchn caused hy n disordered condition of tlio stomach Aycrs Tills nro tlio most ro Samuel 0 Uradbtirn llahlo riinidy Wortldngtun Mass After tho uso of Aycrs Tills for innny yenrs in my prnctlco nnd family 1 am lustllli d In sajlng that they lire an oxrellotit cnthartio and liver iiitdtrlnc tiiintalnlng nil thn claims luadu for them V T Austin W A YVcstfnll M 1 N V llnlltt ay Co Unmet Toxin Aycrs Tills nro the best tnedlclno known to mo for irgiihitlng thn bowels nnd for all diseases wmsed by n ills ordered Htotmieh nnd liver I sillfered for otcr three tears friim headuvhii In- Â¬ I bad no digestion and constipation nppetllo nnd was weak and nertons most of the time Hy using tbreo Imxes of Aycrs Tills ntid at thn siinie time dieting liivsolf I was eonipletely ellled Thlllji locktvoodTiipeka Kansas I tvus troubled for jears with Indigestion eonitlpiitlon and hemlaehe A few boxes of Ajers Tills used III siiutll dally doses restored nut to e-lieiili 1 V Tlievnre prompt nnd effetlltStrout Meiultllle lu Â¬ from which IS a complaint entirely freoinnnjr Its and low arc L Ayers Pills rniiAitti nr Dr J C Aycr 4V Co Lowell Ma Bold ly all Drumjlala nl IHalira In Mtdlclnc BRECKENRIDGE NEWS EDUCATIONAL Tnrl I COLUMN Maj C W Fowikk KniToit realize in the outset the diflirultv of being able lo 6nd proper words to use in sating what tact really is In the find pi ice tact is rare comparatively few who possess it hy nature ewer who cultivate it It stmiild contrasted very largely with ability Tact is that supremo delicate In sense that sees the fitness of things fact tact is the embodiment of what we may call common sense If I were nsked to say how the teacher may have good order I would instantly say have it Unless we are able to appreiiate good older we will never have it never realize that successful discipline Remem ber tlio story of the boy who when called 1 scrap ol Iaper Niivs to order for whistling slid big mouth just whistled itself A great deal of our work It wus just an ordinary scrap of wrap Â¬ She just whistles itself Tis this silent force ping paper but it saved her life told I hold up to on Tact on tho part of the wus in the lust stages of consumption It is not pullie teacher is the requisite by physician that she wus incurable nnd tent to have ability not sullicieiil to linve culd live only a fhoit time she weighed On u piece ol ccergy not sullicient to have capacity not less than seventy pounds sitlicient to have industry and wisdom wrapping paper she read of Dr Kings Kich is worlli something all worth a New Discovery and g it a Bumplu bjtlle great deal all will secure great results it helped her rho got a large bottle it Hut after all u that in required of you helped her more bought another and grew the mJy thing that will give higlicit and better lust continued its use and is now best icsults under trying circumstances is strong benlltiy rosy plump weighing 1 10 the evideuce of genius That is the For luller particulars send stamp pounds tict Fort Smith element that crowns the whole if our to W 11 Cole Druggist work decides in cases that all other ele Â¬ Trial IJjttles of this wonderful Discovery Ky There may ments nre powerless to reach Freo at O W Shorts Cloverport be n ease when we nto not wiso enough to und J A Witts Hurdinsourg Ky do what we are asked to do Tact kuows Adviro la u Young Mull and does When there is a time that we So you were n litlle too pert and spoke do not meet the requirements of the coso And without thinking did you my sou must think what to do tact comes lo you got picked up right suddenly on your tho front without thinking without know Â¬ Oh well thats ull right ing wliat to do hut tact does slalcinent eh There that happens to older men than jou eveiy comes a time when our energy counts for day I notice that jou have a very posi- Â¬ nothing nil we have done is too little tive wny ot filing a decision when other There tact supplements the dt fidelity men state an opinion nnd you often make is n time when there is no time for reason- Â¬ Tnct makes pro- Â¬ ing tact is ready then a positive assertion where older men Mr J H iriustcid Seuora Ky ujs merely express a belief Hut never mind vision lor unpleasant things before they My children have sometimes had boils nnd You will know less us you nre young happen Teacliers are ever asking what other si mi 8 of blood impurities with loss Dont I moan you will you grow older The to do when certain things happen of appetite etc at which times I hnve Heaven forbid my boy know more best answer is never let them happen found Swifts Specific a most successful No indeed I mean that you will know I lie cautious teacher provides in ad- Â¬ remedy in no instance failing to ellect a An ounce of preventative is lets You will never know more thon you vance speedy and permanent cure If jou live to bo 10000 We must pre- Â¬ do now never worth u pound of cure Swifts Specific is a great blessing to jcarsold jou will never again know so vent disease or else be in the bauds of u I say tact humanity Bnys Mr I K Gordon of 725 much us you know now No hoary headed phtViciuu months or years Nashville Tenn for it sage whose long nnd studious years were disease kills the llrond street looks ahead checks lower in the bud stops the leak in the cured mo of rheumatism of n very bad spent in reading men nnd books evor know dam before it becomes large enough to type with which I hud been troubled so much us a boy of your age A girl of S S S cured me lo knows about as much but then she getB When tact three or four years cause the oveillow of land Does it diliculty urising between two neigh ufter 1 hud exhausted etery thing else over it sooner and more easily sees a Mr Hussell Myrick of the firm Myriek cause a pang then to get rid of early bora it pteveuts it thus saving much blood Tai- Â¬ Ah my boy it dues It wnrnes the child of the falling A Hendersou Fort Smith Ark suys he knowledge shed will Beem like Htoiie nhotu its head of the decayed tree wishes to add his testimony to the thou- Â¬ ling eye teeth and molar under which it plays in other words it sands which have ulready been given us to pleasant recreation alongside of shredding Swilts Specific He says he derived the olfgreut slabs and layers of wisdom and pteveuts anticipates all trouble There is a story told of n teacher who most signal benefit from its use to euro knowledge that now press upon you like Hut how are you to He liud painful boils and sores resulting from im- Â¬ geological strata must hate had great genius get rid of all this superincumbent wis under his cure u number of mischievous pure blond Oh easily enough my boy just The school building stood in a hoys When taken for a few days potash mix- Â¬ dom large lot and he hud noticed for several tures impair the digestion take uwny tho keep on airing it thats tho best wuy d tvs they would go to tho remotest soruer appetite and dry up the gastric juices It wont stand constant use und disinte Â¬ Itur nl thn lot und remain till called in grates rapidly on exposure to nir which should usUt in digesting nnd assim lie determined to fin J nut their most Mating the food Swifts Specific has just detlo in Hrooklyn Ivagle inti resting pursuit lie found that tbey the opposite effect j it improves digestion liiioiky hid been digging n deep pit in which hriugs appetite and builds up the general This is whut you ought to have in fuel they had pi need a pig which was greatly health you muBt have it to fully onj iy life Thou Â¬ emaciated from its long stay in the pit sands upon thousumh of dollars are spent To siivo himself as well as the boys he Col Dennett 11 Young ol Louisville told tin m twould be funny to cover him was burned in elligy in tho court house annually by our people in tho hopu that up bury him alive So with much alac- Â¬ yard in Hurrodsburg lust week by n party they may attain this boon And yet it rity and fun they bfgan to throw in the of young men und boys The causo was may bu had by all Wo giiiirnnteo that dirt upon him uud Mr liggy with just that when Col Young usked the sMJiOOO Ivlectric Hitters if used according to di- Â¬ at much fun and alacrity begun to shake aid for tho Louisville Southern which was rections and the use persisted in will oir the dirt und trample it under his feet extended ha never fulfilled or curried out bring jou CI tod Digestion and oust the demon Dyspepsia and install Instead Ku and in a little while the pig wulktd out on his promises The opening of the nit We recommend Klectrlc Hitters pepy I give this homely illus- Â¬ roud mother eurlh from Lawrenceburg to Lexington tration to show the tact of tho man The has caused two trains to be taken oil that for Dyspepsiu and ull diseases of Liver Stomach and Kidneys Sold at f0c and ordinary teacher would have severely pun Â¬ end of the line 1100 per bottle by O W Short Clover by his tuct be tuughl ished the bojs but port Ky and J A Witt Hurdlnsburg Miikiiiuplluii Surely Cured them u bitter lesson und saved himself implies Tact To tiik Kihtoii Ileoso inform your Ky much unpleasantness great presence of mind The successful readers that I have a positive remedy for If you huvo greut talents Industry will Kucher knows who has been Mil I lug us thn above numej diseuse liy Its timely improve them if moderate ubilitles in- Â¬ use thousands ol hopeless cases have been soon as hu sees his pupils Noth- Â¬ dustry will supply their deficiency Travelers loll us that frequently when permanently cured I shall be glad to send labor ing is denied to well directed two bottles ol my remedy kiikk to any of on the sea every one h thrown into con It All hands your readers who have consumption II they Nothing Is ever to bo obtained without crying fusion by Iho captains Sir J Reynolds Kvery will send me their express and post ollice to tho yards I Kurl the sail I Respectfully thing lo hem seems clear After awhile ud dress The only Certain Curo for Corns and T A SLOCUM M C 181 Pearl st New Ilunions Is C C C Certain Corn Cure there is noticed a small speck In Hie iky school rooms York a storm is approaching All Co manufactured by J C Mendenhall litvu tbcsu norma If the teacher Is pot Fvansvllle Iud Price 2b cents at drug Â¬ Tho 0 A It Is out for the sltiir It is Bssed of enough act ho will prevent these gists or by mail Wo must Imvo a tendency to held together for a rufd on the Treasury storms not satisfied with the 103000000 absorb Â¬ avoid tho direct need of special discipline There were 1002 hogsheads of tubacco Â¬ o authority directed by us That man ed by the pensioners last year it la de weighing a million pounds and worth over Tho organization owns If the manding more governs best who governs least 1100000 sold at auction in Liulsvillo one tho republican party the Republican general discipline lias been properly man day last week the largest sale ever inudo njd the minor points lake care of tien party owns the administration and Con in the world In one day Hut lives the best laid schemes of gress which carries with it the ownership When we of the treasury and the country Louis mice and men gung oft egley it Jones Jonesboro Ark Robertson villo Times hsve seemed diligent and think everything 0 C C Ccrlnlu Chill Curo glrei write mint go right something goes wrong be Pleasant to take If you want the best fruit jirs on the universal sattafrctlon foro the thought is hardly formed Many No cure no pay Hold hy I V Short D llabbage inaikot call on things come tip tu disturb our peace The Â¬ home lift- - business and social Intercourse of pupils In fnct I believe llirsn special d flieuhies originate out of school Irreg Â¬ ularity is one of the moit damaging things to our progres In most districts there mobiMrs making are foddir pulling sheep sheering harvest time cider mak- Â¬ ing cic that thn children must engngp In Homo one gets nn acute cramp In tho Utile toe n the left foot and Johnnie mutt go fir the dicfor We must bring up some- Â¬ thing itilerrstlng In order to secure nt It requires tact to do thl teuilancn Here Is something that I may write Inrgn and emphatic vr That in every childs tiniure there Is a margin of good upon which to build clnracter nnd that thetn lurks In every childs nature a tend Â¬ Let us keep ency toward bad rmidiict I would not this before us all thn limn bo loo suspicious nor would I liavo you be the dupe of their double dealing sly tnls- Iupils may be bad nt linns un Â¬ cbiel principled unclenn rude uncouth idle vicious but in the main it may bo said that ovory pupil is sutciptiblo of that jus- Â¬ tice and generoiisuess which llowfl from a broad liberal soul nnd limy bo irillueneed toward the good rather than toward the It may be possible they have lost bad appreciation of whatever is manly digni- Â¬ Now fied commendablo in tho teacher we reach the very center enro of our work Tho most desirable thing Is tho power to govern well This enables the teacher to keep his position and command the great 1 ho ubility to trutisturm the est respect work of dreariness to one of pleasure is needed most This tact will do 1 say first let them know that tou are kind second that jou ure just to yourself just to your pupils and just to jour principles third and least nf all you may think it strange ree thnt jou muke the impression Use every that you ure a wise man means in your intercourse with them to let them see this You will notice the older in which I give these requisites You wonder kindness justice wisdom why wisdom is third while infinitely more important than the others Tis becnuse it is UMiully put first that I put it last The others must be considered Teachers without tact work lo disadTheir daily work is a burden lo vantage The suc- Â¬ them every thought dillicolt cessful teacher governs without knowing it wonders thut the children arc not worse thun they nre The teacher without tact seems to have hold of the wrong end of tho string tangles the more nil the time I know it is difficult to make myself under- Â¬ stood The man who possesses tuct knows nothing about it knows not where or how he got it knows not ho possesses it till called upon to use it I believe tict to be genius thoroughly organized and working under definite laws To he wpecific ns lo the application nl tnct it is nowhere per haps used to better ndviiutage than to avoid friction in our work They tell us that tho Texas cow boy guides his horse without btidle and the GuuiU use neither So it seems best that bridle nor saddle tve should govern without knowing it nt all More pupils fail because of not knowing how to study Chancellor Kent one We must of the greatest of lawyers said know how to find wbnt we want to know We must ourselves know haw to study Xoxt to this is to know how to tell others The one who traces the bee to study cannot tell another how to find the tree Tho best teaching is not to tell how but to leud to see To do this requires tact nothing short of it Li iii t F CooiKii Â¬ In iUemorlHin Ilcltlo Knglish Lacy wile of Mr Frank Lacy of llopklnavllk Ky tiled at the resilience nl her pnrtnts Mr nnd Mrf Harvey Hnglish near Htepliens ort Ky on Thursday August Kih at f oclock p It In nn lnexpreslbty sad task lo re- Â¬ m cord the death of audi n woman as Mrs Lucy Stricken down In tho very bloom of youth with tho ptoipect of a long and happy llfo spread out before her It Is hut natural that we feel thnt her taking away While we do not apDrove was premature vain ttilogy lolnr we do no feel that of KHAnueh pralso c nld ho given Mlin had been tuughl early piety nnd profited by the good teachings of her She made a profusion of relig Â¬ parents ion nt an early age and united with the Ky of Ilaplist church nl Stephenport was always o falthlul member which she ShenlwajH had n cheerful smile nnd n poor good word lor everjbody and to tho and needy he was ever realty to give me helping hand She was much above the overnge in intelligence and nlwajs Ignored the vanities and Irlvolities that so often overtake youth in this life Sho was pos sessed of unbounded enery and indusry nnd though reared In easy circumstances she chose to make herselt useful and to try to let her fglt ao shine that others might see her good works and profit by She wuh a strong oeuever in iuc them cllicacy of prayer and amid all her trial and BUirering her laith in lids meicy was limiting nnd when usked by her grid well strickeu mo her if alio felt that all was O id is very with her she replied and whut I lack be will do for inn llettie is deud I but she has lelt behind who her aVrandly glorious exiuiplu to all are wise enough lo heed it She leaves a heart broken htiabanl father mother brothers and sisters who can but grieve although they are fullj confident that lleir hiss is her eternal She also leaves a darling little baby gain girl four months old who will never know Many jm how sweet is a mothers love pathing Inends mourn fur her yet not To her dear ns those who have no hope ones we would say grieve not for hev but u little while nnd you will see hi r Let us lie patient I These severe HlUlrtlon Hut fruiu the ground arise And oftentimes celestial benedictions Assume this dark disguise It- Stepheusport Ky Aug 11th 80 Mr Go STRAY BITS Oscar Bwlney wbllo plowing near Atlanta unearthed about ssvculy flvo liumnii skulls No ono has boon nblo to ncvount for them Tho Into Aaron White of Connecticut got together ftvo tons of pennies during bis llfo time and probably died happy In the thought A DufTalo bachelor has a memorandum book In which ho kecpu tho nnmo of every girl ho has over kissed Ito had Vl names on tho Hat tho lost tlmo ho counted up A Nuremberg manufacturer has Invented pencils In blue black nnd brown for writing on tho human skin Tliey nro for uso In anatomical and clinical demonstration America publishes muro now simpers than Ijist nil tho rest of tho world combined jear Its 17107 crlodlculs printed the enor mous number of Jttl0M06O0 enough to sup ply every soul on earth with twotionipnicrs Ono Mnlno mnn who soaked n lot of corn in Tnrls green ns n breakfast for tho crows only to havo It eaten by a neighbors high priced bens Is not bnppy neither Is tho neighbor neither aro tho hens In franco It has been shown that frozen milk can bo transported with tho greatest caso ami after being kept for days and weeks and then simply thnwed nut It retains all the characteristics of fresh milk A wealthy citizen of Amcrlcus Oo received a letter from his daughter who Is at tending a col logo for women stating that sho had gouo to Now York with a chap Tho father sulTorcd great mental oxcltcmcnt until bo learned thnt chap was Intended as nn abbreviation for chaperon An Oxford county Mo farmer gives tho following rcclio for making tho purest innplo syrup im honest man over put between his llpsi Maplo syrup ten gallons corn meal four quarts molasses sugar Alteon pounds Mix and boll to tho required thickness It is announced that Queen Victoria In Â¬ tends to havo tho electric light substituted for gas and caudles nt Windsor cattle nnd nt tho tamo tlmo icws comes tbatnn electric light plant Is to bo put In tho palaca of tho emperor of China nt Tckln Mrs Merey Chnsc of North Woodstock Me ngrsl bS Jcnrs tins cpun nluo pounds of rolls nuil doubled and tw istcd tho snino has knltsoven pairs of double mittens eight pairs of stockings Is now drawing in n largo rug nnd has patched two quilts since tlio wool was t urded In tho Mitiimrr of 1SSS A team of four cows nppenred In Bellevuo Idaho not long ngo having been driven from Nebraska n distance of 1000 miles Thoyhad acted ns motive power for n prnlrlo schooner and bad nlso furuMied mill nod butter for tho farmer nnd his family en routo They ttero In good condition with tho exception of their feet w bleb needed tboes badlj A favorite schema of Iximlon fnklrs Is to catch ono of tho miserable llttlo Knglish sparrows so common there paint it up in bright tropical hues nnd hawk It on tho street for X2 btci ling npicco ns a rare foreign curiosity A Hebrew was recently admitted to an niidlenco w itb tho king of Hungary Tho occurrence seems to huvo been nn unusual ono and nttrncted much retention Tho press found it necessary to tako tho matter up nnd glvo extended descriptions of tho actions nnd words of nil concerned Tho great Bacon according to tho latest lights besides being wiso enough to writo Shnkcsnenros pluys was mean enough to write- Mnrlowou dramas Convincing proofs that bo wns tbo author of nil tho litcrattiro of bis tlmo will bo published onontn tlmo It Is unreasonublo of you to expect them nil at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 8WEET8 Candy TO THE SWEET j vuiraiuiJuanjuLMrMArMMjiKMXKBBKKjurMMjuauautMttfJunh ll ouce It is related tbnt at a recent meeting in Vermont of a pension examining board twin brothers from Castlcton presented themselves Tho claims tvero original for examination and for tbo samo disability tbo brothers wcro tho same height and weight and troro enlisted in the samo company and regiment Tills was tho first Intanco of tho kind in tho history of tho board Annio Flaherty whoso namo bctruj s her French origin has been for twonty flvo years in tho service of Louis Kloss of San Francisco jiresldent of tho Alaska Seal company Miss Flaherty is a cook and Mr Sloss cele- Â¬ brated tbo twenty fifth anniversary of her entrance into his employ by a very swell banquet nt which sho was guest of honor She received many beautiful and costly presents from members of tbo family both present and absent If tbo Is as good a cook as tbo 8 losses say sho Is Uio deserves all this attention nnd mora All honor to her nnd others llkohcrl A sure thing on rats has been discovered at tbo Smithsonian Institution at Washington wblch was overrun by tbo vermin In a storo room drawer w ere placed a quantity of sunflower seeds used ns food for somo of tbo birds Iuto this drawer tbo rats gnawed their way a fact which led tho custodian to experiment with thorn for bait In tbo trap Tbo result was that tho rats cannot bo kept out A trap which appears crowded with six or eight rats Is found somo mornings to hold fifteen Thoy nro turned Into tho cages containing weasels and minks Tho latter will kill a rat absolutely almost lieforo ono can soo it so rapid aro Its movements Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the American llrl flkes Hint til Amount Him onaiiiiies Candy Is tho great American delicacy No ten or dinner Is qutto mmplnto luncheon withoutfiuiu confection or candied fruit nnd rty nro even breakfasts when given lo a supplemented by dainty bullions tin color of tho llowers and favors So general has tbo bnblt bocoino of devour ing tniidynt tho theatre or opera tbnt tho designing Jewelers skill Is brought to bent- tlio daintiest gold and silver receptacles In which to carry It Dentists havo repudiated to a certain extent tho Idea that sweets nro hurtful to tha teeth and physicians huvo announced that puro sweets are wholcKomo and often needful to tho system Mnnufno ttircrs havo elevated their Industry Into nn art nnd enter to tbo delicate fastidious tusto of tho eplc uro In candles and If n stutuo should Ikj erected of tho typical American girl tho graceful charming proud facts I American lienuty llistend of tlio dlstairot our grandmothers thcro would Iw carried in her hand a Isix of honliousor chocolate If a girl or woman goes shopping sho Is almost suro to Include among her purchases n box of caramels and though sho tt ill order every thing else sent to her residence oven though it bo no more burdensome than u sixkjI of silk or a package of hairpins sho will carry tho caramels In her own hands A really swell girl would ns soon think of going to tho play without her gloves as without her bonbon nlere nnd tho reully elegant Joung man knows that il is tho correct mid proier cncr to tako Ids charmer candy Instead of Mowers for the theatre Jlnnj ixm soih buy candy for Sunday on Saturday night ns regularly as they market for their Sunday dinner and ladies tako candy to their children in much tho samo spirit its men tako their llttlo bojs to tho circus A box of candy is ono of tho most delight- Â¬ ful of gifts It means much or nothing its you will It cannot bo accepted ns slgulllcnnt of undying direction nnd is not so sentiment al a souvenir as lloweiv jut It delights tho beat t of tho sweet girl ovcry tlmo Ono spe cial advantagu Is that It is suro to bo devoured and cannot Iki saved to show to tho other fellow after sho Is married Thero nro fashion In candles ti in lioimcts and tho flrst thing n girl does after sho re ceives a supply from nn admirer Is to gaugo hlsnlTectlou by tho nnmo of tbo mamifaetu icr of her sweets and a box of buttercups from tbo fashionable plico Is dearer to her than tbo richest bonbons nnd nougat oroten candled violets or crystallled roso leaves from n store on the wrong avenue Fashions change too In tho kinds of candy eaten of which tho gradual dcelino In tlio consump tion of caramels is an Instance A few yeais ugo n gli I carried boxes of caramels to school mid on tho cars to church and to bed if sho wero going to Ho awnko and talk with her best friend nwliilo befoio sho went to sleep Now j ou rarely hoar an order for n box of carnmels and tills is not liecauso caramels aro not being mado ns toothsome but liecauso to tho palato of tho girl consumer thoy linvo lost their wivor In England peoplourojust flndlng out how delicious thoy nre ntid Jlr Jluney is making hi ono of his many factories In London NX pounds of them a day and keeps scores of children constantly employed hi wrapping them up in tlio llttlo squares of paper In which they nro sold Caramels nro said to bo strictly an American specialty nnd their popularity in England Is largely duo to tho ubiquitous nutomatla box through tthoM ngency i000 graa packages of cara mels w ero sold last Jear Tho kind of confectionery that has tho larg- Â¬ est snlo at prencut In America is chocolate in Its various forms for iu addition to its being so general a favorlto with ladies it is made with little or no sugar nnd forms n harmless and wholesome candy for children Bonbons rank next in lopularltj judging from their lumienso sale and then tho Alio caudles that can bo carried In bonbonnleres with nougat and buttercups havo largest sates Candled flowers aro beautiful to look nt nnd restitutio to consuiuo but thcyuru very expensive uud not reully enjoyed by many Â¬ 111 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What is Cnstorla Is Dr SnjrnTrito1ior jolil liarmloss nnd qnlolt enro fbr Iiifhntsnnif Chlldrousj Complaints Snporlor tcT Cnntor 111 1ftrcBorlo or Narcotic Syrups Chllilronory fniTCjtiorTnir Mil- Â¬ lions of Mothers bios Onutorlrt Cnstorla cures Colic Coimtlnallon I recommend Caatnrla for childrens Hour Htonutrli Dlnrrhien lnictntlon 5 roinplniius an superior toanypreacripUou llres healthy sleep t nlao aids illgiwtlon 1 known to me It A Arciikii M Without nnreollo slujefuellon Jit So Oxford EL Hrooklyn NV Coupakv 77 Murray St New York Tint CuNTAtn castoria 0UE11MCKER GILM0IIE CO vimmiwuimmmmmmmmmammiitmmmammMBmmmBmmsm Wholesale Grocers f 31 ric 321 T77 ZMZ LOUISVILLE SPECIAL ATTENTION ain St KY GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS FULTOM ME BREWERY ZE vansrIlle XnrLd Brewers and Bottlers of Co K Messrs Gregory CORPORATION NOTICE Notlco l Agents Cloverport Ky ami H Ingllsllco C WSnttciiield Jiitnes lotry and C M llul litt hnto iiiiaiiclatcil tlierinckoi ns a budy corpornlo nnd pnlltleundcr the corponito nnmo if 1AMTIlKIt CKIIKK HAS nnd AlIXKItAh COMPANV if llrcckcnrlJjji County Ky with lt principal place of builnesa MClovcrpurt llrcckcnridiio County Kentucky Iho general nuturo nf tho liuslncaa of atiid company ihiill bolonangiiDilpurcliiiilngbind the holing Hint sinking of uells for oils iii mineral waters suit water piarring atone cluy riiLd ami other tubatuncuj to run plpo for conducting samo luriilslilii joimu to in dividual ptlvuto nnd puhliu cjrpornliiua municipal corporntiuns erecting and operating mills nnd manufactories Lujiug and aelllng mineriil himla nnd right transporting and selling urea mineral gnt oil amid coal atone nnd other valuable aubrtunccs and oper ating and mlniog therefore to the capital atoek of aid company is tlio aunt of one million l00illl dollars Â¬ Â¬ hereby given thnt Atcxand T Huntley It it Pierce JmcphKrlcl iFUGE i iES TO N I C HUKJ SURE CURE FOR CI11II5 ISenil tills fo M Fever 111 FOR 30 YEARSA SUCCESS tutfrihttct M M cm ony hen TKV IT ror YourMll timiiy icittik than uiiimm Mr Kostcrsoii or soy snjs Tunlo Is tho consider it better than quinine Utirn ft thrt lean certify tst I Co Ark to the fact that Hughes chill tonic f ever tried I CIlttlNVItKOMtlOtSllS Mr II W McDonnld Laurel lllllMlts Your Hughes Tonic for chill and write fever has nevir failed yet and I havo sold It to a niimbor of chrunlo cuscs It cures them ovory tlmo Ask For Hughes1 Tonic and people About ten or twelve j ears agon llttlo candy storo wns ojicucd on a west side avenue where ono man and n boy mado tho candy In tho back of tho storo that was sold over tho counter in tlio other cud of tho establishment Ono of tbo propiletoisjconcolved tho Idea of pulling candy In tho window according to a practlco that U very opulnr now but had not then boon established Tho man who mado tho candy refused to work in tlio window accordingly tbo iuventlvu proprietor Mr Huylcr took off bis coat uud did it him- Â¬ self for a month Now tho samo linn with tbo addition of ono more stockholder bnvo fifteen stores in dilTercut cities and summer resorts employ between 400 nnd SO0 men and women In tho manufacture ouly of tbo candj they sell and mako from 600 to 1000 tons of candy n jcar Now York Sun Â¬ Tho tlmo of commencement of mild corpora Â¬ tion tho ltlth day uf April 1S8J anil tho tcr mlnntlon -- 5 yours thereafter Tho ntlairs uf anbl corporation nro to he con- Â¬ ducted hy a president secretary treasurer and a board of director not leas than live in num- Â¬ ber nor inoro thuu nine who nro tu be cleited tike No Other PIHCE 100 PER BOTTLE II annually thereafter Tbo highcat amount of Indebtedneaa or lit bility to which tho company at any tlmo stinll subject Itself it the aum ol live thousand 5111 dollars nnd tho private property of tlio stock Â¬ holders la to ho exempt from corporate debts Thl the Cllli day of August 1881 Joseph 1riul James 11 1llKlAUKIl V R A ROBINSON LOUISVILLE KY CO Pur Side by Druggists FOR 8LAK liV lctry II 1icree RICHARD lieu U Itcntljr M A U ilullitt Inglls W tatletfiold and J A Cloverport WITT Harcllnsburg OWEN St Louis Ky Ky Co Louisville Texas Danger tn the rostasu Stump Tbo Sanitary News calls attention to tbo fact that a postage stamp may In various waj s convey contagion Ono of tho simplest and most pluuslblo Is that In which a jiostago stamp partially attached to a letter to pay return postngo Is sent by a iici son Infected with somo dlscaso to another person Tho dlscAso U transferred In tbo first place to tho rtdbcslvo stamp through tbo saliva and In being nttached to tho letter by tbo receiver tbo iolson may bo transmittal to him In turn through tho saliva Another cnuso mnj bo tho infection of tho stamp with dlscoso germs Tho stump having been exposed In a room where n diseased person lies maj bo coma slightly moistened and thus retain tho germ That this Is truo can bo proved very simply by n microscopical examination Wo often seo n person holding change for a mo ment in tho mouth probably not knowing that Investigation has shown thut dlscaso germs can bo curried by money If ono could seo through what hands tho money has passed thoy would hesitate lieforo using such a third linnd Silver money Is ns bad as paper money but wbllo many would hesitate to hold a dirty bunk noto In their mouth thoy think tbnt a sliver piece because bright is apparently clean Â¬ traveling with her husband from Litcrpool to London about IbOO bo liougbt somo light lit- Â¬ erature for her to read on tho train Ouo ot tho serials sho perused with very close at- Â¬ tention and dually handed it over to Sir Hall with tlio roumik Head that It is a Sho was struck with capital lilsh story surprlso when told that it was her own On another occasion after reading tbo beginning of tbo Whltehoy which Is mentioned ns tho only tolerable novel sho over tt roto sho was quite puzzled to think how tho author would get tho hero out of tho complication As it was a feat of hem to writo a long Irish sketch between duwu und dusk of a summer day such lapses of memory are not to ba wondered at and tho obscurity Into which g her books havo fallen Is equally Ilulletlii comprchcii-slblft-TitUbur- A Caau of 1oor Memory Odd stories uliout tho eccentricities of tho lato Mrs 8 C llnlls lncllorJ nro now being told Olio diverting anccdoto relates that iJ 12 ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Know nil men thnt I M Cglorby IM It Oglosby I II Allen W I Smart and Knto L Oglosby bnvo this day associated them sclve together as a body politic and corporate tho corporate nnmo of Flnlay Una and under Oil Company nnd with the following corpo Â¬ nito powirs and privileges to wlt Said company shall have perpetual succes- Â¬ sion may tuouud bo sued by its corporate mime shall hat 0 n common seal and may alter tho sumo at pleasure may mako contracts no pilro and transfer properly real and personal possessing tlio same powers in such respects nt jirlvnts Individuals now enjoy may cstnbllsli by laws nnd make ull rules nnd regulations deemed expedient for tho management uf their ulfalrs not inconsistent with tho con- Â¬ stitution or laws ol this Slate or of tbo United 3ST08 TIME SCHEDULE In It At 600 oclck A Mmi iYniniif TVmin I l n ir Iltfoct SSG9 Kt Sunday Hay lloitmi Tin tut nxriiKss STATIONS kxi iiiks 715am bvUnlonIcpotLouisvcAr 120pm H0U Kentucky Street 105 Vims mil M1 Ull JINII 1lonsuro ltblgo Park Valley Meadow Lawn 8 15 V V U U V U llouso It 32 2- HlvcrViow West 1oint Hock Haven 1225 A UdclllelJ school of Yalo is likely to piovldoa valuablo addition to tbo tools of sclcuthla research Tro tcesor Hastings has been experimenting for somo tlmo combining glasses so that tho Chromatis nberratlon should bo corrected and has finally succeeded In reducing It about ono third This will make every tclescopd from 10 to SO per cent moi a im wcrful and probably tho principle will bo adopted In observatories ficuerally It Is tho ordycaso wliero chro matio abet ration has been corrected with two leruefl and it makes tho error so small that the best eyo cannot dotoct It Niw collego 8 Hastings of tho Iniprotliig tbo Tvlrscopo discovery recently mado by Irofosor C toihohoof carnivorous nulinnls tho inoro violent are tlio nuliiial instincts in n iKiron tvlillo tlio inoro human teeth in bhupo ami position approach to thoso of tho graminivorous animals tlio moro placid is tho character White medium sized nnd evenly set teeth which aro been ns boon ns tho mouth is open but which mo entirely exposed thnt is which do not at any tlmo show tho gums avo a sign of pood and honest natures Projecting teeth show rapacity small retreating teeth which nro rarely seen except iu laughing show weakness and wont of phyblcal and moral courage Tho lower teeth projecting and closing over tho upper range aro Indicatlvo of a harsh nature Muncnestcr Guardian Character by tlio Teeth Tho slinpontul placing of tlio teeth nro not without blgulllcunco In tho character given by tlio mouth When tho itpticr gum fellows nl ovo tho teeth directly tlio litis nro opened It Is n tlgn of n cold und plileginntto nature Short email teeth nro held by tho pliybiogiioiulats todenoto weakness ntul short life tvlillo rntlier long tooth if evenly cot In tho head ilo notu long llfo Tho inoro the teeth In point bke Bhutto and arrangement York Telegram strrlght A now stylo of sword Just Introduced Into tlio German army for tho uso of ofllcors Is Â¬ 1 Mr Ilmkln has a llttlo frlond tho daugh ter of a London family who lias bestowed upon tho sago the speaking title of St Crumpet If tho facoseoms constantly dry rub It with a trlflo of olive oil ovory night for a tlmo If too oily put a little borax In tho water used for bathing In tho Dutch portion of Borneo tho natives used to adorn their huts with human beads and they were not particular whoso hood It was Over 2000 of them had to bo killed In order to put a stop to this practice which Is now- obsolete - Illilnt Know Ills Own Itrotlicr JL RtWVND THE CHEAPEST Yestculay morning J II Gulllfortl of tho Elephant Feed ynrd was bent for port liasto with the messngo that thcro was a man at tho ynrd thut wanted to sell him 6omo hay Thats tho man Im looking for eald John Ht If thero is any man on top of tho earth whom I would llko to sco it is a mnn with liny to sell Ho found the btrunger nnd htruck annually thereafter a bargain Tlio man with hay to nell 110 Tho Indebtedness of the corporation shall at lime exceed two thousand dollars wanted I0 to hind tho burgnfn This Any member may withdraw from2000 corpora the was refused hut n compromise was tion at liny time by depositing the Hook cflectcd and i was paid on account skull own with the treasurer ol the oompanyho Tho man was about to walk off telling taking his receipt therefor and tlio value of Mr Gulllfortl that ho could tvhUtlo for said stuck shall be determined by tho directors his hay Then tho hoys laughed as boys of tha company snd said oompany shull re will and John thought he was sold nnd celvo said nock und pay fur the sinus ut such felt like ho had let a bird go Then a valuation good look ut tho stranger revealed tlio Witness our bonds this 20th day of July Tho picnic senson Is nt hand Heineni- fact that ho was a brother who hud como 1B8Q ber ibe Nuws ofllcn when you want bills David M Oglciby over from Prinovlllo on a visit They prinled Hdward II Oglosby had not seen each other for fourteen W I Smart years Mr uulliford or Cook will re Â¬ i II Allen main n futv days hut will not sell any Kitto b Oglosby AdvertUo Iu tbo DnECXKKRiuoc Nkwb hay PentllctQn pro Tribune Â¬ The nature of tho business of eald company bo to boo nnd opera to for oils gases and mineral waters to run pipes lor conducting samo furniidilng snmo to Individuals private public und municipal corporation erecting and opernting mills and manufactories but lug and selling ores minerals gnrrs mlmrnt waters nnd oils ami manufacturing tho snmo nnd trunspoi ling lo market nnd aelllng their pro- Â¬ ducts The capital rtnek of mid company shall bo livo Hundred Thousand Dollars tu ho divid Â¬ ed into live thousand shares of ono hundred dollars each 1 he tin res und Interests nf tho stockholders shall ho transferable but only on the books ot tho company In such manner ns shall bo pro Â¬ scribed by tbo by laws of said company Tho prlvato property of tho stockholders shall bo exempt trim liability fur corporation debts Tho prlneiwal place of trans ictlng tho business of said company shall bo Cloverport llreckcn rhlgo County Kentucky Tho capital stuck shall be non arscsiabloand thero shall be set asslde there f not less than two thousand dvo hundred 2500 abates ni n working or dotolnptng capital which may bo sold or utcd for tho purpose of arijulrlng prop Â¬ erty and defraying nil cxcnata In developing nnd operating tho proporty of the company and tho transaction of tbo business of the company The corporation shall commence on tho data of the lodging of theso articles fur record iu tho proper otllce and shall enduio for the period of twcnty llvo 2D years and shall toi mlnato nl tho expiration uf said term Tho ulfalrs ui llm company shall bo conduc Â¬ ed hy u prcsldont vice president secretary nnd treat urer mid not less thun three nor moro than Ave diiectors the directors tu bo elected by the stockholders and tbe ptoldent vice seeretury mid tieasurer by tho president dlicctors and shull be elected annually tho first election to bo held st the meeting fur or gsnintlun after Ihcso articles nro recorded and Stales shall bong branch Vtcldun Kkron 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